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7 Reasons To Spend This Valentines’ Day At The Movie Theater

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.  Whether you wish to spend time with that special someone or feel better about your life as a single member of society, the local cinema is a great place to your Valentine’s Day.  So, grab your significant other (or yourself) and catch these flicks that hit the theaters on February 14th.


1. A Good Day to Die Hard

This fifth installment of the Die Hard film series focuses on John McClane (Bruce Willis) as he travels to Russia to help his son, Jack (Jai Courtney) who as fallen in trouble with the government.  When John finds out his son is a CIA agent and involved in an operative to prevent a nuclear-weapons heist, the two become wrapped up in a terrorist plot that threatens world stability.

RATED: R


2. Safe Haven

Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks, Safe Haven is your obligatory Valentine’s Day chick-flick.  When the mysterious Katie (Julianne Hough) arrives in the town of Southport and befriends a widower, she is forced to come to terms with her dark past as she reluctantly falls in love.

RATED: PG-13


3. Escape from Planet Earth

This animated comedy follows the astronaut Scorch Supernova from the planet Baab.  When Scorch receives an SOS from a dangerous alien planet, he responds despite warnings from his brother and BASA.  Scorch falls into a trap on the alien planet and his nerdy brother, Gary, is forced to jump in and save the day.

RATED: PG


4. The To Do List

Brandy Clark (Aubrey Plaza) is about to graduate high school in this rom-com.  She feels pressured to become more sexually experienced before starting college and makes a to-do list of the things she needs to accomplish before heading to university in the fall.

RATED: R


5. Beautiful Creatures

Ethan Wate (Alden Ehrenreich), who wants nothing more than to escape life in a small town, is mesmerized by new girl, Lena Duchannes (Alice Englert).  As Lena and Ethan’s romance begins to blossom, it is threatened as Lena faces the day her strange powers are claimed for either good or evil.

RATED: PG-13


6. Murder 3 (limited theaters)

This Indian thriller is the 3rd in the Murder series.  Vikram (Randeep Hooda), who is dealing with the disappearance of his former girlfriend, begins a relationship with waitress, Nisha (Sara Loren).  Nisha moves in with Vikram into his house outside of the city, but soon begins to uncover the secrets hidden in his old-world home.

RATED: Unavailable


7. No (limited theaters)

In 1988, military dictator, Augusto Pinochet, is calling for a referendum to decide his permanence in power.  The film follows René Saavedra and his followers as they lead an opposition campaign to free the Chilean public from oppression.

Mackenzie is an Alabama native attending NYU and studying Journalism and Dramatic Literature. She hopes to one day live in London and write for the BBC.