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Film Clips: Aug. 8, 2019


Isabela Moner stars as Dora in “Dora and the Lost City of Gold,” opening Friday.


“THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN” — Through his bond with his owner, an aspiring Formula One race car driver, a golden retriever learns to navigate the journey of life. Starring Milo Ventimiglia, Amanda Seyfried and Kevin Costner. Directed by Simon Curtis. (PG for thematic material.)

“DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD” — Teenage explorer Dora leads her friends on an adventure to save her parents and solve the mystery behind a lost city of gold. Starring Isabela Moner, Q’orianka Kilcher, Eva Longoria and Benicio Del Toro. Directed by James Bobin. (PG for action and some impolite humor.)

“THE KITCHEN” — The wives of New York gangsters in 1970s Hell’s Kitchen continue to operate their husbands’ rackets after they’re locked up in prison. Starring Elisabeth Moss, Melissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish. Directed by Andrea Berloff. (R for violence, language throughout and some sexual content .)

“THE OTHER SIDE OF HEAVEN 2: FIRE OF FAITH” — Missionaries face a test of faith when their child is born with a serious illness. Starring Christopher Gorham, Natalie Medlock and Russell Dixon. Directed by Mitch Davis. (PG-13 for some thematic material including violence.)

“SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK” — A group of teenagers must face their fears in order to save their lives. Starring Zoe Margaret Colletti, Michael Garza and Gabriel Rush. Directed by Andre Ovredal. (PG-13 for terror/violence, disturbing images, thematic elements, language including racial epithets, and brief sexual references.)


“Godzilla: King of the Monsters”

“Avengers: Endgame”

“Men in Black: International”


“Wild Rose”


“Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw” (Atmos sound)

“Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood”

“The Lion King”


Tuesday, Aug. 12: “A Fistful of Dollars”

Sept. 9: “When Harry Met Sally...”


“ALADDIN” — Disney’s latest live-action remake is of the 1992 classic about a charming street urchin, a self-determined princess and the genie who may be the key to their future. Starring Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Naomi Scott as Jasmine, Will Smith as the Genie and Marwan Kenzari as Jafar. Directed by Guy Ritchie. (PG for some action/peril.)

“ANNABELLE COMES HOME” — Determined to keep Annabelle from wreaking more havoc, demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren bring the possessed doll to the locked artifacts room in their home, placing her “safely” behind sacred glass and enlisting a priest’s holy blessing. Starring Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson. Directed by Gary Dauberman. (R for horror violence and terror.)

“FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW” — Lawman Luke Hobbs and outcast Deckard Shaw form an unlikely alliance when a cyber-genetically enhanced villain threatens the future of humanity. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Idris Elba and Helen Mirren. Directed by David Leitch. (PG-13 for prolonged sequences of action and violence, suggestive material and some strong language.)

“FREE TRIP TO EGYPT” — This documentary follows one man’s search for random Americans concerned about an Islamic threat and offering them a free trip to Egypt. Directed by Ingrid Serban. (Not rated.)

“THE LION KING” (digital and digital with Atmos sound versions) — You know the story — after the murder of his father, a young lion prince flees his kingdom only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery — but you’ve never seen it so realistic as with this CGI remake of the Disney classic. With the voices of James Earl Jones, Donald Glover, Chiwetel Ejiofor, JD McCrary, John Oliver, Seth Rogen, Billy Eichner and Beyoncé. Directed by Jon Favreau. (PG for sequences of violence and peril, and some thematic elements.)

“MIDSOMMAR” — What starts out as a visit to a fabled Swedish midsummer festival devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult. Starring Florence Pugh, Jack Reynor and Vilhelm Blomgren. Directed by Ari Aster. (R for disturbing ritualistic violence and grisly images, strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use and language.)

“ONCE UPON A TIME ... IN HOLLYWOOD” — A faded television actor (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double (Brad Pitt) strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood’s Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles. Also starring Margot Robbie, Al Pacino, Dakota Fanning, Timothy Olyphant, Kurt Russell and Luke Perry. Directed by Quentin Tarantino. (R for language throughout, some strong graphic violence, drug use, and sexual references.)

“THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2” — This sequel continues the story of Max and his pet friends. With the voices of Patton Oswalt, Kevin Hart, Harrison Ford, Eric Stonestreet and Tiffany Hadish. Directed by Chris Renaud and Jonathan del Val. (PG for some action and rude humor.)

“SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME” — Following the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever. Starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal, Samuel L. Jackson, Marisa Tomei and Angourie Rice. Directed by Jon Watts. (PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, some language and brief suggestive comments.)

“STUBER” — A detective on the trail of a brutal killer recruits his Uber driver into an unexpected night of adventure. Starring Kumail Nanjiani, Dave Bautista, Iko Uwais, Natalie Morales, Mira Sorvino and Karen Gillan. Directed by Michael Dowse. (R for violence and language throughout, some sexual references and brief graphic nudity.)

“SWORD OF TRUST” — When a woman shows up to collect an inheritance from her deceased grandfather, the only thing she gets is an antique sword that he believed was proof that the South won the Civil War. Starring Marc Maron, Jon Bass and Michaela Watkins. Directed by Lynn Shelton. (R for language throughout.)

“TOY STORY 4” — When a new toy called Forky joins Woody and the gang, a road trip alongside old and new friends reveals how big the world can be for a toy. With the voices of Tom Hanks as Woody, Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, Keanu Reeves as Duke Caboom, Tony Hale as Forky and Annie Potts as Bo Peep. Directed by Josh Cooley. (G)

— Compiled by the Yakima Herald-Republic

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