Screen gems


The week ahead at the movies and on TV

Big screen

Opening Friday

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (PG-13): Two famous Vegas magicians (Steve Carell and Steve Buscemi) are forced to up their act after a street performer (Jim Carrey) makes them look like amateurs.

The Call (R): Halle Berry is a 911 operator drawn into a dangerous situation when she receives a distress call about a missing girl.

Rene Rodriguez

Small screen

Army Wives (9 p.m. Sunday, Lifetime) The seventh season of TV’s only drama about the lives of military families kicks off with an unexpected and devastating twist on the cliff-hanger that ended last year’s run. Is this a soap? Yeah. Does it pull it at your heartstrings? Ohhhh, yeah.

Ring of Fire (8 p.m. Monday, Reelz) As if we didn’t have enough to worry about from zombies, terrorists, Kardashians, the ebola virus and the ever-present possibility that one of Jerry Springer’s guests will talk about sleeping with your mother, here’s a two-part miniseries about a chain of volcanic eruptions that destroys the world. Terry O’Quinn of Lost presides over the chaos and destruction.

The World According to Dick Cheney (9 p.m. Friday, Showtime) The former vice president, in all his combative glory, talks about his career and how everybody who followed him in Washington is a fool or a swine. The rare documentary that’s likely to appeal to people who love him and those who hate him.

Glenn Garvin

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