106 Minutes (PG-13)

Taylor Lautner attempts to prove he’s capable of more than playing backup to his “Twilight” co-stars with this thriller about a young man who discovers his entire life is a lie — just as a squad of trained killers comes calling. Lily Collins, Alfred Molina and Sigourney Weaver co-star for director James Singleton.


104 Minutes (R)

Two retired Mossad agents receive shocking news about a mission they were presumed to have accomplished decades before, and they might need to finish the job. With Helen Mirren, Sam Worthington, Jessica Chas-tain and Marton Csokas.


113 Minutes (PG)

Morgan Freeman, Ashley Judd and Harry Connick Jr. are among the stars of this family-friendly tale about a boy who befriends a dolphin that lost its tail in a crab trap.


92 Minutes (PG-13)

Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz star as a couple who discover their beautiful new home was the site of a horrific murder. Naomi Watts co-stars as the meddling neighbor who knows what really went down.


99 Minutes (R)

Joseph Gordon-Levitt delivers an immensely moving performance as a young man diagnosed with terminal cancer who relies on the help of his best friend (Seth Rogen) to beat the titular odds of survival.


101 Minutes (R)

“The Ides of March” takes place during the frantic last days before a heavily contested Ohio presidential primary, when an up-and-coming campaign press secretary finds himself involved in a political scandal that threatens to upend his candidate’s shot at the presidency. Starring Ryan Gosling, George Clooney, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Paul Giamatti, Evan Rachel Wood, Marisa Tomei and Jeffrey Wright. Directed by Clooney. Written by Clooney and Grant Heslov.


87 Minutes (G)

A 3-D version of the classic animated film about a young lion cub who must overcome his devious uncle to lead their kingdom. With the voices of Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Whoopi Goldberg and James Earl Jones.


105 Minutes (R)

A not-quite-successful attempt at a shoot-’em-up that is brainier than most. Jason Statham, Clive Owen and Robert De Niro co-star in this fact-based story about a renegade hitman who must rub out three former British secret agents in order to save the life of his mentor.”MONEYBALL”

133 Minutes (PG13)

This adaptation of Michael Lewis’ book, about an epiphany by Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane (Brad Pitt), who figures out how to stay competitive in the major leagues under a tight budget, is like “The Social Network” of baseball. Directed by Bennett Miller (“Capote”) and written by Steven Zaillian (“Schindler’s List”) and Aaron Sorkin (“The Social Network”), the film is a triumph on every level: It’s the movie of the year.


127 Minutes (PG-13)

“Real Steel” is an action drama about a former boxer (Hugh Jackman) who, against all odds, gets one last shot at a comeback when he teams up with his estranged son to build and train the perfect contender for the new high-tech sport of robot boxing. Starring Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo, Evangeline Lilly, Anthony Mackie and Kevin Durand. Directed by Shawn Levy. Written by John Gatins and Dan Gilroy.


106 Minutes (R)

Anna Faris is a perpetually single woman revisiting her past 20 relationships, wondering if she let her true love slip away among them. Chris Evans is the next-door neighbor who helps her sort out her romantic woes.

— Compiled from wire reports

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