Moka is a sleek mother's revenge thriller directed by Frédéric Mermoud. (Courtesy Film Movement)

Moka is a sleek mother's revenge thriller directed by Frédéric Mermoud. (Courtesy Film Movement)

Films opening Friday, June 30, 2017

American Psycho/The Rules of Attraction: The double feature of satires based on books by Bret Easton Ellis includes a Q and A, via Skype, with “Attraction” director Roger Avary. Rated R. 7 p.m. June 30 only at the Roxie.

Baby Driver: Writer-director Edgar Wright spins a music-fueled saga about a youthful getaway driver whose romantic dreams of escape take a detour when a planned final heist goes sideways. Rated R.

The Beguiled: Sofia Coppola’s film set in a small girls’ school in Virginia in 1864 during Civil War rages describes what happens after a wounded Union soldier enters their world. Rated PG-13.

The Big Sick: Michael Showalter directs the story of a relationship between a Pakistan-born aspiring comedian and a grad student who falls ill as they get to know each other. Rated R.

Despicable Me 3: The animated film follows the continuing adventures of Gru, Lucy and their daughters Margo, Edith and Agnes — and the Minions. Rated PG.

The House: Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler star as a couple who lose their daughter’s college fund and launch an illegal gambling operation in their basement. Rated R.

The Journey: The docudrama stars Timothy Spall and Colm Meany as rival Irish politicians who, having been forced to take a trip together, work out a peace agreement toward ending decades of conflict in Northern Ireland. Rated PG-13. At the Clay.

Moka: In the psychological thriller by Frédéric Mermoud, a grieving woman pursues a couple whom she suspects of killing her son in a hit-and-run. Not rated. At the Opera Plaza.

Nowhere to Hide: Nori Sharif, an Iraqi medic, navigates his country’s notorious “triangle of death” and the rise of ISIS over the course of five years in the documentary, in Arabic with English subtitles. Not rated. At the Roxie.
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