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as first-man-on-the-moon Neil Arm­strong in this be­hind-the-scenes look at the events lead­ing up to the Apollo 11mis­sion. Damien Chazelle (“La La Land”) di­rects. With Claire Foy, Corey Stoll and Lukas Haas. 141min. (PG-13) for the­matic con­tent in­volv­ing peril, and brief strong lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune

Goose­bumps 2: Haunted Hal­loween — The pop­u­lar kids book series comes to the big screen for a Hal­loween ad­ven­ture. With Wendi McLen­don-Covey, Jack Black and Madi­son Ise­man. 100 min. (PG) for scary crea­ture ac­tion and im­ages, some the­matic el­e­ments, rude hu­mor and lan­guage. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune Con­tent Agency Hal­loween — Jamie Lee Cur­tis re­turns as Lau­rie Strode to face off against killer Michael My­ers (James Jude Court­ney) in this di­rect se­quel to John Car­pen­ter’s orig­i­nal slasher. With Judy Greer. 106 min. (R) for hor­ror vi­o­lence and bloody im­ages, lan­guage, brief drug use and nu­dity. (NR) The Happy Prince — The un­told story of the last days in the tragic times of Os­car Wilde, a per­son who ob­serves his own fail­ure with ironic dis­tance and re­gards the dif­fi­cul­ties that be­set his life with de­tach­ment and hu­mor. Di­rected, writ­ten by Ru­pert Everett. Star­ring Everett, Colin Firth, Emily Watson. 105 min. (R) for sex­ual con­tent, graphic nu­dity, lan­guage and brief drug use.

½ The Hate UGive — Wit­ness­ing a po­lice of­fi­cer shoot her child­hood best friend up­ends the life of an AfricanAmer­i­can girl at­tend­ing a mostly white prep school. With Amandla Sten­berg, Regina Hall and Rus­sel Hornsby. 133 min. (PG-13) for ma­ture the­matic el­e­ments, some vi­o­lent con­tent, drug ma­te­rial and lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune (NR) Hell Fest — A trav­el­ing Hal­loween­themed amuse­ment park be­comes a lit­eral play­ground of hor­ror when a masked killer ter­ror­izes its guests. With Amy Forsyth, Reign Ed­wards and Bex Tay­lor-Klaus. 89 min. (R) for hor­ror vi­o­lence, and lan­guage in­clud­ing some sex­ual ref­er­ences.

The House With AClock In Its Walls — A man (Jack Black) who may have mag­i­cal pow­ers en­lists the help of his or­phaned nephew to find a clock that could de­stroy the planet. Cate Blanchett plays the good witch who lives next door. 104 min. (PG) for the­matic el­e­ments in­clud­ing sor­cery, some ac­tion, scary im­ages, rude hu­mor and lan­guage. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune Con­tent Agency Hunter Killer — A U.S. sub­ma­rine cap­tain at­tempts to thwart World War III af­ter un­cov­er­ing a pos­si­ble Rus­sian coup. With Ger­ard But­ler, Gary Old­man, Com­mon and Linda Cardellini. 121min. (R) for vi­o­lence and some lan­guage. (NR) In­di­vis­i­ble — True-life, faith-based drama about a U.S. Army chap­lain and his wife fac­ing de­ploy­ment to Iraq and its af­ter­math. With Sarah Drew, Justin Bru­en­ing and Ja­son Ge­orge. 119 min. (PG-13) for some the­matic ma­te­rial and war vi­o­lence. (NR) Johnny English Strikes Again — The bum­bling hero (Rowan Atkin­son, “Mr. Bean”) is called out of re­tire­ment to find a hacker who has re­vealed the iden­ti­ties of all Bri­tish agents. Emma Thompson also stars. 88 min. (PG) for some ac­tion vi­o­lence, rude hu­mor, lan­guage and brief nu­dity. (NR) Lon­don Fields — A clair­voy­ant be­gins a love af­fair with three men, one of whom she knows will be her mur­derer. With Am­ber Heard and Cara Delev­ingne. 118 min. (R) for sex­ual con­tent/nu­dity, lan­guage through­out, some vi­o­lence and drug use.

Mid90s — An L.A. teen es­capes his un­happy do­mes­tic sit­u­a­tion with new friends at a West­side skate shop. With Sunny Suljic, Lu­cas Hedges and Kather­ine Water­ston. 84 min. (R) for per­va­sive lan­guage, sex­ual con­tent, drug and al­co­hol use, some vi­o­lent be­hav­ior/ dis­turb­ing im­ages - all in­volv­ing mi­nors.

Night School — Kevin Hart joins a rag­tag group of adults at­tempt­ing to earn their GEDs. “Girls Trip” break­out star Tif­fany Had­dish plays the teacher. 111 min. (PG-13) for crude and sex­ual con­tent through­out, lan­guage, some drug ref­er­ences and vi­o­lence. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune (NR) The Sa­muel Project — An out­cast teen con­nects with his iso­lated grand­fa­ther for the first time. With Liza Lapira, Hal Lin­den and Michael B. Sil­ver. 92 min. (PG-13) for the­matic el­e­ments, some sug­ges­tive com­ments and brief lan­guage. (NR) Si­len­cio — A mother must find a mys­ti­cal stone in Mex­ico to save her son's life. With John Noble, Ru­pert Graves and Melina Matthews. 98 min. (R) for some vi­o­lence.

½ Smallfoot — Who’s dis­cov­er­ing SunSen­tinel. com/ en­ter­tain­ment. whom? A yeti (voiced by Chan­ning Ta­tum) sets out to prove hu­mans are real af­ter be­ing shunned by his com­mu­nity. Com­mon, Gina Ro­driguez, Yara Shahidi, Zen­daya and LeBron James lend their voices. 96 min. (PG) for some ac­tion, rude hu­mor, and the­matic el­e­ments. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune Con­tent Agency

AS­tar is Born — Bradley Cooper di­rects and stars in a re­make of the story of an older mu­si­cian who meets a young singer (Lady Gaga) and helps her achieve star­dom. 135 min. (R) for lan­guage through­out, some sex­u­al­ity/nu­dity and sub­stance abuse. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune

½ Venom — Tom Hardy plays the ti­tle char­ac­ter, an­other Marvel Comics su­per­hero. Two guesses as to whether he saves the world. Michelle Wil­liams, Woody Har­rel­son co-star. 112 min. (PG-13) for in­tense se­quences of sci-fi vi­o­lence and ac­tion, and lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune

½ The Wife — A wife ques­tions her life choices as she trav­els to Stock­holm with her hus­band, where he is slated to re­ceive the No­bel Prize for Lit­er­a­ture. Di­rected by Björn Runge. Writ­ten by Jane Anderson, Meg Wolitzer. Star­ring Chris­tian Slater, Max Irons, Glenn Close. 100 min. (R) for lan­guage and some sex­ual con­tent. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune


Dakota John­son stars as Susie in “Sus­piria.” (NR) Not re­viewed — Gen­eral au­di­ences. All ages ad­mit­ted.— Parental guid­ance. Some ma­te­rial may not be suit­able for pre­teens.— Some ma­te­rial in­ap­pro­pri­ate for chil­dren un­der 13. — Re­stricted. Un­der 17 re­quires guardian. — No one un­der 17 al­lowed. — Un­rated. Con­tent varies. Search past re­views and show­times by the­ater, movie ti­tle or by city are avail­able at

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