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Best movies going to theaters in Florida near me and streamed this week

Best movies going to theaters in Florida near me and streamed this week

After starting this year’s summer movie season with “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, Marvel will debut its latest superhero blockbuster “Thor: Love and Thunder” on the big screen this week. While there aren’t many other new releases that will dare to challenge Marvel’s ticket sales, there are a few counter-programming options, including the drama “The Forgiven,” which are theatrically expanding. And streaming service options include a renowned animated film on its way to Netflix. Here are the highlights of the week.

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1. “Thor: Love and Thunder”

The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie features Chris Hemsworth starring as Avenger, with Natalie Portman returning as Jane Foster, Christian Bale and Russell Crowe joining the cast as Gorr the God Butcher and Zeus, and Thor’s MCU comrades The Guardians of the galaxy appears. Director, co-writer and co-star Taika Waititi will also return, whose 2017 film “Thor: Ragnarok” is one of the more entertaining MCU films, with this sequel hopefully joining these ranks.

Where can you see: Theater on Friday

2. ‘The Forgiven’

John Michael McDonagh, the brother of Oscar-winning and Tony-nominated filmmaker-playwright Martin McDonagh, directs this adaptation of the 2012 novel about a couple (recently Oscar-winning Jessica Chastain and Ralph Fiennes) who while driving to a friend’s party in Morocco, drive over and kill a young local. McDonagh has built a solid filmography with films such as “The Guard” and “Calvary”, and “The Forgiven” received positive reviews at the premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last year.

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Where can you see: Limited release in theaters

3. ‘The sea animal’

Chris Williams, who has directed best animated films Oscar-winning / nominated films such as “Big Hero 6” and “Moana”, debuts as a solo director with this film after a young girl (with a voice from Zaris-Angel Hator) who lives away on the same ship as a sea monster hunter (expressed by “The Boys” star Karl Urban.) “The Sea Beast” premiered at this year’s Annecy International Animation Film Festival, where it received strong reviews, suggesting that Williams can compete at. The Oscars again soon.

Where can you see: Netflix on Friday

4. ‘Dream Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel’

The documentary documents New York’s Chelsea Hotel, home to artists such as Patti Smith and Dylan Thomas (and immortalized in song by Leonard Cohen), and its modern occupants as the building undergoes renovations to reopen to the public. With legendary director Martin Scorsese as one of its executive producers, “Dreaming Walls: Inside the Chelsea Hotel” was screened at film festivals such as the Berlin International Film Festival and the Tribeca Festival before being launched at home.

Where can you see: Video on demand on Friday

5. ‘The only one’

Briana Scurry blocks a penalty kick by China's Ying Liu during overtime of the Rose Bowl World Cup final for women.

This documentary follows National Soccer Hall of Fame-introduced retired goalkeeper Briana Scurry, who won two Olympic gold medals and whose penalty rescue helped the United States win the Women’s World Cup in 1999. Along with describing these career highlights, as well as some of her personal struggles, “The Only” examines the groundbreaking legacy of Scurry, who is not only a black woman (the first to be inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame), but also openly gay.

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Where can you see: Paramount + on Tuesday

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