Here are snapshots of what our reviewers thought of the movies opening this week in the Seattle area. (Star ratings are granted on a scale of zero to four.)

★★★½ “Emma” (PG; 117 minutes): This movie, directed by Autumn de Wilde and based on the early-19th-century novel by Jane Austen, is so insanely pretty you might want to set up residence inside of it. It’s also great fun. Full review. Multiple theaters. — Moira Macdonald, Seattle Times arts critic

★★★ “The Invisible Man” (R; 124 minutes): Leigh Whannell’s very clever, very entertaining contemporary monster movie follows a Bay Area architect (Elisabeth Moss) who is convinced that her violent, controlling ex-boyfriend is stalking her — invisibly. Full review. Multiple theaters. — Moira Macdonald

“Seberg” (R; 102 minutes): In Benedict Andrews’ superficial biopic, Kristen Stewart’s knife’s-edge allure helps cut straight to what was lonely, searching and defiant in Hollywood/New Wave icon Jean Seberg as she began an affair with Black Panther revolutionary Hakim Jamal (Anthony Mackie). Full review. Multiple theaters. The Los Angeles Times does not provide star ratings with reviews. — Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times

“Olympic Dreams” (PG-13; 85 minutes) Alexi Pappas and Nick Kroll are engaging at times in this wispy, quasi-romantic dramedy whose affecting moments are eclipsed by its overly random, sometimes awkwardly played and constructed narrative. Think “Lost in Translation” goes to the Olympics, but of less consequence. Full review. Grand Illusion. The Los Angeles Times does not provide star ratings with reviews. Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times