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Below is a list of movies playing in Fort Smith. Show times and information are available at carmike.com and www.malco.com.

The Wolverine in 3D — Hugh Jackman returns as the X-Men hero, who is summoned by a friend to Japan and confronted with a conflict that forces him to face his own personal demons. Co-stars Famke Janssen, Will Yun Lee, Rila Fukushima, James Fraser and Hiroyuki Sanada. (PG-13)

The To Do List — It’s 1993, and Brandy is about to embark on college, but she feels she first must experience all the activities she missed while in high school. Stars Aubrey Plaza, Johnny Simmons, Scott Porter and Bill Hader. (R)

The Conjuring — Based on a true story, this movie follows Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators, are called to investigate an aggressive presence at a remote farm. Stars Ron Livingston and Vera Farmiga. (R)

The Croods — The first prehistoric family takes a colorful road trip in this animated film. (PG)

Despicable Me 2 — Gru and the minions are back for another animated, fast-paced adventure. Features the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Benjamin Bratt, Russell Brand and Steve Coogan. (PG)

Epic — The creators of “Ice Age” present this animated tale about a young girl who magically finds herself in a land where good must battle evil. Features the voices of Amanda Seyfried, Colin Farrell and Beyonce Knowles. (PG)

The Great Gatsby — A war veteran is drawn into the world of a wealthy neighbor. (PG-13)

Grown Ups 2 — After moving his family back to his hometown, Lenny (Adam Sandler) realizes sometimes crazy things follow you. Also stars Kevin James and Chris Rock. (PG-13)

The Heat — Sarah Ashburn is a by-the-book FBI agent who encounters added job stress when she’s paired with a foul-mouthed, hot-tempered police officer. Stars Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, Bill Burr and Tony Hale. (R)

The Internship — Vince Vaughan and Owen Wilson are two bumbling salesmen try to make it in the digital-sales age. (PG-13)

The Lone Ranger — A Native American warrior named Tonto (Johnny Depp) reveals secret tales of how one man (Armie Hammer) transformed from a law-loving citizen into a crucial hero of justice. (PG-13)

Man of Steel in 3D — The gravity-defying superhero learns the true meaning of why he was sent to live on planet Earth. Stars Henry Cavill, Kevin Costner, Russell Crowe, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Diane Lane. (PG-13)

Monsters University — This animated feature follows friends James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski during their college days. Features the voices of Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Helen Mirren and Steve Buscemi. (G)

Pacific Rim in 3D — As war rages between humankind and monstrous sea creatures, a former pilot and a trainee hope to save the world with a seemingly obsolete special weapon. Stars Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba and Rinko Kikuchi (PG-13)

Red 2 — A former CIA hotshot (Bruce Willis) reunites his motley crew of skilled operatives in director Dean Parisot’s humor-filled sequel. Co-stars John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Mary Louise-Parker and Anthony Hopkins. (PG-13)

R.I.P.D. in 3D — Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges lead the cast in this action tale about a slain police officer who joins undead cops working for the Rest in Peace Department. Co-stars Kevin Bacon, James Hong, Mary Louise-Parker and Stephanie Szostak. (PG-13)

Turbo in 3D — Turbo the snail has bigger-than-life dreams of being just like his hero — world-famous, Indianapolis 500 racer Guy Gagne. Features the voices of Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti and Samuel L. Jackson. (PG)

White House Down — While on a tour of the White House with his young daughter, a Capitol policeman springs into action to save his child and protect the president. Stars Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx. (PG-13)

World War Z — Brad Pitt, James Badge Dale, Mireille Enos and Anthony Mackie star in this thriller about a man racing across a battle-scarred world hoping to end a pandemic that threatens to end all mankind. (PG-13)

— Times Record Staff

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