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Movie Minis for the week of May 20 | Culture & Leisure



OPENING

“Dream Horse” – (Biography, PG, 113 minutes). The Dream Alliance racehorse was bred by Jan, a small town bartender. Jan thinks Dream can run with the racing elites and tries to convince his neighbor to help pay the price of raising the horse.

“Final Count” – (Documentary, PG-13, 90 minutes). This film raises questions about authority, conformity and national identity through unseen interviews with the living generation of Hitler’s Third Reich.

IN PROGRESS

“The Courier” – (Drama, PG-13, 111 minutes). A spy and his Russian source are working to end the Cuban missile crisis.

“Demon-Slayer the Movie: Mugen Train” – (Animation, R, 117 minutes). Tanjiro Kamado becomes a demon slayer after his family is murdered and his sister turns into a demon.

“Fatima” – (Drama, PG-13, 103 minutes). Church and government officials attempt to convince three young shepherds to resume their story of seeing visions of the Virgin Mary.

“Finding You” – (Drama, PG, 115 minutes). A young violinist meets a movie star on her way to study abroad in Ireland. A romance emerges until the pressure of her fame prevents it.

“French exit” – (Comedy, R, 103 minutes). With her inheritance diminishing, an aging Manhattan socialite moves into a small apartment with her son and cat.

“The Girl Who Believes in Miracles” – (Family, PG, 100 minutes). Fame begins to take its toll on Sara, a young girl who begins to pray after hearing a preacher say that faith can do anything, and mysteriously all the sick in her town are healed.

“Godzilla Vs. Kong” – (Action, PG-13, 113 minutes). Kong, his protectors, and a young orphan set off on a journey to find his true home as they fight Godzilla, who is destroying Earth.

“Here Today” – (Comedy, PG-13, 107 minutes). Billy Crystal plays a seasoned comedy writer who forms an unlikely and humorous relationship with a young New York street singer.

“Limbo” – (Drama, R, 104 minutes). Omar, a young musician, is stranded on a remote Scottish island waiting to hear about his asylum claim after being separated from his Syrian family.

“Mortal Kombat” – (Action, R, 110 minutes). Grade: B, Katie Walsh. An MMA fighter from Earth becomes a contender in an intergalactic ancient martial arts tournament.

“Nobody” – (Action, R, 92 minutes). After a stranger helps a woman harassed by a group of men, he becomes the target of a drug lord.

“Nomadland” – (Drama, R, 108 minutes). After losing everything during the Great Recession, a woman in her sixties decides to travel as a modern nomad across the American West.

“Profile” – (Mystery, R, 105 minutes). A British journalist goes undercover to denounce a terrorist on social networks.

“Raya and the Last Dragon” – (Action, PG, 114 minutes). Raya is a warrior who seeks to find the last dragon of Kumandra, a reimagined Earth inhabited by an ancient civilization.

“Spiral: Saw” – (Horror, R, 93 minutes). Level: D +, Katie Walsh. In this new chapter of the book of “Saw”, a criminal mastermind creates a twisted form of justice.

“Tom & Jerry” – (Comedy, PG, 101 minutes). Jerry moves into a New York hotel during the wedding of the century. Chaos ensues when the event planner hires Tom to get rid of Jerry before the wedding.

“The Unholy” – (Horror, PG-13, 99 minutes). After receiving a visit from the Virgin Mary, a deaf girl can hear, speak and heal the sick. As people come to witness this miracle, horrific events are happening. Everyone wonders if the work was that of the Virgin Mary or something sinister.

“Those who wish me death” – (Action, R, 100 minutes). Grade: B +, Adam Graham. In the haze of a forest fire in the Montana wilderness, a survival expert must protect a teenage murder witness from the assassins.

“Walking with Herb” – (Comedy, PG, 110 minutes). Joe, a 65-year-old former amateur golfer, and motorcyclist Herb embark on a spiritual journey after Joe receives a message from God that he will be God’s personal messenger.

“Wrath of Man” – (Action, R, 108 minutes). H works with a cash truck company and his job is to move hundreds of millions of dollars around Los Angeles. While working, he secretly searches for the people who murdered his son and plans to set traps until his son’s murderers are found.

Editor’s Note: Please contact individual theaters for show times.

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