★★ ½ The Brothers Grimsby — A football hooligan in Northern England sets out to find his sibling - they were adopted by different families - unaware he is now an MI6 agent. With Sacha Baron Cohen, Mark Strong and Isla Fisher. Directed by Louis Leterrier. 82 min. (R) for strong crude sexual content, graphic nudity, violence, language, and some drug use. Colliding Dreams —“Colliding Dreams” recounts the dramatic history of one of the most controversial, and urgently relevant political ideologies of the modern era. The century-old conflict in the Middle East continues to play a central role in world politics. And yet, amidst this fierce, often-lethal controversy, the Zionist idea of a homeland for Jews in the land of ancient Israel remains little understood and its meanings often distorted. “Colliding Dreams” addresses that void with a gripping exploration of Zionism’s meaning, history and future. 135 min. (U). — Kenneth Turan, L.A. Times Embrace of the Serpent — At once blistering and poetic, the ravages of colonialism cast a dark shadow over the South American landscape in “Embrace of the Serpent,” the third feature by director Ciro Guerra. Filmed in stunning black-and-white, it centers on Karama- kate, an Amazonian shaman and the last survivor of his people, and the two scientists who, over the course of 40 years, build a friendship with him. The film was inspired by the real-life journals of two explorers (Theodor Koch-Grünberg and Richard Evans Schultes) who traveled through the Colombian Amazon during the last century in search of the sacred and difficult-to-find psychedelic Yakruna plant. This is the first Colombian film to receive an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film and the first film shot in the Amazon rain forest in 30 years. Live Q&A skype with director Ciro Guerra at 7:00 pm Sat. screening - Cinema Paradiso, Fort Lauderdale & Hollywood. 125 min. (U). — Kenneth Turan, L.A. Times (NR) AHaunting in Cawdor — In this tense tale of psychological terror, Vivian Miller is a young twenties woman who is serving out her jail sentence at a work release program in the Midwest. Her 90 days of probation takes her to The Cawdor Barn Theatre, a dilapidated summer stock theater run by Lawrence O’Neil. Lawrence, a failed Broadway director, is now reduced to staging amateur productions with young parolees and raging over the mistakes from his past. Vivian’s arrival in Cawdor starts a terrifying series of events that brings Lawrence’s secret past to the present. After Vivian views an old taped stage production of Macbeth, a force of evil is unleashed which soon turns its sights on her. With the help of Roddya local outcast, Vivian sets about trying to discover who the supernatural killer on the tape is before she becomes the next victim. 100 min. (U). Cinema Paradiso, Fort Lauderdale. Knight of Cups — A writer indulging in all that Los Angeles and Las Vegas has to offer undertakes a search for love and self via a series of adventures with six different women. Directed and written by Terrence Malick. Starring Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman. 118 min. (R) for some nudity, sexuality and language. Cinemark Palace 20, Boca Raton; Classic Gateway Theatre, Fort Lauderdale. (NR) The Perfect Match — A smooth operator bets his therapist sister’s friends that he can remain in a relationship for a month without falling in love. With Terrence J., Cassie Ventura, Paula Patton, Donald Faison, Joe Pantoliano and Brandy Norwood. Directed by Bille Woodruff. 96 min. (R) for sexuality, some nudity, and language throughout. ★★ ½ 10 Cloverfield Lane — A woman wakes up to find herself imprisoned in a cellar, unsure whether to believe her captor who claims the outside world has been rendered uninhabitable. With John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr. Directed by Dan Trachtenberg. 103 min. (PG-13) for thematic material including frightening sequences of threat with some violence, and brief language. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers (NR) The Young Messiah — The 7-year-old Jesus Christ and family discover the nature of his divine being. With Adam Greaves-Neal, Clive Russell, Vincent Walsh. Directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh. 111min. (PG-13) for some violence and thematic elements.