"Catch Me If You Can": Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a gifted impersonator and con man who, before the age of 21, has successfully passed as a doctor, a lawyer and a pilot. Tom Hanks is the FBI agent on his trail. Opens today at Dole Cannery 18 Theatres, Ward Stadium 16-Plex, Kahala 8-Plex, Koko Marina 8-Plex, Pearl Highlands 12, Pearlridge West 16-Plex, Kapolei 16-Plex, Mililani 14-Plex, Ko'olau 10-Plex, Enchanted Lake Cinemas, Windward Stadium 10,Prince Kuhio Stadium Cinemas (Big Island), Makalapua Cinemas (Big Island), Keauhou 7-Plex (Big Island), Kaahumanu 6-Plex (Maui), Kukui Mall 4-Plex (Maui), Front Street Theatres (Maui). (PG-13)
"The Lion King": Disney's blockbuster animated film about the coming of age of a young lion gets the big-screen treatment. Opens today at IMAX Waikiki. (G).
Breckin Meyer is the voice of Pinocchio, the world's most mischievous puppet, in the new live-action feature. The film is directed by two-time Academy Award-winner Roberto Benigni, who acts in the lead role.
"All or Nothing": Mike Leigh's film looks into a South London public housing project, and finds loneliness, desperation and a stubborn streak of spunky humor. He centers on the Bassett family: the father (Timothy Spall), drives a minicab and is marooned in depression; the mother (Lesley Manville) is a grocery clerk and hardly has a home life; and the two unattractive kids, a daughter who retreats to romance novels, and a sullen, hostile son who rarely leaves the couch. Opens Friday at The Art House at Restaurant Row. (R).