Chuck: The true story of Chuck Wepner, the liquor salesman who inspired the billion-dollar film series “Rocky” when he went 15 rounds with Muhammad Ali. Starring Liev Schreiber, Naomi Watts.
The Dinner: When their teen sons commit a terrible crime, four parents decide what to do. Starring Richard Gere, Laura Linney, Steve Coogan, Rebecca Hall.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: The sci-fi sequel has the team trying to unravel the mystery of Peter Quill’s parentage. Starring Chris Pratt as Quill, with Vin Diesel and Sylvester Stallone.
Julian Schnabel — A Private Portrait: Documentary on the acclaimed painter and filmmaker.
The Lovers: Debra Winger and Tracy Letts play a long-married couple whose affairs with other people spark new romance between them.
Obit: Documentary on the New York Times obituary writers.
Risk: Laura Poitras, Oscar-winning director of “Citizenfour,” has a new documentary on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
3 Generations: After a teen decides to transition from female to male, his mother tries to understand the decision while tracking down his biological father to get his legal consent. Starring Naomi Watts, Elle Fanning, Susan Sarandon.
Burden: A portrait of the late art-world provocateur Chris Burden.
Harold and Lillian — A Hollywood Love Story: A look at the romantic and creative partnership of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and film researcher Lillian Michelson.
King Arthur — Legend of the Sword: Guy Ritchie’s twist on the legend in which Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) comes up in life the hard way.
Lowriders: A young street artist in East Los Angeles is caught between his father’s obsession with lowrider car culture, his ex-felon brother and his need for self-expression. With Melissa Benoist, Eva Longoria, Theo Rossi, Demián Bichir.
Paris Can Wait: Eleanor Coppola’s romantic comedy involves a long-married woman (Diane Lane) on a car trip from Cannes to Paris who encounters unexpected delights. With Alec Baldwin.
Snatched: Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer as mother and daughter — what more do you need? The plot has Schumer’s character being dumped by her boyfriend and going on an exotic vacation with her mom. Laughs should ensue.
The Wall: Doug Liman directs the story of an American sharpshooter (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) in a standoff with an Iraqi sniper.
A Woman’s Life: A tale of tormented love set amid the restrictive social and moral codes of marriage in 19th-century France.
Last Men in Aleppo: Documentary on the lives of Aleppo’s “White Helmets” — first-responders to the devastating bombing and terrorist attacks that have punished the Syrian city.
Alien — Covenant: Director Ridley Scott returns to his iconic monster when the crew of a ship bound for a remote planet discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise. Sure. With Michael Fassbender, James Franco, Katherine Waterston, Noomi Rapace.
The Commune: An affair threatens an idealistic cooperative in Denmark. From Thomas Vinterberg (“The Hunt”).
Diary of a Wimpy Kid — The Long Haul: Fourth installment based on Jeff Kinney’s comic youth novels. With Alicia Silverstone.
Everything, Everything: A teenager who’s lived a sheltered life because she’s allergic to everything falls for the boy who moves in next door. Based on the bestselling book by Nicola Yoon.
Hell on Earth — The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS: Sebastian Junger chronicles Syria’s descent into the unbridled chaos that allowed the rise of ISIS.
Paint It Black: Amber Tamblyn makes her directorial debut with the story of two women from different worlds who, after losing the man they both loved, are joined in shock and grief.
The Wedding Plan: When her fiancé bows out on the eve of her wedding, a woman refuses to cancel the wedding arrangements, insisting that God will supply her a husband.
Baywatch: Dwayne Johnson stars as a devoted lifeguard who butts heads with a brash new recruit (Zac Efron). Together, they uncover a local criminal plot in this reimagining of the 1990s TV series.
Black Butterfly: A confrontation erupts during a storm between a reclusive writer (Antonio Banderas) and a drifter (Jonathan Rhys Meyers).
Long Strange Trip: The documentary, executive produced by Martin Scorsese, looks at the 30-year odyssey of the Grateful Dead, one of rock’s most unlikely success stories.
Manifesto: Cate Blanchett plays multiple roles in a series of vignettes inspired by artist manifestos.
Pirates of the Caribbean — Dead Men Tell No Tales: Johnny Depp returns for another Captain Jack Sparrow adventure, this one with an attractive astronomer, and probably some pirate stuff. With Geoffrey Rush, Javier Bardem, Orlando Bloom and Kaya Scodelario.
Spirit Game — Pride of a Nation: A documentary about lacrosse, which originated with the Iroquois, who hosted the 2015 world championships.
War Machine: This satire, written and directed David Michôd (“Animal Kingdom”), stars Brad Pitt as a U.S. general charged with ending America’s involvement in Afghanistan. With Ben Kingsley, Tilda Swinton, Topher Grace. It will also be on Netflix.
The B-Side: Director Errol Morris profiles portrait photographer Elsa Dorfman.
Band Aid: A young couple works out their marital differences by starting a band and writing songs about their problems.
Captain Underpants — The First Epic Movie: Animated tale of two pranksters who hypnotize their principal into thinking he’s a superhero named Captain Underpants.
Churchill: Brian Cox stars as the British prime minister in the tense days leading up to the D-Day invasion. With Miranda Richardson as his wife, Clementine.
Dean: Demetri Martin’s comedy about an illustrator who falls for a woman while trying to prevent his father from selling the family home in the wake of his mother’s death. With Gillian Jacobs.
The Exception: A WWII German soldier (Jai Courtney) is sent to Holland to investigate espionage surrounding the exiled Kaiser Wilhelm II. With Lily James.
I, Daniel Blake: Ken Loach’s story of a Newcastle carpenter with a heart condition who battles government bureaucracy after he is denied benefits. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Past Life: Sisters in 1977 Jerusalem unravel a shocking wartime mystery that has cast a dark shadow throughout their lives.
Wonder Woman: An Amazon princess (Gal Gadot) elects to leave her island home to explore the world and ends up fighting in a brutal war. Directed by Patty Jenkins.
Beatriz at Dinner: A comedy about a holistic medicine practitioner who attends a wealthy client’s dinner party after her car breaks down. With Salma Hayek, John Lithgow, Chloë Sevigny, Connie Britton.
Camera Obscura: A veteran war photographer with PTSD sees imminent deaths in his developed photos.
The Hero: An ailing movie star (Sam Elliott) comes to terms with his past and mortality in this dramedy. With Krysten Ritter, Laura Prepon and Nick Offerman.
It Comes at Night: As an unnatural threat terrorizes the world, a man and his family are tested when another family seeks refuge in their home. With Riley Keough and Joel Edgerton.
Megan Leavey: A young Marine corporal’s unique discipline allows her to bond with her military combat dog to save numerous lives during their deployment in Iraq. Based on the true story. Starring Kate Mara.
The Mummy: A vengeful ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) is awakened from her crypt and takes it out on the modern world. Starring Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Russell Crowe.
My Cousin Rachel: A young Englishman plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian, but then finds himself falling for her charms. With Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin.
All Eyez on Me: Follows Tupac Shakur’s career from his time at Death Row Records to his involvement in the rivalry with other rappers to his murder in 1996. Demetrius Shipp Jr. plays the iconic rapper.
The Book of Henry: Henry (Jaeden Lieberher), 11, protects his younger brother and supports his often self-doubting mother. Then he finds a way to help the girl next door. From director Colin Trevorrow (“Jurassic World”). With Naomi Watts.
Cars 3: Lightning McQueen sets out to prove to a new generation of racers that he’s still the best race car in the world. With the voices of Armie Hammer, Nathan Fillion, Owen Wilson and Kerry Washington.
47 Meters Down: Two sisters (Mandy Moore, Claire Holt) vacationing in Mexico are trapped in a shark cage at the bottom of the ocean with less than an hour of oxygen left and great whites circling.
The Journey: British conservative Ian Paisley (Timothy Spall) and former IRA leader Martin McGuinness (Colm Meaney) work on peace for Northern Ireland. With the late John Hurt.
Maudie: Based on the true story of folk artist Maud Lewis (Sally Hawkins), it tells of her struggles to be recognized for her work and her unlikely romance with a reclusive bachelor (Ethan Hawke).
Monterey Pop: A brand-new 4K restoration of D.A. Pennebaker’s 1968 famed rock documentary, capturing the one-and-only Monterey International Pop Festival. With performances by Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, Simon and Garfunkel, the Mamas and the Papas, the Who, the Byrds, Hugh Masekela and Ravi Shankar.
Once Upon a Time in Venice: Bruce Willis is a Venice Beach P.I. who loves his dog. So when local thugs steal his pet, he goes after them.
Rough Night: A male stripper ends up dead at a Miami Beach house during a bachelorette party weekend. With Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Zoë Kravitz, Demi Moore.
Stefan Zweig — Farewell to Europe: Episodically tells the story of Austrian Jewish writer Stefan Zweig and his life in exile from 1936 to 1942. His writings inspired Wes Anderson’s “Grand Budapest Hotel.”
The Bad Batch: A young woman (Suki Waterhouse) is dumped in a Texas wasteland and then captured by cannibals. With Jason Momoa, Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves. Written and directed by Ana Lily Amirpour.
The Beguiled: Based on Thomas P. Cullinan’s novel about a girls school in Virginia during the Civil War, where the young women have sheltered a Union soldier (Colin Farrell) and soon the house is taken over with sexual tension. Directed by Sofia Coppola. With Nicole Kidman, Elle Fanning, Kirsten Dunst. “Dirty Harry” director Don Siegel did a version in 1971 with Clint Eastwood as the soldier.
The Big Sick: An up-and-coming Muslim comic (Kumail Nanjiani) falls for a grad student (Zoe Kazan), but his traditionalist parents and her serious illness complicate the relationship.
Hare Krishna: Documentary on Srila Prabhupada, the Indian swami who launched a cultural and spiritual phenomenon in the U.S. in the 1960s.
Moka: French thriller about a mother who tracks a couple driving a Mercedes-Benz who she believes are responsible for the hit-and-run death of her son.
Transformers: The Last Knight: Humans and Transformers are at war, and Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving the world lies buried in the secret history of the Autobots on Earth. Directed by Michael Bay and starring Mark Wahlberg and Laura Haddock.
Baby Driver: After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver finds himself taking part in a heist doomed to fail. From Edgar Wright. With Ansel Elgort, Lily James, Jon Hamm, Jamie Foxx.
Okja: In Joon-ho Bong’s film, a girl must prevent a corporation from seizing her best friend, described as “a massive animal.” With Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano, Lily Collins. Also on Netflix.
Despicable Me 3: Yay! The Minions are back and so is supervillain-turned-hero Gru (voiced by Steve Carell). Now they must face a child star from the 1980s who is hatching a scheme for world domination.
Good Fortune: Documentary follows the rise of John Paul DeJoria, co-founder of the Paul Mitchell line of hair products, from being homeless to becoming a successful businessman and billionaire philanthropist.
The House: A dad persuades his friends to start an illegal casino in his basement after he and his wife spend their daughter’s college fund. Starring Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler.
Inconceivable: A potboiler about a mysterious woman trying to destroy a family. With Gina Gershon, Nicolas Cage, Nicky Whelan.
13 Minutes: In November 1939, Georg Elser’s attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler fails, but after his arrest he recalls the events leading up to his plot.
A Ghost Story: A recently deceased man returns to his suburban home in spectral form to try to reconnect with his bereft wife. With Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara.
The Little Hour: Comedy adaptation of Giovanni Boccaccio’s 14th century bawdy tale “The Decameron.” It tells of a servant who hides from his master at a convent full of emotionally unstable nuns. Starring Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie and Dave Franco.
Patti Cake$: Danielle Macdonald plays an aspiring rapper pursuing an unlikely quest for glory in her downtrodden hometown in New Jersey.
Spider-Man — Homecoming: Tom Holland takes on the role of Peter Parker, who is attempting to balance his life in high school with his career as the web-slinging superhero following the events of “Captain America: Civil War.”
Lady Macbeth: In this adaptation of Nikolai Leskov’s novella, a young bride (Florence Pugh) in the 19th century is sold into marriage to a middle-aged man.
To the Bone: Dramedy about an unruly 20-year-old anorexic girl who goes to a group home for youths led by a non-traditional doctor. Surprised by the unusual rules, she discovers how to confront her demons. Starring Lily Collins, with Keanu Reeves, Carrie Preston and Lili Taylor. From TV veteran Marti Noxon, it will also be on Netflix.
War for the Planet of the Apes: After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar (Andy Serkis) wrestles with his darker instincts and begins his own quest to avenge his kind, pitting himself against the leader of the humans (Woody Harrelson).
Wish Upon: A 17-year-old (Joey King) is bullied in high school, embarrassed by her father (Ryan Phillippe) and ignored by her longtime crush, but all that changes when her father comes home with an old music box with an inscription that promises to grant its owner seven wishes.
Amnesia: A young German composer moves to the Spanish isle of Ibiza and befriends a mysterious older woman. With Marthe Keller and directed by Barbet Schroeder.
Dunkirk: Christopher Nolan’s epic about the dramatic evacuation of British and Allied soldiers during the fierce battle in the early days of World War II. With Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance.
First Kill: Thriller about a Wall Street broker (Hayden Christensen) who takes his son hunting, but the day turns deadly when they witness the murder of a crooked cop. With Bruce Willis.
Girls Trip: Four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for some wild times in the Big Easy. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee and starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish.
Landline: Dramedy directed by Gillian Robespierre about grown sisters who bond over the possibility that their father is cheating on their mother. With John Turturro and Edie Falco.
Polina: A promising classical ballet dancer (Anastasia Shevtsova) is about to join the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet when she discovers contemporary dance.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets: A dark force threatens a utopian city called Alpha, and special operatives race to identify the menace. From director Luc Besson and based on a graphic novel. With Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen and Rihanna.
Atomic Blonde: An undercover MI6 agent is sent to Berlin during the Cold War to investigate the murder of a fellow agent and recover a missing list of double agents. Starring Sofia Boutella, James McAvoy, Charlize Theron, John Goodman.
Brigsby Bear: A children’s TV show is produced for an audience of one, a kid (Kyle Mooney) who lives in an underground bunker. When the show abruptly ends, he sets out to finish the story himself. With Mark Hamill, Claire Danes, Greg Kinnear, Andy Samberg.
The Emoji Movie: Those little graphics we use on our smartphones when words fail come to life in the animated city of Textopolis. With the voices of T.J. Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris.
From the Land of the Moon: Marion Cotillard stars as a woman in post-World War II France trapped in an arranged marriage.
An Inconvenient Sequel — Truth to Power: A decade after “An Inconvenient Truth” brought climate change into the heart of popular culture, the follow-up documentary looks at the fight for renewable energy.
The Leisure Seeker: An older couple (Donald Sutherland, Helen Mirren) escape the humdrum of aging with a road trip from Boston to Key West.
The Dark Tower: Based on Stephen King’s series of novels, a gunslinger roams an alternative Old West-like landscape in pursuit of the man in black while searching for the fabled Dark Tower in the hope that reaching it will preserve his dying world. With Matthew McConaughey, Idris Elba, Abbey Lee and Katheryn Winnick.
Detroit: Directed by Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow, the crime drama is set against the backdrop of Detroit’s 1967 riots. Starring John Boyega, Anthony Mackie and John Krasinski.
Ingrid Goes West: In this comedy, a young woman (Aubrey Plaza) escapes her dull existence by moving to L.A. to befriend her Instagram obsession (Elizabeth Olsen).
Step: Documentary follows the senior year of a girls high-school step dance team against the background of inner-city Baltimore.
Wind River: Thriller involves a rookie FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) who teams up with a local tracker with a haunted past (Jeremy Renner) to investigate the murder of a girl on a remote Native American reservation.
Annabelle — Creation: A dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from an orphanage into their home. The innocents soon become the target of a possessed doll.
Naked: A man (Marlon Wayans) is set to marry the girl of his dreams, but every time he comes close to the altar, he finds himself waking up naked in his hotel elevator, forced to relive the beginning of his wedding day over and over again. Also on Netflix.
The Only Living Boy in New York: Marc Webb directs this coming-of-age story of a boy who, after learning that his father is having an affair, also becomes romantically involved with the woman in question. With Kate Beckinsale, Callum Turner, Kiersey Clemons, Jeff Bridges.
Pilgrimage: A small group of monks in the Ireland of 1209 make a reluctant pilgrimage across the island torn by tribal warfare. With Tom Holland, Jon Bernthal, Richard Armitage.
Trip to Spain: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon reunite for a comic third time, visiting the Iberian Peninsula to sample its cuisine. Directed by Michael Winterbottom.
Whose Streets?: Documentary examines Ferguson three years after the Michael Brown shooting.
The Hitman’s Bodyguard: In this comedy-action thriller, the world’s top bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) gets a new client, a hit man (Samuel L. Jackson) who must testify in court.
Lemon: A failed actor (Brett Gelman) watches his life get worse after his girlfriend of 10 years dumps him. With Judy Greer, Michael Cera, Nia Long.
Logan Lucky: Comedy about brothers Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde Logan (Adam Driver), who set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race in Charlotte. With Riley Keough, Hilary Swank, Seth MacFarlane.
The Nut Job 2 — Nutty by Nature: In this animated tale, the park animals must stop the local mayor from destroying their home to make way for an amusement park. With the voices of Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl, Maya Rudolph, Jackie Chan.
Death Note: Based on the famous Japanese manga, the story involves a high-school student who comes across a supernatural notebook that gives him godlike abilities. He then begins to kill those he deems unworthy. Also on Netflix.
Polaroid: A high school loner stumbles upon a vintage Polaroid camera that houses a terrible secret: Whoever has their picture taken by it meets a tragic and violent end.
Tulip Fever: A 17th-century love triangle set in Amsterdam involves a woman (Alicia Vikander) unhappily married to an older man (Christoph Waltz) who falls for a young artist (Dane DeHaan). With a script by the great Tom Stoppard.
Leap!: Animated tale about an 11-year-old orphan who dreams of becoming a dancer in Paris while her best friend hopes to become a famous inventor. With the voices of Elle Fanning, Maddie Ziegler, Nat Wolff, Carly Rae Jepsen, Kate McKinnon and Mel Brooks.
What Happened to Monday?: In a not-so-distant future, overpopulation and famine have forced governments to undertake a drastic “One Child Policy.” Seven identical sisters, however, live a hide-and-seek existence pursued by the Child Allocation Bureau. Starring Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe. Also available on Netflix.
The Incredible Jessica James: Jessica James (Jessica Williams), a struggling playwright in New York City, meets the recently divorced Boone (Chris O’Dowd). An unlikely duo at first, they discover how to make it through the tough times. Also on Netflix.
Unlocked: A CIA agent works with an ex-soldier to stop a deadly biological attack on London. Starring Noomi Rapace, Orlando Bloom, Toni Collette, John Malkovich, Michael Douglas.
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