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(NR) Block­ers — Three par­ents try to stop their daugh­ters from hav­ing sex on prom night. With Les­lie Mann and John Cena. 102 min. (R) for crude and sex­ual con­tent, and lan­guage through­out, drug con­tent, teen par­ty­ing and some graphic nu­dity. (NR) Chap­paquid­dick — Ted Kennedy strug­gles in the pub­lic eye af­ter be­ing in­volved in car ac­ci­dent that claimed the life of cam­paign strate­gist Mary Jo Kopechne. With Ja­son Clarke, Kate Mara and Clancy Brown. 101min. (R) for the­matic ma­te­rial, dis­turb­ing im­ages, some strong lan­guage, and his­tor­i­cal smok­ing. ★★★ Find­ing Your Feet — An older woman whose hus­band of 40 years cheated on her with her best friend finds lib­er­a­tion in a com­mu­nity dance class. With Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall and Joanna Lum­ley. 111 min. (PG-13) for sug­ges­tive ma­te­rial, brief drug use, and brief strong lan­guage. — Guy Lodge, Va­ri­ety ★★★ Isle of Dogs — Wes An­der­son di­rects this stop-mo­tion story of a boy look­ing for a lost dog. With the voices of Bryan Cranston, Ed­ward Nor­ton and Bill Mur­ray. 101min. (PG-13) for the­matic el­e­ments and some vi­o­lent im­ages. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune (NR) The Mir­a­cle Sea­son — A high school vol­ley­ball team seeks the state cham­pi­onship af­ter the death of a team­mate. With He­len Hunt and Wil­liam Hurt. 99 min. (PG) for the­matic el­e­ments. ★★ ½ AQuiet Place — John Krasin­ski stars in and di­rects this tale of a fam­ily hid­ing from crea­tures that hunt by sound. With Emily Blunt. 90 min. (PG-13) for ter­ror and some bloody im­ages. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune

First Run

★★★★ Black Pan­ther — Af­ter the death of his fa­ther, a prince (Chad­wick Bose­man) re­turns to his African home of Wakanda to con­quer evil and pro­tect his tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced na­tion. With Michael B. Jor­dan and Lupita Ny­ong'o. 135 min. (PG-13) for pro­longed se­quences of ac­tion vi­o­lence, and a brief rude ges­ture. — Ken­neth Tu­ran, Los An­ge­les Times ★★★ ½ The Death of Stalin — Dark com­edy set in the 1950s Soviet Union as var­i­ous min­sters jos­tle for power. With Steve Buscemi, Si­mon Rus­sell Beale and Jef­frey Tam­bor. 107 min. (R) for lan­guage through­out, vi­o­lence and some sex­ual ref­er­ences. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune ★ Death Wish — In a re­make of the Charles Bron­son clas­sic from1974, Bruce Willis stars as a man out for re­venge af­ter his fam­ily is vi­o­lently at­tacked. With El­iz­a­beth Shue and Vin­cent D’Onofrio. (R) for strong bloody vi­o­lence and lan­guage through­out.— Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune (NR) Fox­trot — A man and his wife cope with grief af­ter learn­ing that their son died in the line of duty. In He­brew. 108 min. (R) for some sex­ual con­tent in­clud­ing graphic im­ages, and brief drug use. ★★ ½ Game Night — A weekly get­to­gether lev­els up when the cou­ples par­tic­i­pate in a mur­der-mys­tery party. With Ja­son Bate­man, Rachel McA­dams, Billy Mag­nussen, Sharon Hor­gan and Kyle Chan­dler. 93 min. (R) for lan­guage, sex­ual ref­er­ences and some vi­o­lence. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune (NR) God’s Not Dead: ALight in the Dark­ness — A fire and sub­se­quent pres­sure from a lo­cal uni­ver­sity threat­ens a con­gre­ga­tion's ex­is­tence and chal­lenges its pas­tor. With David A.R. White, John Cor­bett, Shane Harper and Ta­tum O'Neal. 105 min. (PG) for the­matic el­e­ments in­clud­ing some vi­o­lence and sug­ges­tive ma­te­rial. (NR) I Can Only Imag­ine — Faith-based drama based on the life of Mer­cyMe singer Bart Mil­lard. With J. Michael Fin­ley, Brody Rose and Den­nis Quaid. 110 min. (PG) for the­matic el­e­ments in­clud­ing some vi­o­lence. ★★ ½ Ju­manji: Wel­come to the Jun­gle — Four teenagers find them­selves in­side an old video game con­sole fea­tur­ing fe­ro­cious re­al­ism and dan­ger. With Dwayne John­son, Jack Black and Kevin Hart. 119 min. (PG-13) for ad­ven­ture ac­tion, sug­ges­tive con­tent and some lan­guage. — Lind­sey Bahr, As­so­ci­ated Press The Last Suit — At 88, Abra­ham Bursztein is see­ing his place in the world rapidly dis­ap­pear. His kids have sold his Buenos Aires res­i­dence, set him up to move to a re­tire­ment home, and dis­agree on how to han­dle his fad­ing health. But Abra­ham sur­vived the Holo­caust, made a suc­cess­ful life in a for­eign land, and isn’t about to qui­etly fade away. In­stead, he plots a se­cret one-way trip to Poland, where he plans to find the Chris­tian friend who saved him from cer­tain death at the end of World War II, and to keep his prom­ise to re­turn one day. In Span­ish, Pol­ish, Yid­dish, Ger­man with English sub­ti­tles. 86 min. (U). — Mia Leonin, Art­burst­mi­ami.com ★ ½ The Leisure Seeker — A run­away cou­ple go on an un­for­get­table jour­ney in the faith­ful old RV they call “The Leisure Seeker.” Di­rected by Paolo Virzì. Writen by Michael Zadoo­rian, Stephen Ami­don. Star­ring He­len Mir­ren, Don­ald Suther­land, Janel Moloney. 112 min. (R) for some sex­ual ma­te­rial. — Jay Weiss­berg, Va­ri­ety ★★★ ½ Love, Si­mon — A teenager frets about com­ing out to his fam­ily and friends and over the iden­tity of the un­known class­mate for whom he has fallen for on­line. With Nick Robin­son, Jen­nifer Garner and Josh Duhamel. 100 min. (PG-13) for the­matic el­e­ments, sex­ual ref­er­ences, lan­guage and teen par­ty­ing. ★ ½ Mid­night Sun — Teen love is threat­ened by a17-year-old girl’s lifethreat­en­ing sen­si­tiv­ity to sun­light. With Bella Thorne, Patrick Sch­warzeneg­ger and Rob Rig­gle. 91min. (PG-13) for some teen par­ty­ing and sen­su­al­ity. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune Con­tent Agency ★★ Pa­cific Rim: Uprising — Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi) and Jake Pen­te­cost (John Boyega) lead their fren­emy Lam­bert (Scott East­wood) and new Jaeger pi­lots in the fight against a young hacker. 110 min. (PG-13) for se­quences of sci-fi vi­o­lence and ac­tion, and some lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune ★★★ Paul, Apos­tle of Christ — Luke strug­gles to spread the Gospel as Paul is held cap­tive dur­ing the reign of Ro­man em­peror Nero. With Jim Caviezel, James Faulkner and Joanne Whal­ley. 107 min. (PG-13) for some vi­o­lent con­tent and dis­turb­ing im­ages. ★★ ½ Pe­ter Rab­bit — James Cor­den gives voice to Beatrix Pot­ter's no­table hare in this mix of live-ac­tion and an­i­ma­tion. With Rose Byrne, Domh­nall Glee­son; voices by Daisy Ri­d­ley, El­iz­a­beth De­bicki and Mar­got Rob­bie. 93 min. (PG) for some rude hu­mor and ac­tion. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune Con­tent Agency ★★★ Ready Player One — Steven Spiel­berg adapts Ernest Cline’s novel about a teen (Tye Sheri­dan) who en­ters a vir­tual-re­al­ity game in hopes of win­ning a prize that would make him the wealth­i­est hu­man in the world. First, though, he must de­feat an evil cor­po­ra­tion and stop a war. With Olivia Cooke and Ben Men­del­sohn. (PG-13) for se­quences of sci-fi ac­tion vi­o­lence, bloody im­ages, some sug­ges­tive ma­te­rial, par­tial nu­dity and lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune ★ ½ Red Sparrow — Bal­le­rina Do­minika Egorova is re­cruited to “Sparrow School,” a Rus­sian in­tel­li­gence ser­vice where she is forced to use her body as a weapon. Her first mis­sion, tar­get­ing a C.I.A. agent, threat­ens to un­ravel the se­cu­rity of both na­tions. Di­rected by Fran­cis Lawrence. Writ­ten by Justin Haythe, Ja­son Matthews. Star­ring Jen­nifer Lawrence, Joel Edger­ton, Matthias Schoe­naerts. 139 min. (R) for strong vi­o­lence, tor­ture, sex­ual con­tent, lan­guage and some graphic nu­dity. Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune ★★ 7 Days in En­tebbe — The1976 hi­jack­ing of an Air France flight leads to a diplo­matic stand­off in Uganda as the Is­raeli gov­ern­ment races the clock to res­cue the pas­sen­gers. With Rosamund Pike, Daniel Bruhl and Ed­die Marsan. 107 min. (PG-13) for vi­o­lence, some the­matic ma­te­rial, drug use, smok­ing and brief strong lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune ★★ Sher­lock Gnomes — The Gnomes are back, and there’s a mys­tery to solve when some gar­den or­na­ments go miss­ing. With the voices of James McAvoy, Emily Blunt and Johnny Depp. 86 min. (PG) for some rude and sug­ges­tive hu­mor. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune Con­tent Agency (NR) The Strangers: Prey at Night — A trio of psy­chopaths ter­ror­ize a fam­ily at a se­cluded mo­bile home park. With Christina Hen­dricks, Martin Hen­der­son and Bailee Madi­son. 85 min. (R) for hor­ror vi­o­lence and ter­ror through­out, and for lan­guage.

G— Gen­eral au­di­ences. All ages ad­mit­ted.

R— Re­stricted. Un­der 17 re­quires guardian.

U— Un­rated. Con­tent varies. ★★ Tomb Raider — Ali­cia Wickan­der stars as Lara Croft, who searches for her long-miss­ing fa­ther in this re­boot of the ac­tion ad­ven­ture se­ries based on the video game. With Do­minic West and Wal­ton Gog­gins. 118 min. (PG-13) for se­quences of vi­o­lence and ac­tion, and for some lan­guage. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune (NR) Tyler Perry’s Ac­ri­mony — Taraji P. Hen­son stars as a woman wronged by her hus­band. With Lyriq Bent and Crys­tle Ste­wart. 120 min. (R) for lan­guage, sex­ual con­tent and some vi­o­lence. ★★ ½ Unsane — In­side a men­tal in­sti­tu­tion, a young woman con­fronts her great­est fear. With Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard and Jay Pharoah. 98 min. (R) for dis­turb­ing be­hav­ior, vi­o­lence, lan­guage, and sex ref­er­ences. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune ★★ ½ AWrin­kle in Time — The ea­gerly an­tic­i­pated adap­ta­tion from Ava Du­Ver­nay fol­lows a girl and her younger brother as they try to find their miss­ing fa­ther (Chris Pine) with the help of three women (Oprah Win­frey, Mindy Kal­ing and Reese Wither­spoon) with spe­cial pow­ers. With Gugu Mbatha-Raw. 109 min. (PG) for the­matic el­e­ments and some peril. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tri­bune

COLUMBIA PIC­TURES

Jim Caviezel, left, plays Luke and James Faulkner is Paul in the bib­li­cal drama “Paul, Apos­tle of Christ.” (NR) Not re­viewed

— Parental guid­ance. Some ma­te­rial may not be suit­able for pre­teens.

— Some ma­te­rial in­ap­pro­pri­ate for chil­dren un­der 13. — No one un­der 17 al­lowed.

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