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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.

Amazing SpideR-Man 2 — Spider-Man must battle multiple super villains hired by Oscorp. (PG-13)

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

And So It Goes — An arrogant realtor seeks advice and support from his neighbor after he is left to care for his granddaughter. For years, the man never knew he had a granddaughter, until an estranged relative drops her off at his home. Stars Michael Douglas, Diane Keaton, Sterling Jerins, Annie Parisse and Maxwell Simkins. (PG-13)

Begin Again — A young songwriter and a shamed music-business executive meet in Manhattan, forming a bond that could bring promise to their careers. Stars Mark Ruffalo, Keira Knightley, James Corden, Hailee Steeinfeld, Adam Levine and Mos Def. (R)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier — Steve Rogers steps into a street battle with his most mysterious — and deadliest — opponent yet. (PG-13)

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes — Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and Andy Serkis star in the latest film of the series that showcases Caesar, an intelligent, aggressive chimpanzee that leads a growing nation of genetically evolved apes that battle a group of human survivors. Also stars Kodi Smit-McPhee, Judy Greer and Jason Clarke. (PG-13)

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 and Jason Gray-Stanford. (PG)

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)

Heaven is for Real — A small—town father tries to find courage to share his son’s life-changing experience. (PG)

Hercules in 3D — Dwayne Johnson joins John Hurt, Ian McShane and Joseph Fiennes for in director Brett Ratner’s new action-adventure about Hercules, a Greek demigod who endures 12 labors in life, serving as a warrior for hire. The King of Thrace and his child ask for Hercules’ help in defending themselves against a skilled, dangerous tyrant. (PG-13)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 — 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)

Lucy — After being trapped in a dangerous situation, a woman (Scarlett Johansson) turns against her captors, becoming a seemingly unstoppable warrior with increased brain and physical powers. Also stars Morgan Freeman, Min-sik Choi and Julian Rhind-Tutt. (R)

Maleficent — 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)

Persecuted — Framed for a murder, an evangelist is on the run because he denied participating in a senator’s campaign for massive religious reform. Stars Dean Stockwell, Ashley LaRae, Bruce Davison, Gretchen Carlson, James Remar and Raoul Trujillo. (PG-13)

Planes: Fire & Rescue — Dusty discovers that his engine is damaged, which could mean he won’t ever be able to race again. When a giant wildfire erupts, Dusty springs into action, joining Blade Ranger and his team, the Smokejumpers, to fight the spreading flames. Features the voices of Dane Cook, Julie Bowen and Ed Harris. (PG)

The Purge: Anarchy — Writer-director James DeMonaco’s new film about what happens when Leo seeks revenge on the individual who killed his son, and a mother-daughter team flees the wrath of assailants in a dangerous Los Angeles. Stars Frank Grillo, Zach Gilford, Carmen Ejoogo, Zoe Soul and John Beasley. (R)

Sex Tape — Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel portray a husband and wife who begin their day by learning that the sex tape they recently made has disappeared in director Jake Kasdan’s latest movie. The frantic duo searches for the missing footage, hoping it doesn’t go public. Also stars Rob Lowe, Nancy Lenehan, Rob Corddry, Ellie Kemper and Krisztina Koltai. (R)

Tammy — Melissa McCarthy 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)

Transformers: Age of Extinction — An auto mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that draws the attention of the Autobots, Deceptions 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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