Inherent Vice

In a drug fueled 1970s Los Angeles, Joaquin Phoenix splendidly fits the role of Larry “Doc” Sportello in Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film Inherent Vice. The film also features highly recognizable actors like Owen Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Josh Brolin, Eric Roberts, Maya Rudolph and Boardwalk Empire alum Michael Kenneth Williams. 148 min. Rated R.


The Spierig Brothers return with their Daybreakers star Ethan Hawke for their new film Predestination. Hawke plays a time-traveling Temporal Agent on his final assignment tracking down one criminal that has eluded him throughout time. 97 min. Rated R.

Taken 3

Ageless sparkplug Liam Neeson returns as Bryan Mills in the third installment of the Taken series. 109 min. Rated PG-13.


The powerful march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama led by Interstellar alum David Oyelowo who plays Martin Luther King, Jr. Filmed in Alabama and Georgia, the film is jam packed with mega stars including Oprah, Cuba Gooding Jr, Giovanni Ribisi, Tim Roth, Common, Martin Sheen and New Orleans native Wendell Pierce128 min. Rated PG-13.


TRAILER: Ethan Hawke in ‘Predestination’

by Rachel McMullen on July 23, 2014

A time traveling “Temporal Agent” is sent through time to prevent crimes that have not yet happened in the present. Ethan Hawke stars as that crime fighting Temporal Agent in Predestination. In the new trailer, the film’s first, we see him chasing after one criminal that has managed to outrun him for most of his career. This time-travel psychological thriller manages to introduce us to characters in the trailer but doesn’t give up to much information about the plot. Although there has yet to be a release date set in the U.S., Predestination opens in Australia on August 28.