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Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne can’t wrangle Valerian’s clunky dialogue or plot.TF1 Films

What's new in theaters this weekend: 'Dunkirk,' 'Valerian,' 'Girls Trip'

OPENING Thursday: VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS Spending $200 million on Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is Luc Besson's sci-folly, too much for a fantasy gorgeous to observe yet torturous to sit through. "Too much" is Besson's signature move. Based on a French comic book series, Valerian  …

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  1. AARP study explores the role 50-plus moviegoers play at the box office

    Life Times

    A new study shows that seniors have a much larger impact on the success — or failure — of a film than previously realized, even films that might seem aimed at a much younger audience.

    According to the study, more than 30 percent of all cinema visits were made by 50-plus adults.
  2. For Dunkirk veteran, movie brings back different memories

    Movies like the World War II epic Dunkirk are popular escapes from reality.

    Fred Clutterbuck poses for a photo in front of the "Dunkirk" movie poster at the Cobb Theatre in Tyrone on Friday. Clutterback is a survivor of the Dunkirk evacuation. (EVE EDELHEIT   |   Times)
  3. What's new in theaters this weekend: 'Dunkirk,' 'Valerian,' 'Girls Trip'

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    OPENING Thursday: VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS

    Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne can’t wrangle Valerian’s clunky dialogue or plot.
  4. Yes, 'Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets' makes absolutely no sense

    Movies

    Spending $200 million on Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is Luc Besson's sci-folly, too much for a fantasy that's gorgeous to observe yet torturous to sit through. "Too much" is Besson's signature move, so we shouldn't be surprised.

    This image released by STX Entertainment shows Dane DeHaan in a scene from "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets." (Domitille Girard/STX Entertainment via AP) NYET111
  5. Why 'Dunkirk' is one of the best war movies ever made

    Movies

    After a career of mind-bending fantasies, writer-director Christopher Nolan has now crafted a historical epic almost too perfect to believe.

    Harry Styles, left, Aneurin Barnard and Fionn Whitehead play British soldiers in the thriller about the evacuation of more than 400,000 Allied soldiers from Dunkirk, France, in 1940. 
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  6. Meet the raunchiest 14th century nuns ever in 'The Little Hours'

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    Get thee to the nunnery of The Little Hours, a smutty comedy starring Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza and Kate Micucci as 14th century nuns in heat. This Sundance grad from writer-director Jeff Baena is bawdy, blasphemous and very funny when on its game, which isn't always.

    Alessandra (Alison Brie), Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza) and Ginerva (Kate Micucci) swear like Philistines, 
a sign they’re already breaking their vows.
Gunpowder & Sky
  7. The five best movie trilogies of all time

    Movies

    This weekend, War for the Planet of the Apes concludes arguably one of Hollywood's finest trilogies ever. We can argue just as passionately about which ones don't deserve …

    Toy Story lands on our list of best film trilogies, and a fourth film in the series is slated for 2019.
  8. What's new in theaters this week: 'War for the Planet of the Apes,' 'The Little Hours,' 'Wish Upon'

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    Opening Thursday: War for the Planet of the Apes

    Woody Harrelson, center, plays a colonel trying to wipe out the apes in a “War for the Planet of the Apes.” (Twentieth Century Fox)
  9. Humanity gets what it deserves in 'War for the Planet of the Apes'

    Movies

    Humanity gets what it deserves in War for the Planet of the Apes, rounding out a thrilling trilogy setting the stage for Charlton Heston's arrival in 1968.

    A scene from "War for the Planet of the Apes." (Twentieth Century Fox)
  10. 'Spider-Man' slings $117 million box office debut and Sony rejoices

    Movies

    NEW YORK — "Spider-Man: Homecoming" swung past expectations, opening with an estimated $117 million in North America and giving a Sony Pictures a much needed hit.

    This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Tom Holland in a scene from "Spider-Man: Homecoming." [SONY]
  11. All six Spider-Man movies, ranked from best to worst

    Movies

    Now that Spider-Man is swinging into theaters for the sixth time, it's time to ask where this new franchise, now under the watchful gaze of Marvel Studios in addition to Sony, ranks among the rest. You don't …

    Tom Holland stars as Peter Parker-Spider-Man in "Spider-Man: Homecoming." [Sony]
  12. In honor of 'Sharknado,' 5 more movies so bad they're good

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    You might be surprised to learn that, even on its worst day, the Sharknado franchise brings in nearly 3 million viewers. That's "million." Not a typo.

    Polyester, 1981
  13. Kumail Nanjiani's 'The Big Sick' is the cure to cookie cutter rom-coms

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    Kumail Nanjiani is known for HBO's Silicon Valley, but he'll be remembered for living a truly original romance then co-writing a movie about it and playing himself in The Big Sick (R). You will love Nanjiani and this movie.

    The Big Sick stars Kumail Nanjiani as Kumail and Zoe Kazan as Emily. Nanjiani co-wrote the movie with his wife, Emily V. Gordon.
  14. Director of 'Sharknado' talks favorite Sharkmoments before Tampa screening

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    Anthony C. Ferrante can't escape that other shark movie directed by that other guy.

    Ian Ziering portrays Fin Shepard in a scene from "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!" premiering on Wednesday, at 9 p.m. EDT on Syfy. (Gene Page/Syfy via AP)
  15. 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' is a 'Deadpool' for the entire family

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    Spider-Man: Homecoming does the improbable, successfully rebooting a reboot of a trilogy that did the job well enough only a decade ago. It's a movie that could be unnecessary but isn't.

    Now mentored by Tony Stark, eagerly awkward Peter Parker (Tom Holland) wants to prove he’s capable of more than just being a “friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man.”