Movies to Watch: January 2018

Alexia Ayuk, Special Projects Editor

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The Post, PG-13

Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks star as a duo working as publisher and editor, respectively, at The Washington Post who uncover major government secrets. The two must make the decision of at what cost and risk of their freedoms should they expose the truth.

Premieres January 12th


Proud Mary, R

Starring Taraji P. Henson as Mary, this upcoming American action-thriller follows her as a hitwoman in Boston. In an unfortunate turn of events, Mary accidentally kills the wrong person and leaves a young boy orphaned.

Premieres January 12th


Molly’s Game, R

Based on the true story of former Olympic skier Molly Bloom, this movie follows her as she runs the highest stakes poker game in the country for over a decade. Her criminal lawyer, played by Idris Elba, soon realizes how little the media knows about Molly’s story.

Premieres January 5th


Insidious: Last Key, PG-13

After receiving a concerning phone call from a man claiming her childhood home is haunted, Elise travels with two investigative partners to confront her biggest fear from the past.

Premieres January 5th


12 Strong, R

Following the events of 9/11, a new captain must lead the first Special Forces team into Afghanistan to take down the Taliban with the help of an unlikely Afghan warlord.

Premieres January 19th


Den of Thieves, R

An elite division of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department must combat a notorious group of robbers who are planning the impossible heist over the 120 million dollars taken out of circulation daily by the city’s Federal Reserve.

Premieres January 19th


Maze Runner: The Death Cure, PG-13

In the last installment of the Maze Runner trilogy, Thomas leads his group of escaped Gladers on their most dangerous task yet. Their mission to break into legendary Last City is the most challenging maze of all, but those who escape will receive the answers to questions they have had since the beginning.

Premieres January 26th


The Commuter, PG-13

On his daily commute back home, Michael (Liam Neeson) is contacted by a mysterious stranger to uncover the identity of a hidden passenger. As he tries to solve the mystery before the last stop, he realizes that he is involved in a criminal conspiracy that could endanger the lives of everyone on the train.

Premieres January 12th