Return to Article 1 of 26 Photos 06.01.17 | 04:35PM PT Great Movies to Watch in June — ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘It Comes at Night’ and More By William Earl “Wonder Woman” (June 2)“Band Aid” (June 2)“I, Daniel Blake” (June 2)“Vincent-N-Roxxy” (June 2)“Dean” (June 2)“The Death of Louis XIV” (June 2)“Sami Blood” (June 2)“It Comes At Night” (June 9)“Megan Leavey” (June 9)“The Hero” (June 9)“Beatriz at Dinner” (June 9)“The Book of Henry” (June 16)“Rough Night” (June 16)“All Eyez on Me” (June 16)“Cars 3” (June 16)“Maudie” (June 16)“Score: A Film Music Documentary” (June 16)“47 Meters Down” (June 16)“The Beguiled” (June 23)“The Big Sick” (June 23)“The Bad Batch” (June 23)“Baby Driver” (June 28)“The Little Hours” (June 30)“Despicable Me 3” (June 30)“Amityville: The Awakening” (June 30)“The House” (June 30) The DC Universe got a critical jumpstart from the Gal Gadot–starring superhero movie. Read our review here Zoe Lister-Jones’ Sundance dramedy explores a marriage under repair through the healing power of rock and roll. Read our review here Last year’s Palme d’Or winner is Ken Loach’s tribute to a man battling the government after he becomes too sick to work. Read our review here Emile Hirsch and Zoë Kravitz are lovers on the run in this romantic crime tale. Read our review here Demetri Martin’s comedy about love and loss was celebrated at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Read our review here This historical drama made a splash at Cannes, NYFF and TIFF, and is anchored by a powerful performance from “400 Blows” actor Jean-Pierre Léaud. This coming-of-age film about an alienated reindeer-herding girl traveled the world festival circuit, playing at TIFF, Venice, Sundance and Berlin. Read our review here Trey Shults’ apocolyptic thriller features bold performances from Joel Edgerton and Christopher Abbott as desperate fathers who will do anything to keep their families alive. Read our review here Kate Mara stars as a Marine with a canine best friend in Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s real-life drama. This Sundance hit about aging is anchored by a brave performance from Sam Elliott. Read our review here Salma Hayek tries to survive a racist meal from hell, featuring a Trumpian performance from John Lithgow. Read our review here A fantastical family drama, Colin Trevorrow’s indie return between “Jurassic World” and the next “Star Wars” movie stars Naomi Watts and Jacob Tremblay. Scarlett Johansson and a slew of funny women star in this raunchy comedy in the “Bridesmaids” vein. The Tupac biopic is here after years of development rumors, starring an pitch-perfect Demetrius Shipp Jr. Pixar has promised a darker and braver “Cars” film with this third entry, and the results are sure to be intersting. This love story starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke about the handicapped folk artist was warmly recieved at festivals such as TIFF, Telluride and Berlin. Read our review here Some of the film industry’s top composers tell all in this intriguing documentary about their specific craft. Mandy Moore gets her own “The Shallows” in this shark tale. Sofia Coppola’s Cannes hit is full of great actors, including Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Colin Farrell and Elle Fanning. Read our review here Kumail Nanjiani stars in a big-screen take on his love story with his wife, who went into a medical coma while they were dating. Read our review here Ana Lily Amirpour’s newest film is a dystopian love story, complete with cannibals and Jim Carrey. Read our review here Edgar Wright’s thriller is the music-filled journey about a getaway driver who wants to leave a life of crime behind for love. Read our review here Nuns go wild in this raunchy, star-studded Sundance comedy. Read our review here “South Park” mastermind Trey Parker is sure to shake up this blockbuster with his villainous voice performance. Although it’s been pushed back several times, hopefully the latest “Amityville” can mine a few new scares from the haunted-house genre. Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler can elevate a straight story to gonzo heights, and this domestic life-gone-wild flick is filled with comic ringers. Recently Added Photo Galleries 01.15.18 'Phantom Thread': 10 Gorgeous Fan-Made Posters Even Reynolds Woodcock Would Adore 01.11.18 2018 Critics' Choice Awards Red Carpet Gallery: Timothée Chalamet, Carrie Coon, and More 01.10.18 20 Actors Who Starred in Multiple Awards Contenders This Year 01.10.18 Sundance 2018: Most Anticipated Films at This Year's Festival 01.09.18 The 20 Highest Grossing Indies of 2018 (Gallery) 01.07.18 Golden Globes 2018: 'Stranger Things,' 'Handmaid's Tale' Casts and More TV Stars Hit the Red Carpet 01.07.18 2018 Golden Globes: Film Stars Hit the Red Carpet, Including #MeToo Activists, Meryl Streep, and Denzel Washington 01.07.18 BAFTA Tea Party 2018 Photos: Greta Gerwig, David Harbour, and More Celebrate in L.A.