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[NR] ACRIMONY

The psychologi­cal thriller from writer-director Tyler Perry stars Taraji P. Henson as a woman who decides to take revenge on her philanderi­ng husband. ( PG-13,

116 minutes, contains some disturbing violent content and terror.)

AVENGERS: INFINITY

This chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe takes you to a place that most superhero movies don’t — and where you may not want to go. ( PG-13, 154

minutes, contains intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, strong language and some crude references.)

BEAST

This auspicious feature debut for Michael Pearce portrays a young woman flirting with danger on the English island of Jersey. ( R, 107

minutes, contains disturbing violent content, crude language and some sexuality.)

BEIRUT

In the tradition of John le Carré, this taut political thriller uses its setting less as a subject than a backdrop. ( R, 109 minutes, contains strong language, some violence and a brief nude image.)

BLACK PANTHER

Believe the hype: Chadwick Boseman’s African superhero is fun to watch, and deeply important. ( PG-13, 140 minutes, contains prolonged sequences of action violence and a brief rude gesture.)

BLOCKERS

A trio of angsty parents tries to thwart their daughters’ promnight sex plans. ( R, 102 minutes, contains crude and sexual content, vulgar language throughout, drug material, teen partying and some graphic nudity.)

BOOK CLUB

Candice Bergen is the MVP of a cast of ’70s icons that includes Diane Keaton and Jane Fonda.

( PG-13, 104 minutes, contains sex-related material throughout and crude language.) [NR] BREAKING IN Gabrielle Union stars in a homeinvasi­on thriller about a mother forced to use her wits and maternal instincts to save her two children when they are taken hostage. ( PG

13, 88 minutes, contains violence, menace, bloody images, sexual references and brief strong language.) [NR] BYE BYE GERMANY A darkly comic drama set in 1946 Frankfurt about a Jewish survivor of a concentrat­ion camp who goes into the linen business after the war. ( Unrated, 102 minutes, contains mature thematic material, some coarse language, a brief, violent image and brief sensuality. In German and some English with subtitles.) CHAPPAQUID­DICK This true-crime film looks at the 1969 incident that almost derailed Ted Kennedy’s career. ( PG-13, 101

minutes, contains mature thematic material, disturbing images, some strong language and smoking.) DEADPOOL 2 The Marvel superhero sequel is a bloody, sarcastic and foulmouthe­d delight. ( R, 119 minutes, contains strong violence, vulgarity, sexual references, smoking and brief drug material.) THE DEATH OF STALIN Set in the Soviet Union in 1953, Armando Iannucci’s new movie is a tragicomed­y that’s timely. ( R, 97

minutes, contains crude language throughout, violence and some sexual references.) DISOBEDIEN­CE Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams play Jewish women who must hide their mutual attraction from their community. ( R, 114

minutes, contains some strong sexuality, brief coarse language, partial nudity and smoking.) GODARD MON AMOUR The film from the Oscar-winning director of “The Artist” is visually bold but shallow ( R, 107 minutes, contains graphic nudity, sexuality and crude language. In French with subtitles.) [NR] GRACE JONES: BLOODLIGHT AND BAMI A documentar­y that follows the singer, fashion pioneer, androgyne and cultural provocateu­r whose powerful presence manages to overcome even the most tiresome sequences of this overlong but incomplete portrait. ( Unrated, 115

minutes, contains brief nudity and strong language.) [NR] I CAN ONLY IMAGINE This drama tells the true backstory that inspired the Christian rock band MercyMe’s single of the same name. ( PG, 110 minutes, contains mature thematic elements, including some violence.) I FEEL PRETTY Amy Schumer, once so incisive and woke with her comedy, seems to have gotten lazy. ( PG-13, 110

minutes, contains sexual material, some partial nudity and strong language.) [NR] IN THE LAST DAYS OF THE CITY Set in pre-Arab Spring Cairo, the story centers on the struggle of a young filmmaker to complete a movie about his home town as he copes with a dying mother and a dying romance. ( Unrated, 118

minutes, In Arabic with English subtitles.) ISLE OF DOGS Wes Anderson’s second stopanimat­ion film draws inspiratio­n from Akira Kurosawa and vintage cartoons. ( PG-13, 94 minutes, contains mature thematic elements and some violent images.) LET THE SUNSHINE IN In this romantic comedy, Juliette Binoche stars as a middle-aged woman who dares to ask for both companions­hip and passion. ( Unrated, 94 minutes, contains brief nudity, obscenity and sexuality. In French with subtitles.) LIFE OF THE PARTY Melissa McCarthy plays a middleaged divorcée who tries to get her groove back — in college. ( PG-13,

105 minutes, contains sexual material, drug use, some coarse language and partying.) [NR] LU OVER THE WALL A contempora­ry take on the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale “The Little Mermaid.” ( PG, 107 minutes, contains some peril and mature thematic elements. The film will be shown in two versions: Japanese with subtitles, and English-dubbed.) [NR] OVERBOARD A remake, starring Anna Faris, of the 1987 comedy that featured Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. ( PG

13, 112 minutes, contains suggestive material, partial nudity and some strong language.) POPE FRANCIS: A MAN OF HIS WORD German filmmaker Wim Wenders gives viewers a vivid sense of what it’s like to follow Francis as he travels the globe. ( PG, 96 minutes, contains mature thematic material, including images of suffering. In English, Italian and Spanish with subtitles.) A QUIET PLACE The almost entirely silent drama celebrates cinematic language as pure sound and image. ( PG-13, 92

minutes, contains terror and some bloody images.) RAMPAGE The by-the-book action movie, which features Dwayne Johnson and giant animals, is funny enough and exciting enough — but just barely. ( PG-13, 107 minutes, contains sequences of violence, action and destructio­n, brief strong language and crude gestures.) RBG This documentar­y details the quiet perseveran­ce of the 85-year-old jurist and champion of women’s rights. ( PG, 97 minutes, contains some mature thematic material

and strong language.) READY PLAYER ONE Steven Spielberg delivers a fun, if CGI-heavy, fantasia based on Ernest Cline’s bestseller. ( PG-13,

140 minutes, contains sequences of sci-fi action violence, bloody images, some suggestive material, partial nudity and strong language.) THE RIDER Brady Jandreau, a real rodeo horseman, stars in a thinly fictionali­zed version of his life story that’s a breath of fresh prairie air for westerns. ( R, 105 minutes, contains coarse language and drug use.) THE SEAGULL This cinematic version of Chekhov’s first great play is bloodless, but brilliantl­y acted. ( PG

13, 99 minutes, contains some mature thematic elements, a scene of violence, drug use and partial nudity.) [NR] SHERLOCK GNOMES Johnny Depp voices the titular sleuth in this sequel to the 2011 animated comedy “Gnomeo & Juliet,” set in a world of walking, talking garden gnomes. ( PG, 82

minutes, contains some rude and suggestive humor.) SHOW DOGS In this talking-animal comedy, an FBI agent goes undercover with his K-9 companion to bust a traffickin­g ring. ( PG, 90 minutes, contains suggestive and rude humor, strong language and some action, including animals in jeopardy.) TRUTH OR DARE A humorless horror flick about college kids trapped in a deadly game. ( PG-13, 100 minutes, contains violence, disturbing images, alcohol abuse, some sexuality, coarse language and mature thematic material.) TULLY The comedy-drama, starring Charlize Theron, about stressedou­t parenthood takes you in unexpected directions. ( R, 96

minutes, contains coarse language and some sexuality and nudity.) A WRINKLE IN TIME Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of the children’s classic isn’t a gamechange­r. But it’s quietly revolution­ary. ( PG, 115 minutes, contains mature thematic elements and some peril.)

 ?? PARAMOUNT PICTURES ?? From left: Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburge­n, along with Diane Keaton, not shown, play four friends in L. A. who embark on reading a risqué title, and devour it with varying degrees of alarm and avidity, in “Book Club.”
PARAMOUNT PICTURES From left: Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen and Mary Steenburge­n, along with Diane Keaton, not shown, play four friends in L. A. who embark on reading a risqué title, and devour it with varying degrees of alarm and avidity, in “Book Club.”
 ?? JOE LEDERER/TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX ?? Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Leslie Uggams as Blind Al in the action-comedy “Deadpool 2,” which finds Marvel’s mouthiest hero sending up his own genre.
JOE LEDERER/TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool and Leslie Uggams as Blind Al in the action-comedy “Deadpool 2,” which finds Marvel’s mouthiest hero sending up his own genre.

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