New movies in theaters – Love, Simon and more

Love, Simon posterThe first gay teenage romance, Love, Simon hits theaters today, starring Nick Robinson, in addition to the long-awaited Lara Croft reboot — Tomb Raider — a thrilling adventure for all ages. Not only that, but the buzzed-about inspirational drama, I Can Only Imagine debuts across North America in addition to the terrorist thriller 7 Days in Entebbe. ~Alexandra Heilbron

Love, Simon – Simon (Nick Robinson) is living a normal life, attending high school, where he has a close group of friends. But Simon has a big secret no one knows about — he is gay. When someone finds out and threatens to reveal his secret, Simon feels like his world might fall apart. Click for showtimes.
Trailer: Love, Simon

Tomb Raider – Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) travels to an island to find her father (Dominic West), who’s been missing for seven years. There, she finds Mathias Vogel (Walton Goggins), who’s been searching for an ancient treasure in a tomb.  Click for showtimes. Click here to read our review. Click here for our interview with Walton Goggins.
Trailer: Tomb Raider

7 Days in Entebbe – A flight out of Tel Aviv is taken hostage by German terrorists (Rosamund PikeDaniel Brühl) who are sympathetic to the Palestinian cause. They force the pilots to land the plane in Entebbe, where the 239 passengers — including 84 Israelis and the Air France crew — are taken hostage. Click for showtimes.
Trailer: 7 Days in Entebbe

I Can Only Imagine – Based on the true story behind the inspiring, chart-topping song of the same name, written by MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard. Click for showtimes.
Trailer: I Can Only Imagine

The Leisure Seeker – An elderly couple (Helen Mirren, Donald Sutherland) with serious illnesses decide to live their last days on the road instead of in a hospital. Opening in Toronto, Vancouver and Montréal. Click for showtimes.
Trailer: The Leisure Seeker

The Death of Stalin – When tyrannical dictator Joseph Stalin drops dead, his parasitic cronies square off in a frantic power struggle to be the next Soviet leader in this hilarious comedy starring Steve Buscemi. Opening in Toronto. Click for showtimes.
Trailer: The Death of Stalin

Dear Dictator – Teenager Tatiana (Odeya Rush) admires Communist dictator Anton Vincent (Michael Caine), despite his obvious faults, including the fact that he murders innocent people. She begins a correspondence with him, and so when Vincent is ousted from his country, he turns up at Tatiana’s house to seeks refuge. Opening in Toronto. Click for showtimes.
Trailer: Dear Dictator

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