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(Hong Kong/China) Ac­tion au­teur John­nie

To’s lat­est un­folds en­tirely in a hos­pi­tal, where a crim­i­nal with a bul­let lodged in his brain de­lays an op­er­a­tion in or­der to buy him­self time and to mock the cop who brought him in (Louis Koo), while a doc­tor (Zhao Wei) con­fronts ques­tions of her own pro­fes­sion­al­ism. Opens Jul 14.

Cen­tral In­tel­li­gence

(USA) In this cop buddy com­edy, Dwayne John­son and Kevin Hart play re­united high school best friends—Hart is a mid­dling ac­coun­tant un­happy at work and at home, and John­son is a CIA agent who needs a num­bers whiz to fig­ure out an arms deal. Opens Jul 14. Find­ing Dory

(USA) The much-an­tic­i­pated se­quel to 2003’s smash hit “Find­ing Nemo” fo­cuses on the lov­able am­ne­siac Pa­cific blue tang played by Ellen Degeneres, who goes on an ad­ven­ture to look for her long-lost par­ents. A feel-good film with more than a few teach­ing mo­ments, “Find­ing Dory” hits all the right emo­tional notes with plenty of heart. Opens Jul 14. Me Be­fore You

(UK/USA) This tear­jerker of Ni­cholas Spark­sian pro­por­tions brings to­gether a spunky barista-turned care­giver and her client, a for­mer high-rolling banker who loses ev­ery­thing—his job, his clos­est re­la­tion­ships, and his will to live—af­ter a mo­tor­cy­cle ac­ci­dent leaves him com­pletely par­a­lyzed. Opens Jul 14.

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