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Join Mike ‘the movie guy’ Pierce and Jesus as they review the FX series, THE STRAIN. Tonight they discussed the highlights of Sunday’s, September 14th episode “Loved Ones.”
When a plane lands in New York City with everyone on board dead, Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, head of the CDC’s Canary Project, and his team are called upon to investigate. Harlem pawnbroker Abraham Setrakian races to the airport, convinced that what looks at first like a mysterious viral outbreak might be the beginning of something infinitely more sinister.
Superstar Denzel Washington has spent decades as one of Hollywood’s most popular leading men, starring in dozens of films that have earned numerous awards, and raked in billions of box office dollars. In the latest action thriller, THE EQUALIZER, out on September 26th, Denzel Washington’s newest iconic role has him playing a man who believes he has put his mysterious past behind him and has dedicated himself to beginning a new, quiet life. But when he meets a young girl under the control of ultra-violent Russian gangsters, he can’t stand idly by – he has to help her. Take a look at some of Denzel Washington’s most iconic roles, and don’t forget to check out THE EQUALIZER on September 26th!
Cry Freedom (1987): Denzel Washington received his first Academy Award nomination for the tale of South African journalist Donald Woods attempting to investigate the death in custody of his friend the black activist Steve Biko.
Glory (1989): Robert Gould Shaw leads the US Civil War’s first all-black volunteer company, fighting prejudices of both his own Union army and the Confederates, as Denzel Washington wins his first Academy Award.
Malcolm X (1992) : Another Academy Award nomination for Denzel Washington in this biographical epic of the controversial and influential Black Nationalist leader.
Crimson Tide (1995): On a US nuclear missile sub, a young first officer stages a mutiny to prevent his trigger happy captain from launching his missiles before confirming his orders to do so.
Courage Under Fire (1996): A US Army officer, despondent about a deadly mistake he made, investigates a female chopper commander’s worthiness for the Medal of Honor.
The Hurricane (1999): The story of Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, a boxer wrongly imprisoned for murder, and the people who aided in his fight to prove his innocence. Denzel received his fourth Academy Award nomination for his role.
Training Day (2001): Denzel Washington received his fifth career nomination, and won his second Academy Award for his iconic role as a rogue LAPD narcotics detectives over a 24-hour period in the gang neighborhoods of North West and South Central Los Angeles.
American Gangster (2007): Denzel Washington plays career criminal Frank Lucas in this biographical crime drama film directed and produced by Ridley Scott.
Flight (2012): For his sixth (and counting!) Academy Award nomination, Denzel plays Whip Whitaker, an airline pilot who miraculously crash lands his plane after it suffers an in-flight mechanical failure, saving nearly everyone on board.
An update of the legendary 1975 Mexican classic horror film, Más Negro Qué La Noche tells the story of Greta (Zuria Vega), a beautiful young woman whose eccentric aunt passes away leaving her a large, once opulent mansion. When Greta moves in with her friends she discovers that she must take care of her aunt’s prized cat, Beker. The new residents take charge of the mansion, throwing wild parties and enjoying a fun filled summer until they lose track of Beker – who drowns in the mansion’s pool. What was about to be the best summer of their lives quickly turns into a spine-chilling fight for their lives.
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I’ve got screening passes available for HOUSTON and DALLAS. Please keep in mind movie fans – this movie will be in SPANISH with ENGLISH subtitles.
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THURSDAY, September 25
Dallas: AMC Mesquite
Houston: Edwards Houston MarQ*E
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WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE HORROR MOVIE OF ALL TIME?
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THIS PROMOTION WILL END WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 AT 10AM/C. No one will be admitted late. Theatre and promoter are not responsible for overbooking. We may refuse, revoke or limit admission in our sole discretion at any time. Only a single entry per person. No purchase necessary. Only those over age 18 are eligible to participate and win. Only U.S. residents are eligible to enter. Entry does not guarantee movie passes. Please all rules on tickets.
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MÁS NEGRO QUE LA NOCHE will open on September 26, 2014 in moderate release, from Lionsgate and Pantelion Films.
Listen to Jennifer Hudson’s latest featuring Iggy Azalea with “He Ain’t Going Nowhere.” Ladies listen up! Produced by Pharrell, the track can be found on her JHUD album September 23.
“I hope it’s a song people can listen to and let the music do what it’s meant: let go of the shit that holds you back and just take a minute to dance and feel good.” – Jennifer Hudson
¡MAYDAY! and Murs bring the party to the underground, surrounded by graffiti and break dancing moves on their latest visual off their collaborating effort, Mursday.