What’s playing at Midlands theaters

April 25, 2014 

Paul Walker and David Belle star in 'Brick Mansions,' opening today.


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Also opening today

Brick Mansions: (R) Empty buildings in Detroit harbor criminals, which have to flushed out, in this film starring the late Paul Walker.

The Quiet Ones: (R) An experiment to create a poltergeist goes wrong in this horror film.

Opening May 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2: (PG-13) Spider-Man continues to discover connections between his enemies and OsCorp.

Walk of Shame: (R) A one-night stand has funny consequences for an ambitious TV reporter (Elizabeth Banks).

Now playing

3 Days to Kill: (PG-13) Aging operative (Kevin Costner) takes on one more mission.

12 Years a Slave: (R) The true story of a freed man’s kidnapping and slavery won the Oscar for Best Picture of the Year.

About Last Night: (R) Remake of the singles comedy stars Kevin Hart.

Bad Words: (R) Jason Bateman directs this dark comedy about a spelling bee.

Bears: (G) Disney Nature documentary looks at the life of two Alaskan bears and their cubs.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier: (PG-13) The throwback super soldier faces a new enemy in this adaptation of the Marvel comic.

Dallas Buyers Club: (R) Based on a true story of a man who finds an unconventional way of helping HIV-positive men and women

Divergent: (PG-13) Teenager who won’t fit in puts her life at risk in this sci-fi fantasy.

Draft Day: (PG-13) Fictional behind the scenes of a professional football organization’s draft day.

Frozen: (PG) The kingdom of Arendelle is trapped in an eternal winter under the icy spell of Elsa (voiced by Idina Menzel).

God’s Not Dead: (PG) A Christian student must “prove” the existence of God.

The Grand Budapest Hotel: (R) Ralph Fiennes stars in this comedy set in a pre-WWII hotel.

Gravity: (PG-13) Two astronauts face disaster when their station explodes. With George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.

A Haunted House 2: (R) Parody of horror films sequels

Heaven is for Real: (G) A boy who survives a tricky surgery tells his folks he’s seen heaven.

The LEGO movie: (PG) Animated comedy with your favorite LEGO characters.

Mr. Peabody and Sherman: (PG) Animated comedy about TV’s most intrepid time-traveling dog.

The Monuments Men: (PG-13) Military unit tries to retrieve stolen works of arts from the Nazis; based on a true story.

Muppets Most Wanted : (PG) The lovable puppets get entangled in a caper while on a world tour. With Tina Fey and Ricky Gervais.

Need for Speed: (PG-13) Aaron Paul stars in this action thriller.

Noah: (Unrated) Russell Crowe is the man who built the ark in the Bible story.

Oculus: (R) Siblings investigate the mysterious killing of their parents in this horror film.

Philomena: (PG-13) A journalist picks up the story of a woman’s search for her son, who was taken away from her decades ago after she became pregnant.

Sabotage: (R) An elite law enforcement unit turns on the wrong bad guy, who seeks revenge.

Son of God: (PG-13) Adapted from “The Bible” series, this looks at the life of Jesus.

Transcendence: (R) Johnny Depp stars as a scientist whose mind melds with the Internet.

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