FEEL THE NOISE
After a run-in with local thugs, an aspiring New York rapper (B2K’s Omarion Grandberry) flees to Puerto Rico and the father (Giancarlo Esposito) he never knew, bonding with his teenage stepbrother (“Raising Victor Vargas’ ” Victor Rasuk) and finding his salvation in reggaeton. Jennifer Lopez produces this musical drama. At multiple locations. (86 minutes) PG-13; sexual content and references, violence, drug use, profanity.
THE JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB
The six members of the title gathering meet to discuss Jane Austen’s six beloved novels — and ponder how uncannily their plots reflect their own lives — in an adaptation of Karen Joy Fowler’s best-seller. Maria Bello, Kathy Baker, Emily Blunt, Amy Brenneman and “Evening’s” Hugh Dancy play the members of the club; Lynn Redgrave, Jimmy Smits, Mark Blucas and Maggie Grace co-star for writer-director Robin Swicord, whose literary adaptations range from “Little Women” to “Memoirs of a Geisha.” At multiple locations. (105 minutes) PG-13; mature themes, sexual content, brief profanity, drug use.
SEA MONSTERS: A PREHISTORIC ADVENTURE
Go under the sea — and back in time — with an IMAX 3-D documentary from National Geographic combining animation and dramatic re-creations to depict life in the Late Cretaceous Era, when the denizens of the deep ranged from giant turtles and fierce sharks to the most dangerous sea monster of all, the mosasaur. At the Luxor. (40 minutes) NR; all ages.
THE SEEKER: THE DARK IS RISING
A young man (Alexander Ludwig) discovers he’s the last in a line of immortal warriors dedicated to battling the forces of the Dark — and destined to time-trip from the past to the future to find clues leading him to a fateful showdown. Ian McShane, Frances Conroy, Christopher Eccleston, Gregory Smith and Jonathan Jackson co-star in this adventure based on Susan Cooper’s award-winning books. At multiple locations. (94 minutes) PG; fantasy action, scary images.
— By CAROL CLING