April 14 metro movies

April 14 metro movies
Published: April 13, 2012

PG1:46 2 stars

Oscar winner Julia Roberts, Lily Collins, Armie Hammer and Sean Bean put an adventure-comedy twist on a famed fairy tale. (Some fantasy action and mild rude humor) WIRE

‘October Baby'

PG-131:45 1 ½ stars

A college freshman struggles to come to grips with the revelation that she is the survivor of an attempted abortion. (Mature thematic material) WIRE

‘Project X'


(Not screened for press.) Three high school seniors throw a house party that goes wildly out of control. (Crude and sexual content throughout, nudity, drugs, drinking, pervasive language, reckless behavior and mayhem — all involving teens)

‘Safe House'

R1:573 stars

A young CIA agent bonds with a renegade accused of selling secrets. (Strong language throughout and some language) DK

‘Titanic 3-D'

PG-133:14 3 ½ stars

Director James Cameron's historical romance receives the three-dimensional treatment. (Brief violence, adult themes) WIRE

‘This Means War'

PG-132:002 stars

CIA operatives and best pals unleash their formidable skills on each other when they learn they have fallen for the same woman. (Sexual content including references, some violence and action, and for language) DK

‘A Thousand Words'


(Not screened for press.) A fast-talking literary agent crosses a spiritual guru and must face the life-altering consequences. (Sexual situations including dialogue, language and some drug-related humor)

‘21 Jump Street'

R1:49 3 stars

This rethink of the 1980s series about cops in high school improves dramatically on its source material. (Crude and sexual content, pervasive language, drug material, teen drinking and some violence) GL

‘Wrath of the Titans'

PG-132:00 1 ½ stars

Greek demigod Perseus ventures into the Underworld to rescue his father Zeus, defeat the monstrous Titans and save mankind. (Intense sequences of fantasy violence and action) DK


‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked'

G1:271½ stars

Alvin and his colleagues are stranded on a deserted island. WIRE


PG-131:233½ stars

Three teens gain superpowers after making an amazing discovery in this found-footage thriller. (Intense action and violence, thematic material, some language, sexual content, teen drinking) DK



(Not screened for press.) An ex-smuggler returns to his old life of crime to help his brother-in-law settle a debt. (Violence, pervasive language, brief drug use)

‘Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance'


(Not screened for press.) Stunt motorcycle rider Johnny Blaze again becomes the supernatural Ghost Rider in this sequel to the 2007 movie. (Intense sequences of action and violence, some disturbing images, and language)



(Not screened for press.) A former kidnapping victim must find her sister, who she fears is in the hands of the same abductors. (Violence and terror, some sexual material, brief language and drug references)

‘The Iron Lady'

PG-131:453½ stars

Two-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep is favored to take home another Academy Award for her portrayal of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. (Some violent images, brief nudity) WIRE

‘Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol'

PG-132:123½ stars

The Impossible Mission Force led by Ethan Hunt travels from Moscow, Dubai and India. (Sequences of intense violence and action) GL

‘The Secret World of Arrietty'

G1:343 stars

Mary Norton's children's novel “The Borrowers” gets an update from Studio Ghibli. WIRE

‘Underworld: Awakening'


(Not screened for press.) Selene must now deal with humankind's war against the vampires and lycanthropes. (Strong violence and gore, and some language)

‘The Vow'

PG-131:443 stars

Injured in a car accident, a young woman loses all memory of the past five years, forcing her husband to reintroduce himself. (Accident scene, sexual content, partial nudity and some language) GL

‘We Bought a Zoo'

PG2:042½ stars

A single father decides to give his family a new life by purchasing a ramshackle zoo for them to refurbish and reopen. (Language, some thematic elements) DK

‘The Woman in Black'

PG-131:333 stars

A young lawyer travels to an isolated village to settle the affairs of a recently deceased client. (Thematic material and violence/disturbing images) WIRE

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Film Preservation Festival 8

“The Maltese Falcon” (5:30 p.m. Friday), “The Killers” (8 p.m. Friday), “The Big Clock” (5:30 p.m. Saturday), “Double Indemnity” (8 p.m. Saturday) and “Sunset Boulevard” (2 p.m. Sunday).

Dome Theater, Science Museum Oklahoma

‘Tornado Alley'

Not rated0:43

(Not screened for press.) The film follows “Storm Chasers” star Sean Casey and the scientists of VORTEX2 on separate missions to encounter the birth of a tornado.

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