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Action star returns in the aptly titled XXX: The Return of Xander Cage.
While you may be favouring your pocketbook, it does not mean you must forego the movie experience.
While most of the movies coming up are sequels or remakes, there are a few standout original movies to look forward to in 2017.
And don't forget Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in a futuristic love story aboard a spaceship destined for a new world.
Loving is a movie of historical importance as the Lovings challenged the law banning interracial marriage in the United States.
Moana sails out on a daring mission to save her people with the help of a demigod named Maui.
Author J.K. Rowling has turned a 'textbook' for her Harry Potter series into a fully-fleshed out movie.
Amy Adams takes on the role of communicating with aliens in Arrival, from Canadian director Denis Villeneuve
Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge is of the first conscientious objector to earn the US Congressional Medal of Honor.
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back sees Cruise returning to the headquarters of his old military unit.
Coming to Kelowna, The Girl on the Train a psychological thriller.
Tim Burton has made his career by directing peculiar movies…now comes Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Denzel Washington co-stars with Ethan Hawke, Chris Pratt, Vincent D’Onofrio and Peter Sarsgaard
Real movie excitement begins this week with prominent film premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Suicide Squad is a group of imprisoned baddies who are recruited to execute a dangerous black ops mission.
Jason Bourne is set several years after Ultimatum.
Ghostbusters reboot defies critics—audiences love it, handsome box office.
Showing in Kelowna: Every once in a while, a movie comes along that people seem to love to hate—even before having seen it.
The former feral child who was raised in the jungles of Africa by the great apes, returns in The Legend of Tarzan.
Even though it is 13 years later, Finding Dory is set just six months after the events of the first film, Finding Nemo.