Opening April 12
42: (PG-13) the story of how Jackie Robinson, with the help of Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey, broke the color barrier in baseball.
Scary Movie V: (NR) Another spoof of horror films and horrible pop culture
21 and Over: (R) A studious college student’s upcoming birthday sets up a night of debauchery and mayhem.
Admission: (PG-13) Paul Rudd and Tina Fey star in this romantic comedy about an admissions counselor and a high school principal.
The Call: (R) Halle Berry is a 911 call center operator determined to track down a young woman who calls her, claiming she is kidnapped.
Django Unchained: (R) Jamie Foxx is a vengeful slave in this bloodbath directed by Quentin Tarantino.
Dead Man Down: (R) Colin Farrell and Noomi Rapace team up to exact revenge on the people who wronged them.
Escape from Planet Earth: (PG) A planet’s hero instead finds himself quite down to earth when he’s lured here.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation: (PG-13) A manly man’s who’s who of male actors star in this manly man’s sequel based on a child’s doll, er, action figure.
A Good Day to Die Hard: (R) Bruce Willis is back as wisecracking NYC cop John McClane.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: (PG-13) Bilbo Baggins leaves his world for an adventure with dwarves.
Identity Thief (R) An account representative travels halfway across the country to confront the con artist who has stolen his identity and is emptying his bank account.
The Impossible: (PG-13) Based on the true story of a family separated after a tsunami.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone: (PG-13) Steve Carell and Jim Carrey star as competing magicians in Las Vegas.
Jack the Giant Slayer: (PG-13) A reimagining of the classic children’s tale, in 3D.
Jack Reacher: (PG-13) Tom Cruise seeks revenge on some bad guys.
Life of Pi: (PG) A zookeeper’s son survives a shipwreck with animals he was caring for.
Lincoln: (PG-13) A biographical look, from director Steven Spielberg, at the 16th president’s navigation of the Civil War.
Oz the Great and Powerful: (PG-13) James Franco stars in this retelling of Frank Baum’s “Wizard of Oz,” focusing on the journey of the man behind the curtain. From “Spider-Man” director Sam Raimi.
Olympus Has Fallen: (R) President and other federal officials are taken hostage; Gerard Butler sets out to save them.
Parental Guidance: (PG-13) Billy Crystal and Bette Midler mind the grandchildren.
Quartet: (PG-13) A retirement home for performers is the backdrop for some diva drama.
Rise of the Guardians: (PG) Holiday icons team up to protect the innocence of children.
Safe Haven: (PG-13) A woman on the run finds love in a sleepy North Carolina beach town.
Snitch: (PG-13) A man risks his life to save his teenage son, facing a stiff prison sentence.
Side Effects (R) A New York couple find their world unraveling when a new drug prescribed to treat anxiety has unexpected side effects.
Silver Linings Playbook: (R) A bipolar and newly divorced man meets a depressed widow who seeks a dance partner.
Spring Breakers: (R) Young women dabble in debauchery on spring break.
Tyler Perry’s Temptation: (PG-13) Vanessa Williams and Brandy Norwood star in this love triangle thriller.
Wreck-It-Ralph: (PG) A bored video game character goes rogue in gameland in this feature from Disney and Pixar.
Zero Dark Thirty: (R) A look behind the efforts to capture Osama bin Laden.
From Staff and Wire Reports