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Films opening Friday, June 15, 2018

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“Nossa Chape,” a documentary by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist about a Brazilian soccer team’s recovery after most of its players died in a plane crash, screens at the Roxie. (Courtesy photo)

Gotti: John Travolta stars as New York crime boss John Gotti, who rises to become the “Teflon Don” of the Gambino crime family in the drama directed by Kevin Connolly. Rated R.

Hearts Beat Loud: The feel-good dramatic comedy stars Nick Offerman as a single dad and record store owner preparing to send his hard-working daughter (Kiersey Clemons) off to college. Rated PG-13. At the Embarcadero.

Incredibles 2: Mr. Incredible stays home with the kids while Elastigirl is pressed into hero action to save the day in the Pixar animated sequel by Brad Bird with a voice cast including Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L. Jackson and Sophia Bush. Rated PG.

Nancy: Andrea Riseborough stars in the psychological thriller about a lonely woman who tries to convince strangers that she is their daughter who went missing 30 years ago. Writer-director Christina Choe is slated to attend the 7 p.m. June 15 screening. Not rated. At the Opera Plaza.

Nosse Chape: The documentary by Jeff and Michael Zimbalist tracks the rebuilding of the Chapecoense football club in Brazil after a Nov. 28, 2016 plane crash left only three players alive. Director Jeffrey Zimbalist is slated to attend the 7 p.m. June 15 screening. Not rated. At the Roxie.

Summer 1993: The coming-of-age drama from Spain by writer-director Carla Simón is a biographical piece about an orphaned girl’s troubled life with her new family. Not rated. At the Clay.

SuperFly: Director X reimagines the blaxploitation classic about a stylish enterprising criminal, set in present-day Atlanta in a movie starring Trevor Jackson, Jason Mitchell and Lex Scott Davis. Rated R.

Tag: The raunchy comedy about five friends who gather at the wedding of the only undefeated player in a game they’ve played since childhood stars Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Hannibal Buress, Jon Hamm and Jeremy Renner. Rated R.

The Texture of Falling: The art house psychological drama by Maria Allred describes what happens when four strangers, all in despair, explore their yearnings without inhibition and “push the boundaries of morality.” Not rated. At the Roxie.

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