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2-Headed Shark Attack

Further proof that movie theaters are transforming into video stores comes from the fact that The Asylum, the direct-to-video crap factory responsible for hundreds of lo-budget "mockbusters," has teamed up with Cinemark Theaters for "Thursday Night at the Asylum." This weekly showcase will highlight films from The Asylum's infamous catalogue normally reserved for Sunday afternoons on the Syfy Channel. We start with this self-explanatory title from 2012 starring Carmen Electra and Brooke Hogan. 88 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 9/28)
Century Rio

The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman's Portrait Photography

Legendary documentarian Errol Morris (Gates of Heaven, The Thin Blue Line, The Fog of War) exposes the life and work of photographer Elsa Dorfman, who just happens to be Morris' Boston neighbor. This modest character sketch introduces us to Dorfman, who specialized in large-sized Polaroid portraits. Dorfman--virtually the only person on camera--talks about her friendships with Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti and her lasting images of everyone from writers (W.H. Auden, Anaïs Nin) to musicians (Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan). 76 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 9/22)
Guild Cinema

Back to the Future

The '80s were epitomized in this glossy sci-fi comedy in which a young Michael J. Fox travels back in time and meets his high school-aged parents. It still holds up as a solid piece of popcorn entertainment. 116 minutes PG. (Thursday 9/28)
Flix Brewhouse

Beach Rats

A teenager growing up in not-so-hip Brooklyn struggles with his sexuality while hanging out on the beaches of Staten Island. Filmmaker Eliza Hittman (It Felt Like Love) shoots this Moonlight-esque indie coming-of-age tale in grainy, low-lit 16mm--giving it a dreamy docudrama feel. The cast of young unknowns also adds to the raw energy of it all. 95 minutes R. (Opens Friday 9/22)
High Ridge

Brad's Status

Mike White (Chuck & Buck, The Good Girl, Nacho Libre, School of Rock, Year of the Dog, Beatriz at Dinner) writes and directs this regret-filled comedy about an anxious father (Ben Stiller) who takes his teenage son on a tour of New England colleges. Despite having an attractive wife, an intelligent son and a good job, our protagonist can't help but obsess over the humblebragging social media posts of his own, spectacularly successful former college buddies (Michael Sheen, Luke Wilson, Jemaine Clement and Mike White among them). Like White's best indie work, there's an uncomfortable sense of humor at work--but this poignant tale of stumbling parenthood and misplaced envy is also one of his most sympathetic and accessible films. 101 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 9/21)
Century 14 Downtown
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Friend Request

It's cheap teenage horror movie time as a bunch of college students find themselves picked off, one by one, by a demonic presence after accepting a mysterious "friend request" online. Alycia Debnam-Carey ("Fear the Walking Dead"), William Moseley ("The Royals") and Connor Paolo ("Gossip Girl") top the young, TV-famous cast. 92 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 9/21)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Jeepers Creepers 3

Victor Salva's kinda popular, but not really all that clever monster/slasher series returns for a third outing--and a one-night-only theatrical screening. Seems the demonic Creeper is back, driving around and killing random teenagers. Jonathan Breck returns as The Creeper, and Gina Phillips is on board as his forever "final girl" Trish Jenner. R. (Opens Tuesday 9/26)
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16

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. (Opens Thursday 9/21)
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

Kingsman: The Golden Circle--an IMAX Experience

AMC Albuquerque 12
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

The LEGO Ninjago Movie

With Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel/Disney proved it could make a wildly entertaining crowdpleaser out of their most obscure properties. With this animated follow-up to The LEGO Batman Movie, LEGO/Warner Bros. does exactly the same thing. This toy-based feature is much funnier and more inventive than you're thinking. Dave Franco voices Lloyd, a haplessly unpopular high schooler--mostly because his absentee father is Lord Garmadon (Justin Theroux, obviously having a ball), a monstrous warlord who spends every single day trying to conquer and/or destroy peaceful Ninjago City. Luckily, Lloyd is a member of a "Power Rangers"-esque team of superpowered teens who defend the city with their giant robots. But can Lloyd find the strength to defeat his own dad? 101 minutes PG. (Opens Friday 9/22)
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

The LEGO Ninjago Movie 3D

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

The Midwife

Two of French cinema's biggest stars (Catherine Deneuve and Catherine Frot) star in this bittersweet drama about the unlikely friendship that develops between a talented but tightly wound midwife and the estranged, free-spirited mistress of her late father. Martin Provost (Séraphine) directs. In French with English subtitles, 117 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 9/22)
Guild Cinema

Mulan

In this animated, 1998 outing from Disney, a young Chinese maiden secretly takes her father's place on the battle lines and becomes one of her country's greatest heroines in the process. Eddie Murphy plays a wisecracking dragon. 88 minutes G. (Opens Friday 9/22)
AMC Albuquerque 12

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

Here's another fantasy-filled masterpiece from Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki (My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Ponyo). The titular Nausicaä is a post-apocalyptic warrior princess struggling to unite two warring factions before they destroy themselves and their dying planet. Based on the epic manga by Miyazaki himself, this 1984 feature is frequently named one of the greatest animated films of all time 117 minutes PG. (Opens Sunday 9/24)
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

The New York Dog Film Festival

This canine-centric anthology collects short films from the philanthropic New York Dog Film Festival. Program One features seven documentaries, comedies and dramas from the first year. Program Two features 10 more selections from year two. Unrated. (Opens Saturday 9/23)
Guild Cinema

The Salesman

Award-winning Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi (A Separation) helms this neorealist drama about a young couple who are forced to move to a new apartment in Tehran after their previous one is damaged. Unfortunately, an incident linked to the mysterious previous tenant dramatically affects their lives. Also, they're starring in an amateur production of Death of a Salesman. Filled with an extremely slow-burning form of tension, this one creeps its way into Hitchcock territory. In Persian with English subtitles. 125 minutes Unrated. (Opens Thursday 9/21)
SUB Theater

Stronger

Stronger

Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslany (from "Orphan Black") star in this real-life drama based on the brutally honest memoir by Jeff Bauman. Bauman lost both his legs in the Boston Marathon Bombing and soon found himself an unwitting symbol of "Boston Strong." What could easily have been a jingoistic feel-good melodrama, is instead a grounded look at human beings in the wake of tragedy. While Jeff struggles quietly with PTSD, his on-again off-again girlfriend tries to cope with the fact that he only came to the marathon to cheer her on. Director David Gordon Green (All the Real Girls, Prince Avalanche) ignores the sensational headlines of the day in favor of a tough emotional ground game. FULL REVIEW: Unvarnished memoir of the Boston bombings trades exploitation for emotion by Devin D. O’Leary (9/21/2017). 116 minutes R. (Opens Friday 9/22)
High Ridge

To Catch a Thief

Cary Grant and Grace Kelly star in this breezy, 1955 Alfred Hitchcock classic. Grant is a reformed cat burglar suspected of returning to his former occupation, who must ferret out the real culprit on the French Riviera in order to prove his innocence. 106 minutes PG. (Opens Sunday 9/24)
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque

Wall Street

Michael Douglas and the non-crazy version of Charlie Sheen star in this 1987 hit for Oliver Stone. Sheen is a young and impatient stock broker who falls under the spell of charismatic corporate raider Gordon Gecko (Douglas) and learns that "greed is good"--at least until somebody turns the wiretaps over to the SEC. 126 minutes R. (Opens Sunday 9/24)
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio

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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.
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

Annabelle: Creation

The ugly, haunted doll from Annabelle and The Conjuring gets another spinoff movie. This one reveals the doll's secret origin story--which you've all, no doubt, been clamoring for. It involves a heartbroken dollmaker, a bunch of homeless orphans, a nun or two and some sort of demon, I guess. But mostly it involves a doll in a dark bedroom turning its head and people screaming. The script is silly, but director David F. Sandberg (Lights Out) conjures up a few old-fashioned, jump-out-and-go-boo! frights. 109 minutes R.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century Rio
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema

Crown Heights

This year's wave of socially conscious, fact-based filmmaking continues with this biopic about Colin Warner (Lakeith Stanfiled), who was wrongfully accused of murder, and his best friend, Carl King (Nnamdi Asomugha), who devoted decades to proving Colin's innocence. 94 minutes R.
High Ridge

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.
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
UNM Midweek Movies
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Dunkirk

Dunkirk

Writer-director Christopher Nolan (Interstellar, Inception, The Dark Knight trilogy) offers the finest film of his already impressive career with this epic yet intimate war story about the evacuation of Dunkirk, France during World War II. Nolan's ingenious script spins three stories at once, taking us to a week before the evacuation, a day before the evacuation and an hour before the evacuation. First, a terrified soldier tries to get off the bloody beach in France. Second, a fleet of ragtag private boats sets out from England to rescue the stranded army. Finally, a dedicated pilot runs a last-minute mission over the English Channel. As the time-fractured stories progress, they crash, successively, into one another. The result is a visceral, nerve-shredding and ultimately stirring portrait of the fear, chaos and heroism that surrounds war. FULL REVIEW: Christopher Nolan goes to war in a heart-pounding, historical drama about victory in the jaws of defeat by Devin D. O’Leary (7/20/2017). 106 minutes PG-13.
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

The Emoji Movie

Hey, what if the emojis on your phone were, like, real and lived in a city called, I don't know, Textopolis or something? Hah! I mean, can you imagine the sort of crazy conversations that the "eggplant" emoji would have with the "thumbs up" emoji? LOL! It's just ... It's like ... Ah, hell I blame millennials for this crap. Speaking of which, Patrick Stewart plays the "poop" emoji. It's a bad time to be alive, people. 86 minutes PG.
Century Rio

Girls Trip

A collection of lifelong gal-pals (Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish) heads to New Orleans and the annual Essence Festival (if you're black, you may know what that is) for one last, raunchy road trip full of dancing, drinking, brawling and full-frontal nudity. (Guy nudity, mind you. Comedies don't have naked women anymore.) Malcolm D. Lee (The Best Man, Scary Movie 5, Barbershop: The Next Cut) directs. R.
Century Rio

The Glass Castle

Jeannette Walls' award-winning memoir about growing up in a dysfunctional, poverty-stricken family of nonconformist nomads comes to life with Brie Larson as the adult Walls. Woody Harrelson plays her alcoholic father and Naomi Watts is her eccentric artist mother. 127 minutes PG-13.
High Ridge

The Hitman's Bodyguard

Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson star in this low-effort, late-'90s throwback buddy action comedy. Jackson is a hitman about to testify against a criminal kingpin (Gary Oldman) at the International Court of Justice. Ryan Reynolds is the bodyguard hired to get him there. There are lots of wacky, Midnight Run-style hijinks and gunfights as the scrap-happy partners get stuck road-tripping across Europe. 118 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Home Again

Reese Witherspoon stars as a single mom whose life takes an unexpected turn when she allows three young dudes to move into her LA home. This sitcom-worthy romcom comes to us from writer-director Hallie Meyers-Shyer, daughter of Nancy Meyers and Charles Shyer (who gave us Private Benjamin, Irreconcilable Differences, Baby Boom, Father of the Bride, The Parent Trap and Something's Gotta Give). 97 minutes PG-13.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Ingrid Goes West

Aubrey Plaza ("Parks and Recreation") stars as a self-destructive social media stalker who moves to LA so she can weasel her way into the life of a popular Instagram "influencer" (Elizabeth Olsen). Obviously, this dark comedy has a lot to say (criticize, mostly) about today's superficial social media environment. Plaza gives it her crazy-eyed all, but the satire--a whirl of emojis and hashtags and iPhone selfies--feels awfully specific to time and place. 97 minutes R.
High Ridge

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.
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

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.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Logan Lucky

Steven Soderbergh emerges from his second or third retirement to direct this self-financed, Ocean's Eleven-esque, heist-based crime comedy. Channing Tatum stars as a dim-witted Southerner with lingering alimony payments who recruits his one-armed bartender brother (Adam Driver) and a boisterous, bleach-blond demolition man (Daniel Craig, having some fun now) to rob a NASCAR track in North Carolina. It's nothing you haven't seen before, but everybody (including a bunch of NASCAR celebs) is having such a blast in this silly caper, it's hard not to laugh along. 119 minutes PG-13.
Century 14 Downtown

Menashe

In this intimate drama, shot in Yiddish, a widower fights for custody of his son in Brooklyn's ultra-orthodox Jewish community. The film is based, in part, on the real-life experiences of director Joshua Z. Weinstein. In English and Yiddish with English subtitles. 82 minutes PG.
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mother!

Darren Aronofsky, who's given us some pretty strange cinematic circumlocutions (Black Swan, The Fountain) goes full-on allegory-crazy with this heady psychological thriller. Like the work of Roman Polanski (Repulsion, Rosemary's Baby) crossed with that of Lars Von Trier (Breaking the Waves, Dancer in the Dark), the film looks like a horror film, but isn't really. Javier Bardem is a touchy poet, crippled by writer's block. Jennifer Lawrence is his long-suffering wife/muse, stuck in an isolated country cottage while hubby fumes. Out of the blue some strangers show up, and they don't stop coming. Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Brian Gleeson, Domnhall Gleeson and Kristen Wiig are just a handful of the unwanted guests who soon swamp the couple's happy(?) home. There is sort of a point to it all, and most viewers will eventually catch the film's tricky literary references. But Aronofsky lards it down with enough arty pretension to scare off ordinary folks. 121 minutes R.
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

Spider-Man: Homecoming

After the successful events of Captain America: Civil War, Columbia (who retains rights to Marvel's Spider-Man) plays nice with Disney to collaborate on this rebooted version of the web-slinging hero. (Andrew Garfield, we hardly knew ye.) Tom Holland (In the Heart of the Sea, The Lost City of Z) stars as high school genius/newbie superhero Peter Parker/Spider-Man, caught in a war between high-tech heavyweights Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton). 133 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Tulip Fever

Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina, The Danish Girl) and Dane DeHaan (The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) star in this sexy costume drama about an artist who falls for a young married woman after he's commissioned to paint her portrait during the "tulip mania" of 17th century Amsterdam. 107 minutes R.
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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.
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century Rio

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.
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
High Ridge
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

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47 Meters Down

In this waterlogged horror thriller, singer Mandy Moore and actress Claire Holt ("The Vampire Diaries") play a couple of sisters, vacationing in Mexico, who get trapped in a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean. ... Yeah, sharks don't really have any interest in eating skinny white girls. 89 minutes PG-13.
Movies 8

Atomic Blonde

Charlize Theron stars as a rough-and-tumble British spy sent to Berlin during the Cold War in this gorgeously choreographed shoot-'em-up. Seems the Berlin Wall is about to come down, and our gal has got find out who's murdering double agents as the superpowers shift. Unwilling to trust anyone, she reluctantly teams with MI6's Berlin station agent (James McAvoy). John Goodman, Sofia Boutella and Toby Jones costar. This one's based on Antony Johnston and Sam Hart's obscure 2012 graphic novel The Coldest City. 115 minutes R.
Movies 8

Baby Driver

Baby Driver

Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) writes and directs this fast-paced, music-filled crime thriller which demonstrates a healthy love for the gritty car chase dramas of the 1970s (and a stylistic awe of the cracked-out Quentin Tarantino/Doug Liman/Guy Ritchie crime flicks of the '90s). Ansel Elgort (Divergent, Insurgent, Allegiant) stars as an obsessive young getaway driver who gets coerced into working "one last job" for nasty crime boss (Kevin Spacey) before he can ride off into the sunset with his ladylove (Lily James from "Downton Abbey" and Cinderella). Naturally, everything that can go wrong does go wrong, leaving our music-loving wheelman to put pedal to metal and escape. It's more fun than original, but it works. FULL REVIEW: Edgar Wright takes an eclectic cast on a high-speed joyride with the stereo cranked to 11 by Devin D. O’Leary (7/6/2017). 113 minutes R.
Movies 8

Detroit

Amid the chaos of the 1967 Detroit Riots, director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal (who worked together on The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty) zero in on the intimate true story of the Algiers Motel incident. There, three young African American men were murdered and nine others were badly beaten by members of the riot task force. John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) stars in this blistering, single-set look at modern history. 143 minutes R.
Movies 8

Transformers: The Last Knight

Turns out Transformers have been on Earth at least since World War II. And it looks like they'll be with us forever, judging by this, the fifth film in Michael Bay's endlessly exploding film series about robots from outer space pretending to be motor vehicles. (By the way, we're not fooled by that any more, guys. There's no point pretending to be a Datsun. We know you're a giant robot.) This time around the Autobots and the Decepticons are fighting over Merlin's magical staff. ... No, really. This series has gotten too silly to even discuss. 148 minutes PG-13.
Movies 8

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Visionary director Luc Besson (Subway, La Femme Nikita, The Fifth Element, Lucy), turns a trippy French comic book into a trippy comic book of a movie. On an artificial planet that serves as home to a thousand alien species, two interplanetary super-spies (The Amazing Spider-Man 2's Dane DeHaan and Suicide Squad's Cara Delevingne) must identify and stop an alien conspiracy in order to save the universe (or something). Yes, it offers even more loopy, mind-bending eye candy than The Fifth Element, but you probably shouldn't spend much time analyzing the ludicrous, overstuffed storyline or the dippy, sub-"Moonlighting" love/hate banter between the leads. 137 minutes PG-13.
Movies 8

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets 3D

Movies 8

Wonder Woman

Warner Bros. finally gets around to tackling one of DC Comics' most famous characters. Israeli actress Gal Gadot stars as the titular Amazonian princess, whose sheltered life is ended when a World War I pilot (Chris Pine) crashlands on the Amazon's isolated island home and tells of the conflict raging in the outside world. Princess Diana (Gadot) volunteers to suit up, return the outsider and see what she can do about stopping this War to End All Wars. Believe it or not, Warner Bros. is finally getting a handle on this superhero thing--thanks, in large part, to director Patty Jenkins (Monster), who handles the character with care, intelligence and a sense of adventure. 141 minutes PG-13.
Movies 8

Wonder Woman 3D

Movies 8

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