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AVENGERS: IN­FIN­ITY WAR 149 min­utes (M)

Every­body who is any­body in Marvel’s rich and ex­traor­di­nar­ily colour­ful uni­verse con­verges for In­fin­ity War, an epic film even in this out-sized en­vi­ron­ment.

TULLY 96 min­utes (M)

Char­l­ize Theron is re­united with writer Di­ablo Cody and di­rec­tor Ja­son Reit­man (Young Adult) for an in­ti­mate ac­count of the all-con­sum­ing state of early moth­er­hood.

CARGO 105 min­utes (MA15+)

Andy (Martin Free­man) has just 48 hours to save his baby daugh­ter from the crea­ture he is about to be­come in this eerily ef­fec­tive en­viro-zom­bie thriller.

LIFE OF THE PARTY 105 min­utes (M)

Melissa McCarthy is a funny wo­man – but even she can’t breath any life into this sorry soror­ity com­edy. There are a cou­ple of fun scenes but most jokes fall flat.

AURORE 89 min­utes (M)

Agnes Jaoui’s “lived in” performance car­ries this com­ing-of-mid­dle age French com­edy about a wait­ress who bumps into an old flame.

CHAPPAQUIDDICK 107 min­utes (M)

A foren­sic ex­am­i­na­tion of the night, in 1969, Ted Kennedy drove his car off the now-in­fa­mous bridge — and the abil­ity of power and au­thor­ity to ma­nip­u­late jus­tice.

MID­NIGHT OIL: 1984 90 min­utes (M)

The power and the pas­sion sur­vive the her­metic seal of this cin­e­matic time cap­sule, which fo­cuses on Peter Garrett’s tilt at the Se­nate.

BREATH 115 min­utes (M)

A not-so-old man, two boys and the sea; in this West Aus­tralian ver­sion of the story, it’s a wave they are look­ing to catch.

LOVE­LESS 127 min­utes (MA15+)

A 12-year-old boy be­comes col­lat­eral dam­age in a bit­ter, ugly divorce in Love­less, a psy­cho­log­i­cal thriller that rat­tles the soul.

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