5 Broken Cameras” (NR): A Palestinian villager who chronicled the changing life in his village with his video cameras and an Israeli documentary filmmaker team up for this look at the Middle East conflict. In Hebrew and Arabic with subtitles.
“The Invisible War” (NR): This critically acclaimed documentary from filmmaker Kirby Dick investigates the epidemic of rape within the U.S. military, a situation so bad that a female soldier in Iraq or Afghanistan is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire.
“Magic Mike” (R): Director Steven Soderbergh takes a look at the world of male strippers in a film inspired by the real life of actor Channing Tatum, who stars. The movie follows a veteran performer (Tatum) as he takes a young dancer under his wing and schools him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women and making easy money.
“People Like Us” (PG-13): A fast-talking young salesman hits a crisis in his life — and then discovers he has a 30-year-old sister he never knew about. It forces him to reexamine his life choices. Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks star.
“Pink Ribbons Inc.” (NR): Documentary filmmaker Lea Pool looks inside the ubiquitous pink ribbon campaigns raising money for breast cancer research — and raises questions about just who benefits. San Francisco and Berkeley only.
“Ted” (R): “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane directs this
edgy tale of a grown man who has to deal with a cherished (and foul-mouthed) childhood teddy bear who has come to life. Mark Wahlberg stars.
“To Rome with Love” (R): Woody Allen directs an all-star cast in this love letter to the Eternal City and the Italian way of love. San Francisco only; opens elsewhere on July 6.
“Turn Me On, Dammit” (NR): Set in a small town in the hinterlands of Norway, this film explores sexual obsession and coming-of-age from the perspective of a young woman. In Norwegian with subtitles.
“Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection” (PG-13): Aunt Madea is back in Tyler Perry’s latest film. This time, a federal prosecutor decides to hide a family on the run from the mob in the safest place he knows — his Aunt Madea’s house. Comedy, presumably, ensues. Along with Perry, the cast includes Eugene Levy and Doris Roberts.
“The Amazing Spider-Man” (PG-13): The “Spider-Man” franchise gets a reboot with a new origin story about Spidey. Andrew Garfield takes over as Peter Parker, Emma Stone co-stars as Gwen Stacy and Marc Webb directs.