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MOVIES - Week of January 17
Bad Boys for LifeBad Boys for Life
When Mike (Will Smith) takes on a dangerous case, Marcus (Martin Lawrence) reluctantly decides to join him for one last ride. 124 min. (In theatres & IMAX)
An eccentric veterinarian (Robert Downey Jr.) who can talk to animals sets out to find a cure for the queen’s illness. 106 min (In theatres & IMAX)
Frozen II Sing-AlongFrozen II Sing-Along
Sing along to the tunes from the hit movie Frozen II, along with Anna, Elsa, Olaf and Kristoff during this special engagement. 104 min
Les MisérablesLes Misérables
In the Paris suburbs, tensions are running high between neighborhood gangs in this Oscar-nominated drama. 102 min (Toronto; opens in additional cities Jan 24)
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