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CEN­SORED VOICES

This doc­u­men­tary al­lows view­ers to hear from the Is­raeli sol­diers who par­tic­i­pated in the Six-Day War. The 1967 con­flict, some­times called the Arab- Is­raeli War, was a ma­jor turn­ing point for Is­rael. The coun­try swiftly de­feated its en­e­mies in­clud­ing Egypt, Syria, and Jor­dan. Most of the sol­diers’ ac­counts were cen­sored by the Is­raeli army — un­til now. Not rated. 84 min­utes. In English and He­brew with sub­ti­tles. Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Arts. (Not re­viewed)

FIFTY SHADES OF BLACK

Many peo­ple, crit­ics and fans alike, con­sid­ered the film Fifty Shades of Grey to be a fairly silly and in­con­se­quen­tial romp. It al­most seems to be too easy a tar­get to bother spoof­ing, but that’s never stopped Hol­ly­wood be­fore. This send-up fea­tures a young woman (Kali Hawk) who gets into a kinky ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ship with her wealthy boss — played by Mar­lon Wayans, vet­eran of the Scary Movie and A Haunted House fran­chises. Rated R. 92 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14; Dream­Catcher. (Not re­viewed)

THE FINEST HOURS

In 1952, two oil tankers were cap­sized by a ter­ri­ble storm off the coast of Cape Cod. Four Coast Guards­men were sent to res­cue the crews. This film, based on the 2009 book of the same ti­tle, tells this true story with disas­ter-movie ef­fects and what prom­ises to be an in­spi­ra­tional fi­nale. Chris Pine, Casey Af­fleck, and Ben Foster star. Rated PG-13. 117 min­utes. Screens in 3-Dand 2-Dat Re­gal Sta­dium 14. Screens in 2-Donly at Re­gal DeVar­gas; Dream­Catcher. (Not re­viewed)

JANE GOT A GUN

In the tra­di­tion of Joan Craw­ford’s Johnny Gui­tar comes this Western, which gives a six-shooter to Natalie Port­man and sets her loose on the New Mex­ico fron­tier (the film was shot in and around Santa Fe). She plays Jane, a woman who en­lists the help of a for­mer fi­ancé (Joel Edgerton) when the Bishop Boys gang comes af­ter her fam­ily. Ewan McGre­gor plays the gang leader. Rated R. 98 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14; Re­gal DeVar­gas. (Not re­viewed)

KUNG FU PANDA 3

The third film in the an­i­mated Kung Fu Panda saga finds Po the panda (voiced by Jack Black once more) trav­el­ing to a se­cret panda com­mu­nity, where he is re­united with his es­tranged father (Bryan Cranston) and meets the bear that he’s been ar­ranged to marry (Kate Hud­son). When a su­per­nat­u­ral vil­lain (J. K. Sim­mons) at­tacks, Po must train a whole fight­ing force of kung-fu pan­das. Rated PG. 95 min­utes. Screens in 3-D and 2- D at Re­gal Sta­dium 14; Vi­o­let Crown; Dream­Catcher. (Not re­viewed)

THE MET LIVE IN HD: TU­RAN­DOT

Nina Stemme stars as the ti­tle role in this stag­ing of Puc­cini’s opera, which is broad­cast live from the Metropoli­tan Opera. The cast also in­cludes Anita Har­tig, Marco Berti, and Alexan­der Tsym­ba­lyuk. 11 a.m. Satur­day, Jan. 30, with a 6 p.m. en­core. Len­sic Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter. (Not re­viewed)

A PER­FECT DAY

Rated R. 106 min­utes. In English and some Serbo- Croa­t­ian with sub­ti­tles. Jean Cocteau Cinema. See re­view, Page 54.

PER­FOR­MANCE AT THE SCREEN

The se­ries of high- def­i­ni­tion screen­ings con­tin­ues with a show­ing of Mozart’s The Magic Flute from the Bre­genz Fes­ti­val in Aus­tria. David Pount­ney’s stag­ing of­fers a va­ri­ety of colorful ef­fects. Ana Durlovski and Nor­man Rein­hardt star. 11:15 a.m. Sun­day, Jan. 31, only. Not rated. 150 min­utes. The Screen. (Not re­viewed)

SEM­BÈNE!

Screens 7 p.m. Fri­day, Jan. 29, at the Len­sic Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter (a ben­e­fit for the Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Art); reg­u­lar screen­ings be­gin Satur­day, Jan. 30, at CCA. Not rated. 86 min­utes. See story, Page 36.

OS­CAR- NOM­I­NATED SHORT FILMS

Not rated. Var­i­ous run­ning times. The Screen. See re­views, Page 52.

Pan­das ex­press: Kung Fu Panda 3, in 3- D and 2- D at Re­gal Sta­dium 14, Vi­o­let Crown, and Dream­Catcher in Es­pañola

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