“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. (3:01) PG-13
“Burn Your Maps” — A young boy whose parents’ marriage is in trouble develops an all-consuming fascination with the country of Mongolia. With Jacob Tremblay, Vera Farmiga, Marton Csokas, Suraj Sharma. Written and directed by Jordan Roberts; based on the short story by Robyn Joy Leff. (1:42) PG-13.
“Child’s Play” — The murderous doll Chucky is back in this revival of the 1988 horror classic. With Aubrey Plaza, Gabriel Bateman, Brian Tyree Henry, voice of Mark Hamill. Written by Tyler Burton Smith; based on characters created by Don Mancini. Directed by Lars Klevberg. (2:00) R.
“Captain Marvel” — It’s not only heroes who can have superpowers; movies can have them too, and you can add this to the small list of those that do, thanks to a luminous and powerful Brie Larson, co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Annette Bening and Jude Law, and directors and co-writers Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. (2:05) PG-13
“The Command” — Fact-based drama about the Russian Navy’s deadly Kursk submarine disaster in 2000. With Matthias Schoenaerts, Léa Seydoux, Max von Sydow, Colin Firth. Written by Robert Rodat. Directed by Thomas Vinterberg. (1:57) PG-13.
“Into the Mirror” —A young man with identity issues moves to London and discovers the underground drag scene. With Jamie Bacon, Charles Streeter, John Sackville. Written by Bacon, Streeter. Directed by Lois Stevenson. (1:05) NR.
“The Last Black Man in San Francisco” — Jimmie Fails plays a fictionalized version of himself in director Joe Talbot’s gorgeous Sundance-prize-winning debut feature, which tells a deeply personal story of friendship, community and the yearning for home. (2:00) R
“Nightmare Cinema” — Five strangers in an abandoned movie theater find themselves at the mercy of a sinister projectionist in this horror anthology. With Mickey Rourke, Richard Chamberlain, Elizabeth Reaser, Annabeth Gish. Written by Mick Garris, Alejandro Brugués, Richard Christian Matheson, Sandra Becerril, David Slade, Lawrence C. Connolly. Directed by Garris, Joe Dante, Slade, Ryuhei Kitamura, Brugués. (1:59) R.
“Round of Your Life” — A reluctant teen golf prodigy turns to prayer when his pro-golfer dad is seriously injured in a car accident. With Evan Hara, Boo Arnold, Katie Leclerc, Alexandria DeBerry, Richard T. Jones. Written by Tim Ogletree. Directed by Dylan Thomas Ellis. (1:31) NR.
“The Samuel Project” — A teen art student gets to know his grandfather, a Holocaust survivor. With Hal Linden, Ryan Ochoa, Ken Davitian, Liza Lapira. Written by Chris Neighbors, Marc Fusco; story by Steve Weinberger, Neighbors, Fusco. Directed by Fusco. (1:32) PG-13.
“Toy Story 4” — The gang goes on a road trip and reunites with Bo Peep in the fourth entry in Disney-Pixar’s beloved computer-animated franchise. With the voices of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Annie Potts, Tony Hale, Keegan-Michael Key, Christina Hendricks, Jordan Peele, Keanu Reeves, Jay Hernandez, Joan Cusack, Bonnie Hunt, Kristen Schaal, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, June Squibb, Carl Weathers, Lila Sage, Don Rickles, Jeff Garlin, Estelle Harris. Directed by Josh Cooley. (1:40) G.
“True Justice: Bryan Stevenson’s Fight for Equality” — Documentary about a crusading civil rights attorney in Alabama. Directed by George Kunhardt, Peter W. Kunhardt, Teddy Kunhardt. (1:41) NR.
“Wild Rose” — A Glasgow woman, newly released from prison, dreams of becoming a country music superstar. With Jessie Buckley, Julie Walters, Sophie Okonedo. Written by Nicole Taylor. Directed by Tom Harper. (1:40) R.