FAIRFIELD — A little romance is coming to theaters this weekend along with a dose of warfare.
“Redeeming Love” is the story of a young couple who face the hardships of the Gold Rush in California during the 1850s.
The movie stars Abigail Cowen and Tom Lewis.
Angel (Cowen) is sold into prostitution as a young child. Her heart grows cold and hard over the years until she meets Michael Hosea (Lewis) who helps her see that love can heal old wounds.
The film is based on a novel by Francine Rivers of the same name and is rated PG-13.
“The King’s Daughter” follows Louis XIV (Pierce Brosnan), who becomes obsessed with his own mortality and the future of France.
He turms to his spiritual adviser, Père La Chaise (William Hurt), who tells him the key to immortality lies with a mermaid (Fan Bingbing). The king’s orphaned daughter, Marie-Josèphe (Kaya Scodelario), returns to court and complicates his plans. Marie-Josèphe finds a bond with the mermaid and tries to stop her father from extracting the creature’s life force.
The film is rated PG.
“The Tiger Rising” is the tale of reserved 12-year-old Rob Horton lets his imagination run wild as he starts a new life in rural Florida, a contrast to his sad reality of a bullied boy who just lost his mother.
One day, however, his reality is met with something more whimsical than his own mind can ever desire: a full-grown Bengal tiger, hidden in the woods and held captive by the mean-spirited motel owner, Beauchamp (Dennis Quaid). With the help of a wise and mysterious maid, Willie May (Queen Latifah) and the stubborn new girl in school Sistine (Madalen Mills), Rob must decide whether to set the tiger free and in turn uncage his emotional grief.
The film is rated PG.
“Munich: The Edge of War” is based on the international bestseller by Robert Harris.
It is Autumn 1938 and Europe stands on the brink of war. Adolf Hitler is preparing to invade Czechoslovakia and Neville Chamberlain’s government desperately seeks a peaceful solution. With the pressure building, Hugh Legat, British civil servant, and Paul von Hartmann, German diplomat, travel to Munich for the emergency conference.
As negotiations begin, the two old friends find themselves at the center of a web of political subterfuge and very real danger. With the whole world watching, can war be averted and, if so, at what cost?
The film stars Jessica Brown Findlay, Alex Jennings, Christian Schwochow and Jeremy Irons and is rated PG-13.
“Warhunt” is set in 1945 and tells a tale of a U.S. military cargo plane that loses control and violently crashes behind enemy lines in the middle of the German black forest.
Ruthless Maj. Johnson (Mickey Rourke) sends a squad of his bravest soldiers on a rescue mission to retrieve the top secret material the plane was carrying. Led by Sgt. Brewer (Robert Knepper) and Walsh (Jackson Rathbone), the soldiers venture deep into the forest near the crash site. They soon discover hanged Nazi soldiers and other dead bodies bearing ancient, magical symbols.
Suddenly their compasses fail, their perceptions twist. Straying from the group leads to profound horror as they are attacked by a powerful, supernatural force. Fighting for their sanity and struggling to survive, they must uncover the shocking truth behind the force before the Nazis and do everything they can to remove all evidence it ever existed, even at the cost of their own lives. The film is rated R.
For information on Edwards Cinemas in Fairfield, visit www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-edwards-fairfield-imax. For Vacaville showtimes, visit www.brendentheatres.com. For Vallejo showtimes, check www.cinemark.com/theatres/ca-vallejo. More information about upcoming films is available at www.movieinsider.com.