Other new movie releases for March 30

Andy Downing
“Pacific Rim Uprising”

New in Theaters:

“Tyler Perry's Acrimony”

This might come as a surprise from the title, but “Tyler Perry's Acrimony” is a new film from director Tyler Perry, a man who likely signs his autograph “Tyler Perry's signature by Tyler Perry.”

“God's Not Dead: A Light in Darkness”

Yes she is.

Also Playing:

“Pacific Rim Uprising”

John Boyega (best known as Finn in the latest “Star Wars” update) stars in this cartoonish, sci-fi action thriller, which finds human-operated robots waging war against massive sea monsters.


Trailers for this Steven Soderbergh thriller look … unsettling, to say the least. Claire Foy (“The Crown”) stars as a woman who may or may not be losing her grip on reality amid an episode with a stalker.

“The Death of Stalin”

Director Armando Iannucci ("Veep") provides some much-needed laughs in a political satire that hits a little too close to home. Even if it's not quite as good as his previous film, “In the Loop,” admission is worth it for Steve Buscemi's Nikita Khrushchev alone. (3 stars)

“Tomb Raider”

The headline fromThe Guardian appears to sum up this rebooted franchise nicely: “Alicia Vikander's Lara Croft is a badass bore.”

“A Wrinkle in Time”

Ava DuVernay's “A Wrinkle in Time” is a wild ride, and should be lauded for a diverse and inclusive cast, but it falls well short of the classic young-adult book on which it's based. (3 stars)

“7 Days in Entebbe”

Minor quibble with this hijacker drama: Why not title it “A Week in Entebbe”?