365体育平台Here are the films scheduled to open this week in wide and limited release:

365体育平台SONIC THE HEDGEHOG: A sign James Marsden and Jim Carrey have hit rock-bottom is this “Roger Rabbit”-like offering in which an animated alien (from a video game) causes chaos when he lands on Earth and befriends a human who must protect him from an evil villain.

FANTASY ISLAND: Ze bomb, ze bomb! Yes, clear the runway for this airbus(t) from Blumhouse in which the old Aaron Spelling mystery series gets a big-screen reboot. The TV show was bad; so I’m expecting this rebirth to be even worse – if that’s possible.

DOWNHILL: Joining the pantheon of bad ideas is this stupid remake of Ruben Östlund’s battle of the sexes, “Force Majeure.” Yes, it has Will Ferrell and Julia Louise-Dreyfus as a warring couple, but consider them victims of an ill-humored avalanche of pap.

365体育平台PORTRAIT OF A LADY ON FIRE: Any discussion of the Academy’s failure to acknowledge talented women must include Céline Sciamma, the writer-director of this sumptuous tale of forbidden passions in 17th-century France.

365体育平台THE PHOTOGRAPH: An old picture sparks a mystery and sets in motion a romance between a photographer’s grieving daughter (Issa Rae) and a go-getting journalist (“Get Out’s” Lakeith Stanfield).

365体育平台THE WOMAN WHO LOVES GIRAFFES: Move over Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey, Alison Reid’s documentary looks at a biologist who preceded both, Anne Innis Dagg, who made it her life’s work to study giraffes.