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Staff Picks

Stonehearst Asylum

Stonehearst Asylum
PG-13 / 1:52 / DVD / Drama, Suspense

   A great suspense thriller with a great cast: Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley and Kate Beckinsale bring the script's Gothic spookiness to life. Based on an Edgar Allen Poe story, it's got all the elements needed for the lunatics to take over the asylum.   

The Two Faces of January

The Two Faces of January
PG-13 / 1:37 / DVD / Drama, Suspense

   Based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith (The Talented Mr. Ripley), this sleek thriller joins a young couple (Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst) and a con man in an uneasy alliance. The Greek scenery gives the actors a gorgeous backdrop that feels like a fourth character.   

Boyhood

Boyhood
R / 2:44 / DVD, Blu-ray / Drama

   This coming-of-age drama is special not only because it's directed by one of my favorites, Richard Linklater (Dazed & Confused), but because it was filmed over 12 years. As the story progresses, so do the actors' real ages. It's filled with great performances, notably Patricia Arquette, who won several awards for her role.   

The Guest

The Guest
R / 1:41 / DVD / Action, Suspense

   An '80s-style homage to government conspiracies, gun fights and psycho killers. Dan Stevens turns in a great performance as a returning vet with an odd way of protecting his loved ones. If you recognize him as Matthew Crawley from Downton Abbey, you won’t after all is said and done.   

What If

What If
PG-13 / 1:38 / DVD / Comedy, Romance

   One of the best rom-coms I've seen in a long time. Daniel Radcliffe plays Wallace, a casualty of a series of messy break-ups. When he meets Chantry (Zoe Kazan), they try to keep things friendly and uncomplicated. I'm quickly finding out that Radcliffe's more than just a boy wizard: he's a talented actor who's left Hogwarts for a promising and varied career.   

Reclaim

Reclaim
R / 1:36 / DVD / Action, Suspense

   A great cast, featuring Ryan Phillippe and John Cusack, delivers a suspenseful adrenaline ride set in a foreign locale, centered on child trafficking. It's fun watching Cusack play the bad guy and trying to figure out the twists and turns. Every time the movie comes to a natural end, there's always one more twist.   

The November Man

The November Man
R / 1:48 / DVD / Drama

   I've always been a fan of James Bond, and Pierce Brosnan was the perfect Bond for the late '90s. Brosnan returns as a spy in The November Man, based on the popular books of the same name, giving us that same gritty determination and driving the action of this cat-and-mouse game at a breakneck pace.   

If I Stay

If I Stay
PG-13 / 1:47 / DVD / Drama, Romance

   If I Stay presents the ultimate choice: to live or succumb to injuries. The book it's based on is targeted to teens, but the movie is much broader; anyone who's experienced love and loss can relate. If you liked Heaven is for Real or The Fault in our Stars, it's well worth your time.   

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.