Studio: Universal Studios (105 mins.)
Studio: Warner Bros. (1hr. 2 mins.)
Plot: Lara Croft, the fiercely independent daughter of a missing adventurer, must push herself beyond her limits when she finds herself on the island where her father disappeared.
Studio: 20th Century Fox (1 hr. 40 min)
Studio: Sony/Marvel (2 hrs. 13 min.)
Studio: Disney (2 hr. 9 min)
Studio: Lionsgate (2 hr. 4 min)
Morgan Freeman as Willie, Michael Caine as Joe Harding and Alan Arkin as Albert Garner
Studio: Warner Bros. (1hr 36mins)
Terrence Howard in Hustle & Flow
By Samantha Ofole-Prince
Terrence Howard really needs no formal introduction. We all know him as the music mogul, Lucious Lyon, from the hugely successful Fox Network drama “Empire.” An actor with incredible versatility, he’s played several cops, a doctor, a politician and a pimp and has been in over 40 movies since making his scene-stealing big screen debut as Cowboy in the 1995 Hughes brother’s film “Dead Presidents.” From the womanizing Quentin in Malcolm D. Lee’s indie film, “The Best Man,” a swim coach in “Pride,” to former South African leader Nelson Mandela in “Winnie Mandela,” the Chicago native has had quite a prolific career. Samantha Ofole-Prince delves into Howard’s film archives to scoop out our six favorites.