Horrible Bosses (Warner Bros. Pictures) – Nick Hendricks (Jason Bateman), Dale Arbus (Charlie Day) and Kurt Buckman (Jason Sudeikis) have much more in common than just a simple friendship; all three hate their bosses to death. While Dr. Julia Harris (Jennifer Aniston) spends her days harassing her dental assistant, Dale, insane drug addict Bobby Pellitt (Colin Farrell) not only is out to ruin Kurt’s career, but also wants to dispose of toxic waste illegally. Similarly, David Harken (Kevin Spacey) flat out refuses to give Nick the promotion he deserves. The three meet in a bar and, with the help of an ex-con, plot the demise oftheir bosses. Directed by: Seth Gordon.

Featuring Harry Connick Jr & Ashley Judd, this motivational yet true film centeres on the friendship between a boy and a dolphin whose tail was lost in a crab trap.

Final Destination (Warner Bros. Pictures) – There is no way to escape the ultimate destiny of death. In Final Destination 5, having foreseen the tragedy that would be, a man saves the lives of several suspended on a bridge. With the will to survive, the group tries anything to escape their inevitable fate. Directed by: Steven Quale.

Warrior (Lionsgate) – Being complete opposites, brothers Tommy (Tom Hardy) and Brendan (Joel Edgerton) have a disastrous relationship. At 16, Brendan abandons his mother and younger brother Tommy because of his father’s (Nick Nolte) drunken ways. A visible and heart-felt resentment exists between these siblings for different reasons; the two eventually face off in the boxing ring of a violent tournament for Mixed Martial Arts. Directed by: Gavin O’Connor.

Dolphin Tale (Warner Bros.) – Based on true events, Sawyer Nelson (Nathan Gamble) and a fisherman (Richard Libertini) rescue Winter, a dolphin that has lost her tail in a crab trap off the Florida coast. With the help of the Clearwater Marine team of experts and Dr. Cameron McCarthy (Morgan Freeman), Winter’s life is saved. Directed by: Charles Martin Smith.

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