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The Dark Tower

PG-13 Idris Elba plays the last Gun­slinger, locked in an eter­nal bat­tle with the Man in Black (Matthew McConaughey) to keep him from top­pling the Dark Tower, the key that holds the uni­verse to­gether. With Tom Tay­lor, Clau­dia Kim, Fran Kranz, Abbey Lee, Jackie Earle Ha­ley, Kath­eryn Win­nick; directed by Niko­laj Ar­cel. (1 hour, 35 min­utes)


89 R Po­lice and the mil­i­tary gear up for bat­tle as ri­ot­ing and civil un­rest rocks Detroit in the sum­mer of 1967. With John Boyega, Will Poul­ter, Al­gee Smith, Ja­cob La­ti­more, Ja­son Mitchell, Han­nah Mur­ray, Kait­lyn Dever, Jack Reynor; directed by Kathryn Bigelow. (2 hours, 23 min­utes)


66 R A sin­gle mother (Halle Berry), with no cell­phone and no time to wait for po­lice, risks ev­ery­thing in a high-speed chase af­ter kid­nap­pers snatch her young son. With Sage Cor­rea, Chris McGinn, Lew Tem­ple, Kristin McKen­zie Rice, Christo­pher Berry; directed by Luis Pri­eto. (1 hour, 34 min­utes)

“Gun­slinger” Roland Deschain (Idris Elba) and 11-year-old Jake Cham­bers (Tom Tay­lor) are on a quest to reach the “End-World” and save both of their re­al­i­ties in The Dark Tower.

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