Wide Release – All opening Thursday, February 14
Definitely, Maybe – Starring Ryan Reynolds, Abigail Breslin, An Nguyen, Elizabeth Banks, Sakina Jaffrey, Dana Eskelson, and more. It isn’t always easy getting kids to understand what goes on in the world of the grown-ups. Will Hayes is a political consultant that can talk to anyone, but has trouble trying to explain his impending divorce and past relationships to his eleven year old daughter.
Jumper – Starring Hayden Christensen, Jamie Bell, Diane Lane, Samuel L. Jackson, and Rachel Bilson. A young man soon finds out that he has the magical ability to teleport anywhere he wants to be. Some research proves that he isn’t the only one with this gift, and that for centuries a war has waged over those with it (jumpers) and those aiming to kill them.
The Spiderwick Chronicles – Starring Freddie Highmore, Sarah Bolger, Nick Nolte, Mary-Louise Parker, and more. Twins Jared and Simon Grace along with their sister Maollory, have just moved with their mother into the very rundown Spiderwick Estate, but find out it is a lot more then they ever expected. Their home is much more then just a house with a roof and walls, but a place where they end up in an alternate fantasy world full of mystical creatures and fairies.
Step Up 2 The Streets – Starring Briana Evigan, Robert Hoffman, and more. When you know how to dance, all the things that could possibly separate you are thrown out the window. Two dance students at the Maryland School Of Arts see sparks fly between them even though they are from two totally different backgrounds.
George A. Romero’s Diary Of The Dead – Starring Chris Cordell, Nick Alachiotis, Matt Birman, George Buza, Laura Decarteret, and many more. A group of film students are in the middle of trying to make their own horror film when they run into a little snag in production…real-life zombies. The master of the zombies George A. Romero delivers yet another exciting and flesh-eating chapter in his long line of zombie chillers.
The Year My Parents Went On Vacation – A boy is left alone in a Jewish neighborhood in the year of 1970, where both world cup and dictatorship happen in Brazil.
U2 3D is expanding.