(NR) Aida’s Secrets — A web of family secrets unravels in this moving documentary following a family fractured by war. Two brothers, Izak and Shep, were born inside the Bergen Belsen displaced persons camp in 1945 and separated as babies, never told of the other’s existence. Nearly 70 years later, the discovery of family records leads the brothers to an emotional reunion with their elderly mother, Aida, who hid more from Izak and Shep than just each other. In English and Hebrew. 90 min. (U). Living Room Theaters/FAU, Boca Raton; Movies of Delray; Movies of Lake Worth ★★ ½ All I See is You — A blind woman gains her sight, drastically changing the dynamic of her relationship with her husband. With Blake Lively and Jason Clarke. 110 min. (R) for strong sexual content/nudity, and language. Regal Cypress Creek Station Stadium16, Fort Lauderdale; Regal Sawgrass Stadium 23, Sunrise; AMC Aventura 24 (NR) Chavela —“Chavela” is the captivating portrait of beloved singer Chavela Vargas, whose passionate renditions of popular Ranchera songs made her a beloved figure in Mexico, even as her androgynous appearance and unconventional life challenged norms of the day. After disappearing from the public eye for decades, Chavela made a triumphant return to the stage, earning her a new level of international fame late in life. In English and Spanish. 93 min. (U). Classic Gateway Theatre, Fort Lauderdale. ★★ ½ Goodbye Christopher Robin — The family of author A.A. Milne struggles with the success of Winnie-the-Pooh in the years after World War1. With Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie and Kelly Macdonald. 101min. (PG) for thematic elements, some bullying, war images and brief language. — Jane Horwitz, Washington Post (NR) Jigsaw — Ten years after the “Saw” killer supposedly died, police are faced with either a copycat killer or a murderous ghost. With Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie and Tobin Bell. 91 min. (R) for sequences of grisly bloody violence and torture, and for language. ★★★ Lucky —“Lucky” follows the spiritual journey of a 90-year-old atheist and the quirky characters that inhabit his desert town. Having outlived and out smoked all of his contemporaries, the fiercely independent Lucky finds himself at the precipice of life, thrust into a journey of self exploration, leading towards that which is so often unattainable: enlightenment. Acclaimed character actor John Carroll Lynch's directorial debut, “Lucky,” is at once a love letter to the life and career of Harry Dean Stanton as well as a meditation on mortality, loneliness, spirituality and human connection. 88 min. (U). Lake Worth Playhouse Stonzek Theatre. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune ★ Suburbicon — The seemingly ideal appearances of a community in 1959 belie the dark world confronted by a family man. With Matt Damon, Julianne Moore and Oscar Isaac. 105 min. (R) for violence, language and some sexuality. — Katie Walsh, Tribune Content Agency ★★ ½ Thank You for Your Service — U.S. soldiers struggle with their lives after returning from active duty in Iraq. With Miles Teller, Haley Bennett and Keisha Castle-Hughes. 108 min. (R) for strong violent content, language throughout, some sexuality, drug material and brief nudity. — Katie Walsh, Tribune Content Agency
“Supe” Eric Marsh, played by Josh Brolin, with his crew in the Sony Pictures film “Only the Brave.” (NR) Not reviewed — General audiences. All ages admitted. — Parental guidance. Some material may not be suitable for preteens.