A penguin named Steve looks for love this week at the movies – St. Paul Pioneer Press

MOVIES OPENING IN THEATERS > Wednesday

“Penguins”: A Disneynature documentary about a penguin named Steve who comes of age in hostile Antarctica. G

“Breakthrough”: After her adopted son falls through the ice, a mother refuses to give up on his recovery. PG

MOVIES OPENING IN THEATERS > Friday

“Little Woods”: Tessa Thompson and Lily James play North Dakota sisters who need money — fast. R

“Teen Spirit”: A shy teen pursues her dream of pop stardom and gets more than she bargained for. PG-13

“Peterloo”: Director Mike Leigh tackles one of the bloodiest episodes in British history, the Peterloo Massacre of 1819. PG-13

“Girls of the Sun”: A battalion made up of female fighters tries to take back their Kurdish village from extremists. Not rated

MOVIES AVAILABLE FOR HOME VIEWING > Tuesday

“Glass”: M. Night Shyamalan brings his comic book trilogy to a tedious end. Or is it just the beginning? Either way, ugh. PG-13 1.5 stars

“The Kid Who Would be King”: A version of King Arthur for the younger set, but the older set will appreciate it, too. PG 3 stars

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