'42,' 'Scary Movie 5' reviewed by Mr. Moviefone
This week at the movies, a franchise that continues to haunt moviegoers, plus a true story of an American legend in "42."
Together, Dodgers GM Branch Rickey (played by Harrison Ford) and Jackie Robinson (played by Chadwick A. Boseman) shattered the color barrier as Robinson became the first African-American pro baseball player.
The Reel Deal: A well-done biopic about a strong, brave, fascinating man and critical time in history, you'll root for #42. I'm in!
It's the supernatural spoof that keeps coming back for more: "Scary Movie 5."
When a couple brings their newborn son home, strange things start happening. So they enlist experts, and of course, surveillance cameras to try to rid the house of the demon. The not-so all-star cast includes Ashley Tisdale, Regina Hall, Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan.
The Reel Deal: Are you seriously going to pay $12 to see Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan? If so, we simply can no longer be friends. I'm out.
In limited release, strangers' lives collide in the powerful "Disconnect," starring Jason Bateman, Alexander Skarsgard and Hope Davis; and a couple's marriage is at risk in "To the Wonder," starring Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Javier Bardem and Bond girl Olga Kurylenko.
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