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Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

Short takes: This week’s movie listings and reviews

July 28th, 2016

Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Film

    At most, it’s Slightly Imperfect Moms.

  • Film

    As an action hero, Bourne is as effective as ever. As a character, though, he probably should have been allowed to stay off the grid.

  • A&E

    It’s a Kingian/Spielbergian fantasia on ’80s themes: small towns and big imaginations, unexplained phenomena in broken homes, how those nerds on the banana-seat bikes are ...

  • Film

    The star will be in town this weekend for the film's premiere pool party at the Stratosphere.

  • Film

    A movie about challenging conventional wisdom eventually succumbs to just that.

  • Film

    The film takes a long time to get beyond ABC Family levels of teen drama.

  • Film

    It’s just like a Star Trek episode—in only the best way.

  • Film

    Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Film

    Audiences just looking for a handful of jump moments might find the horror flick satisfactory.

  • Film

    Our list starts with Shinzon. But who took the top spot?

  • Film

    This movie may test the patience of even the most ardent Ab Fab fans.

  • Film

    It's easily the worst one yet, a lazy, unfocused, cluttered mess.

  • Film

    Compared to much of what Hollywood has been churning out this summer, the South Korean blockbuster is high-quality entertainment.

  • Film

    It turns out to be more Nicholas Sparks than Wong Kar-wai.

  • Film

    Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Film

    The remake features strong comedy with an impressively talented cast, but eventually ends up overwhelmed by the demands of its large-scale action storyline.

  • Film

    It doesn’t offer much of a twist on the familiar high-school setting, or even on the idea that teachers and administrators are despicable.

  • Film

    With Outlaws and Angels, the Vegas native has a burgeoning career as a filmmaker.

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  • NewsAllSports

    Since opening in April on the Strip, T-Mobile Arena has had a relatively smooth entry into the event game in Las Vegas. The first major ...

  • Kats Report

    Early this week, Clint Holmes made the off-handed remark, “Everyone’s shows are closing while mine is opening.”

  • FeaturedCaesars PalaceLas Vegas Strip

    It’s hard to comprehend now what Caesars palace meant to Las Vegas when it first opened in 1966. It had just 680 rooms (today: 4,610) ...

  • AllAggregateMusic

    As the frontman for the superstar rock band formed in Las Vegas, Reynolds appears with such stars as Josh Groban, Michael Bolton, Ann and Nancy ...

  • Industry Weekly

    It's nothing less than an icon of late-night Vegas eats.

  • Kats Report

    Deepak Chopra is playing the big room at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 28.

  • Music

    If Tom DeLonge wanted to witness something paranormal, he only needed to attend his former band’s concert Saturday night at The Joint in the Hard ...

  • Intersection

    The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority recently invited artist Rich McCor to play in the city.

  • Opinion

    The Republican conclave in Cleveland was itself a tale of two cities. There were the best of times: the Trump children speaking about their father ...

  • Opinion

    We applaud Donald Trump for his promise, at the start of his acceptance speech as the Republican Party’s candidate for president, to set out “a ...

  • Kats Report

    This week, Monday By the Numbers tilts nostalgically to Flamingo Las Vegas headliner Olivia Newton-John and Cindy Williams.

  • Kats Report

    "I have been making these movies most of my adult life. I’m really proud of them and was really thrilled to come back and play ...

  • Nightlife

    And one club is opening this weekend. Get the details here.

  • Industry Weekly

    This year is shaping up to be a big one for the Aussie rapper-model.

  • Intersection

    We spoke with Fagel about the positive and widespread reception of his poem "A Brief Note for Dallas" and the surprising maturity of Las Vegas.

  • Reviews

    It’s a pretty place for pretty people to nibble and sip—a perfect fit for the Cosmopolitan.

  • Intersection

    Apparently 4.3 percent of Silver State residents identify as LGBT.

  • Industry Weekly

    Each sandwich is so good you’ll want to order another right after you’ve devoured the first.

  • Dining

    The new beer-centric bar boasts a rotating list of 365 brews.

  • Industry Weekly

    Also, catch Clinton Sparks at Light, Calvin Harris at Omnia, Joe Jonas at Hyde, Kaskade at Encore Beach Club and more.