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“Jurassic World Dominion” (Universal, theaters): The “conclusion” of the Jurassic World franchise pairs the films of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard with the stars of the original “Jurassic Park,” Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum. Set four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, this episode promises new dinosaurs, new stars like DeWanda Wise, and nonstop action.

• “Hustle” (Netflix, June 8): Adam Sandler is a basketball scout who needs a win and finds it overseas.


June 14

“Halftime” (Netflix): This documentary about Jennifer Lopez centers on her Super Bowl performance.

June 17

“Light year” (Disney, Cinemas): Long before he landed in Andy’s room, Buzz Lightyear was a young astronaut trying to get home from a hostile planet in this movie-within-a-movie origin story. This time, Buzz is voiced by Captain America himself, Chris Evans.

“Really Smooth Cha Cha” (Apple TV+ and Cinemas): Dakota Johnson is a single mom who strikes up an unusual friendship with a fresh college grad (plays by writer-director Cooper Raiff) on the Bar Mitzvah circuit.

“Spider Head” (Netflix): Chris Hemsworth plays a scientist who experiments on inmates (Miles Teller and Jurnee Smolett) with psychedelic drugs in this adaptation of a short story by George Saunders.

Brian and Charles (Focus, Cinemas): A lone inventor builds an AI robot in this charming Sundance comedy about friendship.

“Official Competition” (IFC, cinemas): Penélope Cruz and Antonio Banderas co-star in this sharp Spanish satire on filmmaking.

“Father of the Bride” (HBO Max, June 16): This remake of the remake has a Cuban-American twist and stars Andy Garcia and Isabela Merced.

“Civil” (Netflix, June 19): This is a documentary about civil rights lawyer Ben Crump.

“Good luck to you Leo Grande” (Hulu): Emma Thompson plays a somewhat repressed widow who hires a handsome sex worker (Daryl McCormack) in this funny and moving indie film that goes deeper than its titillating portrayal.

Alfonso E. Cramer