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

Opening Today 

Boo! A Madea Halloween — Madea falls into mayhem as she spends Halloween battling gun-carrying killers, clowns, paranormal poltergeists, zombies and more. Madea also has her hands full trying to watch over some thrill-seeking teenagers. Tyler Perry directs, writes, stars and produces. (PG-13)

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back — Tom Cruise returns as Reacher, who tries to expose a government conspiracy while maintaining his innocence. Reacher is seen as a dangerous fugitive, but when something from his past is made public, things turn more dangerous and more unpredictable. Also stars Cobie Smulders, Robert Knepper, Danika Tarosh, Aldis Hodge, Madalyn Horcher and Holt McCallany. (PG-13)

Keeping Up with the Joneses — A suburban couple unwittingly slips into being a part of an international espionage plan after being greeted by their new neighbors. The naive couple want to believe their new neighbors are normal, but some strange activities begin to reveal a few secrets. Stars Gal Gadot, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher and Zach Galifianakis. (PG-13)

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The Accountant — Ben Affleck ("Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice") stars as a math savant in this new thriller from director Gavin O'Connor. The man uncooks the books for a brand-new client, while officials from the U.S. Treasury Department get closer and the number of dead bodies increases. Co-stars Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons, Jon Bernthal, John Lithgow, Jeffrey Tambor, Cynthia Addai-Robinson and Alison Wright. (R)

Bad Moms — Three women shed family duties for a party. (R)

The Birth of a Nation — Nat Turner is an intelligent slave and preacher who makes a plan to cause an uprising in this new drama from writer/actor/director Nate Parker. Also stars Armie Hammer, Jackie Earle Haley, Penelope Ann Miller, Mark Boone Junior, Aunjanue Ellis, Dwight Henry and Aja Naomi King. (R) 

Blair Witch — James finds a video almost 20 years after his sister disappeared. He believes it features footage of his sister's supernatural experiences in the sinister Blair Witch woods. Stars James Allen McCune and Calllie Hernandez. (R)

Deepwater Horizon — Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell and James DuMont star in this new film about an offshore drilling rig named Deepwater Horizon, which exploded in the spring of 2010 and created the worst oil spill in U.S. history. Also stars John Malkovich, Douglas M. Griffin and Gina Rodriguez. (PG-13)

Don't Breathe — A blind man (Stephen Lang) turns the tables on a group of individuals who broke into his home in this new horror-thriller from director/co-writer Fede Alvarez. (R)

Finding Dory — The friendly, often forgetful fish reunites with her loved ones in this animated adventure. (PG)

The Girl on the Train — A divorcee who takes a train on a regular basis finds herself in the middle of a missing persons investigation in this new film from director Tate Taylor. The result of the investigation could forever change the woman's life. Stars Emily Blunt, Haley Bennett, Justin Theroux, Rebecca Ferguson, Laura Prepon and Allison Janney. (R)

Greater — David Hunt's new movie presents the story of Brandon Burlsworth, who played football for the Arkansas Razorbacks and stands as possibly the greatest walk-on story in all of college football. (PG)

Ice Age: Collision Course — Manny, Diego and Sid take part in another adventure in this animated feature. (PG)

Jason Bourne — Matt Damon returns as the troublesome hit-man seeking information about his past. (PG-13)

Kevin Hart: What Now? — The comedian and star of "Central Intelligence" shares jokes and humor-filled stories in front of 50,000 fans inside the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Stars Kevin Hart, Halle Berry, David Meunier and Don Cheadle. (R) 

Lights Out — Rebecca, after her little brother experiences strange events, works to uncover the terror that haunts her thoughts. (PG-13)

The Magnificent Seven — Seven men armed with guns slowly band together in this re-imagining of the Western classic from director Antoine Fuqua. The men are asked to help defend a poor village from ruthless thieves. Stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Vincent D'Onofrio, Ethan Hawke, Byung-hun Lee and Haley Bennett. (PG-13)

Masterminds — Director Jared Hess' latest movie focuses on a night-shift employee at an armored car company. The employee begins planning one of the biggest bank heists in history. Stars Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Owen Wilson, Leslie Jones and Zach Galifianakis. (PG-13)

Max Steel — Max McGrath is a thrill-seeking teenager who has an alien companion named Steel. The duo are tasked with harnessing their new, unusual powers so they can become the super-charged superhero known as Max Steel. Stars Ben Winchell, Ana Villafane, Andy Garcia, Josh Brener, Maria Bello, Avis-Marie Barnes, Megan Hayes and Mike Doyle. (PG-13)

Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life — Rafe is a quiet teenager with a creative imagination. He grows irritable at his schools' obsession with rules and joins a friend to hatch a plan. This new plan is to have every student break all of the rules while in class. Stars Griffin Gluck, Lauren Graham, Isabela Moner and Rob Riggle. (PG)

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children — Jacob learns about Miss Peregrine's home after discovering clues to a mystery that includes different worlds in director Tim Burton's new film. A sense of danger is felt by Jacob when he sees that some residents posses special powers. Stars Asa Butterfield, Eva Green, Samuel L. Jackson and Judi Dench. (PG-13)

Priceless — The story of James Stevens, who loses a loved one and custody of his child. Feeling desperate, he decides to drive a box truck on a shady cross-country trip for cash, but is shocked to learn what he is transporting. Stars Joel Smallbone, Derek Blakeney and Cory J. Broussard. (PG-13) 

Queen of Katwe — A young girl from Uganda undergoes training to fulfill a passion in this new drama. That passion is to become a world champion at the game of chess. Stars Madina Nalwanga, Hope Katende, David Oyelowo, Lupita Nyong'o, Martin Kabanza, Taryn Kyaze and Ivan Jacobo. (PG)

The Secret Life of Pets — Max is a terrier who loves to have his furry friends over to his place while his owner is away in this animated, family friendly film. (PG)

Storks in 3D — Storks have left behind their old job of delivering babies to deliver packages in this new animated adventure. When an order is placed for a baby, the most gifted stork tries to correct an important error. (PG)

Suicide Squad — Some of society's most dangerous supervillains try to perform a dangerous, off-the-books operation. (PG-13)

Sully — Based on the true story and the book, "Highest Duty," director Clint Eastwood's latest film follows pilot Chesley Sullenberger (Tom Hanks), who saved the lives of his passengers and crew by gliding his plane along the Hudson River. Also stars Laura Linney, Aaron Eckhart, Valerie Mahaffey, Anna Gunn, Jamey Sheridan, Onira Tares and Jeff Kober. (PG-13)

Torchbearer — Director-writer Stephen K. Bannon's new film focuses on "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson, who discusses his views on how faith and family are important factors in society. Robertson talks about the Bible, Rome, Paris, the Nazi death camps of World War II, the creation of the atomic bomb, the Holocaust and more. (Not rated)