If you’re spending some quality time with dad this Father’s Day, consider treating him to a viewing of one of Hollywood’s newest and best blockbusters. Father’s Day 2017 weekend is filled with movie releases. From dramas, to horror-thrillers and family-friendly flicks, there is a title in the theaters for every family member to enjoy this Sunday, (especially dad).

“The Book of Henry” - PG-13

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Jaeden Lieberher and Jacob Tremblay in a scene from “The Book of Henry,” out Father's Day weekend. Focus Features

This movie centers around a family but isn’t a “feel good” film. Expect some thrills if you check out director Colin Trevorrow’s latest project. The movie follows a child prodigy (Jaeden Lieberher) who devises a plan, with the help of his mom, played by Naomi Watts, to save his neighbor. Maddie Ziegler of “Dance Moms” and Sia music video fame stars as the girl in distress. Watch the trailer above.

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“Cars 3” - G

Families looking for a cinematic adventure everyone will enjoy will likely want to check out Disney-Pixar’s latest installment in the “Cars” franchise. “Cars 3” follows Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) as he races a new generation of cars to prove his days on the track are far from over.

“Rough Night” - R

If dad’s a fan of “Bridesmaids,” he may get a kick out of this bachelorette-party gone wrong comedy. The film follows a group of women who, while celebrating their friend’s pre-wedding party in Miami, accidentally kill a male stripper. Scarlett Johansson, Kate McKinnon, Zoe Kravitz, Ilana Glazer and Jillian Bell star.

“All Eyez On Me” - R

Get a better look into the legacy of rapper Tupac in this Benny Boom-directed biographic drama. The film shows a look at the late Tupac Shakur’s life and career. Demetrius Shipp Jr. stars in the lead role.

“47 Meters Down” - PG-13

If dad enjoy a scary movie, take him to the horror-thriller “47 Meters Down.” The film follows two sisters who get more adventure than they were bargaining for during a trip to Mexico. After their shark cage falls to the bottom of the ocean, they’re left fighting off a team of angry sharks, all the while worrying they’ll run out of oxygen deep below the surface.

“The Journey” - PG-13

If dad is seeking a drama this Father’s Day, consider buying tickets to “The Journey.” The film is a fictional tale about two enemies, one a member of the Democratic Unionist party and the other a member of the Irish Republican Army, in Northern Ireland who take a journey together in an effort to change history and make peace.

“The Mummy” - PG-13

If dad hasn’t had a chance to check out Tom Cruise’s latest film, “The Mummy” is playing in theaters just in time for the holiday. The film follows Cruises’s character who dies and is brought back to life after unearthing an ancient princess hell-bent on getting revenge after her destiny was ripped away from her. Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Courtney B. Vance and Sofia Boutella also star.

“Wonder Woman” - PG-13

Why not celebrate Father’s Day with a new superhero flick? Gal Gadot’s portrayal of Wonder Woman has been impressing moviegoers and critics since June 2, so it’s likely dad will want to check out the latest DC action-adventure either for the first time or for an encore viewing.