Two heist flicks — ‘Ocean’s 8’ and ‘American Animals’ — open this week during a cinema –


“Ocean’s 8”: All-star expel assembles for a heist of a lifetime — during a annual Met Gala. PG-13

“Hereditary”: Scary things are function to a Graham family, that started with a matriarch’s death. R

“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”: A documentary about iconic children’s radio horde Fred Rogers. PG-13

“American Animals”: A garland of nobodies confirm they need to take a rarest book in a U.S. in sequence to turn somebodies. Based on a loyal story. R

“Mary Shelley”: Trailblazing author of “Frankenstein” is given a romantic-drama treatment. PG-13

“Hotel Artemis”: Jodie Foster is a Nurse, who runs a criminals-only puncture room in a unconventional L.A. R

“Mountain”: A documentary about some of a top towering peaks around a universe and folks who stand them. PG

“The Gospel According to Andre”: The life and times of conform editor Andre Leon Talley. PG-13


“A Wrinkle in Time”: Director Ava DuVernay’s instrumentation of a dear novel is a landmark project, though a film doesn’t utterly flow. PG **1/2

“Death Wish”: Remake of a 1974 Charles Bronson car starring Bruce Willis suffers from relaly bad timing — as in it never should have been made. R *1/2

“The Hurricane Heist”: The pretension flattering most says it all: A large heist is designed for a U.S. Treasury as a whirly approaches. PG-13

“Every Day”: A regretful lead with no bound gender — or body, for that matter — creates this an surprising and adventurous film. PG-13 ***

“Gringo”: David Oyelowo (“Selma”) stars as a businessman in Mexico who finds himself on a wrong side of a law. R *1/2

“Thoroughbreds”: Anton Yelchin, in one of his final roles before his 2016 death, finds himself assisting dual upper-class teen girls make their problems go away. R ***

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