October 19, 2021

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Right here are the 20 main movies opening on Houston screens this week

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Below are some of the new films being produced in theaters or for streaming, broadcast, rental or purchase this week.

“About Us”

Rekindling the romance in their collapsing marriage is the aim of a spouse and wife who revisit exactly where they used their honeymoon. Ross McCall and Allison Miller star.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 13 at Studio Motion picture Grill Pearland.

“Beckett”

John David Washington and Alicia Vikander star in this thriller in which an American vacationer in Greece unwittingly finds himself in the middle of a political conspiracy.

Unrated. Begins streaming Aug. 13 on Netflix.

“Buckley’s Chance”

Australian-established loved ones drama about an American boy, missing in the Outback, who befriends a dingo.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 13 at Studio Movie Grill Pearland.

“Chance the Rapper’s Outstanding Coloring World”

A live performance documentary with Chance the Rapper.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 13 at AMC Gulf Pointe 30, Houston AMC Willowbrook 24, Houston Cinemark 19, Katy.

“CODA”

Sian Heder’s ebullient Sundance feel-very good drama facilities on a teenage music scholar who is the only listening to person in her deaf family members.

Rated PG-13. Opens Aug. 14 Cinemark Marketplace Road, The Woodlands Alamo Drafthouse LaCenterra, Katy begins streaming Aug. 13 on AppleTV+.

“Crime Story”

Richard Dreyfuss performs a guy with most cancers who usually takes revenge on the criminals who ruined his life. Mira Sorvino co-stars.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 13 at Studio Motion picture Grill Pearland.

“Don’t Breathe 2”

The 2016 film “Don’t Breathe” — about a trio of home invaders who make the large error of breaking into the dwelling of a blind Gulf War vet — has a cult next. Now, here’s the sequel, set quite a few several years just after the bloody events of the to start with film, in which the blind man’s past catches up with him. Stephen Lang is back again as the choose-no-prisoners veteran.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 13 all through Houston.

“Evangelion: 3.+1. Thrice On a Time”

The fourth and last part in this Japanese anime franchise.

Unrated. Commences streaming Aug. 13 on Amazon Prime Video.

“Eyes on the Prize: Hallowed Ground”

A documentary which is also a lyrical and artful reimagining of the details created in the groundbreaking civil legal rights documentary collection “Eyes on the Prize.”

Unrated. Begins streaming Aug. 19 on HBO Max.

“Free Guy”

Ryan Reynolds is a lender teller who realizes he’s really a qualifications character in a online video video game. Hilarity ensues. Taika Waititi and Lil Rel Howery co-star.

Rated PG-13. Opens Aug. 13 during Houston.

“The That means of Hitler”

New documentary from filmmakers Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker concentrating on the persistent fascination in and fascination with Adolf Hitler.

Unrated. Begins streaming Aug. 13 on several platforms.

“Memories of a Murderer: The Nilsen Tapes”

Serial killer Dennis Nilsen apparently reflected on his everyday living in a sequence of audiotapes recorded in his jail cell in which he recounted his a lot of crimes.

Unrated. Begins streaming Aug. 18 on Netflix.

“Naked Singularity”

John Boyega, Olivia Cooke, Bill Skarsgard, Kyle Mooney, Ed Skrein and Linda Lavin star in a drama about an embittered and burned-out public defender who decides to pull off a multimillion dollar robbery.

Rated R. Opens Aug. 13 at Cinemark Tinseltown 290, Houston Cinemark at Pearland Cinemark 17, The Woodlands.

“Puaada”

Punjabi-language intimate drama from India.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 13 at AMC To start with Colony 24, Sugar Land.

“Raging Fire”

Violently entertaining Hong Kong crime film starring Donnie Yen (“Ip Man”) that’s a throwback to the heady times of these kinds of directors of John Woo and Ringo Lam.

Unrated. Opens Aug. 13 at AMC Loews Fountains 18, Stafford.

“Respect”

Jennifer Hudson is the Queen of Soul in this Aretha Franklin biopic. Audra McDonald, Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans and Marc Maron co-star.

Rated PG-13. Opens Aug. 13 all over Houston.

“The Secret Diary of an Trade Student”

Portuguese-language passionate comedy from Brazil about two students who get in warm drinking water abroad.

Unrated. Commences streaming Aug. 18 on Netflix.

“Shook”

Horror movie in which a social-media star becomes the victim of a group of on the web harassers who power her to fix a series of puzzles. If she doesn’t, her cherished ones will be killed.

Unrated. Commences streaming Aug. 17 on numerous platforms out there Aug. 17 on DVD.

“Stay Out of the Attic”

Jerren Lauder’s horror film tells the tale of a team of ex-cons turned furnishings movers who are employed by a peculiar client for an all-night work in his creepy mansion.

Unrated. Starts streaming Aug. 17 on different platforms offered Aug. 17 on DVD and Blu-ray.

“Swan Song”

Todd Stephens’ character research looks at the lifestyle of a flamboyant hairdresser who walks across a smaller city to fashion a lifeless woman’s hair.

Unrated. Starts streaming Aug. 13 on numerous platforms.

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  • Cary Darling

    Cary Darling joined the Houston Chronicle in 2017 wherever he writes about arts, entertainment and pop lifestyle, with an emphasis on movie and media. At first from Los Angeles and a graduate of Loyola Marymount College, he has been a functions reporter or editor at the Orange County Sign up, Miami Herald, and the Fort Value Star-Telegram. In addition, he has freelanced for a quantity of publications like the Los Angeles Periods and Dallas Morning News.

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