Ratings by the Motion Picture Association of America are: (G) for general audiences; (PG) parental guidance urged because of material possibly unsuitable for children; (PG-13) parents are strongly cautioned to give guidance for attendance of children younger than 13; (R) restricted, younger than 17 admitted only with parent or adult guardian; (NC-17) no one younger than 17 admitted.
"Adult World" - A recent college graduate aspiring to be a famous poet takes the only job she can find, in an adult bookstore, and seeks out a mentor in an aging punk poet. With Emma Roberts, Evan Peters and John Cusack. Written by Andy Cochran. Directed by Scott Coffey. (1:33) R.
"After the Dark" - Faced with an impending nuclear apocalypse, 20 college students must determine which 10 of them will take shelter underground to restart the human race, and their decision process quickly turns deadly. With James D'Arcy, Bonnie Wright and Sophie Lowe. Written and directed by John Huddles. (1:47) R.
"Almost Human" - A string of grisly murders gives a man reason to believe that his friend who disappeared in a brilliant flash of light two years ago has returned, with something evil inside him. With Graham Skipper, Josh Ethier and Vanessa Leigh. Written and directed by Joe Begos. (1:20) NR.
"Angels in Stardust" - An imaginative teenage girl tries to escape the world she was born into, a dangerous community built on a deserted drive-in movie lot along the Texas-Oklahoma border. With Alicia Silverstone, A.J. Michalka and Billy Burke. Written and directed by William Robert Carey. (1:41) PG-13.
"The Attorney" - A materialistic tax lawyer takes up the case of a local teenager falsely accused of a political crime in 1980s South Korea. With Song Kang-ho, Kim Young-ae and Oh Dal-su. Written by Yang Woo-seok and Yoon Hyun-ho. Directed by Yang. In Korean with English subtitles. (2:07) NR.
"Barefoot" - The black-sheep son of a wealthy family meets a free-spirited woman who has lived her entire life in isolation and takes her home for his brother's wedding, where an improbable romance blooms. With Evan Rachel Wood, Scott Speedman and J.K. Simmons. Written by Stephen Zotnowski. Directed by Andrew Fleming. (1:30) PG-13.
"Beijing Love Story" - Various Beijing couples confront love, romance and commitment, including a couple looking toward a trip to Greece to confront their own infidelity and a pregnant woman who must choose between her husband and an ex-love. With Tony Leung Ka Fai, Wang Xuebing and Siqin Gaowa. Written and directed by Chen Sicheng. In Mandarin, with English and Chinese subtitles. (2:02) NR.
"Black Out" - On the day before his wedding, a retired criminal wakes up next to a murdered man with no recollection of what happened the night before. With Raymond Thiry, Kim Van Kooten and Renee Fokker. Written by Melle Runderkamp and Arne Toonen. Directed by Toonen. In Dutch with English subtitles. (1:31) NR.
"Cavemen" - Fed up with one-night stands and empty relationships, a Los Angeles playboy tries to find real love for the first time, with help from his 9-year-old nephew and his best friend. With Skylar Astin, Camilla Belle and Alexis Knapp. Written and directed by Herschel Faber. (1:35) NR.
"Child's Pose" - A well-to-do Bucharest architect will stop at nothing to keep her thirtysomething deadbeat son out of jail after a deadly car crash. With Luminita Gheorghiu, Bogdan Dumitrache and Florin Zamfirescu. Written by Calin Peter Netzer and Razvan Radulescu. Directed by Netzer. In Romanian with English subtitles. (1:52) NR.
"Date and Switch" - Two high-school seniors and longtime friends make a pact to help each other lose their virginity before senior prom, but their agreement takes an unexpected turn when one of them announces he's gay. With Nicholas Braun, Hunter Cope and Dakota Johnson. Written by Alan Yang. Directed by Chris Nelson. (1:31) R.
"Down and Dangerous" - An expert smuggler forced by violent drug traffickers to bring cocaine across the Mexican border plans to rid himself of their hold over him, but a beautiful woman from his past complicates things. With John T. Woods, Paulie Rojas and Judd Nelson. Written and directed by Zak Forsman. (1:35) NR.
"Easy Money: Hard to Kill" - A once-promising business student and former coke smuggler on leave from prison tries to get back on the straight and narrow in this sequel to the 2010 Swedsih thriller "Easy Money." With Joel Kinnaman, Matias Varela and Dragomir Mrsic. Written by Maria Karlsson. Directed by Babak Najafi. In Swedish with English subtitles. (1:37) NR.
"A Field in England" - During the English Civil War, a group of deserters are captured by an alchemist and forced to aid him in his search for a hidden treasure. Written and directed by Ben Wheatley. (1:31) NR.
"Girl on a Bicycle" - An Italian tour bus driver in Paris who has just mustered the courage to propose to his flight attendant girlfriend suddenly becomes infatuated with a young woman he spies riding a bicycle. With Nora Tschirner, Vincenzo Amato and Paddy Considine. Written and directed by Jeremy Leven. (1:41) R.
"Hank: Five Years From the Brink" - A documentary about Hank Paulson, the former Goldman Sachs CEO and Treasury secretary who was the architect of the 2008 bank bailout. Directed by Joe Berlinger. (1:26) NR.
"Holy Ghost People" - A teenager searching for her lost sister in the Appalachian Mountains encounters a snake-handling religious cult. With Emma Greenwalt, Cameron Richardson and Joe Egender. Written by Egender, Phil Flores, Kevin Arigue and Mitchell Altieri. Directed by Altieri. (1:22) R.
"In Bloom" - Two 14-year-old girls come of age in Tbilisi, the capital of the newly independent Georgia after the collapse of the Soviet Union. With Lika Babluani and Mariam Bokeria. Written by Nana Ekvtimishvili. Directed by Ekvtimishvili and Simon Gross. In Georgian with English subtitles. (1:42) NR.
"In Secret" - In 1860s Paris, a repressed young woman trapped in a loveless marriage embarks on an illicit affair with her husband's childhood friend. With Elizabeth Olsen, Oscar Isaac and Tom Felton. Written and directed by Charlie Stratton. (1:42) R.
"The Last of the Unjust" - A documentary about Benjamin Murmelstein, the last president of the Jewish Council in the Theresienstadt ghetto in Czechoslovakia, featuring interviews filmed in 1975 and 2012. Directed by Claude Lanzmann. In French and German, with English subtitles. (3:38) PG-13.
"Nurse 3D" - A nurse by day who prowls nightclubs after hours takes an unhealthy interest in a new co-worker. With Paz de la Huerta, Katrina Bowden and Corbin Bleu. Written by Douglas Aarniokoski and David Loughery. Directed by Aarniokoski. In 3-D. (1:24) R.
"Omar" - A young Palestinian man becomes a freedom fighter and must face painful choices about life, love and resistance. With Adam Bakri, Eyad Hourani and Samer Bisharat. Written and directed by Hany Abu-Assad. In Arabic and Hebrew, with English subtitles. (1:38) NR.
"Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary" - Two programs showcasing this year's Academy Award-nominated documentary short films. Multiple actors, writers and directors. (1:37, 1:27) NR.
"The Outsider" - A British mercenary is called from Afghanistan to Los Angeles to identify his deceased daughter, but when the body isn't hers, he goes on a mission to find her. With Jason Patric, James Caan and Craig Fairbrass. Written by Fairbrass and Brian A. Miller. Directed by Fairbrass. (1:34) NR.
"The Pretty One" - When her stylish, outgoing twin sister is killed in a car accident, a shy young woman decides to step into her sibling's life rather than continue her own. With Zoe Kazan, Jake Johnson and Ron Livingston. Written and directed by Jenee LaMarque. (1:35) R.
"The Returned" - In a post-zombie world where the infected can be treated with regular injections but are stigmatized by "anti-Return" groups, a young couple with a long-held secret fight to survive. With Kris Holden-Reid, Emily Hampshire and Shawn Doyle. Written by Hatem Khraiche. Directed by Manuel Carballo.(1:38) NR.
"7 Boxes" - In Paraguay, a 17-year-old wheelbarrow courier who dreams of fame takes on a delivery job promising a quick $100, only to get mixed up with thieves, rival gangs and the police. With Celso Franco, Victor Sosa and Lali Gonzalez. Written by Juan Carlos Maneglia. Directed by Maneglia and Tana Schembori. In Spanish with English subtitles. (1:40) NR.
"A Stranger in Paradise" - When the SEC investigates the head of his multibillion-dollar hedge fund for insider dealing, a trader is compelled to take a vacation to Bangkok and gets enangled up with the Thai mafia. With Colin Egglesfield, Catalina Sandino Moreno and Stuart Townsend. Written by Corrado Boccia, Taryn Hillin, Wes Schuck and Ryan Sturgis. Directed by Boccia. (1:25) NR.
"Visitors" - A wordless documentary portrait of modern life exploring humanity's relationship with technology. Directed by Godfrey Reggio. (1:27) NR.
"Welcome to the Jungle" - Office workers are stranded on a desert island when a corporate retreat led by an unhinged former Marine goes horribly wrong. With Jean-Claude Van Damme, Adam Brody and Kristen Schaal. Written by Jeff Kauffmann. Directed by Rob Meltzer. (1:35) R.
"The Wind Rises" - An animated biopic about Jiro Horikoshi, the designer of the Zero, Japan's World War II fighter plane. With the voices of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, John Krasinski and Emily Blunt. Written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. (2:06) PG-13.