A little romance, a lot of inspiration at the cinema this week
FAIRFIELD – This weekend, several new films will be offered to viewers.
At the Regal Theaters in Fairfield will be “Radhe Shyam” a romantic film in Hindu. Also in theaters will be “Tyson’s Race” about an autistic teenager who starts high school with the dream of becoming a marathon winner.
Open nationwide are:
“Tyson’s Race” in which Tyson (Major Dodson) attends public school for the first time. While helping his father clean up after the football team, Tyson befriends marathon champion Aklilu. Autism never stopped him from pursuing his dreams and he became determined to run his first marathon. The film is rated PG.
“Radhe Shyam” an Indian period romance film written and directed by Radha Krishna Kumar, starring Prabhas and Pooja Hegde. This movie is in Hindi with subtitles and is unrated.
In nationally limited release are:
“The Hyperions”, in which Professor Ruckus Mandelbaum (Cary Elwes) invents the Titan badge that gives humans superpowers. A small family of superheroes is formed. A decade later, in 1979, a new line of superheroes has taken over the badges and two of the originals want them back. This film is rated R.
“Fear,” in which friends reunite after a pandemic to relax and celebrate the end of a long ordeal in the remote mountains of Tahoe to stay at the “Historic Strawberry Lodge”. Peace and quiet is not found at the resort as slowly it becomes apparent that something is wrong at the Strawberry Lodge. This film is not rated.
“Gold,” in which two wanderers, traveling through the desert, find the largest nugget of gold ever discovered. They hatch a plan to get the nugget out of the ground with one man returning with the equipment while the other has to wait, guarding the prize. The task of waiting becomes a fight for survival – battling wild dogs and horrible weather. The question is, will his friend come back for him? The film is rated R.
“The Exorcism of God”, in which American priest Peter Williams (Will Beinbrink) hides a dark and oppressive secret. While working in Mexico, locals believed him to be a saint, but that may not be the case. He must face the demons that haunt him, to find his redemption. The film is rated R.
“I’m here,” a documentary that tells the true story of Ella Blumenthal. She celebrates her 98 years in the film while sharing her remarkable story. She is one of the oldest living survivors to testify to the Holocaust. The film tells its story through a mix of dynamic animation and documentary footage. The film is rated PG-13.
For more information on Edwards Cinemas in Fairfield, visit www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-edwards-fairfield-imax. For Vacaville timetables, go to www.brendentheatres.com. For Vallejo timetables, see www.cinemark.com/theatres/ca-vallejo. More information on upcoming films can be found at www.movieinsider.com.