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

OUT OF THE FURNACE. Too-grim blue-collar epic, with Christian Bale, Casey Affleck. (R) C+

BLACK NATIVITY. Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige sing in revamp of the play. (PG-13) B

HOMEFRONT. Actioner has undercover cop Jason Statham tangling with James Franco. (R) B-

FROZEN. Disney's latest. Note the rating, for scary parts. (PG). B

OLDBOY. Spike Lee's surprisingly dark remake of a South Korean revenge movie. (R) B- Reviewed by Daily News wire services.

PHILOMENA. Judi Dench as Irish woman searching America for child she gave up. (PG-13) B

THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE. As smart as the first installment, and it looks even better. (PG-13) B+

DELIVERY MAN. Sperm bank mix-up makes Vince Vaughn a dad to 500 in so-so comedy. (PG-13) C+

NEBRASKA. Will Forte takes aging delusional father Bruce Dern on a road trip. (R) B+

DALLAS BUYERS CLUB. Matthew McConaughey as AIDS patient running a business for black-market medications. (R) B+

THE BEST MAN HOLIDAY. Terrence Howard steals the show again in "Best Man" sequel. (R) B

THE BOOK THIEF. Nazi-era German girl is taught to read by Jewish neighbor. (PG-13) B-

ABOUT TIME. Young man finds he can revisit moments in his own life and fix as needed. (R) B-

LAST VEGAS. Shameless comedy follows over-the-hill gang on a VIP binge in Sin City. (PG-13) B-

12 YEARS A SLAVE. The triumphant and moving story of a kidnapped free man (Chiwetel Ejiofor) whose intellect is a threat to the men who would own him. (R) A

GRAVITY. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney are stranded in space in gripping drama with great visual effects.(PG-13) A-

ENOUGH SAID The late James Gandolfini shines opposite Julia Louis-Dreyfus. (PG-13) A-