Tag, with an A-List cast that includes Jeremy Renner, Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Hannibal Buress, and Jake Johnson, is it at O’Neil Cinemas starting Thursday, June 14.
The film is about a group of friends who’ve played tag for one month every year since they were in grade school. But when their one friend who’s never been “it” wants to retire (Renner), the group decides to set out to finally get him. The comedy is Rated R.
Tag joins a long list of movie titles based on childhood games.
Walter Matthau and Glenda Jackson star in his adventure comedy about a CIA agent who goes on the run after writing a tell-all memoir that will embarrass his bosses.
Billy Baldwin and Jodi Lyn O’Keefe (She’s All That) star as siblings who discover startling family secrets after the death of their father. (Sounds like a film that would pair nicely with Hereditary, now playing at O’Neil Cinemas).
Vince Vaughn stars in this film about a group of “Average Joes” who participate in the national dodgeball championship to maintain ownership of their favorite gym before a corporate health guru takes over (Ben Stiller).
In the wake of his wife’s suicide, a widower (Robert DeNiro) tries to put his life back together by moving out to the country with his young daughter (Dakota Fanning). But his daughter has an imaginary friend named Charlie who could be dangerous.
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A harmless game of Truth or Dare turns deadly when someone or something starts to push the boundaries of the game. Stars Lucy Hale (TV’s Pretty Little Liars).