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At the Movies: April 12

“After”, “Hellboy”, “Little”, “Missing Link”

A dedicated student, dutiful daughter and loyal girlfriend to her high school sweetheart enters her first semester in college. Armed with grand ambitions for her future, her guarded world opens up when she meets the dark and mysterious Hardin Scott, a magnetic, brooding rebel who makes her question all she thought she knew about herself and what she wants out of life. 

PG-13. Drama/Thriller. Directed by Jenny Gage. 1h 46m.

What the Internet is Saying:

“…you’ll definitely want to get wrapped up in the drama.” – Cosmopolitan

Our Take:  Based on a fan fiction relationship with a punk Harry Styles, you won’t want to miss “After”.

Hellboy faces off against a medieval sorceress who seeks to destroy humankind.

R. Fantasy/Science Fiction. Directed by Neil Marshall. 2h 1m.

What the Internet is Saying:

“…Nails the sensation of watching those pre-X-Men, pre-MCU comic book movies to a tee.” – Rolling Stone

Our Take:  If you saw the first and second “Hellboy” movies, you definitely need to see the third. 

Check out the trailer here.


A comedy about the price of success, the power of sisterhood and having a second chance to grow up. 

PG-13. Fantasy/Comedy. Directed by Tina Gordon. 1h 49m.

What the Internet is Saying:

“Body-swap comedy ‘Little’ is silly, scattershot fun.” – Entertainment Weekly

Our Take:  Don’t miss 13-year old Marsai Martin’s executive producer debut in this body-swap comedy .

Check out the trailer here.

Missing Link
Mr. Link is the slightly silly, surprisingly smart and soulful beast who is the last living remnant of Man's primitive ancestry, the Missing Link. As species go, he couldn't be more endangered; he's the last of his kind and he's lonely. Proposing a daring quest to find his rumored distant relatives, he enlists the help of Sir Lionel Frost, the world's foremost investigator of myths and monsters, and Adelina Fortnight, who possesses the only known map to the group's secret destination, in an odyssey around the world to find the fabled valley of Shangri-La.

PG. Fantasy/Adventure. Directed by Chris Butler. 1h 35m. 

What the Internet is Saying:

“A charming family-friendly story about adventure and friendship — told with bar-raising artistic craft and technical skill.” – Empire

Our Take:  “Missing Link” is beautifully animated and had us laughing the whole time.