WRATH OF THE TITANS In a boulder-strewn Greek past of volcanoes, but no trees, Perseus (Sam Worthington, stoic as ever) is living the life of a village fisherman and single dad to Helius (John Bell). The kid is growing up without religion, without his grandpa. That’s because Perseus knows “There’s no such thing as ‘good gods,’” and his dad, Zeus (Liam Neeson, giving his more than it deserves), is entirely too busy for grandparenting. With Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy, Danny Huston. (1:39) PG-13 for intense sequences of fantasy violence and action. ★★ ½
Mirror Mirror This isn’t your Uncle Walt’s “Snow White.” It’s still kid-friendly, with lots of positive messages, especially for young girls. But this flip and sometimes funny take on the classic fairytale is a mash-up of many such tales, packing in bits of Cinderella and “Beauty and the Beast,” with a touch of Robin Hood for good measure. Anything to dress up one of the blander fairytale heroines from the Grimm Brothers’ canon. With Lily Collins, Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, Nathan Lane. (1:46) PG for some fantasy action and mild rude humor. ★★
Jeff Who Lives at Home Jeff (Jason Segel) is a 30-ish pothead man-child taking up space in his mom’s basement. Older brother Pat (Ed Helms) is a self-centered clod. Without consulting his wife, Linda (Judy Greer), Pat buys himself a Porsche Boxster. Their mother, Sharon (Susan Sarandon), is a world-class enabler. What redeems the characters is that they all want to do better. With Jason Segel, Ed Helms, Susan Sarandon, Judy Greer. (1:23) R for language including sexual references, and some drug use. ★★★
SALMON FISHING IN THE YEMEN A visionary sheik dreams of bringing salmon fishing to the desert a reality. With Emily Blunt, Ewan McGregor, Kristin Scott Thomas and Amr Waked. (1:47). PG-13 for some violence and sexual content, and brief language. ★★ ½
THE HUNGER GAMES In the post-apocalyptic ruins of North America, a teenage girl competes in a nationally televised battle to the death against 23 of her peers. With Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson. (2:22) PG-13. ★★★
OCTOBER BABY After a 19-year-old woman learns that she is adopted and the survivor of an attempted abortion, she goes on a road trip to find answers about her past. With Rachel Hendrix, Jason Burkey and John Schneider. (1:45) PG-13. ★ ½
21 JUMP STREET Two young police officers and ex-classmates go undercover at a local high school to investigate a dangerous drug ring. With Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson and Dave Franco. (1:45) R. ★★★
DR. SEUSS’ THE LORAX A 12-year-old boy trying to win over his dream girl must confront a mysterious grumpy creature who is protective of his homeland. With the voices of Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron and Taylor Swift. PG. (1:41) ★★★ ½
ACT OF VALOR After the rescue of a kidnapped CIA operative leads to the discovery of a terrorist plot against the U.S., a team of Navy Seals attempt to foil the attack. With Roselyn Sanchez, Alex Veadov, Jason Cottle and Nestor Serrano.R. (1:41) ★★ ½
IMAX Theatre at Patriot Park, inside The National Infantry Museum:
Spring Fling Family Film Series Today is the final day. “James and the Giant Peach” screens at 9:15 a.m. today and “The NeverEnding Story” airs at 11:15 a.m. today. Both screenings are free.
Air Racers 3D: Opening today. The Ultimate Air Show Adventure is hosted by “Fast and Furious” co-star Paul Walker who puts viewers in the cockpit for this breathtaking look at aerial racing and acrobatics.
John Carter Opening Friday. John Carter is a former military captain who is inexplicably transported to Mars and becomes embroiled in a conflict of epic proportions among the planet’s inhabitants.
Imax films cost $10 for adults, $9 for seniors/students and military, and $8 for children ages 4-12. Check showtimes at www.nationalinfantrymuseum.com or by calling 706-685-5800