New This Week in Theaters, November 3, 2016

 Doctor Strange (PG-13)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel McAdams, Chiwetel Ejiofor

A former neurosurgeon embarks on a journey of healing only to be drawn into the world of the mystic arts.

 Hacksaw Ridge (R)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Andrew Garfield

WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people and becomes the first Conscientious Objector in American history to be awarded the Medal of Honor.

 Loving (PG-13)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Michael Shannon

Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, are sentenced to prison in Virginia in 1958 for getting married.

 Trolls (PG)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Russell Brand

A troll princess and her companion, the one unhappy troll, try to rescue her friends from being eaten by their nemeses.

 Swing State (R)
Opens on Tuesday, November 1
Starring: Taryn Manning, Billy Zane, Sean Astin

A bohemian Seattle DJ uses his on-air charisma to create a fictitious conservative radio personality becoming an overnight sensation.

 What Happened Last Night (R)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Amber Rose, Jake Thomas, Shelley Regner

Two college students, Danny and Sarah, are strangers until they wake up together after a night of partying. Told in reverse time order, the story follows what happened the night before.

 The Eagle Huntress (G)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Daisy Ridley, Aisholpan

The Eagle Huntress follows Aisholpan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter.

 Peter and the Farm (UR)
Opens on Friday, November 4
Starring: Peter Dunning

Peter Dunning is the proud proprietor of Mile Hill Farm, which sits on 187 acres in Vermont. The land’s 38 harvests have seen the arrivals and departures of three wives and four children, leaving Peter with only animals and memories. The arrival of a film crew causes him to confront his history and his legacy, passing along hard-won agricultural wisdom even as he doubts the meaning of the work he is fated to perform until death. Haunted by alcoholism and regret, Peter veers between elation and despair, often suggesting to the filmmakers his own suicide as a narrative device. He is a tragedian on a stage it has taken him most of his life to build, and which now threatens to collapse from under him. At once a postcard from paradise and a cautionary tale for our times, Peter and The Farm sifts through the potential energy of a human life, that which is used and that which is squandered.

Synopsis by IMDB.

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