Be a super trouper and check out ‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’ this week at the movies


“Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”: Cher and Andy Garcia (as a character named Fernando, natch) are on board for this ABBA-infused sequel. PG-13

“Eighth Grade”: Comedian Bo Burnham wrote and directed this movie about 13-year-old Kayla’s last week of eighth grade. R

“Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot”: Gus Van Sant-helmed movie is based on a memoir by quadriplegic cartoonist John Callahan. Joaquin Phoenix stars. R

“Unfriended: The Dark Web”: A found laptop opens up the deadly world of the dark web. R

“The Equalizer 2”: Director Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington team up again in a sequel to the action thriller loosely based on the 1980s TV series. R

“The Cakemaker”: When his married Israeli lover dies, a German baker seeks out the man’s family — with unexpected results. NR

“On the Seventh Day”: A soccer player who happens to be in the U.S. illegally must choose between his job and playing in the finals. NR


“I Feel Pretty”: A tamer Amy Schumer in a pretty good movie about what it means to be beautiful. PG-13 **1/2

“Isle of Dogs”: Wes Anderson’s creativity is on full display in this animated film about a boy and his lost dog. PG-13 ****

“Rampage”: Dwayne Johnson stars in this silly, throwback monster movie that’s tons of fun. PG-13 **

“Truth or Dare”: Horror flick could have been wicked fun but gets lost in shenanigans surround a curse. PG-13 *1/2

“Super Troopers 2”: Raunchier than the original, the sequel is stuck in permanent adolescence. R * 1/2

“Traffik”: Paula Patton and Omar Epps star in this romantic-weekend-gone-very-wrong flick. R

“Disobedience”: Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams give towering performances in a daring depiction of complex love. R ***

“You Were Never Really Here”: Joaquin Phoenix is riveting in this stripped-down, hypnotic movie about a thug for hire. R ***1/2

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