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October 13, 2016 - Finding Carter
Many cinema aren’t screened for critics. The reasons change though a outcome is a same: no review.
With that in mind, here are some sum on 3 films personification in Bakersfield that you’ll have to see and decider for yourself.
The science-fiction journey “Max Steel” is formed on a line of movement total and has been in a works for a series of years. Once meant to be a car for “Twilight” star Taylor Lautner, a film stars Ben Winchell, of MTV’s “Finding Carter.” Rated PG-13. Running time: 100 minutes.
“Priceless” is a story of James Stevens (Joel Smallbone), a male who, after a genocide of his mother and losing control of his small girl, is during a crossroad. Angry, desperate, and incompetent to reason down a solid job, he agrees to expostulate a box lorry on a shady, one-time outing cranky nation for money — no questions asked. But when he discovers what he is delivering is indeed who, he is compelled to save dual pleasing and fearful sisters (Bianca Santos and Amber Midthunder) who are unknowingly of a risk that awaits them. Rated: PG-13. Running time: 97 minutes. Showing: Maya Cinemas, 1000 California Ave.
In a charcterised journey supplement “La Leyenda del Chupacabras,” Leo San Juan (voice of Benny Mendoza) is taken restrained when he gets mistaken for an mutinous insurgent by a royalist army soldiers while on a road. While sealed in an aged deserted priory among other rebels, a frightening swift beast appears subsequent to them: El Chupacabras, who attacks prisoners and guards alike. Abandoned to their fate, Leo and a rebels contingency quarrel a beast and shun before a royalists blow adult a convent. Rated: PG. Running time: 81 minutes. Showing: Maya Cinemas, 1000 California Ave.