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Here’s a look at this week’s new movies:

AND SO IT GOES: An obnoxious real estate agent (Michael Douglas) is forced to care for the 9-year-old granddaughter he never knew existed in this comedy co-starring Diane Keaton and directed by Rob Reiner. At multiple locations. (94 min.) PG-13; some sexual references and drug elements.

THE FLUFFY MOVIE: Las Vegas regular Gabriel Iglesias stars in this comedy concert film. At multiple locations. (101 min.) PG-13 for suggestive material and sexual references

HERCULES: Hercules (Dwayne Johnson) leads a group of mercenaries in a mission to end a civil war and return the king of Thrace to his throne in this revisionist action tale based on a graphic novel. At multiple locations. (98 min.) PG-13; epic battle sequences, violence, suggestive comments, brief strong language and partial nudity.

LE CHEF: An aspiring chef (Michael Youn) and a culinary great (Jean Reno) team up in this comedy. In French with English subtitles. At Village Square. (85 min.) PG-13; brief strong language.

LUCY: When she ingests too much of a designer drug, a young college student (Scarlett Johansson) accesses the untapped potential of her brain, turning her into a superhero of sorts in this sci-fi action tale from writer-director Luc Besson. At multiple locations. (89 min.) R; strong violence, disturbing images, and sexuality.

A MOST WANTED MAN: A German counterterrorism agent (the late Philip Seymour Hoffman) tracks a half-Chechen, half-Russian immigrant through Hamburg’s Islamic community in the adaptation of a John le Carre novel. At multiple locations. (121 min.) R; language.

WISH I WAS HERE: A struggling actor (co-writer and director Zach Braff) tries his best to home school his young children while re-examining his life. At multiple locations. (106 min) R; language and some sexual content.

 

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