Movies playing in Southeast Michigan, new releases May 24 (2024)

The following list includes movies available at local theaters, and movies that are available to watch through online streaming and video on demand services including: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Hulu, Vudu, FandangoNow, Apple TV+, YouTube, Disney+, HBO Max and more.

Showing at theaters

• “Furiosa-A Mad Max Saga” (R): Fifth installment in the Mad Max franchise, and prequel to “Mad Max- Fury Road,” a young Furiosa falls into the hands of a great biker horde led by the warlord Dementus. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Quaden Bayles, Tom Hardy and Anya Taylor-Joy. In theaters, May 24.

• “Sight” (PG-13): Based on the true story of Dr. Ming Wang, a Chinese immigrant who defies all odds to become a world-renowned eye surgeon. Starring Greg Kinnear, Terry Chen, Ben Wang and Mia SwamiNathan. In theaters, May 24.

• “The Garfield Movie” (PG): New Garfield movie with Garfield being reunited with his long-lost father, a scruffy street cat, who draws him into a high-stakes heist. Animated, featuring the voices of Chris Pratt, Nicholas Hoult, Ving Rhames and Samuel L. Jackson.

• “IF” (PG): From writer and director John Krasinski, “IF” is about a girl who discovers that she can see everyone’s imaginary friends – and what she does with that superpower to reconnect forgotten IFs with their kids. Starring Ryan Reynolds, John Krasinski, Cailey Fleming, Fiona Shaw, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Louis Gossett Jr. and Steve Carell.

• “Back to Black” (R) : The story of Amy Winehouse’s rise to fame from her early days in Camden through the making of her groundbreaking album, Back to Black, that catapulted her to global fame. Starring Marisa Abela, Jack O’Connell, Eddie Marsan and Lesley Manville.

• “The Strangers”-Chapter 1 (R): First entry of horror film series. After their car breaks down in an eerie small town, a young couple is forced to spend the night in a remote cabin. where they are terrorized by three masked strangers. Starring Madelaine Petsch, Froy Gutierrez, Gabriel Basso and Rachel Shenton. In theaters, May 17.

• “Not Another Church Movie” (R): Taylor Pherry (Kevin Daniels), is given a mission from God to tell his family’s stories and inspire his community. What he doesn’t know is that the devil has other plans. Also starring Jamie Foxx, Tisha Campbell and Vivica A. Fox.

• “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” (PG-13): Director Wes Ball breathes new life into the global franchise set several generations in the future, in which apes are the dominant species living harmoniously and humans have been reduced to living in the shadows. Starring Owen Teague, Freya Allan, Kevin Durand, Peter Macon, and William H. Macy.

• “The Fall Guy” (PG-13): As a stuntman, Colt Seavers (Ryan Gosling) gets blown up, shot, crashed, and thrown through windows. After an almost career-ending accident, he must spring back into action to track down a missing movie star, solve a conspiracy and try to win back the love of his life, while still doing his day job. Also starring Emily Blunt, Winston Duke, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Hannah Waddingham and Stephanie Hsu.

• “Tarot” (PG-13): A group of friends unwittingly unleash an unspeakable evil trapped within a cursed deck of tarot cards. Starring Avantika Vandanapu, Jacob Batalon, Larsen Thompson and Harriet Slater.

• “Challengers” (R): Tennis player turned coach Tashi (Zendaya) has transformed her husband, Art (Mike Faist), from a mediocre player into a world-famous grand slam champion.

• “Unsung Hero” (PG): Based on a true story that follows David Smallbone, his pregnant wife Helen, and their seven children as they leave Australia to rebuild their lives in America. David and Helen realize the musical talent of their children, who become two of the most successful acts in Inspirational Music history. Starring Joel Smallbone, Rebecca St. James, Candace Cameron and Daisy Betts.

• “Abigail” (R): A group of would-be criminals kidnap the 12-year-old ballerina daughter of a powerful underworld figure. All they have to do to collect a $50 million ransom, is watch the girl overnight in an isolated mansion. Starring Melissa Barrera, Dan Stevens, Alisha Weir, Kathryn Newton, William Catlett, Kevin Durand, Angus Cloud and Giancarlo Esposito.

• “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare” (R): Based upon recently declassified files of the British War Department and inspired by true events, this action-comedy tells the story of the first-ever special forces organization formed during WWII. The top-secret combat unit, composed of a motley crew of rogues and mavericks, goes on a daring mission against the Nazis. Starring Henry Cavill, Eiza González, Alan Ritchson, Alex Pettyfer, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Babs Olusamokun, Henrique Zaga, Til Schweiger, with Henry Golding and Cary Elwes.

• “Civil War” (R): In a dystopian future, a team of military-embedded journalists race to reach Washington, D.C. before rebel factions descend upon the White House. Starring Kirsten Dunst, Wagner Moura, Cailee Spaeny and Jesse Plemons.

• “Godzilla x Kong-The New Empire” (PG-13): Latest film in the Monsterverse franchise following “Godzilla vs. Kong,” pitting Kong and Godzilla against a colossal undiscovered threat hidden deep within the planet. Starring Millie Bobby Brown, Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Kaylee Hottle and Nicola Crisa and Dan Stevens.

• “Ghostbusters-Frozen Empire” (PG-13): The Spengler family returns to the New York City firehouse to team up with the original Ghostbusters. When an ancient artifact unleashes an evil force, Ghostbusters new and old must unite to protect the world from a second ice age. Starring Mckenna Grace, Emily Alyn Lind, Bill Murray, Finn Wolfhard, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson and Paul Rudd.

• “Kung Fu Panda 4” (PG): After three death-defying adventures defeating villains with his courage and martial arts skills, Po the Dragon Warrior is called upon to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace. Animated, featuring the voices of Jack Black, Awkwafina, Viola Davis, Dustin Hoffman, James Hong, Bryan Cranston, Ian McShane and Ke Huy Quan.

• “Dune 2” (PG-13): The sci-fi epic continues with Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) uniting with Chani and the Fremen, while seeking revenge against those who destroyed his family. Adaptation of Frank Herbert’s bestseller “Dune,” with returning and new stars, including Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Austin Butler, Christopher Walken and Florence Pugh. Directed by Denis Villeneuve.

Streaming movies

• “The Beach Boys” documentary: A celebration of the band that revolutionized pop music and the harmonious sound they created that personified the California dream. Available on Disney+, May 24.

• “Atlas” (PG-13): Sci-fi action film about a data analyst with a deep distrust of AI who finds it may be her only hope when a mission to capture a renegade robot goes awry. Starring Jennifer Lopez, Sterling K. Brown, Mark Strong, Sims Liu, Lana Parrilla, and Lesley Fera. Available on Netflix, May 24.

• “Monkey Man” (R): A young man ekes out a meager living in an underground fight club where he is beaten bloody by popular fighters for cash. After years of suppressed rage, his mysteriously scarred hands unleash an explosive campaign of retribution. Starring Dev Patel, Sharlto Copley, Sikandar Kher, Sobhita Dhulipala and Adithi Kalkunte.

• “Jeanne du Barry”: Historical drama about Jeanne, a working-class woman determined to climb the social ladder. She becomes one of the favorites of King Louis XV and falls madly in love. Against all convention, Jeanne moves to Versailles. Starring Johnny Depp, Maïwenn, Pauline Pollmann and Diego Le Fur.

• “Boy Kills World” (R): Boy (Bill Skarsgård) trains to become an instrument of death and assassinate Hilda Van Der Koy (Famke Janssen), the matriarch of a corrupt post-apocalyptic dynasty who murdered his family. Also starring Jessica Rothe and Andrew Koji.

• “Mother of the Bride” (PG-13): Lana’s daughter Emma returns from abroad and drops a bombshell: she’s getting married. Things get worse when Lana learns that the man who captured Emma’s heart is the son of the man who broke hers years ago. Starring Brooke Shields, Benjamin Bratt, Miranda Cosgrove, and Chad Michael Murray. Available on Netflix.

• “Unfrosted” (PG-13): Imaginative tale set in Battle Creek, Michigan, 1963, about Kellogg’s and Post, sworn cereal rivals, race to create a pastry that changes breakfast forever. Starring Jerry Seinfeld in his directorial film debut, Melissa McCarthy, Jim Gaffigan, Amy Schumer, Max Greenfield, and Hugh Grant. Available on Netflix.

• “The Image Of You” (R): Zoe becomes skeptical when her twin sister, Anna, falls for Nick. As Zoe digs into Nick’s past, they all get pulled into a dangerous game where honesty could prove fatal. Starring Sasha Pieterse (as Anna and Zoe), Parker Young, Mira Sorvino and Néstor Carbonell.

• “We Grown Now” (PG): In 1992 Chicago, best friends Malik and Eric traverse the city of Chicago, looking to escape the mundaneness of school and the hardships of growing up in public housing. They soon find their unbreakable bond challenged when a tragedy shakes their community. Starring Blake Cameron James, Gian Knight Ramirez, S. Epatha Merkerson, Avery Holliday, and Ora Jones, with Lil Rel Howery and Jurnee Smollett. Available on Apple TV.

• “Arthur the King” (PG-13): Based on a true story, pro adventure racer Michael Light (Mark Wahlberg) convinces a sponsor to back him and a team of athletes for the Adventure Racing World Championship in the Dominican Republic. Over the course of 10 days and 435 miles, an unbreakable bond is forged between Light and a street dog named Arthur. Also starring Simu Liu, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ali Suliman, with Bear Grylls as himself, and Paul Guilfoyle.

• “The Long Game” (PG): In 1955, five young Mexican-American caddies are determined to learn how to play and create their own golf course in the middle of the South Texas desert. Starring Jay Hernandez, Dennis Quaid, Jaina Lee Ortiz, Cheech Marin and Julian Works.

• “Imaginary” (PG-13): A woman moves back into her childhood home with her family, and her youngest stepdaughter develops an eerie attachment to a stuffed bear that she finds in the basem*nt. Starring DeWanda Wise, Pyper Braun, Tom Payne and Taegan Burns.

• “The American Society of Magical Negroes” (PG-13): Comedy about a young man who gets recruited into a secret society of magical Black people who dedicate their lives to making white people’s lives easier. Starring Justice Smith, David Alan Grier, Nicole Byer and Rupert Friend.

• “Wicked Little Letters” (R): Set in a 1920’s seaside town, the residents of Littlehampton start receiving letters filled with obscenities and hilarious profanity, and blame Rose, a rowdy Irish immigrant. Starring Olivia Colman, Jessie Buckley, Anjana Vasan.

• “Tillu Square”: Indian Telugu-language romantic crime comedy, starring Anupama Parameswaran, Siddu Jonnalagadda, Madonna Sebastian and Fish Venkat. Available on Netflix.

• “Spy × Family Code-White”: A spy and an assassin keep their double lives to themselves while pretending to be the perfect family. Anime film.

• “Sasquatch Sunset” (R): Comedy/Drama Deep in the woods in North America, a family of Sasquatches find themselves on a collision course with the ever-changing world around them. Starring Riley Keough, Nathan Zellner and Jesse Eisenberg.

• “Arcadian” (R): In the near future on a decimated Earth, Paul and his twin sons find tranquility by day but terror by night when ferocious creatures awaken and consume all living souls in their path. Starring Nicolas Cage, Maxwell Jenkins, Sadie Soverall and Jaeden Martell.

• “They Shot the Piano Player” PG-13: A New York music journalist goes on a quest to uncover the truth behind the mysterious disappearance of Brazilian piano virtuoso Francisco Tenório Júnior. Animated docudrama, featuring the voice of Jeff Goldblum.

• “Blood for Dust” (R): Travelling salesman Cliff (Scoot McNairy) is drowning under the weight of providing for his family and finds himself on a dangerous path after a chance encounter with a colleague who has a dark past. Starring Kit Harington, Josh Lucas and Ethan Suplee.

• “Rebel Moon-Part Two-The Scargiver” (PG-13): The continued science fiction/fantasy saga of Kora and the surviving warriors as they prepare to fight alongside the brave people of Veldt, to defend a once peaceful village, a newfound homeland for those who have lost their own in the fight against the Motherworld. Starring Sofia Boutella, Djimon Hounsou, Ed Skrein, Michiel Huisman, Bae Doona, Ray Fisher, Charlie Hunnam, Charlotte Maggi, Staz Nair and Anthony Hopkins. Available on Netflix.

• “The Greatest Hits” (PG-13): Harriet (Lucy Boynton) discovers certain songs can transport her back in time – literally. While she relives romantic memories of her former boyfriend, her time travelling collides with a new love interest in the present Also starring David Corenswet, Justin H. Min, Retta, Jackson Kelly, and Robert Keane. Available on Hulu.

• “Housekeeping for Beginners” (R): Dita never wanted to be a mother, but circ*mstances force her to raise her girlfriend’s two daughters. The three butt heads yet become an unlikely family that must fight to stay together. Starring Anamaria Marinca, Alina Serban, Samson Selim and Vladimir Tintor.

• “Woody Woodpecker Goes to Camp”: After getting kicked out of the forest, Woody thinks he’s found a forever home at Camp Woo Hoo, until an inspector threatens to shut down the camp. Available on Netflix.

• “Girls State” (TV-MA): A political coming-of-age story that follows young female leaders from different backgrounds across Missouri participating in an experiment to build a government from the ground up. Available on Apple TV+.

• “Argylle” (PG-13): Reclusive author Elly Conway (Bryce Dallas Howard) writes a series of best-selling espionage novels about secret agent Argylle. The plot thickens when Elly’s fictional books about Argylle and his mission to unravel a global spy syndicate begin to mirror reality. Also starring Sam Rockwell, Henry Cavill, John Cena, Dua Lipa and Samuel L. Jackson.

• “Ordinary Angels” (PG): A struggling hairdresser meets a widowed father working hard to care for his two daughters. With his youngest critically ill and waiting for a liver transplant, the woman rallies the community to help. Starring Alan Ritchson, Hilary Swank, Nancy Travis and Skywalker Hughes.

• “Bob Marley-One Love”: (PG-13): Celebrates the life of Jamaican singer-songwriter Bob Marley, who overcame adversity to become the most famous reggae musician in the world. Produced in partnership with the Marley family and starring Kingsley Ben-Adir as Bob Marley and Lashana Lynch as his wife Rita.

• “Migration” (PG): Animated tale about a family of ducks who decide to leave their New England pond for a family adventure trip to Jamaica, but wind up in New York City. Featuring the voices of Elizabeth Banks, Kumail Nanjiani, Awkwafina, Keegan-Michael Key, David Mitchell, Carol Kane, Caspar Jennings, Tresi Gazal and Danny DeVito.

• “One Life” (PG): Based on a true story, London broker Nicholas “Nicky” Winton helps rescue hundreds of predominantly Jewish children from Czechoslovakia, before the Nazi occupation closes the borders during World War II. Fifty years later, Winton is still haunted by the fate of those he wasn’t able to rescue. Starring Anthony Hopkins, Johnny Flynn, Lena Olin and Helena Bonham.

• “Late Night with the Devil” (R): Horror-comedy set in 1977, about a live television broadcast that goes horribly wrong, unleashing evil into the nation’s living rooms. Starring David Dastmalchian, Ingrid Torelli, Laura Gordon and Georgina Haig.

• “Immaculate” (R): An American nun joins a remote convent in the Italian countryside. She soon discovers her new home has a sinister secret with unspeakable horrors. Starring Sydney Sweeney, Benedetta Porcaroli, Simona Tabasco and Álvaro Morte.

• “The Beekeeper” (R): One man’s brutal campaign for vengeance takes on national stakes after it is revealed that he is a former operative of a powerful and clandestine organization known as “Beekeepers.” Starring Jason Statham, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Josh Hutcherson, Bobby Naderi, Minnie Driver, with Phylicia Rashad and Jeremy Irons.

• “Love Lies Bleeding” (R): A reclusive gym manager falls for Jackie, an ambitious bodybuilder who’s heading to Las Vegas to pursue her dream. Their love soon leads to violence due to Lou’s criminal family. Starring Kristen Stewart, Katy M. O’Brian, Jena Malone and Anna Baryshnikov.

• “Knox Goes Away” (R): After being diagnosed with a rapidly evolving form of dementia, a contract killer gets the chance to redeem himself by saving his estranged son’s life. Starring Michael Keaton, Al Pacino, James Marsden and Joanna Kulig.

• “Madame Web” (PG-13): Cassandra Webb (Dakota Johnson) is a New York City paramedic who develops the power to foresee the future. She must protect three young women from a deadly adversary. Also starring Sydney Sweeney, Isabela Merced and Emma Roberts.

• “Irish Wish” (R) When the love of her life gets engaged to her best friend, Maddie (Lindsay Lohan) puts her feelings aside to be a bridesmaid at their wedding in Ireland. Before the wedding, Maddie makes a spontaneous wish for true love, and wakes up as the bride-to-be. Also starring Alexander Vlahos, Ayesha Curry, Elizabeth Tan, Ed Steelers and Jane Seymour. Available on Netflix.

• “Drive-Away Dolls” (R): Comedy that follows Jamie and her demure friend Marian who take an impromptu road trip to Tallahassee, Fla., but things quickly go awry when they cross paths with a group of inept criminals along the way. Starring Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, Pedro Pascal and Matt Damon.

• “Night Swim” (PG-13): A former baseball player, forced into early retirement by a degenerative illness, moves into a new house with his wife and two children. He hopes that the backyard swimming pool will be fun for the kids and provide physical therapy for himself. But a dark secret in the home’s past will unleash terror. Starring Wyatt Russell, Kerry Condon, Amélie Hoeferle and Gavin Warren.

• “Anyone But You” (R): Despite an amazing first date, Bea and Ben’s initial attraction quickly turns sour. However, when they unexpectedly find themselves at a destination wedding in Australia, they pretend to be the perfect couple to keep up appearances. Starring Sydney Sweeney, Glen Powell, Darren Barnet and Alexandra Shipp.

• “Mean Girls” (PG-13): When new student Cady Heron (Angourie Rice) is welcomed into the top of the social food chain by the elite group of popular girls ruled by the queen bee Regina George (Reneé Rapp), Cady makes the misstep of falling for Regina’s ex-boyfriend. Musical comedy adapted from the Broadway musical, based on the 2004 movie of the same name. Also starring Bebe Wood, Avantika, Christopher Briney, Auli’i Cravalho, Jaquel Spivey, Jon Hamm, Tina Fey and Tim Meadows.

• “American Fiction” (R): Jeffrey Wright stars as Monk, a frustrated novelist who’s fed up with the establishment profiting from “black” entertainment that relies on tired and offensive tropes. Also starring Tracee Ellis Ross, John Ortiz, Erika Alexander, Leslie Uggams and Adam Brody.

• “Damsel” (PG-13): A damsel agrees to marry a handsome prince and then finds the royal family has made her a sacrifice to repay an ancient debt. Thrown into a cave with a fire-breathing dragon, she must rely on her wits and will to survive. Starring Millie Bobby Brown, Ray Winstone, Nick Robinson and Shohreh Aghdashloo. Available on Netflix.

• “Spaceman” (R): Astronaut Jakub (Adam Sandler) is on a solitary research mission to the edge of the solar system. Six months into the voyage, he realizes that his marriage back home is in trouble. A mysterious creature that he finds hiding in the ship offers to help him fix things with his wife, Lenka (Carey Mulligan). Available on Netflix.

• “Lisa Frankenstein” (PG-13): A horror comedy about a misunderstood teenager and her high school crush, a handsome corpse who comes back to life. Starring Kathryn Newton, Cole Sprouse, Liza Soberano, Henry Eikenberry, Joe Chrest and Carla Gugino.

• “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” (PG-13): Having failed to defeat Aquaman (Jason Momoa) in the first film, Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II) is still driven by the need to avenge his father’s death, and will stop at nothing to take down Aquaman, his family and Atlantis. Also starring Nicole Kidman, Dolph Lundgren and Randall Park.

• “Wonka” (PG): Prequel to “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, based on Roald Dahl’s children’s book, “Wonka” tells the story of how the inventor, magician and chocolate-maker became the beloved Willy Wonka. Starring Timothée Chalamet, Calah Lane, Keegan-Michael Key, Paterson Joseph, Matt Lucas, Mathew Baynton, Sally Hawkins, Rowan Atkinson, Jim Carter, and Olivia Colman.

• “No Way Up” (R):Survivors of a plane crash into the ocean must find a way to escape as sharks circle the wreckage. Starring Sophie McIntosh, Colm Meaney, Will Attenborough and Jeremias Amoore.

• “The Zone of Interest” (R): A commandant of Auschwitz, strives to build a dream life for his family in a house and garden next to the concentration camp. Starring Sandra Hüller and Christian Friedel.

• “Land of Bad” (R): A Delta Force team is ambushed in enemy territory, and their only hope lies with an Air Force drone pilot as the eyes in the sky. Starring Russell Crowe, Liam Hemsworth, Luke Hemsworth and Ricky Whittle.

• “The Boys in the Boat” (PG-13): A sports drama that follows the 1936 University of Washington rowing team that competed for gold at the Summer Olympics in Berlin. Based on the #1 New York Times bestselling non-fiction novel written by Daniel James Brown. Starring Joel Edgerton and Callum Turner. Directed by George Clooney.

• “Suncoast” (R): Story of teenager (Nico Parker) who, while caring for her brother along with her mother (Laura Linney), strikes up a friendship with an eccentric activist (Woody Harrelson) who is protesting one of the most landmark medical cases of all time. Available on Hulu.

• “Orion and the Dark” (NR): Animated adventure about Orion, an average elementary school kid who is confronted by his worst fear-the Dark. Featuring the voices of Jacob Tremblay, Paul Walter Hauser, and Werner Herzog. Available on Netflix.

• “I.S.S.” (R): Sci-fi thriller set in the near future aboard the International Space Station. When a worldwide conflict breaks out on Earth, the U.S. and Russian astronauts each receive orders from the ground to take control of the station by any means necessary. Starring Ariana DeBose, Masha Mashkova, Chris Messina and Costa Ronin.

• “The Book of Clarence” (PG-13): A man struggles to find a better life for his family while fighting to free himself of debt. Captivated by the power and glory of the rising Messiah, he risks everything to carve his own path and discovers that the redemptive power of belief may be his only way out. Starring LaKeith Stanfield, RJ Cyler, James McAvoy and Teyana Taylor.

• “The Iron Claw” (R): Based on the true story of the inseparable Von Erich brothers, who made history in the competitive world of professional wrestling in the early 1980’s. Starring Zac Efron, Jeremy Allen White, Harris Dickinson, Maura Tierney with Holt McCallany and Lily James.

• “Ferrari” (R): During the summer of 1957, bankruptcy looms over the company that Enzo Ferrari and his wife built 10 years earlier. Enzo decides to wager it all on the iconic Mille Miglia, a treacherous 1,000-mile race across Italy. Starring Penélope Cruz, Adam Driver, Patrick Dempsey and Shailene Woodley.

• “The Jungle Bunch 2: World Tour” (PG): A vicious beaver covers the jungle with a dangerous pink substance that explodes when coming into contact with water. With the rainy season approaching, a group of animals hurry to find the antidote. Animated, featuring the voices of Emmanuel Curtil, Céline Monsarrat, Jérémie Covillault and Mark Camacho.

• “Wish” (PG): Walt Disney Animation Studios’ all-new musical-comedy taking audiences to the magical kingdom of Rosas, where Asha, a sharp-witted idealist, makes a wish so powerful that it is answered by a cosmic force. Featuring the voices of Ariana DeBose as Asha, Chris Pine as Magnifico, and Alan Tudyk as Asha’s favorite goat, Valentino.

• “Turning Red” (2022) (PG): Mei Lee (voice of Rosalie Chiang), is a 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the urges of adolescence, plus whenever she gets too excited, she “poofs” into a giant red panda. Her mother is Ming (voice of Sandra Oh).

• The Underdoggs (R): When Jayden “Two Js” Jennings, a washed-up former pro football star is sentenced to do community service coaching an unruly pee-wee football team in his hometown, he sees it mostly as an opportunity to rebuild his public image. Starring Snoop Dogg, Tika Sumpter and Mike Epps. Available on Amazon Prime.

• “Masters of the Air” ( TV-MA): Limited series based on Donald L. Miller’s book of the same name, the film follows the men of the 100th Bomb Group (the “Bloody Hundredth”) as they conduct perilous bombing raids over Nazi Germany. Starring Austin Butler, Barry Keoghan, Elliot Warren and Ncuti Gatwa. Available on Apple TV+.

• “The Hunger Games-The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes” (PG-13): Prequel set 64 years before Katniss Everdeen volunteered as a tribute, and decades before Coriolanus Snow became the tyrannical President of Panem. It follows a young Coriolanus (Tom Blyth) who is reluctantly assigned to mentor Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler), a tribute from District 12. Also starring Peter Dinklage, Hunter Schafer, Josh Andrés Rivera, Jason Schwartzman, and Viola Davis.

• “Trolls Band Together” (PG): After two films of friendship and flirting, Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) are now a couple, and Poppy discovers that Branch and his brothers were once part of her favorite boy band. Animated musical comedy, also featuring the voices of Camila Cabello, Eric Andre and Amy Schumer.

• “The Color Purple” (PG-13): Musical/drama remake of the 1985 film, based on the novel and the Broadway musical about the extraordinary sisterhood of three women. Directed by Blitz Bazawule and produced by Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Scott Sanders and Quincy Jones. Starring Taraji P. Henson, Danielle Brooks, Colman Domingo, Corey Hawkins and Halle Bailey.

• “Lift” (PG-13): An international heist crew races to lift $500 million in gold from a passenger plane at 40,000 feet. Starring Kevin Hart, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Vincent D’Onofrio and Úrsula Corberó. Available on Netflix.

• “The Marvels” (PG-13): Sequel to “Captain Marvel” with Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel teaming up with two other super heroes to save the universe as “The Marvels.” Starring Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani, Zawe Ashton, Gary Lewis, Seo-Jun Park, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Saagar Shaikh, and Samuel L. Jackson. Available on Disney+.

• “Next Goal Wins” (PG-13): Sports comedy that follows the American Samoa soccer team, known for its brutal 2001 FIFA loss. With the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers approaching, the team hires down-on-his-luck, maverick coach Thomas Rongen (Michael Fassbender) hoping he will turn the world’s worst soccer team around. Also starring Oscar Knightly, Kaimana, David Fane, Rachel House, Beulah Koale, Will Arnett, and Taika Waititi.

• “Rebel Moon-Part One-A Child of Fire” (PG-13): An epic science fiction/fantasy film. When a peaceful settlement on a moon on the edge of the galaxy finds itself threatened by the armies of the tyrannical Regent Balisarius, their best hope for survival is Kora (Sofia Boutella), a mysterious stranger living among the villagers. Also starring Djimon Hounsou, Ed Skrein, Michiel Huisman, Bae Doona, Ray Fisher, Charlie Hunnam and Anthony Hopkins. Available on Netflix.

• “Good Grief” (R): An artist grieving the loss of his famous writer husband takes his two best friends on a trip to Paris. Starring Dan Levy, Luke Evans, Ruth Negga, and Himesh Patel.

• “The Family Plan” (PG-13): Dan Morgan (Mark Wahlberg) lives a quiet suburban life as a devoted husband, father of three and successful car salesman. But when enemies from his past life as a government assassin track him down, he packs his unsuspecting wife (Michelle Monaghan), and children into their minivan and takes off on a cross-country road trip to Las Vegas. Available on Apple TV+.

• “Silent Night” (R): A man witnesses the death of his young son when the boy gets caught in the crossfire between warring gangs on Christmas Eve. While recovering from a wound that took his voice, the father goes on a bloody quest to punish those responsible for his son’s death. Starring Joel Kinnaman, Kid Cudi, Catalina Sandino Moreno and Harold Torres.

• “Chicken Run-Dawn of the Nugget” (PG): Sequel to the stop-motion animated film, “Chicken Run” of 2000. After escaping from Tweedy’s farm, Ginger and Rocky have found a peaceful island sanctuary for the whole flock. But they must return to the mainland, because chicken-kind faces a terrible threat. Featuring the voices of Thandiwe Newton, Zachary Levi, Bella Ramsey, Imelda Staunton, and Lynn Ferguson. Available on Netflix.

• “Maestro” (R): Love story about the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. Starring Carey Mulligan, Bradley Cooper, Matt Bomer, Maya Hawke, Sarah Silverman and Josh Hamilton. Directed by Bradley Cooper. Available on Netflix.

• “Dream Scenario” (R): Paul Matthews (Nicolas Cage) finds his life turned upside down when millions of strangers suddenly start seeing him in their dreams. Also starring Julianne Nicholson, Michael Cera, Tim Meadows, Dylan Gelula and Dylan Baker.

• “Thanksgiving” (R): An axe-wielding maniac terrorizes residents of Plymouth, Mass., after a Black Friday riot ends in tragedy. Starring Addison Rae, Rick Hoffman, Nell Verlaque and Milo Manheim.

• “Journey To Bethlehem” (PG): A musical retelling the story of Mary and Joseph and the birth of Jesus. Starring Milo Manheim, Fiona Palomo, Joel Smallbone and Antonio Banderas.

• “The Holdovers” (R): An instructor at a New England prep school is forced to remain on campus during Christmas break to babysit the handful of students with nowhere to go. Starring Paul Giamatti, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Dominic Sessa, Tate Donovan and Carrie Preston.

• “Five Nights at Freddy’s” (PG-13): Horror film based on the video game series of the same name. A troubled young man caring for his 10-year-old sister Abby, and haunted by the past disappearance of his younger brother, takes a job as a night security guard at an abandoned theme restaurant: Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria. Starring Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Lail, Kat Conner Sterling, Piper Rubio, Mary Stuart Masterson and Matthew Lillard. Also available streaming on Peaco*ck.

• “Killers of the Flower Moon” (R): An epic western crime saga, based on a true story and told through the romance of Ernest Burkhart (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Mollie Kyle (Lily Gladstone), about the suspicious murders of members of the Osage Nation after oil was discovered underneath their land. Also starring Robert De Niro, Jesse Plemons, Tantoo Cardinal, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins, Jillian Dion, William Belleau, Louis Cancelmi, and Brendan Fraser. Written and Directed by Martin Scorsese.

• “Eileen” (R): Set in 1964 Massachusetts, a young secretary becomes enchanted by Rebecca, the glamorous new counselor at the prison where she works. Their friendship soon takes a twisted turn when Rebecca reveals a dark secret. Based on a novel by Ottessa Moshfegh. Starring Thomasin McKenzie, Anne Hathaway, Sam Nivola and Owen Teague.

• “Waitress-The Musical” (NR): A new musical comedy-drama film consisting of a live stage recording of Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson’s 2015 musical of the same name, based on the 2007 film of the same name written by Adrienne Shelly.

• “Priscilla” (R): The story of Elvis and Priscilla’s long courtship and turbulent marriage, as seen through Priscilla’s eyes. Written and directed by Sofia Coppola, starring Cailee Spaeny and Jacob Elordi.

• “Leave the World Behind” (R): A family’s vacation is upended when two strangers arrive, seeking refuge from a cyberattack. Starring Julia Roberts, Mahershala Ali, Ethan Hawke, Myha’la, Farrah Mackenzie, Charlie Evans, and Kevin Bacon. Available on Netflix.

• “Candy Cane Lane” (PG): A man makes a deal with a mischievous elf who casts a magic spell that brings “The Twelve Days of Christmas” to life. Starring Eddie Murphy, Jillian Bell, Tracee Ellis Ross and Thaddeus J. Mixson. Available on Amazon Prime.

• “May December” (R): Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance, a married couple buckles under the pressure when an actor arrives to do research for a film about their past. Starring Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore and Charles Melton. Available on Netflix.

• “Family Switch” (PG): A chance encounter with an astrological reader causes a family to wake up to a full body switch on the morning of an important day in each of their lives including landing a promotion, a college interview, sealing a record deal, and soccer tryout. Starring Jennifer Garner, Ed Helms, Emma Myers and Brady Noon. Available on Netflix.

• “Leo” (PG): Animated musical comedy about the last year of elementary school –– as seen through the eyes of a class pet, a 74-year-old lizard named Leo (Adam Sandler) who has been stuck in the same Florida classroom for decades with his terrarium-mate turtle (Bill Burr). Also featuring the voices of Cecily Strong, Jason Alexander, Sadie Sandler, Sunny Sandler and Rob Schneider. Available on Netflix.

• “Best. Christmas. Ever!” (PG-13): Charlotte’s friend Jackie sends a boastful holiday newsletter every year. A twist of fate lands Charlotte and her family on Jackie’s doorstep just days before Christmas. Starring Heather Graham, Brandy Norwood, Matt Cedeño and Jason Biggs. Available on Netflix.

• “It’s a Wonderful Knife” (R): After saving her town from a psychotic killer on Christmas Eve, Winnie (Jane Widdop) wishes she was never born and finds herself transported to a nightmarish parallel universe. Also starring Cassandra Naud, Justin Long and Jessica McLeod.

• “What Happens Later” (R): Snowed-in at a regional airport overnight, ex-lovers Willa and Bill meet again and realize they’re still attracted to each other, yet also still equally annoyed with each other. Starring Meg Ryan, David Duchovny and Eric Parkinson.

• “Dumb Money” (R): Comedy-drama film based on the true story about regular people who flipped the script on Wall Street with GameStop stock. Starring Paul Dano, Shailene Woodley, Seth Rogen and Pete Davidson.

• “Oppenheimer” (R): IMAX-shot thriller about the American scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer and his role in the development of the atomic bomb. Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, starring Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr. and Matt Damon.

• “The Creator” (PG-13): Epic sci-fi action thriller set amidst a future war between the human race and the forces of artificial intelligence. Starring John David Washington, Gemma Chan, Ken Watanabe, Sturgill Simpson, Madeleine Yuna Voyles and Allison Janney.

• “The Persian Version” (R): Iranian-American Leila (Layla Mohammadi) strives to find balance and embrace her opposing cultures. When her family reunites in New York City for her father’s heart transplant, Leila attempts to keep her “real” life separate from her family life. Also starring Niousha Noor, Kamand Shafieisabet and Bijan Daneshmand.

• “The Kill Room” (R): A hit man teams up with an art dealer for a money-laundering scheme that unwittingly turns him into an avant-garde sensation. Starring Uma Thurman, Maya Hawke, Samuel L. Jackson and Liv Morgan.

• “The Retirement Plan” (R): A woman turns to her estranged beach bum father for help to escape a ruthless crime boss. Starring Nicolas Cage, Ashley Greene, Ron Perlman and Jackie Earle Haley.

• “Outlaw Johnny Black” (PG-13): Cowboy Johnny Black vows to gun down the man responsible for the death of his father. He soon becomes a wanted outlaw while posing as a preacher in a small mining town. Starring Michael Jai White, Byron Minns, Anika Noni Rose and Tony Baker.

• “Back on the Strip” (R): Comedy film starring Spence Moore II as Merlin, a young man who moves to Las Vegas to pursue work as a magician, only to get hired as the frontman for the notorious Black male stripper crew, the Chocolate Chips. Also starring Wesley Snipes, Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart.

• “Landscape with Invisible Hand” (R): When an occupying alien species’ leaves most of Earth impoverished and unemployed, two teenagers hatch a risky plan to save their families. Starring Asante Blackk, Brooklynn Mackenzie and Kylie Rogers.

• “Shortcomings” (R): Ben, a struggling filmmaker in Berkeley, California, lives with his girlfriend, Miko, who works for a local Asian American film festival. When Miko moves to New York for an internship, Ben begins to explore what he thinks he might want. Starring Justin H. Min, Sherry Cola, Ally Maki and Debby Ryan.

• “The Miracle Club” (PG-13): Set in 1967, three women of Ballygar, Ireland, get their ticket of a lifetime to escape domestic life and make a pilgrimage to the sacred French town of Lourdes, a place of miracles, with help from their local priest. Starring Laura Linney, Maggie Smith and Kathy Bates.

• “Past Lives” (PG-13): Nora and Hae Sung, two deeply connected childhood friends, are torn apart after Nora’s family emigrates from South Korea. Two decades later, they are reunited in New York in this heartening modern romance. Starring Greta Lee, Teo Yoo and John Magaro.

• “After Death” (PG-13): Scientists, authors and survivors of near-death experiences discuss mortality and the afterlife. Directed by Chris Radtke and Stephen Gray. Starring Doug Lito.

• “Inspector Sun and the Curse of the Black Widow” (PG): Fired from his detective job after a mission goes awry, Inspector Sun boards a seemingly normal plane for a much-needed vacation. Starring Ronny Chieng, Jesús Barreda, Vicente Gil and Fernando García Cabrera.

• “Freelance” (R): A former special forces operative reluctantly takes on a freelance gig to provide private security for a washed-up journalist as she interviews a ruthless dictator. When a military coup breaks out, the unlikely trio must figure out how to survive the jungle and make it out alive. Starring Alison Brie, John Cena, Alice Eve and Juan Pablo Raba.

• “Rustin” (PG-13): The architect of 1963’s momentous March on Washington, Bayard Rustin was one of the greatest activists and organizers the world has ever known. Starring Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, Glynn Turman, Audra McDonald. Available on Netflix.

• “The Killer” (R): Thriller that follows an assassin who, after a near-miss, battles his employers on an international manhunt. Directed by David Fincher. Starring Michael Fassbender, Charles Parnell, Arliss Howard, Sophie Charlotte, and Tilda Swinton. Available on Netflix.

• “PAW Patrol-The Mighty Movie” (PG): After a meteor strikes Adventure City, the PAW Patrol pups gain superpowers in this new PAW Patrol computer-animated film. Featuring the voices of McKenna Grace, Marsai Martin, Iain Armitage, Christian Convery, Ron Pardo, Finn Lee-Epp, Christian Corrao, Luxton Handspiker, Nylan Parthipan, Callum Shoniker, Kristen Bell, James Marsden, Serena Williams, Taraji P. Henson, Kim Kardashian and Chris Rock.

• “Saw X” (R): New installment in the “Saw” franchise, set between the events of “Saw I” and “Saw II”, a sick and desperate John Kramer (Tobin Bell) travels to Mexico for a risky and experimental medical procedure to cure for his cancer – only to discover it is a scam. He turns the tables on the con artists through a series of traps. Also starring Shawnee Smith, Synnøve Macody Lund, Renata Vaca and Steven Brand.

• “The Exorcist-Believer” (R): After a single father’s daughter and her friend Katherine disappear in the woods for three days with no memory of what happened, they start showing signs of demonic possession. Terrified and desperate, he seeks out Chris MacNeil, (Ellen Burstyn) who reprises her iconic role from the 1973 film, “The Exorcist”. Also starring Leslie Odom Jr., Ann Dowd, Jennifer Nettles, Norbert Leo Butz, Lidya Jewett and Olivia Marcum.

• “Fingernails” (R): Science fiction film set in a near-future where couples can use a new technology to test their love. Starring Jessie Buckley, Riz Ahmed, Jeremy Allen White and Luke Wilson. Available on Apple TV+.

• “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3” (PG-13): Members of the Portokalos family reunite in Greece for a new adventure. Starring Nia Vardalos, Lainie Kazan, John Corbett, Louis Mandylor and Elena Kampouris.

• “The Equalizer 3” (R): Since giving up his life as a government assassin, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), takes solace in serving justice on behalf of the oppressed. Now living in Southern Italy, he learns his new friends are under the control of local crime bosses and becomes his friends’ protector. Also starring Dakota Fanning, Sonia Ammar, Gaia Scodellaro and David Denman.

• “Blue Beetle” (PG-13): When Jaime Reyes (Xolo Maridueña) finds an ancient relic of alien biotechnology called the Scarab, he becomes its symbiotic host, and is bestowed with an incredible suit of armor with extraordinary powers. Also starring Bruna Marquezine, George Lopez and Belissa Escobedo.

• “Barbie” (PG-13): Barbie and Ken, (Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling) are living in the seemingly perfect world of Barbie Land, but then decide to join the real world. The all-star cast includes: Greta Gerwig, Will Ferrell, America Ferrera, Kate McKinnon, Michael Cera, Ariana Greenblatt, singer/songwriter Dua Lipa, and Helen Mirren as narrator.

• “Expend4bles” (R): The Expendables are back in the fourth installment of the action movie franchise with invincible veteran mercenary Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) and his entourage, armed with every weapon available. Also starring Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren and Megan Fox.

• “NYAD” (R): Based on the true story of Diana Nyad, (American author, journalist, motivational speaker, and long-distance swimmer), who swam from Cuba to Florida, at the age of 64. Starring Annette Bening, Jodie Foster, Rhys Ifans, Ethan Jones Romero and Luke Cosgrov. Available on Netflix.

• “The Blind” (PG-13): Byopic based on “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson’s troubled past and road to redemption. Starring Aron Von Andrian, Amelia Eve, Matthew Erick White and Aaron Dalla Villa.

• “The Nun II” (R): Horror film sequel follows Sister Irene as she once again comes face-to-face with a demonic force. Starring Bonnie Aarons, Taissa Farmiga, Storm Reid and Anna Popplewell.

• “A Haunting in Venice” (PG-13): Supernatural thriller based upon the novel “Hallowe’en Party” by Agatha Christie’ and directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh as retired detective Hercule Poirot. Poirot attends a Halloween séance at a haunted palazzo, where one of the guests is murdered. Also starring Kyle Allen, Camille Cottin, Jamie Dornan, Tina Fey and Michelle Yeoh.

• “Pain Hustlers” (R): Liza Drake (Emily Blunt), a blue-collar single mom who has just lost her job, has a chance meeting with pharmaceutical sales rep Pete Brenner (Chris Evans). Out of desperation, she takes a job at the pharmaceutical startup, which helps her financially, but she becomes entangled in a dangerous racketeering scheme. Also starring Andy Garcia and Chloe Coleman. Available on Netflix.

• “Vindicta” (R): A seasoned detective and a young paramedic are forced into a deadly game of vengeance with a masked serial killer, who remains on the loose. Starring Sean Astin, Elena Kampouris, Jeremy Piven and Daniel Cudmore.

• “She Came to Me” (R): A composer has a creative block and is unable to finish the score for his big comeback opera. His wife, who was formerly his therapist, suggests he search for inspiration. Starring Anne Hathaway, Peter Dinklage, Marisa Tomei and Joanna Kulig. Available on Apple TV+.

• “Old Dads” (R): Comedy about three middle-aged fathers who struggle to keep up with changing times. Starring Bill Burr, Bobby Cannavale, Bokeem Woodbine and Katie Aselton. Available on Netflix.

• “The Pigeon Tunnel” (PG-13): Documentarian Errol Morris tells about the storied life and career of former British spy and author David Cornwell, known by the pen name of John le Carré, author of classic espionage novels. Available on Apple TV+.

• “Mission Impossible-Dead Reckoning Part One” (PG-13): Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his team must track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens all of humanity before it falls into the wrong hands. Also starring Hayley Atwell, Rebecca Ferguson, Vanessa Kirby, Esai Morales and Pom Klementieff.

• “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” (PG): New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated film. After years of being sheltered from the human world, the Turtle brothers set out to win the hearts of New Yorkers. A new friend helps them take on a crime syndicate, but they are soon under attack by an army of mutants. Featuring the voices of Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen, Nicolas Cantu, Micah Abbey, Brady Noon, Shamon Brown Jr., John Cena and Ayo Edebiri.

• “Fair Play” (R): When a coveted promotion at a cutthroat financial firm arises, a newly engaged couple’s relationship is pushed to the brink. Starring Phoebe Dynevor, Alden Ehrenreich, Eddie Marsan, Rich Sommer and Sebastian De Souza. Available on Netflix.

• “Reptile” (R): A hardened detective attempts to solve the case of a brutal murder of a young real estate agent, where nothing is as it seems. Starring Benicio Del Toro, Justin Timberlake, Eric Bogosian, Alicia Silverstone and Domenick Lombardozzi. Available on Netflix.

• “Haunted Mansion” (PG-13): Film inspired by the Disney theme park attraction, “Haunted Mansion”, about a woman and her son who enlist so-called spiritual experts to help rid their home of supernatural squatters. Starring LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, Danny DeVito, Rosario Dawson, Chase W. Dillon, Dan Levy, with Jamie Lee Curtis and Jared Leto. Available on Disney Plus.

• “The Inventor” (PG): Animated biographical film about famous inventor and artist Leonardo da Vinci, when he leaves Italy to join the French court, to experiment, invent machines and study the human body. Featuring the voices of Daisy Ridley, Jim Capobianco, Stephen Fry and Marion Cotillard.

• “Jawan”: A man driven by a personal vendetta to rectify the wrongs in society, comes up against a monstrous outlaw. Starring Shah Rukh Khan, Atlee Kumar, Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi.

• “Meg 2: The Trench” (PG-13): Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) leads a research team on an exploratory dive into the deepest depths of the ocean where they are forced into a battle for survival against prehistoric sharks and relentless environmental plunderers. Also starring Able Wanamakok and Li Bingbing.

• “Gran Turismo” (PG-13): A player wins Nissan-sponsored video game competitions and then becomes a real-life professional race car driver. Starring Archie Madekwe, David Harbour, Orlando Bloom and Darren Barnet.

• “The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar” (PG): A rich man learns about a guru who can see without using his eyes and then sets out to master the skill to cheat at gambling. Starring Ralph Fiennes, Benedict Cumberbatch, Dev Patel, Sir Ben Kingsley and Richard Ayoade. Available on Netflix.

• “Flora and Son” (R): At a loss about what to do with her rebellious teenage son, single mom Flora tries to occupy him with a beat-up acoustic guitar. With the help of a washed-up LA musician, Flora and her son, Max, discover the transformative power of music. Starring Eve Hewson, Jack Reynor, Orén Kinlan and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Available on Apple TV+.

• “Spy Kids-Armageddon” (PG): When the children of the world’s greatest secret agents unwittingly help a powerful game developer unleash a computer virus, they become spies themselves to save their parents and the world. Starring Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi, Everly Carganilla and Connor Esterson. Available on Netflix.

• “Sound of Freedom” (PG-13): After a federal agent rescues a boy from ruthless child traffickers, he learns the boy’s sister is still captive and embarks on a dangerous mission to save her. Starring Jim Caviezel, Eduardo Verástegui, Mira Sorvino and Bill Camp.

• “Love at First Sight” (PG-13): After missing her flight from New York to London, Hadley (Haley Lu Richardson) meets Oliver (Ben Hardy) in a chance encounter at the airport that sparks an instant connection. Available on Netflix.

• “Golda” (PG-13): Biopic of Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir (Helen Mirren), set during the 19 days of the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Also starring Liev Schreiber, Camille Cottin and Jaime Ray Newman.

• “Talk to Me” (R): A group of friends discover how to conjure spirits by using an embalmed hand, and find it thrilling until one of them unleashes terrifying supernatural forces. Directed by Danny and Michael Philippou.

• “Strays” (R): When Reggie (Will Ferrell), a naive Border Terrier, is abandoned on the mean city streets by his lowlife owner, Doug (Will Forte), Reggie falls in with a Boston Terrier named Bug (Jamie Foxx), a stray who loves his freedom. Also starring Isla Fisher, Randall Park and Josh Gad.

• “Bottoms” (R): PJ and Josie start a high school fight club to meet girls and lose their virginity. Starring Rachel Sennott, Ayo Edebiri, Nicholas Galitzine and Havana Rose Liu.

• “Retribution” (R): While driving with his two children, a man ( Liam Neeson) receives a phone call from an unknown assailant who claims there is a bomb in the car. Also starring Noma Dumezweni, Lilly Aspell, Jack Champion and Emily Kusche.

• “The Hill” (PG): Sports drama based on the true story of Rickey Hill who overcame a physical handicap to play professional baseball. Starring Dennis Quaid, Colin Ford, Scott Glenn and Joelle Carter.

• “Elemental” (PG): New Disney and Pixar animated film set in Element City, where fire-, water-, land- and air-residents live together. The story introduces Ember, a tough, quick-witted and fiery young woman, whose friendship with a fun, sappy, go-with-the-flow guy named Wade challenges her beliefs about the world they live in. Featuring the voices of Leah Lewis as Ember and Mamoudou Athie as Wade.

• “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” (PG-13): Harrison Ford returns as archaeologist Indiana Jones for the fifth installment of the franchise. Also starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas, John Rhys-Davies, Shaunette Renee Wilson, Mads Mikkelsen and Boyd Holbrook. Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

• “The Last Voyage of the Demeter” (R): Based on a chapter from Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula”, about the merchant ship Demeter, which was chartered to carry 50 unmarked wooden crates from Carpathia to London. Starring Corey Hawkins, Aisling Franciosi, Liam Cunningham and David Dastmalchian.

• “Attack of the Flies”: Sci-fi thriller produced and directed by August Leo of Detroit, filmed in 2021 in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, set in the 1920s Prohibition Era, focused on the despair and isolation of the time, and a bizarre infestation of insects. Starring Jet Jandreau, Kyle del Santo and Marlon Morton. Available on Amazon.

• “You Are So Not Invited To My Bat Mitzvah” (PG-13): Comedy about Stacy and Lydia, best friends who’ve always dreamed about having epic bat mitzvahs. Plans go awry when a popular boy and middle school drama threaten their friendship. Starring Idina Menzel, Jackie Sandler, Adam Sandler, Sadie Sandler, Sunny Sandler, Samantha Lorraine, Dylan Hoffman and Sarah Sherman. Available on Netflix.

• “The Monkey King” (PG): Computer-animated action comedy film inspired by an epic Chinese tale, about a monkey and his magical fighting stick battling demons, dragons and gods. Starring Jimmy O. Yang, Bowen Yang, Jolie Hoang-Rappaport, Jo Koy, Ron Yuan, Hoon Lee and Stephanie Hsu. Available on Netflix.

• “Heart of Stone” (PG-13): Rachel Stone (Gal Gadot) is an intelligence operative in a global peacekeeping organization who must protect the organization’s most valuable and dangerous weapon. Also starring Jamie Dornan, Alia Bhatt, Matthias Schweighöfer, and Jing Lusi. Available on Netflix.

• “Happiness for Beginners” (TV-14): Newly divorced, Helen (Ellie Kemper), joins a quirky group of strangers on a survival course for the “adventure of a lifetime”, with hope of learning how to live and love again. Also starring Luke Grimes, Nico Santos and Blythe Danner. Available on Netflix.

• “Insidious- The Red Door” (PG-13): Fifth installment of the Insidious horror franchise, with Josh Lambert (Patrick Wilson) heading east to drop his son, Dalton, off at school. However, Dalton’s college dream soon becomes a living nightmare when the demons of his past return to haunt them both. Also starring Ty Simpkins, Lin Shaye and Joseph Bishara.

• “Theater Camp” (PG-13): Comedy about how the staff of a rundown theater camp in upstate New York band together when their founder falls into a coma. Starring Molly Gordon, Ben Platt, Jimmy Tatro and Ayo Edebiri.

• “The Beanie Bubble” (R): The tale of the Beanie Baby empire in the 1990s. Starring Zach Galifianakis, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Snook and Geraldine Viswanathan. Available on Apple TV+.

• “They Cloned Tyrone” (R): Science fiction/mystery film about an unlikely trio on the trail of a government conspiracy. Starring John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, Jamie Foxx, with Kiefer Sutherland. Available on Netflix.

• “Spider-Man-Across the Spider-Verse” (PG): Brooklyn’s neighborhood Spider-Man is catapulted across the Multiverse where he encounters a team of Spider-People. Starring Hailee Steinfeld, Jake Johnson, Karan Soni, Shameik Moore, Oscar Isaac and Daniel Kaluuya.

• “Jules” (PG-13): A UFO crashes into a man’s backyard in rural Pennsylvania. As he befriends the extraterrestrial, things get complicated when two neighbors discover it. Starring Ben Kingsley, Jade Quon, Jane Curtin and Harriet Sansom Harris.

• “Joy Ride” (R): Comedy that centers on four unlikely friends who embark on an international adventure. When Audrey’s business trip to Asia goes awry, she enlists the help of Lolo, her childhood best friend, Kat, a college friend, and Deadeye, Lolo’s eccentric cousin. Starring Ashley Park, Sherry Cola, Stephanie Hsu, and Sabrina Wu.

• “The First Slam Dunk” (PG-13): Japanese animated sports film with the Shohoku High School basketball club in a match against Sannoh High School.

• “Transformers-Rise of the Beasts” (PG-13): New Transformers film will take audiences on a ’90s globetrotting adventure with Optimus Prime and the Autobots teaming up with a new faction of Transformers – the Maximals – to join them as allies in the battle for Earth. Starring Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback, Luna Lauren Velez, Dean Scott Vazquez, Peter Cullen, Ron Perlman, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Yeoh, Liza Koshy and Pete Davidson.

• “Stephen Curry-Underrated” (PG-13): A documentary about Stephen Curry’s rise from an undersized college basketball player at a small town Division I college to a four-time NBA champion with archival footage and on camera interviews. Available on Apple TV+.

• “The Flash” (PG-13): Warner Bros. superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. The Flash uses his superpowers to travel back in time to save his family, but inadvertently alters the future. He becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod has returned, threatening annihilation and there are no super heroes to turn to, unless he can coax a very different Batman out of retirement. Starring Ezra Miller, Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Michael Keaton and Ben Afleck.

• “Asteroid City” (R): World-changing events disrupt a Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention in a fictional American desert town, circa 1955. Science fiction comedy film directed by Wes Anderson. Starring Jason Schwartzman, Tom Hanks, Tilda Swinton, Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Hope Davis, Rupert Friend, Maya Hawke, Steve Carrell, Matt Dillon, Margot Robbie, Willem Dafoe and Scarlett Johansson.

• “Every Body” (R): Documentary focusing on three individuals who overcame shame, secrecy, and unauthorized surgery throughout their childhoods. Starring River Gallo, Sean Saifa Wall and Ruth Deibel.

• “No Hard Feelings” (R): On the brink of losing her childhood home, a desperate woman agrees to date a wealthy couple’s introverted and awkward 19-year-old son before he leaves for college. Comedy starring Jennifer Lawrence, Andrew Barth Feldman, Laura Benanti and Natalie Morales.

• “The Blackening” (R): A group of Black friends reunite for a Juneteenth weekend getaway only to find themselves trapped in a remote cabin with a twisted killer. Forced to play by his rules, the friends soon realize it isn’t a game. Starring Grace Byers, Jermaine Fowler, Melvin Gregg, Dewayne Perkins and Sinqua Walls.

• “The Little Mermaid” (PG): Disney live-action remake of the animated “The Little Mermaid,” based on the fairy tale written by author Hans Christian Andersen about a beautiful and spirited young mermaid who longs to find out more about the world beyond the sea. Starring singer and actress Halle Bailey as Ariel; Jonah Hauer-King as Prince Eric; Daveed Diggs as the voice of Sebastian; and Melissa McCarthy as Ursula.

• “The Boogeyman” (PG-13): A horror-thriller based upon the short story by Stephen King about a high school student and her younger sister who are reeling from the death of their mother and aren’t getting much support from their father, Will, a therapist who is dealing with his own pain. When a desperate patient unexpectedly shows up at their home seeking help, he leaves behind a terrifying supernatural entity that preys on families. Starring Sophie Thatcher, Chris Messina, Vivien Lyra Blair, Marin Ireland and Madison Hu.

• “Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken” (PG): DreamWorks Animation action comedy about a shy teenager who discovers that she’s part of a legendary royal lineage of mythical sea krakens. Animated film featuring the voices of Lana Condor, Toni Collette, Annie Murphy, Sam Richardson, Liza Kosher and Jane Fonda.

• “Bird Box Barcelona” (R): From the producers of “Bird Box” comes an expansion of the 2018 film. After a mysterious force decimates the world’s population, Sebastian must navigate his own survival journey through the desolate streets of Barcelona. Starring Mario Casas, Georgina Campbell, Diego Calva and Alejandra Howard. Available on Netflix.

• “The Out-Laws” (R): Owen Browning (Adam Devine) is a bank manager about to get married to the love of his life, Parker (Nina Dobrev). When his bank is held up by the infamous Ghost Bandits during his wedding week, he believes his future in-laws (Pierce Brosnan and Ellen Barkin), who just arrived in town, are the outlaws. Available on Netflix.

• “Beau is Afraid” (R): A paranoid man embarks on an epic odyssey to go home to his mother. Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Nathan Lane, Amy Ryan, Stephen McKinley Henderson and Hayley Squires.

• “Showing Up” (R): A sculptor preparing to open a new show must balance her creative life with the daily dramas of family and friends in this funny portrait of art and craft. Starring Michelle Williams, Hong Chau, Maryann Plunkett, John Magaro and Andrè Benjamin.

• “Spinning Gold” (R): Neil Bogart launched Casablanca Records in the 1970s, giving rise to musical acts including Donna Summer, Parliament, Glady Knight, The Isley Brothers, The Village People, Bill Withers and KISS. Starring Jeremy Jordan, Michelle Monaghan, Jay Pharoah, Casey Likes, Tayla Parx, Dan Fogler and Jason Issacs.

• “Nimona” (PG): When Ballister Boldheart (Riz Ahmed), a knight in a futuristic medieval world, is framed for a crime he didn’t commit, the only one who can help him prove his innocence is Nimona (Chloë Grace Moretz), a teen who happens to be a shape-shifting creature Ballister has been trained to destroy. Also starring Eugene Lee Yang, Frances Conroy and Lorraine Toussaint. Available on Netflix.

• “John Wick-Chapter 4” (R): New film in the franchise where hit man John Wick (Keanu Reeves) takes his fight against The High Table global, facing off against a new enemy with alliances in the underworld across the globe. Also starring Donnie Yen, Bill Skarsgård and Laurence Fishburne.

• “Fast X” (PG-13): The 10th film in the Fast & Furious saga. Now Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his family confront their most lethal opponent, emerging from the shadows of the past fueled by blood revenge. Also starring Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jason Momoa, John Cena, Jason Statham, Sung Kang, Alan Ritchson, Scott Eastwood, with Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron, Brie Larson and Rita Moreno.

• “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3” (PG-13): New Marvel Studios’ superhero film where Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) must rally his team to defend the universe and protect one of their own. Also starring Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana and Karen Gillan.

• “About My Father” (PG-13): Comedy about a man who is encouraged by his fiancée to bring his immigrant, hairdresser father to a weekend get-together with her super-rich and eccentric family. Starring Robert De Niro, Sebastian Maniscalco, Leslie Bibb and Kim Cattrall.

• “Extraction 2” (R): Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is back in a second movie as the Australian black ops mercenary, tasked with another deadly mission: rescuing the battered family of a ruthless Georgian gangster. Also starring Golshifteh Farahani, Daniel Bernhardt and Tinatin Dalakishvili. Available on Netflix.

• “The Super Mario Bros. Movie” (PG): Computer-animated film based on Nintendo’s Super Mario Bros. video game franchise. Featuring the voices of Chris Pratt, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Day, Jack Black, Keegan-Michael Key and Seth Rogen.

• “Evil Dead Rise” (R): Horror film about two estranged sisters trying to survive and save their family from demons in a Los Angeles apartment building. Starring Alyssa Sutherland, Lily Sullivan, Mia Challis and Gabrielle Echols.

• “You Hurt My Feelings” (R): A novelist’s long-standing marriage is suddenly upended when she overhears her husband giving his honest reaction to her latest book. Starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michaela Watkins, Owen Teague and Tobias Menzies and Arian Moayed.

• “Chevalier” (PG-13): Inspired by the true story of composer Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges. The illegitimate son of an African slave and a French plantation owner, Bologne (Kelvin Harrison Jr.), rises in French society as a celebrated violinist-composer and champion fencer. Also starring Samara Weaving, Lucy Boynton, Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo, Marton Csokas, Alex Fitzalan, and Minnie Driver.

• “The Machine” (R): Comedy adventure about a man’s past coming back to haunt him, when a murderous mobster tries to kidnap him to atone for his crimes. Starring Bert Kreischer, Jimmy Tatro, Stephanie Kurtzuba and Mark Hamill.

• “Book Club-The Next Chapter” (PG-13): Sequel to “Book Club”, the new film follows the four best friends as they take their book club to Italy for the fun girls trip they never had. Starring Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Mary Steenburgen, Craig T. Nelson, Giancarlo Giannini, with Andy Garcia and Don Johnson.

• “It Ain’t Over” (PG): The story of Lawrence Peter, “Yogi Berra”, the beloved New York Yankees baseball legend who became famous for his championship rings and funny proverbs. Granddaughter Lindsay Berra tells his story along with his sons, former Yankee teammates, players he managed, writers, broadcasters, and admirers (such as Billy Crystal).

• “Flamin’ Hot” (PG-13): The story of Richard Montañez, the Frito Lay janitor who channeled his Mexican American heritage and upbringing to turn Flamin’ Hot Cheetos into a snack that disrupted the food industry. Starring Jesse Garcia, Annie Gonzalez, Tony Shalhoub, Dennis Haysbert and Emilio Rivera. Directed by Eva Longoria. Available streaming on Disney+ and Hulu.

• “Shooting Stars” (PG-13): Based on the book by LeBron James and the Pulitzer Prize winning author of Friday Night Lights, Buzz Bissinger, is the inspiring origin story of a basketball superhero. Starring Marquis “Mookie” Cook, Caleb McLaughlin, Avery S. Wills Jr., Khalil Everage and Wood Harris.

• “Still-A Michael J. Fox Movie R: Recounts Fox’s story in his own words – the improbable tale of an undersized kid from a Canadian army base who rose to stardom in 1980’s Hollywood, and his diagnosis at age 29 with Parkinson’s disease. Available on Apple TV+.

• Guy Ritchie’s “The Covenant” (R): Directed by Guy Ritchie, the film follows Sergeant John who on his last tour of duty in Afghanistan is teamed with local interpreter Ahmed. After John is injured, Ahmed risks his own life to carry John across miles of grueling terrain to safety. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Emily Beecham and Anthony Starr.

• “Dungeons & Dragons-Honor Among Thieves” (PG-13): The roleplaying game Dungeons and Dragons comes to the big screen in an action-packed adventure with a charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers who undertake an epic heist to retrieve a lost relic. Starring Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, Hugh Grant, Daisy Head and Chloe Coleman.

• “Hypnotic” (R): When a detective learns that his missing daughter and a string of high profile bank robberies might be connected, he goes on a gripping search for his daughter. Starring Ben Affleck, Alice Braga, William Fichtner and Hala Finley.

• “Love Again” (PG-13): Coping with the loss of her fiance, Mira Ray (Priyanka Chopra) sends a series of romantic texts to his old cell phone number, not realizing it was reassigned to journalist Rob Burns (Sam Heughan). When Burns is assigned to write a profile of superstar Celine Dion, he enlists her help to figure out how to meet Mira in person. Starring Priyanka Chopra, Sam Heughan, Celine Dion and Sofia Barclay.

• “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret” (PG-13): Adaptation of author Judy Blume’s book of the same name about 11-year old Margaret (Abby Ryder Fortson) who has a Christian mother and a Jewish father. Margaret is moving to a new town and beginning to contemplate everything about life. She relies on her mother (Rachel McAdams) who offers loving support but is seeking her own footing in a new place, and her grandmother Sylvia (Kathy Bates).

• “Sisu” (R): During the last days of World War II, a prospector crosses paths with Nazis on a scorched-Earth retreat in northern Finland. When the soldiers decide to steal his gold, they quickly discover they just tangled with no ordinary miner. Starring Jorma Tommila, Mimosa Willamo, Onni Tommila and Aksel Hennie.

• “Rally Road Racers” (PG): Animated comedy about a rookie race-car driver who gets the opportunity to compete against the reigning champion of the rally car circuit. Featuring the voices of Chloe Bennet, Jimmy O. Yang, J.K. Simmons and Lisa Lu.

• “Big George Foreman” (PG-13): The film tells the story of world heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman, who retired from boxing, became a preacher, then stepped back in the ring to regain the championship at age 45. Starring George Foreman, Khris Davis, Jasmine Mathews and Sullivan Jones.

• “Mafia Mamma” (R): Action comedy film about a mild-mannered suburban mom who unexpectedly inherits her grandfather’s mafia empire in Italy. Starring Toni Collette, Monica Bellucci, Giulio Corso and Livia De Paolis.

• “Air” (R): A biographical sports drama that follows the history of former Nike executive Sonny Vaccaro, and Nike’s partnership with basketball rookie Michael Jordan to create the Air Jordan brand. Directed by Ben Affleck. Starring Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Viola Davis and Chris Tucker.

• “Polite Society” (PG-13): Action comedy film about martial artist-in-training Ria Khan (Priya Kansara), who believes she must save her older sister Lena (Ritu Arya) from her impending marriage. Also starring Ella Bruccoleri, Shobu Kapoor, Nimbra Bucha and Rachel Kwok.

• “Scream VI” (R): Sixth installment in the “Scream” film series. Four survivors of the original Ghostface killings attempt to leave Woodsboro for a fresh start. Starring Jenna Ortega, Hayden Panettiere, Melissa Barrera, Samara Weaving and Courtney Cox.

• “The Pope’s Exorcist” (R): Horror film based on the memoirs of Father Gabriele Amorth (Russell Crowe), chief exorcist for the Vatican. Also starring Laurel Marsden, Franco Nero and Alex Essoe.

• “Renfield” (R): Dracula’s loyal servant, Renfield (Nicholas Hoult), is forced to procure his master’s prey and do his every bidding. After centuries of servitude to Dracula (Nicolas Cage), Renfield is ready to see if there’s life outside his boss’s shadow. Also starring Awkwafina, Ben Schwartz, Adrian Martinez.

• “Peter Pan and Wendy” (PG): Based on the classic tale, Wendy Darling, a young girl afraid to leave her childhood home behind, meets Peter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up. Starring Alexander Molony, Jude Law, Ever Anderson and Yara Shahidi. Available on Disney+.

• “Creed III” (PG-13): Still dominating the boxing world, Adonis Creed must face off with childhood friend and former boxing prodigy, Damian, who resurfaces after serving in prison. Starring Michael B. Jordan, Jonathan Majors and Tessa Thompson.

• “Avatar-The Way of Water” (PG-13): Set more than a decade after the first film, “Avatar”, the new film centers on the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri and their children) and their battles to stay alive. Starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña, Sigourney Weaver and Kate Winslet.

• “Ghosted” (PG-13): Cole (Chris Evans) falls head over heels for Sadie (Ana de Armas) – but then finds out that she’s a secret agent. Before they go on a second date, Cole and Sadie are swept away on an international adventure to save the world. Also starring Adrian Brody, Amy Sedaris and Lizze Broadway. Available on Apple TV+.

• “Quasi” (R): A hapless hunchback finds himself in the middle of a murderous feud between the Pope and the king of France when each orders the hunchback to kill the other. Starring Adrianne Palicki, Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Gabriel Hogan, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske, and Paul Soter. Available on Hulu.

• “Murder Mystery 2” (PG-13): Four years after solving their first murder mystery, Nick and Audrey Spitz (Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston) are now full-time detectives struggling to start up their private eye agency, when they’re invited to the wedding of the Maharaja (Adeel Akhtar) on his private island. Trouble ensues when the groom is kidnapped for ransom. Available on Netflix.

• “Shazam! Fury of the Gods” (PG-13): The story continues about teenager Billy Batson who, upon reciting the magic word “Shazam!,” is transformed into his adult Super Hero alter ego, Shazam. Starring Zachary Levi, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer, Adam Brody, Rachel Zegler, Lucy Liu and Helen Mirren.

• “A Thousand and One” (R): Free-spirited Inez kidnaps her 6-year-old son, Terry, from the foster care system and they set out to reclaim their sense of home, identity and stability in a rapidly changing New York City. Starring Temana Taylor, William Catlett, Don DiPetta, and Lia Lando.

• “65” (PG-13): After their spaceship crashes on an unknown planet, pilot Mills (Adam Driver) quickly discovers he’s actually stranded on Earth, 65 million years ago. Mills and the only other survivor, Koa, (Ariana Greenblatt) must traverse an unknown terrain riddled with dangerous prehistoric creatures. Also starring Chloe Coleman and Alexandra Shipp.

• “Ant-Man and The Wasp-Quantumania” (PG-13): New adventure of Marvel Studios superhero partners Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) as Ant-Man and the Wasp. Also starring Michael Douglas, Michelle Pfeiffer, Jonathan Majors and Kathryn Newton.

• “Paint” (PG-13): Carl Nargle, a Bob Ross-inspired painter, hosts his own painting show on Vermont public television in this comedy starring Owen Wilson, Ciara Renée, Wendi McLendon‑Covey and Michaela Watkins.

• “Jesus Revolution” (PG-13): Based on the book of the same name about a pastor who opened his congregation in California to welcome youth and hippies in the 1970s. Starring Jonathan Roumie, Kelsey Grammer, Joel Courtney and Kimberly Williams-Paisley.

• “Cocaine Bear” (R): Dark comedy inspired by the 1985 true story of a drug runner’s plane crash, missing cocaine, and the black bear that ate it. Starring Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Christian Convery-Jennings.

• “Tetris” (R): Based on the true story about how one of the world’s most popular video games found its way to avid players around the globe. Henk Rogers ( Taron Egerton) discovers Tetris in 1988, and then travels to the Soviet Union during the Cold War-era where he joins forces with inventor Alexey Pajitnov ( Nikita Efremov). Available on Apple TV+.

• “Champions” (PG-13): Woody Harrelson stars in the story of a former minor-league basketball coach who, after a series of missteps, is ordered by the court to manage a team of players with intellectual disabilities. He soon realizes that this team can go further than imagined. Also starring Ernie Hudson, Cheech Marin, Matt Cook, and Kaitlin Olson.

• “Inside” (R): A high-end art thief becomes trapped inside a luxury, high-tech penthouse in New York’s Times Square during a heist. Starring Willem Dafoe, Eliza Stuyck, Josia Krug and Gene Bervoets.

• “A Good Person” (R): Film about a woman whose life falls apart following her involvement in a fatal accident. Starring Florence Pugh, Morgan Freeman and Celeste O’Connor.

• “Moving On” (R): Two estranged women reunite to seek revenge against the husband of their recently deceased best friend. Starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Richard Roundtree and Malcolm McDowell.

• “80 For Brady” (PG-13): Inspired by the true story of four best friends who take a wild trip to the 2017 Super Bowl LI to see their hero Tom Brady play. Starring Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Sally Field and Tom Brady.

• “A Snowy Day in Oakland” (PG-13): A psychologist from San Francisco decides to end a stalled romance with her high-profile psychiatrist boyfriend and business partner, and open her own practice in Oakland, California. Starring Loretta Devine, Kyle Bary, Michael Jai White and Nicole Ari Parker.

• “Luther-The Fallen Sun” (R): Continuation of the television series featuring detective John Luther (Idris Elba) who sits behind bars, haunted by his failure to capture the serial killer who is terrorizing London. Also starring Cynthia Erivo and Andy Serkis and Dermot Crowley. Available on Netflix.

• “Operation Fortune-Ruse de Guerre” (R): Elite spy Orson Fortune (Jason Statham) must track down and stop the sale of a deadly new weapons technology wielded by billionaire arms broker Greg Simmonds (Hugh Grant). Also starring Aubrey Plaza and Josh Hartnett.

• “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” (R): Mike Lane (Channing Tatum) reprises his role as Magic Mike in this third installment of the franchise. He takes to the stage again when a business deal that went bad leaves him broke and bartending in Florida. Then he is lured to London with a wealthy socialite. Also starring Salma Hayek, Juliette Motamed and Matthew McConaughey.

• “M3GAN” (PG-13): Sci-fi horror film about a life-like doll programmed to be a child’s companion. Equipped with artificial intelligence, the doll can listen, watch and learn as she becomes playmate, teacher and protector for a child. When the creator of the doll becomes the unexpected caretaker of her 8-year-old niece, she gives the girl a M3GAN prototype. Starring Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Ronny Chieng and Brian Jordan Alvarez.

• “Knock at the Cabin” (R): While vacationing at a remote cabin, a young girl and her parents are taken hostage by four armed strangers. Starring Dave Bautista, Jonathan Groff, Ben Aldridge and Nikki Amuka-Bird.

• “A Man Called Otto” (PG-13): A grumpy widower named Otto (Tom Hanks), has his life turned around when a lively young family moves in next door. Based on the New York Times bestseller, “A Man Called Ove”. Also starring Mariana Treviño, Manuel Garcia‑Rulfo and Rachel Keller.

• “Puss in Boots-The Last Wish” (PG): DreamWorks Animation new adventure in the Shrek universe where daring outlaw Puss in Boots discovers that he has burned through eight of his nine lives and sets out to restore his nine lives. Featuring the voices of Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Olivia Colman.

• “Missing” (PG-13): When her mother disappears while on vacation in Colombia with her new boyfriend, June searches for answers from her home in Los Angeles. Starring Storm Reid, Nia Long, Megan Suri and Ken Leung.

• “The Whale” (R): A reclusive English teacher tries to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter. Starring Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, Ty Simpkins and Hong Chau.

• “Plane” (R): Pilot Brodie Torrance (Gerard Butler) saves his passengers from a lightning strike by making a risky landing on a war-torn island. When most of the passengers are taken hostage by dangerous rebels, the only person Torrance can count on for help is Louis Gaspare (Mike Colter), an accused murderer who was being transported by the FBI.

• “Shin Ultraman”: Japanese superhero Kaiju film starring Masami Nagasawa, Akari Hayami, Takumi Saitoh and Hideaki Anno.

• “Of an Age” (R): Set in the summer of 1999 as a 17-year-old Serbian born, Australian amateur ballroom dancer experiences an unexpected and intense 24-hour romance with a friend’s older brother. Starring Thom Green, Toby Derrick, Hattie Hook and Elias Anton.

• “The Amazing Maurice” (PG): Maurice is a streetwise ginger cat who comes up with a money-making scam by befriending a group of talking rats. Animated film with voices of Emilia Clarke, Hugh Bonneville, Gemma Arterton and Himesh Patel.

• “Marlowe” (R): Detective Phillip Marlowe (Liam Neeson) becomes embroiled in an investigation with a wealthy family, in the late 1930s in Bay City, California. Also starring Diane Kruger, Jessica Lange and Daniela Melchior.

• “Emily” (R): Imagined story about English novelist Emily Brontë, author of “Wuthering Heights”, and her journey to womanhood as a rebel and a misfit. Starring Emma Mackey, Oliver Jackson‑Cohen, Fionn Whitehead and Amelia Gething.

• “Living” (PG-13): The story of an ordinary man, worn down by years of office routine, who makes a supreme effort to turn his dull life into something wonderful. Starring Bill Nighy, Aimee Lou Wood, Alex Sharp, and Tom Burke.

• “Black Panther- Wakanda Forever” (PG-13): Marvel Studios’ new superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Black Panther with the Wakandans fighting to protect their nation from intervening world powers in the wake of King T’Challa’s death. Starring Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke and Danai Gurira.

• “Sharper” (R): Motivations are suspect and expectations are turned upside down in this thriller set in New York City. Starring Julianne Moore, Sebastian Stan, Justice Smith and Brianna Middleton.

• “Your Place or Mine” (PG-13): Debbie (Reese Witherspoon) and Peter (Ashton Kutcher) are best friends and total opposites, who decide to swap houses for a week. Also starring Jesse Williams, Tig Notaro, Zoe Chao and Steve Zahn. Available on Netflix.

• “Infinity Pool” (R): A couple on vacation venture outside the resort grounds and find themselves in a culture filled with violence and horror. Starring Mia Goth, Alexander Skarsgård, Cleopatra Coleman and Thomas Kretschman.

• “Fear” (R): A weekend vacation becomes a nightmare for a group of friends in this horror film. Starring King Bach, Joseph Sikora, T.I. and Terrence J., Annie Ilonzeh and Ruby Modine.

• “Maybe I Do” (PG-13): With their relationship at a crossroads, Michelle and Allen invite their parents to finally meet. As it turns out, their parents already know each other. Starring Emma Roberts, Richard Gere, Luke Bracey and Diane Keaton.

• “Alice Darling” (R): Pushed to the breaking point by her psychologically abusive boyfriend, Alice rediscovers herself and gains perspective while on vacation with two close girlfriends. Starring Anna Kendrick, Kaniehtiio Horn, Charlie Carrick and Wunmi Mosaku.

• “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” (PG-13): Musical drama about Whitney Houston, (Naomi Ackie) as she rises to fame in the 1980s. Also starring Stanley Tucci and Ashton Sanders.

• “House Party” (R): Comedy film about aspiring club promoters and buddies Damon and Kevin who are broke and in need of a huge windfall. Their solution is to host the party of the year at an exclusive mansion owned by NBA superstar LeBron James. Starring LeBron James, D.C. Young Fly, Jacob Latimore and Andrew Santino.

• “The Fabelmans” (PG-13): A semi-autobiography based on Steven Spielberg’s own childhood growing up in Arizona, from age 7 to 18. Starring Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen, Gabriel LaBelle. Directed by Steven Spielberg.

• “Shotgun Wedding” (R): Darcy and Tom gather their families for a destination wedding, but the ceremony gets put on hold when gunmen take everyone hostage. Starring Jennifer Lopez, Josh Duhamel, Jennifer Coolidge and Lenny Kravitz. Available on Amazon Prime Video.

• “She is Love”: A divorced couple unexpectedly cross paths at a country inn and rekindle a long-lost love. Starring Haley Bennett, Sam Riley, Michael Smiley and Rosa Robson.

• “Babylon” (R): A tale of ambition and excess, it traces the rise and fall of multiple characters during an era of decadence and depravity in early Hollywood. Starring Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva.

• “You People” (R): Comedy about a new couple and their families who find themselves examining modern love and family dynamics amidst clashing cultures. Starring Jonah Hill, Lauren London, David Duchovny, Nia Long, with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Eddie Murphy. Available on Netflix.

• “Pamela, A Love Story” (NR): An intimate and humanizing portrait of one of the world’s most famous blonde bombshells, Pamela, a love story follows the trajectory of Pamela Anderson’s life and career from small town girl to international sex symbol, actress, activist and doting mother. Starring Pamela Anderson. Available on Netflix.

• “Ticket to Paradise” (PG-13): George Clooney and Julia Roberts star as a divorced couple who team up and travel to Bali to stop their lovestruck daughter from making the same mistake they made 25 years ago.

• “The Son” (PG-13): The film centers on Peter (Hugh Jackman), whose busy life with his infant and new partner Beth (Vanessa Kirby) is upended when his ex-wife Kate (Laura Dern) appears at his door to discuss their son Nicholas (Zen McGrath), who is now a troubled teenager. Also starring Anthony Hopkins.

• “Strange World” (PG): Walt Disney Animation Studios’ adventure about a family of explorers, the Clades, as they attempt to navigate an uncharted, treacherous land alongside a motley crew that includes a mischievous blob, a three-legged dog and a slew of ravenous creatures. The voice cast includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Jaboukie Young-White and Lucy Liu. Available on Disney+.

Theaters

• AMC Theatres: AMC Forum Sterling Heights, 586-254-1381; AMC Star Gratiot Clinton Township, 586-791-2095; AMC Star Great Lakes Auburn Hills, 248-454-0314; AMC Star John R Madison Heights, 248-585-4477, amctheatres.com

• Cinemark Southland Center, Taylor, 734-287-0629, www.cinemark.com/theatres

• Emagine Theatres: Birmingham 8, 248-723-6230; Birmingham Palladium, 248-385-0500; The Riviera, Farmington Hills, 248-788-6572; Macomb, 586-372-3456; Novi, 248-468-2990; Rochester Hills, 248-378-2991; Royal Oak, 248-414-1000, emagine-entertainment.com

• Farmington Civic Theater: 248-474-1951, thefct.com

• Milford Independent Cinema: 248-529-6774, Milford, milfordcinema.org

• MJR Theatres: MJR Chesterfield, 586-598-2500; MJR Universal Grand, Warren, 586-620-0200; MJR Troy, 248-498-2100; MJR Marketplace, Sterling Heights, 586-264-1514; MJR Partridge Creek, Clinton Twp., 586-263-0084; MJR Waterford, 248-666-7900, MJR Southgate, 734-284-3456, mjrtheatres.com

• Oxford GQT Theater: 248-628-7101, gqtmovies.com/theaterinfo/x01tk-gqt-oxford-7

• Regal UA, Commerce Twp.: 844-462-7342, regmovies.com/theatres/regal-ua-commerce-township

• Romeo Theatre, Washington: 586-752-3455, romeotheatre.com

• Trillium Cinema, NCG: Grand Blanc, 810-695-5000, ncgmovies.com

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