In cinemas this weekend: 02/11/2022 | arts and entertainment


“Death on the Nile”

PG-13, 127 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Meadowview Theatre) Mystery/Thriller/Crime/Drama. Belgian detective Hercule Poirot’s Egyptian vacation aboard a glamorous river steamer turns into a terrifying search for a killer when a beautiful couple’s idyllic honeymoon is tragically cut short. Starring Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer and Annette Bening.

‘Marry me’

PG-13, 112 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Meadowview Theatre) Romantic comedy. Pop superstar Kat Valdez stands in front of an audience of her loyal fans shortly before her wedding. However, seconds before the ceremony, she finds out about her fiancé’s cheating and experiences a breakdown on stage. In a moment of inspired madness, Kat makes eye contact with a complete stranger in the crowd and marries him on the spot. When forces conspire to separate the unlikely bride and groom, they soon have to decide if two people from such different worlds can find true love together. With Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson.

‘black light’

PG-13, 105 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Paramount Theater) Thriller/Action. Travis Block, a shadowy government agent specializing in removing agents whose covers have been exposed, uncovers a deadly conspiracy within his own ranks that is reaching the highest echelons of power. Starring Liam Neeson, Claire van der Boom and Tim Draxl.


PG-13, 120 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Meadowview Theatre) Science Fiction/Action. A mysterious force knocks the moon out of its orbit around the earth, sending it on a collision course with life as we know it. With Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson and Donald Sutherland.

‘The Wolf and the Lion’

PG, 99 mins (Superb Theater) family/adventure. A wolf pup and a lost lion cub are rescued by a girl in the heart of the Canadian wilderness. Their friendship will change their lives forever. Starring Graham Greene and Molly Kunz.

“Donkey Forever”

R, 104 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Paramount Theater) comedy/action Celebrate the joy of a perfectly executed shot in the groin when Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and the rest of the gang return for another round of hilarious, wildly absurd, and often dangerous performances of stunts and comedy.

‘Liquorice Pizza’

R, 133 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10) Drama/Comedy. The story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine growing up in the San Fernando Valley in 1973, running around and going through the treacherous navigation of first love. Starring Alana Haim, Sean Penn and Cooper Hoffman. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.


R, 114 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Paramount Theater) Horror/Thriller. 25 years after a series of brutal murders shook the quiet town of Woodsboro, a new killer has donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers in a bid to revive secrets from the town’s deadly past. Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette return in their iconic roles alongside Dylan Minnette, Jack Quaid and Marley Shelton.

‘Singing 2’

PG, 110 minutes (Cinemark Films 10, Meadowview Theatre) Comedy/Musical. Can-do koala Buster Moon and his all-star cast of animal performers prepare to embark on a dazzling stage extravaganza in the glittering entertainment capital of the world. There’s only one catch – he must find the world’s most reclusive rock star and convince him to join them. What begins as Buster’s dream of great success soon becomes an emotional reminder of music’s power to mend even the most broken heart. With Taron Egerton, Bono and Scarlett Johansson.

“Spider-Man: No Way Home”

PG-13, 148 minutes. (Cinemark Films 10, Meadowview Theatre) Action/Adventure. Peter Parker is exposed and unable to separate his normal life from the high stakes of being a superhero. When he enlists Doctor Strange’s help, the missions become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it really means to be Spider-Man. Starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jon Favreau.


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