Here are a cinema opening in a Memphis area this week, and special screenings, Jul 28-Aug. 3.

Opening Friday 

Atomic Blonde (R, 115 min.) Undercover representative Charlize Theron turns heads and breaks skeleton in this graphic-novel adaptation.

CinePlanet 16, Collierville Towne 16, Cordova, DeSoto 16, Hollywood 20, Majestic, Olive Branch, Palace, Paradiso, Ridgeway Cinema Grill, Stage, Studio on a Square, Summer Quartet Drive-In.

The Emoji Movie (PG, 86 min.) Patrick Stewart is a voice of “Poop,” Maya Rudolph is a smiley face and Steven Wright (perfect casting) is “Meh” in this digitally charcterised film desirous by a renouned electronic-messaging ideograms.

CinePlanet 16 (3D), Collierville Towne 16, Cordova, DeSoto 16, Hollywood 20, Majestic, Olive Branch, Palace, Paradiso, Stage, Summer Quartet Drive-In, Wolfchase Galleria 8.

A Ghost Story (R, 92 min.) Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara star in an scarcely vivid story that also is an surprising story of haunting, from writer-director David Lowery.

Ridgeway Cinema Grill.

Goutham Nanda (Not rated, 150 min.) A Telugu movement film.

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Special Movies

Aircraft Carrier: Guardians of a Sea 3D (Not rated, 43 min.) Epic in both scale and naval drama, this documentary takes viewers on an in-depth debate of a complicated U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, an “engineering marvel” with a organisation of 5,000 that can unit a world’s oceans for years though refueling.

Through Dec. 31, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

Entre Nos (Not rated, 80 min.) Historic Clayborn Temple’s film array continues with a 2009 play about a Colombian newcomer (Paola Mendoza) with dual immature children struggling to scratch out a vital on a streets of Queens, New York. The film is hosted by Mid-South Immigration Advocates. 

7 p.m. Thursday, Clayborn Temple, 294 Hernando. Admission: free. Visit claybornreborn.org/the-15.

Extreme Weather 3D (Not rated, 45 min.) With energetic footage of implausible thunderstorms, twisters, wildfires and other events, this National Geographic film explores a most discussed though small understood forces that figure a planet.

Through Dec. 31, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

Fast Times during Ridgemont High (R, 90 min.) Duuuude! Sean Penn is surfer-stoner Spicolli, Ray Walston is a submissive Mr. Hand and Phoebe Cates is a dream prophesy in a red bikini in a 1982 teen-movie strike that became a mainstream cult classic.

2 p.m. Sunday and 7 p.m. Wednesday, Paradiso. Tickets: $13.50. Visit malco.com.

Grateful Dead Meet-Up during a Movies 2017 (Not rated, 160 min.) This unison selected for this year’s big-screen reconstruction is a Dead’s July 12, 1989, opening during RFK Stadium in Washington.

7 p.m. Tuesday, Paradiso. Tickets: $13.50. Visit malco.com.

MicroCinema Club: Slamdance Anarchy Shorts (Not rated, 89 min.) A resounding sequence killer, a surprising landscape and an baleful illness are among a subjects of these 9 surprising brief films, that debuted this year at a Slamdance Film Festival.

7 p.m. Wednesday, pay-what-you-can admission, Crosstown Arts, 430 N. Cleveland. Visit indiememphis.com.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (PG-13, 133 min.) The 2016 “Star Wars” spin-off blasts (in 2D) onto a hulk shade during a Pink Palace.

4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave.  Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

Wild Africa 3D (Not rated, 45 min.) This film takes viewers to deserts, coral reefs, the snow-covered plateau of Kenya, good rivers, steamy rainforests and wide-open savannahs.

Through Nov. 10, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

The Wild Life (PG, 91 min.) A parrot, a tapir, a pangolin and other animals support orphan Robinson Crusoe in this 2016 digitally charcterised feature, screened outdoor for a “Movie Mania” array at The Shops during Carriage Crossing.

Dusk Friday, Central Park during Carriage Crossing, 4674 Merchants Park Circle, Collierville. Admission: free. Visit shopcarriagecrossing.com.

New cinema in Memphis and special screenings, Jul 28-Aug. 3, 2017

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