Here are a week’s new movies:
After traffic with a absolute savage in “Beauty and a Beast,” Emma Watson takes on a brutal tech company, where Tom Hanks is a ethically challenged boss. Based on a Dave Eggers novel. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:50.
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A immature L.A. transport sorceress contingency use his powers to strengthen his small sister. Rated R. Time: 1:30.
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“How to Be a Latin Lover”
In his initial English-language starring role, Mexican actor/director/producer Eugenio Derbez plays an aging ladies’ male whose latest dissection army him to pierce in with his sister (Salma Hayek) and learn something about family. Kansas City’s Rob Riggle has a bit part. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:55.
Not screened for critics.
In this latest film by acclaimed Romanian executive Cristian Mungiu (“4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days”), a alloy re-examines his ethics as he strives to make certain his daughter gets into a right college. In Romanian with subtitles. Rated R. Time: 2:08.
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“After a Storm”
Japanese writer-director Hirokazu Kore-eda brings us this family play about a divorced, struggling writer who yearns to reconnect with his schoolage son. In Japanese with subtitles. Not rated. Time: 1:57.
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A bullied teen in a New York housing plan becomes overly spooky with vampires. Not rated. Time: 1:37.
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Also personification in KC
Rated ☆☆☆ 1/2
“Get Out”: Horror story of a black male visiting his white girlfriend’s frightful family. Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams star. Rated R. Time: 1:45. (2/24)
“Beauty and a Beast”: Fairy story reconstitute about a learned lady (Emma Watson), a accursed king (Dan Stevens) and a muscle-bound jerk (Luke Evans). Rated PG. Time: 2:06. (3/17)
“Cezanne et Moi”: The story of a lifelong loyalty between Paul Cezanne and Emile Zola. In French with subtitles. Rated R. Time: 1:57. At a Tivoli. (4/21)
“Frantz”: A immature German lady who mislaid her fiance in World War we is intrigued by a attainment of a immature Frenchman. In German and French, with subtitles. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:53. At a Glenwood Arts. (4/7)
“Logan”: Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) protects a lady who shares some of his mutant traits. Rated R. Time: 2:15. (3/3)
“T2 Trainspotting”: Ewan McGregor and Robert Carlyle lapse for this 20-years-later supplement to their drug-laden dramedy. Rated R. Time: 1:57. At a Tivoli and Screenland Armour. (3/31)
“Their Finest”: During World War II, a British ministry, unfortunate to boost a inhabitant spirit, hires a lady (Gemma Arterton) to write discourse for quarrel films. Rated R. Time: 1:57. At a Rio and Tivoli. (4/21)
“Your Name”: Anime story of teenagers entrance of age amid life-changing events. At Alamo Drafthouse, Studio 28. (4/7)
Rated ☆☆ 1/2
“The Boss Baby”: In this charcterised comedy, a suit-wearing baby (voiced by Alec Baldwin) teams with his large hermit to foil a dishonourable plot. Rated PG. Time: 1:37. (3/31)
“Colossal”: Anne Hathaway discovers she is somehow connected to grievous events. KC’s Jason Sudeikis co-stars. Rated R. Time: 1:50. (4/14)
“The Fate of a Furious”: Charlize Theron joins this eighth installment of a authorization as a villain, a puzzling lady who lures Vin Diesel into going rogue. Rated PG-13. Time: 2:16. (4/14)
“Free Fire”: In 1970s Boston, an arms understanding goes vigourously awry. Armie Hammer, Brie Larson, Sharlto Copley and Cillian Murphy star. Rated R. Time: 1:30. (4/14)
“Kong: Skull Island”: Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson transport to a remote Pacific island and face an huge ape. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:58. (3/10)
“The Lost City of Z”: Charlie Hunnam stars in a loyal story of British path-finder Percival Fawcett, who entered a Amazon jungle to infer his find of an ancient civilization and left in 1925. Rated PG-13. Time: 2:20. (4/21)
“Born in China”: John Krasinski narrates this latest installment of Disney’s inlet documentaries, this one about darling immature pandas, golden monkeys and sleet leopards. Rated G. Time: 1:16. (4/21)
“The Case for Christ”: Journalist doesn’t trust in wife’s new-found faith. Rated PG. Time: 1:52. (4/7)
“Ghost in a Shell”: Scarlett Johansson is remade into a cyber-enhanced super soldier. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:46. (3/31)
“Gifted”: Chris Evans takes a mangle from his Captain America gig to play a singular male lifting his math expert niece (Mckenna Grace). Rated PG-13. Time: 1:41. (4/12)
“Going in Style”: Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin are retirees resorting to crime. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:36. (4/7)
“Life”: Astronauts Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson and Ryan Reynolds learn life on Mars is not friendly. Rated R. Time: 1:43. (3/24)
“Phoenix Forgotten”: This sci-fi/horror film brings us 3 illusory teenagers who left during a genuine event: 1997’s Phoenix Lights sightings, that might have been UFOs for all we know. Rated PG-13. Time: 1:20. (4/21)
“The Promise”: In WWI, an Armenian lady (Charlotte Le Bon) is ripped between an Armenian medical tyro (Oscar Isaac) and an American publisher (Christian Bale). Rated PG-13. Time: 2:14. (4/21)
“The Shack”: A lamentation male (Sam Worthington) questions his faith, until he is summoned to an removed cabin, where Octavia Spencer is God. Rated PG-13. Time: 2:12. (3/3)
“Tommy’s Honour”: Story of a Scottish father and son who founded complicated golf. Rated PG. Time: 1:52. At a Glenwood Arts. (4/14)
“Unforgettable”: An unhinged Katherine Heigl sets out to destroy a rendezvous of her ex-husband (Geoff Stults) and his new fiancee (Rosario Dawson). Rated R. Time: 1:40. (4/21)
“The Void”: Cloaked total approximate a sanatorium and concede no escape. Not rated. Time: 1:30. At Screenland Armour. (4/7)
“The Zookeeper’s Wife”: In WWII Poland, a lady (Jessica Chastain) uses family zoo to censor Jews from Nazis. Rated PG-13. Time: 2:04. (3/31)
Rated ☆ 1/2
“Power Rangers”: Superpowered teenagers quarrel an visitor force. Rated PG-13. Time: 2:04. (3/24)
“Smurfs: The Lost Village”: Smurfette (voiced by Demi Lovato) and friends competition opposite an immorality sorceress to find a puzzling village. Rated PG. Time: 1:30. (4/7)