On the big screen: ‘Jason Bourne’ is back in action

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In this image, Jennifer Saunders, left, and Joanna Lumley appear in a scene from the film, “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.”
In this image released by Universal Pictures, Matt Damon appears in a scene from "Jason Bourne." (Jasin Boland/Universal Pictures via AP)

In theaters:

JASON BOURNE — It’s been 10 years since Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) walked away from the agency that trained him to become a deadly weapon. CIA director Robert Dewey assigns hacker and counterinsurgency expert Heather Lee to find him. Lee suspects that former operative Nicky Parsons is also looking for him. Bourne finds himself back in action battling a sinister network that uses terror and technology to maintain unchecked power. PG-13, 123 minutes

BAD MOMS — Young Amy (Mila Kunis) has a great husband, overachieving children, beautiful home and successful career. Unfortunately, she’s also overworked, exhausted and ready to snap. Fed up, she joins forces with two other stressed-out mothers (Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn) to get away from daily life and conventional responsibilities. As the gals go wild with their newfound freedom, they set themselves up for the ultimate showdown with queen bee Gwendolyn and her clique of seemingly perfect moms. R, 101 minutes

CAFE SOCIETY — A young Bronx native moves to Hollywood where he falls in love with the secretary of his powerful uncle. After returning to New York he is swept up in the vibrant world of high society nightclub life. PG-13, 98 minutes

NERVE — Partnered with a mysterious stranger (Dave Franco), a high school senior (Emma Roberts) plays a popular online game that starts to take a sinister turn. PG-13, 96 minutes

STAR TREK BEYOND — Stranded on a hostile planet, Capt. Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock (Zachary Quinto) and the rest of the Enterprise crew face an alien threat. PG-13, 122 minutes

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC — Raised in the forest and living off the grid, six children venture into the outside world for the first time when their recently widowed father (Viggo Mortensen) takes them on a road trip. R, 119 minutes

ICE AGE: COLLISION COURSE — A 3D computer-animated family adventure with Manny (Ray Romano), Diego (Denis Leary), Sid (John Leguizamo) and the rest of the herd traveling to exotic new lands after Scrat accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events from outer space. PG, 94 minutes

LIGHTS OUT — Holding a mysterious attachment to their mother (Maria Bello), a supernatural entity returns with a vengeance to torment Rebecca (Teresa Palmer) and her little brother Martin (Gabriel Bateman). PG-13, 81 minutes

ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS: THE MOVIE — A London publicist (Jennifer Saunders) and her best friend (Joanna Lumley) flee to the French Riviera after they accidentally knock supermodel Kate Moss into the River Thames. R, 91 minutes

HILLARY’S AMERICA — A Democrat-bashing documentary by the creators of “2016: Obama’s America.” PG-13, 107 minutes

GHOSTBUSTERS — A paranormal researcher (Melissa McCarthy), a physicist (Kristen Wiig), a nuclear engineer (Kate McKinnon) and a subway worker (Leslie Jones) try to rid New York of ghosts that can possess humans. PG-13, 112 minutes

THE INFILTRATOR — In 1986, federal agent Robert Mazur (Bryan Cranston) goes under cover to infiltrate the trafficking network of Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, posing as a slick, money-laundering businessman. Gaining the confidence of Escobar’s top lieutenant, Mazur must navigate a vicious criminal underworld where one wrong move could cost him everything. R, 127 minutes

THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS — Max (Louis C.K.) is a spoiled terrier who enjoys a comfortable life in a New York building until his owner adopts Duke, a giant and unruly canine. During their walk outside, they encounter a group of ferocious alley cats and wind up in a truck that’s bound for the pound. PG, 91 minutes

MIKE AND DAVE NEED WEDDING DATES — Two adventurous fun-loving brothers, who need respectable dates for their sister’s wedding, resort to Craigslist. But the seemingly normal women they choose are ready to get wild and party. With Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick, Adam Devine and Aubrey Plaza. R; 98 minutes

THE LEGEND OF TARZAN — Many years after he left Africa behind, Tarzan (Alexander Skarsgård) returns to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary, unaware that he is actually a pawn in a Belgian captain’s (Christoph Waltz) deadly plot. PG-13, 110 minutes

THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR — A science fiction action film about a presidential candidate (Elizabeth Mitchell) determined to eliminate the tradition of The Purge after losing her family to murderers 15 years earlier. But her security head (Frank Grillo) must come to her rescue when she finds herself trapped as the latest Purge gets underway. R, 109 minutes

FINDING DORY — A 3D computer-animated comedy adventure film produced by Pixar. With help from Nemo and Marlin (Albert Brooks), Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) the forgetful fish embarks on a quest to reunite with her mother (Diane Keaton) and father (Eugene Levy). PG, 105 minutes

In this image, Jennifer Saunders, left, and Joanna Lumley appear in a scene from the film, “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.”
http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_AP501970427604.jpgIn this image, Jennifer Saunders, left, and Joanna Lumley appear in a scene from the film, “Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.”

In this image released by Universal Pictures, Matt Damon appears in a scene from "Jason Bourne." (Jasin Boland/Universal Pictures via AP)
http://theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_JasonBourneCMYK.jpgIn this image released by Universal Pictures, Matt Damon appears in a scene from "Jason Bourne." (Jasin Boland/Universal Pictures via AP)
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