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At the movies

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

Opened Tuesday

Tammy – Melissa McCartney portrays a woman who reacts severely after losing her job and learning about her lying husband’s infidelities in this new comedy. Also stars Susan Sarandon, Dan Aykroyd, Kathy Bates, Allison Janney and Gary Cole. (R)

Opened Wednesday

Deliver Us From Evil – Eric Bana, Olivia Munn and Edgar Ramirez star in director-writer Scott Derrickson’s new horror-thriller about a series of crimes being investigated by New York policeman Ralph Sarchie. Also stars Chris Coy, Sean Harris and Dorian Missick. (R)

Earth To Echo – This animated, sci-fi-themed movie follows a trio of inseparable friends named Much, Tuck and Alex. While their neighborhood is being obliterated by a construction project, families are forced to move, but when the boys receive odd signals on their phones, a wild, unpredictable adventure begins. Stars Teo Halm, Astro, Reese Hartwig, Ella Wahlestedt, Sonya Leslie and Jason Gray-Stanford. (PG)

The Girl on the Train – A documentary filmmaker boards a train to interview the latest subjects, but when an unexpected meeting with a young woman occurs, the man finds himself plunged into a world where fantasy and reality blend. Stars Nicki Aycox, Henry Ian Cusick, Maria Chinappi and Stephen Lang. (R)

Opening Friday

Life Itself – The late Roger Ebert is profiled in director Steve James’ latest film. The movie also features footage of the late Gene Siskel, Ebert’s colleague on TV, as well as Chaz Ebert, Martin Scorsese, Werner Herzog and Ava DuVernay. (Not rated)

Now Playing

Alone Yet Not Alone – The Leininger family flees religious persecution in Germany to America only to be faced with trauma when Delaware warriors capture two daughters. Stars Jenn Gotzon, Natalie Racoosin and Kelly Greyson. (PG-13)

America – A film that imagines if the United States lost the Revolutionary War and therefore never existed. (PG-13)

A Million Ways to Die in the West — Seth McFarlane, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson lead the cast in this new comedy, which focuses on a mysterious new woman and the man who falls for her. (R)

Blended — Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore star as two single parents who go on a blind date, only to promise themselves to never see the other again in this new comedy from director Frank Coraci. (PG-13)

Divergent – A woman designated as a divergent is called dangerous in a futuristic society. (PG-13)

Edge of Tomorrow – Tom Cruise, Emily Blunt and Bill Paxton star in director Doug Liman’s new sci-fi thriller about humans trying to gain the upper hand as hive-like aliens continue to destroy cities. (PG-13)

The Fault in Our Stars – Based on popular author John Green’s book, this film finds two teenagers (Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort), who meet at a cancer support meeting, falling in love despite their circumstances. (PG-13)

God’s Not Dead – A college student feels as if his faith is challenged by his atheist professor. (PG)

Godzilla — Thriller centering around a giant, fire-breathing prehistoric monster, which awakens after a series of deep-sea nuclear tests. Stars Elizabeth Olsen, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. (PG-13)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 in 3D – Hiccup and Toothless find hundreds of wild dragons and an elusive dragon rider in this animated sequel. Features the voices of Cate Blanchett, Gerald Butler and America Ferrera. (PG)

Jersey Boys – Michael Lomenda, John Lloyd Young, Christopher Walken, Francesca Eastwood, Erich Bergen and Aria Pullman star in director Clint Eastwood’s version of the popular story of the The Four Seasons. (R)

Maleficent in 3D – Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning star in this fantasy film about a malicious fairy, who places a curse upon a young child only to learn the child might be the only person who is able to restore peace to the world. (PG)

Mom’s Night Out — Allyson and her friends strive to have a low-key evening while their husbands baby sit the children, but things never go as planned. Stars Sarah Drew, Sean Astin, Patricia Heaton and Trace Adkins. (PG)

Neighbors — Seth Rogen plays a family man forced into a new neighborhood of territorial fraternity students, the leader of which (Zac Efron) begins a duel with the man’s family. (R)

Rio 2 – Blu tries to fit in with others in the wild Amazon in this animated adventure. (G)

Think Like A Man Too – Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Gabrielle Union, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Adam Brody and Meagan Good head up the cast of married friends who travel to Las Vegas to witness an upcoming wedding. (PG-13)

Transformers: Age of Extinction — An automechanic and his daughter make a discovery that draws the attention of the Autobots, Decepticons and the government. Stars Mark Wahlberg, Kelsey Grammer and Nicola Peltz. (PG 13)

22 Jump Street – Officers Jenko and Schmidt emerge from high school a second time, only to go deep undercover at a nearby college. Stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. (R)

X-Men: Days of Future Past — The popular “X-Men” characters from the franchise’s original trilogy join their younger selves for a difficult assignment. Stars Jennifer Lawrence, Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart. (PG-13)

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