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Think Like a Man Too
The cast of Think Like a Man (Won?) reunites for a Las Vegas wedding, though the bachelor and bachelorette parties appear to drive the plot, while Kevin Hart controls the volume.
The story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, based on the Broadway musical and directed by Clint Eastwood.
Guy Pearce tracks criminals through the Australian Outback, aided reluctantly by the wounded accomplice they abandoned (Robert Pattinson).
Venus in Fur (Limited)
As he prepares his next production, a theater director (Mathieu Amalric) is bewitched, bothered and bewildered by a persuasive actress (Emmanuelle Seigner) bidding for a role. Is it an audition ... or madness? Roman Polanski directs.
Transformers: Age of Extinction
Bug fixes in Version 4.0 include an upgrade from Shia LaBeouf to Mark Wahlberg.
The Internet's Own Boy (Limited)
The story of programming wunderkind, Reddit co-founder and information activist Aaron Swartz, who took his own life after a two-year legal battle surrounding his arrest for downloading academic articles.
They Came Together (Limited)
Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler co-star in a romantic comedy that either blatantly skewers all the tropes and clichés of awful modern romantic comedies or indulges in them forthrightly and is itself an awful modern romantic comedy.
At the outset of a second ice age, Earth's remaining survivors live aboard a high-speed train, which becomes a self-contained society segregated by class. Bong Joon-Ho directs; Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton and John Hurt star.
Laid off and cheated on, a desperate woman (Melissa McCarthy) robs a fast-food joint, then goes on the lam with her hard-drinking grandma (Susan Sarandon — why not?). McCarthy co-writes with husband Ben Falcone, who also directs.
Earth to Echo
Super 8 meets E.T. in this tale of a group of kids investigating mysterious happenings at a nearby construction site.
Deliver Us From Evil
Based on a true story — work with us here — a Bronx detective (Eric Bana) investigates a series of crimes whose persons of interest just happen to be demon-possessed.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Led by Caesar (Andy Serkis, the Olivier of motion capture), an army of highly evolved apes is pushed to the brink of war by the human survivors of a deadly virus (Gary Oldman, et al).
The Fluffy Movie
Plus-size stand-up comic Gabriel Iglesias headlines this tour documentary.
And So It Goes
Obnoxious real-estate agent Michael Douglas gets an assist from neighbor Diane Keaton when his granddaughter is suddenly left in his care. Rob Reiner directs. Your parents will probably love it.
A Long Way Down (Limited)
Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots co-star in this adaptation of a Nick Hornby novel about four suicidal people who form their own support group after converging on the same rooftop on New Year's Eve.
Writer-director Richard Linklater and his young star, Ellar Coltrane, spent 12 years filming this tale of a boy's life, from age 5 to the cusp of adulthood.
Road to Paloma (Limited)
Jason Momoa co-writes, directs and stars in this tale of a Native American biker pursued by the FBI for a crime of vengeance as he travels cross-country to spread his murdered mother's ashes.
Planes: Fire & Rescue
Disney's in-house Pixar knockoff did all right for itself, so naturally they've given it the franchise treatment by enlisting air racer Dusty Crophopper (voiced by Dane Cook) into the park service to fight forest fires.
Andy and Lana Wachowski return with another mind-bending F/Xtravaganza, a new tale of destiny and interplanetary chess in which Mila Kunis is The One, Channing Tatum is her lupine protector, and Eddie Redmayne does a trilogy's worth of overacting in the trailer alone.