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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.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga We’ve waited nine years to revisit the unadulterated spectacle that George Miller brought to Fury Road. Now, it’s finally time to witness the origin of the one-armed Furiosa (Anya Taylor-Joy) as the world collapses and she contends with a new gluttonous madman (Chris Hemsworth). Miller has long been the Spielberg of Australia. If the film’s reception at Cannes is any indication, he may also be the unofficial savior of the summer box office. Now playing in theaters

Sight Angel Studios’s summer release focuses on Nashville eye surgeon Dr. Ming Wang, who escaped Communist China to become both a world-renowned leader in restoring vision to orphaned children and the epitome of the American Dream. With Terry Chen and Greg Kinnear. Now playing in theaters.

Battle Royale and The Faculty See the Japanese movie The Hunger Games mercilessly ripped off and that undervalued late-90s classic about aliens taking over Usher and Elijah Wood’s high school in one weekend. Playing at Belcourt Midnights this weekend

Cape Fear No disrespect to DeNiro and Scorsese, but seeing Gregory Peck as a good-natured lawyer defending his family against Robert Mitchum’s revenge-seeking madman is one of cinema’s all-time great face-offs. Playing this weekend at The Belcourt.

Babes Ilana Glazer stars as a single woman stuck in arrested development while preparing for the unexpected birth of her first child. It’s sure to be the post-Dobbs narrative of empowerment most people never asked for. Now playing at AMC Thoroughbred 20 and The Belcourt

The Garfield Movie If we really have to go down this road again, at least Chris Pratt and Sam Jackson lend their voices to the ride. Now playing in theaters

National Lampoon’s Vacation Having a conversation with anyone who guffaws at Wally World and thinks Chevy Chase is funny in anything but Fletch is a dealbreaker for me. Playing Sunday at The Belcourt. 

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

Love Me (Telugu) Details are scarce on the latest Tollywood romantic thriller about a man who falls in love with a ghost. Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27. 

Turbo (Malayalam) A jeep driver finds that high-octane trouble follows him everywhere when he’s forced to relocate after an altercation with his friends. Now playing at Regal Hollywood 27.