Fourth of July weekend looks like a great time to go out to the movies with so many new releases to choose from. Here's a rundown on what's opening in theaters this week.

The Purge: Election Year:

The third installment in this horror franchise follows a presidential candidate who wants to eliminate the Purge, making her a target and in need of security. Those familiar with the series will likely enjoy this new chapter of the Purge franchise.

The Legend of Tarzan:

Alexander Skarsgard stars in this reimagining of the classic tale, this time directed by David Yates, the filmmaker behind many films of the Harry Potter series. The all-star cast also includes Margot Robbie, Samuel L. Jackson and Christoph Waltz.

The BFG:

Steven Spielberg is back, this time adapting a Roald Dahl novel about a kindhearted giant who befriends a young girl named Sophie. The family-friendly adventure film stars Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance who plays the title character.

Swiss Army Man:

Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe star in this oddball comedy about a man lost on a shore who befriends a talking corpse. This Sundance award-winning comedy has received divisive reactions however those searching for a different and unique kind of movie, then this one's for you.

Our Kind of Traitor:

Based on a John le Carre novel, this spy thriller stars Ewan McGregor and Naomie Harris as a British couple who are encountered by a Russian agent played by Stellan Skarsgard who asks them to deliver a message to the British Secret Service. This film opens at the Flicks on Friday.