Mushrooms are a mystery. They're a fungus that is often edible but sometimes deadly, and other times can send you on a trip. Learn all about the weird and wild world of mushrooms with this "immersive journey through time and scale into the magical earth beneath our feet." Now playing at Rangos Giant Cinema, One Allegheny Ave., North Side. carnegiesciencecenter.org
A rich widow (Helen Mirren) meets a charming and mysterious man (Ian McKellan), who turns out to be a con after her fortune. He has a secret, which she knows, but he doesn't know that she also has a secret! Now playing at Southside Works Cinema and AMC Waterfront.
When I was young, Charlie's Angels was a movie that starred Drew Barrymore, Lucy Liu, and Cameron Diaz. When my mom was young, it was a TV show starring Farrah Fawcett, and others. Now, it's once again a movie, starring Kristen Stewart and two people named Ella Balinska and Naomi Scott as a team of hot and cool detectives/spies doing missions around the world. Now playing at Southside Works Cinema, AMC Waterfront, and MovieScoop Waterworks Cinema.
Director Robert Tinnell based this Rust Belt Christmas comedy on his graphic novel of the same name, which in turn was based on his experiences growing up, which inspired a Feast of the Seven Fishes festival in Tinnell's West Virginia hometown. Now playing at Parkway Theater, 644 Broadway Ave., McKees Rocks. communityreelartscenter.org
Spend some quality time with the family as Row House screens all eight movies from the Fast and Furious franchise all week long (Hobbs and Shaw not included). BYOTNC (bring your own tuna, no crust). Now playing at Row House Cinema, 4115 Butler St., Lawrenceville. rowhousecinema.com
Christian Bale and Matt Damon star as two racers, hired by Ferrari and Ford respectively, as Ford tries to engineer a car that is finally fast enough to beat a Ferrari. In other words, one fast car tries to beat an even faster car. There's racing, crashes, and guys yelling things like "faster!" I'm just guessing. Now playing at The Manor Theatre, Southside Works Cinema, AMC Waterfront, and MovieScoop Waterworks Cinema.
Barefoot: The Mark Baumer Story
Artist and activist Mark Baumer began walking across the country barefoot to raise awareness about climate change and to raise money for a local environmental organization. He documented the journey prolifically online but was killed 100 days into his journey. The documentary about his life, directed by local filmmaker Julie Sokolow, has its Pittsburgh premiere at the Three Rivers Film Festival. Read our interview with Sokolow here. Sat., Nov. 16 and Wed., Nov. 20. Regent Square Theater, 1035 S. Braddock Ave, Regent Square. threeriversfilmfestival.com