George Lucas retools and rereleases his much mucked-with cash-cow franchise in 3D, starting with one of the ones no one really wants to see again in any D. And you know what this means, right? Jar Jar Binks practically in your lap.
Opens Feb. 10.
THIS MEANS WAR
Oh, Tom Hardy, you were doing so well, and then you had to go and get yourself in a silly-looking romcom about two spies (Star Trek’s Chris Pine is the other) battling over the affections of Reese Witherspoon’s character.
Rachel McAdams returns for whatever tears she didn’t wring out of you with The Notebook in this romantic drama about a husband (Channing Tatum, who is no Ryan Gosling) winning back his memory-loss-suffering wife (McAdams).
Henri-Georges Clouzot’s 1953 existential thriller manages to be as white-knuckle thrilling as it is existential, as desperate men truck unstable nitroglycerine over South American peaks on treacherous roads.