January 16

At the Movies

Opening this week: ‘Devil’s Due’ / ‘Jack Ryan’ / ‘The Nut Job’ / ‘Ride Along’


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Will Farrell, left, as Ron Burgundy and Steve Carell as Brick Tamland in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues."

“DEVIL’S DUE” (R)(1:29) Stars Allison Miller, Zach Gilford, Sam Anderson and Roger Payano. Directed by Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. A newlywed couple deals with an unexpectedly early pregnancy that seems to be creating dark changes to the wife’s body and mind.

Opening at: Brunswick 10; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco); Cinemagic (Westbrook); Smitty’s (Biddeford); Smitty’s (Windham) 

“JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT” (PG-13) (1:45) Stars Chris Pine, Kevin Costner, Keira Knightley and Kenneth Branagh. Directed by Kenneth Branagh. Young CIA analyst Jack Ryan uncovers a Russian plot to crash the U.S. economy with a terrorist attack.

Opening at: Brunswick 10; Nordica (Freeport); Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco); Cinemagic (Westbrook); Smitty’s (Biddeford); Smitty’s (Sanford); Smitty’s (Windham) 

“THE NUT JOB” (PG) (1:25) Animated with the voices of stars Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Liam Neeson and Katherine Heigl. Directed by Peter Lepeniotis. Surly, the curmudgeonly squirrel, is banished from his park and forced to survive in the city, where he discovers Maury’s Nut Store just as winter approaches.

Opening at: Brunswick 10; Nordica (Freeport) (also in 3D); Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco) (also in 3D); Cinemagic (Westbrook) (also in 3D); Smitty’s (Biddeford); Smitty’s (Sanford); Smitty’s (Windham)

“RIDE ALONG” (PG-13) Stars Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, Tika Sumpter and John Leguizamo. Directed by Tim Story. Ben, a fast-talking security guard, goes on police patrol in Atlanta with his brother-in-law James, all to prove himself worthy of marrying James’ sister.

Opening at: Cinemagic (Saco); Cinemagic (Westbrook)


“DARK TOUCH” (NR) (1:30) Stars Missy Keating, Marcella Plunkett and Padraic Delaney. Directed by Marina de Van. Eleven-year-old Niamh is the sole survivor of a bloody massacre that killed her parents and younger brother in a remote town in Ireland.

Showing Wednesday only at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco)

“GRABBERS” (NR) (1:34) Stars Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley and Russell Tovey. Directed by Jon Wright. Residents of an island off the Irish coast discover that the only way to survive an invasion by bloodsucking aliens is to get drunk.

Showing Wednesday only at: Cinemagic (Westbrook)

“MEMPHIS” BROADWAY MUSICAL (2:45) Stars Chad Kimball, Montego Glover and J. Bernard Calloway. Directed by Don Roy King. Film of the live production of the Tony Award-winning performance that is loosely based on 1950s Memphis disc jockey Dewey Phillips.

Showing Thursday only at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco)

“ROCK SHOW: WINGS OVER AMERICA” (NR) (2:21) Stars Paul McCartney and the band Wings. Compilation of songs and scenes from the United States portion of 1975-76 world tour.

Showing Tuesday only at: Cinemagic (Westbrook)

“THE ROLLING STONES: SOME GIRLS LIVE IN TEXAS” (NR) (1:30) Stars Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. From the 1978 recording sessions of the band’s hit album.

Showing Tuesday only at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco)

“SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE” (NR) (1:45) Stars Ken Ard, Brenda Braxton and Adrian Bailey. A musical revue of rock ’n’ roll featuring the songs of Leiber and Stoller. No dialogue.

Showing Thursday only at: Cinemagic (Westbrook)

“WHITE REINDEER” (NR) (1:22) Stars Anna Margaret Hollyman, Laura Lemar-Goldsborough, Lydia Hyslop. Directed by Zach Clark. Suzanne struggles to put her life back together during a sad, strange Christmas season in suburban Virginia.

Showing Monday only at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland); Cinemagic (Saco)

“WRONG COPS” (NR) (1:23 or 0:45) Stars Mark Burnham, Eric Judor and Steve Little. Directed by Quentin Dupieux. A group of bad cops try to dispose of a body that one of them accidentally shot.

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