“The Choice” Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer play the young lovers who decide to take the plunge and marry in this adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel. 111 minutes (PG-13)

“Crazy About Tiffany’s” A past to present fully authorized documentary of Tiffany & Co. 86 minutes (documentary)

“Deadpool” Ryan Reynolds stars as the murderous anti-hero in a rare foray into R-rated territory by Marvel Comics characters. 108 minutes (R)

“Dirty Grandpa” Ambitious Zac Efron jeopardizes his upcoming marriage when he takes troublemaking grandfather Robert De Niro to spring break. With Aubrey Plaza. 102 minutes (R)

“Eddie the Eagle” A British ski-jumper (Taron Egerton) and his coach (Hugh Jackman) sets out to win big at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics. 105 minutes (PG-13)

“The Finest Hours” Chris Pine, Casey Affleck and Eric Bana star in this fact-based survival drama about the crew of an oil tanker that sank during a massive storm in 1952. 117 minutes (PG-13)

“45 Years” British veterans Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay conduct a master class in understated acting that explores what happens to a long-term marriage when a disturbance in the field shifts the ground under everyone’s feet. 95 minutes (NR)

“Gods of Egypt” A man (Brenton Thwaites) enlists the help of a god (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) to take down the tyrant (Gerard Butler) who has led Egypt into chaos in this fantasy adventure directed by Alex Proyas (“Dark City,” “The Crow”). 127 minutes (PG-13)

“Hail, Caesar!” A droll Coen brothers tribute to and spoof of Hollywood past that amuses from beginning to end with its site specific re-creation of the studio system and the movies that made it famous. 100 minutes (PG-13)

“How to be Single” Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Leslie Mann and Jake Lacy are among the New York City lonelyhearts who have grown tired of one-night stands and want to find a significant other. 110 minutes (R)

“Kung Fu Panda 3” Jack Black, Angelina Jolie and Dustin Hoffman provide the voices for the adventures of the furry martial-arts master. 95 minutes (PG)

“The Lady in the Van” Maggie Smith stars in this sharp British comedy — written by Alan Bennett, based on his play and directed by Nicholas Hytner. A delicately written, boisterously performed movie about the difficult people who dare us to care about them. 103 minutes (PG-13)

“Norm of the North” When a real estate development invades his Arctic home, Norm and his three lemming friends head to New York City, where Norm becomes the mascot of the corporation in an attempt to bring it down from the inside and protect his homeland. 90 minutes (PG)

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” Lily James and Sam Reilly star as the protagonists of Jane Austen’s novel about love and class differences in 19th century England. The difference this time is the undead are roaming about, trying to eat the living. 108 minutes (PG-13)

“Race” Stephan James stars as the legendary track and field star Jesse Owens as he competes in the 1936 World Olympics in Hitler-era Berlin. (PG-13)

“The Revenant” Oscar-winning director Alejandro Innaritu is up to his old pretentious tricks, but his wilderness survival tale is saved by a performance by Leonardo DiCaprio and cinematography by Emmanuel Lubetzki. 156 minutes (R)

“Risen” Joseph Fiennes and Tom Felton are two Roman soldiers assigned to disprove the rumors of Jesus Christ’s risen Messiah in this retelling of the Biblical resurrection. 107 minutes (PG-13)

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” J.J. Abrams takes over for George Lucas in the continuing adventures of Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo and a host of new characters. 135 minutes (PG-13)

“Tumbledown” A romantic-dramedy about a young woman determined to protect the legacy of her late folk singer husband, it sees its good intentions undermined by cloying sitcom conventions. 105 minutes (R)

“Where to Invade Next” Director Michael Moore takes a trip around the world to drop in on other countries and see what the U.S. can learn from them. 119 minutes (R)

“The Witch” A family in 1630s New England is torn apart by the forces of witchcraft, black magic and possession. 92 minutes (R)

“Zoolander No. 2” Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprise their roles as the male supermodels, now relegated to the old-news bin 10 years after the events of the first film. 102 minutes (PG-13)

— Compiled from wire reports