“Terminator: Genisys” (PG-13)
Emilia Clarke from “Game of Thrones” plays Sarah Connor . . . the mother of the guy who’ll grow up to lead the human resistance against the machines in the future.
In the original “Terminator” timeline, John Connor sends his best friend back in time to protect his mom from Arnold Schwarzenegger, the robot assassin sent to kill her.
In this new timeline, Arnold is a reprogrammed T-800 who went even further back in time to rescue Sarah from a terminator that kills her parents. So he raises her and has years to train her before Kyle Reese and the original terminator appear in 1984.
After a major battle between Old Arnold and Young Arnold, Kyle shows up and there’s a T-1000 waiting to kill HIM. But Sarah saves him and gets to use his line from the first movie, quote, “Come with me if you want to live.”
“Magic Mike XXL” (R)
It’s been three years since Channing Tatum’s character Mike quit stripping to open his own furniture business. But when his buddies ask him to join them for one final performance at an annual stripping convention he can’t resist.
So he joins Matt Bomer, Joe Manganiello, and Adam Rodriguez on a road trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Along the way they meet up with Michael Strahan and Donald Glover, who are busting moves for Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Amber Heard and Andie MacDowell are also in it.
“Jackie & Ryan”
Ben Barnes stars as a train-hopping musician who comes into the life of Katherine Heigl, a single mom fighting for custody of her daughter.
“Faith of Our Fathers”
Sort of a religious movie. It’s about two guys on a trip to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to honor their fathers, after reading letters their dads wrote to them during the war. The supporting cast includes Stephen Baldwin, Si Robertson from “Duck Dynasty”, and Candace Cameron Bure from “Full House”.