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Spiral

R   93 min.  

Chris Rock reinvents the horror morality tale for the BLM era

New Reviews

Army of the Dead

R   148 min.  

Latest zombie flick should just stay buried

The Djinn

R   81 min.  

The dangers of a wish coming true in this childhood horror

Finding You

PG   115 min.  

Dismal YA romance piles up Hollywood clichés and Irish stereotypes

The Get Together

NR   74 min.  

Austin party movie is one perfect night in the velvet rut

The Great Green Wall

NR   93 min.  

A grand plan for Africa from an African perspective

The Human Factor

PG-13   108 min.  

A rare look inside the failed Arab-Israeli peace process

The Killing of Two Lovers

R   85 min.  

Traumatizing tale of a collapsing marriage is a taut masterpiece

Profile

R   106 min.  

Undercover screenlife political thriller isn't fooling anyone

There Is No Evil

NR   151 min.  

Iranian anthology walks the line between life and death

Those Who Wish Me Dead

R   100 min.  

Angelina Jolie jumps in the fire in this action-thriller

The Truffle Hunters

PG-13   84 min.  

Snuffling about with irascible old men and adorable dogs

Wrath of Man

R   118 min.  

Ritchie and Statham find a new, welcome gear in this bloody thriller

First-Run Movies

About Endlessness

NR   78 min.  

Roy Andersson carves another exquisite, funny, mordant world

Beast Beast

NR   85 min.  

Lyrical look at Gen-Z life trips on its own good intentions

The Courier

PG-13   111 min.  

A forgotten Cold War spy story gets a very British, very tragic retelling

The Croods: A New Age

PG   95 min.  

Pointless prehistoric sequel hasn’t evolved at all

Demon Slayer – Kimetsu No Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train

R   117 min.  

Japanese anime blockbuster screams into the nightmare void

The Father

PG-13   97 min.  

Anthony Hopkins gives a timely career highlight in this story of dementia

Four Good Days

R   100 min.  

Bland rehab drama is more wasted than its characters

Godzilla vs. Kong

PG-13   113 min.  

The madcap royal rumble we were always promised

In the Earth

R   107 min.  

Ben Wheatley's unexpected eco-horror is sinister and hilarious

Mainstream

R   94 min.

Internet fame gets ugly, no shocker

Minari

PG-13   115 min.  

Sublime and soulful drama about immigration, family and farming in 1980s Arkansas

Mortal Kombat

R   110 min.  

Blood knives! Fatalities! GORO!

Nobody

R   92 min.  

Bob Odenkirk gets gritty in this bloody, smart John Wick riff

Nomadland

R   108 min.  

Story of America's itinerant population wanders too much

The Paper Tigers

PG-13   108 min.  

Adorable new look at the oldest martial art story

Raya and the Last Dragon

PG   114 min.  

Disney's new Southeast Asian fantasy is a landmark, but loses its way

Separation

R   107 min.

Dolls and evil, dolls and evil ...

Together Together

R   90 min.  

Surrogacy comedy defies the rom-com conventions

Tom and Jerry

PG   101 min.  

Your favorite cat and mouse duo are back and in NYC

Triumph

PG-13   100 min.  

High school wrestling drama is admirable for giving athletes with disabilities a platform

The Unholy

PG-13   99 min.  

Messy Catholic horror is weighed down by becoming a creature feature

The Water Man

PG-13   91 min.  

Tale of tales finds strength in fantasy as a young boy goes questing

Wonder Woman 1984

PG-13   151 min.  

Diana Prince stars in an all-new episode of I Love the ’80s

Special Screenings
SPACES
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    Special Screenings

    Fig Tree (2019)

    Presented by Austin Jewish Film Festival, the story of a 16-year-old Jewish girl navigating a relationship with her Christian boyfriend amidst civil war in Ethiopia, which her family plans to escape by immigrating to Israel. The filmmaker's debut is inspired by her own experiences.
    May 15-23 
    Online: www.austinjff.org
BULLOCK MUSEUM IMAX
FESTIVALS
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Asian Pacific Virtual Showcase

    During Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, join Austin Asian American Film Festival for a showcase that aims to highlight artists of different communities and neighborhoods in the United States, Canada, and Oceania.
    May 1-31 
    Online: www.aaafilmfest.org

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