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El Jeremías (Opened this week)
A child savant searches for his destiny

I'm Not Ashamed (Opened this week)
The story of the first casualty in the Columbine school shooting

In a Valley of Violence (Opened this week)
Ti West takes a break from horror with this Ethan Hawke Western

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (Opened this week)
Tom Cruise isn't having any fun in this boilerplate actioner

Keeping Up With the Joneses (Opened this week)
Silly cul-de-sac action comedy is a knockoff Mr. and Mrs. Smith

Long Way North (Opened this week)
Lovely French-Danish production is an old-fashioned animated movie

Miss Hokusai (Opened this week)
The life of an artist through the eyes of his daughter

Ouija: Origin of Evil (Opened this week)
This horror sequel is vastly superior to its cheesy precursor

Tower (Opened this week)
Austin-made doc re-creates the UT Tower massacre with stunningly powerful immediacy

American Honey
Youths hit the road in this rambling epic

Bad Moms
Women can be comically raunchy and ill-behaved, too

Blair Witch
Stay out of the (noisy) woods

Deepwater Horizon
Mark Wahlberg stars in this throwback to Seventies disaster films

Holocaust courtroom drama parallels contemporary issues

A most dangerous game in the desert

Don't Breathe
Home-invasion thriller is more methodical than innovative

Finding Dory
If only Dory had ruby slippers, she could click her heels and be home

Controversy aside, this reboot fails to hit the mark

Hell or High Water
Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine, and Ben Foster shine in West Texas crime film

Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Kiwi comedy offers a wealth of belly laughs

Jason Bourne
The former CIA op resurfaces in a new era of electronic surveillance

Kevin Hart: What Now?
Comic plays to record crowd in Philadelphia

Kubo and the Two Strings
Sublime animated movie is disguised as kids' fare

La Leyenda del Chupacabras
Dark animated tale may be too frightening for children

Heist comedy stars Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, and Kristin Wiig

Max Steel
A teen and an alien join forces in this superhero movie

Mechanic: Resurrection
Jason Statham returns as the beleaguered assassin

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
Animation and reality collide in this paean to pubescence

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Tim Burton directs this film adaptation of the creepy kids' favorite

Nine Lives
Kevin Spacey gets trapped inside the body of his family's cat

Queen of Katwe
This Disney film rises above the usual underdog sports cliches

Sausage Party
An animated film for adults from Seth Rogen and friends

Oliver Stone tackles the famous whistleblower

Star Trek Beyond
The Enterprise crew get trapped on a hostile planet

These animated birds never quite achieve liftoff

Suicide Squad
Suicide Squad is done in by its own hand

Eastwood's film tells the story of the "miracle on the Hudson"

The Accountant
Math, mayhem, and murder abound in this somewhat confusing thriller

The Birth of a Nation
Controversial slave uprising epic finally hits theatres

The Dressmaker
Kate Winslet stars in this adaptation of the Australian best-seller

The Girl on the Train
Another girl gone in this tedious adaptation

The Greasy Strangler
It's lewd, crude, and full of grease

The Hollars
Domestic dramedy has flashes of magic

The Light Between Oceans
Gorgeous period melodrama fails to connect

The Magnificent Seven
Revisionist remake stars a diverse rainbow coalition

The Secret Life of Pets
Hollywood has the cure for those dog-day afternoons of summer

Let the Right One In (Special Screening)
This multi-award-winning Swedish film might be summarized as a vampire tween romance, but that cheap and tawdry sum-up does zero justice to the magnificent emotional resonance of this gem.

Mean Girls (Special Screening)
Clique comedy about teen groupthink lacks real bite.

The Babadook (Special Screening)
Tyro helmer Jennifer Kent conjures a disturbing spook story about a mother, a son, and an unnerving presence in their house