I Am Number Four (wide) “John is an extraordinary teen, masking his true identity and passing as a typical high school student to elude a deadly enemy seeking to destroy him. Three like him have already been killed … he is Number Four,” says iMDb.
From the director of Disturbia and Eagle Eye. I am not a number!
Unknown (wide) Liam Neeson awakens from a coma to find that his identity has been stolen. I bet he teams up with a pretty young woman to unravel a conspiracy.
I was at a movie recently and at the end of the trailer for Unknown a guy behind me scoffed and yelled out “Taken 2!“. Crickets. It does look similar to Taken though, which I haven’t actually seen due to my unfair prejudice against PG-13 rated action films that will coincidentally keep me from seeing this film.
Cedar Rapids (Ritz East) Indie-minded comedy set at an insurance convention starring some of today’s most likable comedic actors (Ed Helms, John C. Reilly, Rob Corddry). It’s directed by the great Miguel Arteta (Chuck & Buck, The Good Girl) thus I have high hopes despite the rather lackluster trailer.
The Housemaid (Ritz at the Bourse) Modern update of a South Korean classic concerning the ramifications of the titular Housemaid’s affair with her employer. Also currently available for your viewing pleasure via OnDemand.