Which movies are in Tampa Bay theaters? ‘Crawl,’ ‘Stuber’ – Tampa Bay Times



Trapped in a flooding house during a hurricane, a young Florida woman and her father are menaced by alligators. With Kaya Scodelario, Barry Pepper. Written by Michael Rasmussen, Shawn Rasmussen. Directed by Alexandre Aja. (87 minutes, R)


A mild-mannered Uber driver is pressed into service by a gruff undercover cop in pursuit of a violent criminal. With Kumail Nanjiani, Dave Bautista, Natalie Morales, Betty Gilpin, Mira Sorvino, Karen Gillan. Written by Tripper Clancy. Directed by Michael Dowse. (93 minutes, R)


The Fall of the American Empire

A deliveryman with a Ph.D. in philosophy finds two large bags of cash at a crime scene. With Maxim Roy, Éric Bruneau, Maripier Morin. Written and directed by Denys Arcand. In French with English subtitles. (127 minutes, R)


Bring the family to catch a showing of the Oscar-winning animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. It’s rated PG. Free. 6:30 p.m. Friday. Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road, Tampa. (813) 269-1310.


In honor of its 50th anniversary, Easy Rider rolls back into town with a new introduction from co-writer Peter Fonda. Eight movie houses in the Tampa Bay area — including Brandon’s AMC Regency 20, Pinellas Park’s Regal Park Place 16 and Tampa’s Regal Citrus Park 20 — plan to present the iconic 1969 film at 4 and 7 p.m. Sunday and Wednesday. Use fathomevents.com to find your closest theater. Prices and times vary.


The Last Black Man in San Francisco: Jimmie Fails plays a fictionalized version of himself in director Joe Talbot’s gorgeous Sundance prize-winning debut feature, which tells a deeply personal story of friendship, community and the yearning for home.

Yesterday: A struggling English musician awakens after an accident to a new reality in which the Beatles never existed and their song catalog is free for him to use as his own.

Toy Story 4: Woody (voice of Tom Hanks) and the rest of the gang embark on a road trip with a new friend. If Pixar is getting bored with its franchise-extending chores for Disney, it certainly doesn’t show in this funny, freaky, often profound animated adventure that is certainly the best movie ever made about a spork.


All dates subject to change.

July 18: The Lion King

July 19: The Art of Self-Defense; Bottom of the 9th

July 26: Brahms: The Boy II; Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; Mike Wallace Is Here; The Mountain

Aug. 2: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

Aug. 9: The Art of Racing in the Rain; Brian Banks; Dora and the Lost City of Gold; The Kitchen; Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

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