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The latest releases and special screenings hitting Music City this week. For a complete list of upcoming releases, check out our 2024 Film Guide

Sasquatch Sunset Riley Keough and Jesse Eisenberg lead a quartet of Bigfeet through the woods of the Pacific Northwest in an astonishingly original, dialogue-free movie that’s equal parts hilarious, repulsive, and heartbreaking. A once-in-a-lifetime viewing experience. Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20, Regal Green Hills 16, and Regal Hollywood 27.

Abigail Radio Silence, the directing duo behind Ready or Not and the last two Screams, turn their attention to a child vampire ballerina fighting back against her kidnappers. It should pack the same fresh and jokey punch as its predecessors. It’ll also probably be Melissa Barrera’s last movie. Now playing in theaters. 

The Beast Léa Seydoux stars in this drama about rogue AI that perceives human emotions as a threat wreaking havoc. It took a while for this one to find a distributor after its festival debut last year, but that probably means it’s really good. Now playing at The Belcourt

The Tuba Thieves A hard-of-hearing documentarian investigates a series of tuba thefts in Southern California, their impact on local high school bands, and the nature of sound itself. Now playing in theaters.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare Guy Ritchie bridges the cockeyed irreverence of Snatch with his newfound love of war movies in this men-on-a-mission flick about a ragtag group of antiheroes striking Hitler’s forces behind enemy lines. With Ritchie’s trademark machismo ensemble cast that includes Henry Cavill, Henry Golding, Cary Elwes, and Alan Ritchson. Could be the best of its kind since Inglourious Basterds. Now playing in theaters.

Housekeeping for Beginners Macedonian wunderkind Goran Stolevski continues the streak he began with 2022’s You Won’t Be Alone and last year’s Of an Age with this tale of a woman who creates a makeshift family to keep some orphans out of the foster system. Now playing at AMC Murfreesboro 16 and AMC Thoroughbred 20. 

Dazed and Confused Is there a better way to spend 4/20 than with Richard Linklater’s magnum opus to 70s teenhood? Don’t inhale or think about all those townies you know who remind you of Matthew McConaughey in this movie. Playing on 4/20 at The Belcourt. 

Household Saints This long-overlooked, recently restored 90s indie focuses on an Italian-American family, including a butcher (Vincent D’Onofrio) who won his wife (Tracy Ullman) in a pinochle game and a grandmother who haunts her relatives by possessing Lili Taylor.  Playing at The Belcourt Sunday. Post-screening discussion with director Nancy Savoca, co-writer Richard Guay and rabbi and author Rami Shapiro. Moderated by writer and essayist Joe Pagetta

Lost Angel: The Genius of Judee Sill The folk-rocker whose life was cut way too short gets the doc treatment with assists from Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Fleet Foxes, David Geffen, and more. Playing at The Belcourt as part of Music City Mondays.

Villains Inc. A bunch of supervillain henchmen led by Colin from Whose Line Is It Anyway? get their shot at the big time. Now playing in theaters. 

Spy X Family Code: White Like if Mr. and Mrs. Smith was an anime and they had a telepath daughter. Now playing in theaters.

The Hopeful This weekend, the Seventh-Day Adventists don’t have to go door-to-door because they have an origin movie of their own. Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27. 

IMAX: Deep Sky You know it’s a slow box-office weekend when IMAX screens are showing pictures taken with a NASA telescope for two hours. Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20 and Regal Hollywood 27.

Hard Miles Matthew Modine plays a grizzled coach hoping to form a cycling team from the students incarcerated at a Colorado juvie facility. With Sean Astin. Now playing in theaters.

The Latest in Bolly/Tolly/Kolly/Lollywood and Other Special Presentations of Asian and Middle Eastern Imports.

Do Aur Do Pyaar (Hindi) “A couple on the brink of a breakup are cheating on each other with two sexy outsiders. Whilst they're waiting to reveal their secret and go their separate ways, life has other plans for them.” Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27. 

Rajkumar (Bengali) A son who was separated from his mother during the 1971 war goes to the U.S. to restore the relationship and heal old wounds.. Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27.