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The latest releases and special screenings hitting Music City this week. For a list of new and upcoming films, check out our 2023 Movie Guide.

With the Oscars coming up on Sunday, The Belcourt and both AMC and Regal will be showcasing all the Best Picture contenders and other high-profile nominees through next weekend. Special pricing is available at certain locations.

Scream VI The perpetually fresh horror franchise relocates to NYC as Ghostface stalks Courtney Cox and new final girls Melissa Barrera and Jenna Ortega while the writers figure out how to handle the departure of series star Neve Campbell after a contract dispute. A Scream movie set in Eric Adams’ Big Apple is pretty much a documentary at this point, but we’ll be there on opening night to see the film with a crowd of fans before spoilers ruin everything.

Now playing in theaters.

Champions If any actor could make a dramedy about a pompous NBA coach who falls from grace, gets a DUI, and takes a court-mandated position mentoring a Special Olympics basketball team of disabled adults worth the price of admission, it’s Woody Harrelson. Even if it ends up as a sentimental retread of  The Mighty Ducks, it's the reason we got Woody’s SNL monologue last month, which was funnier and more daring than anything Hollywood has put out in years.

Now playing in theaters.

The Quiet Girl A nine-year-old from an abusive home moves to rural Ireland to live with foster parents, but discovers their hidden secrets in this Oscar nominee for best foreign film that perfectly captures a child’s eye view of the nation circa 1981.

Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20 and The Belcourt.

65 Adam Driver and a little girl fight dinosaurs after an accidental time warp in a movie worth seeing because it’s about Adam Driver and a little girl accidentally traveling through time and fighting dinosaurs. From the writers of A Quiet Place.

Now playing in theaters.

The Magic Flute This retelling of Mozart’s opera produced by Independence Day filmmaker Roland Emmerich and co-starring Amadeus’s F. Murray Abraham looks as meta as a Scream movie and as all over the place as Wolfgang trying to tell a cogent fart joke on a Vienna bender.

Now playing at Regal theaters.

Southern Gospel A country singer sowing his wild oats devotes his life to God after a scrape with the law in this low-budget Christian movie that makes The Jesus Revolution look even better.

Now playing in theaters.