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Opening in Orlando: All Eyez on Me, The Book of Henry, Cars 3 and more 


47 Meters Down Hometown girl made good Mandy Moore is part of a diving team menaced by killer sharks. This is us ... crapping our one-piece! (PG-13)

All Eyez on Me Per TMZ, both Diddy and Suge Knight have given their stamp of approval to the long-awaited Tupac biopic. So you just know it's gonna uncover some hard-hitting truths. (R)

The Book of Henry An intrepid kid teams up with his mother to protect the girl next door from her wicked stepfather. Which is far afield of my own personal philosophy of neighborliness: If you're not bringing potato salad, mind your own damn business. (PG-13)

Cars 3 The third installment in Pixar's automotive franchise includes never-before-heard dialogue by the late Paul Newman. And that's great news if you've ever wanted to hear him say, "This is going straight to video, right?" (G)

Kill Switch Scientist Dan Stevens has to decide whether to save our universe from destruction or spare a parallel reality that has just as much right to live. (More, if they don't have men's rompers there.) (R)

Rough Night A group of women find new depths to their friendship after they kill a male stripper at a bachelorette party. You know, just like Wonder Woman intended. (R)

Also playing:

3 Idiotas A Mexican remake of an Indian comedy about college classmates who try to locate a missing pal. En Filme has criticized the moviemakers for "the little intelligence with which they develop the actions." I like the cut of your jib, En Filme. (PG-13)

11:55 A war hero heads for a showdown with the brother of a drug dealer he killed, in a movie The Hollywood Reporter compares to High Noon. Or maybe Really, Really High Noon. (NR)

Churchill Brian Cox plays the British war icon in an exploration of Churchill's alleged opposition to D-Day. (No word on what he thought of the other guys in the Delta House.) (PG)

It Comes at Night Two families hide out from a mysterious plague that has overrun the world. SPOILER: It's white people! (R)

Megan Leavey The Iraq war is analogized via the deep bond between a female soldier and her canine companion. Don't worry: After we've gone through the entire animal kingdom, we'll get around to worrying about the civilians. (PG-13)

The Mummy By the time you read this, one or two Americans may still be interested in seeing the DOA first foray into Universal's announced series of monster reboots. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. may be backing off from its threat to sue Uni for ownership of the "Dark Universe" imprint – because, in the immortal words of George Carlin, "It's bad luck to hit a guy like that." (PG-13)

My Cousin Rachel Rachel Weisz takes the lead role in an adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's novel about a woman who may be using sinister and erotic means to advance her fortunes. Hey, it beats working at Red Robin. (PG-13)

Paris Can Wait At the age of 81, Eleanor Coppola moves beyond shooting documentaries about her family's filmmaking projects to lens her very own narrative feature. It's about a woman who finds fulfillment by getting away from her moviemaker husband. Submitted without comment. (PG)

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