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Weekend Movies

popcornWhat’s playing at the local movie theatre this weekend? Saturday is suppose to be a beautiful, warm day so you might want to be outside. However, the Sunday forecast has dropping temperatures and rain – a perfect day for the movies!

First, the widely popular “LEGO” Movie is still playing in Digital Cinema and in 3D. My boys both give it a thumbs up! Its rated PG and is 94 minutes long.

Next  is the Air Marshall movie starring Liam Neeson, “Non-Stop.”  This is an action movie about a flight bound for London, where the onboard Air Marshall is receiving text messages during the flight that if  $150 million is not transferred to an off-shore account, a passenger will die every 20 minutes.  It is rated PG-13 for IntenseViolence/Action, Drug References, Sensuality and Some Language. It runs 107 minutes.

Also playing is a movie I’m most interested in seeing called “Son of God.”  This is a large scale, epic telling of the New Testament and the life of Jesus Christ.  The first movie to do so since “The Passion of the Christ” was released ten years ago. Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado portrays Jesus as the film spans from the birth through his teachings, the Crucifixion and the Resurrection.  Son of God is rated PG-13 for intense and bloody scenes of the Crucifixion and for violence. It is 138 minutes.

Another PG-13 movie is “3 Days to Kill.”  Running 117 minutes and starring Kevin Costner, this action life tells the story of spy Ethan Renner (Costner) who decides to give up his life of espionage and try to repair his relationship with his estranged wife and daughter. But of course its not that easy.  Rated PG-13 for Language, Violence, Intense Action and Sensuality.

A historical, epic movie is “Pompeii.”  This movie tells the story of the legendary eruption of Mount Vesuvius that rains lava and ash down on the city of Pompeii in 79 A.D. completely burying the city.  It is rated PG-13 for Disaster-Related Action, Brief Sexual Content and Intense Battle Sequences. 105 minutes.

The last movie showing this weekend here in Paris is “Robo-Cop.” No surprise here. Critically injured cop is  transformed into a cyborg by evil, corporation.  Inside the robot is the heart of a man. Rated PG-13 for Frenetic Gun Violence, Brief Strong Language, Intense Sequence of Action, Sensuality and Some Drug Material. 117 minutes.

See you at the movies!  For movie times, visist cinemark.com.

From One Mom to Another,

Jenny Wilson

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