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The Wolfpack, Shaun the Sheep, Fantastic Four & Irrational Man Open this Week

Some good movies are opening this week. Shaun the Sheep, from Aardman Animations, is currently at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Oh, and it’s also dialogue-free. The Wolfpack, starting Friday at the Nickelodeon, is a documentary about a group of brothers raised in captivity in NYC, learning most of what they know from movies. It looks like a riveting and unbelievable story.


The Wolfpack

Shaun the Sheep

Fantastic Four

Irrational Man

Vacation, Mission Impossible & Testament of Youth open this week in Columbia

Ed Helms does his best Clark Griswold in the Vacation re-boot and Tom Cruise does, well, Tom Cruise in the new Mission Impossible.


Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation


Testament of Youth

Pixels, Mr. Holmes, Southpaw, & Paper Towns open this week in Columbia + Blaktastik Festival

A good variety of movies opening this week. Most of them seem decent, except for Pixels. As a child of the 80’s I want it to be good but the presence of Adam Sandler surely seals its fate.


Also, the Nickelodeon is featuring the Blaktastik film festival which features a full slate of interesting events involving film, live music and art.


Opening this week

Mr. Holmes



Paper Towns

Ant Man and Trainwreck open this week in Columbia

There’s only a couple movies opening this week but they’re both ones you should check out. Amy Schumer’s first starring (writing also) role looks to be raunchy fun and Paul Rudd as Ant Man is already getting good reviews.


Ant Man


Also if this is your thing you can catch the re-broadcast of the Rifftrax Live: Sharknado 2: The Second One on Thursday night at Sandhill or Columbiana Grande.

Amy, Minions, and Selfless open this week in Columbia

Amy, the documentary about Amy Winehouse’s short, tragic life opens this week. I really want to see this as it’s getting great reviews but at the same time I’m dreading it because I know it will be heartbreaking. But anyway, go see it at The Nick.






Also, if you just want a free movie outside you can catch The Book of Life on Friday night at Riverfront Park.

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