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MOVIES - Week of October 25
For fun, a young nurse installs an app that predicts your death day, but discovers other people with the app are dying — and she can’t uninstall it. 90 min (Starts Thursday night)
The LighthouseThe Lighthouse
Two lighthouse keepers (Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson) in the 1890s have difficulty getting along. 110 min (Starts Thursday night in select theatres, opens wide Friday)
Western StarsWestern Stars
Bruce Springsteen performs his latest album Western Stars live at his 100-year-old barn on his property in New Jersey. 83 min
Black and BlueBlack and Blue
A rookie cop (Naomie Harris) is in danger after her body cam captures corrupt officers murdering a drug dealer. 87 min (Starts Thursday night)
Jojo RabbitJojo Rabbit
During WWII, a little German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) has an imaginary friend – a goofy Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi). 108 min (Toronto. Opens Nov 1 in Mtl/Van/Cal/Edm/Ott and expands to more cities Nov 8).
Pain and GloryPain and Glory
A retired movie director (Antonio Banderas) who endures chronic physical pain looks back at his life and work. 113 min (Montreal. Opens Oct 25 in Tor/Ott, on Nov 1 in Van, then expands Nov 8)
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