New Movies at Chinook!

We're always getting the hottest new movies, as well as Classic Films and some of the best of non-english cinema! Check out our eight newest movies, coming to a branch library near you! 

 

#1- Fate of the Furious

One of the Mega-Hits of 2017! Fate of the Furious continues the High-Octane adventures of Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel), Roman Pierce (Tyrese Gibson), Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson), and the rest of the crew. When Dom is coerced by a ruthless cyber-terrorist (Charlize Theron) into working for her, the rest of the team must unite to rescue him.A movie filled with great cast chemistry, and over the top action!

#2- Going in Style

A remake of the 1979 George Burns Film by the same name. Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin and Michael Caine star as three retirees who resolve to stick it to the man, when their pension fund is dissolved. Heist Comedies rarely look like this! 

#3- T2: Trainspotting

The sequel to the 1996 Black Comedy 'Trainspotting' reunites much of the original cast (Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller). 20 years after escaping Scotland with £16,000 in drug money, Mark Renton (McGregor), is forced by circumstance to return home, finding that while much has changed, much is still the same. Before long, the characters are back to scheming, and trying to get ahead any way they can. 

#4- CHIPS

A 2017 buddy-cop comedy starring Dax Shepard and Michael Peña, which reimagines the 1977 television series, which chronicles the (mis)adventures of Officers John Baker and Frank 'Ponch' Poncherello. 

#5- Kong: Skull Island

The 2017 Reboot of the King Kong Franchise! A modern retelling of the classic cinematic monster, featuring thrilling visuals and effects, and a star-studded cast (which includes Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddleston, John C. Reily, Brie Larson & John Goodman). 

#6- Gold

A 2016 Crime-Drama, starring Matthew McConaughey, Edgar Ramirez and Bryce Dallas Howard. Loosely based on the 1996 Bre-X Gold Mining Scandal. 

#7- DragonHeart

A 2017 sequel to the DragonHeart Series. Patrick Stewart voices Draco, which is amazing. 

 #8- Land of Mine

A 2015 Danish-German War Drama, winner of Best Foreign Film at the 89th Academy Awards, which tells the story of German POW's who are used as laborers to clear out mines in post-WWII Denmark.