A rundown of select films currently in theaters

“Despicable Me 3”

Steve Carell returns as the voice of the most lovable cartoon “villain” ever, this time reunited with a long-lost twin brother. Also, there will be Minions.

“The House”

Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler play a couple that opens an underground casino in their home to pay their daughter's college tuition. Let's hope hilarity ensues.

Limited screenings:

“Jaws” 4K restoration

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water … the first true summer blockbuster screens at the Gateway Film Center. If you haven't seen it in a while, remind yourself how great it is.

Also in theaters:

“Transformers: The Last Knight”

The much-awaited conclusion to Michael Bay's loud, bombastic, overlong Transformers series comes to theaters. I know I was awaiting the end of this series.

“Rough Night”

This “Hangover” with a female-led cast wastes some serious talent in an R-rated comedy that is lacking on laughs. (2 stars)

Alive recommends:

“It Comes at Night”

Not the straight horror movie it's been promoted as, “It Comes at Night” is something far better, a smart, layered thriller that will leave you shaken. (4 stars)

“47 Meters Down”

This surprisingly taut, low-budget horror-thriller stars Mandy Moore as a vacationing American who finds herself at the bottom of the ocean in a cage surrounded by sharks. Seriously, it's good. (3 stars)

“Wonder Woman”

We finally have a really great superhero movie that half of our population can project themselves into. It's about damn time. (4 stars)