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imageTruth or Dare | PG-13 | – 6.6.5
Several young men and young women take their “final” Spring break trip together to Mexico and inadvertently become entangled in a deadly game of Truth or Dare. With Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beane, Sophia Ali, Landon Liboiron, Nolan Gerard Funk, Sam Lerner, Gary Anthony Williams, Brady Smith, Hayden Szeto, Morgan Lindholm and Aurora Perrineau. Directed by Jeff Wadlow. [1:40]

imageBeirut | R | – 6.7.8
A former US diplomat (Jon Hamm) is called back to 1982 Beirut, Lebanon after a CIA operative and friend is kidnapped and he must negotiate his release in an environment separated and dominated by political and religious factions — Christians, Muslims, the PLO and the Israelis. Also with Rosamund Pike, Mark Pellegrino, Dean Norris, Shea Whigham, Douglas Hodge, Jonny Coyne, Leïla Bekhti, Kate Fleetwood and Idir Chender. Directed by Brad Anderson. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in French and Arabic with and without subtitles. [1:49 – R]

imageA Quiet Place | PG-13 | – 2.7.0
A family tries to survive in a post-apocalyptic landscape where the slightest sound can bring forth insectoid alien monsters that while blind can apparently hear everything. The parents (John Krasinski and Emily Blunt) and their children (Noah Jupe, Millicent Simmonds and Cade Woodward) must live silently, using only sign language and facial expressions. Also with Leon Russom. Directed by Krasinski. Almost all dialogue is in American Sign Language accompanied by English subtitles. [1:35 – PG-13]

imageThe Miracle Season | PG | – 2.3.3
Based on the true story of the Iowa City West High School women’s volleyball team and their 2011 season that started with the death of their captain and star setter. All the members of the team and the coach and the young woman’s father struggle to come to terms with their grief and find a way to best channel their emotions. With Helen Hunt, Tiera Skovbye, Erin Moriarty, Danika Yarosh, Jason Gray-Stanford, William Hurt, Burkely Duffield, Rebecca Staab, Nesta Cooper, Natalie Sharp and Lillian Doucet-Roche. Directed by Sean McNamara. [1:39]

imageChappaquiddick | PG-13 | – 1.4.5
Based on the events of the summer of 1969 when the late Senator Ted Kennedy (Jason Clarke) at age 37 drove his car off a bridge and crashed into a pond, where his passenger Mary Jo Kopechne (Kate Mara) died under still ambiguous circumstances. Also with Clancy Brown, Olivia Thirlby, Ed Helms, Bruce Dern, Andria Blackman and Jim Gaffigan. Directed by John Curran. [1:41]

imageBlockers | R | – 8.4.10
Three high school seniors (Kathryn Newton, Geraldine Viswanathan and Gideon Adlon) pledge to each other to lose their virginity on prom night. The straight-laced parents (John Cena, Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholz) find out about their plans on social media, become alarmed and join forces in an ill-planned preemptive strike against the sex pact. Also with Graham Phillips, Miles Robbins and Jimmy Bellinger. Directed by Kay Cannon. [1:42]

imageIsle of Dogs | PG-13 | – 1.5.2
Stop-motion animation feature set in future Japan, where a corrupt mayor has banished all of his city’s dogs to a bleak island. When a 12-year-old boy’s dog is the first to be exiled, he undertakes a mission to rescue his loyal companion. With the voices of Bryan Cranston, Koyu Rankin, Edward Norton, Bob Balaban, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Kunichi Nomura, Akira Takayama, Greta Gerwig, Frances McDormand, Akira Ito, Scarlett Johansson, Harvey Keitel, F. Murray Abraham, Yoko Ono, Tilda Swinton, Liev Schreiber, Fisher Stevens and Courtney B. Vance. Directed by Wes Anderson. There are many lines of dialogue spoken in Japanese without subtitles and there are Japanese symbols shown, usually accompanied by an English translation. [1:41]

imageTyler Perry’s Acrimony | R | – 6.6.7
A woman (played at different ages by Taraji P. Henson and Ajiona Alexus) finds herself in an untenable situation with a man (played at different ages by Lyriq Bent and Antonio Madison) she has loved, married and supported for years. When she musters the courage to leave him after feeling betrayed, she has to decide how far she will take her plans for revenge. Also with Crystle Stewart, Jazmyn Simon, Ptosha Storey, Danielle Nicolet, Nelson Estevez, Kendrick Cross and Jay Hunter. Directed by Tyler Perry. [2:00]

imageThe Leisure Seeker | R | – 5.3.5
A retired couple (Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland) undertakes an adventure in their family Winnebago that takes them from Massachusetts to Key West, Florida. Along the way they face illness and misadventure and unpleasant events from their past are revealed. Also with Christian McKay, Janel Moloney, Dana Ivey and Dick Gregory. Directed by Paolo Virzì. [1:52]

imageReady Player One | PG-13 | – 3.5.5
Based on Ernest Cline’s best-selling novel: Set in 2045, life is bleak and people escape by participating in an online virtual universe called the Oasis, where you can be anybody you want to be. When the creator of the Oasis dies he leaves behind a series of puzzles that will grant the person that solves them sole ownership. The competition gets heated and one young man (Tye Sheridan) fights against all odds to try to win the prize and save the Oasis from unscrupulous corporate interests. Also with Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, Lena Waithe, T.J. Miller, Simon Pegg and Mark Rylance. Directed by Steven Spielberg. One line of dialogue is spoken in Japanese with English subtitles. [2:20]

imagePaul, Apostle of Christ | PG-13 | – 1.5.2
A Greek physician (Jim Caviezel) travels to Emperor Nero’s dungeon where the Apostle Paul (James Faulkner) is tortured and held as a scapegoat for the burning of Rome. The physician convinces Paul to allow him to record the apostle’s testimony for Christ. Also with Olivier Martinez, Joanne Whalley, John Lynch and Noah Huntley. Directed by Andrew Hyatt. One line is shouted in an unknown foreign language without translation. One character has a heavy accent as he speaks English. [1:45]

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imageSherlock Gnomes | PG | – 2.2.1
When all but two of the gnomes in a small English garden disappear, it’s a case for the protector of the garden gnomes, Sherlock Gnomes (voiced by Johnny Depp), to see what’s afoot. Also with the voices of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Mary J. Blige, Julio Bonet, Michael Caine, Jamie Demetriou, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Dexter Fletcher and Ozzy Osbourne. Directed by John Stevenson. A few lines of dialogue are tapped out by ornamental rabbit ears and accompanied by subtitles. A couple of lines are meowed by ornamental cats and accompanied by subtitles. [1:26]

imagePacific Rim: Uprising | PG-13 | – 2.5.4
In this sequel a dead war hero’s son (John Boyega) reluctantly takes up his father’s duties and charged with training young men and women to fight an army of large reptilian enemies, he finds more determination and courage in them than he imagined as the new generation of warriors saves humanity. Also with Scott Eastwood, Cailee Spaeny, Rinko Kikuchi, Charlie Day, Burn Gorman, Adria Arjona and Jian Tian. Directed by Steven S. DeKnight. Many lines of dialogue are spoken in Mandarin with English subtitles and several characters speak with heavy accents from Australia, China and Japan. [1:51]

imageUnsane | R | – 4.7.9
A woman (Claire Foy) inadvertently becomes committed to a mental health facility and is told that she must remain for seven days so they can monitor her behavior. Unfortunately, she finds herself facing her greatest fear while there and no one believes her when she tries to explain the situation. Also with Joshua Leonard, Sarah Stiles, Amy Irving, Jay Pharoah and Juno Temple. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. [1:37]

imageTomb Raider | PG-13 | – 1.6.4
Based on the video game franchise: Adventurer Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) is convinced that her explorer father, who disappeared seven years earlier, is still alive. She follows clues to a remote island where she encounters merciless mercenaries using slaves to find an ancient grave reputed to hide mystical powers. Also with Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, Kristin Scott Thomas and Derek Jacobi. Directed by Roar Uthaug. [1:58]

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imageFather Figures | R | – 5.5.10
A woman (Glen Close) tells her adult sons (Ed Helms and Owen Wilson) that she does not know who their father is, so they plan a road trip to interview men that she has known in her past. Disappointed at every turn, they arrive back home and make some surprising discoveries. Also with Terry Bradshaw, Ving Rhames, J.K. Simmons, Katt Williams and Christopher Walken. Directed by Lawrence Sher. [1:50]

imageInsidious: The Last Key | PG-13 | – 1.7.5
A parapsychologist (Lin Shaye) haunted by memories of abuse and ghosts from her childhood is drawn back to the house that started her nightmares. Also with Leigh Whannell, Angus Sampson, Caitlin Gerard, Spencer Locke, Josh Stewart, Tessa Ferrer and Bruce Davison. Directed by Adam Robitel. [1:43]

imageAll the Money in the World | R | – 4.6.6
Based on true events: In 1973 business tycoon John Paul Getty’s (Christopher Plummer) teen grandson (Charlie Plummer) was kidnapped, but the billionaire refused to pay the ransom. The boy’s mother (Michelle Williams) turned to a Getty business manager (Mark Wahlberg) to help save her son. Also with Romain Duris, Timothy Hutton and Andrew Buchan. Directed by Ridley Scott. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Arabic and Italian with and without English subtitles. [2:12]

imageThe Greatest Showman | PG | – 3.3.2
A musical film based on the story of P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) and how his imagination and salesmanship inspired the creation of his sensational circus. Also with Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, Zendaya, Anne Wheeler, Rebecca Ferguson, Austyn Johnson, Cameron Seely, Keala Settle, Sam Humphrey, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eric Anderson, Ellis Rubin, Skylar Dunn and Daniel Everidge. Directed by Michael Gracey. [1:45]

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imageMolly’s Game | R | – 4.5.7
Based on true events in the life of Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain), a competitive skier and Olympic hopeful who turned to hosting high-stakes poker games for the wealthy and was later pursued by the FBI. Also with Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Michael Cera, Jeremy Strong, Chris O’Dowd, J.C. MacKenzie, Brian d’Arcy James, Bill Camp and Graham Greene. Directed by Aaron Sorkin. [2:20]

imagePhantom Thread | R | – 3.3.6
A famous dress designer (Daniel Day-Lewis) in 1950s London creates dresses for the rich, the famous and the nobility. His ordered life is interrupted when he falls in love with a younger woman (Vicky Krieps) with whom he develops an unorthodox relationship. Also with Lesley Manville, Sue Clark, Joan Brown and Harriet Leitch. Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. [2:10]

imageProud Mary | R | – 1.6.5
A professional assassin (Taraji P. Henson) working for an organized crime family reevaluates her life after she encounters a teenage boy (Jahi Di’Allo Winston) desperately in need of help. Also with Billy Brown, Neal McDonough, Margaret Avery, Xander Berkeley, Rade Serbedzija, Erik LaRay Harvey and Danny Glover. Directed by Babak Najafi. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in another language without translation or subtitles. [1:29]


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