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Hoech­lin, Ryan Guz­man. 117 min. (R) for language through­out, sex­ual con­tent, drug use and some nu­dity. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune News­pa­pers ★★★ Eye in the Sky — A joint U.S.-Bri­tish mil­i­tary op­er­a­tion to cap­ture ter­ror­ists in Kenya us­ing drones takes a po­ten­tially deadly turn. With He­len Mir­ren, Aaron Paul, Alan Rick­man. Di­rected by Gavin Hood. 102 min. (R) for some vi­o­lent images and language. (NR) God’s Not Dead 2 — A teacher fights for the right to dis­cuss Je­sus in her high-school class­room. With Melissa Joan Hart, Jesse Met­calfe, David A.R. White and Ray Wise. Di­rected by Harold Cronk. 121min. (PG) for some the­matic el­e­ments. (NR) Hard­core Henry — An am­ne­siac awak­ens, only to be im­me­di­ately shot at be­fore his wife is kid­napped by a vi­cious Moscow war­lord. With Sharlto Co­p­ley, Danila Ko­zlovsky and Ha­ley Ben­nett. Di­rected by Ilya Naishuller. In English and Rus­sian with Rus­sian with English sub­ti­tles. 96 min. (R) for non­stop bloody bru­tal vi­o­lence and may­hem, language through­out, sex­ual con­tent/nu­dity and drug use. ★★★ ½ Hello, MyNameis Doris — A wo­man ex­pe­ri­ences a late-in-life re­nais­sance via a self-help sem­i­nar and a hand­some new co-worker. With Sally Field, Max Green­field and Beth Behrs. Di­rected by Michael Showal­ter. 90 min. (R) for language. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune News­pa­pers ★★ AHolo­gram for the King — An Amer­i­can busi­ness­man trav­els to Saudi Ara­bia to close a huge deal and is be­fud­dled by lo­cal cus­toms and bu­reau­cracy. With Tom Hanks, Ben Whishaw, Tom Sk­er­ritt and Sarita Choudhury. Di­rected by Tom Tyk­wer, based on the novel by Dave Eg­gers. 97 min. (R) for some sex­u­al­ity/nu­dity, language and brief drug use. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune ★★ The Hunts­man: Winter’s War — Queen Ravenna’s ice queen sis­ter Freya re­turns home to avenge her sis­ter’s death. With Chris Hemsworth, Char­l­ize Theron, Emily Blunt and Jes­sica Chas­tain. Di­rected by Cedric Ni­co­las-Troyan. 114. (PG-13) for fan­tasy ac­tion vi­o­lence and some sen­su­al­ity. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune News Ser­vice ★★★ The Jun­gle Book — Live ac­tion and CGI ver­sion of Rud­yard Ki­pling’s tale, which fol­lows the ad­ven­tures of the raised-by­wolves boy Mowgli. With Neel Sethi and the voices of Bill Mur­ray, Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba. Di­rected by Jon Favreau. 106 min. (PG) for some se­quences of scary ac­tion and peril. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune News­pa­pers ★★★ ½ Kung Fu Panda 3 — Furry mar­tial artist Po jour­neys with his long-lost fa­ther to a panda par­adise where he must train his klutzy com­padres to fight the evil Kai. Voices of Jack Black, Bryan Cranston, Dustin Hoff­man and An­gelina Jolie. Di­rected by Jen­nifer Yuh Nel­son and Alessan­dro Car­loni. 95 min. (PG) for mar­tial arts ac­tion and some mild rude hu­mor. — Katie Walsh, Tri­bune News Ser­vice ★ ½ Lon­don has Fallen — The fu­neral of the Bri­tish prime min­is­ter is the tar­get of ter­ror­ists in this se­quel to the 2013 hit “Olym­pus Has Fallen.” With Ger­ard But­ler, Aaron Eck­hart, Mor­gan Free­man. Writ­ten by Creighton Rothen­berger & Ka­trin Benedikt and Chris­tian Gude­gast and Chad St. John. Di­rected by Babak Na­jafi. 100 min. (R) for strong vi­o­lence and language through­out. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune News­pa­pers ★★★ ½ Marguerite — In 1921 France, a wealthy wo­man pur- sues her pas­sion for mu­sic de­spite an ev­i­dent lack of tal­ent. With Cather­ine Frot, An­dre Mar­con, De­nis Mpunga. Di­rected by Xavier Gian­noli. In French with English sub­ti­tles. 127 min. (R) for brief graphic nu­dity and sex­ual con­tent, and a scene of drug use. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune News­pa­pers ★★★ Miles Ahead — Don Chea­dle co-wrote, di­rected and stars in this biopic based on the life of jazz leg­end Miles Davis. With Ewan McGre­gor, Emay­atzy Corineadli, Lakeith Lee Stan­field and Michael Stuhlbarg. 100 min. (R) for strong language through­out, drug use, some sex­u­al­ity/ nu­dity and brief vi­o­lence. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune ★★ ½ Mir­a­cles from Heaven — Af­ter an ac­ci­dent, a young girl with an in­cur­able dis­ease ex­pe­ri­ences a re­ver­sal un­ex­plain­able by med­i­cal ex­perts. With Jen­nifer Gar­ner, Martin Henderson and John Car­roll Lynch. 109 min. (PG) for the­matic ma­te­rial, in­clud­ing ac­ci­dent and med­i­cal images. ★★ MyBig Fat Greek Wed­ding 2 — Fol­low-up to the high­est-gross­ing ro­man­tic com­edy of all time. With Nia Vardalos, John Cor­bett, Lainie Kazan and Gia Carides. Di­rected by Kirk Jones. 94 min. (PG) for some sug­ges­tive ma­te­rial. ★★ Re­mem­ber — With the aid of a fel­low Auschwitz sur­vivor and a hand-writ­ten let­ter, an el­derly man with de­men­tia goes in search of the per­son re­spon­si­ble for the death of his fam­ily. Di­rected by Atom Egoyan. Writ­ten by Ben­jamin Au­gust. Star­ring Christo­pher Plum­mer, Dean Nor­ris, Martin Lan­dau. 94 min. (R) for a se­quence of vi­o­lence and language. ★★ ½ 10 Clover­field Lane — A wo­man wakes up to find her­self im­pris­oned in a cel­lar, un­sure whether to be­lieve her cap­tor who claims the out­side world has been ren­dered un­in­hab­it­able. With John Good­man, Mary El­iz­a­beth Win­stead and John Gal­lagher Jr. Di­rected by Dan Tracht­en­berg. 103 min. (PG-13) for the­matic ma­te­rial in­clud­ing fright­en­ing se­quences of threat with some vi­o­lence, and brief language. — Michael Phillips, Tri­bune News­pa­pers ★★★ Zootopia — Rookie cop Judy Hopps - a bunny - teams with slick con-artist fox Nick Wilde to solve a mys­tery in Dis­ney’s 55th an­i­mated fea­ture. Voices by Gin­nifer Good­win, Ja­son Bateman, Shakira. Di­rected by By­ron Howard, Rich Moore, co-di­rected by Jared Bush. 108 min. (PG) for some the­matic el­e­ments, rude hu­mor and ac­tion. ★★★ Pur­ple Rain — Rock star Prince is stun­ning as a strug­gling young mu­si­cian from an un­happy home who searches for fame, love and self-es­teem. He ig­nites the screen with his cat-like grace and swarthy, of­ten ethe­real ap­pear­ance. (R) for coarse language, nu­dity.


A scene from “The Jun­gle Book.”

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