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These films are opening this week in Pittsburgh

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Your Name, at Pittsburgh Japanese Film Festival

BLOCKERS. In Kay Cannon’s new comedy, three sets of parents try to stop their high school daughters from having sex on prom night. John Cena and Leslie Mann star. Starts Fri., April 6

CHAPPAQUIDDICK. John Curran’s bio-drama recounts the events of 1969, when Sen. Ted Kennedy was in an automobile crash, in which the female passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne, died. The film looks at the enduring scandal and investigation. Jason Clarke and Kate Mara star. Starts Fri., April 6. SouthSide Works

DJANGO. Etienne Comar directs this bio-pic about the influential Belgian Romani jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt (Reda Kateb), and his attempts to flee occupied France during World War II. In various languages, with subtitles. Starts Fri., April 6. Regent Square

HAVE A NICE DAY. A bag of money draws the attention of many in this animated crime comedy from writer-director Jian Liu. In Mandarin, with subtitles. Starts Fri., April 6. Harris

ISLE OF DOGS. In this animated film from Wes Anderson, a boy searches for his lost dog on a Japanese island full of dogs. Bryan Cranston, Ed Norton and Bill Murray are among those who supply voices. Starts Fri., April 6. AMC Loews Waterfront, Manor

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The Leisure Seeker

THE LEISURE SEEKER. A couple (Donald Sutherland, Helen Mirren) travel from Boston to Florida in an RV they dub the “Leisure Seeker.” Paolo Virzì directs. Starts Fri., April 6. AMC Loews Waterfront, Manor

THE MIRACLE SEASON. Under the guidance of a tough coach, a high school volleyball team rallies after the death of one of its star players. Can it still make the state championships? Helen Hunt stars in Sean McNamara’s drama inspired by real events. Starts Fri., April 6

PANDAS. David Douglas and Drew Fellman direct this documentary about a researcher, working in the mountains of Sichuan, China, who forms a bond with a panda, who is about to be released into the wild. Starts Fri., April 6

PITTSBURGH JAPANESE FILM FESTIVAL. The two-week celebration of new and classic Japanese films opens at Row House Cinema. See CP’s preview here. April 6 -19.

A QUIET PLACE. John Krasinski and Emily Blunt star in this thriller in which a family, living in a remote location, is forced to live in silence, lest the beasts who hunt by sound discover them. Krasinski also directs. Starts Fri., April 6

SPINNING MAN. Simon Kaijser directs this thriller about a married professor, known for having affairs with students, who becomes a suspect after a young woman goes missing. Pierce Brosnan, Guy Pearce and Minnie Driver star. Starts Fri., April 6. AMC South Hills

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