It's Almost the Weekend! What Will You See?

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April 24th, 2014

"The Other Woman" arrives in theaters on Friday, April 25. In Carly's eyes, her boyfriend is too good to be true. It turns out she's right. Mark is married, and when Carly runs into his wife, the two form a surprising friendship based on their mutual anger. A third woman only deepens their vengeful bond. The film's PG-13 rating is due to mature references. Nick Cassavetes directs.

"The Quiet Ones" follows an unusual series of experiments. During 1974, Professor Coupland believes he can prove that paranormal forces are rooted in the human mind. With an isolated young woman as their test subject, Professor Coupland and his assistants delve into a world of darkness. The horror film has a PG-13 rating for smoking, language, thematic material, mature content and intense sequences of terror and violence. John Pogue directs.

"Brick Mansions" is a thriller from Camille Delamarre. In the future, Detroit's most dangerous criminals operate in one place. A containment wall keeps them separate from society. When an undercover cop with a grudge plots to capture a notorious drug kingpin, he'll need to get through the walls first. "Brick Mansions" has a PG-13 rating for frenetic gun play, violence and action, language, menace and drug material.

"Locke" stars Tom Hardy as Ivan Locke, a successful man whose life changes unexpectedly. Standing to lose everything, he'll do whatever it takes to keep his world together. As he drives the streets of London, a series of phone calls guide Ivan towards increasingly difficult choices. The film has an R rating for language. Steven Knight directs.

"For No Good Reason" arrives in limited theaters on Friday, April 25. In this documentary, Charlie Paul follows actor Johnny Depp as Depp visits one of the most creative minds of the artistic world. Cartoonist Ralph Steadman has worked with Hunter S. Thompson, and his visit with Depp illuminates the power of Steadman's work. Brief mature images, drug content and language contribute to an R rating.

"Walking with the Enemy" draws inspiration from the true story of a Hungarian man's bravery during World War II. Willing to take unimaginable risks, Pinchas Tibor Rosenbaum dons a Nazi uniform and poses as one of the enemy, facing constant dangers on a quest to save his community. The film's PG-13 rating is due to war violence and crimes against humanity. Mark Schmidt directs.

"Gambit" features a screenplay by Joel and Ethan Coen. Harry enjoys his work as a curator, but his abusive boss needs to learn a lesson. Harry elaborately plots his revenge, which includes convincing his boss to buy a fake Monet. A spirited rodeo queen is an essential part of Harry's plan, leading to extra confusion. "Gambit" has a PG-13 rating for partial nudity, suggestive content and a rude gesture. Michael Hoffman directs.

Continuing Films

"Captain America: The Winter Solider" stars Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, the superhero who's still adjusting to life after World War II. While working with S.H.I.E.L.D., Rogers increasingly finds that the contemporary world holds countless dangers, including an ominous new enemy known only as the Winter Solider. The film's PG-13 rating is due to intense sequences of violence, action and gun play. Anthony and Joe Russo direct.

"Heaven is for Real" is director Randall Wallace's adaptation of Todd Burpo's bestselling book. Burpo and his family lead an uneventful life in a small Nebraska community. After Burpo's young son, Colton, undergoes a traumatic medical emergency, the boy survives and brings messages about the afterlife that shock and inspire his town. The PG rating is due to thematic elements that include medical scenarios.

"Rio 2" continues the adventures of Blu and Jewel, now a happy couple with three little macaw chicks. When their human owners head to the Amazon to seek out more rare Spix's macaws, Blu, Jewel and their kids tag along, running into new faces and old problems alike. "Rio 2" has a G rating. Carlos Saldanha directs.

"Transcendence" stars Johnny Depp as a researcher in the controversial field of artificial intelligence. There are those so threatened by Dr. Caster's work that they are willing to kill him, but when Dr. Caster's consciousness ends up surviving in a computer, dark consequences come into play. "Transcendence" has a PG-13 rating for sci-fi action and violence, bloody images, sensuality and brief strong language. Wally Pfister directs.

"A Haunted House 2" follows Malcolm's attempts to move on with his life after he lost his first wife to supernatural mishaps. Now, it's rapidly becoming clear that Malcolm's second family will also suffer from odd occurrences, supernatural entities and other spooky problems, unless Malcolm finally manages to take a stand against evil forces. The raunchy comedy has an R rating for nudity, crude mature content, drug use, violent images and pervasive language. Michael Tiddes directs.