The Great Buddha: Two small-town nobodies who get thrills from car dash-cam videos witness more than they can handle in the dark comedy (and a digital-era homage to “Rear Window”) by Taiwanese writer-director Huang Hsin-yao. Not rated. At the Four Star.
The Insult: In the Oscar-nominated drama by Ziad Doueiri set in Beirut, an insult blown out of proportion finds two men in court. Rated R. At the Clay.
The Maze Runner: Death Cure: In the final installment of the series based on teen dystopia novels, Thomas leads his followers on their most dangerous mission yet. Rated PG-13.
Mom and Dad: Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair star in the horror comedy that imagines a 24-hour nightmare where parents worldwide succumb to a mysterious mass hysteria that turns them violently against their own children. Not rated. At the Roxie.
Vazante: The moody film by Brazilian director Daniela Thomas is about a young woman who is forced to marry a slave trader and live on his decaying farmhouse in the Brazilian mountains. Not rated. At the Opera Plaza.
Window Horses: The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming: A mixed-race Canadian poet travels to a poetry festival in Iran and discovers her own voice while opening herself to those of others in the animated coming-of-age film by director-writer-animator Ann Marie Fleming. Not rated. At the Roxie.