Big Hero 6 (2014)

New Release Movies to Own or Rent

Big Hero 6
Whiplash
Horrible Bosses 2
The Theory of Everything

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Big Hero 6 (2014)A hybrid of east and west entertainment sensibilities collide in San Fransokyo, as Disney releases their first animated film based on Marvel superhero characters. The result? Well, the story isn’t up to much that’s for sure. A plot about as complicated as anything you would find during a 30 minute viewing of the Cartoon Network on a Saturday morning, and only slightly better character development. [Full Review]

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Whiplash (2014)

Whiplash 2014Whiplash introduces the viewer to the high stakes unforgiving world of the elite Shaffer Conservatory of Music. One of the best music schools in the US. Enter Andrew (Miles Teller), a 19-year-old jazz drummer, looking for nothing less than to be one of the greats. And Fletcher (J.K. Simmons), a fearsome jazz maestro pushing his students beyond their breaking points, in search of a truly classic performance. [Full Review]

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Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)

Horrible Bosses 2 (2014)Most of us ‘R-rated’ aged moviegoers have hosted a party at one time or another, and every once in a while, the right combination of food, drink, music and people come together, and a truly unforgettable evening is had by all. It goes so well in fact, you immediately look forward to hosting another. You figure, if you can combine all those winning elements again, you’ll become a party hosting legend! But then you start to have doubts. Lightning doesn’t strike twice as a rule after all. So to compensate, you add a little more of everything you thought worked the last time, and invite some new people to spice things up. [Full Review]

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The Theory of Everything (2014)

The Theory of Everything 2014As Professor Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) uses his considerable intellect to search for a universal equation for all existence. It seems director James Marsh and screenwriter, Anthony McCarten are taking a bash at presenting the human equation in The Theory of Everything. Based on Jane Hawking’s second memoir about her life with the illustrious physicist. [Full Review]

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