Here are the new movies playing in Corpus Christi this week – Caller Times

Everyone loves going to the movies to check out the latest flick, and sometimes you might prefer to enjoy a film from the comfort of your own home.
Every Thursday, the Caller-Times will keep you up to date on what is headed to your local theater and what is new to streaming services that week.
Check below to see what is new in Corpus Christi-area theaters starting Friday.
Rated R, 1 hours and 55 minutes
Bobby, a single podcast host, crosses paths with Aaron, a muscular man who Bobby writes off as a boring jock. Both having commitment issues, they attempt a go at a relationship.
Starring: Billy Eichner, Luke Macfarlane, Dot-Marie Jones and Debra Messing
Where to watch:Alamo Drafthouse, AMC Corpus Christi 16, Century 16, Movies Inc. and Northshore 8
Rated R, 1 hour and 55 minutes
After witnessing a bizarre incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter starts to become terrorized by overwhelming occurrences of people smiling.
Starring: Sosie Bacon, Kyle Gallner, Caitlin Stasey and Kal Penn
Where to watch: Alamo Drafthouse, AMC Corpus Christi 16 and Century 16
Rated R, 1 hour and 54 minutes
Hildy Good’s compartmentalized life starts to unravel after she rekindles an old romance and becomes entwined with her drinking problems.
Starring: Sigourney Weaver, Kevin Kline, Morena Baccarin and Beverly D’Angelo.
Where to watch: Century 16, Movies Inc. and Northshore 8
Currently not rated, runtime unknown
The documentary dives into the tragic story about Kristene Chapa and her girlfriend, Molly Olgin, who were both shot in the head, sexually assaulted and left for dead in Portland in 2012.
Where to watch: Northshore 8
‘Ponniyin Selva: Part One’: The film tells the story of the early days of Arulmozhivarman, a powerful king, who went to become the great Chola emperor of Rajaraja Chola I. The showing is in Tamil with English subtitles. Not rated currently with a runtime of 2 hours and 50 minutes.
‘The Greatest Beer Run Ever’: Based on a true story, Chickie decides to be a supportive friend and bring his friends American beer — while they are fighting in Vietnam. Rated R with a runtime of 2 hours and 6 minutes.
‘Jeepers Creepers: Reborn’: After experiencing premonitions associated with The Creeper, Laine believes something supernatural has been summoned and she is at the center of it all. Rated R with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes.
‘Vikram Vedha’: A tough police officer sets out to track down and kill an equally tough gangster. The showing is in Hindi with English subtitles. Not rated currently with a runtime of 2 hours and 27 minutes.
‘The Mummy’ and ‘The Bride of Frankenstein’: This double feature screening features two of Boris Karloff’s most iconic horror films. Showing starts Saturday. Both not rated with a runtime of 1 hour and 13 minutes and 1 hour and 15 minutes.
‘Mother Teresa: No Greater Love’: The faith documentary showcases who Mother Teresa was and how her vision continues today. Showing starts Monday. Not currently rated with a runtime of 1 hour and 55 minutes.
‘The Lost Boys’: After moving to a new town, two brothers discover the area is a refuge for vampires. Showing starts Wednesday. Rated R with a runtime of 1 hour and 37 minutes.
‘Mean Girls’: When homeschooled Cady Heron in enrolled in public school at 16, she is thrown into the world of popularity, frenemies and cliques. Screening starts Friday, which is a Movie Party and will include fun props and an immersive experience. A regular showing will be on Monday. Rated PG-13 with a runtime of 1 hour and 37 minutes.
‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’: Bilbo and company are forced to continue in a war against an array of foes and keep the Lonely Mountain from falling into the hands of rising darkness. Screenings are on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday. Rated PG-13 with a runtime of 2 hours and 24 minutes.
‘Fright Night’: A teen discovers his new neighbor is a vampire, so he turns to an actor in a television horror show to help deal with the undead. Screening are on Saturday and Wednesday. Rated R with a runtime of 1 hour and 46 minutes.
‘Piggy’: Bullied by a group of “cool girls,” an overweight teen witnesses them being kidnapped by a stranger but doesn’t tell anyone. Will her guilt get the best of her or is her well-being more important? Screening is on Tuesday. Currently not rated with a runtime of 1 hour and 30 minutes.
‘Flesh for Frankenstein’: Show in 3-D, Baron Frankenstein creates two zombies, one male and the other female, with a plan to create a master race. Screening is on Tuesday. Rated R with a runtime of 1 hour and 35 minutes.
‘Hocus Pocus 2’: The Sanderson Sisters are back, 29 years later, and are still hungry for the souls of children. On Disney+ Friday.
‘Into the Deep’: A documentary about journalist Kim Wall, who disappears after boarding inventor Peter Madsen’s submarine, whose story about her keeps changing. On Netflix Friday.
‘My Best Friend’s Exorcism’: Set in 1998, teen besties grapple with a demon that makes themselves at home in one of their bodies. On Amazon Prime Friday.
‘Rainbow’: A modern coming-of-age take on the novel “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.” On Netflix Friday.
‘Jumping From High Places’: To honor her best friend’s last wish, a young woman with severe anxiety confronts her greatest fears to try and reclaim her life, and perhaps find love. On Netflix Wednesday.
‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’: At the funeral of his older friend, a teen puts the dead man’s phone in his pocket before being buried. He later sends him a text message and is shocked when he gets a response. On Netflix Wednesday.
Prince Andrew: Banished’: A documentary about Prince Andrew and his behavior that brought “scandal and disgrace” to the royal family. On Peacock Wednesday.
‘Togo’: A car attendant must defend his territory and neighbors from drug traffickers. On Netflix Wednesday.
‘The Trapped 13: How We Survived the Thai Cave’: A documentary featuring members of the Thai youth soccer team who were trapped in the Tham Luang Cave in 2018. On Netflix Wednesday.
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John Oliva covers entertainment and community news in South Texas. Contact him at john.oliva@caller.com or Twitter @johnpoliva
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