What’s Playing in Theaters This Weekend: 03/19/2021 | ETC

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The Courier: Cold War Spy Greville Wynne and his Russian source try to end the Cuban Missile Crisis. Rated PG-13 for violence, partial nudity, short, strong language, and smoking. (C14)

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Chaos Walking: A dystopian world where there are no women and all living beings can hear each other’s thoughts in a stream of images, words and sounds called noise. Rated PG-13 for violence and language. (C14)

The father: A man refuses any help from his daughter when he gets older. As he tries to understand his changing circumstances, he begins to doubt his loved ones, his own mind, and even the structure of his reality. Rated PG-13 for strong language and thematic material. (C14)

I Still Believe: The true story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss to prove that there is always hope. Rated PG for thematic material. (C14)

Judas and the Black Messiah: Bill O’Neal infiltrates the Black Panther Party, according to FBI agents Mitchell and J. Edgar Hoover. When party chairman Fred Hampton rises and falls in love with another revolutionary on the way, there is a battle for O’Neal’s soul. Rated R for violence and ubiquitous language. (C14)

The little things: Two cops track down a serial killer. Rated R for violent / disturbing imagery, language, and full nudity. (C14)

Long weekend: a writer struggling with happiness meets an enigmatic woman who comes into his life at the right time. Rated R for speech throughout. (C14)

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King: Gandalf and Aragorn lead the human world against Sauron’s army to divert his gaze from Frodo and Sam as they approach the doom of the mountain with the one ring. Rated PG-13 for intense epic battle sequences and terrifying visuals. (HE)

The Marksman: A rancher on the Arizona border becomes the unlikely defender of a young Mexican boy who is desperate to flee the cartel assassins who sent him to the US PG-13 for violence, some bloody pictures and short, strong language have followed. (C14)

Nomadland: After a woman has lost everything in the Great Recession, she embarks on a journey through the American West and lives as a modern nomad in a van. Rated R for some full nudity. (C14)

Promising Young Woman: A young woman traumatized by a tragic event in her past seeks revenge on those who crossed her path. Rated R for strong violence, including sexual assault, language, sexual material, and drug use. (C14)

Raya and the Last Dragon: In a realm called Kumandra, a newly invented earth inhabited by an ancient civilization, a warrior named Raya is determined to find the last dragon. Rated PG for some violence, action and thematic elements. (C14)

Tom and Jerry: An adaptation of the classic Hanna Barbera estate that shows how Tom and Jerry met and shaped their rivalry. Rated PG for cartoon violence, rude humor, and short language. (C14)

Information is based on data available at the time of going to press for AMC Classic Cherry Blossom 14 (C14), Elk Rapids Cinema (ER), Bay Community Theater in Suttons Bay (BAY) and Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theater in Honor ( CB) were available. .

The AMC Classic Cherry Blossom 14 also offers private demonstrations for up to 20 people. Reservations are accepted online. Food and drinks can be purchased in the concession area. Moviegoers must wear face masks when they are not eating or drinking. The theater shows films from Friday to Sunday.

The State Theater and Bijou By the Bay in Traverse City will remain closed until further notice. An online theater offers one to three films every Friday on thevirtualstate.org. Traverse City Film Festival members and theater members can rent films for $ 6. Members of the public for $ 12.

The Bay Community Theater in Suttons Bay plans to reopen this year, but a date is not yet planned. Private screenings are available at 4 a.m.:Daily at 30 or 7.30 p.m. Questions: [email protected]

The garden theater in Frankfurt is to be reopened for regular film screenings by summer 2021. While the theater is closed, the “Keep the Garden Growing” fundraising campaign will take place. Contact: [email protected]

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