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Movies in theaters, 3/31/17


OPENING FRIDAY

“Boss Baby”

Grade: C. Review page 24

“The Zookeeper’s Wife”

Grade: B. Review page 26

NOT REVIEWED

“Ghost in the Shell”: PG-13. 106 minutes. Scarlett Johansson plays a human cyber-enhanced after a crash to be a perfect soldier tasked with stopping criminals. Alamo Lakeline, Alamo Mueller, Alamo Slaughter, Alamo South, Alamo Village, Barton Creek, Cedar Park, City Lights, Evo, Flix, Galaxy, Gateway, Hill Country, Metropolitan, Moviehouse, Round Rock, Southpark, Stone Hill, Tinseltown, Violet Crown, Westgate. 3-D: Alamo Lakeline, Alamo Mueller, Alamo Slaughter, Alamo Village, Barton Creek, Cedar Park, City Lights, Evo, Galaxy, Gateway, Hill Country, Metropolitan, Round Rock, Southpark, Stone Hill, Tinseltown, Westgate. Imax: Barton Creek, Bullock Museum, Gateway.

“My Scientology Movie”: Not rated. 99 minutes. Louis Theroux documents his investigation of the Church of Scientology. Violet Crown.

NOW PLAYING

“Arrival.” A-. PG-13. 116 minutes. In this science fiction film, Amy Adams plays a linguist who is dispatched to the site of an alien spaceship and charged with trying to communicate with the otherwordly visitors. Lake Creek.

“Beauty and the Beast.” C+. PG. 129 minutes. Emma Watson stars in this live action retelling of Disney’s classic tale about a monstrous prince and a young woman who fall in love. Alamo Lakeline. Alamo Mueller. Alamo South. Alamo Slaughter. Alamo Village. Barton Creek. Bullock Museum IMAX. Cedar Park. Evo. Flix. Galaxy. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Moviehouse. Round Rock. Southpark. Stone Hill. Tinseltown. Violet Crown. Westgate.

“Chips.” R. 100 minutes. A former pro motorbiker with no law enforcement experience and a cocky undercover federal agent become a team on the California Highway Patrol in this comedy. Alamo Lakeline. Barton Creek. Evo. Flix. Galaxy. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Moviehouse. Round Rock. Southpark. Stone Hill. Tinseltown. Westgate.

“Get Out.” A-. R. 103 minutes. In this horror film with a serious message, a young man discovers a dark secret upon meeting his girlfriend’s parents for the first time. Alamo Lakeline. Alamo Mueller. Alamo Slaughter. Alamo South. Alamo Village. Barton Creek. Evo. Galaxy. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Round Rock. Southpark. Tinseltown. Westgate.

“Hidden Figures.” A-. PG. 127 minutes. Three brilliant African-American women who served as the brains of one of the greatest operations in history, are at the heart of this untold true story of NASA. Gateway.

“John Wick: Chapter 2.” B-. R. 122 minutes. Infamous hitman John Wick is forced back out of retirement by a former associate who aims to gain control of an underground assassins’ guild. Round Rock. Southpark.

“Kong: Skull Island.” B-. PG-13. 120 minutes. This revival of a familar story centers on the origins of King Kong. Alamo Lakeline. Barton Creek. Cedar Park. Evo. Flix. Galaxy. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Moviehouse. Round Rock. Southpark. Stone Hill. Tinseltown. Westgate. 3D: Metropolitan.

“The Last Word.” C-. R. 108 minutes. An aging woman sets out to reshape the way she is remembered after asking a young journalist to help her write her life story. Arbor.

“The Lego Batman Movie.” B+. PG. 104 minutes. With the irreverence of “The Lego Movie,” the self-described leading man of that ensemble stars in his own big-screen show. Gateway. Hill Country. Round Rock.

“Life.” C-. R. 103 minutes. A team of scientists at the International Space Station discover a rapidly evolving life form that threatens the crew and all life on Earth. Alamo Lakeline. Alamo Ritz. Alamo Slaughter. Barton Creek. Cedar Park. Evo. Flix. Galaxy. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Moviehouse. Round Rock. Southpark. Stone Hill. Tinseltown. Westgate.

“Lion.” PG-13. 121 minutes. An Indian boy takes the wrong train thousands of miles away from his family and is eventually adopted by an Australian couple. Arbor.

“Logan.” B+. R. 137 minutes. The satisfying conclusion to Wolverine’s storyline has the mutant caring for an ailing Professor X at a hideout on the Mexican border when a young mutant arrives and upends his attempt to disappear from the world. Alamo Lakeline. Alamo Mueller. Alamo Slaughter. Alamo South. Alamo Village. Barton Creek. Evo. Flix. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Moviehouse. Round Rock. Southpark. Stone Hill. Tinseltown. Westgate.

“Moana.” B. PG. 113 minutes. Disney’s latest animated film is set in the islands of the South Pacific, where Moana searches for a hulking demigod named Maui. Lake Creek. Movies 8.

“Monster Trucks.” D+. PG. 104 minutes. Seeking an escape from the life he was born into, high school Tripp builds a monster truck from the parts of scrapped cars. Movies 8.

“Personal Shopper.” B+. R. 105 minutes. A young woman working as a personal shopper for a celebrity in Paris makes spiritual contact with her recently deceased twin brother. Arbor. Violet Crown.

“Power Rangers” C+. PG-13. 124 minutes. A group of five teenagers use their unique superpowers to save the world from an evil witch. Alamo Lakeline. Alamo Mueller. Alamo Slaughter. Barton Creek. Cedar Park. Evo. Flix. Galaxy. Gateway. Hill Country. Metropolitan. Moviehouse. Round Rock. Southpark. Stone Hill. Tinseltown. Westgate.

“Raw.” A-. R. 98 minutes. A vegetarian veterinary student has a violent reaction after she is forced to eat raw meat for the first time. Alamo Lakeline. Alamo South.

“The Shack.” C+. PG-13. 132 minutes. A trio of enigmatic strangers take one man on a life-changing journey after he undergoes a family tragedy. Hill Country. Moviehouse. Round Rock.

“Sing.” B+. PG. 108 minutes. The animated movie colorfully depicts the hopefuls — all animals — participating in a singing contest. Lake Creek. Movies 8.

“Song to Song.” C-. R. 129 minutes. A songwriting couple chasing success in the Austin music scene encounter betrayal and seduction when they meet a music producer and his girlfriend. Alamo South. Arbor. Barton Creek. Violet Crown.

“T2: Trainspotting.” A-. R. 117 minutes. A junkie returns to Edinburgh, reunites with his old pals and plans to open a brothel in this sequel to the popular 90s indie flick. Alamo South. Arbor.

“Wilson.” C. R. 94 minutes. A lonely curmudgeon tries to reunite his family after learning that he has a daughter he has never met. Alamo South. Arbor.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS

“The Marseilles Trilogy: Marius” Directed by Alexander Korda from a script by Marcel Pagnol, this film introduces the three characters whose lives become intertwined in Pagnol’s Marseilles Trilogy as Marius meets the beautiful Fanny and falls in love. 2 p.m. Sunday. $7. Alamo Ritz, 320 E. 6th St. austinfilm.org.

“Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” Local band The Invincible Czars performs a live score to accompany the classic 1920 silent horror film starring John Barrymore about an upstanding doctor who has an evil alter ego. 6 p.m. Sunday. $15. Alamo Ritz, 320 E. Sixth St. drafthouse.com.



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