Opening this week at a theatre near you:
Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018) PG-13
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Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his band of escaped Gladers must travel to and break into the legendary last city to find a cure for the zombie bites. The last city becomes their most complicated maze yet. Will Thomas and his gang find what they are looking for? Maze Runner: The Death Cure Website
What to Watch For: This is the third and final Maze Runner film. The film should have been made in 2016 but Dylan O’Brien was injured making the 2nd film, and they had to delay shooting until he recovered.
Word on the Street: Wes Ball has directed all three of the films.
My Take: I hear there will be some surprise appearances in this film.
The film opens nationwide on Friday.
The Clapper (2017) R
Eddie (Ed Helms) works as a paid audience member on infomercials. He begins dating Judy (Amanda Seyfried), a gas station employee but his life is turned over when he suddenly becomes famous as ‘The Clapper.’ The Clapper Info
What to Watch For: The outstanding cast includes Leah Remini, Alan Thicke, Adam Levine, and Tracy Morgan.READ MORE: Businesses Hopeful To End Labor Shortage When Pandemic Unemployment Compensation Ends June 26
Word on the Street: The film played at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.
My Take: I always like watching Amanda Seyfried in a comedy role.
The film opens Friday exclusively at Plaza Theatre
If you can’t make it to the theatre this weekend, then stay at home and watch movies on Atlanta’s CW:
Look Who’s Talking, Too (1990) A new baby is on the way for James (John Travolta) and Mollie (Kirstie Alley) and this time it’s a girl (voiced by Roseanne Barr). Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis) isn’t happy he is going to have to share his parents with this new baby.
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Eye on the World: The Rise of Walter Cronkite and the Evening News (2017) A look at the life and work of legendary journalist Walter Cronkite.