“Citizen Koch” A documentary that follows the money behind the rise of the Tea Party. 90 minutes

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” In this sequel to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his band of genetically gifted apes is threatened by human survivors of a virus. Could this mean war? What do you think? 130 mintues (PG-13)

“Deliver Us From Evil” A New York City police officer (Eric Bana) teams up with a priest (Edgar Ramirez) who specializes in exorcisms to investigate a series of supernatural crimes. “The Exorcist” meets the buddy-cop movie. 118 minutes (R)

“Earth to Echo” A group of kids help a cute little alien left behind on Earth. You know, kinda like “E.T.” OK, just like “E.T.” 91 mintues (PG)

* “The Fault in Our Stars” Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort are two witty, unconventional teenagers who fall in love at a cancer survivors’ support group in this adaptation of John Green’s novel. There will be tears. 125 minutes (PG-13)

“How to Train Your Dragon” The second chapter in a proposed animated trilogy catches up with Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) and his dragon Toothless five years after the events of the first film. 102 minutes (PG)

* “Jersey Boys” Four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey come together to form the ’60s rock group the Four Seasons in this adaptation of the Tony-winning musical. With John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, Michael Lomenda and Vincent Piazza. Written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice. Directed by Clint Eastwood. 134 minutes (R)

* “Maleficent” Angelina Jolie radiates elegant evil in this Disney tale about the villainous fairy from “Sleeping Beauty” and the young princess (Elle Fanning) she curses. 97 minutes (PG)

“Me and You” An introverted teenager tells his parents he is going on a ski trip, but instead spends his time alone in a basement. 103 minutes

“Planes: Fire & Rescue” In the sequel to the “Cars” knockoff, Dusty (voiced by Dane Cook) sets aside the racing career and enters the arena of aerial firefighting. 83 minutes (PG)

“The Purge: Anarchy” In this sequel to last year’s surprise hit, a young couple tries to survive the annual night of government-sanctioned crime and terror when their car breaks down before they can reach the safety of their home. 103 minutes (R)

“Sex Tape” As a lark, a married couple (Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz) film a raunchy, three-hour sex tape to spice up their love life. Then the tape goes missing, and the Internet beckons. 94 minutes (R)

“Tammy” After losing her job and learning her husband is cheating on her, a woman (Melissa McCarthy) hits the road with her alcoholic grandmother (Susan Sarandon) in search of some payback. 96 minutes (R)

“Third Person” The latest interlocking puzzle from Paul Haggis is about love, but it’s not a soft and fuzzy sort of love. Haggis uses a double-edged sword — and a relatively blunt one at that — to hack away at it. There are three theaters of operation — the entanglement between Liam Neeson’s and Olivia Wilde’s characters unfolding in Paris, Adrien Brody and Moran Atias’ mismatched pair sparring in Rome and Mila Kunis and James Franco battling it out in New York City. The actors bring their A-games, but ultimately the film’s pieces remain scattered, its puzzle unfinished, its stories half-told. 136 minutes (R)

“Transformers: Age of Extinction” Mark Wahlberg takes over leading-man duties from Shia LaBeouf in the fourth installment in director Michael Bay’s money-minting franching. 165 minutes (PG-13)

“22 Jump Street” Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, and co-directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller return for more comic misadventures with the pair of undercover cops, this time assigned to pass themselves off as college students. 112 minutes (R)

“Words and Pictures” An art instructor and an English teacher form a rivalry that ends up with a competition at their school in which students decide whether words or pictures are more important. 111 minutes (PG-13)

— Compiled from wire reports

* Ends Thursday according to available listings.

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