“21 Bridges” — All 21 bridges in New York are closed while a detective searches for two cop killers.

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” — (Biography, PG, 108 minutes). The story of the friendship between Fred Rogers and a journalist named Tom Junod.

“Frozen II” — (Animation, PG, 103 minutes). To save their kingdom, Elsa and her friends venture to an enchanted land to find the origin of her powers.

“The Irishman” — (Biography, R, 209 minutes). Frank Sheeran recalls his past hits as a mob hitman and his involvement in Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance.

“Knives Out” — (Comedy, PG-13, 130 minutes). Detective Benoit Blanc is hired to investigate the death of crime novelist Harlan Thrombey.


“Friendsgiving” — (Comedy, 125 minutes). Showing of eight turkey-themed episodes of “Friends.” 7 p.m. Sunday. (Cinemark Carefree); 4 and 7 p.m. Monday. (Cinemark Carefree).

“The Metropolitan Opera: Akhnaten” — (Opera, not rated, 211 minutes). Broadcast live from the Met. 10:55 a.m. Saturday. (Cinemark Tinseltown, Cinemark Carefree, Regal Interquest).

“Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary” — (Documentary, 95 minutes). A look at how the comedy helped launch the sci-fi movie and TV industries. 7 p.m. Tuesday. (Regal Interquest).

“Spirits in the Forest” — (Documentary, 95 minutes). Looks at Depeche Mode’s final performances of the Global Spirit Tour in Berlin. 7 p.m. Thursday. (Cinemark Tinseltown); 7 p.m. Sunday. (Icon Cinema).

Warren Miller’s “Timeless” — Celebrating the magic of skiing. 7:30 p.m. Thursday- Friday. (Pikes Peak Center).


“Charlie’s Angels (2019) — (Action, PG-13, 118 minutes). Charlie’s Angels must put their lives on the line to protect people when a system engineer blows the whistle on a dangerous technology.

“Doctor Sleep” — (Horror, R, 151 minutes). Grade: B-, Katie Walsh. Dan Torrance is still traumatized by the events he endured at the Overlook Hotel during “The Shining” when he was a child. Now he must protect a young girl from The True Knot, a cult that preys on children with extrasensory powers.

“Downton Abbey” — (Drama, PG, 122 minutes). Grade: C, Michael Phillips. The continuing story of the wealthy owners of a large English countryside estate in the early 20th century.

“Harriet” — (Biography, PG-13, 125 minutes). The story of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and how she changed the course of history.

“Ford V Ferrari” — (Drama, 152 minutes). The story of American car designer Carroll Shelpby and British-born race car driver Ken Miles and how they built a car for the Ford Motor Co. for the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1966.

“The Good Liar” — (Drama, R, 109 minutes). A con artist meets a well-to-do widow and finds it hard to swindle her because he cares about her.

“Harriet” — (Biography, PG-13, 125 minutes). The story of Harriet Tubman’s escape from slavery and how she changed the course of history.

“Jojo Rabbit” — (Comedy, PG-13, 108). A boy who is in Hitler’s army discovers his mother is hiding a Jewish girl in their home.

“Joker” — (Drama, R, 121 minutes). Grade: C, Katie Walsh. A failed comedian wanders the streets of Gotham City dressed as a clown and transforms into the criminal mastermind named Joker.

“Last Christmas” — (Comedy, PG-13, 102 minutes). Kate, a young woman who makes bad decisions, finds romance while working as a department store elf.

“The Lighthouse” — Drama, R, 109 minutes). Grade: A-, Michael Phillips. Two lighthouse keepers in the 1890s try to stay sane on a mysterious island.

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” — (Adventure, PG, 118 minutes). Trouble stirs when Maleficent’s goddaughter, Prince Aurora, wants to marry Prince Philip, bringing the human and fairy worlds together.

“Midway” — (Action, PG-13, 138 minutes). Leaders and sailors who fought tell the story of the Battle of Midway.

“No Safe Spaces” — (Documentary, PG-13, 95 minutes). Looks into how America is being divided by identity politics and the suppression of free speech.

“Playing with Fire” — (Comedy, PG, 96 minutes). A firefighter crew find themselves babysitting three rambunctious kids.

“The Report” — (Drama, R, 119 minutes). While Senate staffer Daniel J. Jones is investigating the CIA’s post 9/11 Detention and Interrogation Program, he find shocking secrets.

“Terminator: Dark Fate” — (Action, R, 128 minutes). Sarah and a hybrid cyborg- human protect a girl from a liquid Terminator from the future.

“Western Stars” — (Music, PG, 83 minutes). Bruce Springsteen sings songs from his album “Western Stars.”

“Zombieland: Double Tap” — (Action, R, 99 minutes). Four zombie slayers face evolved zombies and human survivors when they move to the American heartland, all while facing the growing pains of their own makeshift family.

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Compiled by Carlotta Olson, The Gazette

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