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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.

Godland A 19th-century Lutheran priest becomes tempted by desires carnal and colonial amid a harsh Icelandic landscape in this breathtakingly shot Danish tale.

Now playing at The Belcourt.

Full River Red This highly original Chinese action comedy about the origins of the 12th-century Jin rebellion against the Song Dynasty is sure to be a viral stunner.

Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27.

Inside An art heist gone wrong leaves Willem Dafoe trapped in a swanky apartment for a one-man show of a psychological thriller that also features a groundbreaking performance by a bird.

Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20.

Leprechaun 3 Before he went to space and the ‘hood, that dastardly Irish bastard tried his luck in Vegas in the middle entry of this giddily low-rent horror franchise.

Playing  at The Belcourt on St. Patrick’s Day at 11:59pm

Return to Seoul A South Korean native raised in France discovers her roots in this serpentine Oscar nominee for best foreign film.

Now playing at The Belcourt.

Shazam! Fury of the Gods A foster kid who turns into Zachary Levi by yelling an interjection faces off against Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu to save the world in the latest DC superhero sequel.

Now playing in theaters.

Carole King: Home Again Live in Central Park This never released documentary of Carole King’s 1973 homecoming concert traces her rise into one of America’s greatest singer-songwriters. If you're out on the road / Feeling lonely, and so cold / All you have to do is visit The Belcourt…

Moving On In the latest film of the Fondassance, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin seek revenge against their late best friend’s husband played by Malcolm McDowell who probably misses his pals from A Clockwork Orange right about now.

Now playing in theaters.

A Snowy Day in Oakland A cosmopolitan psychologist from San Francisco moves her practice to Oakland and finds herself through the power of community in this black-produced comedy that’s too uplifting for the white liberal demo.

Now playing in Regal theatres.