"21 & Over (R): It's another raunchy comedy, this one about a young man (Miles Teller) celebrating his 21st birthday with his friends during a wild night of debauchery. We've all been there.
"Jack the Giant Slayer" (PG-13): This riff on the old "Jack and the Beanstalk" fable stars Nicholas Hoult ("Warm Bodies") as a young man battling hordes of CGI giants. It's directed by Bryan Singer ("The Usual Suspects," "X-Men"), which gives us hope that there's more here than dull, "Clash of the Titans"-style crash and bang.
"The Last Exorcism Part II" (R): Ashley Bell returns as a young woman who has a knack for attracting demons and shaky hand-held camerawork. We can't wait.
"Lore" (NR): At the end of World War II, a German teenager must lead her younger siblings across her devastated country after her parents, devoted Nazis, are captured by the Allies. In German with subtitles.
"No" (R): This Oscar-nominated Chilean drama revisits a piece of that country's history: the unexpected ouster of dictator Augusto Pinochet Ugarte in 1988 with the help of a brilliant advertising campaign. In Spanish with subtitles. San Francisco only; elsewhere March 8
"Phantom" (R): Based on a true story, this Cold War thriller follows a troubled Soviet submarine captain sent on a secret mission that could spark World War III. Ed Harris stars.
"A Place at the Table" (PG): This documentary explores