Movie: ‘Bloodshot’

Director David S.F. Wilson’s passable Valiant Comics adaptation “Bloodshot” (Columbia) mostly avoids gore, but its protagonist’s drive for revenge.

Movie: ‘The Hunt’

Director Craig Zobel’s parable “The Hunt” (Universal) offers clever commentary on contemporary political and cultural divisions in the United States.

Movie: ‘I Still Believe’

In keeping with the song and book from which it takes its title, nondenominational affirmations of faith permeate the fact-based romantic drama “I Still Believe” (Lionsgate), making the film congenial fare for Christians of various stripes.

Movie: ‘I Am Patrick’

The reasons the church continues to honor the Apostle of Ireland more than 1,500 years after his death shine forth in the film “I Am Patrick,” a docudrama screening in theaters for two nights only, March 17 — St. Patrick’s Day — and March 18.

Movie: ‘The Way Back’

Jack Cunningham (Ben Affleck), the protagonist of the sports drama “The Way Back” (Warner Bros.), can surely relate to a crazy mixture of heartbreak and joy, despair and hope, death and life, weakness and redemption.

Movie: ‘Emma’

“Emma” (Focus) is a delightful screen version of Jane Austen’s classic novel, lovely to look at and abounding in gentle humor.

Movid: ‘The Invisible Man’

A fervent performance from Elisabeth Moss drives writer-director Leigh Whannell’s remarkably absorbing monster movie “The Invisible Man” (Universal).