Want to know what to see this weekend? We’ve got you covered! This column is our regular guide to all the new movies opening each week, from blockbusters to indies bursting with new talent, to eye-opening documentaries. Here’s everything new in theaters for the weekend of August 30.
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Comedy talent Jillian Bell (22 JUMP STREET, FIST FIGHT) stars as a Brittany, a hard-partying hot mess who is forced to confront her self-destructive lifestyle. With new motivation, the New Yorker starts to run — first around one block, then two — and is soon aiming to compete in the New York City Marathon. Can her new approach to self-care change her life?
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Detective Jack Radcliff (David Oyelowo) was shattered by the murder of his niece, Ashley (Storm Reid). His prayers for a second chance to prevent her killing seem to be answered when Ashley calls… long after she is dead. The detective finds himself racing to unravel a mystery that spans time, with the hope of preventing a crime that has already happened.
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This action movie brings together top Indian talent — director Sujeeth and actors Prabhas, Shraddha Kapoor and Neil Nitin Mukesh — for a story about cops and criminals who collide following a big-ticket robbery. SAAHO will be released in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi presentations, all with English subtitles.
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Michael Roark stars as Marshall Bennett, a young soldier in the Army Ranger Motorcycle Unit whose ability to ride, and even to walk, is in question after he survives an IED explosion in combat overseas. Bennett takes a medical discharge to return to the States, where he finds that his father (Trace Adkins) is on the verge of losing the family farm. With his own future at risk, the former soldier gets back on his bike in order to help his family.
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Just in time for Pennywise to haunt Derry again in IT CHAPTER TWO, Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema are bringing the first chapter of the epic story back to theaters. Return to the late 1980s, when seven kids all have terrifying visions of a demonic clown. As the self-styled Losers Club realizes that their supernatural experiences may be related to several cases in which children have gone missing, the group makes a plan to fight back against the clown, Pennywise.
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SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME took us on an action-packed summer vacation earlier this year. Now the film comes back to theaters just in time for Labor Day. This cut of the movie has something extra, too: A new four-minute action sequence that will deliver even more web-swinging excitement.