“Candyman” is at long last released to theaters and Braden King’s rural elegy “The Evening Hour” lingers for a second week at the Siskel.
Another cautious week as theatrical exhibition still struggles to find its footing.
Releases scheduled for theaters this week include the heartwarming Sundance sales smash “CODA”; the stomp-and-romp Chilean musical “Ema”; Jennifer Hudson’s impersonation of Aretha Franklin in “Respect”; the claustrophobic horror of “Don’t Breathe 2.”
Halfway through 2021 film memoirs punch harder than movies…
The Siskel Film Center reopens on Friday and the week’s biggest-budgeted opener is James Gunn’s return to filmmaking, “Suicide Squad.”
Recommended movies to see in the theaters this month.
A note on this week’s openers and holdovers.
Brief looks at a week of introspection at the movies.
This week at the movies, we’re truckling, suckling, ducking, metering and watching.