Hitting theaters this weekend (March 24-26) - Tucson News Now

Hitting theaters this weekend (March 24-26)

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

From famous cops and power rangers to a vegetarian turned cannibal, there's plenty in store on the big screen this weekend!

Every Thursday, we sit down with Film Critic Herb Stratford to talk about new movies hitting the big screen. 

Here's what you can watch for beginning Friday, March 24:

  • Chips
  • Life
  • Power Rangers

The Loft:

  • Raw
  • Wilson

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