A number of areas are enjoying March break next week (March 16 to 20), so we want to let you know what movies are available that may appeal to students in the coming weeks. The following movies are currently playing or will be opening on Friday:
Disney presents a live action version of the beloved fairy tale in Cinderella, directed by Kenneth Branagh and starring Lily James as Cinderella and Richard Madden as the prince. Watch the trailer here and check for showtimes by clicking here or here for IMAX showtimes. It is rated G across Canada.
The Disney film McFarland is a great choice for the whole family. Based on a true story, it’s about a high school coach Jim White (Kevin Costner) who starts a running program at his school and turns migrant workers into a winning team. Watch the trailer here and click for showtimes. It has a G rating.
Paddington tells the story of the adorable, yet mischievous bear from Peru who winds up in London and is named after a train station. It has a G rating across Canada. Watch the trailer here and click here for showtimes.
The DUFF stars Mae Whitman as high school senior Bianca, who’s been labelled the “designated ugly fat friend” by prettier students, including Disney star Bella Thorne. Bianca finds a way to turns her social status around. Watch the trailer here and click here for showtimes. Rated G, PG, or 14A depending on your location. Check showtimes for the rating in your area.
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water is a popular movie with audiences. Rated G across Canada, it follows SpongeBob and his friends as they try to find out who stole the secret Krabby Patty formula. Watch the trailer here and click here for showtimes.
Focus stars Will Smith as a con man who teams up with an aspiring female con artist (Margot Robbie) who’s about as gorgeous as they come. Enjoy the fun as you try to figure who out who’s conning who? Watch the trailer here and click here for showtimes. Rated 14A in most provinces – to find the rating in your location, check the showtimes.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 will appeal to older students – it’s rated 13+, 14A or 18A, depending on where you live. In this sequel, the pals realize their futures are pretty bleak, thanks to things they’ve done in the past and they travel to the moment things went wrong to see if they can fix it. Watch the trailer here and click here for showtimes.