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

Opened Wednesday

A Bad Moms Christmas — Three exhausted, over-burdened women decide to rebel against their responsibilities and take on what they feel is the Super Bowl for mothers: Christmas. Stars Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Cheryl Hines, Jay Hernandez, Justin Hartley, Susan Sarandon and Peter Gallagher. (R)

Opened Thursday

Thor: Ragnarok — Thor (Chris Hemsworth), the hammer-swinging Avenger, is thrown into a prison and forced to fight with his former ally, Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), in director Taika Waititi's newest film. Thor also must battle Hela (Cate Blanchett), who is bent on destroying Thor's people, the Asgardian civilization. Co-stars Tom Hiddleston, Jeff Goldblum, Idris Elba, Anthony Hopkins, Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel House. (PG-13)

Now Playing

American Assassin — Mitch Rapp (Dylan O'Brien) is a counter-terrorism agent whose job and personal life fall into jeopardy when he is tasked with going head to head with a notoriously dangerous gunman (Michael Keaton). (R)

American Made — Tom Cruise plays a pilot who lands work for the CIA and as a drug runner in the south during the 1980s. Also stars Domhnall Gleeson, Sarah Wright, Jesse Plemons and Caleb Landry Jones. (R)

Blade Runner 2049 — A young Blade Runner (Ryan Gosling) discovers a secret that leads him to track down an older, missing Blade Runner named Deckard (Harrison Ford). (R)

Cars 3 — Lighting McQueen races again in this animated sequel. (G)

Despicable Me 3 — Gru, the minions and Gru's brother find adventure. (PG)

The Emoji Movie — An emoji named Gene sets out to become a normal emoji in this animated tale. (PG)

The Foreigner — A good-hearted businessman (Jackie Chan) has thoughts of revenge after a relative falls victim to an act of terrorism. The man tries to learn the identities of those who are guilty of the crime, and harsh words with a government official could lead to more clues. Co-stars Pierce Brosnan. (R)

Geostorm — Director Dean Devlin's new sci-fi thriller shows what happens when the satellites designed to control the world's weather attack Earth. A team of individuals try to defeat the threat, hoping that a global geostorm doesn't destroy everything. Stars Gerard Butler, Abbie Cornish and Alexandra Maria Lara. (PG-13)

Happy Death Day — A young student must relive the day she was murdered in director Christopher Landon's latest film. The student is greeted with details of her demise each day as she tries to learn the killer's identity. (PG-13)

It — Bullied kids form a group in an effort to stand up against an unspeakable evil in the form of a clown. (R)

Jigsaw — The body count continues to rise in one city, and the gruesome deeds seemingly belong to John Kramer, also known as Jigsaw. Authorities then seem puzzled because Kramer has been dead for a decade. Stars Tobin Bell, Hannah Emily Anderson, Cle Bennett and Brittany Allen. (R)

Kingsman: The Golden Circle — After their operations base is destroyed and society is held hostage, the Kingsman cross paths with an allied spy organization. The Kingsman are hoping that a new bond with the ally will enable them to defeat their common target. (R)

Let There Be Light — An atheist experiences a life-changing event, which forces him to reconsider his beliefs and outlook on society in director/actor Kevin Sorbo's new film. Also stars Daniel Roebuck, Sam Sorbo, Leander Suleiman, Olivia Fox, Dionne Warwick, Donielle Artese, Gary Grubbs and Walnette Marie Santiago. (PG-13)

Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House — Director/co-writer Peter Landesman's latest movie follows Mark Felt (Liam Neeson), who under the name "Deep Throat," aided journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward during their investigation of the Watergate scandal in 1972. Co-stars Diane Lane, Marton Csokas, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Kate Walsh, Tony Goldwyn and Tom Sizemore. (PG-13)

The Mountain Between Us — A plane crash leaves two strangers (Kate Winslet and Idris Elba) deserted, and they are forced to get along if they wish to survive the icy elements. The duo begin to lose hope when they think that help won't come to their rescue. (PG-13)

Only the Brave — Based on a true story, this film showcases a band of highly skilled firefighters, who vow to protect a town from a massive wildfire. Known as the Granite Mountain Hotshots, the firefighters encounter a few surprises along their dangerous journey. Stars Josh Brolin, Jeff Bridges, Jennifer Connelly and Miles Teller. (PG-13)

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women — This new film examines William Moulton Marston, the psychologist who created one of the most famous comic book characters of all time. The relationship between the man's wife and mistress helped inspire Marston's creation, which itself initially garnered controversy. (R)

The Lego Ninjago Movie — Young ninjas named Jay, Lloyd, Kai, Cole, Nya and Zane are gifted warriors who are handed the opportunity to defend Ninjago, their island home, in this animated film. (PG)

Same Kind of Different as Me — Ron Hall (Greg Kinnear) is a global art dealer who is tasked with befriending a dangerous homeless man. Hall must help the person if he wants to save his crumbling relationship with his wife, whose dreams will touch both men. Stars Renee Zellweger, Djimon Hounsou, Jon Voight, Olivia Holt and Peyton Wich. (PG-13)

The Snowman — Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Ferguson, J.K. Simmons and Val Kilmer star in this thriller about the strange disappearance of a woman, whose scarf is discovered around the neck of a sinister-looking snowman. Co-stars James D'Arcy, David Dencik, Genevieve O'Reilly and Chloe Sevigny. (R)

Spider-Man: Homecoming — The young hero (Tom Holland) comes to grip with his powers while battling Vulture (Michael Keaton). (PG-13)

Suburbicon — Director George Clooney's new drama shows how a family reacts to a home invasion one night in an otherwise quiet, peaceful town. Stars Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Oscar Isaac, Jack Conley, Inbal Amirav, Michael D. Cohen and Megan Ferguson. (R)

Thank You For Your Service — Following their duty in Iraq, U.S. soldiers wrestle with various obstacles while trying to integrate back to family living. Recurring visions of war and violent memories threaten to change their lives forever. Stars Miles Teller, Haley Bennett, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Amy Schumer, Kate Lyn Sheil, Kerry Cahill, Scott Haze, Cecil M. Henry and Omar J. Dorsey. (R)

Tyler Perry's Boo 2! A Madea Halloween — The talkative, pistol-packing Madea (Tyler Perry) enlists relatives to join her for an investigation into a haunted campground in Perry's latest comedy. When Madea and her family see the monsters and goblins that are lingering around the campsites, the three make a run for their lives. (PG-13)