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NEW MOVIES!  NOVEMBER 14 - NOVEMBER 20, 2017

ATOMIC BLONDE (USA, R) – It’s JOHN WICK in Berlin in the '80s with a chick doing the gratuitous violence this time. And you know what? Add in a little New Order and a little Depeche Mode and that doesn’t sound half bad to me.
DIRECTED BY: David Leitch
STARRING: Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, John Goodman, Til Schweiger, Eddie Marsan, Sofia Boutella, Toby Jones
METASCORE: 63, based on 50 Critics
WIND RIVER (USA, R) – There’s a murder on the reservation and here comes The Man to solve the crime. Written and directed by the guy who wrote SICARIO and HELL OR HIGH WATER, I have to admit I’m a little curious about this gritty, depressing cop movie.
DIRECTED BY: Taylor Sheridan
STARRING: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Gil Birmingham, Graham Greene
METASCORE: 73, based on 44 Critics
THE NUT JOB 2: NUTTY BY NATURE (USA, PG) – Oh no, nut again!
DIRECTED BY: Cal Brunker
STARRING: Will Arnett, Maya Rudolph, Jackie Chan, Katherine Heigl, Bobby Moynihan, Bobby Cannavale, Isabela Moner, Jeff Dunham, Gabriel Iglesias
METASCORE: 36, based on 19 Critics
PATTI CAKE$ (USA, R) – Get some major feels from this sort-of comedy version of 8 MILE about a loser Jersey girl who rap battles her way to super-stardom, at least in her dreams.
DIRECTED BY: Geremy Jasper
STARRING: Danielle Macdonald, Bridget Everett, Siddharth Dhananjay, Mamoudou Athie, Cathy Moriarty
METASCORE: 67, based on 37 Critics
*BRIGSBY BEAR (USA, PG-13) – If PEE-WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE included a melancholy exploration into why Pee-Wee behaves the way he does, it might be something like this movie.
DIRECTED BY: Dave McCary
STARRING: Kyle Mooney, Mark Hamill, Greg Kinnear, Matt Walsh, Michaela Watkins, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Ryan Simpkins
METASCORE: 68, based on 33 Critics
WHOSE STREETS? (USA, R) – The Black Lives Matter movement gets its fullest expression yet in this acclaimed documentary about the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and the national protests that rose out of it.
DIRECTED BY: Sabaah Folayan / Damon Davis
METASCORE: 81, based on 26 Critics
KEDI (Turkey, Not Rated) – Finally, here’s that Turkish cat documentary you’ve all been clamoring for! Seriously, though – lots of people have been asking for it.
DIRECTED BY: Ceyda Torun
METASCORE: 78, based on 23 Critics
$AQUARIUS (Brazil, Not Rated) – I predict that we cinephiles will be hearing the name Kleber Mendonça Filho a lot in the years to come. On this basis of this, his second movie, and his first, NEIGHBORING SOUNDS, we’ve got a world-class director on our hands here.
DIRECTED BY: Kleber Mendonca Filho
STARRING: Sônia Braga, Humberto Carrão, Irandhir Santos
METASCORE: 88, based on 22 Critics
IN THIS CORNER OF THE WORLD (Japan, PG-13) – Now that Hideo Miyazaki has really for sure probably retired for good this time, we’ve got a whole crop of anime directors vying to assume his mantle. This one’s a sweet, funny, sad story set in pre-WWII Hiroshima.
DIRECTED BY: Sunao Katabuchi
METASCORE: 73, based on 21 Critics
UNLOCKED (USA, R) – This CIA versus terrorists in London action-thriller has an impressive cast, but it’s down towards the bottom of the list of this week’s releases for a reason.
DIRECTED BY: Michael Apted
STARRING: Noomi Rapace, Orlando Bloom, Michael Douglas, John Malkovich, Toni Collette
METASCORE: 46, based on 15 Critics
THE WOMEN'S BALCONY (Israel, Not Rated) – This Israeli comedy was a huge hit in its home country, but it didn’t get much attention in the States. But if you want a well-liked feel-good movie about women in an Orthodox community telling the men in charge what’s up, check it out.
DIRECTED BY: Emil Ben-Shimon
STARRING: Evelin Hagoel, Yigal Naor, Orna Banai
METASCORE: 74, based on 13 Critics
^ALL THESE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS (Poland, R) – This poetic semi-documentary about romantically confused 20-somethings in Warsaw feels a lot like what Terrence Malick has been trying less and less successfully to do with his last few features. Maybe this one works because it’s not full of famous celebrities acting like idiots.
DIRECTED BY: Michal Marczak
STARRING: Krzysztof Baginski, Michal Huszcza, Eva Lebuef
METASCORE: 70, based on 12 Critics
^ = BART'S PICK OF THE WEEK!          * = KYRA'S PICK OF THE WEEK!          $ = IAN'S PICK OF THE WEEK!

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