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Cherry Reel Film Festival 17

The SouthWest Film Center presents this year's installment of its annual film festival featuring short works by UNM film students. Unrated. (Opens Saturday 11/18)
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Coco

Pixar turns to Mexican culture and Day of the Dead for this animated feature about an aspiring young musician who confronts his family's ancestral ban on music by entering the Land of the Dead to work out the mystery. Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alfonso Arau, Edward James Olmos and Gabriel Iglesias are among the voice talent. PG. (Opens Tuesday 11/21)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Cottonwood Stadium 16
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Coco 3D

AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

“Pick a card, any card.”

Dealt

At age 62 Richard Turner is one of the most respected "close up" card magicians in the world (even though he calls himself a "card mechanic"). The only thing Turner hates more than being called a magician is being called blind—which he is. This surprising documentary is a tribute to the art and skill of card trickery as well as a fascinating look at a man who has overcome adversity and handicap—a commendation he'd rather not have. FULL REVIEW: Magic-minded documentary switches hands on audiences by Devin D. O’Leary (11/16/2017). 85 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 11/17)
Guild Cinema

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Fans of J.K. Rowling's original books can breathe a sigh of relief. This jam-packed 2001 movie version sticks as close as possible to its imaginative source material. Obviously, the film adds nothing new to the books, but fans will be more than pleased to see their favorite scenes come to life. 152 minutes PG. (Sunday 11/21)
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Justice League

Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg (and maybe a certain big blue Boy Scout) join forces to fight off an apocalyptic alien invasion. Zach Snyder (Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice) directs, so … ya know. 121 minutes PG-13. (Opens Thursday 11/16)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Flix Brewhouse
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Justice League 3D

AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Flix Brewhouse
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards

Self-proclaimed "cobbler" (and the best-known shoe maker of the 20th and 21st century) Manolo Blahnik is profiled in this up-close-and-personal documentary. The designers memories paint a vivid picture of modern fashion history, but it's the parade of bizarrely inspired footwear that's the star of this show. 89 minutes Unrated. (Opens Wednesday 11/22)
Guild Cinema

My Friend Dahmer

Weirdly sensitive and sympathetic, this biopic heads back to '70s suburbia to look in on a high school-aged, pre-serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer (played here by Teen Choice fave Ross Lynch of Teen Beach Movie and "Austin & Ally"). Believe it or not, this is based on the true-life graphic novel by John Backderf, who was actually a classmate of Dahmer. The idea is that Dahmer was once something close to human—which doesn't lessen the severity of his crimes, but does add a layer of sick fascination to the story. 107 minutes R. (Opens Friday 11/17)
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Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Dan Gilroy follows up his lacerating debut Nightcrawler with this noble, but rather familiar legal drama. Denzel Washington stars as an idealistic (possibly autistic) social justice lawyer trying to keep alive the ideas of 1970s activism (not to mention '70s wardrobe). When his longtime partner suffers a heart attack, our titular protagonist is caught between going to work for a slick corporate law firm and sticking with his ideals. The film is more of a character study than a legal thriller, causing the story to some out in bits and pieces. 129 minutes PG-13. (Opens Tuesday 11/21)
Cottonwood Stadium 16
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Rudy

Sean Astin stars in this much-loved 1993 biopic about scrappy little steel town kid Daniel Ruettiger, who dreamed of playing football for Notre Dame. Spoiler alert: Despite average grades, poor athletic skills and a small stature, Rudy became a sports hero and a motivational icon. 114 minutes PG. (Opens Sunday 11/19)
Century 14 Downtown
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Spettacolo

Somewhere in the hills of Tuscany lies the tiny village of Monticchiello. Decades ago the villagers started turning their lives into plays, spending every summer transforming their piazza into a stage where residents of all ages played themselves. Now, with the 10th anniversary performance approaching—and younger residents more interested in Facebook than the stage—the town struggles to uphold the half-century-old artistic tradition. From the makers of the equally charming and unexpected Marwencol. In Italian with English subtitles. 91 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 11/17)
Guild Cinema

The Square

This off-kilter, cringe-inducing satirical drama (from the director of Swedish think piece Force Majeure) finds the progressive curator (Claes Bang) of a contemporary art museum trying to put together an installation art exhibit which invites passersby to altruism. Thanks to growing problems in his personal life and an overblown response to the new exhibit's ad campaign, our protagonist finds himself spiraling into an outrageous existential crisis. Elisabeth Moss and Dominic West costar. In Swedish and Danish with English subtitles. 142 minutes R. (Opens Wednesday 11/22)
Guild Cinema

The Star

A small but brave donkey convinces a bunch of wacky, wisecracking animal pals to defy King Herod and go in search of the Star of Bethlehem. Yup, its a CGI cartoon retelling of the birth of Baby Jesus—from the perspective of all those animals you jam in the back of the Christmas creche. Stephen Yuen, Kristin Chenoweth, Tracey Morgan, Keegan-Michael Key, Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Gabriel Iglesias and Mariah Carey are among the eclectic voice cast. 86 minutes PG. (Opens Thursday 11/16)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Visions of the Lunatic Fringe: Eric Saks

Basement Films cosponsors this collection of edgy documentary shorts from award-winning experimental filmmaker Eric Saks. Among the tops touched on here: folk art, photography and modern spirituality. Saks will be at the theater in person to introduce his work. 90 minutes Unrated. (Opens Tuesday 11/21)
Guild Cinema

Walk With Me

This meditative documentary, narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch, looks in on a community of Zen Buddhist monks and nuns who have dedicated their lives to mastering the art of mindfulness with their world-famous teacher Thich Nhat Hanh. 88 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 11/11)
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Wonder

Ever wonder what the kid from Mask was like in elementary school? That's pretty much the premise of this heartwarming drama about a fifth grader (Room's Jacob Tremblay) with facial deformities who goes to a mainstream elementary school for the first time and struggles for acceptance. Fortunately, he's got a tough and loving mom (Julia Roberts) at his side. Based on the bestselling novel by R.J. Palacio. 113 minutes PG. (Opens Thursday 11/16)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
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Accidental Anarchist

Carne Ross was a high-flying diplomat and Middle East advisor before he lost his faith in Western democracy and started preaching the benefits of anarchy. This documentary traces Ross' journey across the globe searching for a better way to run a government—free from "the brutalities of capitalism and the dishonesties of democracy." From the protester of Occupy Wall Street to an anarchist collective in Spain, Ross finds people who are putting the theory into practice. 87 minutes Unrated.
Guild Cinema

A Bad Moms Christmas

Back in 2016 Bad Moms became a runaway raunchy hit, grossing more than $100 million on a tiny $20 million budget. So here's the sequel. Overworked, under-appreciated Mila Kunis, Katheryn Hahn and Kristen Bell are back. The joke this time around is that their overbearing mothers (Susan Sarandon, Christine Baranski and Cheryl Hines) are visiting for the holidays. Sure, it's a standard sitcom setup. But at least there's "crude sexual content and language throughout." R.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Flix Brewhouse
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Blade Runner 2049

Some 35 years after Ridley Scott's Philip K. Dick adaptation hit theaters on its way to becoming a cult classic, the official sequel gets underway. This time around a young LAPD replicant hunter (Ryan Gosling) gets caught in a cover-up when he discovers a long-buried secret involving legendary blade runner Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who has been missing for more than three decades. Hampton Fancher, who penned the original, contributes the screenplay. Denis Villeneuve (who gave us last year's spectacular Arrival) takes over for Scott in the director's chair. This gorgeous sci-fi rumination is long, slow and very moody—but it dovetails perfectly with the original. 163 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

BPM (Beats Per Minute)

This French drama chronicles the efforts of ACT UP activists to fight the AIDS crisis in early '90s Paris. The storyline centers on Nathan, a newcomer to the group, who has his world shaken up by Sean, a radical militant activist pouring his last bits of strength into the struggle. In French with English subtitles. 140 minutes Unrated.
High Ridge

Daddy's Home 2

Employing the same lazy sequel plot as A Bad Mom's Christmas, this follow-up to the 2015 Will Ferrell/Mark Wahlberg mild smirkfest finds wimpy stepfather Will Ferrell and macho biological dad Mark Wahlberg (now getting along just fine) visited by their own intrusive dads. Farrell gets John Lithgow and Wahlberg gets Mel Gibson. 100 minutes PG-13.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Flix Brewhouse
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

The Florida Project

Over the course of a single summer, an imaginative, rambuctious 6-year-old girl named Moonee (tiny star Brooklynn Prince) gets in and out of trouble while living in a cheap motel in the shadow of Disneyland. While her tattoo-sporting single mom (Bria Vinaite) struggles to escape from grinding poverty, little Moonee spends time with the motel's kind-hearted manager (Willem Dafoe) and a ragtag collection of latchkey kids. There's not a lot, storywise, to this minimalist indie. But it's got heart and moxie and comes to us from writer-director Sean Baker, whose last film (Tangerine) was shot entirely on an iPhone. 111 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
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The Foreigner

It's becoming an increasingly common cliché in Hollywood to give aging actors their "Liam Neeson in Taken" comeback. Nonetheless, watching martial arts superstar Jackie Chan do the "retired special agent hunts down the kidnappers/killers of his daughter" thing doesn't sound that bad. This tightly budgeted thriller actually spends more time with Pierce Brosnan as a Northern Irish politician trying to quell sectarian violence—but the mix of action and politics ends up working. 114 minutes R.
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Geostorm

Bombastic writer-producer Dean Devlin (Stargate, Independence Day, Godzilla) turns writer-director so he can mash up the last 15 years' worth of disaster flicks into one overstuffed apocalypse. Seems that, in the near future, mankind has developed a series of satellites that can control the weather. But when the tech gets hacked (unleashing tsunamis, tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, you name it), it's up to super-genius Gerard Butler to save the Earth. Don't think: Just unhinge your jaw and watch cities go ka-blooey! 109 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio

Goodbye Christopher Robin

Goodbye Christopher Robin

In the wake of World War I, shell-shocked author A.A. Milne (Domnhall Gleeson) retreats to the countryside where he fathers a son with his young wife (Margot Robbie). Though the upper middle-class parents frequently foist their boy off on a dedicated nanny, Milne finds an imaginative collaborator in young Christopher Robin (astonishing newcomer Will Tilston). Before long, dad's fanciful tales of stuffed animals come to life are delighting the world in the form of storybook fave Winnie-the-Pooh. Sadly, the fame and fortune this visits on the family only enforces the estrangement between father and son. A wonder-filled, emotion-packed reminder of the joys of childhood and the attendant pains of growing up. FULL REVIEW: Literary biopic explores bonds and barriers between fathers and sons by Devin D. O’Leary (10/26/2017). 107 minutes PG.
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Happy Death Day

This cheap but clever horror flick from Christopher Landon (Scout's Guide to the Apocalypse, Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones) mixes the 1981 slasher Happy Birthday to Me with the 1993 fantasy Groundhog Day. Seems a young college student (Jessica Rothe from "Mary + Jane") spends her birthday being brutally murdered—only to wake up that morning and repeat the whole thing. If only she could puzzle out the identity of her killer, she might be able to stop it from happening over and over again. 96 minutes PG-13.
AMC Albuquerque 12
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Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16

It

Half of Steven King's horror classic (the young kid parts) gets adapted in this feature film reboot. Bill Skarsgard ("Hemlock Grove") takes over from Tim Curry as the demonic clown luring kids into the sewers of a small New England town. Argentine filmmaker Andy Muschietti (Mama) directs with skill and some old-fashioned scares. If this one does well—unlike The Dark Tower—we'll get the second half. 135 minutes R.
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema

Jigsaw

You can argue all you want over whom the most indestructible movie boogieman is: Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger or Michael Myers. Just keep in mind that John Kramer (a.k.a. Jigsaw) croaked three films into his eponymous slasher series. And yet he's managed to rack up an impressive postmortem kill count in four additional films. Now there's a fifth. It's been 10 years since Jigsaw died, and police are looking into a killer using suspiciously similar Rube Goldberg-esque contraptions to murder people. 91 minutes R.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Greek weirdo Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth, The Lobster) recruits an impressive cast (Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Alicia Silverstone) for this arty horror drama about a heart surgeon who strikes up a strange friendship with an odd young man, much to the detriment of his family. This metaphorical flick is far less absurdist (and much more accessible) than Lanthimos' previous efforts. It's also a lot less interesting, sticking to various genre conventions and looking like a very slow Stephen King movie directed by a very drunken Stanley Kubrick. 121 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
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LBJ

Woody Harrelson probably wouldn't be my first choice to play Lyndon B. Johnson, but here he is—alongside Jennifer Jason Leigh as Lady Bird Johnson. Rob Reiner (The Princess Bride) directs this rather conventional biopic, taking LBJ from his early days in West Texas to his unusual path to the presidency in the wake of JFK's assassination. 98 minutes R.
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Let There Be Light

Having starred in such "faith-based" cheapies as God's Not Dead, Let The Lion Roar, Confessions of a Prodigal Son and Piranha Sharks (I may be misinformed on that last one), actor Kevin Sorbo tries his hand at directing one. The former TV Hercules stars as an atheist who goes through a near-death experience in an auto accident and converts to Christianity. Like ya do. 101 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Loving Vincent

Every single frame of this animated biopic was hand-painted in oil. The story concerns a young man who comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh to deliver the troubled artist's final letter and ends up investigating the artist's last days. Did van Gogh commit suicide or was he murdered? Needless to say, the painstaking work of the filmmakers is gorgeous to behold. The mystery angle is a bit gimmicky, but the visuals do a stunning job of expressing the artist's life though his work. 94 minutes PG-13.
Century 14 Downtown
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Murder On the Orient Express

Kenneth Branagh directs this classy, rather traditional take on Agatha Christie's oft-filmed murder mystery. Most of the whodunit fun is in watching the crowded A-list cast—which includes Penélope Cruz, Josh Gad, Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Derek Jacobi, Michelle Pfeiffer, Judi Dench and Willem Dafoe. 114 minutes PG-13.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
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Only the Brave

Only the Brave

Based on the true, tragic story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, this tough-as-nails tearjerker looks into the lives and motivations of a group of wildfire fighters in rural Arizona. Josh Brolin headlines as the stoic leader of the crew. Miles Teller is the wet-behind-the-ears newbie. This one follows the formula right down to the black-and-white photos of the real people during the closing credits—but it builds to a tense, emotional climax. FULL REVIEW: Hotshots fight fire with fire in true-life tragedy by Devin D. O’Leary (10/19/2017). 133 minutes PG-13.
AMC Albuquerque 12
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Thank You For Your Service

From the folks who made American Sniper comes this very similar, inspired-by-a-true-story drama about a group of US soldiers who return from Iraq and struggle to integrate back into family and civilian life. Miles Teller (still crowding up theaters with the inspired-by-a-true-story firefighter drama Only the Brave) headlines the cast. Based on the book by David Finkel. 108 minutes R.
Century Rio
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Thor: Ragnarok

Trapped in an otherworldly gladiatorial contest, the Asgardian God of Thunder Thor (Chris Hemsworth) teams up with his angry pal the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) to prevent the all-powerful Goddess of Death Hela (Cate Blanchett) from destroying the Asgardian civilization. New Zealander Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows) directs this high-energy action comedy with a breezy sense of fun. PG-13.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
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Thor: Ragnarok 3D

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Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Victoria & Abdul

Dame Judi Dench headlines this historical biopic for director Stephen Frears (The Queen, High Fidelity, Dangerous Liaisons, The Grifters, My Beautiful Laundrette). In the autumn of her years, Queen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal from Furious 7). This unimposing bit of Anglophilia functions, more or less, as a sequel to John Madden's Mrs. Brown—in which Dench played a slightly younger Queen Victoria. 112 minutes PG-13.
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Wonderstruck

Master melodramatist Todd Haynes (Safe, Velvet Goldmine, Far From Heaven, Carol) directs this family drama involving two mysteriously intertwined tales. In one, a 12-year-old boy in rural Minnesota, circa 1977, mourns the sudden loss of his mother while wondering about the father he never knew. Intercut with this is the story of another young protagonist, a 12-year-old deaf girl in 1927 who escapes her possessive father by watching the movies of her silent film idol (Julianne Moore). Based on the illustrated novel for young readers by Brian Selznick (Hugo), this is a meticulously crafted puzzle box of a film. 116 minutes PG.
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American Assassin

Dylan O'Brien (who? ... Checking his IMDB profile. ... He plays Stiles Stilinski on MTV's "Teen Wolf") stars as an assassin who's presumably American in this low-budget action thriller. O'Brien is a young student mentored in the killing/spying arts by a crusty old CIA expert (Michael Keaton) after his girlfriend is killed by terrorists. 91 minutes R.
Movies 8

American Made

Tom Cruise, still working that winking charisma, stars in this "inspired by a true story" action-comedy about a fundamentally decent airline pilot and family man who goes to work for the CIA during the 1980s as a South American drug runner. The story is slick but rather exhausting under the glib direction of Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Edge of Tomorrow). 115 minutes R.
Movies 8

Despicable Me 3

Poor, misunderstood mad scientist Gru (Steve Carell) tried to go legit in the last Despicable Me movie, but this newest animated outing finds him fired from his job as a superspy. A timely reunion with his long-lost (and incredibly successful) twin brother has him plotting one last villainous heist (with the help of his minions, of course). 90 minutes PG.
Movies 8

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Matthew Vaughn's 2014 superspy spoof (based on the comic book by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons) proved itself one of the most gonzo-crazy action movies in modern history right about the time Colin Firth brutally slaughtered an entire church full of mind-controlled Jesus-worshippers. This sequel continues the full-tilt bonkers tone with young spy boy Eggsy (Taron Egerton) heading to America after his secret crime-fighting agency is destroyed. There, he teams up with cowboy spy Channing Tatum to defeat an evil Martha Stewart-esque villain (Julianne Moore) who's holding the world hostage. Pack plenty of Red Bull for this ADD epic. 141 minutes R.
Movies 8

Leap!

Elle Fanning, Dane DeHaan, Carly Rae Jepsen and Maddie Ziegler provide the hip, American voices for this French-Canadian computer-animated toon. The story concerns an orphan girl who runs away from her home in rural Brittany to travel to Paris so she can become a student at a posh ballet academy. Serviceable animation and a predictable, Rocky-esque plot keep this one aimed squarely at elementary schoolers. Elementary schoolers who love ballet. 89 minutes PG.
Movies 8

The Snowman

Jo Nesbø's Nordic noir novel comes to muddy, muddled life with Michael Fassbender as a detective investigating the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is found wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman. It's not long, of course, before an unknown psycho killer is taunting the police with twisty clues and mysterious messages. Yawn. You know the routine by now. 119 minutes R.
Movies 8

War for the Planet of the Apes

These recent Planet of the Apes reboots (2011's Rise of the Planet of the Apes, 2014's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and this one) have been sober, exciting and surprisingly thought-provoking. Here, ape commander Caesar (the great, CGI-covered Andy Serkis) wrestles with his own darker instincts as he battles the dwindling forces of mankind (as embodied by Woody Harrelson's blood-crazed Colonel) for the future of planet Earth. 140 minutes PG-13.
Movies 8

Wind River

Taylor Sheridan (screenwriter of Sicario and Hell or High Water) tries his hand at directing with this rough-and-tough mystery thriller set on an isolated Native American reservation in Wyoming. Following the rape and murder of a local girl, an FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) teams up with a game tracker (Jeremy Renner) to hunt down the killer or killers. 107 minutes R.
Movies 8

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