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

Opening Today

I, Tonya — Margot Robbie ("Suicide Squad") portrays real-life competitive ice skater Tonya Harding, who rose to the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in the early 1990s. Harding's potentially bright future darkened once her ex-husband intervened and caused widespread controversy. Also stars Sebastian Stan, Allison Janney, Caitlin Carver, Paul Walter Hauser and Julianne Nicholson. (R)

Winchester — An eccentric firearm heiress (Helen Mirren) begins to believe that the people who were killed by the Winchester repeating rifle are haunting her in this new thriller from directors Michael Spierig and Peter Spierig. Co-stars Jason Clarke, Sarah Snook, Laura Brent, Eamon Farren, Tyler Coppin and Emma Wiseman. (PG-13)

Now Playing

12 Strong — This drama presents an up-close look at the first Special Forces team that was deployed to Afghanistan following the terrorist attack of 2001. The group, now operating under a new captain, begins to work with a warlord in an effort to cripple the Taliban. Stars Chris Hemsworth and Michael Shannon. (R)

Call Me By Your Name — A teenager named Elio (Timothee Chalamet) starts to have a relationship with Oliver (Armie Hammer), who works with his father, in northern Italy in 1983. The two share Jewish heritage and their passion for the Italian landscape. (R)

Coco — Miguel is a young, aspiring musician who must face his family's long-running ban on music in this animated adventure. (PG)

The Commuter — Liam Neeson plays the title character in this new thriller about a businessman who, while traveling home from work, falls into a tangled web of conspiracy and unexpected incidents. Also stars Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson, Sam Neill and Elizabeth McGovern. (PG-13)

Daddy's Home 2 — Brad and Dusty have to deal with their intrusive fathers. (PG-13)

Darkest Hour — Winston Churchill (Gary Oldman) is the newly appointed prime minister during the early days of World War II. All of Western Europe seemingly is depending on Churchill, who must make a decision between negotiating with Hitler and entering into deadly battle. (PG-13)

Den of Thieves — Elite officers from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department go head to head with California's most successful bank robbers in this new thriller. The thieves launch a plan to steal from the Federal Reserve Bank, a plan that has been deemed impossible by many. Stars Gerard Butler, Pablo Schreiber and Dawn Olivieri. (R)

Despicable Me 3 — Gru teams up with his cheerful brother and minions in this animated sequel. (PG)

Ferdinand — A loving bull named Ferdinand is mistaken for a dangerous animal in this animated feature from director Carlos Saldanha. (PG)

Forever My Girl — A highly successful singer-songwriter in the country-music field returns home a decade later, hoping the woman he left behind is still single. Stars Alex Roe, Jessica Rothe, Tyler Riggs, Abby Ryder Forston, Gillian Vigman, Lauren Gros and Morgan Alexandria. (PG) 

Get Out — A young black man meets the family of his white girlfriend, and what seems peaceful at first soon becomes a literal nightmare. (R)

The Greatest Showman — Hugh Jackman stars in this musical based on the imagination of P.T. Barnum. The movie tells how show business was born and details the visionary ideas of Barnum, who became a global sensation. Co-stars Michelle Williams and Zac Efron. (PG)

Hostiles — Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Wes Studi, Stephen Lang and David Midthunder star in director/co-writer Scott Cooper's new film about an Army captain who is assigned to escort a Cheyenne chief and his relatives through a dangerous region in 1892. Also stars Scott Shepherd, Ava Cooper, Jonathan Majors and Rory Cochrane. (R)

Insidious: The Last Key — Dr. Elise Rainer is a parapsychologist who is about to meet her greatest fear to date in this new thriller. That fear will be something personal that will haunt Rainer close to home. Stars Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson and Leigh Whannell. (PG-13)

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle — Four ambitious teenagers stumble upon an old video game console. Before they know it, the young individuals are transported into the game's often-dangerous jungle environment and their new physical appearances are completely different. Stars Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Jack Black and Madison Iseman. (PG-13)

Lady Bird — Director/writer Greta Gerwig's movie shows a 17-year-old girl stepping into adulthood in Sacramento, Calif. Stars Saoirse Ronan, Tracy Letts, Laurie Metcalf, Jordan Rodrigues and Lucas Hedges. (R) 

Maze Runner: The Death Cure — The young hero named Thomas decides to venture out with friends to look for a cure for disease in director Wes Ball's new sci-fi film. The disease is deadly and is known as the Flare. Stars Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Dylan O'Brien and Rosa Salazar. (PG-13) 

Paddington 2 — Now a happy part of the Brown family, Paddington decides to take on a few odd jobs so he can afford to buy the ideal present for Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday in this sequel. (PG)

Phantom Thread — Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) is a gifted individual who makes dresses in 1950s London, and his professional and personal lives are grounded to a halt by a woman named Alma (Vicky Krieps) in director/writer Paul Thomas Anderson's film. A strong-willed woman, Alma begins to steal the heart of Reynolds. Co-stasr Lesley Marnville and Sue Clark. (R)

Pitch Perfect 3 — The busy a capella group the Bellas reunite to compete in a singing competition overseas. (PG-13)

The Post — Director Steven Spielberg's latest film features Meryl Streep as the country's first female newspaper publisher, who goes head to head with the government regarding a cover-up that spanned four U.S. presidencies. Tom Hanks, Sarah Paulson, Bradley Whitford and Bruce Greenwood co-star. (PG-13)

Proud Mary — Taraji P. Henson portrays Mary, a hitwoman who becomes employed by a Boston-based family known for high-stakes crime. Mary thinks she has a somewhat comfortable life until she meets a young boy during a botched assignment. Co-stars Danny Glover. (R)

The Shape of Water — Set in the 1960s inside a research facility, a young, mute janitor forms an unlikely bond with an aquatic creature, which creates controversy among the building's supervisors and other individuals. Stars Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer, Richard Jenkins and Martin Roach. (R)

The Star — This animated, family friendly feature follows the events that lead up to the first Christmas. (PG)

Star Wars: The Last Jedi — Rey, Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker take their next steps in director/co-writer Rian Johnson's follow-up to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." (PG-13)

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri — Frances McDormand, Sam Rockwell, Caleb Landry Jones, Woody Harrelson and Abbie Cornish star in this dark comedy about a distraught mother, who decides to challenge local authorities to find the killer of her relative. (R)

Wonder — A boy whose face looks different enters public school for the first time. (PG)