‘American Oz,’ April 19, PBS

Thanks largely to repeated TV airings of “The Wizard of Oz,” each generation of Americans rediscovers the classic 1939 film and embraces it as their own.

Movie: ‘Voyagers’

The tedious sci-fi parable “Voyagers” (Lionsgate) seems designed to prove that in space, no one can hear you yawn.

Movie: ‘Roe v. Wade’

The historical dramatization “Roe v. Wade” (Quiver) is a re-creation of events surrounding the landmark 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion across the United States.

‘Hemingway,’ April 5, PBS

At first glance, then, “Hemingway,” which debuts Monday, April 5, 8–10 p.m. EDT on PBS and lasts a mere six hours, may not appear as ambitious as the auteur’s other efforts. Yet it’s his most extensive portrait of an individual, two hours longer than 2001’s “Mark Twain.”

Movie: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’

The goal of a film bearing the title “Godzilla vs. Kong” (Warner Bros.) would seem to be simple enough. Set the iconic beasts raging at each other until at least one Asian city has been devastated, then roll the credits.