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Roman J. Israel, Esq. - 1.4.5

An idealistic lawyer (Denzel Washington) learns that his law partner died in debt and their firm must be liquidated. Joining an affluent firm under one of the deceased's former students (Colin Farrell), he alienates wealthy partners, but befriends a social justice advocate (Carmen Ejogo) and learns that he can still do the right thing. Also with Lynda Gravatt, Amanda Warren, Lynn Jackson, Fritz Molinar, Connor Novick and Jessie Salinas. Directed by Dan Gilroy. [2:09 - PG-13]

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Coco - 1.3.1

A young boy (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) has a guitar and practices hard, desperate for a music career. He is stymied though because his family hates music, so he consults with his departed ancestors in the Land of the Dead. Also with the voices of Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Renée Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguia and Alanna Ubac. Directed by Lee Unkrich. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish without translation. [1:49 - PG]

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - 2.7.10

Convinced that lawmen have dropped the ball on solving her daughter's rape and murder, a distraught single mother (Frances McDormand) rents three billboards leading into town with messages that denigrate the sheriff (Woody Harrelson). Also with Sam Rockwell, John Hawkes, Peter Dinklage, Caleb Landry Jones and Amanda Warren. Directed by Martin McDonagh. [1:55 - R]

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The Star - 1.3.1

In the days leading up to Christ's birthday, a little donkey (voiced by Steven Yeun) and his friends help Mary (voiced by Gina Rodriguez) and Joseph (voiced by Zachary Levi) find a place to stay and escape the wrath of the King of Judea and Roman leaders. Also with the voices of Keegan-Michael Key, Kelly Clarkson, Patricia Heaton, Kristin Chenoweth, Tracy Morgan, Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey. Directed by Timothy Reckart. [1:26 - PG]

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Wonder - 1.3.3

A 10 year old boy (Jacob Tremblay) born with unique facial features enters the 5th grade after having been home-schooled. While trying to fit in and feel ordinary he has to deal with the reaction from the other children. Also with Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, Izabela Vidovic and Mandy Patinkin. Directed by Stephen Chbosky. [1:53 - PG]

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Novitiate - 7.5.5

In 1954 a seven-year-old girl raised by an agnostic single mother (Julianne Nicholson) is introduced to Catholicism and as a young woman (Margaret Qualley) wins a scholarship to a Catholic school and to her mother's dismay, enters a convent. Vatican II disrupts the lives of the nuns and the novice suffers as her faith is challenged by pain, loneliness and sexual urges. Also with Melissa Leo, Dianna Agron, Morgan Saylor, Ashley Bell and Liana Liberato. Directed by Margaret Betts. [2:03 - R]

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Lady Bird - 6.3.6

The film follows a strong-willed high school senior (Saoirse Ronan) during the 2002-03 school year, as she struggles with her overbearing mother (Laurie Metcalf) and other people in her life. Also with Jordan Rodrigues, Tracy Letts, Beanie Feldstein and Stephen Henderson. Directed by Greta Gerwig. [1:33 - R]

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Justice League - 3.6.4

When an evil power threatens the world's existence, Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) unite a league of super heroes that includes Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and the Flash (Ezra Miller) to save the planet. Also with Robin Wright, Connie Nielsen, Amy Adams, Amber Heard, Henry Cavill, Diane Lane and Jeremy Irons. Directed by Zack Snyder. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Russian with English subtitles. [2:01 - PG-13]

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Goodbye Christopher Robin  - 2.3.1

Biopic about A. A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), the famous author of children's books, who was inspired by his son (Will Tilston) and his stuffed animals to create the book series set in the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. While the series brought hope and laughter to the English after World War I, it placed undue stress on the family. Also with Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Alex Lawther and Vicki Pepperdine. Directed by Simon Curtis. [1:47 - PG]

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A Bad Moms Christmas - 7.4.10

Three over-worked suburban moms (Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn) rebel against the expected trappings of Christmas, when their mothers barge in unexpectedly and make creating a perfect holiday for their families almost impossible. Also with Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines and Susan Sarandon. Directed by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore. [1:44 - R]

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Daddy's Home 2 - 4.3.4

When it becomes clear that the kids are not happy with the way the holidays turn out, the dads (Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell) decide to celebrate a "together Christmas" where both extended families celebrate the holiday at the same place. Unexpected discoveries ensue. Also with Linda Cardellini, Mel Gibson, John Cena, John Lithgow, Scarlett Estevez, Alessandra Ambrosio, Owen Vaccaro and Didi Costine. Directed by Sean Anders. [1:40 - PG-13]

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LBJ - 2.3.5

Covering the period from 1961 to 1964, from the election of President John F. Kennedy (Jeffrey Donovan) and his assassination in 1963, to the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson and the passage of the Civil Rights Act and other progressive social programs. Also with Jennifer Jason Leigh, Bill Pullman, C. Thomas Howell, Michael Mosley, Michael Stahl-David and Richard Jenkins. Directed by Rob Reiner. [1:38 - R]

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Murder on the Orient Express - 1.5.3

Based on the eponymous Agatha Christie novel: Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) joins a friend on the Orient Express hoping for a vacation. However, his services are called upon when the train is trapped by an avalanche and a passenger is murdered. Also with Daisy Ridley, Leslie Odom Jr., Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Penélope Cruz, Richard Clifford, Josh Gad, Johnny Depp, Derek Jacobi, Lucy Boynton, Marwan Kenzari, Michelle Pfeiffer, Judi Dench, Olivia Colman and Willem Dafoe. Directed by Branagh. [1:54 - PG-13]

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Thor: Ragnarok - 3.6.4

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) undertakes a mission to save his planet and his people from certain destruction with many distractions and enemies, and that includes members of his own family. Also with Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Hopkins and Benedict Cumberbatch. Directed by Taika Waititi. [2:10 - PG-13]

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Wonderstruck - 2.2.1

A boy (Oakes Fegley) in 1977 searches for his father after his mother dies in an accident; and a girl (Millicent Simmonds) in 1927 searches for a way to get away from her mother and father. When their paths cross they realize that they are getting closer to finding what's missing from their lives. Also with Julianne Moore, Cory Michael Smith, Jaden Michael, Tom Noonan and Michelle Williams. Directed by Todd Haynes. [1:57 - PG]

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The Killing of a Sacred Deer - 8.6.5

After a man dies during heart surgery, his teenage son (Barry Keoghan) is befriended by the cardiologist (Colin Farrell) that performed the surgery. After several interactions their relationship becomes very strained and it becomes obvious that the teen blames the doctor for his father's death and demands a sacrifice in return. Also with Nicole Kidman, Alicia Silverstone, Raffey Cassidy, Bill Camp and Sunny Suljic. Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos. [2:01 - R]

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Jigsaw - 2.10.9

The 8th installment of the "Saw" series finds the police investigating a series of elaborate murders with the signature of the Jigsaw killer (Tobin Bell), who was supposed to have been dead for a decade. Also with Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie, Clé Bennett and Hannah Emily Anderson. Directed by Michael Spierig & Peter Spierig. [1:31 - R]

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Suburbicon - 4.6.6

It's 1959 and Suburbicon, a planned middle-class suburb, two events demonstrate that it is not the idyllic community it seems to be: two men break into a house and a woman is killed and when an African-American family moves to the suburb, the white residents try to violently drive them out. With Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Oscar Isaac, Jack Conley, Noah Jupe, Tony Espinosa, Glenn Fleshler, Gary Basaraba, Karimah Westbrook, Alex Hassell and Leith M. Burke. Directed by George Clooney. [1:44 - R]

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Breathe - 2.3.3

Based on the lives of Robin and Diana Cavendish (Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy), prominent advocates for the disabled; it is their story of love and courage after Robin was stricken with polio. Also with Ed Speleers, Tom Hollander, David Wilmot, Tom Turner and Amit Shah. Directed by Andy Serkis. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish with English subtitles. [1:57 - PG-13]

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Thank You for Your Service - 5.6.10

A US Army Sgt. (Miles Teller) returns after three tours of Iraqi War duty in 2007, suffering from PTSD. Finding he is unable to reintegrate himself into life with his wife (Haley Bennett) and young children, he connects with other veterans who have lingering brain trauma and fights red tape and long waiting lists to secure the help they need. Also with Beula Koale, Amy Schumer, Joe Cole, Brad Beyer and Scott Hayes. Directed by Jason Hall. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in a Samoan dialect with English subtitles. [1:48 - R]

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Geostorm - 1.6.4

When a complex system of satellites that control extreme weather goes haywire, the scientist (Gerard Butler) who created the system is called into action to track down the cause before the planet is destroyed by extreme storms. Also with Jim Sturgess, Abbie Cornish, Alexandra Maria Lara, Daniel Wu, Eugenio Derbez, Amr Waked, Adepero Oduye, Andy Garcia and Ed Harris. Directed by Dean Devlin. [1:49 - PG-13]

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Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween - 4.4.5

A father (Tyler Perry) tries to keep his 18-year-old daughter (Diamond White) from making bad choices but his ex-wife thinks she needs to be given some space to make mistakes. When her choices lead her into the path of a serial killer, the parents try to save the day. Also with Cassi Davis, Patrice Lovely, Yousef Erakat, Lexy Panterra, Andre Hall, Brock O'Hurn and Inanna Sarkis. Directed by Tyler Perry. [1:41 - PG-13]

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Same Kind of Different as Me - 2.4.3

A wealthy art dealer (Greg Kinnear) befriends a chronically homeless man (Djimon Hounsou) so that he can impress his Christian wife (Renée Zellweger), who dreams of improving the lives of the less fortunate. Finally her husband begins to listen. Also with Olivia Holt, Jon Voight and Stephanie Leigh Schlund. Directed by Michael Carney. [2:00 - PG-13]

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The Snowman - 6.8.5

When a Norwegian detective (Michael Fassbender) investigates the disappearances of several women, he suspects a serial killer who strikes during fresh snowfall and always builds a snowman near the victim's body. A rookie detective (Rebecca Ferguson) helps connect the deaths to a cold case. Also with Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jonas Karlsson and J. K. Simmons. Directed by Tomas Alfredson. [2:00 - R]

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Only the Brave - 4.5.5

Based on true tragic events from 2013: The story of the creation of the Granite Mountain Hotshots and their efforts to protect the people of Yarnell, Arizona from a wild fire. With Josh Brolin, Miles Teller, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Connelly, James Badge Dale, Andie MacDowell, Geoff Stults, Alex Russell, Thad Luckinbill, Ben Hardy, Scott Haze, Jake Picking, Scott Foxx, Dylan Kenin, Ryan Michael Busch, Ryan Jason Cook and Brandon Bunch. Directed by Joseph Kosinski. [2:13 - PG-13]

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Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House - 1.2.5

Based on the real-life story of FBI deputy assistant director Mark Felt (Liam Neeson), who received the moniker "Deep Throat" from journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward when he helped them uncover the Watergate scandal that led to President Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974. Also with Diane Lane, Marton Csokas, Tony Goldwyn, Josh Lucas, Michael C. Hall, Tom Sizemore and Julian Morris. Directed by Peter Landesman. [1:43 - PG-13]

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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women - 8.3.6

Based on real events: American psychologist William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans) created the action hero Wonder Woman during WWII. Marston, his wife (Rebecca Hall), and his mistress (Bella Heathcote) had a polyamorous relationship and liked bondage; the Wonder Woman comics were initially controversial. Also with Oliver Platt, JJ Field and Connie Britton. Directed by Angela Robinson. [1:48 - R]

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Happy Death Day - 4.6.5

A college student (Jessica Rothe) wakes up on her birthday in the room of a young man (Israel Broussard) after a night of drinking. Before the end of the day she is murdered by a person in a mask and wakes up again in the same room, only to relive her murder over and over, in different ways, as she tries to identify her killer. Also with Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews, Charles Aitken, Jason Bayle and Phi Vu. Directed by Christopher Landon. [1:36 - PG-13]

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Marshall - 6.5.5

Based on the true story of the early legal career of Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman) who became the first African-American Supreme Court Justice. Also with Josh Gad, Kate Hudson, Sterling K. Brown, Dan Stevens, James Cromwell, Keesha Sharp and Roger Guenveur Smith. Directed by Reginald Hudlin. A man says something that could have been in Hebrew with English subtitles. [1:58 - PG-13]

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Brad's Status - 3.1.7

While a man (Ben Stiller) is touring the campuses of prestigious colleges with his son (Austin Abrams), he experiences an existential crisis that makes him question his life and the choices he has made. Also with Jenna Fischer, Michael Sheen, Jemaine Clement, Luke Wilson, Mike White and Shazi Raja. Directed by Mike White. [1:42 - R]

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The Foreigner - 5.7.6

An aging businessman (Jackie Chan) loses his teenage daughter (Charlie Murphy) in a London car bombing that's suspected of being the work of the IRA. When an Irish official refuses to help him find her murderer, the grieving father terrorizes him until he can provide the names of possible killers. Also with Pierce Brosnan, Simon Kunz and Katie Leung. Directed by Martin Campbell. Several lines of dialogue are in Chinese with English subtitles. Many characters speak with thick Irish accents. [1:54 - R]

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Victoria and Abdul - 2.2.5

Set in the late 1880s: A platonic relationship develops between Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) and an Indian man (Ali Fazal) and the film tracks the turmoil this relationship caused in the royal house, especially when the elderly queen appointed him as her personal confidant. Also with Tim Pigott-Smith, Eddie Izzard, Adeel Akhtar, Michael Gambon and Paul Higgins. Directed by Stephen Frears.  [1:51 - PG-13]

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The Mountain Between Us - 5.5.5

Two strangers (Idris Elba and Kate Winslet) share a small chartered airplane when commercial flights are fully booked, but their pilot does not file a flight plan and they soon crash on a snowy Utah mountain range. Now, they must fight nature and injuries to survive. Also with Dermot Mulroney and Beau Bridges. Directed by Hany Abu-Assad. [1:49 - PG-13]

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My Little Pony: The Movie - 1.3.1

When three of the Princesses of Equestria are encased in a magical shell that restricts their powers, the remaining Princess and her friends search for a way to save them and free their home from the evil Stormking. With the voices of Uzo Aduba, Ashleigh Ball, Adam Bengis, Emily Blunt, Kristin Chenoweth, Michelle Creber and Taye Diggs. Directed by Jayson Thiessen. [1:39 - PG]

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Blade Runner 2049 - 7.7.5

Sequel to the 1982 film: Set in 2049, Blade Runners continue to track down and permanently disable outdated replicants. One Blade Runner (Ryan Gosling) uncovers a mystery that leads him to search for a former Blade Runner (Harrison Ford) who's been missing for three decades. Also with Dave Bautista, Robin Wright, Jared Leto, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Carla Juri and Mackenzie Davis. Directed by Denis Villeneuve. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in an unidentified foreign language accompanied by subtitles. [2:43 - R]

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Woodshock - 2.5.6

Struggling to deal with her mother's illness and death, a woman (Kirsten Dunst) goes through her days pulling further away from the people around her and seeming less connected to reality. Also with Joe Cole, Pilou Asbæk, Steph DuVall, Jack Kilmer and Susan Traylor. Directed by Kate Mulleavy & Laura Mulleavy. [1:40 - R]

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American Made - 6.6.10

Based on a true story: a TWA airline pilot (Tom Cruise) in the 1970s is offered a job with the CIA with increasingly risky responsibilities gathering intelligence on South American officials and delivering weapons. Also with Domhnall Gleeson, Sarah Wright, Jesse Plemons, Caleb Landry Jones, Alejandro Edda and Mauricio Mejía. Directed by Doug Liman. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish with English subtitles. [1:55 - R]

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Flatliners - 5.6.5

A medical student (Ellen Page) persuades four classmates to experiment with dying and returning to life by using hospital equipment without permission. What they find is not what they expected when their sins come back to haunt them. Also with Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, Kiersey Clemons and Kiefer Sutherland. Directed by Niels Arden Oplev. [1:50 - PG-13]

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A Question of Faith - 1.4.1

A young woman (Karen Valero) driving while texting strikes a 12-year-old boy (Caleb T. Thomas) and is sentenced to prison. Elsewhere, a teen girl collapses with a failed heart. Pushed together by tragedy, the three families struggle with their beliefs and make unexpected connections. Also with Richard T. Jones, Kim Fields, Gregory Alan Williams, Donna Biscoe, C. Thomas Howell, Renée O'Connor, Amber Thompson, T.C. Stallings and Jaci Velasquez. Directed by Kevan Otto. [1:44 - PG]

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Battle of the Sexes - 6.2.4

The real-life story of the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell), which was cast as a battle to prove that one gender is athletically superior to the another. Also with Andrea Riseborough, Natalie Morales, Sarah Silverman, Bill Pullman, Alan Cumming, Elisabeth Shue, Fred Armisen, Austin Stowell and Jessica McNamee. Directed by Jonathan Dayton & Valerie Faris. [2:01 - PG-13]

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Stronger - 6.6.10

Based on the true story of the treatment, recovery, and reluctant celebrity of a double amputee (Jake Gyllenhaal) injured in the Boston Marathon bombing of 2013. Also with Tatiana Maslany, Miranda Richardson and Clancy Brown. Directed by David Gordon Green. [1:59 - R]

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle - 6.8.10

The Kingsman are attacked and left with very few agents, and in a last ditch effort to figure out what happened, the British agents travel to Kentucky to decipher a message and seek help from their American counterparts. With Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Julianne Moore, Colin Firth, Michael Gambon, Sophie Cookson, Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal and Elton John. Directed by Matthew Vaughn. [2:21 - R]

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The LEGO Ninjago Movie - 1.3.1

Animated movie about a boy and his group of Ninja friends who are trained to fight a warlord -- who also happens to be the boy's estranged father. With the voices of Jackie Chan, Dave Franco, Fred Armisen, Kumail Nanjiani, Michael Peña, Abbi Jacobson, Zach Woods, David Burrows, Alex Kauffman and Justin Theroux. Directed by Charlie Bean, Paul Fisher & Bob Logan. [1:41 - PG]

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Friend Request - 3.7.6

A college woman (Alycia Debnam-Carey) with hundreds of Facebook friends accepts a friend request from a lonely animation major (Liesl Ahlers), who starts posting disturbing images and she ends up being unfriended. The rejected animator commits suicide while filming herself, the video appears on her former friend's page and then real friends die in succession. Also with William Moseley, Connor Paolo, Brit Morgan, Brooke Markham and Sean Marquette. Directed by Simon Verhoeven. [1:32 - R]

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American Assassin - 6.8.8

A man (Dylan O'Brien) determined to avenge the murder of his fiancée joins an elite counter-terrorism group to track down those responsible and he is trained as an assassin by a former Navy SEAL (Michael Keaton). Also with David Suchet, Sanaa Lathan, Taylor Kitsch, Scott Adkins, Shiva Negar and Charlotte Vega. Directed by Michael Cuesta. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Turkish with English subtitles and others are written in Arabic with English subtitles; a few lines are spoken in Arabic with no translation. [1:51 - R]

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Mother! - 7.8.5

A parade of strangers shows up at a newly married woman's (Jennifer Lawrence) house and her older husband (Javier Bardem) is slow to explain their presence. As the visitors become a crowd of admirers of her husband's poetry, the woman loses control of her life. Also with Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson, Brian Gleeson, Kristen Wiig, Jovan Adepo and Stephen McHattie. Directed by Darren Aronofsky. [2:00 - R]

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Home Again - 4.3.4

A recently separated woman (Reese Witherspoon) with two young daughters takes in three young men trying to make their way in the movie business. When her former husband has second thoughts and shows up unannounced, the unorthodox family setup is in jeopardy. Also with Nat Wolff, Lake Bell, Michael Sheen, Pico Alexander, Candice Bergen, Eden Grace Redfield and Jon Rudnitsky. Directed by Hallie Meyers-Shyer. [1:37 - PG-13]

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9/11 - 1.4.6

Based on a play: Five people (Charlie Sheen, Gina Gershon, Luis Guzmán, Wood Harris and Olga Fonda) are trapped in an elevator during the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center towers and fear for their lives as the towers begin to crumble. Also with Whoopi Goldberg and Jacqueline Bisset. Directed by Martin Guigui. [1:30 - R]

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Tulip Fever - 7.4.3

In 17th century Amsterdam a teenage orphan (Alicia Vikander) is given to a wealthy tulip dealer (Christoph Waltz) for a wife so she can give him an heir, but she does not conceive. When he commissions a portrait of them she begins a torrid affair with the artist (Dane DeHaan) and she devises a plan for escape. Also with Zach Galifianakis, Judi Dench, Holliday Grainger, Matthew Morrison and Cara Delevingne. Directed by Justin Chadwick. [1:47 - R]

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It - 4.8.9

Based on the Stephen King novel: Seven bullied middle school students are terrorized by a dancing demon that assumes the appearance of a clown (Bill Skarsgård). Their stuttering leader (Jaeden Lieberher) persuades them to help avenge the murder of his little brother (Jackson Robert Scott), while also fighting off a gang of teen thugs. Also with Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Jack Dylan Grazer and Nicholas Hamilton. Directed by Andy Muschietti. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Hebrew without translation. [2:15 - R]

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The Only Living Boy in New York - 5.2.6

After graduating from college a young man (Callum Turner) doesn't know what he wants to do with himself and he meets an older man (Jeff Bridges) who helps him learn more about life among sophisticated urbanities. Also with Kate Beckinsale, Pierce Brosnan, Cynthia Nixon, Kiersey Clemons, Tate Donovan, Wallace Shawn, Anh Duong and Debi Mazar. Directed by Marc Webb. [1:28 - R]

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Patti Cake$ - 6.3.10

A young working class woman (Danielle Macdonald) stuck in her New Jersey hometown dreams of being discovered as the next great rap artist. Also with Bridget Everett, Siddharth Dhananjay, Mamoudou Athie, Cathy Moriarty, McCaul Lombardi and Patrick Brana. Directed by Geremy Jasper. [1:48 - R]

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Wind River - 6.7.7

Inspired by actual events: an officer of the Fish and Wildlife Service (Jeremy Renner) is asked to help in an FBI investigation of the murder of a young woman on a Native American reservation. Also with Kelsey Asbille, Julia Jones, Teo Briones, Apesanahkwat, Graham Greene, Elizabeth Olsen and Tantoo Cardinal. Directed by Taylor Sheridan. [1:47 - R]

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All Saints - 1.3.2

A paper salesman (John Corbett) becomes an Episcopalian priest and accepts an assignment to close a Tennessee church. After he sees the dwindling congregation accept 15 Karen refugee families from Burma and work with them to farm the property, he helps the church to become self-supporting. Also with Nelson Lee, Cara Buono, Barry Corbin and Gregory Allan Williams. Directed by Steve Gomer. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Karenic with English subtitles and a hymn is sung without translation. [1:48 - PG]

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Birth of the Dragon - 1.5.3

Set in San Francisco in 1964, Bruce Lee (Philip Ng) looks for fame as a martial arts instructor and action star. He meets a famous Shaolin monk (Xia Wu) and fights him in a controversial no-rules match that is still debated today. Also with Billy Magnussen, Jin Xing, Jingjing Qu, Simon Yin and Terry Chen. Directed by George Nolfi. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Mandarin with and without English subtitles. [1:43 - PG-13]

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Leap! - 1.2.1

Animated film about two orphans that escape from their orphanage and make their way to Paris, where they hope to achieve their dreams of becoming a ballet dancer and an inventor. With the voices of Elle Fanning, Dane DeHaan, Carly Rae Jepsen, Maddie Ziegler, Mel Brooks and Kate McKinnon. Directed by Eric Summer & Éric Warin. [1:29 - PG]

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The Hitman's Bodyguard - 4.8.10

A bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) down on his luck after failing to prevent the assassination of a high-powered client finds himself guarding a notorious hitman (Samuel L. Jackson) that's being transported to the Hague to testify against the Belarusian president (Gary Oldman). Also with Salma Hayek, Elodie Yung and Richard E. Grant. Directed by Patrick Hughes. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Japanese, Belarusian, French and Spanish and most are accompanied by English subtitles.[1:58 - R]

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Logan Lucky - 3.5.5

A divorced West Virginia father (Channing Tatum) loses his job because of a war injury and gathers his one-armed brother (Adam Driver) and his sister (Riley Keough) to steal money from the Charlotte Motor Speedway. They recruit a convicted explosives expert (Daniel Craig) and his two odd brothers to intercept the track's money transport system, while local jail prisoners create diversions. Also with Seth MacFarlane, Katie Holmes, Hilary Swank, Katherine Waterston and Sebastian Stan. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. [2:00 - PG-13]

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13 Minutes - 5.8.4

Based on the true story of Georg Elser (Christian Friedel), a man who attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1939. Also with Katharina Schüttler, Burghart Klaußner, Johann von Bülow, Felix Eitner, David Zimmerschied and Rüdiger Klink. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel. In German with English subtitles. [1:54 - R]

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Annabelle: Creation - 1.7.2

A retired toymaker (Anthony LaPaglia) and his ailing wife (Miranda Otto) welcome a nun (Stephanie Sigman) and six orphan girls into their home. When the girls find a doll named after the toymaker's daughter, who died years ago, a demon (Joseph Bishara) possessing the doll begins to terrify the orphans. Also with Talitha Bateman, Lulu Wilson, Alicia Vela-Bailey, Mark Bramhall and Adam Barley. Directed by David Sandberg. [1:48 - R]

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The Glass Castle - 5.6.5

Based on a memoir by Jeannette Walls: an alcoholic father (Woody Harrelson) becomes estranged from one of his daughters (Brie Larson) as he raises her and her siblings without enough resources, or emotional stability. Also with Naomi Watts, Ella Anderson, Chandler Head, Sarah Snook, Josh Caras, Brigette Lundy-Paine and Max Greenfield. Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton. [2:07 - PG-13]

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The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature - 1.3.1

When a greedy developer wants to take over a park and turn it into a profit making amusement park, the animals living there take matters into their own hands. With the voices of Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl, Maya Rudolph, Jackie Chan, Isabela Moner, Peter Stormare, Bobby Cannavale, Bobby Moynihan, Jeff Dunham and Gabriel Iglesias. Directed by Cal Brunker. [1:31 - PG]

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Kidnap - 1.6.5

A woman's (Halle Berry) young son is kidnapped from a park, and she pursues the kidnappers and will allow nothing to get in her way. Also with Sage Correa, Chris McGinn, Lew Temple, Jason George, Christopher Berry and Arron Shiver. Directed by Luis Prieto. [1:34 - R]

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The Dark Tower - 1.6.3

Adapted from the Stephen King series: A pre-teen boy (Tom Taylor) discovers an alternate world through his dreams and soon learns that he is the key to saving his own world with the help of a Gunslinger (Idris Elba). Also with Katheryn Winnick, Matthew McConaughey, Jackie Earle Haley, Abbey Lee, Nicholas Hamilton, Dennis Haysbert and Claudia Kim. Directed by Nikolaj Arcel. [1:35 - PG-13]

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Step - 2.4.3

A documentary about three Baltimore high school seniors (Blessin Giraldo, Cori Grainger and Tayla Solomon) that struggle through poverty and prejudice, within a landscape of police brutality and the 2015 violent protests. They prepare to compete in a regional step dance contest, while they push hard to graduate and become the first members of their families to attend college. Also with Gari McIntyre and Paula Dofat. Directed by Amanda Lipitz. [1:23 - PG]

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Brigsby Bear - 4.3.4

A 25-year-old man (Kyle Mooney) discovers that the people he has been living with are not his real parents and he was actually kidnapped at birth. He is rescued and returned to his biological family but all he wants to do is figure out the end of a show that he watched throughout his youth. Also with Mark Hamill, Claire Danes, Greg Kinnear, Andy Samberg and Michaela Watkins. Directed by Dave McCary. [1:40 - PG-13]

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Detroit - 5.8.10

Based on true events: The 12th Street Riot rocked Detroit in July 1967 and alleged sniper fire at the Algiers Motel caused the Detroit Police, the Michigan State Police and the National Guard to seize the motel. A small group of gung-ho police officers and their ring leader (Will Poulter) abusively interrogated guests and killed three men, while nine other men and two women were beaten and tortured. Also with John Boyega, Algee Smith, Jason Mitchell, John Krasinski, Hannah Murray and Anthony Mackie. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow. [2:23 - R]

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Atomic Blonde - 7.9.9

In 1989, before the end of the Cold War, an MI6 agent (Charlize Theron) uses her deadly skills to survive on a mission to Berlin. Assigned to work with the British station chief (James McAvoy), she must defeat foreign spies to capture a crucial list of double agents. Also with John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella and Toby Jones. Directed by David Leitch. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in German and Russian with English subtitles. [1:55 - R]

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The Emoji Movie - 1.3.2

When the "Meh" emoji (voiced by T.J. Miller) in a teen boy's phone has a problem focusing on his assigned emotion, he looks for help from a hacker (voiced by Anna Faris) before being deleted from the operating system. Also with the voices of James Corden, Maya Rudolph, Steven Wright, Jennifer Coolidge, Patrick Stewart, Christina Aguilera, Sofía Vergara and Rachael Ray. Directed by Tony Leondis. [1:26 - PG]

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Maudie - 5.3.2

In the 1930s a woman (Sally Hawkins) struck with crippling arthritis runs away from her controlling aunt (Gabrielle Rose) to keep house for a rough-mannered fishmonger (Ethan Hawke). Living in a tiny house in Nova Scotia, the couple becomes famous when the arthritic woman cultivates her primitive artistic talent and sells several paintings. Also with Kari Matchett, Zachary Bennett and Greg Malone. Directed by Aisling Walsh. [1:55 - PG-13]

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Wish Upon - 3.7.5

A teenage girl (Joey King) is given a strange box that seems to grant wishes, but she quickly discovers that it came with repercussions. Also with Ryan Phillippe, Ki Hong Lee, Mitchell Slaggert, Shannon Purser, Sydney Park, Elisabeth Röhm, Josephine Langford, Alexander Nunez, Daniela Barbosa, Kevin Hanchard and Sherilyn Fenn. Directed by John R. Leonetti. [1:30 - PG-13]

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Dunkirk - 0.6.5

During World War II, allied troops were stranded on the beaches of Dunkirk in the French front awaiting evacuation. German bombers began picking them off and the race to save them began. With Fionn Whitehead, Damien Bonnard, Aneurin Barnard, Lee Armstrong, James Bloor, Barry Keoghan, Mark Rylance, Tom Glynn-Carney, Tom Hardy and Jack Lowden. Directed by Christopher Nolan. [1:46 - PG-13]

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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets - 4.5.3

Sci-Fi film set in the 28th century about two agents of the Ministry of Defense (Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne) that embark on an assignment, which involves a mystery that unless they can solve may doom the City of a Thousand Planets. Also with Clive Owen, Rihanna, Ethan Hawke, Herbie Hancock, Kris Wu and Sam Spruell. Directed by Luc Besson. [2:17 - PG-13]

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The Big Sick - 4.4.10

A Pakistani-American comedian (Kumail Ninjiani) is torn between the traditions of his Muslim parents (Anupam Kher and Zenobia Shroff) and finding a marriage partner. After losing his true love (Zoe Kazan), he learns that she is in a medical coma and his odyssey begins. Also with Adeel Akhtar, Ray Romano, Holly Hunter Bo Burnham, Kurt Braunohler and Aidy Bryant. Directed by Michael Showalter. [1:55 - R]

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Girls Trip - 8.5.10

Four forty-something friends (Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall, Queen Latifah and Tiffany Haddish) travel to the NOLA Essence Music Festival to celebrate their friendship, with unexpected results. Also with Larenz Tate, Mike Colter, Kofi Siriboe and Kate Walsh. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee. [2:00 - R]

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A Ghost Story - 3.4.5

After dying, a man (Casey Affleck) returns to his home as a white sheeted ghost and he watches his wife (Rooney Mara) deal with her grief as he longs to somehow reach her. Unable to do so, he spots another ghost in a sheet in a neighboring house. Also with McColm Cephas Jr. and Kenneisha Thompson. Directed by David Lowery. [1:32 - R]

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Spider-Man: Homecoming - 3.6.4

Having worked with a team of superheroes, teen Spider-Man (Tom Holland) goes to live with his aunt (Marisa Tomei). With help from a mentor (Robert Downey, Jr.), the teen develops his superhero identity, and soon gets the chance to use his powers to their fullest against an arch-villain (Michael Keaton). Also with Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Donald Glover and Tyne Daly. Directed by Jon Watts. Two lines of dialogue are spoken in Italian with subtitles. [2:13 - PG-13]

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The House - 6.7.10

A middle class couple (Will Farrell and Amy Poehler) loses a scholarship and cannot afford their daughter's college education. Hence, they join a neighbor (Jason Mantzoukas) in his underground casino operation and money piles high, but so do problems with a nosy policeman, a corrupt city council and feuding neighbors. Also with Nick Kroll, Jeremy Renner, Ryan Simpkins, Allison Tolman and Michaela Watkins. Directed by Andrew Jay Cohen. [1:28 - R]

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War for the Planet of the Apes - 1.6.2

In this third installment of the "Planet of the Apes" reboot, the chimpanzee leader (voiced by Andy Serkis) and his troop are in a war against humans led by a maniacal rogue colonel (Woody Harrelson). As apes die off, the fight is joined by a second army of humans, but acts of nature join the fray as well to determine the fate of Earth. Also with Amiah Miller and the voices of Steve Zahn, Karin Konoval, Terry Notary and Judy Greer. Directed by Matt Reeves. Several apes and a young girl use sign language and grunts that are accompanied by English subtitles. [2:22 - PG-13]

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Baby Driver - 4.7.10

A man (Ansel Egort) with tinnitus from a childhood accident has to constantly listen to music to distract himself and this peculiar routine helps him become an expert getaway driver for a sophisticated robbery ringleader (Kevin Spacey). When the driver falls in love with a waitress (Lily James), he wants to start a new life, but his boss won't let him. Also with Eiza González, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx and Jon Bernthal. Directed by Edgar Wright. [1:53 - R]

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Despicable Me 3 - 2.3.1

Fired from the Anti-Villain League, a former villain (voiced by Steve Carrell) discovers he has a more successful twin brother (also voiced by Steve Carrell). The problem arises when the brother asks his sibling to join him in a new life of crime. Also with the voices of Kristen Wiig, Trey Parker, Miranda Cosgrove, Dana Gaier and Nev Scharrel. Directed by Pierre Coffin & Kyle Balda. [1:31 - PG]

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Rough Night - 7.6.9

A bride-to-be (Scarlett Johansson) and her friends (Jillian Bell, Zoë Kravitz, Ilana Glazer and Kate McKinnon) have a bachelorette party in Miami and they accidentally kill a male stripper. They then carry the corpse around all night, trying to avoid being arrested. Also with Demi Moore, Ty Burrell, Colton Haynes, Paul W. Downs, Tyan Cooper, Dean Winters and Bob the Drag Queen. Directed by Lucia Amniello. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish without subtitles, an educational DVD in Spanish is played with translations given and a line of dialogue is spoken in French without subtitles or translation. [1:40 - R]

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47 Meters Down - 2.6.5

Two adventurous sisters (Mandy Moore and Clair Holt) vacation in Mexico and plan to swim with sharks. Diving underwater in a steel shark cage, they face great whites in safety but when their cage breaks away from their boat, they plunge further into the deep, their oxygen runs low, and they become desperate for help. Also with Chris J. Johnson, Yani Gellman, Santiago Segura and Matthew Modine. Directed by Johannes Roberts. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish and are not translated. [1:29 - PG-13]

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Cars 3 - 0.2.1

Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) is back but faces a new generation of competitors that he fears he will never be able to beat. Hence, he resorts to some old-school training with the help of his friends. Also with the voices of Cristela Alonzo, Chris Cooper, Nathan Fillion, Larry the Cable Guy, Armie Hammer, Ray Magliozzi, Tony Shalhoub, Bonnie Hunt, Lea DeLaria, Kerry Washington and Bob Costas. Directed by Brian Fee. [1:49 - G]

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The Beguiled - 6.6.2

It's 1864 and a preteen girl takes an injured Union soldier (Colin Farrell) to her Southern all-female boarding school. As sexual tensions rise, girls and two women offer him companionship as they belittle one another and tempers flare. Also with Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning, Oona Laurence and Angourie Rice. Directed by Sofia Coppola. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in French with no subtitles or English translations. [1:34 - R]

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Transformers: The Last Knight - 2.6.4

In this fourth sequel evil Transformers battle humans and autobots to conquer the Earth. To save Earth a mechanic (Mark Wahlberg), a little girl (Isabela Moner), and a professor (Laura Haddock) ally with autobots and a mysterious old man (Anthony Hopkins) to apply the secrets of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table to their situation. Also with Josh Duhamel, Stanley Tucci and the voices of John Goodman, Ken Watanabe, Omar Sy and Peter Cullen. Directed by Michael Bay. A few phrases are spoken in French and an alien language without subtitles. [2:28 - PG-13]

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All Eyez on Me - 7.7.10

Biopic that follows the life and career of the late Tupac Shakur -- rapper, poet, actor and social activist (Demetrius Shipp Jr.) from his childhood in Harlem to fame to his murder in 1996. Also with Kat Graham, Lauren Cohan, Hill Harper, Kadida Jones and Danai Gurira. Directed by Benny Boom. [2:20 - R]

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Rough Night - 7.6.9

A bride-to-be (Scarlett Johansson) and her friends (Jillian Bell, Zoë Kravitz, Ilana Glazer and Kate McKinnon) have a bachelorette party in Miami and they accidentally kill a male stripper. They then carry the corpse around all night, trying to avoid being arrested. Also with Demi Moore, Ty Burrell, Colton Haynes, Paul W. Downs, Tyan Cooper, Dean Winters and Bob the Drag Queen. Directed by Lucia Amniello. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish without subtitles, an educational DVD in Spanish is played with translations given and a line of dialogue is spoken in French without subtitles or translation. [1:40 - R]

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47 Meters Down - 2.6.5

Two adventurous sisters (Mandy Moore and Clair Holt) vacation in Mexico and plan to swim with sharks. Diving underwater in a steel shark cage, they face great whites in safety but when their cage breaks away from their boat, they plunge further into the deep, their oxygen runs low, and they become desperate for help. Also with Chris J. Johnson, Yani Gellman, Santiago Segura and Matthew Modine. Directed by Johannes Roberts. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish and are not translated. [1:29 - PG-13]

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Cars 3 - 0.2.1

Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) is back but faces a new generation of competitors that he fears he will never be able to beat. Hence, he resorts to some old-school training with the help of his friends. Also with the voices of Cristela Alonzo, Chris Cooper, Nathan Fillion, Larry the Cable Guy, Armie Hammer, Ray Magliozzi, Tony Shalhoub, Bonnie Hunt, Lea DeLaria, Kerry Washington and Bob Costas. Directed by Brian Fee. [1:49 - G]

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Megan Leavey - 3.5.5

Based on a true story: A socially awkward USMC corporal (Kate Mara) trains a military combat dog that is too aggressive for anyone else to handle. She and the dog succeed in over 100 missions in Iraq, but when an IED explodes, their injuries and a separation put them both in jeopardy. Also with Bradley Whitford, Ramon Rodriguez, Tom Felton, Common, Edie Falco and Will Patton. Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. [1:56 - PG-13]

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The Mummy - 3.7.3

In this franchise reboot an ancient Egyptian princess (Sofia Boutella) awakens from a prison crypt far beneath the desert, bent on revenge for her murder and usurpation of her throne. Transported to America, she encounters a military officer (Tom Cruise) and a scientist (Annabelle Wallis). Also with Russell Crowe, Jake Johnson and Courtney B. Vance. Directed by Alex Kurtzman. Several lines of dialogue are in ancient Egyptian with English subtitles. [1:50 - PG-13]

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My Cousin Rachel - 6.3.5

A man (Sam Claflin) seeks revenge after the death of his beloved guardian and believes that the woman (Rachel Weisz) his uncle fell in love with was responsible for his death. However, in the process of determining the truth, he falls in love with her himself. Adapted from Daphne du Maurier's novel. Also with Iain Glen, Holliday Grainger, Poppy Lee Friar, Andrew Knott, Andrew Havill, Vicki Pepperdine and Katherine Pearce. Directed by Roger Michell. [1:46 - PG-13]

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Paris Can Wait - 2.2.3

A married woman (Diane Lane) is left in Cannes by her husband (Alec Baldwin) when he must solve a crisis on a film set in Budapest. The man's business associate takes it upon himself to drive the woman to Paris, but is not much for a straight through drive and instead he stops frequently to share some of the most beautiful scenery, food and experiences that France has to offer. Also with Arnaud Viard, Linda Gegusch and Élodie Navarre. Directed by Eleanor Coppola. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in French with no subtitles. [1:32 - PG]

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It Comes at Night - 4.6.6

During a presumably post-apocalyptic era, a family struggles to survive an epidemic and are afraid inviting a young family into their isolated, protected home. Also with Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, Riley Keough, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Griffin Robert Faulkner, David Pendleton and Mikey. Directed by Trey Edward Shults. [1:37 - R]

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Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie - 2.3.2

Animated feature based on the popular children's book series: Two boys (with the voices of Kevin Hart and Thomas Middleditch) are threatened with separation when their angry principal (voiced by Ed Helms) figures that it would be the best way to stop their pranks and destroy their friendship. Also with the voices of Nick Kroll, Jordan Peele and Kristen Schaal. Directed by David Soren. [1:29 - PG]

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Wonder Woman - 4.6.1

Set during WWI: Raised on a secret island to be a warrior, the princess of the Amazons Diana (Gal Gadot) meets an American pilot (Chris Pine) who tells her about the raging worldwide conflict. She then feels compelled to try and stop the war with the help of her sword, shield and magic lasso. Also with Connie Nielsen, Robin Wright, Danny Huston, David Thewlis, Saïd Taghmaoui, Ewen Bremner, Eugene Brave Rock, Lucy Davis, Elena Anaya and Lilly Aspell. Directed by Patty Jenkins. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in several languages with either English subtitles or translation. [2:21 - PG-13]

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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales - 4.7.3

A ghost pirate ship pursues Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) destroying any ship in its path, while he searches out the Trident of Poseidon, which is said to bestow the owner with control of the seas. Also with Javier Bardem, Geoffrey Rush, Brenton Thwaites, Keira Knightley, Orlando Bloom, Paul McCartney and Kaya Scodelario. Directed by Joachim Rønning & Espen Sandberg. [2:09 - PG-13]

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Baywatch - 7.7.10

The lieutenant of the bay watch patrol (Dwayne Johnson) is hindered by funding cuts, a brash recruit (Zac Efron), and city corruption as he and his team of lifeguards struggle to keep beach visitors safe from riptides, sharks, venomous sea creatures and illegal drugs. Also with Priyanka Chopra, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach, Ilfenesh Hadera and Jon Bash. Directed by Seth Gordon. A few lines of dialogue are in Spanish and beach slang with English subtitles. [1:59 - R]

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul - 2.3.1

A road trip to visit grandma on her 90th birthday does not prove popular with all family members, especially since all electronic devices are confiscated by the mom (Alicia Silverstone) in an attempt to spend a little time unplugged. Several mishaps and complications ensue. Also with Jason Drucker, , Tom Everett Scott, Charlie Wright, Owen Asztalos, Dylan Walters and Wyatt Walters. Directed by David Bowers. A couple of lines of dialogue are in Spanish with English subtitles. [1:31 - PG]

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Alien: Covenant - 5.9.8

In this second prequel, a team of spacefaring married couples discovers the lethal alien species on an Earth-like planet. With the help of two androids (Michael Fassbender), the team leader (Katherine Waterston) pursues a battle against the creatures and also discovers a saboteur. Also with Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, Damian Bichir, Carmen Ejogo, Jesse Smollett and Callie Hernandez. Directed by Ridley Scott. [2:03 - R]

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Everything, Everything - 5.3.3

A teenage girl (Amandla Stenberg) has spent her whole life in her home and away from anything that could make her sick and potentially kill her by overtaxing her fragile immune system. Although longing to go outside, she is content until a new neighbor (Nick Robinson) inspires her to want to experience everything that she has been missing. Also with Anika Noni Rose, Ana de la Reguera, Taylor Hickson, Danube Hermosillo and Sage Brocklebank. Directed by Stella Meghie. [1:36 - PG-13]

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The Lovers - 7.3.6

An aging suburban couple (Deborah Winger and Tracy Letts) in a decades-old marriage have extramarital affairs and plan to divorce. Then they suddenly fall in love again, with each other. Also with Aiden Gillen, Melora Walters, Tyler Ross and Jessica Sula. Directed by Azazel Jacobs. [1:34 - R]

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Snatched - 8.5.8

An impulsive (Amy Schumer) is dumped by her boyfriend the night before the start of their South American vacation and she convinces her overprotective mother (Goldie Hawn) to go with her instead. However, the bickering duo is caught in chaos instead of exotic attractions. Also with Joan Cusack, Christopher Meloni, Ike Barinholtz, Óscar Jaenada and Wanda Sykes. Directed by Jonathan Levine. Several lines of dialogue in Spanish and one phrase in Klingon are not translated. [1:37 - R]

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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword - 3.7.5

A retelling of the old English legend: Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) is raised in a brothel after his father, the king, is murdered by his uncle (Jude Law) and is unaware of his royal bloodline. When he is the only young man able to free the mystical sword left in a stone by his father he must decide whether to accept his new role. Also with Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Djimon Hounsou, Eric Bana, Aidan Gillen, Freddie Fox, Craig McGinlay, Tom Wu, Kingsley Ben-Adir, Neil Maskell, Annabelle Wallis and Bleu Landau. Directed by Guy Ritchie. [2:06 - PG-13]

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Norman - 2.4.5

A Jewish promoter (Richard Gere) befriends a rising Israeli politician (Lior Ashkenazi) by giving him a pair of impressively expensive shoes. When the man later becomes the Israeli prime minister, the American gains influence in the New York Jewish community, but cannot keep up with their demands. Also with Michael Sheen, Dan Stevens, Steve Buscemi, Hank Azaria, Josh Charles and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Directed by Joseph Cedar. Several lines of dialogue are in Hebrew with English subtitles and a few lines are in Hebrew or Yiddish without translation. [1:58 - R]

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 - 3.6.4

After saving the universe in their first outing, the Guardians are hired to tackle a space monster, while continuing their quest to discover who Peter's (Chris Pratt) father really is. Also with Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, the voice of Vin Diesel, the voice of Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff, Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell. Directed by James Gunn. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Groot with translation by others. [2:16 - PG-13]

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How to Be a Latin Lover - 5.3.4

After 25 years of marriage a man (Eugenio Derbez) finds himself both single and without an income. He convinces his estranged sister (Salma Hayek) to take him in while he looks for a new wealthy wife. Also with Rob Lowe, Kristen Bell, Raphael Alejandro, Michael Cera, Rob Corddry, Mckenna Grace, Rob Huebel, Rob Riggle, Raquel Welch and Linda Lavin. Directed by Ken Marino. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish with English subtitles. [1:55 - PG-13]

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The Circle - 4.3.5

An eager new employee (Emma Watson) becomes a customer experience representative for the world's largest social media firm, The Circle. The company's founder (Tom Hanks) encourages her to participate in cutting edge research that increases her enthusiasm, but as the experiment evolves, she begins to see that all her decisions affect everyone she knows, destroying privacy and freedom. Also with John Boyega, Glenne Headly, Bill Paxton, Karen Gillan and Patton Oswalt. Directed by James Ponsoldt. Several short text messages in several languages are shown without translations. [1:50 - PG-13]

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Unforgettable - 7.7.5

A man and a woman (Geoff Stults and Rosario Dawson) start a new life together and all is well until his former wife (Katherine Heigl) decides she can't let go of her life with him. Also with Cheryl Ladd, Whitney Cummings, Robert Wisdom, Simon Kassianides and Isabella Kai Rice. Directed by Denise Di Novi. [1:40 - R]

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The Promise - 4.7.3

Based on real events from the 1915 Armenian Genocide: A medical student (Oscar Isaac) falls in love with a dancer (Charlotte Le Bon), who's dating an American reporter (Christian Bale) who is investigating the Ottoman persecution of Armenians. As the genocide begins, the members of the love triangle decide to fight together for the Armenian resistance. Also with Daniel Giménez Cacho, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Rade Šerbedžija. Directed by Terry George. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in German with no translation, and a few additional lines are spoken in Armenian, a Turkish dialect, and French with English subtitles. [2:14 - PG-13

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Phoenix Forgotten - 1.4.4

According to the plot, on the night of March 13, 1997 unknown lights in a V-pattern moved across Phoenix skies near a military base and three teens (Chelsea Lopez, Florence Hartigan and Luke Spencer Roberts) drove into the desert with a video camera to document the incident. The teens disappeared and 20 years later new evidence begins a new investigation. Also with Justin Matthews, Clint Jordan and Cyd Strittmatter. Directed by Justin Barber. [1:30 - PG-13]

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Free Fire - 3.8.10

In 1970s Boston, a black-market arms deal between the IRA and South Africans goes haywire and the result is an interminable shootout in an abandoned warehouse; the arms broker (Brie Larson) responsible for setting up the deal and her sidekick (Armie Hammer) attempt to survive the ordeal by using their arsenal of weapons. Also with Cillian Murphy, Sharlto Copley, Michael Smiley, Enzo Cilenti, Noah Taylor, Jack Reynor and Babou Ceesay. Directed by Ben Wheatley. [1:30 - R]

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Gifted - 3.3.5

After his sister's death, a man (Chris Evans) takes custody of her young daughter (Mckenna Grace) who appears to be gifted in math. Once discovered, the man's estranged mother (Lindsay Duncan) decides that she knows what's best for the child and sues her son for custody. Also with Jenny Slate, Octavia Spencer, Michael Kendall Kaplan and Glenn Plummer. Directed by Marc Webb. [1:41 - PG-13]

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The Fate of the Furious - 4.6.5

The team from the first 7 installments returns to battle cyber terror and are tested to their limits when they find themselves in a battle against one of their own. With Vin Diesel, Jason Statham, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Charlize Theron, Kurt Russell, Nathalie Emmanuel, Luke Evans, Elsa Pataky, Kristofer Hivju and Scott Eastwood. A few lines of dialogue are in Spanish and Russian with English subtitles. Directed by F. Gary Gray. [2:16 - PG-13]

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The Case for Christ - 1.3.2

An investigative reporter and atheist (Mike Vogel) sets out to use journalistic and legal methods to disprove the existence of Jesus Christ. Tensions rise as his wife (Erica Christensen) becomes a believer, and after exhausting his methods, the reporter may have to accept her belief. Also with Faye Dunaway, Frankie Faison and Robert Forster. Directed by Jon Gunn. [1:52 - PG]

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Going In Style - 3.3.5

Remake of the George Burns 1979 comedy: Three retired men (Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin) lose their pensions when the company they worked for dissolves the fund and moves production to another country. Unable to make ends meet on their meager government checks, they decide to take matters into their own hands and rob a bank. Also with Ann-Margret, Joey King, Christopher Lloyd, Peter Serafinowicz, Matt Dillon and Kenan Thompson. Directed by Zach Braff. [1:36 - PG-13]

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Smurfs: The Lost Village - 1.3.1

An evil wizard (voiced by Rainn Wilson) uses Smurfette (voiced by Demi Lovato) to lead him to the Lost Village, where he can capture Smurfs and villagers to extract their special power for his own use. He is surprised by magical creatures and unexpected resistance when Smurfs unite against him. Also with the voices of Danny Pudi, Joe Manganiell, Jack McBrayer, Michelle Rodriguez, Mandy Patinkin and Julia Roberts. Directed by Kelly Asbury. [1:30 - PG]

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Ghost in the Shell - 4.7.4

In the near future a woman (Scarlett Johansson) awakens in a laboratory to find herself in a cybernetic body she cannot feel, and also devoid of memories. Trained and put into service as an anti-terror specialist, she searches for the truth about her past. Also with Pilou Asbaek, "Beat" Takeshi Kitano, Michael Carmen Pitt, Juliette Binoche, Chin Han, Danusia Samal, Peter Ferdinando, Kaori Momoi, Anamaria Marinca, Daniel Henshall, Lasarus Ratuere and Yutaka Izumihara. Directed by Rupert Sanders. Several lines of dialogue are in Japanese with English subtitles. [1:46 - PG-13]

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The Boss Baby - 1.3.1

Baby Corp sends a secret-agent baby (voiced by Alec Baldwin) to investigate Puppy Corp in order to stop its dogs from stealing love from infants and thereby save the baby business. Placed with parents (voiced by Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow), the little agent works reluctantly with their young son (voiced by Miles Bakshi) to solve the problem. Also with the voices of Steve Buscemi and Tobey Maguire. Directed by Tom McGrath. Several Elvis impersonators mumble gibberish accompanied by English subtitles. [1:37 - PG]

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The Zookeeper's Wife - 6.6.1

Set in the period between 1939 and '45 and based on a true story about the keepers of the Warsaw, Poland zoo and their efforts to save hundreds of Jews from the invading Nazis. With Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh, Daniel Brühl, Timothy Radford, Efrat Dor, Iddo Goldberg, Shira Haas, Michael McElhatton and Val Maloku. Directed by Niki Caro. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in German and Hebrew with no translation. [2:04 - PG-13]

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CHIPS - 8.7.10

Based on the TV series: A rookie highway patrolman (Dax Shepard) is partnered with an undercover FBI agent (Michael Peña) and together they investigate a string of robberies and potentially dirty cops. Also with Jessica McNamee, Adam Brody, Ryan Hansen, Kristen Bell, Jamie Bock, Justin Chatwin, Cameron Cruz, Clay Cullen and Vincent D'Onofrio. Directed by Dax Shepard. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish with English subtitles. [1:40 - R]

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Life - 1.7.7

Six astronauts on a space station discover a nascent Martian lifeform that may endanger humans. Led by the science officer (Ryan Reynolds) and the medical officer (Jake Gyllenhaal), the dwindling station crew must find a way to keep the alien from invading Earth. Also with Rebecca Ferguson, Hiroyuki Sanada, Olga Dihovichnaya and Ariyon Bakare. Directed by Daniel Espinosa. [1:43 - R]

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Power Rangers - 2.5.4

Based on the TV franchise: When five teenagers find glowing coins in a gold mine, they are imbued with superpowers and begin to understand that they now have the responsibility of saving the planet from an evil entity. With Dacre Montgomery, Naomi Scott, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Becky G., Elizabeth Banks, Bryan Cranston and Bill Hader. Directed by Dean Israelite. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in an alien language with English subtitles and a few are spoken in Chinese with English subtitles. [2:04 - PG-13]

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Wilson - 6.4.10

A lonely man's (Woody Harrelson) father dies and he is left with no family and no real friends. When he re-connects with his ex-wife, he learns that he has a teenage daughter and he tries to get to know her, with life-changing consequences. Also with Laura Dern, Judy Greer, Cheryl Hines and Isabella Amara. Directed by Craig Johnson. [1:34 - R]

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The Belko Experiment - 2.10.10

One day at a Bogota office, 80 employees led by three individuals (John Gallagher Jr., Tony Goldwyn and Adria Arjona) are forced into a social experiment: Trapped inside their high-rise, they are ordered by a voice over the intercom to murder two co-workers within 30 minutes or die themselves. Also with John C. McGinley, Melonie Diaz, Josh Brener and Michael Rooker. Directed by Greg McClean. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish without translation. [1:28 - R]

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Beauty and the Beast - 2.4.1

Live action remake of the 1991 Disney animated feature: A small French village is home to a bookish, kind and unusual girl (Emma Watson) and her inventor father (Kevin Kline), who encounters a nobleman (Dan Stevens) that has been cursed to spend his life looking gruesome unless someone falls in love with him. Also with Luke Evans, Josh Gad, Hattie Morahan, Ewan McGregor, Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Nathan Mack, Audra McDonald, Stanley Tucci and Gugu Mbatha-Raw. Directed by Bill Condon. [2:09 - PG]

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T2 Trainspotting - 9.6.10

Sequel to the 1996 black comedy about drugs: A man (Ewan McGregor) returns home to Scotland after 20 years abroad to reunite with old friends, whose lives have been challenging with addiction and money problems. Also with Robert Carlyle, Steven Robertson, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller and Shirley Henderson. Directed by Danny Boyle. [1:57 - R]

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Land of Mine - 2.8.5

Set in 1945 at the end of the German occupation of Denmark: A Danish Sergeant (Roland Møller) is tasked with leading a group of German POWs with finding and defusing mines buried along the Danish coast. The situation becomes more complicated since most of the POWs are teenage boys. Also with Louis Hofmann, Joel Basman, Mikkel Boe Følsgaard, Laura Bro, Zoe Zandvliet, Mads Riisom, Oskar Bökelmann, Emil Belton, Oskar Belton, Leon Seidel, Karl Alexander Seidel, Maximilian Beck, August Carter and Tim Bülow. Directed by Martin Zandvliet. [1:40 - R]

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Kong: Skull Island - 2.7.5

Set in 1973 as the Vietnam War comes to a close: a group of scientists accompanied by a military security force travels to a never-before mapped island surrounded by electrical storms and magnetic interference. The giant animals they find when they arrive have them running for their lives. With Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John C. Reilly, John Goodman, Corey Hawkins, John Ortiz, Tian Jing and Toby Kebbell. Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts. [2:00 - PG-13]

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The Ottoman Lieutenant - 6.7.1

In 1915 an American nurse (Hera Hilmar) travels to eastern Turkey to volunteer at a hospital. She falls in love with her escort (Michiel Huisman), a Turkish army officer, while a doctor at the hospital (Josh Hartnett) falls in love with her and WWI is soon upon them. Also with Ben Kingsley, Haluk Bilginer, Affif Ben Badra, Paul Barrett and Jessica Turner. Directed by Joseph Ruben. [1:46 - R]

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Before I Fall - 5.4.5

After dying, a young woman (Zoey Deutch) relives her last day repeatedly. Not clear about what is happening, she eventually figures out what she must do to be freed from this unending loop. Also with Halston Sage, Kian Lawley, Elena Kampouris, Cynthy Wu, Medalion Rahimi, Erica Tremblay and Liv Hewson. Directed by Ry Russo-Young. [1:39 - PG-13]

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The Shack - 1.5.1

After his young daughter is murdered, a man (Sam Worthington) becomes depressed and questions his faith. A strange letter without postage arrives, urging him to return to the shack where the murder happened. He arrives at the shack and steps through a door to a supernatural realm. Also with Octavia Spencer, Graham Greene, Radha Mitchell, Aviv Alush, Sumire Matsubara and Alice Braga. Directed by Stuart Hazeldine. [2:12 - PG-13]

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Logan - 5.8.10

In 2029 the Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is in exile, but finds a young girl (Dafne Keen) whose powers seem to match his. He must protect her, as well as his mentor (Patrick Stewart) from the nefarious plans of criminals from the X-Men's past. Also with Stephan Merchant, Richard E. Grant, Boyd Holbrook and Elizabeth Rodriguez. Directed by James Mangold. Many lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish without translation. [2:21 - R]

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Table 19 - 5.2.5

When a woman's (Anna Kendrick) boyfriend of 2 years (Wyatt Russell) breaks up with her, she is taken out of the bridal party of her oldest friend. Now she has to try to make the best of the situation, while seeing her ex with another woman and being seated with the undesirable invitees at table 19. Also with Stephen Merchant, Amanda Crew, Lisa Kudrow, Maria Thayer, Craig Robinson, Tony Revolori, June Squibb and Thomas Cocquerel. Directed by Jeffrey Blitz. [1:27 - PG-13]

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Rock Dog - 1.3.1

A Tibetan mastiff dog (voiced by Luke Wilson) goes against his father's (voiced by J.K. Simmons) wishes and travels to the big city to become a Rock 'N' Roll musician and meet a famous rocker (voiced by Eddie Izzard). Also with the voices of Lewis Black, Kenan Thompson, Mae Whitman, Jorge Garcia, Matt Damon and Sam Elliot. Directed by Ash Brannon. [1:20 - PG]

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Collide - 5.6.5

When his girlfriend (Felicity Jones) cannot afford an organ transplant in Germany, a man (Nicholas Hoult) plans a cocaine heist for cash, but runs afoul of an eccentric drug lord (Anthony Hopkins). Also with Marwan Kenzari and Ben Kingsley. Directed by Eran Creevy. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in German with English subtitles. [1:39 - PG-13]

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The Red Turtle - 3.3.0

This animated adventure tells the story of a man marooned on an isolated island and how after a large red turtle transforms into a woman, they fall in love and start a family. Directed by Michael Dudok de Wit. There is no real dialogue in the film, only exclamations. [1:20 - PG]

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Get Out - 3.8.9

A young African-American man (Daniel Kaluuya) travels to the home of his white girlfriend's (Allison Williams) family and becomes increasingly wary of the behavior of all the people around him. Also with LilRel Howery, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, Marcus Henderson, Betty Gabriel, Lakeith Stanfield and Stephen Root. Directed by Jordan Peele. [1:43 - R]

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A United Kingdom - 3.3.2

Based on a true story from 1947: an African prince (David Oyelowo) struggles to move his people away from the rule of monarchs and toward democracy while also fighting the British and their control over his marriage to a white woman (Rosamund Pike). Also with Jack Davenport, Tom Felton, Laura Carmichael, Terry Pheto and Jessica Oyelowo. Directed by Amma Asante. Several lines of dialogue are spoken in Setswana with English subtitles. [1:51 - PG-13]

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