Heavy subject matter like human trafficking, government upheaval and lying to garner public sentiment are balanced by lighter topics such as high school cheerleader-turned-bloodsucker, meatballs falling from the sky and Jennifer Aniston finding love (in the movies at least).
Fall in love on the silver screen, take refuge with killer sorority sisters, watch a film about protecting natural resources and one that might make you feel bad next time you hang up on a telemarketer.
You work hard all year long. Go ahead and take a long Labor Day weekend, and while you're at it, why not take a few trips to the movies? A variety of films open this weekend including a political satire, a campy horror film and a subtitled Scandinavian tale.
Is it the end of summer already? All the horror movie openings are a sign of holidays to come. Whether you choose to go to a final destination or take a trip to reminisce, here's a short list of what movies are opening tonight.
Whatever became of the rom-com? Back in the early- to mid-90s, it
was simple. Boy meets girl. Girl isn't interested. Boy chases girl
until he catches her. Done and done. But the new millennium version of this genre puts
increasingly complicated roadblocks in the paths of the protagonists.
Trump's public and private blaming over the failure of his healthcare plan, Idaho jobless figures hold steady, two Boise juveniles arrested over social media threats and Hollywood faces the possibility of another major writers' strike.