“THE TRANSPORTER REFUELED”: Frank Martin, known to the French Riviera criminal underworld as the best driver money can buy, is the new Transporter. Ed Skrein (“Game of Thrones”) stars as Martin, a soft-spoken former mercenary who’ll drive a package to its destination for a price. Loan Chabanol co-stars as the femme fatale who wages a very personal war against the Transporter.
“A WALK IN THE WOODS”: In this adventure-comedy starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, Redford plays Bill Bryson, a celebrated travel writer who takes an epic hike along the Appalachian Trail. Nick Nolte co-stars as Bryson’s unlikely companion.
“MISTRESS AMERICA”: A lonely freshman in New York finds neither the exciting university experience nor the glamorous city lifestyle she envisioned. The city opens up for her, however, after she meets her future stepsister, Brooke (Greta Gerwig). Directed by Noah Baumbach (“The Squid and the Whale,” “Greenberg”).
“JIMMY’S HALL”: In 1921, Jimmy Gralton builds a dance hall at a rural Irish crossroads. As civil war approaches, the hall becomes a place where young people learn, argue, dream and, most of all, dance and have fun. The hall’s popularity draws the ire of the church and politicians. Showing at The Theaters at Canal Place.
“DOPE”: In “Dope,” a critical hit at the Sundance Film Festival, Malcolm (Shameik Moore) cautiously navigates life in a tough Los Angeles neighborhood while juggling college applications, academic interviews and the SAT. Showing at AMC Elmwood Palace 20.
“THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS”: Told in 14 fixed-angle, single shot, individual tableaus that parallel Christ’s journey to his crucifixion, “Stations of the Cross” follows Maria, a teenager whose adheres to a form of radical Catholicism that demands sacrifice and devotion at every turn. Showing at Chalmette Movies.