Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska are the titular trio in writer-director-co-star Elizabeth Banks’ reboot of the action franchise based on the 1970s TV series. With Djimon Hounsou, Noah Centineo, Sam Claflin, Patrick Stewart. Story by Evan Spiliotopoulos, David Auburn. (119 minutes, PG-13)
An action film about Australian and New Zealand soldiers fighting in the Battle of Long Tan in Vietnam. With Travis Fimmel, Luke Bracey, Daniel Webber, Alexander England, Aaron Glenane, Nicholas Hamilton, Myles Pollard, Matt Dordan, Anthony Hayes, Richard Roxburgh. Written by Stuart Beattie. Directed by Kriv Stenders. (118 minutes, R)
NO SAFE SPACES
Comic Adam Carolla and conservative radio host Dennis Prager explore the debate over free speech in America in this documentary. With Tim Allen, Van Jones, Alan Dershowitz, Ben Shapiro, Cornel West. Directed by Justin Folk. (95 minutes, PG-13)
FORD V FERRARI
Matt Damon is American car designer Carroll Shelby and Christian Bale is British racer Ken Miles in this fact-based drama about the duo’s efforts to challenge Italian automotive legend Enzo Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France in 1966. With Jon Bernthal, Caitriona Balfe, Tracy Letts, Josh Lucas, Ray McKinnon. Written by Jez Butterworth, John Henry Butterworth, Jason Keller. Directed by James Mangold. (152 minutes, PG-13)
THE GOOD LIAR
Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren square off as an elegant if elderly grifter and his not-so-easy mark in this suspense thriller. With Russell Tovey, Jim Carter. Written by Jeffrey Hatcher, based on the novel by Nicholas Searle. Directed by Bill Condon. (109 minutes, R)
THE WARRIOR QUEEN OF JHANSI
A ruler in 19th century India leads her people in rebellion against the British East India Company. With Devika Bhise, Rupert Everett, Nathaniel Parker, Ben Lamb, Jodhi May, Derek Jacobi. Written by Swati Bhise, Devika Bhise, Olivia Emden. Directed by Swati Bhise. (103 minutes, R)
DOCUMENTARY: TURNING POINT
Turning Point, an insider’s look at the first medication that could treat Alzheimer’s disease, comes to Tampa Theatre with a screening and panel discussion with local experts. The documentary from filmmaker James Keach premiered in 2018 and follows his 2014 documentary Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me, which chronicles the late country music star’s farewell tour after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. RSVPs through the Tampa Theatre website are requested. Free. 1 p.m. Tuesday. 711 N Franklin St. (813) 274-8286. tampatheatre.org.
ALL NIGHT LONG: LIONEL RICHIE AT GLASTONBURY
You have one chance to catch the theatrical release of Lionel Richie at Glastonbury at 7 p.m. Tuesday. It’s the filmed version of the iconic performance that the legendary singer and songwriter gave during the 2015 Glastonbury Festival in England. Prices and times vary by theater. Regency 20 (Brandon), Riverview 14 (Gibsonton), Citrus Park 20 (Tampa), Park Place 16 (Pinellas Park) and Woodlands Square 20 (Oldsmar). fathomevents.com.
Dolemite Is My Name: Eddie Murphy is back, and both his old gifts and some new ones are on engaging display in the rowdy, raunchy, inescapably funny film, a gleefully profane biopic and a passion project the star has been nurturing for years.
Judy: Entertainer Judy Garland (Renée Zellweger) arrives in London in 1969 to play a series of shows while her life spirals downward. Not always effective, but at its best when Zellweger hits the stage.
Downton Abbey: In this big-screen adaptation of the TV series, excitement runs high when the Crawley family and the Downton Abbey staff learn that the king and queen will be stopping by for a visit. Screenwriter Julian Fellowes, the creative soul of the show, has delivered a knottily plotted story as tasty (and probably as nourishing) as a Pimm’s Cup.
All dates subject to change.
Nov. 22: 21 Bridges; A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood; Frozen 2
Nov. 29: Dark Waters; Knives Out; Queen & Slim
Dec. 6: A Million Little Pieces; The Aeronauts; The Banker
Times staff writer Meaghan Habuda and Times wires