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Aftermath

Alexander Skarsgård and Keira Knightley in the film "The Aftermath."

THE AFTERMATH. 2 stars. A British officer and his wife have difficulties with the former owners of their home in post-World War II Hamburg. Keira Knightley and Jason Clarke star. An overpowering tone of soap opera is given to a worthy subject: the aftermath of World War II in Germany. 1 hr. 48 R (nudity)

APOLLO 11. 3.5 stars. Todd Douglas Miller directs this documentary that looks at the first journey by people to the moon while demonstrating the unique power of reality to amaze. Adapted from previously unreleased film using the latest digital technology. Best seen in IMAX. 1 hr 33 G 

CAPTAIN MARVEL. 2 stars. Brie Larson stars as the superhero, who is caught in a battle between two alien races. The script gives our hero attributes, but no personality. 1 hr. 56 PG-13 (violence)

CLIMAX. 2 stars. A French dance troupe's rehearsal in a remote building turns ugly when their drinks are spiked with LSD. 1 hr. 36 R (sex, violence) 

DUMBO. 2 stars. Mostly live-action and overly dark remake of the Disney classic about a beloved young elephant is missing the endearing quality of the original. 1 hr. 55 PG

GLASS. 2.5 stars. M. Night Shyamalan directs this sci-fi thriller with Bruce Willis as a security guard who uses his special abilities to track a deeply disturbed man with multiple personalities. Samuel L. Jackson also stars. 2 hrs. 9 PG-13 (violence, bloody images, thematic elements, profanity) 

GLORIA BELL. 3 stars. A free-spirited divorcee (Julianne Moore) works by day and dances at Los Angeles clubs by night. 1 hr. 44 R (sex)

GRETA. 2.5 stars. A lonely young woman befriends a lonely widow after finding and returning her purse. She soon discovers her new friend has a secretive and dark agenda. 1 hr. 38 R (violence)

HOTEL MUMBAI. 2.5 stars. Dramatic retelling of the bloody 2008 terrorist attack on a luxury Indian hotel that is melodramatic at times, but positively celebrates ordinary heroes. 2 hrs. 3 R (violence)

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON: THE HIDDEN WORLD. 2.5 stars. In this animated family sequel, Hiccup, now ruler of Berk, seeks a secret dragon utopia. 1 hr. 45 PG (action, rude humor)

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THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART. 3 stars. Lego invaders from outer space wreck havoc in this animated sequel. While not as fun as the original, the animation is top notch. 1 hr. 46 PG-13 (rude humor) 

THE MUSTANG. 3.5 stars. A violent convict is given the opportunity to participate in a rehabilitation program involving training wild horses. Nicely acted and ultimately moving. 1 hr. 36 R (violence)

THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD. 3.5 stars. Director Peter Jackson turns his talents to this documentary on World War I that uses state of the art technology, including the addition of color to old film footage, to observe the war from the soldiers' point of view. 1 hr. 39 R (violence) 

US. 3 stars. A woman and her family are terrified by masked home invaders at the beach home where she grew up. But the real shock occurs when the masks come off. 1 hr. 54 R (violence) 

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