“Aladdin” (PG, 128 minutes, adventure) Will Smith plays the genie whom Aladdin sets free from his bottle. The wisecracking Genie helps Aladdin (Mena Massoud) go from being a street rat to a charming prince so that he might marry Jasmine (Naomi Scott). But an evil sorcerer, Jafar (Marwan Kenzan), is determined to steal the genie’s bottle for his own purposes. (PC, R, M)

“Anna” (R, 118 minutes, action) Anna Poliatova (Sasha Luss) is a striking beauty and has the strength and skill to become one of the world’s most feared government assassins. The cast includes Helen Mirren, Cillian Murphy and Luke Evans. (PC, R) 


"Avengers: Endgame" (Marvel Studios)

“Avengers: Endgame” (PG-13, 181 minutes, action) This is it, folks, the final Avengers movie — at least that’s what Marvel Studios is claiming. The events set in motion by Thanos, which wiped out half the universe and fractured the ranks of the Avengers, compels those remaining to take one final stand. Starring Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Brie Larson, Don Cheadle and Paul Rudd. (PC, R) 

“Breakthrough” (PG, 116 minutes, drama) When the adopted son of Joyce Smith (Chrissy Metz) falls through an icy Missouri lake, all hope seems lost. But Joyce refuses to give up. Her steadfast belief and continuous prayer for her son’s recovery may just create a miracle. Based on Smith’s own book. (KS) 


'Brightburn" (Screen Gems)

“Brightburn” (R, 90 minutes, horror) Toni and Kyle (Elizabeth Banks and David Denman) have tried and failed to have their own child. When a meteor crash lands on their farm, they discover a newborn inside and decide to raise it as their own. Little Brandon grows up finding it hard to fit in, and when his parents tell him he’s adopted, he discovers his superpowers. But Brandon (Jackson A. Dunn) does not work for good, and the body count keeps rising. (KS) 

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"Captain Marvel" (Marvel Studios)

“Captain Marvel” (PG-13, 128 minutes, action) How does Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) become Captain Marvel? In the 1990s, a galactic war was going on between two alien races. Captain Marvel arrives just when she was needed. (KS)

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"Child's Play" (Orion Pictures)

“Child’s Play” (R, 120 minutes, horror) This is an updated version of 1988’s “Child’s Play.” This time, single mom Karen (Aubrey Plaza) gives her so Andy (Gabriel Bateman) a Buddi doll and doesn’t believe her son when he tells her Buddi is evil. (R, PC, M)

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"Dark Phoenix" (20th Century Fox)

“Dark Phoenix” (PG-13, 113 minutes, action) The X-Men must fight one of their own. During a rescue mission in space, Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her more powerful, but far more unstable. Wrestling with this entity inside her, Jean unleashes her powers in ways she cannot control, threatening to tear the X-Men family apart. (R, PC) 

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"The Dead Don't Die" (Focus features)

“The Dead Don’t Die” (R, 103 minutes, comedy) A Jim Jarmusch hipster zombie movie starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, Chloë Sevigny, Steve Buscemi, Danny Glover, Caleb Landry Jones, Rosie Perez, Iggy Pop, Sara Driver, RZA, Selena Gomez, Carol Kane, Austin Butler, Luka Sabbat and Tom Waits. (PC)

“A Dog’s Journey” (PG, 106 minutes, drama) Bailey (once again voiced by Josh Gad) is back with his family, Ethan and Hannah and their new granddaughter, C.J. When CJ’s mom takes her away, Bailey, whose soul is about to leave him, promises to take care of her in his next life. (KS) 


"Dumbo" (Walt Disney)

“Dumbo” (PG, 112 minutes, drama) Disney’s animated story of the elephant who can fly has been turned into a live action film with Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito and Michael Keaton. (KS) 

“Godzilla: King of the Monsters” (PG-13, 131 minutes, action) Members of a crypto-zoological agency must face off against a barrage of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. When these ancient super-species — thought to be mere myths — rise again, they all vie for supremacy, leaving humanity's very existence hanging in the balance. (PC,R) 

“The Intruder” (PG-13, 102 minutes, thriller) A young married couple (Michael Ealy and Meagan Good) buy their dream house in the Napa Valley. But the former owner (Dennis Quaid) doesn’t want to leave, despite the quick sale. (KS) 

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"John Wick: Chapter 3, Parabellum" (Summit entertainment"

“John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum” (R, 131 minutes, action) Super assassin John Walk (Keanu Reeves) has a $14 million price tag on him. After he kills a member of the international asassins’ guild, the world’s most ruthless assassins are out to get him. (R) 

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'The Karate Kid' (Fathom Events)

“Karate Kid” (PG, 126 minutes, drama ) It’s the 35th anniversary of the original “Karate Kid,” so Fathom Events is bringing it back to theaters. Ralph Macchio is Daniel, who’s just moved to a new town and becomes a victim of the local bullies. He asks Miyagi (Nonyuki “Pat” Morita), the handyman who works at his house, for help. It turns out he’s a martial arts master. (KS)

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"Late Night" (Amazon Studios)

“Late Night” (R 102 minutes, comedy) Legendary late night talk show host Katherine Newbury (Emma Thompson) is having ratings troubles and decides she need a more diverse writing staff. Molly Patel (Mindy Kaling) pushes her way into the job. Despite being separated by generations and culture, the two women are always fighting for a great punchline. Kaling wrote the screenplay. (R, PC) 

“Long Shot” (R, 123 minutes, comedy) Charlize Theron is running for president when she happens to see reporter Josh Rogen, whom she used to babysit many years ago. She hires him to write speeches for her and they fall in love. (KS) 

“Men In Black International” (PG-13, 115 minutes, comedy) Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith have been replaced by Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, who use high-tech weaponry to fight aliens. But this time, the real threat to the Earth is within the organization itself. There’s a mole on the loose. (R, PC, M, NM)


"Pokemon Detective Pikachu" (Warner bros.)

“Pokemon Detective Pikachu” (PG, 104 minutes, comedy) When detective Harry Goodman goes missing, his son Tim needs to find out what happened. Helping him is Harry’s former Pokemon partner, the wisecracking Detective Pikachu. The two have quite an adventure on the streets of Ryme City, where humans and Pokemon live side by side. They uncover a plot that could destroy the peaceful coexistence of the humans and Pokemon. (KS) 


"Rocketman" (Paramount Pictures)

“Rocketman” (R, 121 minutes, biography) How did piano prodigy Reginald Dwight turn into superstar Elton John? The story focuses on the early days of John’s career. Taron Egerton stars, (R, PC, M) 

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"Secret Life of Pets 2" (Universal)

“The Secret Life of Pets 2” (PG, 86 minutes, comedy) Max the terrier (voice of Patton Oswalt) must cope with some major life changes when his owner gets married and has a baby. When the family takes a trip to the countryside, nervous Max has numerous run-ins with canine-intolerant cows, hostile foxes and a scary turkey. But Max also makes a friend when he meets Rooster, a tough farm dog who tries to cure the very urban Max. (R, PC, M) 

“The Serengeti Rules” (NR, 84 minutes, documentary) In the 1960s, five young scientists, curious about how nature works, spread out across the world, from the Serengeti to the Amazon to the Arctic Ocean. In the process, they discovered a single set of rules that governs all life. Now, near the end of their careers, they come together to discuss their adventures and talk about how their work changed our view of nature. (Z) 

“Shaft” (R, 111 minutes, action) John Shaft II (Samuel L. Jackson) is called in to investigate the racially motivated murder of Trey Howard, committed by Walter Wade Jr. (Christian Bale), the son of a wealthy real estate tycoon. Shaft briefly meets a potential eyewitness to the murder, Diane Palmieri (Toni Collette), but she disappears soon after and cannot be found for the trial. Wade is released on bail and flees to Switzerland. Shaft is determined to find him. (R, PC, M) 

“Shazam!” (PG-13, 130 minutes, action) The streetwise 14-year-old foster kid Billy Batson (Asher Angel) turns into the adult superhero Shazam (Zachary Levi), courtesy of an ancient wizard. Still a kid at heart, inside a ripped adult body, Shazam sets out to test the limits of his abilities with the joyful recklessness of a child. But he'll need to master these powers quickly in order to fight the deadly forces of evil. (KS) 

“Toy Story 4” (G, 100 minutes, comedy) The gang is happily living with Bonnie, who brings her craft project turned toy, Forky, on board. Woody (Tom Hanks) wants Forky to embrace being a toy, but the spork is having trouble. When Bonnie takes the gang on a road trip, Woody ends up lost and meets up with his old friend, Little Bo-Peep (Annie Potts). But can his fellow toys find him before they head back home? (PC, R, M, NM)

“Uglydolls” (PG, 87 minutes, action) In Uglyville, strange is special and that’s the way Moxy and her Uglydoll friends like it. But when they must journey outside of Uglyville, they will confront what it means to be different. (KS)