New releases include Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Vacation and more

Mission: Impossible - Rogue-Nation-IMAX-PosterOpening this week are some movies that are well worth your time. The highly anticipated Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation hits theaters. Can it overtake Ant-Man in the number one spot at the box office? Also coming out is the documentary A LEGO Brickumentarya lighthearted and informative on the past, present and future of LEGO. ~Greg Chisholm 

Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is back with the rest of his IMF team in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. This time the stakes are higher than they have ever been. When a list exposing every agent’s identity leaks, the team is in real trouble and must fight off hordes of would-be assassins who are as highly trained as they are. William (Jeremy Renner), Benji (Simon Pegg) and the rest of the team have to figure out how to infiltrate a building, prove the existence of the Syndicate and bring them down, risking their lives in the process.
Trailer: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

It’s been 30 years since Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) attempted to take his family to Walley World in the 1983 movie Vacation. Now his son Rusty (Ed Helms) is all grown up and ready to take his wife and sons cross country for their own adventure in the all-new sequel, also titled Vacation. Watch as the Griswolds get themselves into all kinds of new and exiting adventures on their journey to the great amusement park. With any luck the park won’t be closed this time.
Trailer: Vacation

It doesn’t matter who you are, where you’re from, or what you do  chances are you have played with LEGO. A LEGO Brickumentary takes a look at the past, present and future of LEGO, the impact it has had on the world and the differences it makes in the lives of people young and old, every single day. Narrated by Jason Bateman, this documentary will captivate you.
Trailer: A LEGO Brickumentary

Kelsey Grammer and John Lithgow appear in Best of Enemies, the story of William F. Buckley, Jr. and Gore Vidal, who took part in a televised debate on ABC in 1968 during the Democratic and Republican national conventions. Intending to feature commentary on the day, the debate sparked an on-air battle that led to skyrocketing ratings, setting a new era in public discourse.
Trailer: Best of Enemies

 

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