What’s opening in theaters this week

Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo are shown in a scene from "Spotlight." (Photo credit: Open Road Films)

Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo are shown in a scene from “Spotlight.” (Photo credit: Open Road Films)

Opening Friday:
“Spotlight” (R): Mark Ruffalo, Elizabeth McAdams, Michael Keaton and Liev Schreiber star as some of the Boston Globe reporters and editors who successfully investigated the Catholic Church’s conspiracy to cover up serial sexual abuse.
“Love the Coopers” (PG-13): Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Diane Keaton, Anthony Mackie and Amanda Seyfried are among the members of four generations of a family who reunite to celebrate Christmas. Adorable hijinks and heartwarming melodrama ensue.
“My All American” (PG): A University of Texas football star (Finn Wittrock) relies on the help of his coach (Aaron Eckhart) to confront an unexpected dilemma.
“The 33” (PG-13): Patricia Riggen (“Under the Same Moon”) directs this drama recounting the harrowing experiences of a group of 33 men who were trapped underground after the collapse of a Chilean mine.
“Love” (unrated): Gaspar Noé (“Irreversible,” “Enter the Void”) wrote and directed this sexually graphic, adults-only drama about a couple who invite a neighbor into their bed. Shot in 3D, for maximum titillation.

In stores Tuesday:
“Terminator: Genisys” (DVD/Blu-ray): Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to his signature role as the killing machine from the future. “Game of Thrones’” Emilia Clarke takes over as Sarah Con-nah.
“Trainwreck” (DVD/Blu-ray): Amy Schumer wrote and stars in this raucous comedy about a promiscuous woman who must change her ways after meeting Mr. Right (Bill Hader).
“Mr. Holmes” (DVD/Blu-ray): Ian McKellen is the aging Sherlock Holmes, out to solve one final case in Bill Condon’s critically-acclaimed drama.
“Better Call Saul: Season 1” (DVD/Blu-ray): Year one in the adventures of Bob Odenkirk’s corrupt lawyer, set before the events of “Breaking Bad.”
“Code Unknown” (DVD/Blu-ray): Michael Haneke’s drama about a group of strangers linked by a random act gets the Criterion Collection treatment.


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