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Joseph Fiennes as Roman soldier Clavius in "Risen."


New this week. Grades are by World-Herald critics, an A being the best.

RATED PG

Kung Fu Panda 3 Po the panda faces new threats in the second sequel in the popular family franchise.B+

RATED PG-13

The 5th Wave An adaptation of a popular YA novel in which alien attacks have left Earth devastated and the last shreds of humanity are barely hanging on.

The Boy Creepy doll horror movie in which an American nanny is hired to take care of an English family's boy, who is really a life-sized doll, which is weird.

The Choice Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer star as a couple whose love is tested by life's hardships in this adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel.

Daddy's Home Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are competing fathers in this goofy comedy.

The Finest Hours Chris Pine stars in one of those "based on an incredible true story" movies about a daring 1952 Coast Guard rescue of men stuck on a pair of sinking oil tankers.

Hail, Caesar! The Coen Brothers' latest is a dazzling and odd farce starring Josh Brolin as a "fixer" in 1950s Hollywood. Costars George Clooney, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson and many more.B+

Lady in the Van Maggie Smith stars as a transient woman living in her car who befriends the man whose driveway she's using.

Race A Jesse Owens biopic focusing on the runner's role in the 1936 Olympics, where he faced off against Hitler's Aryan supermen.C+

Ride Along 2 Ice Cube and Kevin Hart return for the sequel to the hit 2014 action comedy.

Risen The story of Christ's resurrection, from the perspective of a Roman military tribune (Joseph Fiennes).

Star Wars: The Force Awakens The seventh film in the "Star Wars" saga plays it a little too safe but still makes for a satisfying return.B

Zoolander 2 Fifteen years later, the saga continues.

RATED R

13 Hours A Michael Bay-directed account of the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. Patriotic, serious and exciting, but also way too long.B-

45 Years Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay are excellent as a long-married couple whose domestic bliss is shattered when a secret is revealed.A-

Deadpool The mouthy superhero finally gets his very own movie, and it's a sometimes funny/mostly tiresome recycling of comic book cliches put in an R-rated package.C-

Dirty Grandpa Zac Efron takes his dirty grandpa (Robert De Niro) to Florida for spring break, and, oh boy, are there shenanigans — vile, gross and hateful shenanigans.F

Forsaken Donald Sutherland, Kiefer Sutherland and Demi Moore (not a Sutherland) star in this Western filled with brooding gunslingers and ruthless land-grabbers.

How to Be Single Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann and Alison Brie star as single women looking for love in New York City in this raunchy rom-com.

The Revenant This 1820s-set Western epic from the director of "Birdman" stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a frontiersman who just won't die. Not until he gets his revenge anyway.B+

The Witch This 1630s-set horror movie is perfectly made and completely terrifying and will stand as one of the best films of 2016.A

UNRATED

Southbound An anthology film of five interconnected horror stories, each taking place on a lonesome stretch of highway in the desert.

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