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

And So It GoesAn 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)

As Above So Below — Explorers step below the busy streets of Paris to find sprawling catacombs, only to learn about a sinister secret involving a city of the dead. Along their journey, the team members examine the darkest corners of the human psyche and watch as various personal demons return with a vengeance. Stars Perdita Weeks, Edwin Hodge and Ben Feldman. (R)

Boyhood — This drama follows Mason, from age 5 up to his 18th birthday. (R)

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)

Earth to Echo — Children join a friendly alien who needs help. Stars Reese Hartwig and Teo Halm. (PG)

Edge of Tomorrow — A skilled officer is trapped in a time loop, which puts him in the middle of a dangerous battle with aliens. (PG-13)

The Expendables 3 — Sylvester Stallone, Harrison Ford, Jason Statham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jet Li, Mel Gibson, Antonio Banderas and Kelsey Grammer star in this action-based sequel about the wise-talking, fast-moving, gun-toting team, who find themselves up against a deadly arms trader. (PG-13)

The Fault in Our Stars — Hazel’s companion is an oxygen tank until she meets Gus, another young person who is bored of society’s conventions. (PG-13)

Get On Up — Chadwick A. Boseman, Viola Davis, Nelsan Ellis and Octavia Spencer star in director Tate Taylor’s new biopic that traces James Brown’s pioneering footsteps from a poor kid on the streets, who grew up to become one of the most influential singers, performers and entertainers in all musical genres. Co-stars Dan Aykroyd, Craig Robinson, Fred Melamed, Lennie James, Jill Scott and Josh Hopkins. (PG-13)

The Giver — Jeff Bridges, Brenton Thwaites and Meryl Streep star in this new film about Jonas, who discovers the dark secrets of his community and tries to escape his world of conformity, hoping to save the loved ones he has now put in danger. Also stars Katie Holmes, Taylor Swift, Cameron Monaghan and Odeya Rush. (PG-13)

Guardians of the Galaxy in 3D — Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace and Dave Bautista are among the cast in this new sci-fi thriller about Ronan the Accuser’s pursuit of a half-human, half-alien being in outer space. When a strange orb goes missing, a rag-tag team of super heroes is assembled in an effort to save the galaxy. Also stars Karen Gillan, Djimon Hounsou, John C. Reilly, Glenn Close and Benicio Del Toro. (PG-13)

Hercules — 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)

The Hundred-Foot Journey — Helen Mirren, Charlotte Le Bon, Om Puri and Manish Dayal star in this new movie about the battle of wills between a cold-hearted owner of a French restaurant and owners of a new, nearby Indian restaurant. After entering into a battle of words and food, the two sides begin thinking they might have a little something in common. (PG)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 - Hiccup and Toothless find hundreds of new dragons and a new battle to endure. (PG)

If I Stay — Life takes an unexpected sharp turn for a girl named Mia when a car accident forces her into a coma and an out-of-body experience in this new film from director R.J. Cutler. Mia is faced with a major decision — does she wake up from the coma to live a life that is far different than she envisioned? Stars Chloe Grace Moretz, Jamie Blackley and Mireille Enos. (PG-13)

Into the Storm — When Silverton is hit by multiple tornadoes over the course of one day, drama continues to increase when storm chasers begin predicting that even deadlier storms are just around the corner. Richard Armitage, Arlen Escarpeta and Alycia Debnam-Carey star. (PG-13)

Let’s Be Cops — Two friends dress as policemen for a costume party, becoming a favorite in the neighborhood. The duo’s celebrity status takes another turn when the two men become entangled with the mafia and law-breaking detectives. Stars Damon Wayans Jr., Jake Johnson and Rob Riggle. (R)

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)

Magic in the Moonlight — A young man is brought in to expose a possible swindle, but instead experiences personal and professional complications. (PG-13)

Maleficent — A scorned fairy curses a young princess before realizing the infant might be the only one to restore peace in society. (PG)

The November Man — Pierce Brosnan, Olga Kurylenko, Eliza Taylor and Luke Bracey star in this thriller about a quick-witted ex-CIA agent, whose quiet life in Switzerland is interrupted by gunfire, double-crosses and a seemingly unbeatable enemy. The man must protect Alice Fournier, a witness, but growing suspicions could derail the already dangerous assignment. (R)

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)

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For in 3D — Bruce Willis, Josh Brolin, Jessica Alba, Mickey Rourke, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Rosario Dawson and Eva Green star in this sequel from co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. Some of Sin City’s most intense citizens cross dangerous paths with some of the community’s most feared, untrustworthy individuals. Co-stars Powers Boothe, Ray Liotta, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven and Dennis Haysbert. (R)

Step Up All In in 3D — Cast members from the previous “Step Up” features descend upon Las Vegas to compete in an event that could help them reach their career dreams. Stars Ryan Guzman, Adam G. Sevani and Briana Evigan. (PG-13)

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)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 3D — Shredder and his evil accomplices have placed a metaphorical black cloud over New York, but society finds hope when four unlikely allies leave the sewer. Known as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the foursome must help April O’Neil, a reporter, and her cameraman, Vern Fenwick, stop the villains. (PG-13)

What If — Daniel Radcliffe, Megan Park and Zoe Kazan are among the cast of this new comedy-drama, which centers around a young bachelor who secretly loves his best female friend. The two wonder if they should remain close friends or take a chance at changing their solid bond. (PG-13)

When the Game Stands Tall — The life of football coach Bob Ladouceur (Jim Caviezel) is examined in this new film. Ladouceur was responsible for taking the De La Salle High School Spartans from an embarrassing string of losses to a 151-game winning streak that set numerous records. Co-stars Laura Dern, Stephen James, Michael Chiklis, Alexander Ludwig and LaJessie Smith. (PG)

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