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The Green Knight

R   125 min.  

Dev Patel and David Lowery enchant with this astounding Arthurian myth

New Reviews

The Clockwork Girl

NR   84 min.

Animated steampunk romance for the kids

Enemies of the State

NR   103 min.  

Ockham's razor cuts this conspiracy documentary to shreds

Fully Realized Humans

NR   74 min.  

Sharp-witted lo-fi comedy sees the ups and downs of trying to fix yourself

Jungle Cruise

PG-13   127 min.  

Take the Disney ride with Emily Blunt and the Rock, straight to adventure


PG-13   108 min.  

Beach vacation, anyone?

Ride the Eagle

NR   88 min.  

Jake Johnson gets his head straight in this comedic kin to Walden

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins

PG-13   121 min.  

Go ninja, go ninja, GO! Wait, wrong toy line …

Stealing Chaplin

R   105 min.  

Affable British comedy puts two dupes in Sin City


R   140 min.  

Torn-from-the-headlines thriller never matches Matt Damon’s everyman

First-Run Movies

Black Widow

PG-13   134 min.  

What happened in Budapest no longer stays in Budapest as Marvel learns spycraft

The Boss Baby: Family Business

PG   107 min.  

Why is a movie about a talking baby this convoluted?


PG-13   134 min.  

Disney's dog-hating villain becomes an unexpected anti-hero

Escape Room: Tournament of Champions

PG-13   88 min.  

Back to the puzzles in this teen-friendly Saw-alike

F9: The Fast Saga

PG-13   145 min.  

Script? We don't need no stinking script in the Toretto crew's latest

The Forever Purge

R   103 min.  

The politics are still there, but the kills and thrills disappoint

In the Heights

PG-13   143 min.  

An explosion of dance and song in this vibrant stage-to-screen adaptation

Joe Bell

R   93 min.  

Earnest true story of a father's guilt and contrition over his gay son's death

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway

PG   85 min.  

Meta ain't betta in this unlovable, self-referential sequel


R   92 min.  

Nicolas Cage’s porcine drama is a transformative soliloquy about love and loss

A Quiet Place Part II

PG-13   97 min.  

Creature feature is like great DLC rather than a sequel

Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain

R   119 min.  

The life, passions, and shattering death of the traveler

Space Jam: A New Legacy

PG   115 min.  

Rematch on the animated court as LeBron joins Team Looney Tunes


R   93 min.  

Chris Rock reinvents the horror morality tale for the BLM era

Spirit Untamed

PG   87 min.  

Soft reboot of the Netflix animated horse show never gets out of the gate

Summer of Soul (... Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

PG-13   117 min.  

A joyous historical document of the Harlem Cultural Festival

12 Mighty Orphans

PG-13   118 min.  

Historical football drama can't get past first down


R   109 min.  

A voice lost, a voice remains in this biography of the Tombstone star

Without Getting Killed or Caught

NR   95 min.  

The troubled life and haunted love of Guy Clark, the Dean of Texas songwriters


R   90 min.  

Incisive drama explores the story behind the infamous tweetstorm

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Labyrinth of Peace

    The Austin and San Antonio Jewish film festivals present access to the limited series about survivors of the Holocaust and the aftermath of World War II, as well as a panel discussion.
    July 18-Aug. 15; Q&A Sun., July 25, 2pm 
    Online: www.austinjff.org

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