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

Beirut — CIA operatives are forced to send a former U.S. diplomat to try and negotiate for the life of a friend he abandoned. Stars Rosamund Pike, Jon Hamm, Shea Whigham, Dean Norris, Mark Pellegrino and Leila Bekhti. (R)

Rampage — Davis has an impressive bond with George, an intelligent gorilla who suffers from a failed experiment. The experiment transforms George into a raging monster who seemingly grows in size each day. Stars Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jake Lacy, Marley Shelton and Malin Akerman. (PG-13)

Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero — Sgt. Stubby is a stray dog who gains the attention of a soldier during World War I in this new animated feature. Sgt. Stubby's adventures make him the most decorated dog in U.S. history. (PG)

Truth or Dare — A harmless Truth or Dare game takes an unexpected, dangerous turn among friends. Those who tell a lie or ignore a dare find themselves being punished. Stars Tyler Posey, Lucy Hale, Violett Beane, Landon Liboiron and Morgan Lindholm. (PG-13)

Now Playing

Black Panther — Following the death of his father, T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns to Wakanda, an isolated, technologically advanced region in Africa, in this Marvel adventure. (PG-13) 

Blockers — Three parents make it their life's mission to prevent their children from having sexual relations on prom night. Stars Leslie Mann, John Cena, Kathryn Newton and Ramona Young. (R)

Chappaquiddick — Director John Curran's new film depicts Ted Kennedy's involvement in a late-1960s car crash that claimed the life of Mary Jo Kopechne, a young campaign strategist. Stars Kate Mara, Ed Helms, Olivia Thirlby, Clancy Brown, Jason Clarke, Bruce Dern and Jim Gaffigan. (PG-13)

Death Wish — Bruce Willis is Paul Kersey, an even-tempered man who transforms into a seemingly unstoppable vigilante after his family is violently attacked by robbers in director Eli Roth's new film. Also stars Elisabeth Shue, Vincent D'Onofrio, Dean Norris, Kimberly Elise, Camila Morrone and Jack Kesy. (R)

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

Game Night — Friends gather for a regular night of games, but slowly learn that the so-called pretend murder-mystery they are trying to solve could hit closer to home in this new comedy. (R)

God's Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness — Pastor Dave faces one of his biggest challenges yet when his university-based church burns to the ground in director Michael Mason's new film. The pastor's strength and faith are tested. Stars David A.R. White, John Corbett and Jennifer Taylor. (PG)

The Greatest Showman — Hugh Jackman stars in this musical based on P.T. Barnum. (PG)

I Can Only Imagine — Based on a true story, this film showcases the inspiration behind MercyMe's chart-topping, genre-hopping single, "I Can Only Imagine." Adopted by many as an anthem of hope following the 9/11 attacks, the song was created by the band's lead singer, who underwent a journey full of despair, hope and forgiveness. (PG)

The Miracle Season — A volleyball team's best player dies tragically, forcing the surviving team members to regain their spark and heed the guidance from their gruff coach (Helen Hunt). The high school players feel they must gain back their spirit to compete in the state championship game. (PG)

Pacific Rim Uprising — Jake, who is the son of Stacker Pentecost, re-joins Mako Mori to guide a set of new Jaeger pilots against a new, massive threat in this sci-fi adventure from director Steven S. DeKnight. Among these new pilots is Jake's fierce rival. (PG-13)

Paul, Apostle of Christ — Director/writer Andrew Hyatt's new film follows Paul (James Faulkner), who transforms from one of the largest opponents of Christianity to Jesus' most influential apostle. Co-stars Jim Caviezel, Joanne Whalley, John Lynch and Yorgos Karaminhos. (PG-13)

Peter Rabbit — This animated, big-screen version of Beatrix Potter's popular story focuses on the rebellious nature of a rabbit, who vows to sneak into a farmer's large vegetable garden. Features the voices of James Corden, Fayssal Bazzi, Domhnall Gleeson and Daisy Ridley. (PG)

A Quiet Place — Director/actor John Krasinksi (TV's "The Office") presents this new thriller about a family that is forced to live in silence in a remote area. The family seeks safety away from what appears to be creatures who hunt by tracking sound. Co-stars Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe. (PG-13)

Ready Player One — Steven Spielberg's new film shows what happens when a virtual reality creator challenges his users to search for clues. The person who finds the clues will win the creator's inheritance. Stars Tye Sheridan, Ben Mendelsohn, Lena Waithe and Olivia Cooke. (PG-13)

Sherlock Gnomes — Gnomeo and Juliet, two crafty gnomes, hire the expert services of Sherlock Gnomes to look into the strange disappearance of various garden ornaments in this new animated film. Features the voices of Mary J. Blige, Emily Blunt, Kelly Asbury and Julio Bonet. (PG)

Tomb Raider — Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) is a bold, skillful 21-year-old individual who pushes herself into danger more than once in this new film. Lara begins to search an island, the same island where her adventure-seeking father disappeared. (PG-13)

Winchester — A firearms heiress thinks she's being haunted. (PG-13)

A Wrinkle in Time — A science-loving father (Chris Pine) disappears, which causes his daughter (Storm Reid) and her brother to begin searching in director Ava DuVernay's new fantasy-adventure. (PG)