ZookeeperAnimal caretaker, Griffin Keyes loves his animals at the Franklin Park Zoo. But when Griffin decides he wants to meet the woman of his dreams and give up his career taking care of the animals for a different job — the animals aren’t willing to let him go. They teach him out to court women animal-style. But in order to put their plan in motion the animals spill their secret — they can talk. Rated PG.
Horrible bossesNick, Kurt and Dale have one thing in common — horrible bosses. Dealing with harrassment, incompetency, and discrimination, what should they do? Quitting is not an option so they devise a plan to permanently get rid of their bad bosses with murder. They seek the help of an ex-con, who may or may not be trustworthy in order to devise a seemingly foolproof plan.The question is, will it work?Rated R.
Harry potter and the deathly hollows: Part 2Harry, Ron and Hermione must find the last of the Horcruxes as a full-out war emerges between good and evil at Hogwarts in this final Harry Potter adventure as Harry and his friends come face-to-face the villain, Lord Voldermort again.Many questions remain for Harry. Will Harry and his friends be able to defeat the Dark Lord?Rated PG-13.
Winnie the poohIn the first big-screen adaptation of the famous Disney animation, Winnie the Pooh along with his friends — Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Kanga, Roo and Eeyore. When a mysterious note shows up, Pooh thinks Christopher Robin has been kidnapped and sets out with his friends to find Christopher.Rated G.
FAST FIVE: The IMAX EXPERIENCESince former cop Brian O’Conner and Mia Toretto broke Dom Toretto out of custody, they’ve blown across many borders to elude authorities. Now they must pull one last job to gain their freedom. As they assemble their team of top racers, the allies know their only shot of getting out for good means confronting the corrupt businessman who wants them dead.Rated PG-13.
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Wednesday WLTZ at 8 p.m.for Minute to Win ItIt’s a sister act in this new episode, as two pairs of siblings — Rebecca and Cara, and Elizabeth and Kassandra — compete for the million-dollar prize. Also, two friends, Shalaina and Marina, join forces to try for the big bucks with such stunts as building.
ThursdayWLTZ at 9 p.m. for The OfficeDesperate to boost his flagging sales, Andy (Ed Helms) holds a small-business seminar, but Michael and Holly (Steve Carell, Amy Ryan) turn the event into an improv challenge. Erin and Gabe (Ellie Kemper, Zach Woods) compete in a Scrabble battle. Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer also star in The Seminar.FridayWXTX at 8 p.m. for BonesAfter a failed bike stunt, a BMX rider’s remains are discovered on a warehouse roof, leading Booth and Brennan (David Boreanaz, Emily Deschanel) to question the victim’s fellow riders, while Hodgins and fellow “squint” Fisher (TJ Thyne, guest star Joel David Moore) identify the corpse’s many fractures.
SaturdayWLTZ at 9 p.m. for Law & Order: Criminal IntentGoren and Eames (Vincent D’Onofrio, Kathryn Erbe) go uptown — way uptown — to investigate the murder of a wealthy executive (David Alan Basche). They uncover a connection to a bookie’s daughter (Alexandra Silber) from Inwood, the neighborhood at the very northern tip of Manhattan, who used to date the victim. Eric Sheffer Stevens and Julie White also guest star in The Last Street in Manhattan.
SundayLIFE at 9 p.m. for Drop Dead DivaJane helps a mother and her son, who has dwarfism, sue the sperm bank from which the boy was conceived. After Parker diverts his bachelor party to a strip club, Grayson takes on one of the dancers as a client and represents her in front of Judge Hemmings.
MondayTDC at 9 p.m. for Man vs. WildBrokeback Mountain was never like this. In this new episode, Jake Gyllenhaal joins Bear Grylls for a two-day survival exercise in Iceland — home of huge glaciers and some of the most active volcanoes in Europe. The actor will be following in Bear’s footsteps, but occasionally he’ll have to take the lead himself. This could get interesting.
TuesdayWRBL at 8 p.m. for NCISGibbs (Mark Harmon) must take desperate measures to protect his loved ones with Paloma Reynosa (guest star Jacqueline Obradors) still on the loose as her cartel’s vendetta against him begins to boil over. Ralph Waite, Muse Watson and Marco Sanchez reprise their recurring guest roles in Spider and the Fly.
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By Jay Bobbin© Zap2itRANGO: All sorts of Old West conventions and cliches get sent up in this often clever animated parody that reteams Johnny Depp with Gore Verbinski, his director on the first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Rango is a literal chameleon who ends up in a town in need of a savior, boosting him into the role of unlikely hero. The voice cast also includes Isla Fisher, Alfred Molina, Bill Nighy, Abigail Breslin, Ned Beatty, Harry Dean Stanton and Timothy Olyphant. (Rated PG)
ARTHUR: Russell Brand replaces Dudley Moore in this remake of the 1981 comedy ... but really, who could ever replace Moore? That’s much of the problem here, as Brand tries to assume the title role of a boozy heir even more reluctant to go through with an arranged marriage when he meets the woman of his dreams. Helen Mirren is more credible in succeeding John Gielgud as Arthur’s guardian. Jennifer Garner plays Arthur’s would-be bride, with Nick Nolte as her rich and stubborn father. (Rated PG-13)
THE LINCOLN LAWYER: Early on, Matthew McConaughey established himself with impressive roles such as the lawyer in A Time to Kill. He gets back to that profession, and that energy, in this smartly paced drama about a case that restores a sense of purpose to the attorney in question. His representing a rich playboy seems an easy matter at first, but it turns into much more. Based on Michael Connelly’s novel, the film also features Marisa Tomei, William H. Macy, Josh Lucas and John Leguizamo. (Rated R)
INSIDIOUS: Sinister spirits invade the new home of a couple — played by Patrick Wilson (who becomes a television star this fall in CBS’ A Gifted Man and Rose Byrne (Damages) — but the source of the scares is surprising in this thriller, which made an impressive box-office showing on a small budget. Big hint: Keep an eye on a younger family member (Ty Simpkins). Two veterans of the Saw franchise, director James Wan and screenwriter Leigh Whannell — who’s a co-star here as well — worked on the film that also features Barbara Hershey (Black Swan). (Rated PG-13)