Vero Beach Movies at Majestic 11, AMC Indian River 24

New films opening this weekend at Vero Beach movie theaters.
New films opening this weekend at Vero Beach movie theaters.

VERO BEACH – There are several movies in Vero Beach that are opening at Majestic 11 and AMC Indian River 24. This is a good week to visit a movie theater.

Check out these Vero Beach showings for Friday, Jan. 20:

20th Century Women: Three women explore love and freedom in Southern California during the late 1970s. The critics love this film! “20th Century Women” is rated R.

The Founder: Michael Keaton plays Ray Kroc as a salesman who turned McDonald’s into the biggest restaurant business in the world. “The Founder” is rated PG-13.

The Resurrection of Gavin Stone: A former child star pretends to be a Christian to become Jesus in the church’s annual Passion Play. “The Resurrection of Gavin Stone” is rated PG-13.

Split: Three girls are kidnapped in broad daylight by their captor Kevin (James McAvoy). He locks them in a windowless room and proceeds to frighten and baffle them. It is revealed that Kevin exhibits 23 alternate personalities, and in order to escape, his captives must convince one of the personalities within him to set them free. “Split” is rated PG-13.

XXX: Return of Xander Cage: Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) is back as he secretly returns to action for a new assignment with his handler Augustus Gibbons. Together, they must race against time to recover a sinister weapon known as Pandora’s Box. “XXX: Return of Xander Cage” is rated PG-13.

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