If you’re looking for Labor Day weekend plans, catch a flick at the theaters!
The Film Yap’s Christopher Lloyd reviews this week’s new crop of local releases: “John Cho plays a dad striving to find his missing teen daughter in this mystery-thriller that is depicted entirely via compute and mobile screens. A bit slow in the middle, but surprisingly engaging.””Oscar Isaac plays a Nazi hunter pursuing the mastermind of the Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann (Ben Kingsley) in this historical thriller.””In this gritty sci-fi thriller, an ex-con and his kid brother are chased by extraterrestrial soldiers and the government after they come in possession of a powerful weapon.””Domhnall Gleeson plays a British doctor who befriends the cursed family living in a decaying mansion in the village where he grew up. A very different kind of ghost story.””In a quaint seaside English village, Emily Mortimer plays a widow determined to set up a bookshop, with the help of a lonely widower and the opposition of the local wealthy matriarch.””A long-dormant rock star (Ethan Hawke) resurfaces after 25 years just as a British woman (Rose Byrne) is struggling in her relationship with a man who runs a website dedicated to his legend. An oddball and bittersweet love tale.””Jessie Buckley is a revelation as a woman repressed by her family who breaks out through romance with a local undesirable. Evocative and disturbing.” Buy It.
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