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Jason Bourne

He left the fran­chise af­ter 2007’s “The Bourne Ul­ti­ma­tum,” but Matt Da­mon’s Bourne is back: This time, as he gets closer to find­ing out the truth of his past, Bourne has to evade the CIA in this new post-Snow­den era. Also stars Ju­lia Stiles, and Tommy Lee Jones as a vet­eran CIA op­er­a­tive. Opened Jul 28.


If Cats Dis­ap­peared From the World

A ter­mi­nally ill post­man gets a tempt­ing of­fer from the devil: Pick one thing to erase from the world and live one more day. Soon, his op­tions run out and he’s stuck pri­or­i­tiz­ing the peo­ple and re­la­tion­ships in his life. But be­fore then? Cats are go­ing to get it, pre­sum­ably. Opened Jul 28.


High Rise


An adap­ta­tion of J.G Bal­lard’s slightly apoc­a­lyp­tic novel about a lux­ury high­rise filled with af­flu­ent res­i­dents with no rea­son to leave, as ev­ery­thing de­scends into chaos. We fol­low the in­san­ity through pro­tag­o­nist Dr. Robert Laing (Tom Hid­dle­ston) as he os­cil­lates be­tween ra­tio­nal and dis­turbed. A darkly comic class-war para­ble that’s com­pelling but doesn’t feel wholly orig­i­nal and is let down by some abrupt tonal shifts. Opened Jul 28.

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