Ratings are by Gene Triplett, George Lang, Brandy McDonnell, Matthew Price, Dennis King and Sandi Davis. Ratings are based on a four-star system: 1 star (poor), 2 stars (fair), 3 stars (should see), 4 stars (must see).
‘Bullet to the Head'
R 1:31 See review
‘Stand Up Guys'
R1:33 See review
PG-131:37 See review
R2:00 4 stars
Ben Affleck directed and stars in this dramatization of the CIA's mission to rescue six Americans from Tehran during the Iran Hostage Crisis in 1980. (Language and some violent images) GL
R1:49 2 ½ stars
An ex-cop (Mark Wahlberg) is hired by a big city mayor (Russell Crowe) to spy on his wife (Catherine Zeta-Jones). (Pervasive language, some sexual content and violence) WIRE
R 2:45 4 stars
Director Quentin Tarantino takes his blood-splashing mayhem to new heights in this epic revenge tale about a former slave (Jamie Foxx) who becomes a bounty hunter and cuts a wide swath of carnage in search of his long-missing wife (Kerry Washington). (Strong language and explicit violence throughout) GT
R 1:53 2 stars
Ryan Gosling and Josh Brolin play a pair of Los Angeles police detectives leading a small secret squad of cops trying to take down ruthless mob king Mickey Cohen (Sean Penn) in this crime drama set in 1949 L.A. (Strong violence and language) GL
‘Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters'
R 1:28 1 ½ stars
Fifteen years after their incident at the gingerbread house, Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) have grown up into fearsome witch hunters. (Strong fantasy horror violence and gore, brief sexuality/nudity and language) WIRE
‘A Haunted House'
R 1:20 Not screened for press
A married couple (co-writer Marlon Wayans and Essence Atkins) move into a dream home but soon learn a demon also resides there in this spoof of “Paranormal Activity” and other found-footage thrillers. (Crude and sexual content, language and some drug use)
‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'
PG-13 2:46 2 ½ stars
“Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson returns to Middle-Earth for the first of three planned films based on J.R.R. Tolkien's novel “The Hobbit,” plus 125 pages of appendices the author included at the end of his LOTR capper “Return of the King.” (extended sequences of intense fantasy action violence and frightening images) DK
PG-13 1:47 3 ½ stars
In this fact-based drama, Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor play tourists trying to keep themselves and their three young sons alive in the wake of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people on Dec. 26, 2004. (Intense realistic disaster sequences, including disturbing injury images and brief nudity) GT
PG-13 2:10 3 stars
Tom Cruise takes on the military policeman of Lee Childs' procedural novels in this adaptation directed by Christopher McQuarrie. (Violence, language and some drug material) BM
‘The Last Stand'
R 1:47 3 stars
Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as a small-town Arizona sheriff fighting off a drug cartel with the aid of a ragtag band of misfits. (Strong bloody violence throughout and language) WIRE
PG-132:37 3 ½ stars
Director Tom Hooper (“The King's Speech”) takes on the pop-operatic stage adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic, starring Anne Hathaway, Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman. (Suggestive and sexual material, violence and thematic content) BM
‘Life of Pi'
PG 2:07 4 stars
Director Ang Lee (“Brokeback Mountain,” “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”) brings Yann Martel's best-selling literary novel to the big screen in stunning 3-D, chronicling the journey of a young man who survives a sea disaster and finds a bond with a fellow survivor, a Bengal tiger. Irrfan Khan, Suraj Sharma and Rafe Spall star in the film. (Emotional thematic content throughout, and some scary action sequences and peril) GT
PG-13 2:29 3 ½ stars
Daniel Day-Lewis transforms into President Abraham Lincoln in director Steven Spielberg's epic biographical drama featuring Sally Field as Mary Todd Lincoln, Jared Harris as Ulysses S. Grant and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Robert Todd Lincoln. Tony Kushner (“Angels in America”) wrote the screenplay based in part on a book by Doris Kearns Goodwin. (An intense scene of war violence, some images of carnage and brief strong language) GL
PG-13 1:40 2 ½ stars
Jessica Chastain stars in this horror film about two young girls whose survival after the death of their father becomes a source of mystery. (Violence and terror, some disturbing images and thematic elements) BM
R1:37 Not screened for press
Shot over several years, the comedy features a series of interconnected short films, each one done by a different director, and a large star-studded ensemble cast including Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman and Dennis Quaid. (Strong pervasive crude and sexual content including dialogue, graphic nudity, language, some violence) BM
PG 1:44 2 ½ stars
Billy Crystal and Bette Midler star as grandparents adjusting to retirement and dealing with family mishaps. (Rude humor) SD
R1:58 1 ½ stars
Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez star in a big-screen adaptation of “Flashfire,” the 19th novel about a career thief who operates under his own personal code of ethics. (Strong violence, language throughout and brief sexual content/nudity) WIRE
‘Silver Linings Playbook'
R 2:02 3 ½ stars
Written for the screen and directed by David O. Russell (“The Fighter”), stars Bradley Cooper as Pat, a young man desperate to reconnect with his estranged wife after being released from a psychiatric hospital. Jennifer Lawrence plays the woman who is willing to help him do it. (Language and some sexual content/nudity) BM
‘Texas Chainsaw 3-D'
R 1:32 Not screened for press
Leatherface again wields his killing-machine in a sequel that continues the terror tale established in Tobe Hooper's 1974 horror classic. (Strong grisly violence and language throughout)
‘This Is 40'
R 2:13 2 stars
Judd Apatow wrote and directed this seriocomic “sort-of sequel” to “Knocked Up” about a couple (Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann) struggling with marriage and middle age. (Sexual content, crude humor, pervasive language and some drug use) GL
‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2'
PG-13 1:56 3 stars
In the final installment of the popular vampire series based on Stephenie Meyer's books, Bella and Edward (Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson) must protect daughter Renesmee as the Cullens face down the Volturi. (Sequences of violence including disturbing images, some sensuality and partial nudity) BM
PG 1:48 3 ½ stars
Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly), the villain of a Donkey Kong-like arcade game, tries to become a hero in this imaginative computer-animated film set in the world of video games. (Some rude humor and mild action/violence) GL
‘Zero Dark Thirty'
R 2:37 4 stars
The Oscar-winning team of Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal (“The Hurt Locker”) dramatize the decadelong search for Osama bin Laden in their thrilling drama starring Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain. (Strong violence including brutal disturbing images, and for language) DK
R 2:19 3 ½ stars
Denzel Washington plays an alcoholic pilot struggling with the aftereffects of a crash landing in this satirical drama from director Robert Zemeckis (“Cast Away”). (Drug and alcohol abuse, language, sexuality/nudity and an intense action sequence) GL
PG 1:37 3 ½ stars
Writer-director Tim Burton (“Corpse Bride”) expands his beloved 1984 animated horror-comedy short into a full-length stop-motion feature about a boy and his dog. After losing his pup Sparky, young Victor (voice of Charlie Tahan) uses the power of science to bring back his best friend — with some distinct differences. (Thematic elements, scary images and action) BM
‘Here Comes the Boom'
PG 1:45 2 ½ stars
Kevin James plays a high schoolteacher who becomes a mixed martial arts fighter. (Bouts of MMA sports violence, some rude humor and language) MP
PG 1:31 2 ½ stars
Genndy Tartakovsky, creator of “Dexter's Laboratory,” directs this animated film about a hotel run by Dracula (voice of Adam Sandler) as a place to relax and kick back. But when a regular guy stumbles upon the hotel and falls for Dracula's daughter, Mavis (Selena Gomez), Dracula may not be relaxed anymore. (Some rude humor, action and scary images) GT
‘Ice Age: Continental Drift'
PG 1:34 2 ½ stars
Saber-toothed squirrel Scrat's pursuit of an acorn has world-changing consequences in this sequel. (Mild rude humor and action/peril) WIRE
‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower'
PG-13 1:42 3 stars
Novelist Stephen Chbosky, who published “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” in 1999 and went on to create the CBS drama “Jericho,” adapts his novel and directs the story about a quiet boy (Logan Lerman) using an alias throughout high school and the two seniors (Emma Watson and Ezra Miller) who take him under their wings. (Mature thematic material, drug and alcohol use, sexual content including references and fight — all involving teens) WIRE
‘Playing For Keeps'
PG-13 1:35 Not screened for press
George, a former athlete played by Gerard Butler, tries to get his life back together by coaching his son's soccer team but soon finds the gorgeous mothers on the sidelines are becoming a distraction. (Some sexual situations, language and a brief intense image)
PG-13 1:33 2 stars
Chris Hemsworth (“Thor”) and Josh Hutcherson (“The Hunger Games”) lead the cast of this remake of the 1984 Cold War melodrama about teenagers fighting an invading Soviet army. (Sequences of intense war violence and action, and for language) GL
PG-13 2:23 3 ½ stars
James Bond (Daniel Craig) faces down a rogue agent (Javier Bardem) bent on taking down MI6. (Intense violent scenes throughout, some sexuality, language and smoking) DK
PG-131:31 2 stars
Back in 2008, “Taken” propelled Irish actor Liam Neeson (“Schindler's List”) to unlikely action hero status in the role of a retired CIA agent who uses his Special Forces skills to save his kidnapped daughter (Maggie Grace). Neeson, 60, returns to presumably kill everyone in his path once again in the sequel. (Intense sequences of violence and action and some sensuality) WIRE
Oklahoma City Museum of Art
‘5 Broken Cameras'
Not rated 1:34 Not reviewed
When his fourth son, Gibreel, is born, Emad, a Palestinian villager, gets his first camera. In his village, Bil'in, a separation barrier is being built and the villagers start to resist this decision. (5:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 12:30 p.m. Sunday)
‘A Royal Affair'
R 2:17 See review
In 18th-century Denmark, young Queen Caroline Mathilde (Alicia Vikander) begins an affair with doctor Johann Struensee (Mads Mikkelsen), the royal physician to her mentally ill husband, King Christian VII (Mikkel Boe Følsgaard). (Sexual content and some violent images) (8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday)
Oscar-nominated short documentaries
As part of its Oscar Tune Up, the museum will screen all five nominees in the best short documentary category: “Redemption,” “Open Heart,” “Inocente,” “Kings Point” and “Mondays at Racine.” (7:30 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday)
Dome Theater, Science Museum Oklahoma
Not rated 0:43 Not screened for press
Narrated by Bill Paxton, the film follows “Storm Chasers” star Sean Casey and the scientists of VORTEX2, the largest tornado research project ever assembled.