New Friday

THE HEDGEHOG — A serious, pessimistic 11-year-old girl plans on killing herself on her next birthday, but begins to rethink her vow while studying the people around her. 100 minutes; Not rated; (Broadway); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★½

THE IDES OF MARCH — A young campaign press secretary for a presidential candidate finds himself involved in a political scandal days before an important primary election. 101 minutes; R (pervasive language); By Bill Goodykoontz, Gannett: ★★★

MACHINE GUN PREACHER — A formerly rough, drug dealing biker finds religion and makes it his personal crusade to help kidnapped and orphaned Sudanese children. 127 minutes; R (violent content including disturbing images, language, some drug use and a scene of sexuality); (Broadway); Christy Lemire, Associated Press: ★★

REAL STEEL — A washed-up robot fighter teams up with his recently discovered 11-year-old son to train a robot with potential to win. 127 minutes; PG-13 (some violence, intense action and brief language); By David Germain, Associated Press: ★1/2

RESTLESS — A terminally ill teenage girl falls in love with a boy who likes to attend funerals, and the two find common ground through their unique experiences. 91 minutes; PG-13 (thematic elements and brief sensuality); (Broadway); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★

Special Screenings

CORALINE — Free screening (Oct. 10, 6:30 p.m.: Orem Library)

DOLPHIN TALE 3D — (Layton Hills, Carmike 12, Ritz, Wynnsong, Century South Salt Lake, Cinemark American Fork, Provo Towne Center, Jordan Landing, Cinemark Bountiful, Tinseltown Ogden, Tinseltown Layton, University Mall, Cinemark Draper, Cinemark Farmington, Gateway, Junction, Jordan Commons, District, Thanksgiving Point)

FEMALE TROUBLE — Free screening (Oct. 10, 7 p.m.: Tower)

THE LAST MIMZY — Free screening (Oct. 12, 7 p.m.: Sorenson Unity Center)

LION KING 3D — (Layton Hills, Carmike 12, Ritz, Wynnsong, Century South Salt Lake, Century Sandy, Cinemark American Fork, Provo Towne Center, Jordan Landing, Cinemark Bountiful, Tinseltown Ogden, Tinseltown Layton, University Mall, Cinemark Draper, Cinemark Park City, Cinemark Farmington, Gateway, Junction, Jordan Commons, District)

MIA AND MIGOO — Free screening (Oct. 8, 10 a.m.: Sorenson Unity Center)

THE PENALTY — Organ Loft screening (Oct. 7, 7:30 p.m.: The Organ Loft)

PSYCHO — Tower of Terror (Oct. 7-10, 11 p.m.; Oct. 9, noon: Tower)

SALT LAKE FREEDOM FILM AND STORYTELLING FESTIVAL — (Oct, 8, 4 p.m.: Fort Douglas)

SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES — Free screening (Oct. 7, 6:30 p.m.: Orem Library)

THE THING — Film Buff Night at Brewvies (Oct. 10, 10 p.m.: Brewvies, must be 21 or older)

THE UNFAILING RADIO WAVE — Asian Film Festival (Oct. 12, 7 p.m.: Wildcat Theater, Weber State University)

LARGE FORMAT

BORN TO BE WILD — A documentary about orphaned orangutans and elephants. 40 minutes; G (nothing offensive) (Clark Planetarium)

DINOSAURS ALIVE — American Museum of Natural History paleontologists explore dinosaur history. (Thanksgiving Point)

SEA REX 3D: JOURNEY TO A PREHISTORIC WORLD — A large-screen short about extinct deep-sea life forms. Shown in 3-D; 30 minutes; not rated, probable G (nothing offensive) (Clark Planetarium)

WAKING THE T-REX — This documentary tells the story of Sue, the largest, most complete T-rex ever discovered by paleontologists. (Thanksgiving Point)

CONTINUING FILMS

50/50 — This comedy shows two best friends whose lives are completely changed when one of them is diagnosed with cancer. 99 minutes; R (language throughout, sexual content and some drug use): Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★

ABDUCTION ?— A young man finds his baby picture on a missing persons website and sets out to find the truth about his past. 106 minutes; PG-13 (sequences of intense violence and action, brief language, some sexual content and teen partying); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★

APOLLO 18 — Almost 40 years after two American astronauts were sent on a final secret mission, footage reveals the reason the U.S. has never returned to the moon. 90 minutes; PG-13 (some disturbing sequences, and language); Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune: ★★1/2

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER — A man (Chris Evans) volunteers for a secret experimental program and becomes super soldier Captain America. 125 minutes; PG-13 (intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action); Shawn O'Neill, for the Deseret News: ★★★

CARS 2 — Race car Lightning McQueen and tow truck Mater travel to the World Grand Prix to find the world's fastest car. 113 minutes; G (nothing offensive); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★

COLOMBIANA — A young woman becomes a professional assassin and vows to hunt down those responsible for her parents' murder. 107 minutes; PG-13 (violence, disturbing images, intense sequences of action, sexuality and brief strong language); Christy Lemire, AP: ★★1/2

CONAN THE BARBARIAN — A fierce warrior faces battle to avenge the murder of his father and the slaughter of his village. 112 minutes; R (strong bloody violence, some sexuality and nudity); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★

CONTAGION — As a lethal, airborne virus rapidly spreads, a group of international doctors must find a cure. 105 minutes; PG-13 (disturbing content and some language); Shawn O'Neill, for the Deseret News: ★★

COURAGEOUS — Four police officers go from being confident and focused to struggling with their faith and family roles when a tragedy strikes close to home. 130 minutes; PG-13 (some violence and drug content); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★1/2

COWBOYS AND ALIENS — A stranger must help save a small town in Arizona in 1873 when an alien spaceship invades the region. 118 minutes; PG-13 (intense sequences of western and sci-fi action and violence, some partial nudity and a brief crude reference); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★½

CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE — A man's seemingly perfect life unravels when his wife decides she wants a divorce. 118 minutes; PG-13 (coarse humor, sexual content and language); Jeff Peterson, for the Deseret News: ★★★1/2

THE DEBT — Three secret agents have spent decades being revered by their country for locating a Nazi war criminal in 1966, but in 1997 they find out their mission may not have been completed. 114 minutes; R (violence and language); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel ★★★

DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK — A young girl moves in with her father and his girlfriend and finds menacing creatures in their basement. 99 minutes; R (violence and terror); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★½

DOLPHIN TALE — Dolphin Tale follows a young boy, a prosthetics doctor and a marine biologist as they try to rehabilitate a dolphin that lost its tail in a crab trap. 113 minutes; PG (some mild thematic elements); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★1/2

DRIVE — A stunt performer spends his nights driving getaway vehicles and gets distracted by love and becomes involved in a bad heist. 100 minutes; R (strong brutal bloody violence, language and some nudity); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★

DREAM HOUSE — A family moves into a quiet New England neighborhood only to find themselves living in a former murder scene. 92 minutes; PG-13 (violence, terror, some sexuality and brief strong language); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★1/2

FINAL DESTINATION 5 — This fifth installment in the Final Destination series follows a group of people who survive a suspension bridge collapse and must continue to run from death. 92 minutes; R (strong violent/gruesome accidents, and some language; Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★½

FRIGHT NIGHT — A teenager (Anton Yelchin) must stop his new vampire neighbor (Colin Farrell) from preying on unsuspecting and trusting victims. 106 minutes; R (bloody horror violence and language including some sexual references); Christy Lemire, Associated Press: ★★½

HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2 — In the final film of the series, Harry, Ron and Hermione work to destroy Voldemort's remaining horcruxes in an ultimate battle between good and evil. 130 minutes; PG-13 (some sequences of intense action violence and frightening images); Christine Rappleye, Deseret News: ★★★1/2

THE HELP — Based on Kathryn Stockett's novel, the film takes a look at the South during the civil-rights movement through the view of the black maids in the community. Doug Wright, KSL Radio: ★★★★

HIGHER GROUND — The film follows a woman's struggle of spiritual and self-discovery during the 1960s. 110 minutes; R (some language and sexual content); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★

HORRIBLE BOSSES — Three friends plot to remove the drudgery of their jobs by murdering their bosses,. 100 mintues; R (crude and sexual content, pervasive language and some drug material); Doug Wright, KSL Radio: ★★½

I DON'T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT — Sarah Jessica Parker stars as a finance executive trying to juggle marriage, children and the stress of her career. 91 minutes; PG-13 (profanity, sexual references); Shawn O'Neill, for the Deseret News: ★★★

JOSEPH SMITH VOLUME 1: PLATES OF GOLD —The life of Joseph Smith Jr. leading up to his translation of The Book of Mormon and establishment The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 102 minutes; PG (some thematic elements)

KILLER ELITE — A retired member of Britain's Elite Special Air Service travels the world to rescue his mentor by killing three top assassins. 105 minutes; R (strong violence, language and some sexuality/nudity); Christy Lemire, AP: ★★

KUNG FU PANDA 2 — Jack Black returns as the voice of Po the panda, the new kung fu master who must save his friends from an evil villain 90 minutes; PG (sequences of martial arts action and mild violence); Travis Poppleton, for the Deseret News: ★★★★

LION KING 3D — This rerelease of Disney's 1994 animated feature shows the same adventures of Simba the lion cub destined to be king in 3D. 89 minutes; G (nothing offensive); Travis Poppleton, for the Deseret News: ★★★

MIDNIGHT IN PARIS — This romantic comedy follows an engaged couple as they travel to Paris with their family. 100 minutes; PG-13 (some sexual references and smoking); (Broadway); Jeffrey Peterson, for the Deseret News: ★★★★

MONEYBALL — Brad Pitt stars Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane turns his team around on a tight budget and employs methods that will change the world of baseball. 133 minutes; PG-13 (some strong language) ; Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★1/2

ONE DAY — A man (Jim Sturgess) and a woman (Anne Hathaway) begin a friendship on July 15, 1988, that is revisited on the same date for 20 years to show where their lives have taken them. 108 minutes; PG-13 (sexual content, partial nudity, language, some violence and substance abuse); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★

OUR IDIOT BROTHER — A care-free, ever-trusting brother takes a turn at living with each of his responsible sisters. 90 minutes; R (sexual content including nudity, and for language throughout); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★½

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES — Jack Sparrow and Barbossa as they journey to find the fountain of youth. 145 minutes; PG-13 (intense sequences of action/adventure violence, some frightening images and some sensuality/innuendo); Trent Toone, Deseret News: ★★★

RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES — A genetic engineering experiment leads to a war between humans and apes. 105 minutes; PG-13 (violence, terror, some sexuality and brief strong language); Larry Curtis, Deseret News: ★★★

SARAH'S KEY — An American journalist (Kristin Scott Thomas) travels to France to research the 1942 Vel' d'Hiv Roundup. 111 minutes; PG-13 (thematic material including disturbing situations involving the Holocaust); (Broadway); Moira Macdonald, The Seattle Times: ★★1/2

SENNA — This documentary tells the story of Brazilian race car driver Ayrton Senna before his death at age 34. 106 minutes; PG-13 (some strong language and disturbing images); (Broadway); Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune: ★★★

SHARK NIGHT 3D — What was supposed to be a vacation turns into a nightmare for a group of college students. 95 minutes; PG-13 (violence and terror, disturbing images, sexual references, partial nudity, language and thematic material); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★

THE SMURFS — The evil wizard Gargamel forces the Smurfs from their village into New York City. 86 minutes; PG (some mild rude humor and action); Blair Howell, for the Deseret News: ★

SPY KIDS: ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD — A retired spy brings her stepchildren into the world of being a secret agent when she is called to stop the Timekeeper's evil plan to take over the world. 89 minutes; PG (mild action, rude humor); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★½

SUPER 8 — A group of friends witnesses a train crash during the summer of 1979. What they thought was an accident turns out to be something more. 112 minutes; PG-13 (intense sequence of sci-fi action and violence, language and some drug use); Christy Lemire, AP: ★★★

TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON — The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the Moon and race against the Decepticons to reach it. 140 minutes; PG-13 (intense prolonged sequences of sci-fi action violence, mayhem and destruction, and for language, some sexuality and innuendo): Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★½

TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL — Two men go on vacation to a backwoods cabin where a group of college students mistake them for murderous hillbillies. 89 minutes; R (bloody horror violence, language and brief nudity); (Tower); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★1/2

WARRIOR — A son returns home to receive training from his father for a mixed martial arts tournament and is forced to fight against his brother. 139 minutes; PG-13 (sequences of intense mixed martial arts fighting, some language and thematic material); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★

WHAT'S YOUR NUMBER? — A woman fears she may be alone forever and decides to search for her best "ex," hoping one of them could be her true love. 106 minutes; R (sexual content and language); Doug Wright, KSL: ★★

WHISTLEBLOWER — A Nebraska cop (Rachel Weisz)accepts a job working as a peacekeeper in post-war Bosnia where she uncovers corruption in the United Nations. 112 minutes; R (disturbing violent content including a brutal sexual assault, graphic nudity and language); (Broadway); David Germain, AP: ★★

ZOOKEEPER — In order to prevent their beloved caretaker (Kevin James) from leaving for another job, the animals at the Franklin Park Zoo break their silence to help him find true love. 104 minutes; PG (some rude and suggestive humor, and language); Travis Poppleton, for the Deseret News: ★