Annabelle Comes Home
The deadly doll wreaks horror on the family of demonologists in this franchise entry. With Mckenna Grace, Madison Iseman, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga. Written by Gary Dauberman; story by Dauberman, James Wan, based on characters created by Dauberman. Directed by Dauberman. (106 minutes, R)
A struggling musician wakes up to find he’s the only person on Earth who knows the music of the Beatles. With Himesh Patel, Lily James, Kate McKinnon, Ed Sheeran. Written by Richard Curtis; story by Curtis, Jack Barth. Directed by Danny Boyle. (116 minutes, PG-13)
NEAR AND FAR: Tarpon Arts Film Festival
Showcasing a combination of shorts and features, the Tarpon Arts Film Festival is built upon more than 20 flicks made near and far, everywhere from Tampa Bay to places like India, Germany and Morocco. This celebration of international cinema kicks off with a casual opening reception where you can rub elbows with writers and directors, some of whom also participate in Q&A panel discussions after several screenings. The festival concludes with a brief awards ceremony announcing its “fan-favorite” features and shorts. You choose the winners by casting a vote. Runs through Sunday. $3-$8, $10-$30 festival pass. 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Tarpon Springs Heritage Museum, 100 Beekman Lane. (727) 942-5605. tarponarts.org.
Avengers: Endgame: After 11 years and 21 previous films, this opening chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to a mighty finish with this thrilling, exhausting and inevitably moving adventure featuring Iron Man, Captain America and all the others we’ve met along the way.
Booksmart: Two studious high school seniors (Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever) try to pack four years of partying into one night in the comedy.
The Souvenir: Joanna Hogg returns to her days as a film student in 1980s London in this captivatingly intimate and quietly heartbreaking self-portrait, led by superb performances from Honor Swinton Byrne and Tom Burke.
All dates subject to change.
Tuesday: Spider-Man: Far From Home
July 5: Midsommar
July 12: 21 Bridges; Armstrong; Crawl; Lying and Stealing; Stuber
July 19: The Art of Self-Defense; Bottom of the 9th; The Lion King
July 26: Brahms: The Boy II; Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; Mike Wallace Is Here; The Mountain
Times staff writer Meaghan Habuda and Times wires