You’ve worked hard all week, and you deserve some down time. Spend your evening checking out some of these newly released flicks. Grab the popcorn, because these films are JET approved! JETflix Fridays starts now…
After taking her aptitude test, Beatrice “Tris” Prior finds out she’s Divergent. But she is warned to keep her status a secret or else she could be killed. Soon after her discovery, Tris teams up with four others with the same mysterious title. Together they plot and scheme to understand what makes Divergents so dangerous, before their cover is blown. Based on the bestselling trilogy by Veronica Roth, this sci-fi action film stars Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Zoe Kravitz. Check out this movie in theaters now.
MUPPETS MOST WANTED
When The Muppets venture out for their world tour, they thought they’d only be singing and dancing on stages to entertain the masses. In Europe, the gang soon realizes that’s untrue and find themselves entangled in a jewelry heist. While Kermit is imprisoned for the crime, it is Constantine, a Kermit look-alike and the one of world’s most notorious criminals, who is truly responsible. Will the troop be able to prove their ringleader’s innocence? With appearances from an array of stars, such as Sean “Diddy” Combs and Usher, uncover the answer when you head to the theaters tonight.
One district attorney, Mitch Brockden (Dominic Cooper), fights the case of his life when he must acquit an accused man (Samuel L. Jackson) of the hit and run crime he actually committed. Although seemingly successful at his plan, it’s a failure. The up and coming lawyer freed a guilty man. Now, he’s on a chase to hunt down the killer before more people fall victim to his sinister actions. Pick up your copy of this crime-thriller to see if Brockden can unveil the truth.
MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM
The latest Mandela biopic begins with his childhood and traces his steps to his election as the first Black president of South Africa in 1994. Starring Idris Elba and Naomie Harris, our past cover stars, the iconic film is in stores now. “You know, for me, that is a piece of history, told by film. …it’s a great, massive opportunity, massive responsibility to play Mr. Mandela,” Idris said in our exclusive chat with him earlier this year.