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    The Book of Life

    The Book of Life

    It's called The Book of Life, but it takes place on the Day of the Dead. That's the big spiritual conundrum discerning families will have to grapple with if they're curious about this otherwise vibrant (if occasionally mildly violent) animated adventure.

    Rating: PG

    The Best of Me

    The Best of Me

    This overwrought romance gives us, of course, two likable lovers—and a really problematic love story.

    Rating: PG-13

    Fury

    Fury

    Brad Pitt's World War II tank warfare movie rubs our cinematic faces in two hours of grimy, dirty, charred-flesh misery.

    Rating: R

    Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

    Walt Disney wrote the book on sweet, silly, slapstick family movies like this one. So we want to know what kind of day he would be having if he saw some of the 21st-century stuff Alexander has to deal with.

    Rating: PG

    The Judge

    The Judge

    Beneath the glib asides and beetle-browed courtroom angst, this judge-accused-of-murder tale is far less about legal entanglements than it is a slowly unspooling story of an estranged father and son searching for reconciliation.

    Rating: R

    Dracula Untold

    Dracula Untold

    A new dimension of the ancient monster Dracula is being exposed to the sunlight. Was he really just a misunderstood and oh-so-swoon-worthy action hero?

    Rating: PG-13