FAIRFIELD — This weekend, a theater vacation turns into a nightmare. In one movie, a deadly virus is unleashed on unsuspecting people for the sake of a group of friends. In another, a tragic accident in a foreign land turns a couple’s hideout into a horrific disaster.
Nationwide openings are:
“fear,” A movie that turns a vacation into a nightmare for a group of people who have to face an epidemic. This movie is rated R.
“infinity pool,” A couple, James (Alexander Skarsgard) and Em (Cleopatra Coleman), enjoy the perfect vacation on the pristine beach of a luxury resort. But guided by the enchanting and mysterious Gabi (Mia Goth), they venture outside the resort grounds and find themselves in a culture of violence, hedonism and unspoken terror. increase. A tragic accident forces them to face a zero-tolerance policy against crime. Either you will be executed, or if you are rich you will see yourself die. This movie is rated R.
“Left Behind: The Rise of the Antichrist” The only light after the world descends into chaos is a charming new leader who has been elevated to the rank of head of the United Nations, but does he bring hope for a better future? Or is it the end of the world? The movie is rated PG-13.
Here are the openings for the limited release:
“Aurora: Love Story” Kenny and Gisele get married on a beach in Puerto Rico. When Giselle disappears on the day of the ceremony, a crazy series of events uncovers secrets, lies and betrayals that threaten to destroy the fairytale love story. This movie is not rated.
“Billy Eilish Live at the O2” Featuring a never-before-seen extended cut of this compelling concert footage, it takes viewers on a visually captivating journey from start to finish and is at the center of Irish record-breaking sellouts. I will take you on a world tour that is happier than ever. A full-length concert featuring his performance and intimate and unforgettable moments between Billy and the audience. In just over 95 minutes, the concert film includes hits and fan favorites like “bad guy,” “Therefore I Am,” “bury a friend,” “my future,” “Happier Than Ever,” and “everything I want.” ”, “Your power”, etc. This movie is not rated.
“The Cairo Conspiracy” The son of a fisherman, Adam has the ultimate privilege of studying at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, the epicenter of Sunni Islam. Shortly after arriving in Cairo, the university’s highest-ranking religious leader, Grand His Imam, suddenly dies, and Adam soon becomes a pawn in a ruthless power struggle among Egypt’s religious and political elite. This movie is not rated.
“near,” Leo and Remi, 13-year-old best friends, find their seemingly inseparable bond suddenly and tragically torn apart. The movie is rated PG-13.
“Maybe so.” Michelle (Emma Roberts) and Allen’s (Luke Bracey) relationship has reached a stage where they are considering their next steps. They eventually decide to invite their parents over to see why their marriage works. After all, parents already know each other so well that they disagree on the value of marriage. The movie is rated PG-13.
“Remember this,” David Strathairn’s one-man show portraying Jan Karski, a genre-challenging true story of a World War II hero and Holocaust eyewitness. and risks his life to bring the first sightings of war-torn Poland to the Western world and, ultimately, to the Oval Office. Having escaped from a Gestapo prison, witnessed the despair of his ghetto in Warsaw, and faced the inhumanity of the death camps, Karski stands proudly in the halls of power and, in order to speak the truth, seeks an unspeakable spirit. Endure physical pain and physical torture. This movie is not rated.
For Edwards Cinema in Fairfield, visit www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-edwards-fairfield-imax. For showtimes of Bakaville, visit www.brendentheatres.com. For Vallejo showtimes, check www.cinemark.com/theatres/ca-vallejo. For more information on upcoming films, please visit www.movieinsider.com.