“How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” sweethearts Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey reunite for this action romp about a newly divorced couple on the trail of long-lost Spanish treasure. Donald Sutherland (as a globe-trotting zillionaire), Ray Winstone (a rival treasure-hunter), Kevin Hart (a treasure-lusting rapper) and his henchmen (Malcolm Jamal-Warner, Brian Hooks) co-star for “Hitch” director Andy Tennant. At multiple locations. (112 minutes.) PG-13; action violence, sexual situations and references, brief nudity, profanity.
KURT COBAIN: ABOUT A SON
Returning to Las Vegas following its local debut at last year’s CineVegas film festival, director AJ Schnack’s documentary features comments from Kurt Cobain (a year before his 1994 suicide), taken from 25 hours of taped interviews with journalist Michael Azzerad, and pairs them with images ranging from Pacific Northwest landscapes to music venues. Part of the CineVegas screening series at Neonopolis. (96 minutes.) NR; profanity, adult themes.
ONE-PIECE: THE DESERT PRINCESS AND THE PIRATES — ADVENTURES IN ALABASTA
In this Japanese animé adventure, dubbed in English, the Straw Hat Pirates are on a quest to save the desert kingdom of Alabasta, where a civil war — sparked by Crocodile and his corrupt Baroque Works gang — threatens to tear Princess Vivi’s homeland apart. In a limited weekend run at the Cannery and Town Square. (55 minutes.) PG-13; violence, sexual content.
VINCE VAUGHN’S WILD WEST COMEDY SHOW
Subtitled “30 Days & 30 Nights — From Hollywood to the Heartland,” this on-the-road comedy documentary follows Vaughn (the master of ceremonies), a few pals (including Justin Long, child actor and producer Peter Billingsley of “A Christmas Story” fame and, for one night, “Swingers” colleague Jon Favreau), plus stand-up comedians Ahmed Ahmed, John Caparulo, Bret Ernst and Sebastian Maniscalco as they barnstorm America on a tour that includes a stop at the Golden Nugget. At multiple locations. (110 minutes.) R; pervasive profanity, sex-related humor.
— By CAROL CLING