Films opening Friday, April 13, 2018

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    A Bag of Marbles: The adaptation of Joseph Joffo’s memoir tells the story of two young Jewish boys trying to escape on their own across Nazi-occupied France. Not rated. At the Opera Plaza.

    Baja: The road trip teen comedy by Tony Vidal about the journey of a four 22-year-olds on Christmas break in a luxurious RV is the first of its genre to be filmed in Mexico, Rated PG-13.

    Beirut: The political thriller stars Jon Hamm as former U.S. diplomat who returns to civil war-torn Lebanon. Rated R.

    Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare: Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey star in the supernatural thriller about a game of “Truth or Dare” that turns deadly when someone or something begins to punish those who lie or refuse the dare. Rated PG-13.

    Finding Your Feet: Imelda Staunton plays a Londoner who moves in with her free-spirit sister after she finds out her husband of 40 years is having an affair; Timothy Spall and Joanna Lumley costar. Rated PG-13.

    Lean on Pete: The film directed by Andrew Haigh based on the novel by Willy Vlautin is about the unlikely connection between a 15-year-old boy who lives an unsettled life with his single dad and a failing racehorse. Rated R. At the Embarcadero.

    Love After Love: Andie MacDowell stars as a grieving matriarch processing her husband’s death while reentering adult single life in a film co-written and directed by Russell Harbaugh. Not rated. At the Clay.

    Rampage: Dwayne Johnson stars in the action-monster, video-game-based movie about a scientist who studies apes and has a close bond with a gorilla named George — until a science experiment goes horribly wrong. Rated PG-13.

    Sgt. Stubby: In the animated movie based on a true story, a stray dog is rescued off the streets by an American soldier and goes on to become a hero of World War I. Rated PG.

    Where Is Kyra?: A middle-aged divorcee (Michelle Pfeiffer) loses her job and struggles to survive, resorting to increasingly desperate measures to keep what little she has left. Not rated. At the Opera Plaza.

    You Were Never Really Here
    : Joaquin Phoenix portrays a traumatized veteran who tracks down missing girls for a living in the Cannes film festival favorite by writer-director Lynne Ramsay. Rated R. At the Embarcadero.

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