All the new films you can see in cinemas this week

From thrillers and profound impacts…

We have some big new movies this week. Enjoy some streaming platform action at home. But the real joy of the movie theater experience is all the popcorn you spill down the sides of your seat and the many bathroom trips you make from all the soda you drink. Can’t beat that. For your movie fix, here are all the new movies you can see in theaters this week.

You can’t run forever

Release: May 16

Starring: JK Simmons, Allen Leech, Fernanda Urrejola

A teenage girl suffering from anxiety due to a tragic event in her past is chased through the woods by a sociopath on a murderous rampage.

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Abigail

Release: May 16

Starring: Dan Stevens, Kathryn Newton, Melissa Barrera, Alisha Weir

After a group of would-be criminals kidnap the 12-year-old ballerina daughter of a powerful underworld figure, all they have to do is keep an eye on the girl overnight to collect a $50 million ransom. In a remote mansion, the kidnappers begin to dwindle one by one, discovering, to their increasing horror, that they are locked inside without a normal little girl.

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Knox leaves

Release: May 16

Starring: Michael Keaton, Al Pacino, Kate McKinnon

When a hitman develops a rapidly evolving form of dementia, he is given the opportunity to redeem himself by saving the life of his estranged adult son.

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Memory

Release: May 16

Starring: Peter Sarsgaard, Jessica Chastain

Sylvia is a social worker who leads a simple and structured life. This is broken open when Saul follows her home from their high school reunion. Their surprising encounter will have a profound impact on both of them as they open the door to the past.

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Best racer

Release: May 16

Starring: Luis Tosar, Inma Cuesta, Nourdin Batan

After a terrorist attack, taxi driver Santi is taken hostage by a surviving terrorist and becomes a walking human bomb.

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