Michigan Theatre, Ann Arbor, Mich. • "For a Good Time, Call," director Jamie Travis' comedy about two women (Ari Graynor and co-writer Lauren Anne Miller) who find a creative solution to their money problems.
Coolidge Corner Theatre, Boston • "Celeste and Jesse Forever," directed by Lee Toland Krieger, a romantic comedy about a couple (Andy Samberg and co-writer Rashida Jones) who marry young and divorce at 30 intending to remain best friends while pursuing other relationships.
BAM, Brooklyn, N.Y. • "Robot and Frank," directed by Jake Schreier, in which an elderly man (Frank Langella) receives a robot caretaker (voiced by Liev Schreiber).
Music Box Theatre, Chicago • "2 Days in New York," Director-writer-actress Julie Delpy's follow-up to her "2 Days in Paris," this time with her in New York with her child, and a new boyfriend (Chris Rock).
Sundance Cinemas Houston, Houston • "Bachelorette," written and directed by Leslye Headland, in which three women (Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan) reunite to be bridesmaids for a high-school friend at her wedding.
Enzian Theater, Orlando, Fla. • "Arbitrage," writer-director Nicholas Jarecki's thriller about a hedge-fund manager (Richard Gere) scrambling to sell his trading empire before it collapses and his fraud is revealed.
Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, San Francisco • "Liberal Arts," the second movie written and directed by "How I Met Your Mother" star Josh Radnor, with Radnor as a just-divorced 30-year-old returning to his old college and striking sparks with a 19-year-old sophomore (Elizabeth Olsen).
The Loft Cinema, Tucson, Ariz. • "Goats," directed by Christopher Neil, which follows a 15-year-old (Graham Phillips) leaving his New Age-y mom (Vera Farmiga) and goat-raising stepdad (David Duchovny) for a structured academy setting.
Meanwhile, in Park City, the big event on the 26th is Joseph Gordon-Levitt's live presentation of "hitRECord" at the Eccles Theatre.