Opening this week:
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
Sea of Shadows This year's Sundance audience awarded Best Documentary honors to Sea of Shadows, which exposes the calamitous effects of criminal poaching. Not one but two species of marine life are threatened by humans' pursuit of the swim bladder of the totoaba, an organ so sought-after that it's known as "the cocaine of the sea." (Interestingly, among fish, cocaine is known as "the totoaba bladder of Miami.") Filmmaker Richard Ladkani had to curtail part of his shoot to prevent his crew from being murdered by a Mexican cartel. Why can't this ever happen to Morgan Spurlock? (PG-13; playing at Regal Winter Park Village & RPX)
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