Here are the new movies on demand and at your local Rogers Plus:
‘The Adjustment Bureau’
Matt Damon plays a New York politician named David Norris, who, as the movie opens, is wrapping up a campaign to become the state’s youngest U.S. senator. Norris is practicing a crucial speech in a hotel men’s room on election night when he meets Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt). That Elise is hanging out in the men’s room is but the first tipoff that she’s a free spirit. As a couple, David and Elise are clearly meant to be, but David’s “future” may have other plans. The Fates are aligned in the form of the title outfit, led by a no-nonsense operative (John Slattery, in a crafty, deadpan take).
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules”:
Zachary Gordon returns as Greg Heffley, who’s still stuck in middle school and in a mutually miserable relationship with his older brother (Devon Bostick). Also reprising their roles: Steve Zahn as dad, Rachael Harris as mom, Robert Capron as Rowley and local actor Karan Brar as Chirag.
Liam Neeson stars in this twisty tale of lost identity.
A second-century Roman centurion (Channing Tatum) and his loyal slave (Jamie Bell) go out in search of a lost golden emblem.
Running together are three tales of 20-something New Yorkers in love.
A comedy starring Ed Helms, John C. Reilly, Anne Heche and Isiah Whitlock Jr. as insurance agents gathering for a convention.