Nicole Kidman gets gritty this week at the movies

MOVIES OPENING IN THEATERS Friday, Jan. 18

“Destroyer”: Nicole Kidman transforms herself into a grizzled cop who can’t let go of a botched undercover mission. R

“Glass”: M. Night Shyamalan brings together characters from “Unbreakable” and “Split” for a villainous showdown. PG-13

“Cold War”: Polish director Pawel Pawlikowski’s parents were the source for this film set from 1949 to 1964. R

“Stan Ollie”: John C. Reilly and Steve Coogan play slapstick comedy duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. PG

MOVIES AVAILABLE FOR HOME VIEWING Tuesday, Jan. 15

“Halloween”: Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Myers face off again in a sequel that takes place 40 years after the original. 3.5 stars

“Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween”: Horror writer R.L. Stine’s characters come to
life — again. PG 2 stars

“Old Man the Gun”: True crime flick is reportedly Robert Redford’s farewell to films — and a lovely one at that. PG-13 3 stars

“Madeline’s Madeline”: The line between reality and performance blurs for a teen actor pushed to incorporate her life into a stage production. Not rated 3 stars

“The Bookshop”: A woman opens a bookshop in 1950s England and polite hell breaks loose. PG 2 stars

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