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(In­dia) When a six-year-old mute girl ac­ci­den­tally gets left be­hind in Delhi, there’s only one per­son who can help her get home: de­vout Brah­min Brother Ba­jrangi (Sal­man Khan). Only one prob­lem: She lives in Pak­istan-con­trolled Kash­mir. This rollicking epic tale is a fun and mov­ing watch from start to fin­ish, with im­pos­si­bly like­able char­ac­ters. Opened May 26.

The Jun­gle Book

(USA) The beloved 1967 Dis­ney car­toon gets a CG/live-ac­tion makeover and they’ve packed the screen with star A-lis­ters. Bill Mur­ray voices Baloo, the lov­able bear; the Ben­gal tiger bad­die, Shere Khan, is played by Idris Elba. Opened May 26. The Pro­gram (UK/USA) Depict­ing the me­te­oric rise and dra­matic fall of one of Amer­ica’s most promis­ing ath­letes, this biopic fol­lows Lance Arm­strong (Ben Fos­ter) as he over­comes tes­tic­u­lar can­cer, wins the Tour de France seven times—and then loses all his medals when it’s re­vealed that he’s been dop­ing all along. Also stars Dustin Hoff­man and Lee Pace. Opened May 26.

Brother Ba­jrangi

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