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About Endlessness

NR   78 min.  

Roy Andersson carves another exquisite, funny, mordant world

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Duty Free

NR   73 min.  

Around the world in 77 years in this tale of new ambition in old age

15 Things You Didn't Know About Bigfoot (#1 Will Blow Your Mind)

NR   83 min.  

Search for the shaggy beast kinda goes nowhere

Initiation

R   96 min.  

Updated campus slasher flick gets the tech right, but not much else

Locked In

R   90 min.

Mayhem in the storage lockers

Mainstream

R   94 min.

Internet fame gets ugly, no shocker

The Paper Tigers

PG-13   108 min.  

Adorable new look at the oldest martial art story

Silo

NR   76 min.  

Farming accident drama is more than just a long PSA

Undergods

NR   92 min.  

Post-Apocalyptic-ish portmanteau shows future shocks, future promise

The Water Man

PG-13   91 min.  

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

Wrath of Man

R   118 min.  

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

First-Run Movies

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

The Girl Who Believes in Miracles

PG   100 min.

God turns up in a small town. Much like UFOs in the Nineties.

Godzilla vs. Kong

PG-13   113 min.  

The madcap royal rumble we were always promised

In Silico

NR   83 min.  

Study of the attempt to replicate a human brain overthinks everything

In the Earth

R   107 min.  

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

Limbo

R   104 min.  

Immigration dramedy shipwrecks Syrian migrants in Scotland

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

Promising Young Woman

R   113 min.  

Unevenness sabotages this takedown of "nice guy" culture

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 ...

Street Gang: How We Got to Sesame Street

PG   107 min.  

How one TV neighborhood became our shared classroom

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

Walking With Herb

NR   107 min.

Bagger Vance, but with more evangelical stuff

Special Screenings
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  • 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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    Special Screenings

    Environmental Research Film Festival

    Features more than 30 original short films showcasing the independent Capstone Research projects by students in the environmental science degree program at UT-Austin.
    Mon., May 10, 6pm. Free. 
    Online: www.eventbrite.com/e/151261933515

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