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HEARTS BEAT LOUD. Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons are a record store-owning dad and his aspiring-med-student daughter who bond over music in this feel-good hipster comedy/drama. PG-13 (Ross) Grade: B+

HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 3. Dracula goes on a family cruise and falls into romance in this animated sequel which was not screened in time for Ground Zero deadlines. PG. (Grand, East Park, Edgewood, SouthPointe in 3-D and 2-D)

SKYSCRAPER. This film is standard issue, but it makes for a compelling entry in the story of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's stardom, and his total Hollywood domination. PG-13. (Grand, East Park, Edgewood, SouthPointe in 3-D and 2-D). Grade: C

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ANT-MAN AND THE WASP. A refreshing reprieve from the Marvel Universe, "Ant-Man and the Wasp" is a fun, family-friendly story of miniature superheroes entertainingly played by Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly. PG-13. (Grand, East Park, Edgewood, SouthPointe in 3-D and 2-D). Grade: B

THE FIRST PURGE. The fourth film in "The Purge" series is a violent, politically-charged prequel that shows how the class/race war began, while trolling the Trump administration. R. (Grand, East Park, Edgewood) Grade: C+

FIRST REFORMED. Ethan Hawke delivers the best performance of his career as a pastor struggling with a spiritual crisis that threatens to destroy him and those around him in this gripping drama from writer/director Paul Schrader. R (Ross) Grade: A

INCREDIBLES 2. With smart themes, superb animation and the feeling of actual danger, director Brad Bird has put the fun back into superhero movies. PG. (Grand, East Park, Edgewood, SouthPointe) Grade: A

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM. This spectacularly ho-hum new entry in Hollywood's longest-running parable about the fatal idiocy of messing with Mother Nature appears to take the franchise in a fresh direction, but ultimately is dully repetitive. PG-13. (Grand, East Park, Edgewood, SouthPointe) Grade: C-

SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO. This sequel to the 2015 political noir finds U.S. assassins taking on terrorists. It resonates with the nihilism of a government operating violent shadow operations without much sense of purpose or seemingly any moral code. R. (Grand) Grade: B

WON'T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? This documentary is a moving tribute to Fred Rogers, the gentle, now legendary host of the long-running PBS children's show "Mister Rogers Neighborhood." PG-13. (Grand) Grade: A

NOTE: Theaters are for Friday only and are subject to change the other days of the week.


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