Seth MacFarlane’s talking teddy is back in “Ted 2” but his desire to become a dad raises questions about whether he’s a person or property.
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” set and filmed in Pittsburgh and based on a native’s young adult novel, is funny, tender and touching.
Albert Maysles’ last documentary, “Iris,” paints a lovely, quirky portrait of design icon Iris Apfel.
In “Max,” a man's best friend becomes a new best friend for his brother.
“Workaholics: Season 5” also hits shelves this week.
A pair of films return after a single showing in April or brief May run, and both incorporate faith in different ways and languages.
Pixar’s “Inside Out” tackles the conflicting, crazy emotions ruling an 11-year-old as her family moves from Minnesota to San Francisco.
Despite possibilities for cliche, the Sundance film “Dope” manages to surprise.
“The Connection,” starring Jean Dujardin, gives a French accent to the ’70s drug trade, first presented in electrifying fashion on screen.
In “Wolfpack,” a band of brothers begins to navigate the world that was kept from them before.
Liam Neeson plays another tough guy role in “Run All Night.”
Lush animation and soulful themes that speak to tweens are the highlights of Hiromasa Yonebayashi’s “When Marnie Was There.”
Blythe Danner gets a star turn as a Southern California widow who contemplates love, life and death in “I’ll See You in My Dreams.”
“The Duff” and “Kingsman: Secret Service” hit store shelves.
As the wow factor increases, so does the danger from dinosaurs in “Jurassic World,” starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
Melissa McCarthy is the “Spy” who goes out into the cold, dangerous world in a comedy reuniting her with “Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig.
“Love & Mercy” casts Paul Dano and John Cusack as Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson for an unconventional look at his life and love.
Jean-Pierre Ameris tells the story of Marie Heurtin and Sister Marguerite, whose story mirrors that of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan.
The documentary “Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World” doesn’t reveal much new or enlightening about the famed artist.
“Insidious” prequel focuses on Lin Shaye’s psychic Elise Rainier and how she faced her demons so she could help others.
The boys are back in town — Hollywood, of course — in big-screen “Entourage” picking up where the popular HBO series left off.