★ ½ Alice Through the Looking Glass — Alice time-travels to save the Mad Hatter. With Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway and Mia Wasikowska. Directed by James Bobin. 103 min. (PG) for fantasy action/peril and some language. — Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service ★★★ The Angry Birds Movie — Outliers Red, Chuck and Bomb must figure out what’s going on when mysterious green piggies arrive on their island. Voices of Jason Sudeikis, Josh Gad, Danny McBride. Directed by Fergal Reilly and Clay Kaytis. (PG) for rude humor and action. — Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service ★★ ½ Barbershop: The Next Cut — More than a decade later, the Southside Chicago hangout has gone co-ed in this sequel to the 2002 comedy. With Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer and Regina Hall. (PG-13) for sexual material and language. ★★★ Captain America: Civil War — Chris Evans returns as Steve Rogers and faces off against Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man as the Avengers split into feuding factions. With Scarlett Johansson. Directed by Anthony & Joe Russo. 147 min. (PG-13) for extended sequences of violence, action and mayhem. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★★ The Idol — This is the basically true story of Palestinian Mohammad Assaf, who won “Arab Idol” in 2013 and is now a goodwill ambassador for the UN. 100 min. (U). In Arabic, Spanish. — Colin Covert, Tribune News Service ★★★ The Jungle Book — Live action and CGI version of Rudyard Kipling’s tale, which follows the adventures of the raised-by-wolves 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 The Lobster — In a dystopian near future, single people are obliged to find a romantic partner in 45 days or are transformed into beasts and sent off into the woods. With Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz. Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos. 118 min. (R) for sexual content including dialogue, and some violence. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★★ ½ Love & Friendship — A young aristocratic widow is pursued by a disparate trio of gentlemen. With Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny, Xavier Samuel. Directed by Whit Stillman, based on a Jane Austen novella. 92 min. (PG) for some thematic elements. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★ The ManWhoKnewInfinity — In 1913 Cambridge, England, a young Indian math genius joins forces with an eccentric professor. With Dev Patel, Jeremy Irons, and Devika Bhise. Directed by Matthew Brown. 112 min. (PG-13) for some thematic elements and smoking. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★ MeBefore You — A girl in a small town forms an unlikely bond with a recently-paralyzed man she’s taking care of. With Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafflin. Directed by Thea Sharrock. 110 min. (PG-13) for thematic elements are some suggestive material. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★★ The Meddler — An aging widow from New York City follows her daughter to Los Angeles in hopes of starting a new life after her husband passes away. Directed and written by Lorene Scafaria. Starring Susan Sarandon, Rose Byrne, J.K. Simmons. 100 min. (PG-13) for brief drug content. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★ ½ Money Monster — A financial TV host (George Clooney) and his producer (Julia Roberts) are held hostage by a desperate man. Directed by Jodie Foster. 98 min. (R) for language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★★ Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping — A former boy band member (Andy Samberg) does everything in his power to maintain his celebrity status.With Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer. Co-directed by Taccone and Schaffer. 86 min. (R) for some graphic nudity, language throughout, sexual content and drug use. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★★★ Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising — Seth Rogen, Zac Efron, Rose Byrne return in this sequel to the 2014 frat-boysversus-new-parents comedy. Directed by Nicholas Stoller. 92 min. (R) for crude sexual content including brief graphic nudity, language throughout, drug use and teen partying. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★ ½ The Nice Guys — Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling team as a muscle-forhire and a private eye in this 1970s-set action comedy. With Angourie Rice. Directed by Shane Black. 116 min. (R) for violence, sexuality, nudity, language and brief drug use. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers (NR) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows — The Turtles return to save the city from a dangerous threat. Megan Fox, Stephen Amell star. 112 min. (PG-13) for sci-fi action violence. (NR) To Life — Jonas, a young man on the run, arrives in Berlin just in time to save Ruth’s life. Evicted from her apartment, the sarcastic yet warm-hearted Ruth – an aging Jewish cabaret singer – saw no other way out than suicide. Jonas, meanwhile, is driven by a secret, and fleeing from his love and his future. As Ruth recovers, she and Jonas begin to form a deep bond. In German with English subtitles. 86 min. (U). ★★★ Weiner — The documentary is an examination of disgraced New York Congressman Anthony Weiner’s mayoral campaign and the landscape of today’s political landscape. 96 min. (R) for language and some sexual material. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★ X-Men: Apocalypse — The original mutant awakens after thousands of years and he is not happy, triggering a battle for a new world order. With James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence. Directed by Bryan Singer Singer. 147 min. (PG-13) for sequences of violence, action and destruction, brief strong language and some suggestive images. — Michael Phillips, Tribune Newspapers ★★★ Zootopia — Rookie cop Judy Hopps - a bunny - teams with slick conartist 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.