FAIRFIELD — A pony-tailed Brad Pitt and an 86-year-old on a cross-country trip with his 8-year-old grandson will await movie theater patrons this week.
“The Counselor” features Pitt, Javier Bardem, Cameron Diaz and Penelope Cruz in the story of a successful attorney who gets in over his head when he decides to dabble in the drug trade. It’s rated R.
Johnny Knoxville plays grandpa Irving Zisman in “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,” rated R. He and his grandson will take in everything from male strippers to disgruntled child beauty pageant contestants.
Opening in limited release Friday are:
“Blue is the Warmest Color,” rated NC-17, about a 15-year-old who dreams of experiencing her first love. But things aren’t always as they seem.
“Capital,” which features Gabriel Byrne as the man behind a large American hedge fund attempting a hostile takeover. It’s based on the book “Le Capital” and is rated R.
“Her Cry: La Llorna Investigation,” a horror movie about TV crew filming their season where “The Weeping Woman” has been seen. It’s not rated.
“Mickey Virus,” not rated, a comic thriller set in Delhi. It centers on a lazy but street-smart hacker.
“One Chance,” a PG-13-documentary about tenor Paul Potts, who became a singing sensation after appearing on “Britain’s Got Talent.”
“Spinning Plates,” which takes a look at three extraordinary restaurants and the people who make them what they are. It’s not rated.
“The Pin,” rated R, about two young people who experience love and loss in hiding during World War II.
For showtimes, call the Edwards Theatres at 432-2140, Brenden Theatres at 469-0180 or visit www.fandango.com/94533_movietimes.