Angel Has Fallen—In the third installment of the Fallen franchise, Secret Service agent Mike Banning has been framed for the president’s murder. Rated R.

★★★ The Peanut Butter Falcon—A down-the-river adventure in the key of Mark Twain that features colorful characters, picturesque Southern scenery, and a breakout performance from Shia LaBeouf’s costar, Zack Gottsagen. Rated PG-13.

Ready or Not—Samara Weaving plays a new bride drawn into an unusual game of hide-and-seek with her husband’s wealthy family in this genre-blurring horror-comedy-thriller. Rated R.


The Angry Birds Movie 2— Jason Sudekis leads a surprisingly decent film about an iPhone game. Rated PG. 

★★★The Art of Self-Defense—A nebbish gets entangled in a dark dojo, and writer-director Riley Stearns fashions pitch-black comedy in which the extremes of modern masculinity are rendered so risible that any metaphorical value is leached away. Rated R. —Neil Morris 

Blinded by the Light—Bruce Springsteen’s lyrics hold the meaning of life for a Pakistani-British teen growing up in the 1980s. Rated PG-13. 

The Farewell—A family travels to China to say goodbye to the family matriarch, who is dying of cancer. The twist? They feel that it’s more benevolent to not tell her she’s dying, and have banded together in the lie. Rated PG-13. —Sarah Edwards

★★ Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw—The testosterone-driven repartee between Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham is the only reason to endure this cartoonish, logically and temporally challenged CGI fest. Rated PG-13. —NM

Good Boys—Three nerdy boys must navigate the horrors of their first teenage party. Rated R.

★★★½  John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum—A bloody, Buster Keaton-esque ballet meets Sam Peckinpah. Rated R. —NM

★★½ The Lion King—Jon Favreau’s photorealistic palette is the boon and bane of Disney’s “live-action” computer rendering of an animated classic. The scenery is grand until the animals start talking and singing. Rated PG. —NM

★★ Men in Black: International—What if Men in Black, but Morocco and Chris Hemsworth’s torso? Rated PG-13. —Glenn McDonald

★★★★ Midsommar—Horror upstart Ari Aster’s latest isn’t quite as scary as his unforgettable Hereditary, but his tale of feckless American students and Swedish cultists is likewise brilliant in its treatment of trauma; it’s also a lot weirder and funnier. Rated R. —Brian Howe

★★Once Upon a Time In HollywoodQuentin Tarantino portrays the late-sixties Hollywood film industry and vaguely mumbles something about the Manson family in this tedious, irrelevant exercise in bland nostalgia for a bygone era of unaccountable hypermasculinity. Rated R.          —Marta Núñez Pouzols

★★★Toy Story 4—A spork’s severe ontological distress ballasts a half-daring, half-predictable extension of a beloved animated franchise. Rated G. —NM 

Where’d You Go, Bernadette—When Cate Blanchett’s titular character goes missing, it’s up to her family to unravel the mysteries of her past. Rated PG-13.