Condensed from Daily News movie critic Gary Thompson's reviews, unless noted otherwise.

IRON MAN 3. The franchise has its groove back in a sequel so good it's our critic's top movie pick for the weekend. See page 21 for why. (PG-13) B+

RELUCTANT FUNDAMENTALIST. Mira Nair's U.S./Pakastan culture clash drama has provocative ideas, but makes for a dull thriller. With UK rapper Riz Ahmed in the title role, plus Kate Hudson, Kiefer Sutherland and Liev Schreiber. (R) C

MUD. Great slice-of-life Southern tale of a fugitive (Matthew McConaughey) who enlists two teens to help him build a boat. (PG-13) A-

PAIN AND GAIN. Director Michael Bay can't find the right tone in this satiric tale of steroid-abusing psychos. Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Anthony Mackie. (PG-13) C

ARTHUR NEWMAN. Middle-aged man trying to escape his life (Colin Firth) road trips with a flighty woman who loves pretending to be someone else. You'll wish you were somewhere else. (Not rated) C

THE BIG WEDDING. Every rom-com cliche is thrown into this star-packed, but barely watchable, family wedding comedy. (PG-13) D

OBLIVION. Tom Cruise stars as an omega-man mercenary preparing to depart an Earth evacuated of all humans. Or is it? Gorgeous but goofy sci-fi. (PG-13) B-

THE COMPANY YOU KEEP. Robert Redford stars in and directs this ill-timed movie about radical bombers in hiding. Great cast - including Julie Christie - helps plodding procedural. (R) C+

LORDS OF SALEM. Rob Zombie's latest has an excellent premise - a heavy-metal tune awakens dormant witches - and lame execution. (R) C- (Reviewed by Daily News wire services.)

42. Family-friendly treatment of the Jackie Robinson story works too hard at being inspirational but does a solid job of telling an important story. (PG-13). B

TRANCE. Danny Boyle builds a thriller around amnesia. The story has some fun hairpin turns, but isn't quite mesmerizing. (R) B-

THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES. Bradley Cooper and Ryan Gosling shed glamour for substance in the ambitious, sorrowful family epic. (R) B

DISCONNECT. "Crash" meets the Internet in a series of interlocking stories that explore a fraying information-age society. (R) B-

SCARY MOVIE 5. Along the lines of Scary Movie 4 . . . plus 1. (PG-13) Not reviewed.

EVIL DEAD. Remake is a full-on horror movie instead of the horror-slapstick hybrid that Sam Raimi fans might expect, although there are some in-joke visual gags for buffs. (R) B

JURASSIC PARK 3-D. Steven Spielberg's edge-of-your-seat blockbuster celebrates its 20th anniversary with a 3-D Imax restoration. Impressive in 1993, it's now flawless. (PG-13) A (Reviewed by Daily News wire services.)

THE CROODS. Animated 3-D comedy about a Neanderthal-ish dad (Nicolas Cage), a hotshot Homo sapien (Ryan Reynolds) and a family of cave-dwellers facing environmental catastrophe. (PG) B

OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN. Laughably cheesy action flick about a North Korean terrorist attack on America. (R) B-

G.I. JOE: RETALIATION. Botched sequel to a movie that was fun the first time around. There's too little Channing Tatum, and it makes zero sense. (PG-13) D (Reviewed by Daily News wire services.)

TYLER PERRY'S TEMPTATION. How "tempting" can a PG-13 movie about cheating be? (PG-13) C (Reviewed by Daily News wire services.)

OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL. Opulent 3-D "Oz" update that could use more heart, courage and brains. (PG) B-