October 19, 2021

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Listed here are the leading 15+ movies hitting Houston screens this 7 days

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Right here are some of the new films becoming introduced in theaters or for streaming, broadcast, rental or invest in this 7 days.

“6:45”

Thriller in which a man’s finest day turns into his worst — and keeps repeating.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 6 at Regal Greenway Grand Palace 24, Houston Regal Marq’E, Houston Regal Benders Landing, Spring .

“Ailey”

Jamila Wignot’s documentary utilizes his possess terms to paint a portrait of the groundbreaking dancer Alvin Ailey.

Rated PG-13. Opens Aug. 6 at Regal Greenway Grand Palace 24, Houston Regal Marq’E, Houston .

“A Darkish Foe”

Monthly bill Bellamy, Monte Markham and Oscar Cardenas star in a drama about an FBI agent with an irrational anxiety of the dim in pursuit of a serial killer.

Rated R. Streaming on numerous platforms.

“Annette”

Cult French director Leos Carax tries his hand at an all-out musical starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard as a few in a stormy romance. The Mael brothers, aka Sparks, wrote the story and the music.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 6 at Cinemark 19, Katy Cinemark Hollywod Movies 20, Pasadena starts streaming Aug. 20 on Amazon Key Video.

“Blackpink: The Movie”

Documentary next the female K-pop group Blackpink.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 6 at Cinemark Memorial Town, Houston AMC Willowbrook 24, Houston: Cinemark 17, The Woodlands.

“Bleed With Me”

Canadian horror movie in which a lady will become confident her very best good friend is stealing her blood.

Unrated. Starts streaming Aug. 10 on Shudder.

“Escape From Mogadishu”

The collapse of Somalia into civil war in 1991 is the backdrop for this South Korean motion-thriller about South and North Korean embassy personnel striving to flee Somalia’s capital.

Rated Tv set-14. Opens Aug. 6 at Cinemark Memorial City, Houston AMC Fountains 18, Stafford.

“Homeroom”

The new documentary from Peter Marks (“The Force”) explores what it is like to show up at a public college in Oakland, Calif.

Unrated. Commences streaming Aug. 12 on Hulu.

“John and the Hole”

Thriller in which a young boy keeps his family members captive in a hole in the floor.

Unrated. Begins streaming Aug. 6 on different platforms.

“Nine Days”

This haunting drama — showcasing Winston Duke, Zazie Beetz, Tony Hale and Benedict Wong — is set in the “beforelife,” in advance of souls are assigned to be born.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 6 at Regal Marq’E, Houston Regal Greenway Grand Palace 24, Houston AMC Gulf Pointe 30, Houston AMC Willowbrook 24, Houston AMC Deerbrook, Houston Regal Lone Star, Tomball AMC Katy Mills 20, Katy Regal Grand Parkway 22, Richmond AMC Initially Colony 24, Sugar Land Cinemark Tinseltown 17, The Woodlands.

“Playing God”

Houston-shot indie thriller in which a pair of siblings check out to con a billionaire into believing he’s actually conversing to God. Mark McKean (“Better Get in touch with Saul”), Alan Tudyk (“Arrested Development”) and Marc Menchaca (“Ozark”) star.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 6 at Studio Movie Grill Pearland Star Cinema Grill, Richmond Star Cinema Grill Springwoods, Spring Star Cinema Grill Baybrook, Friendswood Star Cinema Grill, Cypress Star Cinema Grill, Missouri City Star Cinema Grill, College or university Station.

“She Ball”

Nick Cannon directed and co-wrote this drama centering on a gentleman who asks for the help of a woman avenue basketball team to aid conserve a neighborhood center that he manages.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 6 at Cinemark 18, Webster.

“Sr Kalyanamandapam”

Telugu-language action-romance from India.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 6 at Cinemark Memorial City, Houston.

“The Suicide Squad”

Director James Gunn reimagines the DC Comics villains and antiheroes in this a lot-predicted reboot of the franchise after the disastrous 2016 film by David Ayers.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 6 throughout Houston begins streaming Aug. 6 on HBO Max.

“The Swarm”

French horror-drama in which a lady, to conserve her farm, decides to commence breeding edible grasshoppers. And which is her very first miscalculation.

Unrated. Starts streaming Aug. 6 on Netflix.

“Vivo”

Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the tracks and offers one of the voices for this new animated musical about a kinkajou and his owner, Andres, who enjoy songs in a Havana square. Zoe Saldana, Brian Tyree Henry and Michael Rooker also are in the voice solid.

Rated PG. Commences streaming Aug. 6 on Netflix.

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  • Cary Darling

    Cary Darling joined the Houston Chronicle in 2017 wherever he writes about arts, leisure and pop society, with an emphasis on film and media. At first from Los Angeles and a graduate of Loyola Marymount University, he has been a functions reporter or editor at the Orange County Sign-up, Miami Herald, and the Fort Well worth Star-Telegram. In addition, he has freelanced for a number of publications which include the Los Angeles Instances and Dallas Morning Information.

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