Opening Friday: Cruise battles aliens, Woodley battles cancer and more

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

Edge of Tomorrow

Caught in a “Groundhog Day”-style time loop, an untested military officer (Tom Cruise) is killed, over and over again, by aliens until a fellow soldier (Emily Blunt) helps whip him into fighting shape in this futuristic action tale. At multiple locations. (113 min.) PG-13; intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, language and brief suggestive material.

The Fault in Our Stars

Two teenagers (Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort) fall in love at a cancer support group in this tearjerker based on the wildly popular young-adult novel. At multiple locations. (125 min.) PG-13; thematic elements, some sexuality and brief strong language.

For No Good Reason

The career of illustrator and Hunter S. Thompson sidekick Ralph Steadman is explored in this documentary featuring interviews with the likes of Johnny Depp, Terry Gilliam and Tim Robbins. At Village Square. (89 min.) R; language, some drug content and brief sexual images.


An orphan (Agata Trzebuchowska) raised in a convent begins tracing her roots when she learns her parents were Jewish and were killed during the Nazi occupation. In Polish with English subtitles. At Suncoast. (80 min.) PG-13; thematic elements, some sexuality and smoking.

Palo Alto

Emma Roberts, Jack Kilmer, Nat Wolff, Zoe Levin and James Franco star in this coming-of-age story directed by Gia Coppola (Francis Ford Coppola’s granddaughter) and based on a book of Franco’s short stories. At Suncoast. (98 min.) R; strong sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and pervasive language — all involving teens.

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