Opening in theater’s this week

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Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; (R) restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (NC-17) no one 17 and younger admitted.

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Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; (R) restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (NC-17) no one 17 and younger admitted.

“Furious 7” — A crew of fast-driving outlaws battle the vengeful brother of a vanquished enemy. With Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Dwayne Johnson. Written by Chris Morgan. Directed by James Wan. (2:09) PG-13.

“Woman in Gold” — Sixty years after fleeing Vienna during World War II, an elderly Jewish woman sets out to retrieve family possessions seized by the Nazis, including a famous Gustav Klimt painting. With Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds and Daniel Bruhl. Written by Alexi Kaye Campbell. Directed by Simon Curtis. (1:50) PG-13.

“Cut Bank” — A mechanic longing to leave his small Montana town witnesses a murder and tries to turn a bad situation into an opportunity, only to get caught up in a police investigation. With Liam Hemsworth, Teresa Palmer and John Malkovich. Written and directed by Matt Shakman. (1:33) R.

“Effie Gray” — A biographical drama about the scandalous love triangle between Victorian art critic John Ruskin; his young wife, Euphemia Gray; and pre-Raphaelite artist John Everett Millais. With Dakota Fanning, Emma Thompson and Tom Sturridge. Written by Thompson. Directed by Richard Laxton. (1:48) PG-13.

“Last Knights” — A fallen warrior rises against a sadistic ruler to avenge his dishonored master. With Clive Owen, Cliff Curtis and Aksel Hennie. Written by Michael Konyves and Dove Sussman. Directed by Kaz I. Kiriya. (1:55) R.

“Superfast” — An undercover cop in Los Angeles infiltrates a gang of street racers as they plan to double-cross a crime kingpin. With Alex Ashbaugh, Dale Pavinski and Lili Mirojnick. Written and directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. (1:39) PG-13.

“Boychoir” — A rebellious, recently orphaned 12-year-old boy is sent to boarding school and driven to excel by his demanding singing teacher. With Dustin Hoffman, Garrett Wareing and Kathy Bates. Written by Ben Ripley. Directed by Francois Girard. (1:43) NR.

“Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving the Police” — A documentary about the rise, breakup and reunion of the English rock band the Police. Directed by Andy Grieve. (1:23) NR.

“Cupcakes” — On a lark, six friends record their response to an international singing contest and find themselves elected as the Israeli representatives for the next installment. With Anat Waxman, Ofer Shechter and Yael Bar-Zohar. Written by Eli Bijaoui and Eytan Fox. Directed by Fox. In Hebrew with English subtitles. (1:40) NR.

“5 to 7” — In New York City, an aspiring young writer and the sophisticated wife of a French diplomat enter into a “cinq a sept” affair. With Anton Yelchin, Glenn Close and Frank Langella. Written and directed by Victor Levin. (1:36) R.

“Lambert & Stamp” — A documentary about filmmakers Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, who set out to find a subject for a movie in the 1960s and ended up discovering and managing the rock band the Who. Directed by James D. Cooper. In English, French and German, with English subtitles. (1:57) R.

“Ned Rifle” — A young man sets out to find and kill his father for destroying his mother’s life but is frustrated by a mysterious vixen. With Liam Aiken, Martin Donovan and Aubrey Plaza. Written and directed by Hal Hartley. (1:25) NR.

“Sagrada: The Mystery of Creation” — A documentary about the Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi and his long-in-the-works basilica La Sagrada Familia. Directed by Stefan Haupt. In French, Spanish, English and Catalan, with English subtitles. (1:34) NR.

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“White God” — When a girl is forced to give up her beloved dog because it is deemed unfit by the state, she and her beloved pet journey back to each other while an animal uprising begins. With Szabolcs Thuroczy, Zsofia Psotta and Sandor Zsoter. Written and directed by Kornel Mundruczo. In Hungarian with English subtitles. (1:56) R.

Capsule reviews are by Kenneth Turan (K.Tu.), Betsy Sharkey (B.S.), Mark Olsen (M.O.) and other reviewers. Compiled by Oliver Gettell.