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Arts and Entertainment: New films hitting Tucson’s big screens

Arts and Entertainment: New films hitting Tucson’s big screens


it’s a busy weekend at the multiplex with four new Films opening here’s a look at your choices the drones are pros [Music] when there’s an assassination attempt on the US president his trusted Secret Service agent is wrongfully accused and taken into custody after escaping he becomes a man on the run and must evade his own agency and outsmart the FBI in order to find out the real threat to the president Morgan Freeman and Gerard Butler star in the latest Secret Service thriller Angel has fallen that’s what he wants to do with the rest of his life yes it is Zach a young man with Down syndrome runs away from a residential nursing home to follow his dream of attending a professional wrestling school a strange turn of events pairs him on the road with Tyler a small-town outlaw on the run who becomes Zach’s unlikely coach and Ally Shia LeBeouf Dakota Johnson and Thomas Haden Church star in the peanut butter Falcon a charming film about dreams chances and friendship there’s just one more thing and then you are officially part of the family ready or not follows a young bride as she joins her new husband’s rich eccentric family in a time-honored tradition that turns into a lethal game for everyone fighting for their survival Adam Brody and Andie MacDowell star in this Courtney r-rated action horror film the nightingale is a brutal ride through the unforgiving land of 19th century Tasmania during the time when British colonists nearly decimated the aboriginal natives it follows Claire a young Irish convict as she loses everything she holds dear after her family is attacked she’s immediately driven to track down and seek revenge against the British officer who oversaw the horror and enlists the service of an Aboriginal tracker named Billy I’m her Bradford news for Tucson

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