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Film Clips: June 27, 2019


“Yesterday” opens Friday in Yakima.


June 26

“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.)


June 28

“OPHELIA” — A re-imagining of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” told from Ophelia’s perspective. Starring Daisy Ridley, Naomi Watts, Clive Owen and Tom Felton. Directed by Claire McCarthy. (PG-13 for a scene of violence/bloody images, some sensuality, and thematic elements.)

“YESTERDAY” — A struggling musician realizes he’s the only person on Earth who can remember The Beatles after waking up in an alternate timeline where they never existed. Starring Himesh Patel, Lily James and Sophia Di Martino. Directed by Danny Boyle. (PG-13 for suggestive content and language.)


July 2

“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.)


June 27

“Late Night”


July 1




Ending Monday, July 1: “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum”

Opening Tuesday, July 2: “Spider-Man: Far From Home”

“Men in Black: International”



July 9: “Steel Magnolias”


“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.)

“ANNA” — Beneath Anna Poliatova’s beauty lies a secret that will unleash her strength and skill to become one of the world’s most feared government assassins. Starring Sasha Luss, Helen Mirren and Luke Evans. Directed by Luc Besson. (R for strong violence, language, and some sexual content.)

“AVENGERS: ENDGAME” — The remaining Avengers assemble once more in order to undo Thanos’ actions and restore order to the universe. Starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Tessa Thompson, Bradley Cooper, Danai Gurira and Josh Brolin. Directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo. (PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and some language.)

“BE NATURAL: THE UNTOLD STORY OF ALICE GUY-BLACHÉ” — A documentary about pioneering filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché that traces the circumstances in which she faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation. Starring Alice Guy, Richard Abel and Marc Abraham. Directed by Pamela B. Green. (Not rated.)

“CHILD’S PLAY” — A mother gives her son a toy doll for his birthday, unaware of its more sinister nature. Starring Aubrey Plaza, Brian Tyree Henry and Mark Hamill as the voice of Chucky. Directed by Lars Klevberg. (R for bloody horror violence, and language).

“DARK PHOENIX” — When Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix, the X-Men have to decide how much the life of a team member is worth. Also starring Jennifer Lawrence, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. Directed by Simon Kinberg. (PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action including some gunplay, disturbing images, and brief strong language.)

“THE DEAD DON’T DIE” — Renowned director Jim Jarmusch takes on the zombie genre as the peaceful town of Centerville finds itself battling an undead horde. Starring Bill Murray and Adam Driver. (R for zombie violence/gore and for language.)

“GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS” — An action-adventure that pits Godzilla against some of the most popular monsters in pop culture history, including Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed King Ghidorah. Starring Kyle Chandler, Vera Farmiga, Ken Watanabe and Millie Bobby Brown. Directed by Michael Dougherty. (PG-13 for sequences of monster action violence and destruction, and for some language.)

“JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 — PARABELLUM” — John Wick (Keanu Reeves) returns with a $14 million price tag on his head and an army of bounty-hunting killers on his trail. Also starring Asia Kate Dillon, Jerome Flynn and Ian McShane. Directed by Chad Stahelski. (R for pervasive strong violence, and some language.)

“MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL” — The Men in Black are back to protect the Earth from the scum of the universe. This reboot trades in Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones for Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson. Also starring Rebecca Ferguson, Emma Thompson and Liam Neeson. Directed by F. Gary Gray. (PG-13 for sci-fi action, some language and suggestive material.)

“ROCKETMAN” — A musical fantasy about the story of Elton John’s breakthrough years, following the journey of transformation from shy piano prodigy Reginald Dwight to international superstar. Starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden. Directed by Dexter Fletcher. (R for language throughout, some drug use and sexual content.)

“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.)

“SHAFT” — John Shaft Jr., a cybersecurity expert with a degree from MIT, enlists his family’s help to uncover the truth behind his best friend’s untimely death. Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Jessie T. Usher, Richard Roundtree, Alexandra Shipp and Avan Jogia. Directed by Tim Story. (R for pervasive language, violence, sexual content, some drug material and brief nudity.)

“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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