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The Commuter (): A businessman is held adult in a rapist swindling during his daily invert home. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG-13 (crime, drama, mystery). 104 minutes.

Condorito: The Movie: New Spanish denunciation film with English subtitles. Condorito embarks in a waggish journey to save a universe and his desired ones from an immorality alien. Rated PG (Animation, adventure, comedy). 88 minutes.

I, Tonya (): Competitive ice skater Tonya Harding rises among a ranks during a U.S. Figure Skating Championships, though her destiny in a activity is thrown into doubt when her ex-husband intervenes. (Chicago Tribune) Rated R (comedy, drama). 120 minutes.

Paddington 2: Paddington, now happily staid with a Brown family and a renouned member of a internal community, picks adult a array of peculiar jobs to buy a ideal benefaction for his Aunt Lucy’s 100th birthday, usually for a present to be stolen. Rated PG (animation, adventure, comedy). 103 minutes.

The Post: A cover that spanned 4 U.S. Presidents pushed a country’s initial womanlike journal publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an rare conflict between publisher and government. Rated PG-13 (biography, drama, history). 115 minutes.

Proud Mary: Mary (Taraji P. Henson) is a hitwoman operative for an orderly crime family in Boston. Mary’s life is totally incited around when she meets a immature child whose trail she crosses when a veteran strike goes awry. Rated R (action, thriller). 88 minutes.

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Agnyaathavaasi – Prince in Exile: New Telugu denunciation film with English subtitles. An banished successor to a billionaire earnings after his father was murdered as a unchanging worker to find a killers and make things right in his company. Not rated (action, drama). 158 minutes.

All a Money in a World (): The story of a abduction of 16-year-old John Paul Getty III and a unfortunate try by his clinging mom to remonstrate his billionaire grandfather Jean Paul Getty to compensate a ransom. (Tribune News Service) Rated R (biography, crime, drama). 132 minutes.

A Bad Moms Christmas ( 1/2 ): Part 2 of “Bad Moms” follows a 3 under-appreciated and over-burdened women as they insurgent opposite a hurdles and expectations of a Super Bowl for moms: Christmas. (Tribune News Service) Rated R (comedy). 117 minutes.

Blade Runner 2049 (): A immature blade runner’s find of a long-buried tip leads him to lane down former blade curtain Rick Deckard, who’s been blank for 30 years. (Chicago Tribune) Rated R (suspense, thriller). 164 minutes.

Coco (): Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral anathema on music, enters a Land of a Dead to work out a mystery. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG (animation, adventure, comedy, musical, family). 109 minutes.

Daddy’s Home 2: Brad and Dusty contingency understanding with their forward fathers during a holidays. Rated PG-13 (comedy). 98 minutes.

Darkest Hour ( 1/2 ): During a early days of WWII, a predestine of Western Europe hangs on a newly allocated British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Academy Award hopeful Gary Oldman), who contingency confirm either to negotiate with Hitler or quarrel on opposite implausible odds. (Seattle Times) Rated PG-13. 125 minutes.

Despicable Me 3 ( 1/2 ): Gru meets his long-lost charming, contented and some-more successful twin brother, Dru, who wants to organisation adult with him for one final rapist heist. As a integrate of hours of kidtertainment, we could do worse. (Tribune News Services) Rated PG (animation, action, bold humor). 90 minutes.

Ferdinand (): After Ferdinand, a longhorn with a large heart, is mistaken for a dangerous beast, he is prisoner and ripped from his home. Determined to lapse to his family, he rallies a misfit organisation on a ultimate adventure. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG (adventure, comedy, family, animation). 106 minutes.

Geostorm: When a network of satellites designed to control tellurian meridian start to conflict Earth, it’s a foe opposite a time to expose a genuine hazard before a worldwide geostorm wipes out all and everyone. Rated PG-13 (action, sci-fi, thriller). 109 minutes.

The Greatest Showman ( 1/2 ): Inspired by a imagination of P.T. Barnum, “The Greatest Showman” is an strange low-pitched that celebrates a birth of uncover business and tells of a idealist who rose from zero to emanate a philharmonic that became a worldwide sensation. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG (biography, drama, musical). 105 minutes.

Insidious: The Last Key: Parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier faces her many fearsome and personal vivid nonetheless – in her possess home. Rated PG-13 (horror, mystery, thriller). 103 minutes

It (): Children in a Maine city rope together to quarrel an ancient, ruthless jester named Pennywise. “It” is honestly laugh-out-loud funny, mostly some-more than it’s terrifying. (Tribune News Service) Rated R (horror, bloody images, language). 135 minutes.

Jumanji: Welcome to a Jungle ( 1/2 ): Four teenagers learn an aged video diversion console and are literally drawn into a game’s jungle setting, apropos a adult avatars they chose. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG-13 (action, adventure, comedy, family). 119 minutes.

Lady Bird(): Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson (Saoirse Ronan) fights opposite it, though she is accurately like her extravagantly loving, deeply dogmatic and strong-willed mom, a helper operative tirelessly to keep her family afloat after Lady Bird’s father loses his job. (Star Tribune, Minneapolis) Rated R (comedy). 93 minutes.

Molly’s Game ( 1/2 ): With his directorial debut, Aaron Sorkin sticks to what he knows, bettering Molly Bloom’s poker discourse into a fast-talking, free-wheeling car for a powerhouse opening by Jessica Chastain, who binds a whole thing together. (Tribune News Service) Rated R (language, drug content, some violence). 140 minutes.

Murder on a Orient Express (): Agatha Christie’s 1934 poser novel was memorably blending to film in 1974, with Albert Finney personification a refined Belgian investigator Hercule Poirot. Now, Sir Kenneth Branagh slips into Poirot’s signature superb mustache in a star- studded, big-budget remake, that Branagh also directed. (Chicago Tribune) Rated PG (drama, suspense, thriller). 127 minutes.

Only The Brave: A play formed on a chosen organisation of firemen from Prescott, Arizona who battled a wildfire in Yarnell, Arizona in Jun 2013 that claimed a lives of 19 of their members. Rated PG-13 (drama). 134 minutes.

Pitch Perfect 3 ( 1/2 ): Following their win during a universe championship, a now-separated Bellas reunite for one final singing foe during an abroad USO tour, though face a organisation that uses both instruments and voices. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG-13 (comedy, music). 93 minutes.

Roman J. Israel, ESQ. (): Denzel Washington stars as Roman Israel, a driven, maudlin invulnerability profession who, by a scattered array of events, finds himself in a predicament that leads to impassioned action. (Tribune News Service) Rated PG-13 (crime, drama). 129 minutes.

The Shape of Water: In a 1960s investigate facility, a tongue-tied janitor forms a attribute with an nautical creature. Rated R (adventure, drama, fantasy). 123 minutes.

The Star: A tiny though dauntless dickey and his animal friends turn a unsung heroes of a initial Christmas. Rated PG (animated, comedy). 86 minutes.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri ( 1/2 ): In this darkly comic drama, a mom privately hurdles a internal authorities to solve her daughter’s murder, when they destroy to locate a culprit. (The Seattle Times) Rated R (comedy, crime, drama). 115 minutes.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi: Having taken her initial stairs into a Jedi world, Rey joins Luke Skywalker on an journey with Leia, Finn and Poe that unlocks mysteries of a Force and secrets of a past. Rated PG-13 (action, adventure, fantasy). 152 minutes.

Wonder (): Based on a New York Times bestseller, this is a impossibly moving and heartwarming story of Aug Pullman, a child with facial differences who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream facile propagandize for a initial time. Rated PG (drama). 113 minutes.

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12 Strong: 12 Strong tells a story of a initial Special Forces organisation deployed to Afghanistan after 9/11; underneath a care of a new captain, a organisation contingency work with an Afghan warlord to take down a Taliban. Rated R (action, drama, history). 130 minutes.

Call Me By Your Name: In Northern Italy in 1983, 17-year-old Elio starts a attribute with Oliver, his father’s investigate assistant, with whom he holds over his rising sexuality, their Jewish heritage, and a pleasant Italian landscape. Rated R (drama, romance). 132 minutes.

Den of Thieves: A dirty crime tale that follows a lives of an chosen section of a LA County Sheriff’s Department and a state’s many successful bank spoliation organisation as a outlaws devise a clearly unfit heist on a Federal Reserve Bank. Rated R (action, crime, drama). 140 minutes.

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