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Fri­day through Sun­day, Ridge­way Cinema Grill. Tick­ets: $10 per screen­ing ($8 for stu­dents). Visit out­flixfes­ti­val.org. Repa­ra­tion (Not rated, 105 min.) Writer-di­rec­tor Kyle Ham and Mem­phis-based com­poser De­van Yanik host this lo­cal pre­miere of their drama about a troubled Air Force vet­eran. 7 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Stu­dio on the Square. Tick­ets: $11, or $9 for stu­dents, mil­i­tary veter­ans and ac­tive-duty mil­i­tary per­son­nel. Visit repa­ra­tion­movie.com/mem­phis. Re­spect Your­self: The Stax Records Story (Not rated, 114 min.) The out­door “In­die Mem­phis Mu­sic Film Se­ries” con­tin­ues with this 2007 doc­u­men­tary about Mem­phis’ pre­em­i­nent soul la­bel. 7 p.m. Thurs­day, Le­vitt Shell. Ad­mis­sion: free. Visit in­diemem­phis.com. The Rocky Hor­ror Pic­ture Show (R, 100 min.) 11:30 p.m. Fri­day, Ever­green Theatre, 1705 Poplar. Tick­ets: $10. Visit rocky­hor­rormem­phis.com. The Sea­sons in Quincy: Four Por­traits of John Berger (Not rated, 90 min.) Four di­rec­tors who con­trib­ute seg­ments to this doc­u­men­tary about 90-yearold nov­el­ist, poet, painter and art critic John Berger. 2 p.m. Satur­day, Mem­phis Brooks Muse- um of Art. Tick­ets: $9, or $5 for stu­dents and mu­seum mem­bers. Visit brooksmu­seum.org. Snow­den (R, 185 min.) This pre­view screen­ing of di­rec­tor Oliver Stone’s drama about NSA “whis­tle-blower” Ed­ward Snow­den (Joseph Gor­donLe­vitt) will be fol­lowed by a live-via-satel­lite con­ver­sa­tion be­tween Snow­den and Stone. 6:30 p.m. Wed­nes­day, Par­adiso. Tick­ets: $19. Visit malco.com. Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens (PG-13, 136 min.) The lat­est “Star Wars” se­quel on the gi­ant-size Pink Palace screen. In 2D. 4 p.m. Satur­day and Sun­day, CTI 3D Gi­ant Theater, Mem­phis Pink Palace Mu­seum, 3050 Cen­tral Ave. Tick­ets: $9 adult (13-59), $8 se­niors (60+), $7 chil­dren (3-12). Call 901-636-2362 for show­times, tick­ets and reser­va­tions The Tested (Not rated, 106 min.) A po­lice of­fi­cer shoots and kills an un­armed teenager in this drama about race re­la­tions. 4 p.m. Satur­day, 1 and 7 p.m. Sun­day, Baobab Film­house, 652 Mar­shall. Tick­ets: $12.50 at the door ($10 for mati­nees), $10 in ad­vance ($8 for mati­nees), $8 for se­niors and stu­dents. Visit baob­a­b­film­house.com. 2 Days in New York (R, 96 min.) A 2012 com­edy about the may­hem that en­sues when fam­ily mem­bers de­scend on the apart­ment of a mixed-race cou­ple. 7 p.m. Fri­day, 1 and 7 p.m. Satur­day, 4 p.m. Sun­day, Baobab Film­house, 652 Mar­shall. Tick­ets: $12.50 at the door ($10 for mati­nees), $10 in ad­vance ($8 for mati­nees), $8 for se­niors and stu­dents. Visit baob­a­b­film­house.com. Un­real Film Fes­ti­val: Science-fic­tion, fan­tasy and hor­ror films from around the world. See story on Page 12. Fri­day through Sun­day, Stu­dio on the Square. Fri­day: $12. Satur­day: $15. Sun­day: $13. Week­end pass: $32. Visit un­re­al­film­fest.com. Zookeeper (PG, 95 min.) The out­door “Movie Night at Car­riage Cross­ing.” “Pre­movie fun” be­gins at 7 p.m., and the film starts at dusk. Fam­i­lies are en­cour­aged to bring blan­kets and lawn chairs. Fri­day, Cen­tral Park at Car­riage Cross­ing, 4674 Mer­chants Park Cir­cle, Col­lierville. Ad­mis­sion: free. Visit shop­car­riage­cross­ing.com. Bad Moms (R, 101 min.) They’re en­gaged in “comedic self-in­dul­gence,” and they in­clude Mila Ku­nis, Kathryn Hahn and Kris­ten Bell. Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, For­est Hill 8, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Olive Branch Cinema, Par­adiso, Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. Ben-hur (PG-13, 124 min.) Jack Hus­ton es­says the old Charl­ton He­ston role of the prince turned gal­ley slave turned char­iot-racer. Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, For­est Hill 8, Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. The BFG (PG, 117 min.) HHH Work­ing from a 1982 chil­dren’s novel by the late Roald Dahl, di­rec­tor Steven Spiel­berg re­unites with “E.T.” screen­writer Melissa Mathi­son to re­visit the themes of their 1982 suc­cess. Bartlett 10. Café So­ci­ety (PG-13, 96 min.) HHH Writer- di­rec­tor Woody Allen’s 47th (!) the­atri­cal fea­ture. For­est Hill 8. Cap­tain Amer­ica: Civil War (PG-13, 147 min.) HHH This some­what un­gainly Mar­vel se­quel al­most col­lapses un­der its own weight. Bartlett 10. Cen­tral In­tel­li­gence (PG-13, 114 min.) Star­ring Kevin Hart and Dwayne John­son. Bartlett 10. Don’t Breathe (R, 88 min.) HHH ½ Three teenage bur­glars in the home of a tough war vet­eran who vi­o­lently turns the ta­bles on his would-be vic­tim­iz­ers. Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Ma­jes­tic, Olive Branch Cinema, Palace Cinema, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in. Don’t Think Twice (R, 92 min.) Mike Bir­biglia is the writer-di­rec­tor-star of this en­sem­ble com­edy about an im­prov troupe. Stu­dio on the Square. Eq­uity (R, 100 min.) A a story about in­vest­ment bank­ing cor­rup­tion. Stu­dio on the Square. Find­ing Dory (PG, 103 min.) More finny fun from Pixar. Cine­planet 16, Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. Florence Fos­ter Jenk­ins (PG-13, 110 min.) Meryl Streep in a biopic about a New York heiress with a ter­ri­ble voice who is de­ter­mined to be an opera singer. Ridge­way Cinema Grill. Ghost­busters (PG-13, 116 min.) HHH A fe­male-cast re­make of the beloved 1984 hit. Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. Greater (PG, 131 min.) Christo­pher Sev­e­rio is Ar­kan­sas Ra­zor­back Bran­don Burlsworth, “pos­si­bly the great­est walk-on in the his­tory of col­lege foot­ball.” Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema. Hands of Stone (R, 105 min.) Edgar Ramirez is boxer Roberto Du­ran and Robert De Niro is Du­ran’s trainer. Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Ma­jes­tic, Olive Branch Cinema, Stage Cinema. Hell or High Wa­ter (R, 102 min.) Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine and Ben Fos­ter in a con­tem­po­rary Western about Texas bank rob­bers. Cine­planet 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Ridge­way Cinema Grill. The In­no­cents (PG-13, 115 min.) A French film about a Red Cross doc­tor min­is­ter­ing to a con­vent of preg­nant nuns in post­war Poland. Stu­dio on the Square. Janatha Garage (Not rated, 150 min.) An ac­tion film from In­dia. Col­lierville Towne 16. Ja­son Bourne (PG-13, 121 min.) Matt Da­mon again acts the role of Amer­ica’s fa­vorite am­ne­siac ex-as­sas­sin. Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, For­est Hill 8, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Olive Branch Cinema, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema. The Jun­gle Book (PG, 105 min.) HHH ½ Re­al­is­tic an­i­mals, trop­i­cal fo­liage and ex­otic Asian land­scapes are as much the prod­ucts of dig­i­tal an­i­ma­tion as the el­e­ments in a Pixar project. Bartlett 10. Kubo and the Two Strings (PG, 101 min.) A stop-mo­tion an­i­mated fan­tasy about a boy on the run from gods and mon­sters in an­cient Ja­pan. Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema (in 3-D), Palace Cinema, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema. The Leg­end of Tarzan (PG-13, 109 min.) HHH The first ma­jor live-ac­tion Tarzan movie in three decades. Bartlett 10. The Light Be­tween Oceans (PG-13, 133 min.) A light­house keeper and his wife raise a baby they res­cue from an adrift row­boat. Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Olive Branch Cinema, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema. Lights Out (PG-13, 81 min.) HH ½ Di­rec­tor David F. Sand­berg’s fairly ef­fec­tive fea­ture de­but imag­ines an an­gry ghost with a long­time in­flu­ence on a fam­ily. Bartlett 10, Cine­planet 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Ma­jes­tic, Palace Cinema, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in. Me­chanic: Res­ur­rec­tion (R, 99 min.) Ja­son Statham re­turns as uber-as­sas­sin Arthur Bishop. Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Palace Cinema, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in. Mor­gan (R, 92 min.) AnyaTay­lor Joy is an ar­ti­fi­cially cre­ated hu­manoid, and Kate Mara, Michelle Yeoh and Paul Gia­matti are among the hu­mans who make her mad. Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Ma­jes­tic, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema. Nerve (PG-13, 96 min.) Emma Roberts and Dave Franco par­tic­i­pate in a mo­bile on­line game even more dan­ger­ous than “Poke­mon Go.” Cine­planet 16, Olive Branch Cinema. Nine Lives (PG, 87 min.) Busi­ness exec Kevin Spacey learns to be a bet­ter fa­ther when he is trans­ported into the body of the fam­ily cat. Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. No Manches Frida (PG-13, 114 min.) A Span­ish-lan­guage com­edy about a ditzy bank rob­ber who poses as a teacher to ac­cess the loot buried be­neath a school. Par­adiso. Now You See Me 2 (PG13, 129 min.) HH “The Four Horse­men” are re­cruited by a venge­ful tech prodigy (Daniel Rad­cliffe) to pil­fer the pri­vacy-eras­ing soft­ware of a cor­rupt cap­i­tal­ist. Bartlett 10. Pete’s Dragon (PG, 82 min.) HHH ½ Di­rec­tor David Low­ery’s pow­er­ful film about a lit­er­ally warm and fuzzy fire-breather with a prog­nathic jaw. Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, Desoto Cinema 16, For­est Hill 8, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Olive Branch Cinema, Par­adiso, Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. The Purge: Elec­tion Year (R, 105 min.) HH ½ The third “Purge” film is more a “Hunger Games” chap­ter than the sharp-fo­cused ter­ror ex­er­cise of the 2013 orig­i­nal. Bartlett 10. Sausage Party (R, 83 min.) HHH The lat­est project from writ­ing/pro­duc­ing part­ners Seth Ro­gen, Evan Gold­berg, Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaf­fer. Desoto Cinema 16, Palace Cinema, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in, Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. The Se­cret Life of Pets (PG, 90 min.) An an­i­mated cats-and-dogs-and-more com­edy from Il­lu­mi­na­tion En­ter­tain­ment (the “Min­ions” stu­dio). Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Ma­jes­tic, Olive Branch Cinema, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in, Wolfchase Gal­le­ria Cinema 8. The Shal­lows (PG-13, 87 min.) HHH A lone Amer­i­can surfer (Blake Lively) trapped in an iso­lated Mex­i­can cove by a great white shark. Bartlett 10. South­side With You (PG13, 84 min.) HH ½ Imag­ine the first date of the fu­ture First Cou­ple. Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Ma­jes­tic, Palace Cinema, Par­adiso. Star Trek Be­yond (PG-13, 122 min.) HHH Can-do out­erspace op­ti­mism of the late Gene Rod­den­berry’s lon­grun­ning science-fic­tion saga.

Sui­cide Squad (PG13, 130 min.) HH A DC Comics ori­gin saga about a team of ruth­less, brutish and deranged su­pervil­lains. Cine­planet 16, Col­lierville Towne 16, Cor­dova Cinema, Desoto Cinema 16, For­est Hill 8, Hol­ly­wood 20 Cinema, Ma­jes­tic, Olive Branch Cinema, Palace Cinema, Par­adiso, Stage Cinema, Stu­dio on the Square, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in. Teenage Mu­tant Ninja Tur­tles: Out of the Shad­ows (PG-13, 112 min.) A hard-shell se­quel. Bartlett 10. War Dogs (R, 114 min.) Jonah Hill and Miles Teller are hot­shot arms deal­ers in this fact-based po­lit­i­cal com­edy. Palace Cinema, Ridge­way Cinema Grill, Sum­mer Quar­tet Drive-in.

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