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

Fighting with My Family — Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson portrays a former wrestler, who gets help making a living from  his family. They perform at small venues around the country, as the kids begin dreaming about being World Wrestling Entertainment stars. Co-stars Lena Headey, Vince Vaughn, Nick Frost, Olivia Bernstone, Leah Harvey and Hanna Dodd. (PG-13)

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World in 3D — Director/co-writer Dean DeBlois presents this animated sequel, which has Hiccup learning that Toothless isn't the only Night Fury around. Hiccup then learns he must find a secret dragon before Grimmel. Features the voices of Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, America Ferrera, F. Murray Abraham, Gerard Butler, Kristen Wig, Craig Ferguson and Jonah Hill. (PG)

Now Playing  

A Dog's Way Home — This new film follows a small, ambitious dog that travels hundreds of miles to search for her owner. Stars Ashley Judd, Bryce Dallas Howard, Alexandra Shipp, Jonah Hauer-King and Edward James Olmos. (PG)

A Star is Born — Bradley Cooper directs and stars in this Oscar nominated film about two singers. Co-stars Lady Gaga. (R)

Alita: Battle Angel — Previously deactivated, a cyborg is revived, but she is unable to remember anything from her past life in this new action/romance from director Robert Rodriguez. Jennifer Connelly, Christoph Waltz, Rosa Salazar and Mahershala Ali are among the cast members. (PG-13)

Aquaman — Justice League member Aquaman (Jason Momoa) learns that he is the heir to an underwater world of Atlantis and must battle a relative (Jason Patrick) to become the leader his people need. (PG-13)

Bohemian Rhapsody — The career of rock band Queen is recreated in this drama. Features music by Queen. (PG-13)

Bumblebee — Set in 1987, Bumblebee, a broken, scarred Transformer, seeks refuge in a California junkyard before being discovered by a teenager named Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld). (PG-13)

Cold Pursuit — When his son is killed, a snowplow driver (Liam Neeson) vows to seek revenge on the person or people responsible in this new thriller from director Hans Petter Moland. Also stars Laura Dern, Micheal Richarson, Tom Bateman, Domenick Lombardozzi, Jim Shield and Emmy Rossum. (R)

Escape Room — Six people who don't know each other are forced to use their wits to survive a dangerous situation in director Adam Robitel's new thriller. Stars Taylor Russell, Deborah Ann Woll and Logan Miller. (PG-13)

Glass — David Dunn is a security guard who relies on his supernatural abilities to track Kevin Wendell Crumb, a disturbed man possessing 24 personalities in this followup to "Split" and "Unbreakable." Stars James McAvoy, Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis. (PG-13)

Green Book — A bouncer (Viggo Mortensen) finds work as a driver for an African-American classical pianist (Mahershala Ali) on a tour throughout the American south in the 1960s. (PG-13)

The Grinch — A grumpy being known as the Grinch tries to spoil Christmas for everyone in Whoville. (PG)

Happy Death Day 2 U — Tree Gelbman learns that the act of dying over and over again was shockingly easier than the terrible danger that lurks around the corner in director Christopher Landon's latest film. Stars Ruby Modine, Jessica Rothe, Rachel Mattews and Israel Broussard. (PG-13)

Instant Family — A couple think they are ready to adopt, but they aren't. (PG-13)

Isn't It Romantic — Rebel Wilson portrays a young woman who has grown tired of romantic cliches and the fortune of others. The woman is stunned to see that she in fact is trapped inside a romantic comedy, where love and good fortune are in the air. Co-stars Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine, Priyanka Chopra, Tom Ellis, Jennifer Saunders and Betty Gilpin. (PG-13)

The Kid Who Would Be King — Writer-director Joe Cornish presents this new movie about a group of kids, who pool their confidence and resources to go head to head with a dangerous, medieval enemy. Stars Rebecca Ferguson, Patrick Stewart and Louis Ashborne Serkis. (PG)

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part — Lego Duplo invaders threaten the safety and happiness of the Lego heroes in this animated sequel, which features the voices of Chris Pratt, Tiffany Haddish, Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks, Stephanie Beatriz, Alisoin Brie, Will Ferrell, Maya Rudolph and Channing Tatum. (PG)

Miss Bala — Gina Rodriguez plays a woman named Gloria, who discovers a confidence and physical strength she never knew she had before in diretgor Catherine Hardwicke's new film. Gloria becomes more daring after being pulled into the dangers of cross-border crime. Also stars Anthony Mackie and Cristina Rodlo. (PG-13)

The Mule — Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this drama about a 90-year-old World War II veteran, who is caught transporting $3 million worth of cocaine for a Mexican drug cartel. Also stars Bradley Cooper, Andy Garcia, Laurence Fishburne, Diane Wiest. (R)

The Prodigy — A young boy demonstrates odd behavior, causing his concerned mother to wonder if something supernatural is involved. Cast members include Taylor Schilling, Jackson Robert Scott, Brittany Allen, Elisa Moolecherry and Ashley Black. (R)

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — Ambitious Miles Morales becomes the Spider-Man in his reality and meets his counterparts from other dimensions. (PG)

The Upside — Nicole Kidman, Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston star in this new comedy based on the bond between a wealthy quadriplegic and the unemployed, shady individual who is hired to help him. Co-stars Julianna Margulies, Tate Donovan and Genevieve Angelson. (PG-13)

Vice — Parts of the life of Dick Cheney comprise this film, which stars Christian Bale. (R)

What Men Want — Male sports agents do their best to shut out a woman (Taraji P. Henson), who ends up acquiring an edge over her snooty colleagues — she harbors the ability to hear men's thoughts. Co-stars Josh Brener, Richard Roundtree, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Erykah Badu, Tracy Morgan, Brian Bosworth and Aldis Hodge. (R)