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Fading Gigolo

Magic in the Moonlight
PG-13 / 1:37 / DVD, Blu-ray / Comedy

   Ever since The Help, I’ve been a big Emma Stone fan. This movie once again shows why she's one of today's most talented actresses. She plays a medium, Colin Firth plays a skeptic, and together they debate whether love is based on magic and mystery or common sense. The whole experience feels like a picnic on a beautiful summer day, which lingers even after the final credits roll.   

When The Game Stands Tall

When The Game Stands Tall
PG / 1:55 / DVD, Blu-ray / Drama

   This true story of a high-school football team's 151-game winning streak is incredibly inspirational, and like The Blind Side, Rudy and Remember the Titans, it transcends the sports genre. I'm hoping that Hollywood will take note, as we need these films—ones that lift your spirits and counter the constant barrage of negative stories—more than ever.   

A Most Wanted Man

A Most Wanted Man
R / 2:01 / DVD, Blu-ray / Action, Suspense

   Philip Seymour Hoffman, in one of his final roles, exemplifies what made him such a great actor. He can express a thousand emotions with one look; he can deliver an exasperated outburst that tells of the human experience. He owns this film, filling every moment with something worth watching and remembering.   

Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas
R / 1:22 / DVD / Comedy, Holiday

   Anna Kendrick (from Up In the Air and Pitch Perfect), one of today's most sought-after young talents, is invigorating in this "slice of life" film about a woman who moves in with her older brother and his family. Also starring Melanie Lynskey and Lena Dunham, it's perfect for fans of shows like HBO’s Girls, where dysfunction and comedy flourish.   

Merry Friggin’ Christmas

Merry Friggin’ Christmas
NR / 1:24 / DVD, Blu-ray / Comedy, Holiday

   When Robin Williams passed away, we lost one of the most beloved actors in entertainment history. Thankfully, his legacy will live on with this movie. Williams stars as a father who must retrieve the gifts left at home by his son, played by Joel McHale. Even though the comic's voice is now silent, I’m glad that that one of his final gifts to us is this terrific movie.   

Begin Again

Begin Again
R / 1:44 / DVD / Comedy, Romance

   From the director of Once, it's the story of a down-and-out music exec (Mark Ruffalo) and a failing singer-songwriter (Kiera Knightley) who find new hope when they collaborate. It's delightful for so many reasons, I watched it again. Like Once, it has an awesome soundtrack, which I've been playing on repeat. This film gets two thumbs up, a gold star and a "must see" recommendation.   

Brick Mansions

Snowpiercer
R / 2:06 / DVD / Action, Sci-Fi & Fantasy

   In 2031, the world's in a new ice age. The survivors live on futuristic Noah’s Ark: a train that continuously circles the globe. Class structures and tensions emerge that may threaten everyone's life. Chris Evans and Octavia Spencer are terrific in an ensemble cast that includes Tilda Swinton and William Hurt. With stunning visuals and a provocative story, it's one of the best films of 2014.   

Chef

Chef
R / 1:55 / DVD, Blu-ray / Comedy

   Jon Favreau wrote, directed and stars in this road-tripping, soul-searching film that will make your mouth water. Favreau has assembled a terrific cast and filmed beautiful cooking shots. I recommend watching this after dinner, or be prepared to take a snack break.   

Brick Mansions

Brick Mansions
PG-13 / 1:30 / DVD, Blu-ray / Action

   This remake of District B13 stars the creator of parkour, David Belle, as well as Paul Walker in one of his final roles. Walker plays an undercover cop forced into an unlikely partnership with the high-flying, tumbling, jumping and climbing Belle. You’re not watching Brick Mansions for anything other than the amazing action sequences, and it delivers plenty of those.