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Angrezi Medium

The 2017 comedy Hindi Medium gets a sequel in this film (which translates as "English Medium"). The original chronicled a working-class family's manic efforts to get their 5-year-old daughter into an English language grammar school. Here, our fanatical father (Irrfan Khan) returns, trying to send his now tween-age daughter to London for a degree in English. In Hindi with English subtitles. 145 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 3/13)
Century 14 Downtown

Bloodshot

The vaguely popular comic book from Valiant Comics gets a big-screen translation. Vin Diesel stars as a dead soldier who gets brought back to life (complete with superpowers) after some corporate scientists inject him full of microscopic nanobots. Naturally, he fights some superpowered bad guys and rebels against the evil corporate types who have erased his memory. It's as generic as it sounds, but--as always--Diesel looks like he's having fun. 109 minutes PG-13. (Opens Thursday 3/12)
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

Bloodshot--An IMAX Experience

AMC Albuquerque 12

Burden

When a museum celebrating the Ku Klux Klan opens in a South Carolina town, an idealistic reverend (Forest Whitaker, rockin' a bald pate) tries to keep the peace while urging the group's Grand Dragon (Garrett Hedlund from TRON: Legacy) to disavow his racist past. This well-meaning, socially conscious drama is based on a true incident that happened in 1996--so you can probably guess the ending. 117 minutes R. (Opens Friday 3/13)
High Ridge

Extra Ordinary

Ireland isn't exactly a hothouse for horror comedy, but Irish comedian Maeve Higgins tries to correct that by starring as a sweet but lonely driving instructor whose dad was a famed supernatural investigator. She's sworn off using the supernatural "gifts" she was born with since dad died in an exorcism gone wrong. But when a one-hit-wonder musician from America ("SNL" vet Will Forte) tries to summon up demonic powers in order to revive his career, our heroine must unretire in order to protect a virginal girl from hellish sacrifice. First-time filmmakers Mike Ahern & Enda Loughman conjure up an often preposterous mix of Ghostbusters, The Exorcist and Blithe Spirit, but it makes for an infectiously endearing collection of characters and jokes. 94 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 3/13)
Guild Cinema

The Hunt

Nick Cuse and Damon Lindelof (from "Lost" and "Watchmen") penned this bloody, twisty, intentionally "controversial" horror thriller about 12 working class strangers who wake up in a clearing only to find themselves hunted by a bunch of liberal elitists. Yes, it's another iteration of Richard Connell's oft-iterated 1924 short story "The Most Dangerous Game." But this surprise-filled version (from the company that gave us The Purge) is intended to serve as a satire of the profound political divide between the American left and right. Betty Gilpin, Ike Barinholtz, Emma Roberts, Hilary Swank and Amy Madigan are among the cast. 89 minutes R. (Opens Thursday 3/12)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
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Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

I AM PATRICK

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, this faith-based documentary "peels back the centuries of myth and legend" to tell the "true story" of Saint Patrick. Historical reenactments, expert interviews and Patrick's own writings shed light on his journey from missionary to saint. It's written and directed by Jarrod Anderson, a producer on "The 700 Club"--which is great if any Irish Catholics out there want to get the born-again evangelical take on their favorite saint. Question, though: Why is that title shouting at me? 93 minutes PG. (Opens Tuesday 3/17)
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

I Still Believe

The true-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and "his journey of love and loss" is traced in this weepy musical romance. With the loving help of his family, Camp (K.J. Apa from "Riverdale") heads off to Christian college where he meets the love of his life, Melissa (Britt Robertson, The Space Between Us). Unfortunately, she has cancer, and that forces everyone to reenact 1970's Love Story. From the makers of such faith-based films as The Cross and the Towers, October Baby, Woodlawn and I Can Only Imagine (which also followed a Christian music star on his journey of love and loss). 115 minutes PG. (Opens Thursday 3/12)
AMC Albuquerque 12
Century 14 Downtown
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Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
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Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

I Still Believe--An IMAX Experience

Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Ki Ho'alu: That's Slack Key Guitar

In anticipation of its upcoming concert Masters of Hawaiian Music featuring George Kahumoko Jr., Nathan Aweau and Jeff Peterson, Amp Concerts offers this documentary peek into the development of Hawaiian slack-key guitar. 60 minutes Unrated. (Opens Saturday 3/14)
Guild Cinema

Life in the Doghouse

Furry Burque Film Festival and Boofy's Best For Pets present a benefit screening for Second Chance Animal Rescue. Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ron Davis captures the inspiring story of Danny Robertshaw and Ron Danta and the work they do at Danny & Ron's Rescue. Over the course of 10 years, the two partners have rescued some 10,000 abused and abandoned dogs. Donations of pet food, pet supplies and funds are welcome and appreciated at the event. 83 minutes Unrated. (Opens Saturday 3/14)
Guild Cinema

Precious Guru: Journey Into the Wild Heart of the Second Buddha

Endorsed by The Dalai Lama, this religious documentary gives "vivid insight" into the life, times and legacy of Padmasambhava, the 8th century Indian yogi who carried Buddhism over the Himalayas into Tibet. 70 minutes Unrated. (Opens Sunday 3/15)
Guild Cinema

The Times of Bill Cunningham

Legendary New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham gets the documentary biopic treatment. The self-described "fashion historian" provides the narrative center of the film, courtesy of a disarmingly honest, previously unseen 1994 interview. We get it all, from his time in post World War II Paris rubbing elbows with fashion icons to his days peddling the streets of Manhattan on a bicycle snapping pictures on his trademark Olympus. Sarah Jessica Parker narrates, providing even more context to the flip book of estate-sanctioned images. 74 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 3/13)
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The Traitor

Longtime Italian filmmaker Marco Bellocchio (Sweet Dreams, The Wedding Director, Devil In the Flesh, The Seagull, Fists in the Pocket) tackles some true life crime drama in the story of Tommaso Buscetta, the so-called "Boss of Two Worlds," who--notoriously--became the first Mafia informant in Sicily in the 1980s. Bellocchio's cooly observed history lesson splits its time between decades-spanning biopic and courtroom procedural. 150 minutes R. (Opens Friday 3/13)
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Wendy

Wendy

Writer-director Benh Zeitlin (Beasts of the Southern Wild) returns with another earthy, wholly original, dirt-poor Southern fantasia. This one's a modernist reimagining of J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan. Our Wendy for this go-around is a 10-year-old moppet (fierce-eyed newcomer Devin France) living with her single mother and two roustabout brothers above a clapboard railroad diner. One night, the kids are lured off to a volcanic island filled with ageless boys by a dreadlocked ragamuffin named Peter (Yashua Mack). Zeitlin's loose style is far more interested in gritty visual texture than in niceties like plot and character. The meandering execution highlights the budgetary restrictions and amateur cast. But there's something rough and magical happening here. FULL REVIEW: Arty reimagining of Peter Pan grows up fast by Devin D. O’Leary (3/12/2020). 112 minutes PG-13. (Opens Friday 3/13)
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Zombi Child

French director Bertrand Bonello (Saint Laurent, Nocturama) infuses this haunting drama with the spooky supernatural atmosphere of an old Jacques Tourneur film (I Walked With a Zombie, Cat People). In 1962 Haiti a man is brought back from the dead, only to be sent to the living hell of the sugarcane fields. Some 55 years later, at an exclusive girl's school in Paris, a young Haitian teenager confesses an old family secret to a group of new friends. Mixing political commentary, ethnography, coming-of-age melodrama and good old-fashioned horror movies, Bonello creates a Gothic gumbo of genres. In English, Creole and French with English subtitles. 103 minutes Unrated. (Opens Friday 3/13)
Guild Cinema

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The Boondock Saints (1999)

Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus star in this bullet-riddled cult film about twin Irish Catholic brothers who become vigilante killers in a bid to rid Boston of evil men. (Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, me boyo!) 108 minutes R.
Flix Brewhouse
Guild Cinema

The Fifth Element (1997)

Back in the day, audiences expecting hardcore science-fiction were somewhat disappointed in Luc Besson's colorful, comic book-style space fantasy. Time has given it the proper cult-like respect, however. Bruce Willis is having a ball as a futuristic cab driver unwittingly called upon to save the universe. And Milla Jovovich is unforgettable as the enticing alien gal Leeloo Minai Lekarariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat De Sebat. A dazzling visual treat on the big screen. 126 minutes PG-13.
Flix Brewhouse

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

Rabid readers of the Harry Potter books know this is the most epic, action-packed book of the series. That gives filmmakers plenty (too much, really) to concentrate on here. The legendary Triwizard tournament (sort of a magical version of the Olympics) has come to Hogwarts and our boy Harry is, of course, a front-runner to win. In addition to battling fire-breathing dragons, Harry must contend with the return of vicious Lord Voldemort (embodied, finally, by Ralph Fiennes) and (even more horrifying) the onset of puberty. 157 minutes PG-13.
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque

King Kong (1933)

The classic RKO monster movie returns to theaters to show off its groundbreaking mix of live-action and stop-motion animation. Fay Wray is the actress tricked into acting as bait for a giant ape by an unscrupulous filmmaker. After more than 70 years, this one's still worth watching on the big screen. 100 minutes Unrated.
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

My People Are Rising: Memoirs of a Black Panther Captain (2017)

This short documentary is based on the autobiography of Seattle Black Panther Captain Aaron Dixon and is part of an intergenerational campaign to preserve the historical legacy of the revolutionary political organization. Dixon will be at the theater in person to participate in a Q&A session and to sign copies of his autobiography. 60 minutes Unrated.
Guild Cinema

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1917

Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Revolutionary Road, Skyfall) directs the epic and technically ingenious tale of World War I. Two young British privates are given the impossible mission of delivering a message deep within enemy territory, preventing 1,600 young soldiers from walking into a trap. This entire film, inspired by a true historical incident, is shot and edited to appear as a single, uninterrupted take unfolding in real time. The story feels familiar, but the visuals are gripping. 119 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Baaghi 3

Musclebound ex-army officer/former MMA champ Ronny (Indian action star Tiger Shroff) has always come to his little brother's rescue. So when Vikram (Riteish Deshmukh) is kidnapped by ISIS (yeah, that ISIS), Ronnie naturally knows that "he will do whatever it takes to destroy anyone and anything that stands in the way of Vikram's safety." Given the history of this popular action film series, Ronny sure has a lot of friends, lovers and family members that get kidnapped. In Hindi with English subtitles. 160 minutes Unrated.
Century 14 Downtown

Bad Boys For Life

A good 25 years after they exhausted most of the clichés of the buddy cop genre in Bad Boys, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return for some familiar action movie shenanigans. This time around they're trying to stop the vicious leader of a Miami drug cartel. The jokes mostly revolve around the idea that, you know, they're older than they were 25 years ago. But the old-school action-comedy vibe is appropriately infectious. 123 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema

Brahms: The Boy II

The Boy--a 2016 horror cheapy about a woman hired to act as a nanny for a British couple with a big estate and a creepy porcelain doll that may or may not be possessed by the spirit of their dead son--wasn't exactly crying out for a sequel. But here it is anyway. Seems a new family has moved into the guest house at the abandoned estate and their young son has found a familiar-looking old doll. [Cue eerie music.] Katie Holmes, whose star appears to have dimmed, is the lead. 86 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio

The Call of the Wild

Jack London's animal-based adventure novel from 1903 has been adapted to film at least half a dozen times. But it's never been done with mediocre CGI! Now our canine hero Buck--dognapped in California and forced to work as a sled dog in the Yukon--can act, emote and perform stunts like no real dog actor before him. (At least the filmmakers have resisted the urge to make him talk.) Harrison Ford shows up as one of the token humans, a grizzled gold prospector named John Thornton. (Relax, it amounts to a glorified cameo and a bunch of unnecessary voice-over narration.) 100 minutes PG.
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Flix Brewhouse
Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Dolittle

Dolittle

Robert Downey Jr. takes on the role of Hugh Lofting's kiddy book series hero, a veterinarian who can "walk with the animals, talk with the animals, grunt and squeak and squawk with the animals." This one isn't as over-the-top bombastic as Disney's recent attempts to live-actionize old fairy tales (Oz the Great and Powerful, Maleficent). But it still allows Hollywood to do what it does best--cast random stars as the voices of animated animals (in this case, it's Emma Thompson, Rami Malek, John Cena, Tom Holland, Kumail Nanjiani and Octavia Spencer). It's a genial enough family film, but there's not a lot of effort evident in the plot, characters or jokes. FULL REVIEW: Newest version of animal-filled fable does a little by Devin D. O’Leary (1/16/2020). 111 minutes PG.
Cottonwood Stadium 16

Emma.

Music video director Autumn de Wilde (who did a lot of stuff with Beck) tries his hand at a feature film by adapting Jane Austen's venerable 1815 romance. Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch, Split) stars as our well-meaning but selfish title character who persistently meddles in the love lives of her various friends and neighbors. Bill Nighy, Mia Goth, Callum Turner and Rupert Graves are among the usual suspects playing dress-up. There's style to burn and a commanding central perf in this rigidly faithful adaptation, but not a lot of fresh insight. For pure fun and reinvention, 1995's Clueless remains the unconventional high water mark. 125 minutes PG.
Century 14 Downtown
Century Rio
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Fantasy Island

Remember "Fantasy Island"? Well, forget it. This teen-leaning horror cheapie from Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious, Sinister, Truth or Dare, Happy Death Day, Ouija) sends Lucy Hale ("Pretty Little Liars") and a bunch of young folks to a magical tropical island that promises to make their fondest dreams come true, but actually brings their darkest nightmares to life instead. (You're not gonna earn stars on Yelp with that business plan, guys.) The film also replaces Ricardo Montalban with Michael Peña (Ant-Man). I mean, c'mon. 110 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio

The Gentlemen

After a decade or so screwing around with mainstream blockbusters (Sherlock Holmes, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., King Arthur: The Legend of the Sword, Aladdin), British filmmaker Guy Ritchie returns to the knockabout gangster sagas that he made his bones on (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels; Snatch; Revolver). Here we find Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Michelle Dockery, Jeremy Strong, Colin Farell, Henry Golding and Hugh Grant in the amusingly macho tale of a British drug lord who tries to sell off his highly profitable criminal empire to a dynasty of Oklahoma billionaires. R.
Century Rio

Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey

Yup, this one kinda tanked at the box office, so Warner Bros. changed the name from Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn to Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey. Margot Robbie resurrects her popular comic book character from the decidedly rickety DC/Warner Bros. vehicle Suicide Squad. This time around the nutty troublemaker has broken up with her longtime boyfriend The Joker (explosives were involved) and has teamed up with a group of questionably moral antiheroes (including Mary Elizabeth Winstead as The Huntress and Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary) in order to save a young girl from a particularly evil Gotham City crime lord (Ewan McGregor). 109 minutes R.
Century 14 Downtown
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Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema
Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

Impractical Jokers: The Movie

Impractical Jokers: The Movie

Like a low-rent "Jackass," truTV's "Impractical Jokers" follows middle-aged dorks Brian Quinn, Joe Gatto, James Murray and Sal Vulcano as they challenge one another to perform various hidden camera pranks. How could one basic cable TV show contain all that entertainment? So here's the feature film version that one 12-year-old fan in Kenosha was begging for. The film starts off with a (scripted) flashback to 1994, when the guys were in high school and tried to sneak into a Paula Abdul concert--which, believe it or not, serves as an excuse for all the (non-scripted) hidden camera stunts that follow. FULL REVIEW: Why, God, why? by Devin D. O’Leary (2/27/2020). 93 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio
Cottonwood Stadium 16

The Invisible Man

Universal Pictures has given up on its Marvel Cinematic Universe-inspired "Dark Universe" in which classic Universal Monsters join forces in heroic solidarity. (Tom Cruise's crappy take on The Mummy kinda killed that idea.) Instead, we're getting some re-imagined reboots. Here, Elisabeth Moss ("Mad Men") stars as a terrified woman whose abusive, gaslighting ex-boyfriend (a scientist) commits suicide--only to show up at her house later, very much alive and invisible. Naturally, nobody believes her. Writer-director Leigh Whannell (Saw, Insidious) finds a clever hook on which to hang this revisionist take. It's no Universal Studios classic, but it's a interesting start. 124 minutes R.
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Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Jack Black and Kevin Hart are back as a group of friends transported back into their digital avatars in the magical video game Jumanji. This time around, the game is broken, and the quartet find themselves fighting new adversities and navigating different landscapes--from snowy mountaintops to arid deserts. Awkwafina, Nick Jonas and Danny DeVito are among the new cast members for this go-around. 123 minutes PG-13.
Cottonwood Stadium 16
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema

Las Pildoras De Mi Novio (My Boyfriend's Meds)

A woman's island getaway with her boyfriend is thrown for a loop when he forgets to take his prescription medications along. That sounds … funny? In English and Spanish with English subtitles. 100 minutes R.
Century Rio

My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising

Here's the second feature animated film based on the popular manga/anime series about a boy named Izuku Midoriya who is born without superpowers in a world where such abilities are commonplace. With the help of his favorite superhero, Izuku enrolls in the U.A. High School, a training ground for wannabe heroes. For this outing, our young hero-in-training and the rest of the pupils in Class 1-A must save a group of islanders from a powerful new villain. Screened in English dubbed and English subtitled versions. 100 minutes PG-13.
Century Rio

Onward

Disney/Pixar's latest is a sentimental family drama masquerading as an inventive fantasy. The story is set in a modern-day fantasy world filled with elves, fairies, centaurs and dragons--all of whom have forgotten their ancient magical roots and are leading ordinary, workaday lives. When two suburban teens stumble across their long-gone father's old magical staff, they attempt to bring him back to life. But the spell only half-succeeds (literally--he's just a pair of legs). Now the brothers must embark on a noble, cross-country quest (in a panel van) to resurrect their dad before time runs out. Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Octavia Spencer, Lena Waithe and Ali Wong provide voices. 102 minutes PG.
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Icon Cinemas Albuquerque
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Onward 3D

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Parasite

The latest film from brilliant South Korean director Bong Joon-Ho (The Host, Mother, Snowpiercer) is a pitch-black, tragicomic thriller about a poor but loving family scraping by in a crowded "semi-basement" apartment on a grubby side street in Seoul. By chance, the family's intelligent son lands a job tutoring an upper-class teenage girl who lives in a massive modernist mansion. This sudden and vivid contrast in fortunes sets up the film's nasty, near-Gothic twists and turns (none of which should be spoiled). 131 minutes R.
Century Rio

Sonic the Hedgehog

A small, blue and extremely speedy hedgehog from outer space (voiced by Ben Schwartz) shows up in small town America where he helps a police officer (James Marsden) fight an evil genius. Yup, that's Jim Carrey returning to the big screen after a four-year hiatus as Dr. Robotnik. And yeah, this is based on the popular Sega video game from 1991. The hedgehog is computer-animated. Everybody else is real. More or less. 99 minutes PG.
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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Director J.J. Abrams closes out this latest Star Wars trilogy by setting up one final battle between the forces of good (embodied by Daisey Ridley's Rey) and the forces of evil (led by Adam Driver's Kylo Ren). Also, Lando Calrissian (Billy Dee Williams) and Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) are back for old times' sake. 141 minutes PG-13.
Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema

The Way Back

Ragtag, underdog high school sports team. Embittered, alcoholic but ultimately inspiring coach. One shot at redemption against a superior competitor. You have definitely seen this story before. Gavin O'Connor, who gave us 2004's Miracle (see, there's one), writes and directs. Weirdly, this one's not loosely based on a true story. The only question: Is Ben Affleck really old and grizzled enough these days to do the Gene Hackman thing? 108 minutes R.
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Ford v Ferrari

James Mangold (Walk the Line, Logan) directs this historical biopic about the time legendary American car designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and infamous English race car racer Ken Miles (Christian Bale) took on the seemingly impossible task of trying to build a vehicle fast enough to beat iconic Italian sports car manufacturer Ferrari at 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1966. 152 minutes PG-13.
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Frozen II

Disney's 2013 smash animated hit gets the inevitable sequel. This time around Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf (Josh Gad) must leave the kingdom of Arendelle to travel to an ancient, autumn-bound forest and discover the origin of Elsa's mysterious powers--and, you know, save the kingdom. 103 minutes PG.
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Gretel & Hansel

Contemplative art-horror director Osgood Perkins (The Blackcoat's Daughter, I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House) tries his hand at the umpteenth reimagining of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale. As usual, a couple of kids get lost in the forest and stumble across the abode of a mean old witch (Alice Krige, Star Trek: First Contact). Perkins is a compelling visual director, but he doesn't really like films in which things happen. 87 minutes PG-13.
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Joker

Joker

After Cesar Romero, Jack Nicholson, Mark Hamill, Heath Ledger and Jared Leto put their stamp on the character, moody method actor , but writer-director Todd Phillips (Old School, The Hangover) offers a distinctive, Martin Scorsese-esque vision of a failed comic being disenfranchised from society and reinventing himself as an outsized supervillain for the ages. FULL REVIEW: “Revolutionary” origin story reimagines itself back into familiar territory by Devin D. O’Leary (10/10/2019). 121 minutes R.
Movies West

Just Mercy

Based on a true story, Michael B. Jordan (from Black Panther and Creed) stars as world-renowned civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson, who works to free a wrongly condemned death row inmate (Jamie Foxx) in Alabama. Emotional performances and an urgent story overcome the film's somewhat pedantic sense of advocacy. 136 minutes PG-13.
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Like a Boss

Witty indie rabble rouser Miguel Arteta (Star Maps, Chuck & Buck, The Good Girl, Youth in Revolt) directs Rose Byrne and Tiffany Haddish in this comedy about a couple of friends who decide to start a beauty company together. When the business takes off, their competing styles--one is practical, the other is in it for the lavish lifestyle--clash. R.
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Little Women

Indie writer-director Greta Gerwig's (Mistress America, Francis Ha, Lady Bird) take on Little Women draws on the classic novel and its author Louisa May Alcott's overarching body of work. In Gerwig's take, Alcott's alter ego Jo March (Saoirse Ronan) reflects on her fictional life as her sisters Meg, Amy and Beth independently determine the trajectory of their own lives. Laura Dern, Meryl Streep, Bob Odenkirk and Timothée Chalamet are the impressive cast. 135 minutes PG.
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The Photograph

LaKeith Stanfield, Issa Rae, Chelsea Peretti, Rob Morgan, Courtney B. Vance and Lil Rel Howery star in this series of intertwining love stories set in the past and the present. The central plot thread concerns the estranged daughter of a famous photographer who falls in love with a journalist assigned to cover her late mother. PG-13.
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Spies in Disguise

Will Smith offers up his voice to this cartoon about an international superspy who gets turned into a pigeon. He's a pigeon. But he's still got to save the world. That's the situation. Will Smith is a pigeon. 102 minutes PG.
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3810 Las Estancias SW · 544-2360 · Film times
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I Still Believe • (Click for Film times)
The Hunt • (Click for Film times)

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Angrezi Medium • (Click for Film times)
Baaghi 3 • (Click for Film times)
Bad Boys For Life • (Click for Film times)
Bloodshot • (Click for Film times)
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I AM PATRICK • (Click for Film times)
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The Way Back • (Click for Film times)

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I Still Believe • (Click for Film times)
Impractical Jokers: The Movie • (Click for Film times)
Jumanji: The Next Level • (Click for Film times)
King Kong (1933) • (Click for Film times)
Onward • (Click for Film times)
Sonic the Hedgehog • (Click for Film times)
The Call of the Wild • (Click for Film times)
The Hunt • (Click for Film times)
The Invisible Man • (Click for Film times)
The Way Back • (Click for Film times)

Flix Brewhouse

3236 La Orilla NW · 445-8500 · Film times
Bloodshot • (Click for Film times)
I Still Believe • (Click for Film times)
Onward • (Click for Film times)
The Boondock Saints (1999) • (Click for Film times)
The Call of the Wild • (Click for Film times)
The Fifth Element (1997) • (Click for Film times)
The Hunt • (Click for Film times)
The Invisible Man • (Click for Film times)
The Way Back • (Click for Film times)

High Ridge

12910 Indian School NE · (844) 462-7342 ext. 605 · Film times
Burden • (Click for Film times)
The Times of Bill Cunningham • (Click for Film times)
The Traitor • (Click for Film times)
Wendy • (Click for Film times)

Icon Cinemas Albuquerque

13120-A Central Ave. SE · 814-7469 · Film times
Bloodshot • (Click for Film times)
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005) • (Click for Film times)
I Still Believe • (Click for Film times)
Onward • (Click for Film times)
Sonic the Hedgehog • (Click for Film times)
The Call of the Wild • (Click for Film times)
The Hunt • (Click for Film times)
The Invisible Man • (Click for Film times)
The Way Back • (Click for Film times)

Movies 8

4591 San Mateo NE · 888-4773 · Film times
Ford v Ferrari • (Click for Film times)
Frozen II • (Click for Film times)
Gretel & Hansel • (Click for Film times)
Just Mercy • (Click for Film times)
Like a Boss • (Click for Film times)
Little Women • (Click for Film times)
Spies in Disguise • (Click for Film times)
The Photograph • (Click for Film times)

Movies West

9201 Coors NW · 898-4664 · Film times
Frozen II • (Click for Film times)
Gretel & Hansel • (Click for Film times)
Joker • (Click for Film times)
Just Mercy • (Click for Film times)
Like a Boss • (Click for Film times)
Little Women • (Click for Film times)
Spies in Disguise • (Click for Film times)
The Photograph • (Click for Film times)

Rio Rancho Premiere Cinema

1000 Premiere Parkway · 994-3300 · Film times
1917 • (Click for Film times)
Bad Boys For Life • (Click for Film times)
Bloodshot • (Click for Film times)
Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey • (Click for Film times)
I Still Believe • (Click for Film times)
Jumanji: The Next Level • (Click for Film times)
Onward • (Click for Film times)
Sonic the Hedgehog • (Click for Film times)
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker • (Click for Film times)
The Call of the Wild • (Click for Film times)
The Hunt • (Click for Film times)
The Invisible Man • (Click for Film times)
The Way Back • (Click for Film times)

SUB Theater

UNM (Student Union Building Room 1003) · 277-5608
Closed for Spring Break

UNM Midweek Movies

UNM (Student Union Building Room 1003) · 277-4706 · Film times
Closed for Spring Break

Winrock Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX

2100 Louisiana Blvd. NE · (844) 462-7342 ext. 4058 · Film times
1917 • (Click for Film times)
Bloodshot • (Click for Film times)
Emma. • (Click for Film times)
Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey • (Click for Film times)
I AM PATRICK • (Click for Film times)
I Still Believe • (Click for Film times)
I Still Believe--An IMAX Experience • (Click for Film times)
King Kong (1933) • (Click for Film times)
Onward • (Click for Film times)
The Call of the Wild • (Click for Film times)
The Hunt • (Click for Film times)
The Invisible Man • (Click for Film times)
The Way Back • (Click for Film times)