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

Opening Friday

The Family — Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer star in this action-comedy about a mobster and his family entering the witness protection program, only to draw too much attention by dealing with problems via violence. Co-stars Tommy Lee Jones, Dianna Agron and John D’Leo. (R)

Insidious: Chapter 2 — Patrick Wilson, Lin Shayne, Barbara Hershey and Ty Simpkins star in this chilly sequel about the Lambert family embarking on a desperate search to unlock the childhood secret that has kept them tied to a dangerous spirit world. Co-stars Leigh Whannell and Rose Byrne. (PG-13)

Now Playing

The Conjuring — Based on a true story, this movie follows Ed and Lorraine Warren, paranormal investigators who are called to investigate an aggressive presence at a remote farm. Stars Ron Livingston and Vera Farmiga. (R)

Despicable Me 2 — Gru and the minions are back for another animated, fast-paced adventure. Features the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Benjamin Bratt, Russell Brand and Steve Coogan. (PG)

Elysium — Matt Damon and Jodie Foster star in this thriller about the human race living in divided conditions in the year 2159. (R)

Getaway — While trying to rescue his kidnapped wife, Brent Magna steals a custom Shelby Cobra Mustang and takes its surprised owner on a deadly cat-and-mouse game. Stars Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez and Jon Voight. (PG-13)

Grown Ups 2 — After moving his family back to his hometown, Lenny (Adam Sandler) realizes sometimes crazy things follow you. Also stars Kevin James and Chris Rock. (PG-13)

Instructions Not Included — A young man named Valentin (Eugenio Derbez) leaves Mexico to find a baby’s mother in Los Angeles, with the plan to return the baby to the evasive woman. (PG-13)

The Lone Ranger — Johnny Depp plays Tonto, who turns out to be much more than a sidekick to the Lone Ranger. (PG-13)

Lee Daniels’ The Butler — A White House butler (Forest Whitaker) serves eight U.S. presidents over the course of 30 years in this film. The butler’s experiences often mirror the strong cultural shifts of the country. (PG-13)

The Mortal of Instruments: City of Bones — An average teenager is shocked to learn of her connection to the Shadowhunters, a group of half-angel warriors. Stars Lily Collins, Jemima West and Jamie Campbell Bower. (PG-13)

Now You See Me — Bank robbers pull off heists and then give the money to an audience. (PG-13)

One Direction: This is Us in 3D — Cameras follow the popular boy band on tour and beyond in director Morgan Spurlock’s new documentary. (PG)

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters — Percy Jackson returns for another adventure, where he learns that the magical borders that guard Half Blood Hill are failing. (PG)

Planes — A plane named Dusty wants to compete in races, but he has trouble shaking his crippling fear of heights in this animated adventure from Disney. Features the voices of Dane Cook, Brad Garrett and Stacy Keach. (PG)

Riddick — Vin Diesel returns in this latest film of the "Chronicles of Riddick" series, which finds Riddick (Diesel) left to die on what appears a lifeless planet. Riddick must fight alien beings and a relentless bounty hunter with a grudge. (R)

2 Guns — Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg reluctantly work together on a crucial, undercover case, acting as members of a narcotics syndicate trying to take down a Mexican drug cartel. (R)

This is the End — Seth Rogen, James Franco, Craig Robinson, Emma Watson and Jonah Hill are with friends at a party when they realize the apocalypse has started. (R)

The Ultimate Life — Jason Stevens is the new manager for a $1 billion foundation, and his life grows complicated as relatives begin to hurl allegations inside a heated courtroom. Stars Logan Bartholomew and Peter Fonda. (PG)

We’re The Millers — When David becomes in debt to his tough-talking dealer, he has to smuggle drugs from Mexico to erase the debt. Stars Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston, Nick Offerman and Ed Helms. (R)

White House Down — An agent gets the chance to prove himself when the White House is attacked. Stars Jamie Foxx. (PG-13)

The Wolverine — Hugh Jackman returns as the X-Men hero, who is summoned by a friend to Japan and confronted with a conflict that forces him to face his own personal demons. (PG-13)

The World’s End — The creators of "Shaun of the Dead" and "Hot Fuzz" present this story, which follows friends who plan to re-live their youth drinking in multiple bars until the bar flies appear to be nonhuman. (R)

You’re Next — Ax-carrying killers terrorize a family, until one of the relatives turns out to be as skilled and aggressive as the felons. Stars Joe Swanberg, Ti West, Amy Seimetz and A.J. Bowen. (R)