42, PG-13, 2 HRS., 8 MINS.
An old-fashioned drama about how Jackie Robinson broke the color line in professional baseball. B+ Owen Gleiberman
The Big Wedding, R, 1 HR., 30 MINS.
Corny and contrived, but the actors shine in this matrimonial ensemble comedy notably Robert De Niro and Diane Keaton as a divorced couple pretending to be married. B Owen Gleiberman
Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay, Not Rated, 1 HR., 29 MINS.
Cardsharps, cheats, and conjurers. These are the curious characters who make up the weird world of Ricky Jay arguably the world's greatest (and certainly most entertaining) magician. Jowly, erudite, and decidedly untrustworthy, Jay pays tribute to his mentors in a fantastically sly documentary. You'll feel like you're witnessing miracles. A Chris Nashawaty
New Release: Love Is All You Need, R, 1 HR., 50 MINS.
Danish director Susanne Bier applies her heavy-handed touch to what is basically a Nora Ephron movie. In the clankingly surprise-free lonelyhearts romance, Pierce Brosnan plays an uptight widower, and Trine Dyrholm is the shy, put-upon wife whose daughter is marrying Brosnan's son. The two actors click so smoothly that all that's really keeping them apart is the script. C Owen Gleiberman
Mud, PG-13, 2 HRS., 10 MINS.
Matthew McConaughey is charismatic and loose as an Arkansas fugitive aided by two teenage boys in Jeff Nichols' leisurely life-on-the-river coming-of-age story. B+ Chris Nashawaty
Oblivion, PG-13, 2 HRS., 5 MINS.
Tom Cruise is essentially the last man on earth in this postapocalyptic mash-up of older, better sci-fi brainteasers. C+ Chris Nashawaty