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|Friday, December 19||ANNIE|
|Friday, December 19||NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN|
|Thursday, December 25||UNBROKEN|
|Friday, January 09||INTO THE WOODS|
|Friday, January 09||TAKEN 3|
|Friday, January 16||AMERICAN SNIPER|
|Friday, January 16||BLACKHAT|
|Friday, January 16||PADDINGTON|
|Friday, January 16||WEDDING RINGER|
|Friday, January 23||BOY NEXT DOOR|
|Friday, January 23||MORTDECAI|
|Friday, January 30||MAX|
|Friday, January 30||PROJECT ALMANAC|
|Friday, February 06||JUPITER ASCENDING (shown in 3D)|
|Friday, February 06||SEVENTH SON (shown in 3D)|
|Friday, February 06||SPONGEBOB MOVIE: SPONGE OUT OF WATER|
|Friday, February 13||FIFTY SHADES OF GREY|
|Friday, February 13||KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE|
|Friday, February 20||DUFF|
|Friday, February 20||McFARLAND|
|Friday, February 27||EVEREST|
MILLION DOLLAR ARMBack
Sometimes to win, you have to change the game. Based on the remarkable true story from Major League Basebal!
In a last ditch effort to save his career as a sports agent, JB Bernstein (Jon Hamm from TV's "Mad Men") concocts a scheme to find baseball’s next great pitching ace. Hoping to find a young cricket pitcher he can turn into a Major League Baseball star, JB travels to India to produce a reality show competition called “Million Dollar Arm.” With the help of a cantankerous but eagle-eyed retired baseball scout (Alan Arkin) he discovers two 18 year old boys, played by Madhur Mittal (from "Slumdog Millionaire") and Suraj Sharma (from "Life of Pi"), who have no idea about playing baseball, yet have a knack for throwing a fastball. Hoping to sign them to major league contracts and make a quick buck, JB brings the boys home to America to train. While the Americans are definitely out of their element in India — the boys, who have never left their rural villages — are equally challenged when they come to the States. As the boys learn the finer points of baseball — JB, with the help of his charming friend Brenda (Lake Bell) — learns valuable life lessons about teamwork, commitment and what it means to be a family.
- Rated: PG for mild language and some suggestive content.