“Iris” (PG-13): The late Albert Maysles was one of America’s great documentarians, a force in the field for nearly six decades, but his latest film has got to be one of his most charming. With her trademark huge round glasses and her genius for costume jewelry, the 93-year-old Iris Apfel could qualify as the world’s oldest fashionista. But when she talks, you want to listen. Playing at the Nickelodeon theatre.
“Entourage” (R): Movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and his Hollywood posse, including the talent agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven), return for more misadventures in Tinseltown in this big-screen spinoff of the popular HBO series.
“Spy” (R): Melissa McCarthy gets out from behind her desk at her CIA analyst job and goes out into the field on a dangerous undercover mission. Jason Statham and Rose Byrne co-star for writer-director Paul Feig (“Bridesmaids”).
“Insidious: Chapter 3” (PG-13): Leigh Whannell (who also wrote and directed), Dermot Mulroney and Lin Shaye star in this prequel to the popular horror franchise, centering on a psychic with the ability to speak with the dead trying to save a teenage girl being terrorized by a demon.
New on DVD
“Jupiter Ascending” (DVD/Blu-ray): The latest, visually stunning sci-fi epic by the Wachowskis (“The Matrix”), starring Mila Kunis as an ordinary woman preordained for greatness and Channing Tatum as a dude with the coolest rollerblades in the known universe.
“The Wire: The Complete Series” (Blu-ray): Get reacquainted with McNulty, Avon Barksdale, Stringer Bell and the rest of the crew from HBO’s seminal crime series, remastered into high-definition widescreen. The transfer is so beautiful, the show feels completely new again.
“Focus” (DVD/Blu-ray): Will Smith stars as a con artist who gets played by a woman (Margot Robbie) who knows how to pull off scams better than he does.
“Wolfen” (Blu-ray): The 1981 cult favorite, starring Albert Finney as a cop investigating a series of bloody murders, makes its high-def debut. Could it be … werewolves?