Ant-manand the Wasp — Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly reprise their roles to uncover dark secrets of their past. Walton Goggins (“Justified”) also stars. 118 min. (PG-13) for some sci-fi action violence. (NR) Assassination Nation — After a malicious data hack exposes the secrets of the perpetually American town of Salem, chaos decends and four girls must fight to survive, while coping with the hack themselves. Directed and written by Sam Levinson. Starring Odessa Young, Hari Nef, Suki Waterhouse. 110 min. (R) for disturbing bloody violence, strong sexual material including menace, pervasive language, and for drug and alcohol use - all involving teens.
½ BlacKkKlansman — Spike Lee directs John David Washington as the first African-American man to infiltrate the Ku Klux Klan. Based on a true story. Adam Driver also stars. 135 min. (R) for language throughout, including racial epithets, and for disturbing/violent material and some sexual references. — Lindsey Bahr, Associated Press (NR) The Children Act — A British High Court judge balances her role in ruling on the welfare of minors and an increasingly challenging relationship with her husband. With Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci and Fionn Whitehead. 105 min. (R) for a sexual reference. Christopher Robin — Ewan McGregor plays the grown-up son of Winnie-thePooh creator A.A. Milne. When the man loses touch with his inner child, Pooh comes to the rescue. Hayley Atwell also stars. 104 min. (PG) for some action.
Crazy Rich Asians — A woman learns more about her boyfriend and his family after traveling to Singapore for a wedding. With Constance Wu, Michelle Yeoh and Awkwafina. 120 min. (PG-13) for some suggestive content and language.
The Equalizer 2 — Denzel Washington is back as the former CIA black ops agent delivering vigilante justice for those in need. With Pedro Pascal, Bill Pullman and Melissa Leo. 121min. (R) for brutal violence throughout, language, and some drug content.
½ Fahrenheit 11⁄ Provocative filmmaker Michael Moore explores the Trump era of American politics in this documentary. With David Hogg, Moore and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. 125 min. (R) for language and some disturbing material/images.
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation — Movie is a little light on the zing factor. Cast: Adam Sandler, David Spade, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, Kathryn Hahn, Steve Busceni. Director: Genndy Tartakovsky. 97 minutes. (PG) for action scenes, rude humor. — Rick Bentley, Tribune News Service
The House With AClock In Its Walls — A man (Jack Black) who may have magical powers enlists the help of his orphaned nephew to find a clock that could destroy the planet. Cate Blanchett plays the good witch who lives next door. 104 min. (PG) for thematic elements including sorcery, some action, scary images, rude humor and language. — Katie Walsh, Tribune Content Agency
½ Incredibles 2 — Mr. Incredible stays home with the kids while Elastigirl is pressed into hero action to save the day. Voice cast includes Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson. 118 min. (PG) for action sequences and some brief mild language. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune
Life Itself — The romance, marriage and parenthood of a young New York couple affects generations and spans continents. With Oscar Isaac, Olivia Wilde and Annette Bening. 118 min. (R) for language including sexual references, some violent images and brief drug use. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune (NR) Lizzie — Chloe Sevigny portrays Lizzie Borden, infamous for allegedly killing her father and stepfather. This time, the story is told from the young girl’s point of view. Kristen Stewart plays the family maid who is Lizzie’s only friend. 105 min. (R) for violence and grisly images, nudity, a scene of sexuality and some language. Love, Gilda — Documentary on the late “Saturday Night Live” comedian. Featuring Melissa McCarthy, Amy Poehler and Bill Hader. 88 min. (U). Living Room Theaters/FAU, Boca Raton.
½ The Meg— Jason Statham stars as a diver who must save a group of scientists from a 70-foot, prehistoric shark off the coast of China. Cliff Curtis, Ruby Rose, Rainn Wilson also star. 115 min. (PG-13) for action/peril, bloody images and some language. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune (NR) The Nun — In the fifth installment of “The Conjuring” series, a priest (Demian Bichir) and a novitiate (Taissa Farmiga) investigate a nun’s death. 96 min. (R) for terror, violence, and disturbing/bloody images.
½ Operation Finale — Mossad agent Peter Malkin embarks on a covert mission to Argentina to capture Nazi Adolf Eichmann. With Oscar Isaac, Melanie Laurent and Ben Kingsley. 122 min. (PG-13) for disturbing thematic content and related violent images, and for some language. (NR) Peppermint — Jennifer Garner stars as a mother who has been wronged and is out for justice and revenge. 102 min. (R) for strong violence and language throughout.
½ The Predator — A group of former soldiers and a science teacher must save the world from aliens seeking to destroy humanity. Sterling K. Brown, Olivia Munn star. 108 min. (R) for strong bloody violence, language throughout, and crude sexual references. — Nick Vadala, The Philadelphia Inquirer (NR) Searching — A desperate man searches for clues on his daughter’s laptop after she goes missing without a trace. Jon Cho and Debra Messing. 102 min. (PG-13) for thematic content, some drug and sexual references, and for language.
ASimple Favor — Anna Kendrick stars as a momblogger who investigates the disappearance of her best friend. With Blake Lively and Henry Golding. (R) for sexual content and language throughout, some graphic nude images, drug use and violence. 117 min. — Katie Walsh, Tribune Content Agency SunSentinel. com/ entertainment. (NR) Unbroken: Path To Redemption — Continues the story of Olympic runner and World War II hero Louie Zamperini as he battles PTSD and discovers his faith. With Samuel Hunt, Merritt Patterson and Bobby Campo. 98 min. (PG-13) for thematic content and related disturbing images. (NR) Where Hands Touch — In 1944, an African German teenager becomes friends with a member of the Hitler Youth. With Amandla Stenberg, George MacKay and Abbie Cornish. 122 min. (U)
White Boy Rick — Matthew McConaughey plays the father of a Detroit teenager who became an informant for the FBI in the 1980s during the height of the war on drugs. Jennifer Jason Leigh also stars. 110 min. (R) for language throughout, drug content, violence, some sexual references and brief nudity. — Katie Walsh, Tribune Content Agency
½ The Wife — A wife questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband, where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. Directed by Björn Runge. Written by Jane Anderson, Meg Wolitzer. Starring Christian Slater, Max Irons, Glenn Close. 100 min. (R) for language and some sexual content. — Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune
Kristen Stewart and Chloe Sevigny in the film “Lizzie.” (NR) Not reviewed — General audiences. All ages admitted.— Parental guidance. Some material may not be suitable for preteens.— Some material inappropriate for children under 13. — Restricted. Under 17 requires guardian. — No one under 17 allowed. — Unrated. Content varies. Search past reviews and showtimes by theater, movie title or by city are available at