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★ ½ Bat­man V Su­per­man: Dawnof Jus­tice — Bat­man takes on the Man of Steel in the duo’s first big-screen pair­ing. With Ben Af­fleck, Henry Cav­ill, Amy Adams and Jesse Eisen­berg. Di­rected by Zack Sny­der. (PG-13) for in­tense se­quences of vi­o­lence and ac­tion through­out, and some sen­su­al­ity. 153 min. ★★★ The Clan —“The Clan” is a pow­er­ful thriller, one part cau­tion­ary political tale, one part hor­ri­fy­ing psy­cho­log­i­cal drama, tricked out in a Scors­eses­tyle ap­proach with Amer­i­can pop tunes and show-stop­ping set pieces. It was pro­duced by Span­ish film­maker, Pedro Almod­ó­var, and his brother Au­gustín. In Span­ish with Engilsh sub­ti­tles. 108 min. (R) for vul­gar lan­guage, vi­o­lence, gore, sex­ual sit­u­a­tions, nu­dity, adult themes. Cinema Par­adiso, Hol­ly­wood; Clas­sic Gate­way Theatre, Fort Laud­erdale. — Rene Ro­driguez, Mi­ami Her­ald (NR) Look at Us Now, Mother! — “Look at Us Now, Mother!” is a re­lent­lessly hon­est and bit­ingly funny doc­u­men­tary about the trans­for­ma­tion of a highly charged mother/daugh­ter re­la­tion­ship from Mom­mie Dear­est to Dear­est Mom, from ha­tred to love. The film­maker’s per­sonal story, may be about one moth­er­daugh­ter re­la­tion­ship, but its in­sights and lessons are uni­ver­sal. In or­der to move for­ward into the fu­ture, we all have to for­give what hap­pened in our pasts. Gayle Kirschen­baum brings her unique brand of fear­less hon­esty and laugh-aloud hu­mor to a film that took decades to shoot, about a re­la­tion­ship that took a life­time to mend. Di­rected by, co-writ­ten by, star­ring Gayle Kirschen­baum. 84 min. (U). Movies at Del­ray; Last Pic­ture Show at Ta­ma­rac 5; Re­gal Shad­owood16, Boca Raton; FAU/ Liv­ing Room The­aters, Boca Raton ★★ MyBig Fat Greek Wed­ding 2 — Fol­low-up to the high­est-gross­ing ro­man­tic com­edy of all time. With Nia Varda­los, John Cor­bett, Lainie Kazan and Gia Carides. Di­rected by Kirk Jones. 94 min. (PG) for some sug­ges­tive ma­te­rial. nast liv­ing off her lau­rels is forced to coach a new lo­cal prodigy. With Melissa Rauch, Gary Cole and Ha­ley Lu Richard­son. Di­rected by Bryan Buck­ley. 107 min. (R) for strong sex­ual con­tent, graphic nu­dity, lan­guage through­out and some drug use. ★★ 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 ★★ ½ Dead­pool — Ryan Reynolds stars as the for­mer Spe­cial Forces op­er­a­tive­turned un­con­ven­tional an­ti­hero in the Marvel Comics adap­ta­tion. With Ryan Reynolds, Morena Bac­carin and Ed Skrein. Writ­ten by Rhett Reese and Paul Wer­nick. Di­rected by Tim Miller. 108 min. (R) for strong vi­o­lence and lan­guage through­out, sex­ual con­tent and graphic nu­dity. — Michael Phillips, Tribune News­pa­pers ★ ½ The Diver­gent Se­ries: Allegiant — In the fi­nal in­stall­ment of the tril­ogy, Tris and Ford go be­yond the walls en­clos­ing Chicago and face shock­ing new dis­cov­er­ies. With Shai­lene Wood­ley, Theo James and Jeff Daniels. Di­rected by Robert Sch­wen­tke. 120 min. (PG-13) for in­tense vi­o­lence and ac­tion, the­matic el­e­ments, and some par­tial nu­dity. — Michael Phillips, Tribune News­pa­pers (NR) Dough — An old Jewish baker strug­gles to keep his busi­ness afloat un­til his young Mus­lim ap­pren­tice ac­ci­den­tally drops cannabis in the dough and sends sales sky high. Di­rected by John Gold­schmidt. Writ­ten by Jonathan Ben­son. Star­ring Ian Hart, Jonathan Pryce, Philip Davis. 94 min. (U). ★★★ Ed­die the Ea­gle — In­spi­ra­tional story of Ed­die Ed­wards, the un­likely Bri­tish ski jumper who cap­ti­vated the world at the1988 Cal­gary Win­ter Olympics. With Taron Eger­ton, Christo­pher Walken and Hugh Jack­man. Writ­ten by Sean Ma­caulay. Di­rected by Dex­ter Fletcher. 105 min. (PG-13) for some sug­ges­tive ma­te­rial, par­tial nu­dity and smok­ing. 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 Kara­makate, 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. 125 min. (U). — Ken­neth Tu­ran, L.A. Times Gods of Egypt — To save his true love, mor­tal hero Bek teams with god Ho­rus to bat­tle Set, the god of dark­ness, who il­le­git­i­mately oc­cu­pies the throne of Egypt. With Ger­ard But­ler, Niko­laj CosterWal­dau, Bren­ton Th­waites and Chad­wick Bose­man. Writ­ten by Matt Sazama & Burk

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