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The Capote Tapes

NR   98 min.  

A literary life of oblivious self-destruction

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Cry Macho

PG-13   120 min.  

Old man Eastwood heads down to Mexico and into his soul

Dear Evan Hansen

PG-13   137 min.  

Broadway adaptation is really The Talented Mr. Ripley: The Musical

Fire Music

NR   71 min.  

It’s definitely not trad, dad, in this history of free jazz

The Guilty

R   89 min.

One cop, one room, one phone call in this thriller remake

Love Story

NR   156 min.

Telugu romance heads to the big city

First-Run Movies

The Alpinist

PG-13   93 min.  

Climbing doc has trouble keeping up with its enigmatic subject

Blue Bayou

R   112 min.  

Ambitious drama explores heavy themes of fractured families and deportation


R   91 min.  

Cabrini Green’s monster returns to manifest abiding Black fears

The Card Counter

R   109 min.  

Oscar Isaac takes the biggest gamble of his life


R   108 min.  

Suspend disbelief for this splendid symphony of blood and bullets

Don’t Breathe 2

R   98 min.  

Misguided sequel tries to redeem the irredeemable

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

PG-13   126 min.  

Formulaic biopic captures subject's glow without critique

F9: The Fast Saga

PG-13   145 min.  

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

Free Guy

PG-13   115 min.  

Ryan Reynolds levels up for the summer’s most charming and fun blockbuster

The Green Knight

R   125 min.  

Dev Patel and David Lowery enchant with this astounding Arthurian myth

Jungle Cruise

PG-13   127 min.  

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


R   104 min.  

Immigration dramedy shipwrecks Syrian migrants in Scotland


R   111 min.  

Homage to giallo is fun, but is it good?

The Nowhere Inn

NR   92 min.  

Layered St. Vincent mockumentary warps reality and opens a window to artist's heart


PG-13   108 min.  

Beach vacation, anyone?

PAW Patrol: The Movie

G   86 min.  

Puppy power scampers to the big screen

Prisoners of the Ghostland

NR   100 min.  

Nic Cage and Sion Sono craziness is not the sum of its parts


R   110 min.  

Extreme-couponing caper offers laughs but little personality


PG-13   145 min.  

Bloated Aretha Franklin biopic lacks her glitz and power

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

PG-13   132 min.  

Marvel's master of kung fu makes a convoluted cosmic splash

The Suicide Squad

R   132 min.  

James Gunn's bad guys doing good prove DC needs to get silly

Un Rescate de Huevitos

PG   88 min.

The eggs are back for their fourth animated adventure

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Fantastic Fest

    Fantastic Fest changed the way the festival will be presented this year. Genre film fans can now either attend in person at various locations around Austin during the fest, or view the selections online after the in-person portion. Screenings are ticketed individually to allow for contact tracing and buffered seating, and proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test is required.
    Festival runs in person Sept. 23-30, online Sept. 30-Oct. 11 
    Various locations

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