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Cold Souls (PG13)

Dude, where’s my superego? In this surreal comedy, Paul Giamatti hires a company to remove his soul, but he fails to consider the possibility of soul-theft. | Photo courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films

The Town (R)

After a bank heist, criminal Doug MacRay, played by Ben Affleck, falls for the hostage. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.

Unstoppable (PG13)

Denzel Washington tackles the nearly impossible feat of bringing both trains and engineers back into relevancy in this disaster flick. To make matters worse, he must do this all while trying to stop a speeding locomotive full of toxic chemicals from killing thousands of innocent people.

The Social Network (PG13)

Everyone knows about Facebook — even your grandma. But few know about the dirty politics behind the social network. | Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures

Life As We Know It (PG13)

Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel are suddenly forced into parenthood after a car accident leaves their friends’ daughter an orphan.

Secretariat (PG)

Diane Lane takes on the male- dominated sport of horse racing after deciding to train and race her sick father’s animal. | Walt Disney Pictures

Jackass 3D (R)

The crazy guys from Jackass are back for another round of mayhem.The stunts are bigger, better and more idiotic this time now that the movie is in 3-D | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Red (PG13)

Hollywood must be running out of fresh faces because it keeps bringing actors back from the past. Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren and John Malkovich play former CIA agents in this action thriller. | Photo courtesy of Summit Entertainment LLC.

Paranormal Activity 2 (R)

With creepy camera shots and a haunted house, the only things different about this Paranormal sequel are the baby and a dog. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Hereafter (PG13)

Matt Damon sees dead people. Or maybe he can just talk to them. Three different people have been affected by death, and now they must connect to figure out what the hereafter is all about. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

Saw 3D (R)

Jigsaw is gone, but his deathly riddles keep popping up. A group of Jigsaw survivors meets to seek advice from a self-help guru who has a few dirty little secrets of his own. | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate

Catfish (PG13)

Online dating just got a little more complicated.This documentary tells the story of Nev, a photographer from New York who finds love through an 8-year-old admirer. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures

Jack Goes Boating (R)

Philip Seymour Hoffman takes a stab at behind-the-camera work in his directorial debut. Jack is looking for love. His friend sets him up on a date.True to any ironic comedy, Jack’s blind date is emotionally unavailable. | Photo courtesy of Overture Films

A Woman, A Gun, And A Noodle Shop (R)

Joel and Ethan Coen have made a number of hit movies, one being Blood Simple from 1984.This film is a remake of the Coen hit, but instead of an intense plot line, it has now been made into a slapstick comedy with vibrant and stimulating visuals.

Megamind in 3D (PG)

| Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Due Date (R)

Zach Galifianakis should never be trusted with important tasks, especially if it’s to get you across the country for the birth of your child. Apparently Robert Downey Jr. didn’t get the memo. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.

For Colored Girls (R)

Tyler Perry’s adaptation focuses on black women from a series of 20 poems that center on mostly female issues including love, abandonment, rape and abortion. | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate

Conviction (R)

Hilary Swank loves her brother. She loves him so much that she will get her GED, her bachelor’s and her law degree and pass the bar to get him out of a life sentence. Now, that is dedication to a sibling. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

Megamind (PG)

Will Ferrell has to save the world by playing a moronic superhero. When the world has lost all hope, Will Ferrell will be its savior. That is scary. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Inside Job (PG13)

When everyone is left wallowing in a failed economy, people have questions. In this documentary, journalists, politicians, financial analysts and other wise people give their thoughts on what the heck happened. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Morning Glory (PG13)

A rambunctious whippersnapper journalist has joined the real world and must run a cable television show. Things aren’t made much easier when the show's crotchety older anchors won’t cooperate. | Photo courtesy of wireimage.com

Skyline (PG13)

The planet is about to be swallowed up by evil aliens, and a group of people must struggle to survive. If Independence Day, Cloverfield and Men in Black had a baby, it would be this movie. | Photo courtesy of Rogue

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (PG13)

The first part of the last book in the last movie of the seven-book series is here. The fate of Harry Potter will finally be determined ... in the next film after this one, which will conclude the book series in the second part of the last film. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Review

The Next Three Days (PG13)

Russell Crowe needs help busting his woman out of prison. Of course the go-to person for that would be Liam Neeson. Now Crowe has three days to put his training to use and get his wife out of the big house. | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Review

Tangled (PG)

Cousin Itt has a long-locked rival in Rapunzel, a rowdy princess who escapes her tower in order to find a handsome bandit. Chances are the two live happily ever after.

Tangled in 3-D (PG)

Cousin Itt has a long-locked rival in Rapunzel, a rowdy princess who escapes her tower in order to find a handsome bandit. Chances are the two live happily ever after.

Burlesque (PG13)

Cher (yes, she’s still culturally relevant) schools Christina Aguilera (debatable) on how to be a diva. We’re thinking this sound like Moulin Rouge! meets Coyote Ugly.

Love & Other Drugs (R)

The year 1998 was a kinder, gentler time before every football commercial was engorged with male performance enhancers. Watch Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway bond over the eruption of Viagra.

Fair Game (PG13)

We hate to break this to you, but Valerie Plame worked for the CIA. If you didn’t know that, or if you don’t remember it, you should probably watch this movie for a refresher starring Naomi Watts and Sean Penn. | Photo courtesy of Summit Entertainment

Faster (R)

You made your boyfriend see Burlesque; now you have to see Dwayne “The Rock” Jonnson return to his roots as a hardcore badass. Make no mistake: The Rock is not the tooth fairy in this action flick.

The Warrior’s Way (R)

A warrior must hide in the American Badlands after he won’t take a mission. That’s a no- no in the warrior world. | Photo courtesy of Sad Flutes Ltd

127 Hours (R)

Ever heard the saying, “stuck between a rock and a hard place?” James Franco plays Aron Ralston in this true story about a mountain climber who finds himself taking that phrase literally. He gets pinned by an 800-pound boulder with no way out.| Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (R)

Lisbeth Salander had the dragon tattoo, and played with fire and now she has gotten herself into a new mess. Revenge and scandal follow her per usual. | Photo courtesy of Zodiak Entertainment

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader in 3D (PG)

First they traveled through the wardrobe and met the lion and the witch, next they were introduced to Prince Caspian, and now they must travel to the end of the world. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (PG)

First they traveled through the wardrobe and met the lion and the witch, next they were introduced to Prince Caspian, and now they must travel to the end of the world. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox

The Tourist (PG13)

Johnny Depp plays a heartbroken American tourist who escapes to Europe, where he finds Angelina Jolie. Of course, just like every other man, he thinks she is the answer to his heartache, but alas ... she is not. | Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures

The Tillman Story (R)

Pat Tillman gave up a football deal to serve his country. His death in the war made headlines. The real story came when his family wanted to know the truth about his death. | Photo courtesy of Passion Pictures

How Do You Know (PG13)

When it rains, it pours. Lisa, played by Reese Witherspoon, is a 27-year-old who is worried about growing older. But, there is nothing like a love triangle to make you feel young again. | Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures

Tron: Legacy (PG)

Sam Flynn, tech genius and son of Kevin Flynn from the original film, is trying to find his father who’s been missing for 25 years. He finds him, all right — in the digital world of Tron. | Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures

The Fighter (R)

“Irish” boxer Mickey Ward is the real life Rocky Balboa. Rocky had Mickey Goldmill to push him to the top, Mickey Ward had his fighter-turned-drug fiend brother. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Yogi Bear (PG)

There has never been a greater enemy to pic-a-nic baskets thanYogi Bear. But now,Yogi’s beloved Jellystone Park is being sold and he may lose his home. Yogi and friends must find a way to keep their park. | Photo courtesy of Hanna-Barbera Productions

Yogi Bear 3D (PG)

There has never been a greater enemy to pic-a-nic baskets thanYogi Bear. But now, Yogi’s beloved Jellystone Park is being sold and he may lose his home. Yogi and friends must find a way to keep their park. | Photo courtesy of Hanna-Barbera Productions

Black Swan (PG13)

Natalie Portman plays a prima ballerina whose role is threatened by a newcomer. The pressure might drive Portman literally crazy. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (R)

This isn't your traditional Christmas movie. Think of the classic kid's tales that tell you Santa's real. Now think of a team of scientists swarming around in the Arctic, finally finding proof that Santa is real. Now look at the picture and prepare to be horrified. Rare Exports is based on shorts from director Jalmari Helander that have acquired a cult Internet following.

The Devil's Sword (U)

Ragtag's playing an Indonesian fantasy/horror/action film from 1984. Why? Because it's Ragtag. The plot apparently revolves around an action star defending a village from the Alligator Queen and her army of Crocodile Men. The only thing that will save the villagers is an ancient sword. We hope you can guess what happens from here on out, because there's no picture and no trailer. Sorry about that.

Nowhere Boy (R)

This biopic of a young John Lennon takes us back to 1955 Liverpool, when the then 15-year-old boy turned to music to escape two controlling women in his life. It's directed by British concept artist Sam Taylor-Wood and is the acting debut of Aaron Johnson, playing the role of Lennon.

Little Fockers (PG13)

This comedy sequel to Meet the Fockers has a star-studded cast, including Robert de Niro, Owen Wilson, Ben Stiller, Jessica Alba and Barbra Streisand. But it's disappointed critics, earning only a 9 percent rating from RottenTomatoes.com. The plotline centers around family patriarch Jack Byrnes (de Niro) and his attempt to name a successor during his grandchildren's birthday party. Hilarity apparently does not ensue. | Photo courtesy Universal Pictures

True Grit (PG13)

The Coen Brothers take on the classic Western novel and movie and remake it in their inimitable style. In case you're not familiar, the story follows a 14-year-old heroine who has to light out into Indian Territory in pursuit of the man who killed her father. Jeff Bridges plays drunken Marshal Rooster Cogburn while Matt Damon stars as Texas Ranger La Bouef. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Gulliver's Travels 3D (PG)

The original book by Jonathan Swift was an allegory on human nature and a parody of contemporary (1720s) travel writing, as well as one of the classic tales of the English language. The most recent movie is basically an excuse for Jack Black to be overact and sink to low physical humor, though his character's love for Star Wars may redeem the movie in some fanboys' eyes. | Poster courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox

Gulliver's Travels (PG)

The original book by Jonathan Swift was an allegory on human nature and a parody of contemporary (1720s) travel writing, as well as one of the classic tales of the English language. The most recent movie is basically an excuse for Jack Black to be overact and sink to low physical humor, though his character's love for Star Wars may redeem the movie in some fanboys' eyes. | Poster courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox

Howl (U)

James Franco takes on the role (and lovers) of Allen Ginsberg. | Photo courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories

Season of the Witch (PG13)

Nicolas Cage stars in this medieval supernatural mess. | Photo courtesy of Rogue Pictures

Country Strong (PG13)

Gwyneth Paltrow plays a washed-up country music star trying to make a comeback. Here’s hoping it’s as good as Gwyneth signing Cee Lo.

The King's Speech (R)

The hot guy from Bridget Jones (not Hugh Grant, the other one) plays the King of England, who has to overcome a difficulty with speaking in order to rally Britain against the Nazi menace as World War II approaches. | Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company

Sundance Film Festival Shorts (U)

The Sundance Film Festival starts Jan. 20, so Ragtag is offering a shorts program from a past festival. Shorts include Rob and Valantyna in Scotland; Drunk History: Douglas and Lincoln; Birthday; Wisdom Teeth; Mr. Okra and My Invisible Friend. | Photo courtesy of Ragtag Cinemacafe.

The Green Hornet 3D (PG13)

Seth Rogen stars as a party boy newspaper heir turned superhero. Rogen as an action star? Trust us, not as bad as it sounds. | Photo courtesy Sony Pictures Review

The Dilemma (PG13)

Vince Vaughn thinks he’s seen his best friend’s wife (Winona Ryder) with another man. We can’t imgine her not being happy married to Paul Blart, Mall Cop. | Photo courtesy Imagine Entertainment

No Strings Attached (R)

Two good-looking people (Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher) use each other for sex in this modern-day romance. | Photo courtesy Paramount Pictures Review

The Way Back (PG13)

In this heavy drama, Jim Sturgess, Ed Harris and Colin Farrell start as three Soviet Union labor camp prisoners who embark on an epic journey toward freedom. The movie looks serious, but at least the actors are hot. | Photo courtesy Newmarket Films LLC

Murder Loves Killers Too (PG13)

What better way for a repressed killer to get his fix than killing teens who just want to party?

The Mechanic (R)

No, this isn't a movie about somebody fixing cars in a greasy garage. In this action film, Jason Statham plays an elite assassin who teaches his former mentor's son the business of killing. | Courtesy of CBS Films

The Rite (PG13)

In this movie about good, evil and exorcism, a skeptical young priest watches the ultimate battle: Anthony Hopkins vs. the devil. | Courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures/New Line Cinema

The Roommate (PG13)

Nightmares come true in this thriller when Leighton Meester stars as a co-ed obsessed with her roommate's life. | Photo courtesy Screen Gems/SONY PICTURES Review

Sanctum in 3-D (R)

Not for the claustrophobic: A group of explorers delves into the deepest caverns on Earth ---in 3D. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Blue Valentine (R)

Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling’s marriage crumbles in this tear-jerking drama. | Photo courtesy of the Weinstein Company Review

The Eagle (PG13)

Channing Tatum battles Roman warriors in search of a missing tribal emblem in early A.D. | Photo courtesy of Focus Features Review

Gnomeo & Juliet (G)

Michael Caine, Hulk Holgan, Ozzy Osborne and Patrick Stewart voice characters in this animated movie. That seals the deal. | Photo courtesy of Touchstone Pictures Review

Gnomeo & Juliet in 3-D (G)

Michael Caine, Hulk Holgan, Ozzy Osborne and Patrick Stweart voice characters in this animated movie. That seals the deal. | Photo courtesy of Touchstone Pictures

Just Go With It (PG13)

Adam Sandler uses Jennifer Aniston to cover for his silly lies in this rom-com. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Review

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (G)

Bieber Fever swarmed the radio and TV. Now the silver screen has the bug. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never in 3-D (G)

Bieber Fever swarmed the radio and TV. Now the silver screen has the bug. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures Review

Sanctum (R)

Not for the claustrophobic: A group of explorers delves into the deepest caverns on Earth ---in 3D. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son (PG13)

Martin Lawrence dons a fat suit and granny panties again in the name of FBI business. This time around, his stepson joins him undercover at an all-girls school. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox Review

I Am Number Four (PG13)

John Smith (Alex Pettyfer) looks like your average teen heartthrob, but he's actually an alien with extraordinary powers. Watch as he battles extraterrestrial enemies and protects newfound love, Sarah (Dianna Agron). | Photo courtesy of DreamWorks Studios Review

Unknown (PG13)

When a doc (Liam Neeson) awakens from a coma, he discovers another man is living his life and none of his loved ones, including his wife (January Jones), recognizes him. Talk about stolen identity woes. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Review

Four Lions (R)

Nothing about suicide bombing is funny, but this British black comedy, in which four friends attend a terrorist training camp in Pakistan, aims to make the topic humorous. | Photo courtesy of Drafthouse Films

Dead City (PG)

After a mafia leader hires a scientist to create zombie soldiers, the city of Detroit is doomed. It is up to the scientist's son and former colleague to save the day and keep their city alive.

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never in 3-D (Director's Fan Cut) (G)

Bieber Fever swarmed the radio and TV. Now the silver screen has the bug. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Hall Pass (R)

Owen Wilson gets a pass from his wife to do anything he wants, including date other women, to revitalize their marriage. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Review

Drive Angry (R)

Nic Cage rises from hell to avenge his daughter’s death in a fusion of Ghost Rider and Gone in 60 Seconds. | Photo courtesy of Summit Entertainment Review

The Grace Card (PG13)

Michael Joiner plays an angry cop whose son is killed in an accident. His new partner on the force shows him how to make peace with his life through God. | Photo courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films Review

I Love You Phillip Morris (R)

Jim Carrey falls in love with Ewan McGregor while doing a stint in prison in this comedy. | Photo courtesy of Roadside Attractions Review

Oscar Nominated Short Films: Animated (U)

The Lost Thing | Photo courtesy of Passion Pictures Australia

Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary (U)

Strangers No More | Photo courtesy of Simon & Goodman Picture Company

Oscar Nominated Short Films: Live-Action (U)

Na Wewe | Photo courtesy of CUT!

Mars Needs Moms in 3-D (PG)

Martians nab Milo's mom for her Earthly mom-ness, and only after her kidnapping does he realize how much he needs her. | Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures Review

Rango (PG)

Johnny Depp voices a chameleon with sky-high dreams of being a town sheriff. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures Review

The Adjustment Bureau (PG13)

After becoming a senator, Matt Damon discovers a hidden group that manipulates people’s fates. He falls for Emily Blunt, and the bureau does everything it can to keep them apart. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Beastly (PG13)

This modern take on Beauty and the Beast, set in New York, stars Alex Pettyfer and Vanessa Hudgens with Mary Kate Olsen as the witch. | Photo courtesy of CBS Films Review

Take Me Home Tonight (R)

In this comedy set in the ’80s, MIT graduate Matt Franklin (Topher Grace) quits his desk job and attends an exciting all-night party where he meets up with old friends. | Photo courtesy of Relativity Media Review

Battle: Los Angeles (PG13)

Unknown forces attack Earth and turn the world's greatest cities into ghost towns. Marines defend Los Angeles, humankind's last stronghold, in this out-of-this-world thriller. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures/Columbia Pictures Review

Red Riding Hood (PG13)

A love triangle becomes even more complicated when a blood-thirsty werewolf is linked to someone involved. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Review

Cedar Rapids (R)

Tim Lippe (Ed Helms) is the guy everyone expected to go somewhere or do something extraordinary and then...he just didn't. While attending an annual insurance convention to save his job's company, Tim is greeted by three convention vets and encounters a life-changing experience after going outside of the realms of his sheltered home in Brown Valley, Wisconsin. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

The Lincoln Lawyer (R)

An attorney (Matthew McConaughey) runs his office from the back of his Lincoln. | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Films Review

Carmen in 3-D (U)

George Bizet's Carmen takes opera to a new level. With scenes filled with betrayal, passion, jealousy and some of the most memorable music in opera, this 3-D rendition literally brings opera to life. | Photo courtesy of The Royal Opera House

Limitless (PG13)

To get over his writer’s block, Bradley Cooper takes a new drug that unleashes all of his potential. | Photo courtesy of Relativity Media Review

Rabbit Hole (PG13)

Becca and Howie Corbett (Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart) journey back to love after the death of their young son. | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Films Review

Somewhere (R)

A visit from his 11-year-old daughter snaps Jonny Marco (Stephen Dorff) out of his hazy Hollywood bliss. | Photo courtesy of Focus Features

Paul (R)

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, from the hilarious Shaun of the Dead, embark on a road trip with an alien. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Cold Weather (U)

When an ex-girlfriend goes missing, Doug (Cris Lankenau) takes the investigation into his own hands. | Photo courtesy of IFC Films Review

Made in Dagenham (R)

A group of 1960s women takes on an auto factory in this true story about overcoming obstacles. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Sucker Punch (PG13)

From the director of Watchmen comes the story of kick-ass young women who band together to escape an insane asylum. | Photo courtesy of IMAX Review

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (PG)

Wimpy Greg and lovable Rowley return in this kids' sequel. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox Review

Another Year (PG13)

A happy middle-aged couple find themselves surrounded by friends who are less content. | Photo courtesy of Sony Classics Review

Carlos (U)

Carlos aka Ilich Ramírez Sánchez was one of the the world's most wanted terrorist, bombing Europe for decades. | Photo courtesy of IFC Films

The Illusionist (PG)

Before French director Jacques Tati passed away in 1982, he wrote this 2011 Oscar nominee. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

The Company Men (R)

Ben Affleck rebuilds his life after a recession leaves him jobless. | Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company

Kaboom (U)

When a college freshman encounters two women from his sexual fantasy, he questions everything around him. | Photo courtesy of Crispy Films

Hop (PG)

Russell Brand voices a bunny in this partially animated comedy. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Insidious (PG13)

The Lamberts must pull their comatose son out of a supernatural realm in this thriller. | Photo courtesy of FilmDistrict

Source Code (PG13)

An ex-soldier must live the last deadly minutes of someone else’s life until he can defuse a bomb. | Photo courtesy of Summit Entertainment Review

Arthur (PG13)

This new take on the 1981 classic features Russell Brand portraying a drunken partier with a heart of gold and a large trust fund in jeopardy. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Review

Hanna (PG13)

Instead of spending time at the mall like most 16-year-olds, Hanna (Saoirse Ronan) is a trained assassin. | Photo courtesy of Focus Features Review

Soul Surfer (PG)

Based on the inspiring true story of Bethany Hamilton, AnnaSophia Robb plays the teen surfer who lost her arm to a shark. | Photo courtesy of TriStar/FilmDistrict Review

Your Highness (R)

In this medieval stoner movie, a deadbeat must help his brother rescue his bride-to-be. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Biutiful (R)

This tearjerker explores the relationship between a father and his children in gritty Barcelona. | Photo courtesy of Roadside Attractions

Secret Sunshine (U)

This Korean film about a mother who faces tragedy was a hit at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival but is just now distributed stateside. | Photo courtesy of Cinema Service

Zielinski (U)

Shown at this year’s True/False Film Festival, this CoMo-produced doc features an author and photographer who sacrifice everything for justice. | Photo courtesy of Chase Thompson & Ryan Walker

The Conspirator (PG13)

Everyone has heard of John Wilkes Booth, but does anyone know of Mary Surratt? The Ione female co-conspirator in the Lincoln assassination must fight to prove her innocence. | Photo courtesy of Roadside Attractions Review

Rio (G)

The makers of Ice Age focus on a warmer climate with the tale of Blu (Jesse Eisenberg), a macaw who learns to fly with the help of another macaw, Jewel (Anne Hathaway), in Rio de Janeiro. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox Review

Rio in 3-D (G)

The makers of Ice Age focus on a warmer climate with the tale of Blu (Jesse Eisenberg), a macaw who learns to fly with the help of another macaw, Jewel (Anne Hathaway), in Rio de Janeiro. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox

Scream 4 (R)

Ghostface is back, and this time the rules that kept Sidney safe no longer apply. | Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Company/Dimension Review

Certified Copy (U)

Juliette Binoche won the best actress award at last year's Cannes Film Festival for her portrayal of a mysterious woman. | Photo courtesy of Artificial Eye Film Co. Ltd Review

The Upsetter: The Life and Music of Lee Scratch Perry (U)

Jamaican Lee "Scratch" Perry inspired musicians such as The Beastie Boys and The Clash. | Photo courtesy of Ethan Higbee and Adam Bhala Lough.

Carbon Nation (U)

In a feature length documentary about climate changes, director Peter Byck takes us on an inspiring journey exploring eco-green technologies and advances in clean energy. From the world's largest wind farm to a refrigerator recycling plant, Carbon Nation this documentary illustrates how solutions to climate changes make a difference and how we can reduce our carbon footprint, one step at a time.

Stephens College Short Film Showcase (U)

For the fourth year in a row, Stephen's College presents their short film showcase. Each year graduating seniors and soon-to-be-seniors debut their work in a night of film and fun. The films show an array of genres from documentary films to narratives and everything in between. Immediately following the showing filmmakers will be on hand for an informal Q&A session.

Employees of the Month: Kyle Cook and Tony Layson (U)

Kyle and Tony are the mysterious type. Their relationship is unknown but the ambiguity is what draws in the crowds. From their secretive all-night radio shows to B-Movie screenings, the less we know about these two guys the better. For one night only, this dynamic duo creates an interactive but intimate showcase of the bizarre for all of Columbia to see.

The Warrior (U)

Simon Barrett presents another Lost Gems series: The Warrior . In an action fantasy film, Indonesian star Barry Prima brings more powerfully entertaining punch than in his last film, The Devil's Sword. In The Warrior , Jaka Semburg, a martial arts skilled folk hero, defends his populace from deceitful wizards and the Dutch.

Found Footage Festival (U)

VHS is still alive thanks to hosts Joe Pickett (The Onion ) and Nick Prueher (Late Show with David Letterman). Once again the self-proclaimed "champions of VHS" return to CoMo to debut another film filled lineup of videos. From cats riding motorcycles to drunkards crooning Hare Krishnas, the fifth edition of the Found Footage Festival is bound to outshine all of the others.

Redlight (U)

In a touching feature documentary about child sexploitation, MU UNICEF students tell the tragic story of young Cambodian victims and two extraordinary advocates for change: Saly Mam and Mu Sochua. Narrated by Lucy Liu, Redlight brings to light the heroic struggle to find witnesses and bring brothel owners to court. In this moving film, directors Guy Jacobson and Adi Ezroni tell the hidden story of an epidemic occurring in every country around the world.

Kongo (U)

Played by Walter Huston, Flint, a trader in central Africa, rules his portion of the Congo in pure fear. Barely mobile and paralyzed from the waist down, Flint lives everyday in hopes of getting revenge on the man who both crushed his spine and stole his wife.

Bitchen Bajas presents WATER WRACKETS & Olivia Wyatt/Bitchen Bajas (PG13)

In a remake of a classic short film directed by Peter Greenaway, filmmakers Benjamin Funke and Gabrielle Gopinath work with musician Cooper Crain of Bitchin Bajas to create a trippy yet psychedelic film. Paired with a montage of images, Water Wrackets creates a trancelike cocoon of beauty in an audio/visual mash up.

African Cats (G)

Disneynature’s documentary about lions and tigers in the African savanna is as close to a real-life Lion King as you can get. | Photo courtesy of Disneynature

Madea's Big Happy Family (PG13)

Madea's niece has troubling health news, but her children are too absorbed in their own drama to care. It's up to Madea to unite the family. | Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Review

Water for Elephants (PG13)

Forbidden love between a circus star and the traveling show's vet takes center ring in this drama, based on the bestselling book of the same name. | Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox Review

Rubber (R)

In this tongue-in-cheek horror comedy, a rubber tire goes on a killing spree. | Photo courtesy of Magnolia Releasing Review

Win Win (R)

A couple takes in a troubled teen, who becomes a local wrestling star. But his fresh-from-rehab mom returns and threatens his new life. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures Review

Jerkbeast (PG13)

Though writer/director Calvin Reeder has already made his mark with hit film THE OREGONIAN, he's now ready debut his first created feature film, Jerkbeast. The film follows a punk rock band after accepting a foul-mouthed monster as their leader singer in their underground band. Co-directed by Brady Hall while starring Reeder, Jerkbeast is pure brilliance filled with nonstop comedic performances.

I'm No Angel (U)

As Tira, Mae West acts as a lion taming circus performer in New York where she meets a man, Jack Clayton (Cary Grant), and becomes engaged. Due to a disagreement, Tira sues Jack and while in court, she acts as her own lawyer. While cross-examining witnesses, Tira delivers a stunning performance that not only wins over the hearts of the jury but Jack's as well. Revel in history while watching this West-written production full of infamous one-liners and racy performances.

Fast Five (PG13)

Paul Walker and Vin Diesel lead a crew of returning cast members out of trouble in Rio de Janeiro. | Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures Review

Prom (PG)

High school students from all rungs of the social ladder prepare for the big dance. | Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures Review

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil (PG)

Red Riding Hood teams up with the wolf to investigate Hansel and Gretel’s disappearance. | Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Co. Review

Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil in 3-D (PG)

Red Riding Hood teams up with the wolf to investigate Hansel and Gretel’s disappearance. | Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Co.

Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (PG13)

A private investigator must find an artifact to prevent a war between his clients. | Photo courtesy of Freestyle Releasing Review

Super (U)

Frank Darbo (Rainn Wilson) transforms into the wrench-toting Crimson Bolt to fight crime after his wife leaves him for a drug dealer (Kevin Bacon). | Photo courtesy of IFC Midnight Review

Jane Eyre (PG13)

An orphaned governess falls in love with the mysterious and wealthy Mr. Rochester in a film adaptation of Charlotte Brontë’s classic novel. | Photo courtesy of Focus Features Review

Lost Boys of Sudan (U)

The story of two boys who survived the bloody civil war in Sudan and their struggles adapting to their new lives after being relocated to the U.S. | Photo courtesy of Shadow Distribution

African Cats (G) (PG13)

Disneynature’s documentary about lions and tigers in the African savanna is as close to a real-life Lion King as you can get.

Jumping the Broom (PG13)

Hilarity ensues when tensions rise after two families of different backgrounds meet at a wedding. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures

Something Borrowed (PG13)

A 30-year-old single woman falling for her best friend’s fiance is just one person of this love octagon. | Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Review

Thor (PG13)

After Thor is cast out of his mystical world, he must live among humans on Earth. He’s in good company with Natalie Portman co-starring. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures Review

Thor in 3-D (PG13)

After Thor is cast out of his mystical world, he must live among humans on Earth. He’s in good company with Natalie Portman co-starring. | Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures

Bridesmaids (R)

Touted as “the female Hangover,” all you need to know about this Judd Apatow-produced, Kristin Wiig comedy is that Jon Hamm is shirtless in it. | Photo courtesy of Universal Studios

Priest (PG13)

Didn’t make it to mass this week? Make up for it by experiencing the adventure of a priest who must rescue his niece from vampires. | Photo courtesy of Screen Gems/SONY PICTURES

Priest in 3-D (PG13)

Didn’t make it to mass this week? Make up for it by experiencing the adventure of a priest who must rescue his niece from vampires. | Photo courtesy of Screen Gems/SONY PICTURES

Of Gods and Men (PG13)

A group of Trappist monks must decide to stay in Algeria or travel back to their native France when the threat of terrorism grows in this Cannes Film Festival prize winner. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (PG13)

If you didn't jump ship after the third one (or the second for that matter), Johnny Depp is back with the gorgeous Penelope Cruz to swash your buckle. | Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides in 3-D (PG13)

If you didn't jump ship after the third one (or the second for that matter), Johnny Depp is back with the gorgeous Penelope Cruz to swash your buckle. | Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures

Potiche (R)

Catherine Deneuve and a swarthy Gérard Depardieu rekindle their romance in this comedy about a trophy wife (Deneuve) pushing the limits of gender roles. | Photo courtesy of Music Box Films

Kung Fu Panda 2 (PG)

He’s chubby, fluffy and can take you out with a well-placed roundhouse kick. Po (Jack Black) returns as defender of the Valley of Peace in this animated sequel. Photo courtesy of DreamWorks Animation

Kung Fu Panda 2 in 3-D (PG)

He’s chubby, fluffy and can take you out with a well-placed roundhouse kick. Po (Jack Black) returns as defender of the Valley of Peace in this animated sequel. Photo courtesy of DreamWorks Animation

The Hangover Part II (R)

At least your night of drinking didn’t end with a missing persons report – or a monkey for that matter. The Wolfpack (Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis and Ed Helms) is back in this sequel to the hilarious 2009 original. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures

X-Men: First Class (PG13)

See the mutants before the latex suits and fancy gadgets in this prequel to the X-Men franchise. Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) graduates to become Professor X, while others take a less noble path. Photo Courtesy of 20th Century Fox

Super 8 (PG13)

Meet the lovechild of E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial and Lost. Written and directed by J. J. Abrams and produced by Steven Spielberg, this science fiction thriller will keep you at the edge of your seat, but try not to be abducted.

Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer (PG)

Based on Megan McDonald’s popular book series, Judy Moody, this flick follows plucky Judy (Jordana Beatty) and her summer shenanigans. Perfect rowdy entertainment for those kids you’re babysitting.

Colombiana (PG13)

Zoe Saldana plays an assassin out to avenge her parents’ deaths. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures.

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (R)

A troubled girl accidentally frees violent creatures from her new home’s basement. Photo courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes.

Our Idiot Brother (R)

In this comedy, three sisters take turns housing their pot-dealing brother (Paul Rudd). Photo courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes. Review

Meek's Cutoff (PG13)

A wagon train of three families travels westward in this film featuring Michelle Williams. This journey on the Oregon Trail is nothing like the old computer game. | Photo courtesy of Evenstar Films

The Art of Getting By (PG13)

Move over, Twilight. Check out the new cutest couple, Freddie Highmore and Emma Roberts, in this film about a lonely adolescent. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Pictures

Green Lantern (PG13)

Test pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) becomes the Green Lantern after finding a ring that grants him superpowers and gives him the mission to keep peace in the universe. Consider the world safe.

Green Lantern in 3-D (PG13)

Test pilot Hal Jordan (Ryan Reynolds) becomes the Green Lantern after finding a ring that grants him superpowers and gives him the mission to keep peace in the universe. Consider the world safe.

Mr. Popper's Penguins (PG)

Jim Carrey stars as a businessman who inherits penguins. His cold-weather friends turn his apartment into a winter wonderland in this adaptation of the children’s book.

Another Earth (PG13)

A composer and a MIT student deal with the implications of a duplicate earth. Photo courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes.

Bad Teacher (R)

Find out what foul-mouthed junior high teacher Cameron Diaz does after her sugar daddy dumps her.

Cars 2 in 3-D (G)

Start your engines. Owen Wilson lends his voice to Lightning McQueen, a red superstar race car on his way overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix Race, which will determine the fastest car in the world. Vroom, vroom.

The Tree of Life (PG13)

Terrence Malick's hymnal meditation about love, life, family and loneliness. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight

Cars 2 (G)

Start your engines. Owen Wilson lends his voice to Lightning McQueen, a red superstar race car on his way overseas to compete in the World Grand Prix Race, which will determine the fastest car in the world. Vroom, vroom.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 3-D (R)

Haven’t gotten enough of giant robots smashing one another? Although Megan Fox won’t provide eye candy this time, the Transformers will still, well, transform.

Transformers: Dark of the Moon (PG13)

Haven’t gotten enough of giant robots smashing one another? Although Megan Fox won’t provide eye candy this time, the Transformers will still, well, transform.

13 Assassins (R)

A dozen brave samurai put their swords together in order to stop a sadistic lord from slaughtering innocent people.| Photo courtesy of Magnet Releasing

Larry Crowne (PG13)

Tom Hanks creates his own four-year plan as Larry Crowne, a middle-aged man who returns to college. But don’t think that all professors look like Julia Roberts.

Monte Carlo (PG)

Disney teen queen Selena Gomez is mistaken for an heiress and is whisked off to a vacation full of luxury in Monte Carlo. Best case of identity theft ever.

Midnight in Paris (PG13)

Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams star in this whimsical romantic comedy. You only need to know four words: Woody Allen's comeback film. | Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics Review

The Tree of Life (PG13)

Terrence Malick's hymnal meditation about love, life, family and loneliness. | Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight Review

Horrible Bosses (R)

Most people who can’t stand their bosses quit. But Nick (Jason Bateman), Kurt (Jason Sudeikis) and Dale (Charlie Day), devise a foolhardy plan to permanently get rid of their psychotic overseers.

Zookeeper (PG)

Zookeeper Kevin James discovers animals can communicate with him — and set him up with Rosario Dawson. If only your pet betta fish could help you find your soulmate.

Conan O'Brien Can't Stop (R)

Celebrate the man and the carrot-top hair in this documentary of O’Brien’s stand up tour. You go, team Coco. | Photo courtesy of Pariah

Cave of Forgotten Dreams (G)

Legendary documentarian Werner Herzog explores the ancient cave art of southern France that remained undiscovered until 1994. | Photo courtesy of IFC Films

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (PG13)

This is dead Sirius: It’s the end of witchcraft and wizardry for Harry, Ron and Hermione as they fight to destroy evil wizard Voldemort in the final film of this magical franchise.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 in 3-D (PG13)

This is dead Sirius: It’s the end of witchcraft and wizardry for Harry, Ron and Hermione as they fight to destroy evil wizard Voldemort in the final film of this magical franchise.

Winnie the Pooh (PG13)

Revisit childhood with the bear who always has a hankering for honey.

Captain America: The First Avenger (PG13)

Freedom, liberty and the pursuit of bipartisan politics and celebrity scandals. Captain America (Chris Evans) is here to protect all of ’Merica’s ideals against the Nazi-engineered superhuman warrior Red Skull

Captain America: The First Avenger in 3-D (PG13)

Freedom, liberty and the pursuit of bipartisan politics and celebrity scandals. Captain America (Chris Evans) is here to protect all of ’Merica’s ideals against the Nazi-engineered superhuman warrior Red Skull

Friends with Benefits (R)

Another movie about friends thinking it’d be easy to throw sex into their friendship. Between this and No Strings Attached, one might think this kind of youthful idealism is a trend or something.

Cowboys & Aliens (PG13)

It’s exactly what you think it’s about.

The Smurfs in 3-D (PG)

Papa Smurf and the rest of the retro blue creatures are transported to Central Park. Neil Patrick Harris and Jayma Mays protect the Smurfs from the evil Gargamel and his cat.

The Smurfs (PG)

Papa Smurf and the rest of the retro blue creatures are transported to Central Park. Neil Patrick Harris and Jayma Mays protect the Smurfs from the evil Gargamel and his cat.

Crazy Stupid Love (PG13)

After his wife asks for a divorce, Cal Weaver (Steve Carrell) becomes the wingman to player Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling). Sounds like a night on the town.

Troll Hunter (PG13)

Sometimes movie titles explain themselves.| Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures Review

The Change-Up (R)

Overworked lawyer Dave (Jason Bateman) and man-child Mitch (Ryan Reynolds) switch places in this male version of Freaky Friday.

Rise of the Planet of the Apes (PG13)

This origin story set in present day San Fransisco explores some of the moral dilemmas in creating intelligent apes while panning in on the beauty that is James Franco

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan (PG13)

Two women explore the bonds of sisterhood.

30 Minutes or Less (R)

A pizza delivery guy (Jesse Eisenberg) is forced into a heist by bank robbers. Not sure what would have happened if they had chosen DiGiorno.

Final Destination 5 in 3-D (R)

Could this finally be the final Final Destination?

Glee the 3-D Concert Movie (PG)

Don’t stop believin’ that this TV show has become a phenomenon.

The Help (PG13)

Skeeter (Emma Stone) breaks the rules by writing about the people normally ignored.

Conan the Barbarian (R)

Sorry, Team Coco: This film is about a sword-wielding warrior.

Fright Night (R)

Colin Farrell stars as the bloodsucker next door in this spooky remake of the 1985 film.

Fright Night 3D (R)

Colin Farrell stars as the bloodsucker next door in this spooky remake of the 1985 film.

One Day (PG13)

Jim Sturgess and Anne Hathaway star as friends turned soulmates over the course of two decades.

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D (PG)

Being a stepmother is hard for a retired spy (Jessica Alba), but the spy kids might be just what the world — and her family — needs.

Buck (PG)

Buck Brannaman is a real-life horse whisperer who shares his wisdom with America’s horse owners.

A Horrible Way to Die (R)

CoMo becomes a movie star during this locally filmed thriller written by native Simon Barrett.

Incendies (R)

Two siblings deliver letters to the father they believed was dead and a brother they didn't know existed. Photo courtesy of Rotten Tomatoes. Review

30 Minutes or Less (PG13)

A pizza delivery guy (Jesse Eisenberg) is forced to rob a bank. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures. Review

Apollo 18 (PG13)

NASA’s final manned mission to the moon reveals scary secrets. Review

Colombiana (PG13)

Zoe Saldana is an assassin out to avenge her parents’ deaths.

The Debt (PG13)

A retired secret agent (Helen Mirren) must relive her past when a Nazi war criminal reappears 30 years after his presumed death. Review

Shark Night (PG13)

A rowdy group of college students becomes shark bait on an unassuming trip to the lake. Review

Bill Cunningham New York (U)

This documentary about Cunningham’s career as a New York Times photographer features Vogue Editor, Anna Wintour, and other celebrity fashion icons. Review

Attack the Block (R)

A group of London teens defends its neighborhood from alien invaders.

The Trip (U)

A London newspaper man reviews six haute restaurants.

Beats, Rhymes and Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest (R)

A documentary about the life of the hip-hop group Quest.

Contagion (PG13)

Matt Damon has to stop a disease from wiping out the entire population. Review

Warrior (PG13)

A boxer is trained in mixed martial arts by his alcoholic father. Review

Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star (R)

A small-town kid goes to Hollywood to become an adult film star. Review

Creature (R)

A group of friends learns a secret that unleashes a scary swamp creature.

Drive (PG13)

A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a wheelman discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist gone wrong. Review

Straw Dogs (R)

L.A. screenwriter David Sumner relocates with his wife to her hometown in the deep South. There, while tensions build between them, a brewing conflict with locals becomes a threat to them both. Review

I Don't Know How She Does It (PG13)

A comedy centered on the life of Kate Reddy, a finance executive who is the breadwinner for her husband and two kids. Review

The Lion King 3D (G)

Tricked into thinking he killed his father, a guilt ridden lion cub flees into exile and abandons his identity as the future King. Review

Sarah's Key (PG13)

In modern-day Paris, a journalist (Kristen Scott Thomas) finds her life becoming entwined with a young girl whose family was torn apart during the notorious Vel' d'Hiv Roundup in 1942. Review

Bellflower (R)

Within the first ten minutes, Bellflower treats audiences to a sawed-off shotgun being fired at a propane tank, a grasshopper-eating contest and a full pitcher of beer being chugged by the drunkenly enthusiastic main character Aiden (Tyler Dawson). Review

Tabloid (R)

Miss Wyoming made a name for herself not just as a beauty queen. Review

Killer Elite (R)

A retired special ops agent teams up with his mentor (Danny DeVito) to go up against the leader of a secret organization. Review

Moneyball (PG13)

In this true story, Brad Pitt stars as Billy Beane, the Oakland A's general manager that changed the way baseball players are hired. Review

Abduction (PG13)

Taylor Lautner finds out that his childhood was a lie when he finds his photo on a missing persons website. Review

Dolphin Tale (PG)

This true story follows a dolphin named Winter and the people that helped save her life. Review

Terri (R)

Terri is an overweight high school student who befriends the assistant principal (John C. Reilly). Review

50/50 (R)

A 27-year-old guy gets diagnosed with cancer, and fights to beat the disease. Review

What's Your Number? (R)

A woman hunts down twenty men she's had relationships with in hopes of finding her true love. Review

Dream House (PG13)

A family moves into a hunted home where murders once took place. Review

The Future (R)

A couple whose relationship is on the rocks adopts a stray cat, which literally alters their lives, space and time. Review

The Ides of March (PG13)

Ryan Gosling plays a press secretary for a presidential campaign and finds himself in the middle of a political scandal. Review

Real Steel (PG13)

Hugh Jackman is a former boxer who builds a robot and takes it to compete in the bot-boxing championships. Review

The Guard (R)

Brendan Gleason plays an Irish cop who teams up with an FBI agent (Don Cheadle) to break up a drug-trafficking ring. Review

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (R)

Two friends are mistaken for murderers when a group of college kids come to town. Things get tricky when one of the students disappears. Review

The Last Circus (R)

A circus clown is interrupted during a performance and forcibly recruited into the militia during the Spanish Civil War in 1937. Review

Senna (PG13)

This documentary is about Ayrton Senna, Brazilian Formula One racing driver, who won the F1 world championship three times before dying young. Review

The Big Year (PG)

Three bird watchers compete to spot a rare bird during a prestigious event. Review

Footloose (PG13)

A remake about a city kid who moves to a small town with a dancing ban that he rebelliously breaks. Review

The Thing (R)

At an Antarctica research site, an alien craft is discovered -- causing confrontation between a graduate student and a scientist. Review

Higher Ground (R)

Based on an acclaimed memoir, this film is about faith in an Evangelical Christian town as told through the eyes of a religious participant named Corinne. Review

The Man Who Fell to Earth (R)

This bizarre 1976 film stars David Bowie as an alien who crashed to Earth seeking help for his suffering planet.

Johnny English Reborn (PG)

Johnny English is called back into action for a new and exciting mission.

The Mighty Macs (G)

Based on the true story of the 1971-72 Immaculata College women’s basketball team, this movie chronicles the groundbreaking athletes through their humble beginnings at their first tournament and the establishment of a female collegiate legacy that followed.

Paranormal Activity 3 (R)

In the third movie of the spooky saga, two sisters encounter an unseen force in their house in 1988. Review

The Three Musketeers (PG13)

Based on the true story of the 1971-72 Immaculata College women’s basketball team, this movie chronicles the groundbreaking athletes through their humble beginnings at their first tournament and the establishment of a female collegiate legacy that followed. Review

In Time (PG13)

Set in a future where people stop aging at 25, but have to buy their way out of dying after another year of living. Review

Puss In Boots (PG)

A series of events leading up to Puss In Boots encounters with the Shrek crew. Review

The Big Lebowski (R)

This film from 1998 follows a "cool dude" who is mistaken for the millionaire Lebowski and searches for restitution for his ruin rug with the help of his bowling buddies. Review

Circumstance (R)

A rich Iranian family struggles with containing their daughter's sexual rebellion and their brother's obsession. Review

The Rum Diary (R)

An American journalist, Paul Kemp, takes a job as a freelancer for a local Puerto Rican newspaper where he struggles with the culture of the island. Review

Tower Heist (PG13)

Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy star as employees at a retirement condo who have to come up with a plan to get back at the billionaire who stole their retirement money. Review

A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas (R)

The two lovable potheads are back for some holiday hijinks.

Courageous (PG13)

Four law enforcement officers question their abilities to be fathers after a disaster hits close to home.

Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey (U)

This documentary follows the life of Kevin Clash, the man behind Sesame Street’s beloved Elmo. Review

Silent Souls (U)

When a man’s wife passes away, he asks his best friend to help him say goodbye. Joined by two caged birds, the pair travels thousands of miles to a sacred lake to lay her to rest Review

Margin Call (R)

This thriller focuses on a group of investment bankers during a 24-hour period before the financial crisis. Review

Urbanized (U)

This documentary examines the issues behind designing urban cities.

Weekend (R)

After a drunken party night, Russell meets Glen at a gay club and what was supposed to be a one night stand became something special. Review

J. Edgar (R)

The biography of a feared and admired man, who was the face of law enforcement for almost 50 years. Review

Jack and Jill (PG)

A family man hates the annual event where he sees his identical twin sister... Thanksgiving.

Immortals (R)

A mortal man is chosen by Zues to fight against an evil king set out to destroy Greece and humanity.

Happy Feet Two (PG)

Mumble, friends and family discover a threat to their home in "penguin world" while Mumble's son, Erik, struggles to find his true talent. Review

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (PG13)

Edward and Bella marry while there's a new threat to the wolf pack and vampire coven... the couple's unborn child. Review

The Skin I Live In (R)

A plastic surgeon develops a type of synthetic skin and uses a mysterious woman who holds the key to his obsession guinea pig.

The Muppets (PG)

The beloved not-puppets are back, and this time, they have to raise $10 million to save their studio with the help of a few humans. Review

Martha Marcy May Marlene (R)

Martha Marcy May Marlene is a contender for best American debut of the year. Elizabeth Olsen (younger sister of twins Mary-Kate and Ashley) delivers a breakthrough performance as Martha, a young woman who has just fled the strange Catskills farm community where she lives. Martha runs to her estranged older sister and brother-in-law for help, but she is both unable and unwilling to reveal what's happened to her.

Arthur Christmas (PG)

On Christmas night at the North Pole, Santa's youngest son looks to use his father's high-tech operation for an urgent mission. Review

Hugo (PG)

Set in 1930s Paris, an orphan who lives in the walls of a train station is wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father and an automaton. Review

Melancholia (R)

This end-of-the-world film follows Justine (Kirsten Dunst) and Michael (Alexander Skarsgård). The couple gets married, but the ceremony ends up a disaster, despite the depths Justine’s sister, Claire (Charlotte Gainsbourg) goes to planning the big day. Meanwhile, a planet called Melancholia is hurtling toward Earth and threatening mankind. Review

Into The Abyss (PG13)

Conversations with death row inmate Michael Perry -- serving as examination of why people and the state kill.

Like Crazy (PG13)

A British student and an American student fall in love with one another, but they are separated when the British student is banned from the US for overstaying her visa. Review

The Sitter (R)

A college student is coaxed into a wild night of babysitting the kids next door. Review

New Year's Eve (PG13)

The lives of couples and singles interlink during New Year's Eve. Review

The Descendants (PG13)

This film won a Golden Globe for best drama and is nominated for a best picture Oscar. Probably worth seeing, but bring a tissue. Review

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (G)

Evidently, there needed to be a third movie. And a Lady Gaga number.

Underworld Awakening 3-D (R)

Kate Beckinsale returns as vampiress Selene in a world where humans have learned of the presence of vampires.

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (PG13)

Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law come back for Sherlock Holmes round two, complete with British accents and attractive period attire.

Gainsbourg (U)

This biopic chronicles the life of the Jewish French pop star Serge Gainsbourg in Nazi-occupied France.

Take Shelter (R)

Michael Shannon stars in this film about a small-town Ohio man who experiences intense apocalyptic nightmares and builds a storm shelter in his backyard.

Young Adult (R)

When a writer (Charlize Theron) returns to her hometown and win back her high-school sweetheart, she unexpectedly bonds with a former classmate.

My Week With Marilyn (R)

Michelle Williams gives an Oscar-buzz-generating performance as Marilyn Monroe. The movie is set in 1956, when Monroe was in England honeymooning with Arthur Miller and filming The Prince and the Showgirl. When Miller leaves her for a week, a young assistant helps her escape from the pressures of Hollywood.
"One of the chief pleasures of My Week with Marilyn is watching Williams bring to life Monroe's inner demons and her movie-star allure with equal aplomb. By the time the film's book-ending closing musical number comes around (That Old Black Magic), the illusion is astounding and complete." (Rene Rodriguez, Miami Herald)

Sholem Aleichem (R)

This biopic of Sholem Aleichem delves deeply into the inner life of "'the Jewish Mark Twain," as he's been called. The tale of the creator of Tevye the Dairyman, Menachem-Mendl and other folkloric characters, born Sholem Rabinovich near Kiev in 1859, is also an astounding history of Eastern European Jewry.

War Horse (PG13)

The film follows the journey of a horse who gets separated from his owner. Sounds like a kids' movie, but it's a tear-jerker.

The Darkest Hour (PG13)

Five people find themselves stranded in Moscow and fighting to survive after the usual holiday alien attack. Expect slow-mo disaster porn and pretty scenery. But hey, Emile Hirsch!

The Darkest Hour 3D (PG13)

Five people find themselves stranded in Moscow and fighting to survive after the usual holiday alien attack. Expect slow-mo disaster porn and pretty scenery. But hey, Emile Hirsch!

We Bought A Zoo (PG13)

What would you do in a life crisis? Buy a zoo, of course. Matt Damon's character does in this film.

The Adventures Of Tintin (PG)

Tintin and Captain Haddock set sail in search of sunken treasure, but run into a few snags along the way.

The Adventures Of Tintin 3D (PG)

Tintin and Captain Haddock set sail in search of sunken treasure, but run into a few snags along the way.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (R)

The quiet but strong Lisbeth Salander is brought to life in this awesomely dark drama.

Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol (PG13)

Tom Cruise gets tossed off the highest building in the world. Then he runs. And then he runs faster.

Mozart's Sister (U)

French director René Féret cast his 15-year-old daughter as Nannerl Mozart, the more famous Mozart's older sister and idol. Her talent, some said, rivaled that of her little brother. This has been described as a "decidedly unstuffy period piece" by the folks at Ragtag, who should know.

The Devil Inside (R)

A woman becomes involved with exorcisms in an attempt to find out what happened to her mother, who murdered three people during her own exorcism. Talk about a cursed family.

The Iron Lady (PG13)

Meryl Streep has been nominated for an Oscar for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher. Everyone pretend to be shocked.

Le Havre (U)

A very young African refugee, Idrissa, illegally arrives in the French harbor city, and strikes up an unlikely friendship with an older Bohemian shoeshiner, Marcel. Marcel fights officials attempting to deport Idrissa. Audiences and critics alike loved this film at Cannes. Ragtag's website includes this quote: "Buster Keaton isn't dead, he's alive and well in Finland, where under a new identity he pursues his own particular brand of deadpan absurdism to wonderful effect. If the name Aki Kaurismäki doesn't mean anything to you, it should, and Le Havre may be the film to make it happen." (Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times)

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (R)

Adapted from the classic John le Carre Cold War novel, this espionage thriller centers around a Soviet mole inside MI6, the British intelligence agency.

Beauty and the Beast 3D (G)

The latest Disney classic comes back in 3-D. Don't be frightened by flying teacups.

Beauty and the Beast (G)

Disney is re-releasing the 1991 version of the classic fairytale in 3D; this is the standard version.

Contraband (R)

Mark Wahlberg plays a retired counterfeit-bill smuggling thief. He is forced to run one last job after his brother-in-law gets in trouble.

Joyful Noise (PG13)

The unlikely duo of Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton team up to bring their small town choir to a national choir competition.

Carnage (R)

Jodie Foster and Kate Winslet play mothers whose sons are involved in a fight. With their husbands, they meet to work things out, but as the evening progresses, the parents become more and more childlike themselves. The actresses must have needed the cash.

Haywire (R)

Channing Tatum, Ewan McGregor, Bill Paxton, Michael Fassbender, Antonio Banderas and Michael Douglas star. It can't be bad.

The Artist (PG13)

A silent film about a silent film. It portrays a declining male actor as talkies begin to take the place of - you guessed it - silent film.

The Grey (R)

Liam Neeson fights wolves instead of European prostitution ringleaders.

Man on a Ledge (PG13)

New York City watches Sam Worthington stand on a ledge. Elizabeth Banks tries to keep him from jumping, but finds he has an agenda.

One for the Money (PG13)

Watch out for Katherine Heigl's gun skills and Jersey accent in this comedy.

A Dangerous Method (R)

Keira Knightley plays the patient of Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud. Things become unstable when she seduces the two doctors.

How to Die in Oregon (U)

Terminally ill patients decide if they will live or die in this documentary about physician-assisted suicide.

Everything is Terrible: DoggieWoggiez! PoochieWoochiez! (PG13)

The third installment to Everything is Terrible series. A remake of Alejandro Jodorowsky's Holy Mountain made entirely out of dog clips.

Chronicle (PG13)

Three teenage boys make a discovery, gain superpowers and proceed to crash cars with their minds. Oh, puberty.

The Woman in Black (PG13)

Daniel Radcliffe plays a lawyer in this horror film about a ghost who terrorizes a small town. Wish you had your wand now, don’t you, Harry?

Big Miracle (PG)

An Alaskan town rescues three whales, and John Krasinski is adorable.

3D Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG)

Deadly volcanoes, mountains of gold and Dwayne Johnson in 3-D. What’s not to love?

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG)

Deadly volcanoes, mountains of gold and Dwayne Johnson. What’s not to love?

3D Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (PG)

The beginning of the fall (a.k.a. JarJar Binks) for the Star Wars film franchise

The Vow (PG13)

After a car accident, Rachel McAdams wakes up with amnesia and doesn’t know her husband, Channing Tatum. Somehow, she thinks being married to him is a bad thing.

Safe House (R)

Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds have to run from a killer. It’s probably someone looking for a Green Lantern refund.

Shame (NC17)

Brandon (again Michael Fassbender) is a secret sex addict living in New York. But his secret is threatened when his sister (Carey Mulligan) moves in.

Oscar-Nominated Animated Shorts (PG)

Five inventive shorts from around the world. Includes: Dimanche/Sunday" (dir. Patrick Doyon) "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore" (dir. William Joyce and Brandon Oldenburg), "La Luna" (dir. Enrico Casarosa), "A Morning Stroll" (dir. Grant Orchard and Sue Goffe), and "Wild Life" (dir. Amanda Forbis and Wendy Tilby)

3D Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (PG13)

Nicholas Cage returns to the screen as the appropriately named Johnny Blaze. This time, he fights the devil. So really, this is the film we've all been waiting for.

Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (PG13)

Nicholas Cage returns to the screen as the appropriately named Johnny Blaze. This time, he fights the devil. So really, this is the film we've all been waiting for.

This Means War (PG13)

Two very handsome CIA agents fall in love with the same woman, Reese Witherspoon. Although we love Reese, come on guys, there are other fish in the sea.

The Secret World of Arrietty (R)

Borrowers are tiny people who live under floorboards, but when one borrower makes friends with a human, she puts the species in danger. To the floor!

Act of Valor (R)

Real-life Navy SEALs star alongside actors in this movie. We’re patiently waiting for a sequel called Semper Fi starring real-life marines.

Oscar-Nominated Live-Action Shorts (U)

The five nominees in this category represent some of the most promising filmmakers of tomorrow. Includes: "Pentecost" (dir. Peter McDonald and Eimear O'Kane), Raju (dir. Max Zahle and Stefan Gieren), "The Shore" (dir. Terry George and Oorlagh George), "Time Freak" (dir. Andrew Bowler and Gigi Causey) and "Tuba Atlantic" (dir. Hallvar Witzo).

Ragtag Oscar Watch Party (PG13)

It's the one night a year were we all come together to root for Harmony Korinne's Trashhumpers! Just kidding. (Don't miss the Oscar Nominated Shorts programs, both Animated and Live Action playing now.) Some Ragtag-related highlights: Gary Oldman was nominated for his performance in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Tinker is also up for Best Adapted Screenplay and Original Score. The Artist was nominated for 10 awards, including Best Picture, Cinematography and Director. Films we're trying to get: A Separation was nominated for Original Screenplay and Best Foreign Language Film. Pina is up for Best Doc. Films we've had: Ragtag's most divisive film of 2011, Tree of Life, is up for Best Picture, Cinematography and Director. Christopher Plummer was nominated for his work in Beginners. Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh for their roles in My Week with Marilyn. Margin Call: Best Original Screenplay (JC Chandor). And, finally, everyone's favorite, Midnight in Paris, is up for four awards, including Best Picture and Director.

Gone (PG13)

Amanda Seyfried is sure that the man who kidnapped her has taken her sister to a hole in the woods. That was our first reaction, too. But for some reason, the police think she's crazy. Quick, Little Red Riding Hood, get the wolf to help you find your sister.

Tyler Perry's Good Deeds (PG13)

Tyler Perry conveniently casts Gabriel Union as his fiancee. Ah, the beauty of filmmaking.

Wanderlust (PG13)

Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, aka Mike and Rachel, stay at a hippie retreat. They miss the city. We miss Friends.

Project X (R)

High schoolers get together to have the craziest party anyone has ever seen. At least the craziest that any high schooler has ever seen, which might not be that thrilling.

The Lorax 3D (PG)

Dr. Seuss continues to send children messages of conservation from beyond the grave.

The Lorax (R)

Dr. Seuss continues to send children messages of conservation from beyond the grave. Review

True/False Film Festival (U)

John Carter (PG13)

John Carter has been hyped as this generation’s Star Wars, but it will never surpass the famous series without Chewie and Yoda. Review

John Carter 3D (PG13)

John Carter has been hyped as this generation’s Star Wars, but it will never surpass the famous series without Chewie and Yoda.

Silent House (R)

The younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Elizabeth stars in this scary movie. You might remember her from other mysteries such as The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley: The Case of the Thorn and The Case of the Christmas Caper.

A Thousand Words (PG13)

For the first time, Eddie Murphy does an entire movie without speaking. This premise is completely unbelievable.

A Separation (PG13)

An Iranian woman files for divorce so she can move away. Her request gets denied, and her daughter chooses to stay with her father.

Pina (PG)

Oscar-nominated for Best Documentary, this film pays homage to the late modern dance choreographer Pina Bausch.

Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie (R)

Zach Galifianakis, Will Ferrell, Jeff Goldblum and John C. Reilly. What more could you ask for in a comedy?

21 Jump Street (R)

Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are undercover cops. Hill is believable as a high school student. Tatum, not so much. Review

Pariah (R)

A 17-year-old African-American woman identifies as a lesbian and struggles with her fighting parents and a new relationship.

The Hunger Games (PG13)

Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen volunteers to save her sister from a tournament in which 24 children must fight to the death. She also gets her hair done. Review

Friends With Kids (PG13)

When all their friends are having kids, two friends decide to have a child together while continuing to date other people. What a great everyone-else-was-doing-it moment. Review

Kill List (PG13)

A botched job leaves a hit man mentally scarred. He’s offered a big payoff hit, but it doesn’t go well. His employer probably should have gone with another candidate.

Mirror Mirror (PG)

Julia Roberts leaves Richard Gere behind to play the Evil Queen to Lily Collins’ Snow White. The two women fight over a kingdom and, of course, a prince.

Wrath of the Titans (PG13)

Perseus goes to the underworld to rescue his father, Zeus, who has been captured by his brother, Ares, and Hades. So basically, it’s like Keeping up With the Kardashians but with Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson.

Wrath of the Titans 3D (PG13)

Perseus goes to the underworld to rescue his father, Zeus, who has been captured by his brother, Ares, and Hades. So basically, it’s like Keeping up With the Kardashians but with Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson.

Chico & Rita (PG13)

This Oscar-nominated animated film follows a jazz pianist and a singer on a tour of their romance, because there’s nothing quite like animated love.

Casa de mi Padre (R)

In an attempt to save his father’s ranch, Will Ferrell fights Mexico’s most feared drug lord in this modern day Spanish western. If that’s not enough to intrigue, maybe the Escalades, white cowboy boots and subtitles will make you long for the film. Muy bien, Will Ferrell. Muy bien.

American Reunion (R)

It’s been more than 10 years, and your favorite teens are all grown up. Or are they? Everyone’s back for a high school reunion, and we get to find out who’s still obsessed with Stifler’s mom.

Titanic 3D (PG13)

They’re never letting go. Kate and Leo are back again for three hours of deathly cold waters, class conflicts and a slowly sinking ship. We can only hope that 3-D means more room on the life boats.

Jeff Who Lives at Home (R)

Jason Segel plays Jeff, and Ed Helms plays his clueless older brother. Jeff searches for the meaning of life on his way to buy wood glue.

The Cabin in the Woods (R)

Think this is your predictable, abandoned-cabin horror film? Think again, and prepare to be horrified.

The Three Stooges (PG)

Larry, Curly and Moe are back for some more knucklehead mischief. After being left on a nun’s doorstep, they are surely the only people who could simultaneously become involved in a murder and star in a TV reality show.

The Raid: Redemption (R)

A rookie member of a special forces team is told to stay behind on a mission. When the mission is compromised, he has to become the new leader before his time.

Lockout (PG13)

A convicted ex-government agent must rescue the president's daughter from an outer space prison.

We Need to Talk About Kevin (R)

In her usual fashion, Tilda Swinton gives a gripping performance as a mother, Eva, struggling to grapple with the abnormal malevolence of her 15-year-old son, Kevin.

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (PG13)

Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt leave everything on the line to bring the sport of fly-fishing to the desert. Need we say more?

The Innkeepers (R)

The Yankee Pedlar Inn is finally shutting its doors, but the last two employees are determined to figure out the mystery of the famously haunted hotel.

Chimpanzee (G)

Oscar the chimpanzee gets separated from his family and has to fend for himself. If you enjoy things narrated by Tim Allen, this movie is for you.

The Lucky One (PG13)

Zac Efron carries around a picture of a woman whom he doesn’t know for three tours of duty in Iraq, and then tries to find her when he gets back. Creep much?

Think Like A Man (PG13)

A bunch of guys turn to a book to solve their relationship woes with the likes of Gabrielle Union. Turning to a book for relationship advice isn’t their only problem.

Boy (U)

A New Zealander boy named Boy gets a chance to know his estranged father in this sentimental comedy.

The Five-Year Engagement (R)

Jason Segel and Emily Blunt are engaged for ... five years? And it’s funny.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits 3D (PG)

Hugh Grant voices a captain fighting for the Pirate of the Year Award. Bad news: He’s going to have to beat Jack Sparrow’s cheekbones-eyeliner combo ... in 3D.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits (PG)

Hugh Grant voices a captain fighting for the Pirate of the Year Award. Bad news: He’s going to have to beat Jack Sparrow’s cheekbones-eyeliner combo.

The Raven (R)

John Cusack plays Edgar Allan Poe, who has to stop a murderer inspired by his writing. Dr. Seuss never had this problem.

Safe (R)

Jason Statham takes on his 200th action role as a cage fighter mixed up with the Russian mafia.

Coriolanus (R)

Ralph Fiennes is banished from Rome. Luckily, he bumps into Gerard Butler, and the two take revenge on the city.

Miss Bala (R)

A Tijuana teenager’s dream of being a beauty queen is interrupted when she’s kidnapped at a nightclub.

The Yellow Sea (R)

One cab driver takes on an entire city to see his wife again.

The Avengers (PG13)

Would anyone have ever expected a Viking god, billionaire engineer, moody scientist and über patriot to form the foundation of a crime-fighting super-group? After more than two months in theaters, it’s safe to say the team works well. Review

The Avengers 3D (PG13)

Thor’s adopted brother, Loki, tries to take over Earth. Our favorite superheroes will have to work together to stop him. If the good-looking cast doesn’t convince you to see it twice, the fact that Earth is being attacked by aliens will. Review

Damsels in Distress (PG13)

A trio of women want to improve a grungy American university on the East Coast. They help the students by teaching dance and good hygiene and welcome a transfer student into their group.

Undefeated (PG13)

This football doc doesn’t just build character, it reveals it. Undefeated is about more than just wins and losses. Review

The Kid With a Bike (PG13)

This Golden Globe-nominee follows an 11-year-old boy on his quest to find his bike.

Marley (PG13)

If you’re a fan of the revolutionary musician Bob Marley and documentaries, this film is right up your alley.

Dark Shadows (PG13)

Johnny Depp is the quintessential Tim Burton leading dark-comedy man. This time, he plays a vampire. Just what we all need, another vampire movie.

Bully (PG13)

Filmmaker Lee Hirsch shows the horrors of bullying with the stories of three young students who endure unimaginable torment. Review

Footnote (PG)

Two eccentric professors, who also happen to be father and son, compete for recognition in this Israeli comedy.

Fly Fishing Film Tour (PG13)

Now entering its sixth year, The Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) has become the event of the year for America's diverse fishing community. In 2011 the tour screened in over 85 North American cities and provided a venue to showcase some of the country's best outdoor film makers. Presented by Mid-Missouri Trout Unlimited Fly Fishing Film Tour.

Joplin, Missouri (PG13)

Compelled by the devastation in his hometown, filmmaker Chip Gubera tells the story of distress, survival, recovery and hope after a EF 5 tornado hit Joplin on May 22, 2011.

Battleship (PG13)

Can’t get enough of the board game the film was named after? You should watch the movie. In yet another film about the U.S. military fighting aliens, Hollywood tried to make it interesting. They tried.

The Dictator (PG13)

Inspired by the recent Arab uprising, funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen plays a North African dictator who meets Scary Movie’s Anna Faris and falls in love. It’s funny until Anna Faris.

What to Expect When You're Expecting (PG13)

Five couples share their comical pregnancy adventures with the world while they learn parenting lessons and supply us with a few laughs.

Chernobyl Diaries (R)

Jesse McCartney should probably stick to singing, as this horror film is less than thrilling. Review

Men in Black III 3D (PG13)

Third time’s a charm: Will Smith is back as Agent J plus wrinkles. Josh Brolin plays a younger Agent K. Uh oh. Quickly, who’s the better Agent K? Tommy Lee Jones or Josh Brolin? Who will live up to our expectations of Men in Black? Review

Men in Black III (PG13)

Third time’s a charm: Will Smith is back as Agent J plus wrinkles. Josh Brolin plays a younger Agent K. Uh oh. Quickly, who’s the better Agent K? Tommy Lee Jones or Josh Brolin? Who will live up to our expectations of Men in Black? Review

Sound of my Voice (R)

Two young investigative journalists risk their lives when they join a cult whose leader claims to be from the future.

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (PG13)

This group of seniors shows you’re never too old for a little adventure. Review

Snow White and the Huntsman (PG13)

Charlize Theron is Queen Ravenna, and she wants to eat Snow White’s heart. K-Stew plays Snow White and fights her stepmother, the evil queen, with the guidance of Eric the Huntsman. This darker version of the fairy tale is definitely not the Snow White you remember as a kid. Review

Prometheus 3D (R)

This addition to the Alien mythology was shot entirely with 3D cameras, so you can see Michael Fassbender better. Fassbender plays David, an android who is a spaceship-butler turned villain. Charlize Theron and the original Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Noomi Rapace, are part of the exciting cast. Review

Prometheus (R)

This addition to the Alien mythology was shot entirely with 3D cameras, so you can see Michael Fassbender better. Fassbender plays David, an android who is a spaceship-butler turned villain. Charlize Theron and the original Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Noomi Rapace, are part of the exciting cast. Review

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted 3D (PG)

Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman have yet to get back to New York. In the third installment, they find themselves going through Europe as part of a traveling circus. Will they return to New York this time? If they do, will there be a fourth installment? Review

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted (PG)

Not all animals are meant for the wild. These zoo-accustomed critters actually want to go behind bars. The world seems to conspire against them, though. Review

Bernie (PG13)

Bernie Tiede (Jack Black) is a funeral director in a rural Texas community who dates a clingy and wealthy widow, Marjorie Nugent. He also sports a hip mustache for his role. However, his facial hair seems creepy after he’s involved in a murder. Review

Sun Don't Shine (Homebrewed 2012) (U)

The tense, hypnotically structured film begins in medias res and then proceeds to unfurl through a series of nervous gestures and charged verbal exchanges. Co-stars Kentucker Audley and Kate Lyn Sheil both deliver head-turning performances, and the dazzling, moody cinematography is attuned to their every paranoid move.

Savages (R)

A Buddhist, a Navy SEAL and a DEA agent walk into a bar. And then they take on the Mexican drug cartel. Nope. Not a joke. Review

Rock of Ages (PG13)

Rock fans can expect to hear their favorite bands such as Journey, Guns N’ Roses, Poison, REO Speedwagon and many more. Will this be better than Velvet Goldmine, another glam-rock musical, or is this just another weak Hollywood stunt? Tom Cruise surprises us all by singing, and proves he still has a rockin’ body at 49. Review

That's My Boy (R)

Adam Sandler tries in vain to stay afloat in comedic films. This time he plays Donny, an estranged father, who tries to butter up his son, Todd (Adam Samberg), on the eve of his wedding. Of course, Donny has ulterior motives. But if you’re looking for laughs from Sandler, you might just need to rent Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison. Review

Headhunters (R)

Roger is an accomplished headhunter who lives beyond his means, so he steals art to support his expensive lifestyle. Review

Brave (PG)

In Disney Pixar’s latest animated home run, princess Merida shirks traditional expectations and seeks her own destiny. But it turns out to be a classic case of “be careful what you wish for,” and she ends up having to undo the damage. Review

Brave 3D (PG)

In Disney Pixar’s latest animated home run, princess Merida shirks traditional expectations and seeks her own destiny. But it turns out to be a classic case of “be careful what you wish for,” and she ends up having to undo the damage.

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (R)

The world is ending again. This time it's due to an earth-bound asteroid. In one last effort to find love, Dodge (Steve Carell) and his new-found friend Penny (Kiera Knightley) set out on a journey to find his high school sweetheart.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (R)

Finally, a nice, accurate, historical documentary about Abraham Lincoln! Just kidding.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter 3D (R)

Finally, a nice, accurate, historical documentary about Abraham Lincoln! Just kidding.

Ice Age: Continental Drift (PG)

Forget what the textbooks tell you. Pangea’s demise wasn’t the result of tectonic shifts. An acorn-addicted squirrel was the real culprit. Manny, Diego and Sid have to deal with the consequences. Review

The Deep Blue Sea (PG13)

The wife of a High Court judge (Rachel Weisz) engages in an affair with another man.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi (PG13)

85-year-old Jiro Ono is a world-renown sushi chef. To get a reservation at his 10-seat restaurant, reservations must be made months in advance. This documentary gives audiences a glimpse into the life of one of Tokyo's most famous citizens.

The Raid: Redemption (R)

In this Indonesian thriller, a SWAT team must arrest an infamous drug lord, but first they must make it through a fifteen-story tenement filled with killers, thieves and gangsters. There will be blood.

Magic Mike (R)

A heartwarming tale of a male-stripper heartthrob who takes a young protégé under his wing. A must-see for moviegoers interested in learning how to make easy money (or just watching Channing Tatum take his clothes off). Review

People Like Us (PG13)

Chris Pine is a fast-talking salesman who has to fulfill his late father’s wishes to reconnect with his estranged family. Review

Ted (R)

Don’t lie. You once wished your teddy would come to life, too. Your furry friend probably didn’t have a mind quite this dirty, though. Review

Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection (PG13)

Tyler Perry tackles current events in his latest film, featuring banking scandals, Ponzi schemes and humanity in a time of economic challenges. And he does it while wearing a dress. Review

The Amazing Spider-Man (PG13)

Oh, the age-old question: Who would win in a fight between a spider and a lizard? Andrew Garfield, Rhys Ifans and Marc Webb help find the answer. Review

The Amazing Spider-Man 3D (PG13)

Oh, the age-old question: Who would win in a fight between a spider and a lizard? Andrew Garfield, Rhys Ifans and Marc Webb help find the answer. Review

Moonrise Kingdom (PG13)

Two preteen New England lovebirds decide to run away together as a violent storm builds offshore. Great timing, kids. Review

Monsieur Lazhar (PG13)

An Algerian immigrant must take the place of a popular teacher who recently died.

Katy Perry: Part of Me (PG)

In a somewhat surprising critical hit, this documentary gives Katy Perry fans the backstage passes they’ve always dreamed of. But it’s more than just documented concert performances; Perry’s film might just inspire you, too.

Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D (PG)

In a somewhat surprising critical hit, this documentary gives Katy Perry fans the backstage passes they’ve always dreamed of. But it’s more than just documented concert performances; Perry’s film might just inspire you, too.

To Rome with Love (R)

Woody Allen’s latest romantic comedy follows four couples through the Italian capital. Review

Ice Age: Continental Drift 3D (PG)

Forget what the textbooks tell you. Pangea’s demise wasn’t the result of tectonic shifts. An acorn-addicted squirrel was the real culprit. Manny, Diego and Sid have to deal with the consequences. Review

The Dark Knight Rises (PG13)

Alfred leaves Bruce Wayne while Batman gets beaten to a pulp. Then again, the night is darkest before the dawn. Review

Safety Not Guaranteed (R)

One brave woman decides to respond to a man's classified ad that says he is looking for a partner to time travel with. This movie tells the tale of their comedic adventure.

The Intouchables (R)

A former French prisoner gets a job as a billionaire’s caretaker. It seems that the prisoner rehabilitation program is working much better in France than it is in America.

The Watch (R)

This vulgar comedy depicts the lives of four average Joes and their efforts to combat an alien invasion. After patrolling the streets in 21 Jump Street, it seems Jonah Hill is being punished by Hollywood directors for his weight loss. Review

3D Step Up Revolution (PG13)

This movie series garners the same level of attention as the video game, Dance Dance Revolution. Expect some great screenwriting in this film when a rich daddy’s girl falls in love with a flash-mob dance leader. Review

Step Up Revolution (PG13)

This movie series garners the same level of attention as the video game, Dance Dance Revolution. Expect some great screenwriting in this film when a rich daddy’s girl falls in love with a flash-mob dance leader. Review

Total Recall (PG13)

In this 2012 rendition of the Governator’s 1990 film, Colin Farrell is torn between what’s real and imaginary. By real, we mean between Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG)

Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) is pegged as the “wimpy kid” in this movie based on the popular children’s book series of the same name. Ah, those awkward developmental years.

Beasts of the Southern Wild (PG13)

A six-year-old girl named Hushpuppy must escape the dangers of a southern bayou to save her father and avoid a violent storm.

The Bourne Legacy (PG13)

Jeremy Renner takes over for Matt Damon in the fourth installment of the Bourne saga. A series of events from previous films forces Renner into action.

The Campaign (R)

Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are pitted against each other in a congressional election. It's a good thing this movie isn't based off of a true story.

Hope Springs (PG13)

Steve Carell plays a marriage counselor who’s trying to fix Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones’ 30-year matrimony. Can Carell help them reignite their passion?

Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D (PG13)

Travis Pastrana and his collective of action-sport friends tour the world doing dangerous stunts in 3D.Think Evel Knievel x 10.

ParaNorman 3D (PG)

As if seeing dead people wasn’t bad enough, now Norman has to save his town from an evil witch’s ghost...in 3D.

ParaNorman (PG)

As if seeing dead people wasn’t bad enough, now Norman has to save his town from an evil witch’s ghost.

The Expendables 2 (R)

Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Bruce Willis, Jean-Claude Van Damme and Chuck Norris team up for the ultimate guy movie. Part 2.

Sparkle (PG13)

In her last movie, Whitney Houston plays the single mother of Jordin Sparks, who tries to hit it big as a Motown singer in 1960s Detroit.

The Odd Life of Timothy Green (PG13)

A couple buries a wish list for a child in their backyard, then suddenly one appears. That’s not creepy at all.

Hit and Run (R)

Two dudes care chase their way through a journey, so Kristen Bell can get to L.A. for her dream job.

Premium Rush (PG13)

Speed cycling through NYC? Joseph Gordon-Levitt delivers.

Ruby Sparks (PG13)

Paul Dano's on-screen lover comes alive through his writing and he lives in a swanky apartment. Call it 500 Days of Jealousy.

The Queen of Versailles (PG13)

Call it a riches-to-rags story, but it's still shocking to watch these billionaires spend cash like nobody's business.

Lawless (R)

Shia LeBeouf, Tom Hardy and Jason Clarke are bootlegging brothers in this Prohibition-era gangster tale.

The Possession (PG13)

Kyra Sedgwick and Jeffrey Dean Morgan play the parents of a young girl who opens an antique box and gets possessed.

The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure (G)

The Oogieloves throw a surprise party and lose five magical balloons. It's a pretty big deal.

2016 Obama's America (PG)

A documentary film on the President's trials and tribulations before the re-election.

The Words (PG13)

Bradley Cooper's character wrote a best-seller. The catch: He plagiarized.

The Cold Light of Day (PG13)

A young Wall Street trader's family is taken captive while on vacation. For this one, think an odd mixture of Die Hard and Taken

Cosmopolis (R)

Rob Pattinson plays a billionaire whose life takes a wild turn while on his way across town for a haircut. No vampires in this one.

Finding Nemo 3D (G)

If you didn't find Nemo, maybe 3D would help.

Finding Nemo (G)

Same adventure, same fish; here we go again.

Resident Evil: Retribution 3D (R)

Old crazy weapons, same living-dead enemies. Alice is back at it again.

Resident Evil: Retribution (R)

See the same old crazy weapons, same living-dead enemies, but without the 3D surcharge. Guess what? Alice still kicks a--.

Last Ounce of Courage (PG)

A war-torn family copes with love, loss and regaining freedom.

Celeste & Jesse Forever (R)

Sure. this movie presents the usual relationship turmoil, but everybody loves a good love story — especially when Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg are in the picture.

Searching for Sugar Man (PG13)

Sixto Diaz Rodriguez's music was passed around for decades like word-of-mouth stories. The catch: He recorded only two albums. Two fans-cum-documentarists tel the lost musician's tale, the same one that shower at True/False. Oh yeah, he'll perform at Roots 'N' Blues 'N' BBQ this year, too.

Dredd 3D (R)

Karl Urban and Lena Headey star as "Judges," futuristic cops who fight the rise of a time-altering drug.

Dredd (R)

Karl Urban and Lena Headey star as "Judges," futuristic cops who fight the rise of a time-altering drug.

House at the End of the Street (PG13)

Jennifer Lawrence's character meets a strange guy with a deadly family secret.

End of Watch (R)

Michael Pena and a bald Jake Gyllenhaal become the targets of a dangerous drug cartel.

Trouble With the Curve (PG13)

Top-notch cast Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake star in a flick about America's pastime: baseball.

Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry (R)

A Chinese artist rises against strict censorship through his artwork and social media tactics.This documentary shows how he stands up against the Chinese government.

The Master (R)

Joaquin Phoenix stars as a veteran who has major PTSD after he returns from war.

Looper (R)

You know the drill: Assassin goes into the future to kill himself. How surprising.

Won't Back Down (PG)

Viola Davis and Maggie Gyllenhaal start as two mothers who fight to improve their kids' failing school.

Hotel Transylvania 3D (PG)

Dracula, voiced by Adam Sandler, invites some of the world's most famous monsters to his resort. No humans are allowed, but one gets in somehow.

Hotel Transylvania (PG)

Dracula, voiced by Adam Sandler, invites some of the world's most famous monsters to his resort. No humans are allowed, but one gets in somehow.

Robot & Frank (PG13)

An elderly man's mental and physical health is failing, and his kids choose a common healing method. They buy him a robot.

Sleepwalk with Me (U)

Mike Birbiglia plays a stand-up comedian with the trifecta of annoyances: a dead-end job, a stale relationship and frequent spurts of sleepwalking.

Frankenweenie (PG)

A boy brings his dog back to life in this Tim Burton movie. Trouble starts when the dog gets out, and the town learns his secret.

Frankenweenie 3D (PG)

A boy brings his dog back to life in this Tim Burton movie. Trouble starts when the dog gets out, and the town learns his secret.

Pitch Perfect (PG13)

Anna Kendrick plays a young woman who has to get along with her singing group. You know there;s gonna be drama when a bunch of college women are involved.

Taken 2 (PG13)

Liam Neeson returns as the former agent Bryant Mills, a man who cant seem to keep his family safe from terrorists.

Sinister (R)

In this horror flick about terrifying movies, a crime novelist gets into his own nightmare after he finds some gory tapes.

Seven Psychopaths (R)

Colin Farrell's character is caught up in the L.A. crime scene after his friends steal a gangster's puppy.

Here Comes The Boom (PG)

Kevin James plays a teacher who knows the best way to save his school's music funding.

Argo (R)

After the capture of Americans in Tehran during a 1979 revolt, Tony Mendez poses as a film director with the prisoners as his "crew" to save them.

Arbitrage (R)

Richard Gere plays a hedge-fund millionaire with a past. He struggles to keep his empire alive and turns to an unexpected source for help.

Alex Cross (PG13)

Tyler Perry's character hunts down an oddly muscular Matthew Fox in this James Patterson murder mystery.

Paranormal Activity 4 (R)

New neighborhoods akways attract creeps. This time a suburban family endures strange events when a bizzarre daughter move in.

Compliance (R)

Based on similar real-life cases, a restaurant manager agrees to assist a self-identified police office when he asks her to interrogate and strip search an alleged teen thief.

The Imposter (R)

When a kidnapped boy is returned after three and a half years, none of his family seems to notice that he has a new accent and a new face.

V/H/S (R)

Criminals have to go through horrificVHS tapes to find a rare piece of footage.What are VHS’s again?

3D Silent Hill: Revelations (R)

Just before she turns 18, this poor girl’s father is kidnapped, and she is dragged into a demonic world.That sounds like a great birthday, said no one ever.

3D Silent Hill: Revelation (R)

Just before she turns 18, this poor girl’s father is kidnapped, and she is dragged into a demonic world.That sounds like a great birthday, said no one ever.

Silent Hill: Revelation (R)

Just before she turns 18, this poor girl’s father is kidnapped, and she is dragged into a demonic world.That sounds like a great birthday, said no one ever.

Chasing Mavericks (PG13)

Gerard Butler plays a shaggy-haired guru who trains a young surfer to ride the waves. Kowabunga, dude!

Cloud Atlas (R)

Step aside, Mufasa. Only Halle Berry and Tom Hanks can effectively teach the circle of life.

Fun Size (PG13)

Victoria Justice’s character is stuck with her little brother on Halloween, but it wouldn’t be much of a movie if he didn’t get lost.

Wreck-It Ralph 3D (PG)

John C. Reilly voices Wreck- It Ralph, a wannabe hero who lets a monster loose when he tries to win a contest.

Wreck-It Ralph (PG)

John C. Reilly voices Wreck- It Ralph, a wannabe hero who lets a monster loose when he tries to win a contest.

The Man With the Iron Fists (R)

Warriors toss knives and throwing stars, but Russell Crowe gets a gun.

Flight (PG13)

Denzel Washington plays a pilot who miraculously crash lands a plane and saves nearly everyone aboard. He’s a hero! Or is he?

Samsara (PG13)

This hypnotic documentary would be perfect for Ron Ricke fans. He directed Baraka and cult-classix Koyaanisqatsi.

Skyfall (PG13)

More guns. More drama. More Daniel Craig. Clearly we're excited about 007's latest installment.

Holy Motors (U)

This huge hit at the Cannes Film Festival this year shows a chameleon character's travels and misadventures.

Nothing But a Man (R)

This 1964 throwback portrays the hope and struggle of a black railroad worker during the civil rights movement.

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (PG13)

Bella made it through her life-threatening labor. Now, a clan is out to get her and her baby vampire.

Lincoln (PG13)

We know the President ended the Civil War and abolished slavery. What we don't know is that he and Daniel Day-Lewis are twins.

Middle of Nowhere (R)

A big hit at 2012 Sundance Film Festival, this is a story about a medical student who sets asides her future when her husband faces and eight-year prison sentence.

Chicken With Plums (PG13)

A violinist in late '50s Tehran with a broken fiddle and broken heart takes to his bed, willing himself to die a poet's death. While waiting, he is visited by all manner of beast, including the Dark Angel himself, in this film that revels in magical melancholy.

The Sessions (R)

A 38-year-old man decides to lose his virginity in spite of being confined to an iron lung, so he hires a sex surrogate. We're dying to find out how exactly this works.

Life of Pi (PG13)

Dude sails across the ocean alone. Do you hear Celine Dion's "All By Myself" playing in your head already? Oh wait, there's an adult tiger with him.

Life of Pi 3D (PG13)

Dude sails across the ocean alone. Do you hear Celine Dion's "All By Myself" playing in your head already? Oh wait, there's an adult tiger with him.

Red Dawn (PG13)

North Korea invades U.S. again in this 1984 remake.

Rise of the Guardians (PG13)

Jack Frost, Easter Bunny and The Boogeyman are voiced by Hugh Jackman, Jude Law and Chris Pine. That's hot.

Rise of the Guardians 3D (PG13)

Jack Frost, Easter Bunny and The Boogeyman are voiced by Hugh Jackman, Jude Law and Chris Pine. That's hot.

Killing Them Softly (R)

Bard Pitt's character is hired to track down some bozos who robbed a Mob-run card game. Maybe Fight Club was his training facility for this gig.

The Collection (R)

A psychotic killer traps a girl in a torture maze, and the only person to successfully escape has to save her. You'd think he wouldn't want to go back, but then it wouldn't be much of a movie.

Anna Karenina (R)

In Leo Tolstoy's classic novel set in 19th century Russia, Keira Knightley cheats on Jude Law with a cavalry official. Law's hairline might be receding, but, how dare you?

Playing for Keeps (PG13)

Gerard Butler plays a former soccer start who wants to coach his son's team. The hot soccer moms are just a bonus.

Smashed (R)

It's all about drinking for this young couple until the wife decides to sober up, and re relationships begin to unravel.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (PG13)

The prequel for the Lord of the Rings movies has all the magic any fantasy fanatic loved in the previous films. It’s been too long, Tolkien.

Hitchcock (PG13)

A modern take on how the famous filmmaker made Psycho, this film stars Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren and Scarlett Johansson and reveals the low-budget team and home- shooting methods Hitchcock used to make history.

Monsters Inc. 3D (PG)

You know what’s better than Sulley and Mike Wazowski scaring little children? Terrifying them in 3D.

Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away 3D (PG)

We heard you like Vegas. So we brought Vegas to the Midwest, while you watch how a Midwest woman got to Vegas — in 3D.

Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away (PG)

We heard you like Vegas. So we brought Vegas to the Midwest, while you watch how a Midwest woman got to Vegas.

Jack Reacher (PG13)

Tom Cruise is mad. He’s also an ex-military investigator. But can Cruise raise this seemingly generic action thriller to the next level?

Les Miserables (2012) (PG13)

Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman’s latest film should be an accurate adaptation of Victor Hugo’s novel — with singing.

Parental Guidance (PG)

Billy Crystal plays a grandfather who doesn’t want to deal with babysitting, but whose wife has other plans.

Django Unchained (PG13)

Quentin Tarantino returns with a former slave’s tale of love and revenge. Review

This Is 40 (PG13)

A sort-of sequel to Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up, this film focuses on the everyday drudgery of two parents.

The Guilt Trip (PG13)

Seth Rogen is an inventor who must road trip across the country with his mom.

Silver Linings Playbook (PG13)

Put bipolar disorder and Dancing With the Stars together, and you’ll get Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence falling in love and winning money.

Texas Chainsaw 3D (R)

The newest entry in the Texas Chainsaw franchise; now in extra-gory 3D. Pro tip: If you've inherited an old Victorian mansion, don't go poking around in the basement.

Texas Chainsaw (R)

The newest entry in the Texas Chainsaw franchise. Pro tip: If you've inherited an old Victorian mansion, don't go poking around in the basement.

The Impossible (PG13)

Naomi Watts and Ewan MacGregor play parents of a family caught in the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.

Promised Land (R)

Natural-gas-company representatives run into trouble buying drilling rights in a small town. If you've ever wanted to watch a drama about fracking, this is your movie.

Gangster Squad (R)

The newest edition to the mobster genre pits cops against robbers. Fitting.

A Haunted House (R)

Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) and Kisha (Essence Atkins) garner the unwanted attention of a demon. Think Paranormal Activity meets Scary Movie.

Zero Dark Thirty (R)

Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal team up again to capture the largest manhunt in history on screen. This film has potential Oscar status. Review

Broken City (R)

Billy Taggert (Mark Wahlberg) stumbles upon a web of trouble when uncovering the hidden romances of the mayor’s wife. Review

The Last Stand (R)

The first lead role for Arnold Schwarzenegger since 2003, The Last Stand is a two-hour showdown between drug cartels and the law that follows the classic formula. Review

Mama (PG13)

As the title suggests, this film features some creepy kids. Nothing scarier than creepy kids.

Not Fade Away (PG13)

Awash in 60s nostalgia, Not Fade Away is a typical bildungsroman. Complete with an excellent soundtrack. Review

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters 3D (R)

Forget the bread crumbs. These siblings are out for blood. Review

Movie 43 (R)

With an ensemble cast pf A-list actors ranging from Hugh Jackman to Johnny Knoxville, a dozen directors separate plotlines, good luck following along with this outrageous comedy. Review

Beware of Mr. Baker (U)

This documentary illuminates the life of Cream's legendary drummer Ginger Baker, from his musical brilliance to his heroin addiction.

Hansel Gretel: Witch Hunters (R)

Forget the bread crumbs. These siblings are out for blood. Review

Bullet to the Head (R)

Sly Stallone, a New Orleans hit man, teams up with a D.C. cop for revenge. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures. Review

Warm Bodies (PG13)

It’s a classic love story with a contemporary twist. Zombie meets girl. Girl restarts his heart. Zombie and girl change the world. Shakespeare would be so proud. Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Films. Review

Rust and Bone (R)

Marion Cotillard stars as an orca trainer who loses her legs. Matthias Schoenaerts completes the love story by helping her recover. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics. Review

Parker (R)

Jason Statham and J. Lo form an alliance to seek revenge against Statham's former crew of professional thieves. Photo: FilmDistrict Review

Side Effects (R)

Emily (Rooney Mara) starts taking medication after her husband (Channing Tatum) is released from jail. The drugs have disastrous consequences.

Identity Thief (PG13)

Jason Bateman plays an average guy who’s forced to travel cross country in order to save his identity from a shopping-obsessed woman (Melissa McCarthy). Review

Oscar Shorts — Animated (U)

Check out the best animated shorts of the year: Paperman, The Longest Daycare, Fresh Guacamole, Adam the Dog and Head over Heels. Photo courtesy of Disney.

Oscar Shorts — Live Action (U)

Before the Oscars, catch the best live-action shorts of the year: Asad, Henry, Buzkashi Boys, Curfew and Death of a Shadow. Photo courtesy of Hungry Man Inc.

Amour (PG13)

This foreign film features an older couple, Georges and Anne, whose relationship struggles when Anne’s health suffers. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics Review

Beautiful Creatures (PG13)

Lena (Alice Englert) will be claimed for good or evil on her 16th birthday, but she still has time for romance. Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures Review

Escape from Planet Earth (PG)

A timid alien must save his heroic older brother from a trap set by the humans in this animated family film. Photo: The Weinstein Co.

Escape from Planet Earth 3D (PG)

A timid alien must save his heroic older brother from a trap set by the humans in this animated family film. Photo: The Weinstein Co.

Safe Haven (PG13)

Beautiful people, North Carolina town, drama. This has Nicholas Sparks written all over it. Photo: Relativity Media Review

A Good Day To Die Hard (R)

In the fifth installment of the Die Hard movies, Bruce Willis heads to Russia to save his adult son. Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox. Review

Snitch (PG13)

Dwayne (formerly The Rock) Johnson’s son is wrongly accused of drug distribution, so he does what any good father would — he goes undercover to investigate a dangerous drug cartel. Photo: Lionsgate/Summit Entertainment Review

Dark Skies (PG13)

From the producer of the Paranormal Activity series, things get creepy in the suburbs when aliens come for Keri Russell’s family. Photo: The Weinstein Company Review

21 and Over (R)

Studious Jeff Chang has an interview for medical school in the morning, but when his friends surprise him for his 21st birthday, shenanigans ensue. The movie is from the writers of The Hangover. Photo: Relativity Media Review

Jack the Giant Slayer (PG13)

Nicholas Hoult killed it as a zombie boyfriend in Warm Bodies. The British actor takes on giants as a farm boy named Jack. Photo: Warner Bros. Review

Jack the Giant Slayer 3D (PG13)

Nicholas Hoult killed it as a zombie boyfriend in Warm Bodies. The British actor takes on giants as a farm boy named Jack. Photo: Warner Bros. Review

Phantom (R)

Forget about the bunker—this Cold War-era film follows the captain of a Soviet submarine as he tries to avoid starting a nuclear war. Photo: RCR Distribution Review

The Last Exorcism Part II (PG13)

Nell Sweetzer doesn't remember the last few months, but knows she is the last living member of her family. Little does she know, her last exorcism didn't do the trick. Photo: CBS Films Review

The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear (U)

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The Fall (U)

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I Am Breathing (U)

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The Last Station (U)

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Computer Chess (U)

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The Captain and His Pirate (U)

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Sleepless Nights (U)

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Northern Light (U)

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Lost & Found (shorts) (U)

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After Tiller (U)

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The Ascent of Man (shorts) (U)

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Who is Dayani Cristal? (U)

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David Holzman's DIary (U)

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The Institute (U)

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Boys & Their Toys (shorts) (U)

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Secret Screening Blue (U)

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Secret Screening Silver (U)

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Secret Screening Red (U)

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Leviathan (U)

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Oz the Great and Powerful (PG)

James Franco plays a magician whisked away to the Land of Oz, where he meets three witches (Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams). They are convinced he is a long-awaited wizard who will solve everything, but he isn’t so sure. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Review

Oz the Great and Powerful 3D (PG)

James Franco plays a magician whisked away to the Land of Oz, where he meets three witches (Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams). They are convinced he is a long-awaited wizard who will solve everything, but he isn’t so sure. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures. Review

Dead Man Down (R)

From the Danish dude who directed the original Girl With the Dragon Tattoo comes this thriller about two people (Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace) brought together on a quest for revenge. Photo: FilmDistrict. Review

Quartet (PG13)

The fourth member of a quartet unexpectedly rejoins her ex-singing partners at a home for retired musicians in Britain. The group split up due to Maggie Smith’s diva ego, but they must bond again in time for a concert. Photo: The Weinstein Co. Review

John Dies at the End (R)

Talk about a trip. A new drug named Soy Sauce is sending people to another dimension, and they are not human when they return. It’s up to John and David, two college dropouts, to save all humankind. Photo: Magnolia Pictures. Review

The Call (R)

Halle Berry plays a 911 operator whose actions make a life-or-death difference against a serial killer who is after all-grown-up Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine).

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (PG13)

We’re not sure if “holding it” for 12 days is magical, Jim Carrey, but the combo of you and Steve Carell in a comedy about rival magicians might be. Olivia Wilde also stars. Review

Tchoupitoulas (U)

New Orleans doesn’t necessarily seem like a safe place for kids, but that doesn’t stop an 11-year-old and his brothers from taking a nighttime adventure there. Photo: Oscilloscope Laboratories

A Royal Affair (R)

That awkward moment when you marry a crazy king and get knocked up by one of his advisors. It ain’t that easy bein’ queen. Photo: Magnolia Pictures

Stoker (R)

After a man dies in a car accident, his teenage daughter is left to compete with her mother for the attention of her creepy Uncle Charlie she never knew she had. Awkward.

Admission (PG13)

Tina Fey plays a Princeton admissions officer who has always lived life by the book. Then she meets Paul Rudd, who changes her perspective when he introduces her to a special student. Review

The Croods 3D (PG)

Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone provide the voices for a prehistoric father and daughter in search of a new home after their cave is destroyed.

The Croods (PG)

Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone provide the voices for a prehistoric father and daughter in search of a new home after their cave is destroyed.

Olympus Has Fallen (R)

After the president (Aaron Eckhart) is kidnapped and held hostage, an ex-special forces member (Gerard Butler) returns to save the day. Oh, and Morgan Freeman is in it, too.

Spring Breakers (R)

Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens are all grown up and prove you can’t have a true spring break without spending a little time in jail. Review

The Host (PG13)

From the creative force behind the acclaimed Twilight series, The Host is set to redefine filmmaking for a generation. Or earn universal ridicule. One of those two. Photo: Open Road Films

Tyler Perry's Temptation (PG13)

Kim Kardashian and Tyler Perry combine their self- promotion prowess in Perry’s new film about marriage. Photo: Lionsgate Films Review

G.I. Joe: Retaliation (PG13)

A group of real American heroes continue the endless war against Cobra, but they discover forces within the government working against them, as well. Photo: Paramount Pictures

G.I. Joe: Retaliation 3D (PG13)

A group of real American heroes continue the endless war against Cobra, but they discover forces within the government working against them, as well. Photo: Paramount Pictures

Hyde Park on Hudson (R)

Kate Middleton’s offspring is nothing compared to the first-ever American visit by the royal family. Photo: Focus Features Review

Jurassic Park 3D (PG13)

Hold onto your butts! Your favorite flick about a dinosaur amusement park is back. This time the dinosaurs will look more real than ever. Review

Evil Dead (R)

Five young adults hang out in a cabin in the woods and become possessed by demons in this ’80s cult film remake. Photo courtesy of TriStar Pictures Review

42 (PG13)

Enter the world of 1940s Major League Baseball as Jackie Robinson signs with the Brooklyn Dodgers and breaks the color barrier set to the music of Duke Ellington and Count Basie. Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures

Scary Movie V (PG13)

What’s scarier — the films the Scary Movie series is based on, or a steamy scene between Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen? You decide. Photo: The Weinstein Company

The Place Beyond the Pines (R)

Robbing banks from the back of a motorcycle is an unorthodox way to support a family, but at least Ryan Gosling’s trying to be a good father. Photo: Focus Features Review

Trance (R)

From the director of Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire comes a new psychological thriller about hypnotism, memories and a stolen painting. It’s sure to be a trip. Photo: 20th Century Fox

Oblivion (PG13)

Tom Cruise cruises the post-apocalyptic skies on evacuated planet Earth. He thinks he’ll soon get to rejoin his fellow humans on their lunar colony, but fate has some other plans. Photo: Universal Pictures Review

The Big Wedding (R)

There’s nothing like a wedding to bring out family drama. Robert De Niro and Diane Keaton play a divorced couple pretending to be happy to appease their adopted son’s biological mother. Photo: Lionsgate Films Review

Pain and Gain (R)

Michael Bay directs. Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson star. Safe to say this one’s going to be action-packed. Photo: Paramount Studios

Room 237 (U)

In this documentary, Director Rodney Ascher interviews film buffs and scholars about their theories on hidden symbols and meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film, The Shining. Ragtag will also be screening The Shining on May 3 and 4. Photo: IFC Films Review

The Company You Keep (R)

Shia LaBeouf ditches robots and picks up journalism in this political thriller directed by and starring Robert Redford. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics

Iron Man 3 (PG13)

Life has changed for Tony Stark since meeting up with The Avengers. Enter new toys, new dangers and a new villain, Mandarin. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Review

Iron Man 3 3D (PG13)

Life has changed for Tony Stark since meeting up with The Avengers. Enter new toys, new dangers and a new villain, Mandarin. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Review

Upstream Color (R)

Shane Carruth (Primer) wrote, directed, edited and starred in this enigmatic film that’s part sci-fi, part mysterious romance. Oh, and there’s a worm that causes total mind control. Intrigued? Photo: Independent Pictures

The Great Gatsby (PG13)

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.
Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) is known for his over-the-top movies, so it’s fitting he directed Fitzgerald’s classic tale of larger-than-life Jay Gatsby (Leo DiCaprio, star of Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet). Review

The Great Gatsby 3D (PG13)

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures.
Baz Luhrmann (Moulin Rouge) is known for his over-the-top movies, so it’s fitting he directed Fitzgerald’s classic tale of largerthan-life Jay Gatsby (Leo DiCaprio, star of Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet). Review

Peeples (PG13)

Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Films.
An average Joe just wants to propose to his girlfriend, but her preppy family might be a problem in this comedy from the writer of Drumline.

The Sapphires (PG13)

Four Australian Aboriginal divas are discovered by a talent scout and experience stardom as they sing for American troops during the Vietnam War. Photo: The Weinstein Company Review

Gimme the Loot (U)

Photo courtesy of IFC Films
Two teens in the Bronx embark on an adventure through NYC to graffiti the Mets Home Run Apple and bring fame to their art.

No (R)

Gael García Bernal stars as a bold advertising executive running the campaign against dictator Augusto Pinochet in 1980s Chile. You might recognize the title from this year’s True/False. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics

Star Trek Into Darkness (PG13)

Spock (Zachary Quinto), Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and the rest of the Enterprise crew are back home.This time they are ready to take on a nemesis from within their own organization. He’s out to destroy the world. Photo: Paramount Review

Star Trek Into Darkness 3D (PG13)

Spock (Zachary Quinto), Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and the rest of the Enterprise crew are back home.This time they are ready to take on a nemesis from within their own organization. He’s out to destroy the world. Photo: Paramount Review

Mud (PG13)

Matthew McConaughey stars as Mud, who is discovered by two boys while hiding out on an island in Mississippi. He describes the dramatic scenarios of his life, and the two young boys agree to help him reconnect with his sweetheart, Juniper (Reese Witherspoon). Review

Like Someone in Love (U)

A call girl meets an elderly man in the suburbs of Tokyo. He pretends to be her grandfather and gives her the protection she needs from her volatile boyfriend. Photo: MK2 Productions

Epic (PG)

Leaf warriors, magic and teenagers shrinking down to fairy size? It sounds suspiciously like 1992's FernGully: The Last Rainforest, but Twentieth Century Fox added updated vocal talents. The same studio made Ice Age, and Epic offers a similar animation style.

Epic 3D (PG)

Leaf warriors, magic and teenagers shrinking down to fairy size? It sounds suspiciously like 1992's FernGully: The Last Rainforest, but Twentieth Century Fox added updated vocal talents. The same studio made Ice Age, and Epic offers a similar animation style.

Fast & Furious 6 (PG13)

Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) must take down a former special operations soldier who specializes in violence through vehicles. Director Jeremy Lin, who also directed Fast Five, Fast & Furious and The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, returns to the franchise.

The Hangover Part III (R)

This time, the wolf pack isn't late for a wedding, and they aren't experiencing a wild bachelor party. They are, however, joined by John Goodman and Ken Jeong jumping off of a building. Based on the previous two movies, it's going to get wild.

From Up On Poppy Hill (PG)

This Japanese animated film tells the story of two teens in the 1960s Japan trying to save their schol's clubhouse. The English version is voiced by stars such as Sarah Bolger and Anton Yelchin.

To the Wonder (R)

Director Terrence Malick‘s new film follows two foreigners who fall in love and relocate to Oklahoma. Problems arise when a priest and a childhood sweetheart enter the picture. Photo: Magnolia Pictures Review

It's a Disaster (R)

A friendly Sunday brunch turns into a catastrophe when everyone realizes the city is under attack from an unknown source. Trapped inside, each individual slowly unravels, revealing personal issues, meltdowns, betrayals and relationship problems. America Ferrera, Julia Stiles and Todd Berger co-star. Photo: Oscilloscope Laboratories Review

At Any Price (R)

The pig’s out walking, according to Dad. Dennis Quaid plays a father figure who wants his son, Dean, (Zac Efron) to help grow his agriculture business. Instead, Dean wants to become a race car driver. When financial crisis hits, the two come together to save the family farm. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics Review

After Earth (PG13)

Will Smith and his son, Jaden, star in a film that combines action and sci-fi. Stranded on Earth and injured, Cypher (Will) must work with his son Kitai (Jaden) to return home. They fight unknown creatures, overcome foreign land and relearn the meaning of trust. Isabelle Fuhrman also stars. Photo: Sony Pictures Review

Now You See Me (PG13)

A group of talented illusionists called The Four Horsemen keep the FBI on its toes in a serious game of cat-and-mouse. The illusionists use their performances to rob banks and give the stolen money to their audiences. Will the FBI see through the illusions? Photo: Lionsgate Films Review

The Internship (PG13)

Age is just a number, right? Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn score internships with Google despite being noticeably older than their colleagues, who are Ivy Leaguers.

The Purge (PG13)

It’s 2022 and time for the annual Purge, a 12-hour period when all crimes are legal — even murder. Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey play a husband and wife who will do anything they can to save their family when an intruder gets into their house.

The Gatekeepers (PG13)

This True/False favorite is back. Six former heads of Israel’s Shin Bet secret service share their insights and reflect on the country’s war on terror between the Israelis and the Palestinians.

Frances Ha (R)

Frances (Greta Gerwig) is a 27-year-old Brooklynite and an unsuccessful dancer who doesn’t have a place to live. She’s also fighting with her best friend — basically, a typical 20-something. Gerwig also co-wrote the film.

Before Midnight (R)

Before Midnight is an upcoming American romance drama film and the sequel to Before Sunrise (1995) and Before Sunset (2004).

The Source Family (PG13)

It's 1971 and communes and new religions are on the rise. The Source Family are an "Aquarian tribe," a secretive but outlandish group of 140 beautiful young people who stroll Los Angeles in colorful robes, devotees of "Father Yod," a controversial restaurateur-turned-spiritual leader with fourteen wives and his own psychedelic rock band.

This is the End (R)

The comedy This Is The End follows six friends trapped in a house after a series of strange and catastrophic events devastate Los Angeles. As the world unravels outside, dwindling supplies and cabin fever threaten to tear apart the friendships inside. Review

Man of Steel (PG13)

A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.

Man of Steel 3D (PG13)

A young boy learns that he has extraordinary powers and is not of this Earth. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do. But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.

Monsters University (G)

Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan weren’t always the closest of colleagues. The film goes back to Mike and Sulley’s college experiences and explains how they became best friends. John Goodman and Billy Crystal return to voice the beloved characters. Review

World War Z (PG13)

United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) travels around the world in a race against the clock. If he cannot stop the pandemic, armies and governments will continue to topple, and the human race will be at risk of extinction. Marc Forster directs. Mireille Enos, Abigail Hargrove and Matthew Fox co-stars in this action-packed blockbuster. Review

World War Z 3D (PG13)

United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) travels around the world in a race against the clock. If he cannot stop the pandemic, armies and governments will continue to topple, and the human race will be at risk of extinction. Marc Forster directs. Mireille Enos, Abigail Hargrove and Matthew Fox co-stars in this action-packed blockbuster. Review

Monsters University 3D (G)

Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan weren’t always the closest of colleagues. The film goes back to Mike and Sulley’s college experiences and explains how they became best friends. John Goodman and Billy Crystal return to voice the beloved characters.

The Bling Ring (R)

Emma Watson swaps Hogwarts for Hollywood in Sofia Coppola’s satire, based on a true story. L.A. teens have fun robbing celebrity homes and wearing their designer clothes until they get caugh Review

The Heat (R)

Sandra Bullock, an uptight FBI agent and Melissa McCarthy, a bad-mouthed Boston cop team up to fight crime. Review

White House Down (PG13)

Channing Tatum tries to save the president (Jamie Foxx) and the White House in this action-packed blockbuster. Review

The East (PG13)

An FBI agent acts as a mole and tries to infiltrate a anarchist group, but ends up getting sucked in. Review

The Lone Ranger (PG13)

Johnny Depp brings his Native American heritage to the big screen when he plays Tonto. He tells the story of how John Reid (Armie Hammer) becomes the famous man of law. Expect some excellent hats.

Despicable Me 2 (G)

Gru (Steve Carell) has put away his plans to steal the moon and left his evil past behind. He and two of his minions are kidnapped by Anti-Villian League agent Lucy Wild (Kristen Wiig) in order to spy on a new super-villian.

Despicable Me 2 3D (G)

Gru (Steve Carell) has put away his plans to steal the moon and left his evil past behind. He and two of his minions are kidnapped by Anti-Villian League agent Lucy Wild (Kristen Wiig) in order to spy on a new super-villian.

Much Ado About Nothing (PG13)

In Joss Whedon’s modern adaptation of the play, Shakespeare meets Buffy. In this battle of the sexes and wits, two lovers spend so much time quarreling that they don’t realize they are perfect for each other. Photo: Roadside Attractions

Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain (R)

In case you didn’t make it to his sold-out show at Madison Square Garden, comedian Kevin Hart (Think Like a Man) had it recorded. Photo: Summit Entertainment

Paper Moon (PG)

Part of the 5 Dollar Flashbacks series, this 1973 film is set in the Great Depression. A con man encounters a young girl who might be his daughter.

Pacific Rim (PG13)

Guillermo del Toro’s latest is like Transformers underwater. When the Kaiju monsters rise from the sea and destroy humanity’s resources, only a new robot can save the world.

Pacific Rim 3D (PG13)

Guillermo del Toro’s latest is like Transformers underwater. When the Kaiju monsters rise from the sea and destroy humanity’s resources, only a new robot can save the world.

Grown Ups 2 (PG13)

David Spade, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler and Kevin James move back to the suburbs, but things aren’t as quaint as they expected. The Lonely Island does a sexy car wash.

Sightseers (PG13)

Vacationing through the English countryside has never been so homicidal. In this dark comedy, an awkward couple takes a road trip and ends up murdering people along the way.

20 Feet From Stardom (PG13)

This True/False favorite spotlights the backup singers who can make or break a tune but haven’t gotten credit until this documentary.

The Conjuring (R)

Ed and Lorraine Warren are a team of paranormal investigators. When they are called to a family's farmhouse because of a dark presence, they are in for the case of their lives. Based on a true story.

Red 2 (PG13)

CIA agent Frank Moses gathers his team to track down a missing nuclear device.

Turbo (PG)

A garden snail named Turbo dreams of becoming the world's fastest snail.

Turbo 3D (PG)

A garden snail named Turbo dreams of becoming the world's fastest snail.

R.I.P.D. (PG13)

Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges help souls of the dead move to the other side.

R.I.P.D. 3D (PG13)

Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges help souls of the dead move to the other side.

Stories We Tell (PG13)

Sarah Polley investigates the secrets that surround her family and its history.

Only God Forgives (R)

Ryan Gosling is a respected underground boxer in Bangkok, Thailand. When his brother is killed, he is forced to meet up with the murderers and settle the score.

Dirty Wars (U)

Investigative journalist Jeremy Scanhill travels the globe to get the scoop on American military operations. This film was also a part of the 2013 True/False Film Festival.

Wolverine (PG13)

Hugh Jackman plays the quiet but sexy Wolverine in this X-Men spin-off. He fights ninjas in Japan.

Unfinished Song (PG13)

A grumpy old man named Arthur (Terence Stamp) tries to find happiness. At his wife's suggestion, he joins a seniors' choir group that performs rock and hip hop songs.

Wolverine 3D (PG13)

Hugh Jackman plays the quiet but sexy Wolverine in this X-Men spin-off. He fights ninjas in Japan.

The Way, Way Back (PG13)

Ducan didn’t plan to spend his summer vacation with his mom, her boyfriend and his daughter. But Owen, a waterpark manager, makes thingsa little better.

Fruitvale Station (R)

Oscar Grant’s (Michael B. Jordan) insightful final day is woven with friends and strangers until 2009 begins — with or without him. Photo: The Weinstein Company Review

Fill the Void (PG)

Shira is only 18 when her older sister, Esther, dies in childbirth. When Esther's husband wants to take his child and leave Israel, Shira must make a tough decision.

The Kings of Summer (R)

In a coming-of-age film, Joe, Patrick and Biaggio spend a summer in the woods. They build a home, live off the land and revel in their freedom. Review

Berberian Sound Studio (U)

Not intended to be a scarefest, this movie follows a British technician who works on sound effects for an Italian horror production in the 1970s.

Smurfs 2 (PG)

Evil Gargamel (Hank Azaria) creates bad Smurfs, called Naughties, to wreak havoc. When he captures Smurfette (Katy Perry), the rest of the blue crew must rescue her.

Smurfs 2 3D (PG)

Evil Gargamel (Hank Azaria) creates bad Smurfs, called Naughties, to wreak havoc. When he captures Smurfette (Katy Perry), the rest of the

2 Guns (R)

Pants-dropping Mark Wahlberg and Academy Award-winning Denzel Washington unknowingly lead crime investigations against each other. Review

Blancanieves (PG13)

Snow White grows up in a bull fighting arena in this Spanish-style black and white adaptation. Review

Lovelace (R)

Amanda Seyfried plays Linda Lovelace, the girl-next-door turned porn star. She also earned international fame and became a symbol of sexual freedom. Review

Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me (PG13)

Discover the rise of pop music legend Big Star in this documentary film. Review

Planes (PG)

Disney is back with another animated film, but this one's about airplanes. A spin-off from Cars, this new film follows the same guide lines and Dane Cook voices Dusty Crophopper, the main character.

Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters (PG)

Percy Jackson borrows a page from Jason and the Argonauts in the next installment. Review

Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters 3D (PG)

Percy Jackson borrows a page from Jason and the Argonauts in the next installment.

Elysium (R)

It's 2154 and the world is split between two classes of people: the rich and the poor. The rich are able to live on a grand space station called Elysium while everyone else is stuck on planet Earth. Matt Damon tries to bridge the gap by undertaking a dangerous mission. Review

Planes 3D (PG)

Disney is back with another animated film, but this one's about airplanes. A spin-off from Cars, this new film follows the same guide lines and Dane Cook voices Dusty Crophopper, the main character.

We're the Millers (R)

Jason Sudeikis creates a fake family to transport pot from Mexico. Review

Jobs (PG13)

Ironic Ashton Kutcher plays iconic Steve Jobs from the beginning of Apple until the iPod. Photo: Open Road Films

Kick-Ass 2 (R)

Potty-mouth Hit Girl (Chloë Moretz) and Kick-Ass (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) fight evil villains and normalcy in this sequel. Photo: Universal Pictures

Lee Daniels' The Butler (PG13)

Cecil Gaines is the U.S. version of Downton Abbey’s Carson in this story based on a real-life White House butler. Photo: The Weinstein Company Review

Paranoia (PG13)

Liam Hemsworth must commit corporate espionage in exchange for a corner office at the behest of his CEO, Gary Oldman. Photo: Relativity Media

Crystal Fairy (U)

Michael Cera’s mustache might look like a bad trip, but he and his companion Crystal Fairy search for a real hallucinogen in Chile. Photo: IFC Films

The To Do List (R)

Aubrey Plaza (Parks & Recreation) takes a break from Pawnee to star as a girl organizing her sex life. Photo: CBS Films

The World's End (R)

Aliens join Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s pub crawl in this sci-fi comedy. Photo: Focus Features Review

You're Next (R)

A family that fights murderers together stays together in this new horror flick. Photo: Lionsgate

Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (PG13)

One girl’s formative years are made extra miserable when she finds out she is descended from a long line of demon-slayers. Photo: Sony Pictures

Blue Jasmine (PG13)

The newest Woody Allen installment features Cate Blanchett as a socialite going through — surprise — a midlife crisis. Photo: Sony Pictures Classics Review

In A World... (R)

Lake Bell wrote, directed and stars in this romantic comedy about a struggling vocal coach competing against her own father. Photo: Roadside Attractions Review

Getaway (PG13)

Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez get behind the wheel in this action film as they are forced into a do-or-die mission. Photo: Warner Bros. Pictures Review

One Direction: This Is Us (PG)

Every tween in town will be screaming in excitement with this film that follows the life of the hunky boy band. Photo: Sony Pictures Review

One Direction: This Is Us 3D (PG)

Every tween in town will be screaming in excitement with this film that follows the life of the hunky boy band. Photo: Sony Pictures Review

Riddick (R)

Vin Diesel reprises his role as a dangerous convict on the run but not for long. Every bounty hunter ever is on his case. Photo courtesy of Tristar Pictures. Review

The Grandmaster (PG13)

In the wake of China’s last dynasty, kung fu master Ip Man explores the growing popularity of martial arts. Photo: The Weinstein Company

The Family (R)

Once a mobster, always a mobster. Robert DeNiro stars in this dark-humored film about a Mafia family in witness protection.

Insidious: Chapter 2 (PG13)

The Lambert family can’t shake off the spooky spirits as they continue to run in this horror sequel.

Battle of the Year 3D (PG13)

Chris Brown, Josh Peck, Laz Alonso and more compete in an epic dance battle with the help of a former championship basketball coach.

Prisoners (R)

Hugh Jackman and Terrence Howard star in this gripping film about going the distance to protect their children.

Salinger (PG13)

A collection of interviews, photographs and film footage bring the story of this classic author to life. Review

The Spectacular Now (R)

This coming-of-age tale highlights the joys and pains of being young and in love.

Short Term 12 (R)

Brie Larson and John Gallagher Jr. manage to find love while working in an at-risk home for teens. Photo: Cinedigm

Ain't Them Bodies Saints (R)

Casey Affleck, Ben Foster and Rooney Mara are transported to 1970s Texas. Crime and a love triangle set the tone for this critically- acclaimed Sundance film. Photo: IFC Films

Baggage Claim (PG13)

A flight attendant (Paula Patton) takes advantage of her frequent flier miles to find Mr. Right in time for her sister’s wedding. Photo: Fox Searchlight Review

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 (PG)

Inventor Flint Lockwood’s infamous invention has betrayed him by turning water into animal-food hybrids. Photo: Sony Pictures Review

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 3D (PG)

Inventor Flint Lockwood’s infamous invention has betrayed him by turning water into animal-food hybrids. Photo: Sony Pictures Review

Don Jon (R)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as Jon, a man trying to kick his porn habit by entering a real-life relationship with Scarlett Johansson. Photo: Relativity Media Review

Rush (R)

Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl star in this Ron Howard film that depicts an old school Grand Prix rivalry. Brace yourself, and buckle up for this action-adventure film. Photo: Universal Pcictures Review

The Act of Killing (R)

This documentary examines the private lives of mass murderers in Indonesia who also have filmed their killings. Photo courtesy of Drafthouse Films. Review

Gravity (PG13)

On Dr. Ryan Stone’s (Sandra Bullock) first mission to space, the station is destroyed. She and veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) have to face the vastness of outer space alone. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Review

Gravity 3D (PG13)

On Dr. Ryan Stone’s (Sandra Bullock) first mission to space, the station is destroyed. She and veteran astronaut Matt Kowalsky (George Clooney) have to face the vastness of outer space alone. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Review

Runner Runner (R)

When college student Richie (Justin Timberlake) is cheated out of money through online gambling (money he uses to pay for college), he travels to Costa Rica to find Ivan (Ben Affleck), the man who wronged him. Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox. Review

Metallic Through the Never 3D (PG13)

A young roadie must complete an urgent task while on a sold-out arena tour with Metallica. The film will also feature live concert footage. Photo courtesy of Relativity Films.

Captain Phillips (PG13)

Tom Hanks is the commanding officer of a cargo ship that is taken hostage by Somali pirates. Review

Machete Kills (PG13)

Danny Trejo plays a former federal agent who’s recruited by the president to shut down an operation that would cause a world war.

Enough Said (PG13)

When Eva (Julia Louis Dreyfus) starts dating a new man (James Gandolfini in his last movie), her happiness is cut short when she happens to befriend his ex-wife. Review

Blue Caprice (R)

This thriller explores the minds of the Beltway snipers who killed many civilians in the Washington D.C. area. Review

Carrie (R)

Chloë Grace Moretz becomes the outcast and uses telekinetic powers for evil in this ’70s horror film. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures. Review

Escape Plan (R)

Macho men Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger use brains and mostly brawn to break out of the world’s most restrictive prison. Photo courtesy of Summit Entertainment. Review

The Fifth Estate (R)

Family fun means smuggling drugs across borders in this comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures. Review

Drinking Buddies (R)

Beer brings together two co-workers and threatens to tear apart their respective relationships in this indie film. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures. Review

The Counselor (R)

Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz star in this suspense film about how illegal business deals get out of control. Photo: Fox Films Review

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (R)

An 86-year-old Irving Zisman (Johnny Knoxville) spends quality time with his grandson, Billy, in this mockumentary about a not- so-ordinary grandpa. Photo: Paramount Pictures Review

Escape From Tomorrow (U)

An attempt for a family to find solace from everyday life at Disneyland turns into quite the haunting ever after. Photo: FilmBuff

Mother of George (R)

Two Nigerian immigrants settle in Brooklyn to begin their new lives as a married couple and they hope as parents. Photo: Oscilloscope Pictures

Ender's Game (PG13)

The military recruits a boy prodigy to go to Command School to save the human race from an alien attack. Based on the best-selling novel. Photo courtesy of Lionsgate Films. Review

Free Birds (PG)

Owen Wilson and Woody Harrelson voice two turkeys from different sides of the track who hatch a plan to travel back in time to change the Thanksgiving staple bird. Review

Free Birds 3D (PG)

Owen Wilson and Woody Harrelson voice two turkeys from different sides of the track who hatch a plan to travel back in time to change the Thanksgiving staple bird. Review

Last Vegas (PG13)

Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro and Kevin Kline go to Las Vegas for their last single friend’s bachelor party. Photo courtesy of CBS Films. Review

Wadjda (PG)

Set in Saudi Arabia, where men declare that bikes present dangers for women’s virtue, this film features a young girl who goes against social norms and buys one for herself anyway. Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures.

Thor: The Dark World (PG13)

Thor is back not just to save the world but the entire universe from an ancient alien population. See Chris Hemsworth and his muscles wield his mighty hammer in this superhero sequel. Review

Thor: The Dark World 3D (PG13)

Thor is back to save not just the world but the entire universe from an ancient alien population. See Chris Hemsworth and his muscles wield his mighty hammer in this superhero sequel. Review

Thor: The Dark World 3D D-Box (PG13)

Thor is back to save not just the world but the entire universe from an ancient alien population. See Chris Hemsworth and his muscles wield his mighty hammer in this superhero sequel.

About Time (R)

Rachel McAdams stars in yet another time travel film, but hopefully this one ends better for her. Review

Twelve Years a Slave (R)

This Oscar-contender tells the story of an 1800s New York citizen (Chiwetel Ejiofor) who is kidnapped and forced to work on a plantation in New Orleans. Brad Pitt, Michael Fassbender and Sarah Paulson also star. Review

All Is Lost (PG13)

After a collision on his boat, the experienced sailor, Robert Redford, faces the high seas in this survival thriller.

Cutie and The Boxer (R)

This documentary depicts the 40-year marriage of the 80-year-old “boxing” artist Ushio Shinohara and his assistant Noriko. The film follows the pair as they prep for Ushio’s upcoming art show.

The Best Man Holiday (R)

Morris Chesnut, Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Terrence Howard and others reprise their roles as friends that reunite over the Christmas holiday in this sequel to the 1999 romantic comedy The Best Man. Review

Inequality For All (PG)

Extremes of income inequality in America is the focus of this documentary about the widening of the salary gap in relation to the economy. Photo courtesy of Radius-TWC.

Delivery Man (PG13)

Cheaper by the Dozen has nothing on David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn), who discovers he fathered 533 children through sperm donations in this comedy. Review

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (PG13)

Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) are thrown back into the Hunger Games as they deal with the wrath of the Capitol. In this sequel, they must prepare for The Quarter Quell and see if the odds are ever in their favor. Review

Dallas Buyers Club (R)

When diagnosed with HIV in 1985 and only given 30 days to live, Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) finds a way to treat himself through legal and illegal methods. Review

Philomena (R)

Judi Dench plays a mother who has a son out of wedlock and decides to put him up for adoption. Years later she is inspired to reunite. Photo: The Weinstein Company Review

Black Nativity (PG)

Langston Hughes’ musical about faith and family comes to the big screen with Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker and Angela Bassett. Photo: Fox Searchlight Review

Frozen (PG)

Kristen Bell voices Anna, a girl whose kingdom is stuck in the winter season due to a spell. Anna teams up with a mountain man to find her sister, the Snow Queen, to put an end to the icy conditions. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Review

Frozen 3D (PG)

Kristen Bell voices Anna, a girl whose kingdom is stuck in the winter season due to a spell. Anna teams up with a mountain man to find her sister, the Snow Queen, to put an end to the icy conditions. Photo: Walt Disney Pictures Review

Homefront (R)

Seth Adair plays a retired DEA agent and widower who moves to a small town with his young daughter for a fresh start. He soon finds that he made the wrong choice. Photo: Open Road Films Review

The Book Thief (PG13)

A young girl is sent to live with a foster family in WorldWar II Germany. She begins collecting books, and discovers an inspirational, magical world. Based on the international best-seller by Markus Zusak. Photo: 20th Century Fox

Out of the Furnace (R)

After his brother returns home from fighting in Iraq and soon mysteriously disappears, Russell Baze (Christian Bale) risks his life to find him. Review

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 3D (PG13)

Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) is back for a new adventure, this time to save the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (PG13)

Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) is back for a new adventure, this time to save the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor.

Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas (PG13)

Madea stars in yet another movie in which she pays her daughter a surprise visit for the holiday. Chaos ensues.

Blue Is The Warmest Color (NC17)

Teen girl Adèle navigates first love with a blue-haired art student named Emma. The film won the Palme d’Or award at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

Nebraska (R)

A father (Bruce Dern) and son (Will Forte) embark on a journey after the father believes he's won a million dollars in a sweepstakes. It's the latest from director Alexander Payne (Sideways).

The Wolf of Wall Street (R)

Leonardo DiCaprio reprises a recent rich-guy role by playing the notorious Jordan Belfort, who rose and fell during an era of Wall Street excess. Martin Scorsese directs.

Grudge Match (PG13)

Against their better judgment, aging boxers are convinced to fight one last bout. Starring Robert DeNiro and Sylvester Stallone.

47 Ronin (PG13)

A fictional retelling of the Japanese story of a band of samurai who set out to avenge the murder of their leader. Keanu Reeves stars.

47 Ronin 3D (PG13)

47 Ronin, in 3D

Anchorman 2 (PG13)

Will Ferrell reprises his role as Ron Burgundy in the sequel to the 2004 film.

Walking with Dinosaurs (PG)

In this kid's film, an underdog dinosaur faces adversity. You can probably guess the rest.

Walking with Dinosaurs 3D (G)

The 3D version of Walking with Dinosaurs

American Hustle (R)

A con man and his partner are forced into the world of the Mafia as reluctant FBI informants. With Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale and Bradley Cooper.

Kill Your Darlings (R)

Daniel Radcliffe plays the Beat poet Allen Ginsberg in this biopic, which centers on a tumultuous year in Ginsberg's life.

Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (PG13)

Idris Alba plays Nelson Mandela in this biopic, based on Mandela's 1995 book of the same title.

Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (R)

This spinoff of the Paranormal Activity movie franchise focuses on a young man in California who is marked for possession by a demon.

At Berkeley (U)

This extensive documentary depicts life at the University of California's flagship campus as it faces deep budget cuts.

Lone Survivor (R)

Based on a book written by a former SEAL about a 2005 mission, Lone Survivor is gaining accolades for its disturbing and realistic look at combat in the age of terrorism. With Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch, Mark Wahlberg and Ben Foster.

The Legend of Hercules (PG13)

An action movie very loosely based on the tale of Greek hero Hercules. Expect slow-mo gore.

The Legend of Hercules 3D (PG13)

An action movie very loosely based on the tale of Greek hero Hercules. Expect slow-mo gore.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (PG)

Based on the James Thurber short story, The Secret Life of Walter Mittycenter's around one man's efforts to daydream himself out of his mundane life. With Ben Stiller and Kristen Wiig.

Her (R)

In a slightly futuristic version of Los Angeles, a man becomes intrigued by a computer system with a personality. After meeting "Samantha" within the system, he falls deeply in love.

Saving Mr. Banks (PG13)

The tragicomic story of Walt Disney's efforts to acquire the rights to Mary Poppins. With Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson.

Inside Llewyn Davis (R)

The Coen brothers return with this look at a folk musician struggling to make it in Greenwich Village.

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (PG13)

Jack Ryan, as a young CIA analyst, uncovers a plot to crash the U.S. economy. Based on the Tom Clancy character.

Ride Along (PG13)

A rookie cop goes for a ride along to prove himself to a boss (and potential brother-in-law). Chaos, and bad jokes, ensue. With Kevin Hart and Ice Cube.

Devil's Due (R)

After strange happenings on their honeymoon, a couple finds they're pregnant. And things aren't going well.

August: Osage County (R)

A dysfunctional family comes back together to deal with a crisis.

The Nut Job (PG)

Surly the squirrel has found the ultimate rodent paradise in Maury's nut store in this animated film.

The Nut Job 3D (PG)

Surly the squirrel has found the ultimate rodent paradise in Maury's Nut Store in this animated movie.

The Saratov Approach (PG13)

Missionaries (played by Corbin Allred and Maclain Nelson) are held captive for a week in Russia.

I, Frankenstein (PG13)

Adam Frankenstein (Aaron Eckhart) gets caught between gargoyles and demons trying to uncover the secret to his immortality. Review

I, Frankenstein 3D (PG13)

Adam Frankenstein (Aaron Eckhart) gets caught between gargoyles and demons trying to uncover the secret to his immortality.

The Invisible Woman (R)

Nelly (Felicity Jones) looks back on her life to the time when she was the secret mistress of Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes). Review

Labor Day (PG13)

A single mom (Kate Winslet) and her teenage son take a mysterious stranger into their home. He is later revealed to be a fugitive. Review

That Awkward Moment (R)

Zac Efron stars in this bromantic comedy about relationship statuses. Review

God Loves Uganda (U)

A documentary by Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams about the American evangelical movement in Africa.

Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? (U)

Michel Gondry, director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, animates his interviews with philosopher and activist Noam Chomsky.

The Lego Movie (PG)

The Lego figures from your childhood come to life in this animated flick. Characters are voiced by Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell and Morgan Freeman. Review

The Lego Movie 3D (PG)

The Lego figures from your childhood come to life in this animated flick. Characters are voiced by Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell and Morgan Freeman.

The Monuments Men (PG13)

A WWII platoon is sent to Germany to protect priceless art from Nazi thieves. Directed by and starring George Clooney. With Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Cate Blanchett. Review

Vampire Academy (PG13)

Teenage vampires go to boarding school in this adaptation of the young-adult book series. Review

The Great Beauty (U)

This foreign-language Oscar nominee follows an aging journalist as he rediscovers Rome. Review

RoboCop (PG13)

This 1987 action movie remake about a cop turned robot stars Joel Kinnaman as the titular hybrid. The film also features Samuel L. Jackson and Gary Oldman. Review

About Last Night (R)

A pair of guy friends try to navigate relationships that started out as one-night-stands. Kevin Hart takes his usual funny man role as a foil to Michael Ealy's typical romantic lead. Review

Endless Love (PG13)

A star-crossed teen love story just in time for Valentine's Day. Alex Pettyfer plays a bad boy in this '80s remake. Review

Winter's Tale (PG13)

A burglar (Colin Farrell) discovers he can reincarnate people and spends a lifetime trying to bring back his true love. Review

3 Days to Kill (PG13)

A government hit man (Kevin Costner) tries to reconnect with his estranged wife and daughter, but first he must complete his final mission. Review

Pompeii 3D (PG13)

As Mt. Vesuvius erupts, a slave-turned-gladiator (Kit Harington) fights to save the woman he loves from marrying a corrupt senator.

Pompeii (PG13)

As Mt. Vesuvius erupts, a slave-turned-gladiator (Kit Harington) fights to save the woman he loves from marrying a corrupt senator.

Non-Stop (PG13)

During a flight to London, U.S. Air Marshal Bill Marks (Liam Neeson) is forced to arrange a money transfer to protect his passengers. Julianne Moore co-stars.

Son of God (PG13)

From birth to resurrection, the life of Jesus Christ (Diogo Morgado) is recreated in this powerful drama.

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (R)

The new super-sized, R-rated version of the comedy sequel.

300: Rise of an Empire 3D (R)

This sequel to the 2007 mega hit follows a new Greek general on a mission to fight the Persians.

300: Rise of an Empire (R)

This sequel to the 2007 mega hit follows a new Greek general on a mission to fight the Persians.

Mr. Peabody and Sherman (PG)

A genius dog and his boy owner run into complications with their time machine. Who'd have guessed that? Review

Mr. Peabody and Sherman 3D (PG)

A genius dog and his boy owner run into complications with their time machine. Who'd have guessed that? Review

The Broken Circle Breakdown (U)

Elise and Didier manage to fall in love despite their contrasting personalities. But when forced to make a difficult decision regarding the health of their daughter, will their love survive? Review

The Past (PG13)

Ahmad must travel to Paris to officially divorce his wife Marie, but the connections between her past and present relationships are what become more apparent. Review

Stranger by the Lake (U)

Stranger By the Lake is a French thriller set at a popular gay cruising spot in rural France where two men fall in love. When a body is discovered at the bottom of a lake, the two become primary subjects in a murder investigation. .

The Wind Rises (PG13)

In this animated flick, Jiro dreams of flying and designing beautiful airplanes. Nearsighted from a young age and unable to be a pilot, Jiro joins a major Japanese engineering company in 1927 and becomes one of the world's most innovative and accomplished airplane designers.

The Punk Singer (U)

Lead singer of the punk band Bikini Kill and dance-punk trio Le Tigre, Hanna rose to national attention as the reluctant but never shy voice of the Riot Grrrl movement of the '90s. She became one of the most famously outspoken feminist icons for a new generation of women and a cultural lightning rod.

Need for Speed (PG13)

This tale of revenge and redemption is set against a cross-country car race. Starring Aaron Paul in his first role since Breaking Bad. Review

Need for Speed 3D (PG13)

This tale of revenge and redemption is set against a cross-country car race. Starring Aaron Paul in his first role since Breaking Bad. Review

The Single Moms Club (PG13)

This Tyler Perry production follows five moms who band together for support.

Divergent (PG13)

A girl refuses to be categorized by society, even though it puts her life in danger. Shailene Woodley stars in this adaptation of the popular book series. Review

Muppets Most Wanted (PG)

The Muppets run into trouble involving a dead-ringer for Kermit. Miss Piggy and company star, with Ricky Gervais and Tina Fey in supporting roles. Review

Gloria (PG13)

A fifty-something woman finds love again in this charmer from Chile. Review

Noah (PG13)

Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly and Emma Watson star in Darren Aronofsky's adaptation of the Biblical epic tale. Knowing that this is the same guy who made Black Swan, this should be interesting. Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel (R)

The Grand Budapest Hotel recounts the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend.

Sabotage (R)

Arnold Schwarzenegger leads a team of DEA agents on a bust that comes back to haunt them. Review

God's Not Dead (PG)

A devout Christian finds his faith challenged by his philosophy professor during his freshman year of college.

Gen Silent (U)

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender older people who fought the first battles for equality now face so much fear of discrimination, bullying and abuse that many are hiding their lives to survive.

Captian America: The Winter Soldier 3D (PG13)

The Marvel hero is back in this sequel to the 2011 flick. The Captain struggles with living in modern times and an enemy from the past. Review

Captian America: The Winter Soldier (PG13)

The Marvel hero is back in this sequel to the 2011 flick. The Captain struggles with living in modern times and an enemy from the past. Review

Bad Words (R)

Jason Bateman makes his directorial debut with this dark comedy. He stars as a jerk who sabotages a national spelling bee and incurs the wrath of officials, parents and kids. Only one child is brave enough to form an alliance with him.

Veronica Mars (PG13)

On the eve of graduating law school, Veronica Mars has put Neptune and her amateur sleuthing days behind her. While interviewing at high-end New York law firms, Veronica Mars gets a call from her ex-boyfriend Logan who has been accused of murder. Review

Heaven Is for Real (PG)

A couple and their son are challenged after the boy claims to have seen heaven after a near-death experience.

Draft Day (PG13)

Kevin Costner plays a football manager who trades for the number one pick and has a chance to reignite Cleveland's team. Co-starring Jennifer Garner and Denis Leary.

Oculus (R)

A woman tries to clear her brother of their parent's murder, which they believe has something to do with a old mirror that was in their childhood home.

Rio 2 (G)

The birds are back in this sequel to the 2011 animated movie. Parrots Blu and Jewel must relocate to the Amazon rainforest after living in the city.

Rio 2 3D (G)

The birds are back in this sequel to the 2011 animated movie. Parrots Blu and Jewel must relocate to the Amazon rainforest after living in the city.

The Raid 2 (R)

A rookie cop's violent past comes back to haunt him after fighting his way out of a scramble that left police and gangsters alike dead.

Le Week-End (R)

Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan play a long-married couple who revisit Paris for a long weekend for the first time since their honeymoon, in hopes of rekindling their relationship-or, perhaps, to bring it to an end. Review

The Girls in the Band (U)

The Girls in the Band tells the poignant, untold stories of female jazz and big band instrumentalists and their fascinating, groundbreaking journeys from the late 30′s to the present day.

Transcendence (PG13)

Johnny Depp stars as a scientist who figures out how to put his mind in a computer and goes just a little power-crazy.

A Haunted House 2 (R)

Marlon Wayans is back with another horror movie spoof in the manner of Scary Movie .

Bears (G)

Disney’s annual Earth Day documentary follows an Alaskan bear family for a year. Get ready for some super cuddly cubs and harsh lessons about life in the wild.

Tim's Vermeer (PG13)

Tim Jenison, a Texas based inventor, attempts to solve one of the greatest mysteries in all art: How did 17th century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer manage to paint so photo-realistically?

Under the Skin (R)

An alien in human form is on a journey through Scotland.

Choking Man (Free) (U)

(Musical performance before film) A man finds himself caught between several worlds -- rough real life and a number of parallel fantasy lands -- in this blend of drama and fantasy.

Elena (PG)

Winner of Cannes' Un Certain Regard Special Jury Prize, Elena is a gripping, modern twist on the classic noir thriller. Sixty-ish spouses Vladimir and Elena uneasily share his palatial Moscow apartment-he's a still-virile, wealthy businessman; she's his dowdy former nurse who has clearly "married up."

Brick Mansions (PG13)

Paul Walker's last film appearance is in this action movie about an undercover cop and an ex-con who are on a mission to save Detroit. Review

The Other Woman (PG13)

Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton team up to take down their shared lover. Review

The Quiet Ones (PG13)

A university research team performs experiments on a girl and gets much more than they bargained for.

No Place On Earth (Free) (PG13)

In October 1942, Esther Stermer, the matriarch of a Jewish family in the Ukraine, leads her family underground to hide from the pursuing Nazis - and stays nearly a year and a half. Their harrowing story of survival living in near total darkness in two cold, damp caves is one like no other ever told.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (PG13)

Andrew Garfield returns as the arachnid-like superhero, with real life girlfriend Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy. Jamie Foxx plays Spidey's latest nemesis. Review

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 3D (PG13)

Andrew Garfield returns as the arachnid-like superhero, with real life girlfriend Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy. Jamie Foxx plays Spidey's latest nemesis. Review

We Always Lie to Strangers (U)

Five years in the making, We Always Lie To Strangers is a story of family, community, music and tradition set against the backdrop of Branson, Missouri, one of the biggest tourist destinations in America.

Nymphomaniac: Volume I (PG13)

A self-diagnosed nymphomaniac recounts her erotic experiences to the man who saved her after a beating. Review

The Lunchbox (PG)

A mistaken delivery in Mumbai's famously efficient lunchbox delivery system connects a young housewife to an older man in the dusk of his life as they build a fantasy world together through notes in the lunchbox.

Particle Fever (U)

Particle Fever follows six brilliant scientists during the launch of the Large Hadron Collider, marking the start-up of the biggest and most expensive experiment in the history of Earth.

Nymphomaniac: Volume II (PG13)

The continuation of Joe's sexually dictated life delves into the darker aspects of her adulthood, obsessions and what led to her being in Seligman's care.

Legends of Oz: Dorothy Returns (PG)

This animated flick follows Dorothy's mission back to Oz to save her friends Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion and Glinda.

Legends of Oz: Dorothy Returns 3D (PG)

This animated flick follows Dorothy's mission back to Oz to save her friends Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion and Glinda.

Mom's Night Out (PG)

Three moms decide they need to kick up their heels, but that means they must leave their children with their husbands for the night. Oh, the horror.

Neighbors (R)

Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne are must contend with their fraternity brother neighbors led by Zac Efron. Review