Here are a cinema opening in a Memphis area this week, and special screenings, Oct. 13-19.

Opening Friday

Ex Libris: New York Public Library (Not rated, 197 min.) The latest insinuate epic from 87-year-old documentary master Frederick Wiseman takes a low dive into a middle workings of a nation’s second-largest open library complement (after a Library of Congress).

Ridgeway Cinema Grill. 

The Foreigner (R, 114 min.) Jackie Chan goes a Liam Neeson/Mel Gibson/Bruce Willis track in this movement thriller about a common businessman who takes a law into his possess hands to revenge his daughter.

CinePlanet 16, Collierville Towne 16, Cordova, DeSoto 16, Forest Hill 8, Hollywood 20, Majestic, Olive Branch, Palace, Paradiso, Stage.

Happy Death Day (PG-13, 96 min.) A arrange of slasher chronicle of “Groundhog Day” as a college tyro (Jessica Rothe) relives over and over again a day of her murder.

CinePlanet 16, Collierville Towne 16, Cordova, DeSoto 16, Forest Hill 8, Hollywood 20, Majestic, Olive Branch, Palace, Paradiso, Stage, Studio on a Square, Summer Quartet Drive-In, Wolfchase Galleria 8.

Marshall (PG-13, 118 min.) Having already portrayed such informative heroes as Jackie Robinson (“42”), James Brown (“Get On Up”) and Marvel’s Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman here stars as a apostolic young Thurgood Marshall, in a story set in 1941, 25 years before a counsel became a initial African-American Supreme Court justice.

Cordova, DeSoto 16, Paradiso.

Professor Marston and a Wonder Women (R, 108 min.) “Wonder Woman” was a blockbuster, so here’s a biopic about William Moulton Marston (played by Luke Evans), a individualist clergyman who invented a womanlike superhero while vital in a ménage à trois domestic arrangement with his mother (Rebecca Hall) and partner (Bella Heathcote).

Cordova, Studio on a Square.

Trafficked (R, 104 min.) Three women are abducted and sole into sex labour in a Texas brothel in this thriller blending from Harvard highbrow Siddharth Kara’s exposé of tellurian trafficking. The expel includes Ashley Judd as a amicable workman with a secret.

Paradiso.

Special Movies

Aircraft Carrier: Guardians of a Sea 3D (Not rated, 43 min.) Epic in both scale and naval drama, this documentary takes viewers on an in-depth debate of a complicated U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, an “engineering marvel” with a organisation of 5,000 that can unit a world’s oceans for years though refueling.

Through Dec. 31, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

All a Rage (Saved by Sarno) (Not rated, 94 min.) Director Michael Galinsky hosts this screening of his documentary (co-directed by David Beilinson and Suki Hawley) about Dr. Joe Sarno, establishment-baiting luminary physician (his clients embody Howard Stern and Larry David) who believes pain is connected to romantic stress.

7 p.m. Wednesday, Crosstown Arts, 430 N. Cleveland. Pay-what-you-can admission. Visit indiememphis.com.

Atonement (R, 123 min.) The library’s page-to-screen book bar continues with a screening of a 2007 instrumentation of Ian McEwan’s novel about war, intrigue and a cost of report in a World War II era. An audience-participation discussion comparing a strange best-seller and a film version will follow. The film’s expel includes Keira Knightley, James McAvoy and Saoirse Ronan.

2 p.m. Saturday, Meeting Room A, Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library, 3030 Poplar. Admission: free. Call 901-415-2726.

Beetlejuice (PG, 92 min.) Director Tim Burton’s 1988 spook comedy is presented outdoor in Overton Park.

7 p.m. Thursday, Levitt Shell. Admission: free. Visit levittshell.org.

Extreme Weather 3D (Not rated, 45 min.) With energetic footage of implausible thunderstorms, twisters, wildfires and other events, this National Geographic film explores a many discussed though small understood forces that figure a planet.

Through Dec. 31, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

Frankenstein(Not rated, 70 min.) “Classic horror” month continues during a library with a 1931 masterpiece that stays among a many successful films ever made. Boris Karloff stars as a comfortless synthetic monster.

4 p.m. Saturday, Room L-56, Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library, 3030 Poplar. Admission: free. Call 901-415-2846.

Harry Potter and a Half-Blood Prince (PG, 153 min.) The conflict opposite Voldemort tightens in this sixth “Potter” film, from 2009.

4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

The Metropolitan Opera: Die Zauberflote (Not rated, 210 min.) Filmed live onstage in  New York, a new prolongation of Mozart’s famous story of abnormal romance, improved famous in America by a English title, “The Magic Flute.”

11:55 a.m. Saturday and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Paradiso. Tickets: $21. Visit malco.com.

The Princess Bride (PG, 98 min.) In approval of a 30th anniversary, a beloved fairy-tale comedy earnings to a large screen, presented by TCM and featuring a new talk with executive Rob Reiner. The all-star expel includes Robin Wright (Princess Buttercup), Mandy Patinkin (Inigo Montoya) and Andre a Giant.

7 p.m. Sunday and Wednesday, Paradiso. Tickets: $13.50. Visit malco.com.

Revive Us 2 (Not rated, 141 min.) In a follow-up to final year’s “faith” strike “Revive Us,” Kirk Cameron and such “inspirational friends” as Dr. Ben Carson assemble a “national meeting” to revisit a question: “Are we in a final days of a good nation?”

7 p.m. Tuesday, Paradiso. Tickets: $16 (adult), $13.50 (child). Visit malco.com.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (R, 100 min.) The monthly screening of a ultimate audience-participation sci-fi rock-and-roll cross-dressing cult classic.

11:30 p.m. Friday, Evergreen Theatre, 1705 Poplar. Tickets: $10. Visit rockyhorrormemphis.com.

Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie (Not rated, 90 min.) A samurai battles a demon in a dystopian destiny in this remastered chronicle of a 2001 Cartoon Network film that launched a four-season “Samurai Jack” series.

7 p.m. Monday, Paradiso. Tickets: $13.50. Visit malco.com.

Screenagers (Not rated, 70 min.) A giveaway screening of a new documentary that examines a risks and hurdles faced by kids who spends hours a day on dungeon phones, laptops and other inclination as they grow adult in a age of a Internet. The eventuality is hosted by a Exchange Club Family Center and St. Mary’s Episcopal School.

6 p.m. Sunday, Paradiso. Admission: free. Visit screenagersmovie.com. 

Steve McQueen: Salvation of an American Icon (Not rated, 120 min.) A documentary about a “faith” debate of a actor and idol of cool, who, according to his third wife, Barbara Minty McQueen, became an devout Christian nearby a finish of his life.

7 p.m. Thursday, Collierville Towne 16, Paradiso. Tickets: $13.50. Visit malco.com.

Time Warp Drive-In: “Shocktober 4 / Legends of Horror”: An all-night showcase of murder-and-mayhem milestones that includes “Psycho” (1960), “Halloween” (1978), “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” (1974), “Night of a Living Dead” (1968) and “Carnival of Souls” (1962). 

7 p.m. Saturday, Summer Quartet Drive-In. Tickets: $10; children underneath 10 free. Visit malco.com.

Tokyo Ghoul (Not rated, 119 min.) Adapted from a manga and anime series, this live-action fear film stars Masataka Tuboka as a college tyro who becomes a refugee after he is putrescent by a zombie bite.

7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Paradiso. Tickets: $11.50 (adult), $7.50 (child). Visit malco.com.

Wild Africa 3D (Not rated, 45 min.) A debate of the deserts, coral reefs, snow-covered mountains, good rivers, steamy sleet forests and wide-open savannahs of Africa.

Through Nov. 10, CTI 3D Giant Theater, Memphis Pink Palace Museum, 3050 Central Ave. Call 901-636-2362 or revisit memphismuseums.org for showtimes, tickets and reservations.

 

New cinema in Memphis and special screenings, Oct. 13-19, 2017

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