Opening Jan. 18
The Last Stand: (R) Action film brings Arnold Schwarzenegger back on the screen
Silver Linings Playbook: (R) Bradley Cooper, bipolar and newly divorced, meets Jennifer Lawrence, a depressed widow who seeks a dance partner.
Also opening today
Search for Sugar Man: (PG-13) The mystery of a beloved guitarist uncovered with some surprises in this documentary playing at the Nickelodeon.
A Late Quartet: (R) A cellists life-changing diagnosis upends a longtime quartet. Playing at the Nickelodeon
Alex Cross: (PG-13) Tyler Perry stars as the detective/psychotherapist caught between the crosshairs of a serial killer.
Argo: (R): Fact-based story about an attempt to rescue six Americans during the Iran hostage crisis in 1979
The Bourne Legacy: (PG-13) An expansion of the universe from Robert Ludlums novels
Brave: (PG) A Scottish princess must reject traditions and follow her heart to save her family from a curse.
Cloud Atlas: (R) Tom Hanks and Halle Berry are characters in a swirling universe of the past and present in this drama
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days: (PG) Another chapter of the childrens book
Django Unchained: (R) Jamie Foxx is a vengeful slave in this blood bath directed by Quentin Tarantino.
End of Watch: (R) Police officers bust open a drug cartel and face their own dangers.
Flight: (R) A pilots efforts to avert tragedy are overshadowed by his troubles.
Frankenweenie: (PG) Young Victor brings his beloved dog Sparky back to life.
The Guilt Trip: (PG-13) Inventor Seth Rogan lets his mom (Barbra Streisand) tag along on a cross-country trip.
Hitchcock: (R) Anthony Hopkins plays the famed horror director.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: (PG-13) Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) leaves his world for an adventure with dwarves.
Hotel Transylvania: (PG) Monsters need a break, too, and all head to this hidden hotel.
Ice Age: Continental Drift: (PG) Ray Romano and Denis Leary return as voices of the prehistoric animal yucksters.
Killing Them Softly: (R) A hit man (Brad Pitt) sets out to kill thieves who robbed the mob.
Les Miserables: (PG-13) Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway star in the movie version of the beloved musical.
Life of Pi: (PG) A zookeepers son survives a shipwreck with animals he was caring for.
Lincoln: (PG-13) A biographical look at the 16th presidents navigation of the Civil War
The Odd Life of Timothy Green: (PG) A young married couple get a child who appears at their doorstep.
ParaNorman: (PG) A misunderstood boy takes on ghosts, zombies and grownups to save his town.
Parental Guidance: (PG-13) Billy Crystal and Bette Midler
Playing for Keeps: (PG-13) A washed-out soccer star tries to reconnect with his son.
Red Dawn: (PG-13) High schoolers form a militia when their town is invaded in this remake.
Rise of the Guardians: (PG) Holiday icons team up to protect the innocence of children.
Skyfall: (PG-13) Daniel Craig returns as James Bond.
Taken 2: (PG-13) Retired CIA operative and his wife are kidnapped in in this sequel.
This is 40: (R) Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann play a couple dealing with lifes grownup responsibilities
Texas Chainsaw 3D: (R) Another bloody remake of the 1974 horror movie.
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2: (PG-13) Bella and Edward fight to protect their daughter.
Wreck-It-Ralph: (PG) A bored video game character goes rogue in gamelandr.
From Staff and Wire Reports