Jumping the broom
Issues of class arise when two people from different socioeconomic backgrounds fall in love and get married in Jumping the Broom. Although Sabrina and Jason are in love and ready to say their wedding vows, they must deal with their families who don’t get along. Sabrina comes from a wealthy family with old money and Jason is from a working-class family. Will the pair be able to stay together despite the differences?Rated PG-13.
Annie promises to be the maid of honor at her best friend’s wedding despite being broke, single and depressed about her life.
She leads her best friend’s bridesmaids through a comedic adventure as she fakes her way through the expensive side of wedding planning.
Will she be able to pull through? The movie covers the ups and downs of friendships among women in a light-hearted way.
In an alternative world, society is ruined because of a war that has been going on for centuries between humans and vampires.
After surviving the last vampire war, a warrior priest disobeys his church when he goes after a group of vampires that kidnapped his niece.
On the search for the vampires, he brings along two allies — his niece’s gun-toting boyfriend and a warrior priestess with special powers.Rated PG-13.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Coming to audiences in Disney Digital 3-D, Captain Jack Sparrow finds himself on another adventure after meeting Angelica, a mysterious woman he shares a past with. Sparrow is unsure of his feelings for Angelica. She might be using him to find the mythical Fountain of Youth when she forces him onto “Queen Anne’s Revenge,” the ship belonging to Blackbeard.Rated PG-13.
Follow a team of ambitious filmmakers and the VORTEX2 research team as they go on a scientific adventure to document the birth of a tornado on film and uncover the science about how these mysterious natural phenomena are formed.
Ride along with these storm chasers as they put themselves as close as possible to get to the heart of a tornado, putting them directly in the path of danger.Not rated.
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WTVM at 8 p.m. for The Middle
After mistakenly asking the wrong girl to the prom, Axl (Charlie McDermott) wants to get out of it by simply standing her up. Frankie and Mike (Patricia Heaton, Neil Flynn) are having none of that, however, and they insist he either keep the date or break it in person. A stage success has Brick (Atticus Shaffer) boring his parents silly with his subsequent one-man improv shows. Eden Sher also stars in the new episode The Prom.
WLTZ at 8 p.m. for Community
New interlopers ramp up the drama at Greendale’s year-ending paintball tournament in the season finale. Jeff and Annie (Joel McHale, Alison Brie) and the rest of the study group disagree about strategy, but they’re all in agreement on the importance of working together to win. Chevy Chase and Gillian Jacobs also star in For a Few Paintballs More.
WRBL at 10 p.m. for Blue Bloods
A drug bust points the finger at some dirty cops in the season finale. Sounds like a job for the boys in Internal Affairs, but Frank (Tom Selleck) decides against involving them in hopes that this case will lead to the exposure of the Blue Templar, the mysterious secret society that’s been a thorn in the family’s side. Donnie Wahlberg, Will Estes and Bridget Moynahan also star in The Blue Templar.
WLTZ at 8 p.m. for Chase
The marshals are having trouble with their latest case: capturing a dangerous criminal with a solid wall of friends and family protecting him. They call in bounty hunter Ben Crowley (Eddie Cibrian) to help. Annie (Kelli Giddish) has strange dreams involving Ben and Jimmy (Cole Hauser); her father (William Sadler) also appears in the dreams with a disturbing premonition. Amaury Nolasco also stars in the new episode The Man at the Altar.
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A progressive dinner party to celebrate Susan’s return to Wisteria Lane ends in murder. Arrested in connection with Paul’s poisoning, Susan tries to explain that she’s being framed by Felicia. Gaby learns who her stalker is. Bree suspects her new boyfriend is gay in the two-hour season finale, And Lots of Security...; Come On Over for Dinner.
WRBL at 8:30 p.m. for Mad Love
As Ben and Kate (Jason Biggs, Sarah Chalke) consider taking things to the next level, a revelation from her ex-boyfriend threatens the future of the relationship. Connie and Larry’s (Judy Greer, Tyler Labine) fake date takes a turn for the real in the season finale, After the Fireworks.
WXTX at 8 p.m. for Glee
As the members of New Directions work on their set list for Nationals, with assistance from Jesse St. James (Jonathan Groff), someone at McKinley deals with the unexpected loss of a loved one. Matthew Morrison, Jane Lynch, Lea Michele and Dianna Agron also star in the new episode Funeral.
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By Jay Bobbin
Jason Statham has established himself as a rugged action machine in such franchises as The Transporter and Crank, and he’s back in tough-guy mode in this four-decades-later update of the Charles Bronson melodrama about a professional assassin who becomes an unlikely teacher. The “student” is a victim’s son (Ben Foster) whose thirst for vengeance comes to endanger both men. Donald Sutherland also appears, though relatively briefly, for director Simon West (Con Air). (Rated: R)
Things turn decidedly creepy in this only mildly thrilling thriller for a college freshman (Minka Kelly, Friday Night Lights) whose new roomie (Leighton Meester, Gossip Girl) seems to be everything one could want in a space sharer ... at first, anyway. As time goes on, the Meester character displays potentially dangerous, possibly even lethal tendencies. Cam Gigandet (Burlesque) and Titanic alumni Billy Zane and Frances Fisher also are in the cast. (Rated: PG-13)
COVERT AFFAIRS: SEASON ONE
After big-screen successes with such movies as Coyote Ugly and Cheaper by the Dozen, Piper Perabo made a successful move to television series work last year with this USA Network adventure about a novice CIA agent. Teamed with a blind computer whiz (Christopher Gorham) and overseen by a no-nonsense agency veteran (Kari Matchett), the newcomer tries to keep her occupation a secret from her loved ones ... though she’s haunted by the apparent death of the man she loved (Eion Bailey), another spy. (Not rated)