Movie Recap for the Weekend Through November 20 | Arts and entertainment


“The Chosen Season 3: Episodes 1 & 2” — (Special event, not rated, 130 minutes). The first two episodes of the third season of the multi-season series about the life of Christ shown on the big screen.

“Liam Gallagher: Knebworth 22” — (Documentary, unrated, 97 minutes). Follows Liam’s return to Knebworth, 26 years after the historic 1996 Oasis shows with all new interviews and concert footage from the two sold-out performances following the pandemic.

“The menu” – (Comedy, R, 106 minutes). A couple goes to eat at an exclusive restaurant on a coastal island, unaware that the chef has prepared a sumptuous menu with some shocking surprises.

“She said” – (Drama, R, 128 minutes). Two New York Times reporters publish story that helps fuel the #Metoo movement, breaking the silence on sexual assaults in Hollywood and forever altering American culture.


“After sun” – (Drama, R, 102 minutes). As Sophie tries to reconcile with her father, she reflects on a vacation she took with him 20 years earlier.

“Time of Armageddon” — (Drama, R, 115 minutes). Grade: A, Katie Walsh. The story of the strength of family, friendship and the pursuit of the American dream.

“The Banshes of Inisherin” — (Drama, R, 109 minutes). Grade: A, Michael Phillips. Shocking consequences occur when Colm ends his long friendship with Pádraic.

“Bard” — (Comedy, R, 159 minutes). A journalist turned documentary filmmaker embarks on a journey to reconcile with his Mexican identity, past and present.

“Black Adam” — (Action, PG-13, 124 minutes). Grade: B-, Katie Walsh. In ancient Kahndaq, Teth Adam was given the powers of the gods, but when he used these powers for revenge, he was put in prison. Now, 5,000 years later, he is free and ready to unleash his one and only form of justice upon the world as Black Adam.

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” — (Action, PG-13, 161 minutes). Grade: A, Katie Walsh. As the people of Wakanda mourn King T’Challa, they must also fight to protect their home from intervention by world powers.

“Decision to Leave” — (Crime, unclassified, 138 minutes). After a man falls to his death from a mountaintop in South Korea, Detective Hae-joon is assigned to the case to find out if he jumped or was pushed. Hae-joon suspects the dead man’s wife, but as he digs deeper he finds himself entangled in a web of desire and deceit.

“Goodnight Oppy” — (Documentary, PG, 1055 minutes). The story of Opportunity, the Mars Exploration Rover nicknamed Oppy that was sent on a 90 day mission but survived for 15 years.

“Halloween ends” — (Horror, R, 111 minutes). Grade: C, Katie Walsh. In this final chapter in the saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode, the violence and terror after a young man is accused of murdering the boy she was babysitting forces Laurie to finally face the evil she cannot control. .

“Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” — (Animation, PG, 106 minutes). Grade: C, Katie Walsh. Based on Bernard Waber’s children’s book series about a crocodile that lives in New York City.

“One Piece Film Red” — (Animation, PG-13, 115 minutes). Uta, the most loved singer in the world, always hid her identity when she performed. However, in this live concert Uta will reveal her true self.

“Devil’s Prey” — (Horror, PG-13, 93 minutes). As a nun prepares to perform an exorcism, she comes face-to-face with a demonic force that has ties to her past.

“Prophet” — (Special event, not rated, 140 minutes). The story of the primate of Poland, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski, who was re-established as head of the Church in Poland after three years of imprisonment by the communist regime.

“Smile” – (Horror, R, 115 minutes). Grade: C, Katie Walsh. Dr. Rose Cotter must find a way to deal with her past after she witnesses a traumatic and bizarre incident involving a patient and begins having frightening events.

“Animated” — (Comedy, PG-13, 127 minutes). Join Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds in a musical version of Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’.

“The Swimmers” — (Biography, PG-13, 134 minutes). The story of swimmer sisters Yusra and Sarah Mardini, who fled war-torn Syria as refugees, and their journey to the Rio 2016 Olympics.

“Tár” — (Drama, R, 158 minutes). Grade: A+, Michael Phillips. Set in the international world of Western classical music, the film is about Lydia Tár, the first female music director of a German orchestra.

“Terror 2” — (Horror, unrated, 138 minutes). Art the Clown returns on Halloween night targeting a teenage girl and her younger brother.

“Ticket to Heaven” — (Comedy, PG-13, 144 minutes). Grade: C, Katie Walsh. A divorced couple on a shared mission travels to Bali to try and stop their love-struck daughter from making the same mistake they think they made 25 years ago.

“As far as” – (Drama, PG-13, 130 minutes). Grade: A, Michael Phillips. The true story of Mamie Till Mobley’s quest to expose the racism behind the attack on her 14-year-old son as she worked to bring those involved to justice.

“Triangle of Sadness” — (Comedy, R, 150 minutes). The survivors are trapped on a deserted island after a luxury cruise ship for the super rich sinks.

Editor’s Note: Please contact individual theaters for showtimes and other movies added after listing is compiled.

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