From left, Abby Quinn, Edie Falco and Jenny Slate star in “Landline,” an engaging family dramedy at the Kabuki. (Courtesy Amazon Studios)

From left, Abby Quinn, Edie Falco and Jenny Slate star in “Landline,” an engaging family dramedy at the Kabuki. (Courtesy Amazon Studios)

Films opening Friday, July 28, 2017

Atomic Blonde: Charlize Theron stars as an MI6 agent ordered to Berlin to break up a savage spy ring in a movie based on the graphic novel by Antony Johnston and illustrator Sam Hart. Rated R.

Detroit: The crime drama directed by Kathryn Bigelow is based on the true story of a police raid in Detroit in 1967 resulted in a days-long riot. Rated R.

The Emoji Movie: The tiny expressions living inside a smartphone come alive in the animated adventure with voices by T.J. Miller, James Corden and Anna Faris. Rated PG.

Good Fortune: The documentary tells the story of John Paul DeJoria’s journey from homelessness to gang member to becoming a billionaire (he founded the Paul Mitchell hair care line) and philanthropist. Rated PG. At the AMC Van Ness 14.

The Last Face: Javier Bardem and Charlize Theron and star as a relief aid doctor and the director of an international organization who have an affair in war-torn Liberia as they battle over the best way to help those around them. Rated R. At the Presidio.

Landline: The dramatic comedy by Gillian Robespierre, set in 1995 Manhattan, is about two sisters who suspect their father (John Turturro) may be having an affair. Rated R. At the Kabuki.

The Midwife: Catherine Frot plays a midwife who, after 30 years, forms a connection with her deceased father’s mistress (Catherine Deneuve) in the French nuanced French dramedy. Not rated. At the Clay.

Maurice: The 1987 Merchant-Ivory film, the story of the forbidden love between two men amid the stifling conformity of Edwardian England, is adapted from the E.M. Forster classic, Rated R. At the Opera Plaza.

Vida De Familia (Family Life): The dark comedy (in Spanish) from Chilean directors Alicia Scherson and Cristian Jimenez is about an emotionally damaged man who tries to set up a virtual family life in another family’s home. Not rated. At the Roxie.
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