Chronicle Director Josh Trank lends a uninformed eye to this turn upon a teens-with-superpowers tract as 3 tall schoolers (the renouned tyro physique boss hopeful, a renouned lovable intelligent guy, as good as his nerdy as good as picked-on cousin) event upon something subterraneous that's since them telekinetic powers. As they wizz by a sky throwing a football around as good as fool around jokes upon gullible grocery shoppers, it's all fun as good as games until someone gets hurt–or dead. The story gets dark, afterwards gets even darker until it spirals out of carry out in a furious finale which falls detached slightly, though all in all it's good done. Even a done-to-death found footage character isn't distracting; a filmmakers deftly operate it when appropriate, as good as lift behind from it when it doesn't offer a story. See this movie, tonight. Extras: Deleted scene, "Pre-Viz," Camera test, melodramatic trailer, soundtrack info (Director's Cut BD Combo Pack)
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The Grey It's male vs. furious in this play which stars Liam Neeson as a oblivious personality of a rope of craft pile-up survivors stranded out in a Alaskan wilderness, where a continue is bad, a wildlife is worse, as good as a little of a decisions he creates for a organisation have been misfortune of all–you might find yourself yelling "Don't attend to Liam!" during a screen. Extras: Director commentary, deleted scenes (DVD/BD)
Albert Nobbs It took her thirty years to get this house pet plan upon screen, as good as Glenn Close warranted an Oscar curtsy for her purpose as a lady who lives as good as works–and looks–like a male in sequence to have income as a waiter in 19th century Ireland. Two decades later, she/he winds up trapped as good as miserable in this bizarre as good as suffocating life she's created. Extras: Glenn Close commentary, deleted scenes (DVD/BD)
One for a Money Katherine Heigl takes a starring purpose of bail bonds-woman Stephanie Plum, who takes a pursuit out of recklessness as good as afterwards finds herself traffic with a array of misadventures upon her approach to take down a attempted murder think who happens to be her aged tall propagandize crush. If this sounds familiar, we might be recalling a renouned 18-book poser array by Janet Evanovich. Extras: Behind a scenes featurette, "Bond Girls" featurette, wisecrack reel, deleted stage (DVD/BD)
The Devil Inside Twenty years after her mother confessed to 3 gruesome murders, Isabella travels to Italy where mother is housed in a mental sentinel to see if she can "cure" her. Exorcism is, of course, involved, as is some-more found-footage camerawork. Extras: None
Rampart Woody Harrelson channels Denzel Washington a la Training Day as a patrolman who brings his own code of probity to a streets. Making hold up no simpler have been his dual ex-wives (who occur to be sisters!?), dual daughters, a male who gives him distressing advice, as good as his own paranoia. Extras: Cast as good as organisation interviews, behind-the-scenes featurettes (DVD/BD)