New Releases

Shoot 'Em Up

Mr. Smith (Clive Owen) steps right into a dangerous situation to keep a baby out of the clutches of the ruthless Mr. Hertz (Paul Giamatti). Enlisting the help of an old friend (Monica Belluci), Mr. Smith unloads a lot of bullets at Mr. Hertz's henchmen in his noble quest.
Shoot 'Em Up
No Country for Old Men

Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) stumbles across a pickup truck surrounded by several corpses and filled with heroin and two million dollars in cash, which he promptly takes off with. However, attempting to retrieve the stolen booty are the proper owners of the drugs and money, who are none too pleased, including a psychotic killer (Javier Bardem) who judges people's lives with the flip of a coin.
No Country for Old Men
Resident Evil: Extinction

In this third and final entry of the horror franchise, Alice (Milla Jovovich) is still on the run from the diabolical Umbrella Corporation, which has turned her into a superhuman fighting machine. Hiding in the Nevada desert, Alice teams up with a bunch of outcasts to once and for all get rid of the nasty virus that's turning the entire population into zombies.
Resident Evil: Extinction
Alvin and the Chipmunks

The classic cartoon brothers — Alvin, Simon and Theodore — get the CGI-animated treatment and create havoc for their "dad" David Seville (Jason Lee).
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Charlie Wilson's War

Based on a true story (and a book by George Crile), Charlie Wilson (Tom Hanks) was a very real congressman from Texas who engineered the arming of the mujahideen in Afghanistan who were waging a long war with the Soviets during the 1980s. Assisting Wilson was a CIA operative (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who operated outside the agency, and while they believed they were doing the right thing, they ended up arming the men who would one day house Osama bin Laden.
Charlie Wilson's War
Exiled

In 1998, the Portuguese colony of Macau is on the verge of reverting back to Chinese rule. In this uncertain environment, two Hong Kong hit men are sent to kill a man who has left a vicious crime family so that he can raise his family in peace. But the assassins' job is put into jeopardy when two more killers show up on the scene to take them out before they can fulfill their mission.
Exiled
December Boys

Maps (Daniel Radcliffe) is a lonely orphan boy who may be too old to be adopted. He gets a break from his dreary life in a Catholic convent in the remote Australian outback when he's sent on vacation at the shore with three of his best friends. While Maps falls in love with a pretty girl (Teresa Palmer), the other boys vie to look the most adoptable by a nice childless couple. Based on the novel by Michael Noonan.
December Boys
Mr. Woodcock

Self-help author John Farley (Seann William Scott) returns to his hometown and is horrified to learn that his mother (Susan Sarandon) has fallen in love with his old gym teacher, Mr. Woodcock (Billy Bob Thornton), a man who used to put John through hell on a regular basis. Determined to stop his mom from marrying the man, John unleashes a devious plan to get revenge on Woodcock and his old classmates.
Mr. Woodcock
Revolver

Jake Green (Jason Statham) is a con man who has just finished serving a seven-year prison sentence. Back on the streets, Jake's first order of business is to punish Dorothy Macha (Ray Liotta), a ruthless gangster, for putting him behind bars in the first place. After publicly humiliating Macha, the mobster sends his hit men to get rid of Jake once and for all. But Jake has a pair of guardian angels (Vincent Pastore, Andre Benjamin) looking after him who save his life and who are planning the ultimate takedown of Macha, a job with which they need Jake's help.
Revolver
Joshua

Brad and Abby Cairn (Sam Rockwell, Vera Farmiga) are an upscale married couple living what they think is the good life in their Manhattan home with their "perfect" son, Joshua (Jacob Kogan). However, when Abby gives birth to a daughter, Joshua's evil tendencies start to become apparent.
Joshua