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Absurd Accident
: The Chinese indie crime comedy, a entrance by executive Li Yuhe about a obscure crime in a farming tiny town, has been compared to cinema by a Coen brothers. Not rated. At a 4 Star Theatre.

Annabelle: Creation: A nun and several girls from a sealed institution pierce in with a bereaved dollmaker, his mother and a hexed doll in this fear supplement starring Stephanie Sigman, Talitha Bateman, Anthony LaPaglia and Miranda Otto. Rated R.

Columbus: The son of a eminent design academician forges an astonishing cognisance with a immature design fan in a visually striking, peaceful regretful play created and destined by Kogonada, who appears in chairman during name screenings Aug. 11-12. Not rated. At a Opera Plaza.

False Confessions
: The French dramedy stars Isabelle Huppert as a rich widow who unwittingly hires a soft younger male (Louis Garrel) as her accountant. Not rated. At a Opera Plaza.

The Glass Castle: Brie Larson stars as a immature lady who strives to find her possess approach after flourishing adult in a tighten unusual family in a film formed on Jeannette Walls’ best-selling memoir. Rated PG-13.

In This Corner of a World: A immature lady moves to a tiny city nearby Hiroshima in 1944 in an charcterised story formed on a manga by Fumiyo Kouno in Japanese with English subtitles. Rated PG-13. At Century SF Centre.

Menashe
: The film by Joshua Z Weinstein set in New York’s Hasidic village is about a kind though untimely clerk who tries to say control of his son after his mother passes away. Rated PG. At a Embarcadero.

The Nut Job 2-Nutty by Nature
: The follow-up to a 2014 charcterised comedy finds Surly Squirrel and friends fighting to save their park from development; a film includes voices by Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl and Maya Rudolph. Rated PG.

Once Upon a Time: Over a march of a millennium, a enchantress is sent to a mortal universe where she falls in adore and encounters an aged rivalry in a Chinese film starring Yang Yang, Yifei Liu and Yikuan Ya. Not rated. At AMC Metreon.

The Only Living Boy in New York
: An individualist neighbor shares his knowledge with a new college grad, whose life is difficult by his father’s mistress in a film starring Kate Beckinsale, Pierce Brosnan, Kiersey Clemons, Cynthia Nixon, Callum Turner, and Jeff Bridges. Rated R.

A Taxi Driver: In 1980 Korea, a cabbie takes a unfamiliar publisher to Gwangju where they find themselves in a midst of a troops encircle in a Korean film destined by Jang Hoon. Not rated. At AMC Van Ness.

Whose Streets?
: The documentary by Sabaah Folayan is an comment of a Ferguson, Mo. overthrow as told by a people who lived it, looking during how a murdering of 18-year-old Michael Brown desirous a village to quarrel back. Not rated. At a Embarcadero.

Wind River: The action-adventure film stars Elizabeth Olsen as a rookie FBI representative who teams with a town’s maestro diversion tracker (Jeremy Renner) to examine a murder that occurred on a Native American reservation. Rated R. At a Century SF Centre 9 and Kabuki.

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Films opening Friday, Aug. 11, 2017

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