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“Top Gun: Maverick” (Paramount, Cinemas): Tom Cruise returns in one of his most beloved roles in this sequel to “Top Gun” that spanned more than 30 years. After years of working solo as a test pilot, Maverick is called back to train a new group of fighter pilots, including Goose’s (Miles Teller) son.

“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” (20th Century Studios, theaters): Bob, Louise, Tina, Gene and Linda Belcher finally get their due on the big screen, with the popular series’ original voice cast intact. And it’s a musical!

“A Chiara” (Neon, theaters): A 15-year-old girl searches for the truth about why her father abandoned his family in Calabria in this Italian-language film by Jonas Carpignano.

June 3

“Observer” (IFC, Cinemas): A young woman (Maika Monroe) who has just moved to Bucharest becomes increasingly paranoid about being hunted down in this slow-burning thriller.

“Blessing” (Roadside Attractions, Theatres): Terence Davies directs this biographical drama about British poet Siegfried Sassoon. Both Jack Lowden and Peter Capaldi play Sassoon at different times in his life.

“The Island of Fire” (Hulu): It’s “Pride and Prejudice,” but modern and gay, in Andrew Ahn’s romantic comedy starring Joel Kim Booster and Bowen Yang as best friends during summer vacation.

“The Phantom of the Open” (Sony Pictures Classics, cinemas): The true story of the “worst golfer in the world”, Maurice Flitcroft (Mark Rylance), who always manages to get a chance at the British Open.

“Interceptor” (Netflix): Elsa Pataky plays an army captain who must protect a remote station.

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