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  • 10,000 B.C. (PG-13)

    If you’re looking for proof that evolution is a myth, 10,000 B.C. is probably the best evidence you will ever come across. more...
  • 12 (PG-13)

    Filmmaker Nikita Mikhalkov (Burnt by the Sun) decided to remake Sidney Lumet’s social drama 12 Angry Men and recast it as the story of a Russian jury deciding the guilt of a young Chechen man charged with murdering his Russian army officer stepfather. more...
  • 1408 (PG-13)

    An author of paranormal guidebooks (John Cusack) checks into a notorious Manhattan hotel room whose guests never survive the night. more...
  • 16 Blocks (PG-13)

    Saying 16 Blocks is Richard Donner's least flatulent, most efficient film is saying little, but in his dotage Donner has abandoned his Six Million Dollar Man-trained blunt-force trauma and bends with the flow of the DV-era river, keeping his new movie relatively small-boned, hand-held, on-location savvy, and free of in-jokes. more...
  • 17 Again (PG-13)

    Watchable but limited youth-market comedy makes predictable feel-good use of the story of a 37-year-old loser named Mike (Matthew Perry) who wakes up one day in his seventeen-year-old body (played by teen idol Zac Efron), and goes back to high school in 2009 as “Mark.” Efron’s adolescent female fans may be perplexed by the scenes in which Mark/Mike fends off the sexual advances of his own daughter (Michelle Trachtenberg) and then puts the moves on his “wife” (Leslie Mann). more...
  • 21 (PG-13)

    Inspired by the exciting real-life story of MIT math whizzes and card counters who decided to outsmart Vegas, 21 is, by contrast, an uninspired, by-the-book “thriller” that’s so predictable not even the actors seem surprised by what happens. more...
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  • 27 Dresses (PG-13)

    Katherine Heigl stars as a compulsive bridesmaid -- she cultivates friends for the sole purpose of joining their wedding parties. more...
  • 3 Days to Kill (PG-13)

    A dying Secret Service agent (Kevin Costner) who is trying to reconnect with his estranged wife and daughter (Hailee Steinfeld) must complete one last assignment in exchange for an experimental drug that could save his life. more...
  • 42 (PG-13)

    Actor Chadwick Boseman (portraying color-line-breaking baseball player Jackie Robinson) hits a figurative triple, then comes in to score when Harrison Ford smacks a two-run homer in the folksy, cornpone role of crusading Brooklyn Dodgers owner Branch Rickey, who hired the “negro” infielder because he thought it was time to open up the sport — and the country — to the idea of blacks and whites on the same playing field. more...
  • 9 (PG-13)

    Under the watchful eye of Tim Burton, director Shane Acker’s race of zippered-burlap-bag men negotiate the familiar post-apocalyptic terrain — rampaging robot monsters, trash everywhere — in search of a secret cipher that unlocks humanity’s legacy.... more...
  • Abduction (PG-13)

    Thriller starring Twilight alum Taylor Lautner as a teenager who discovers his own face on a milk carton, thereby hurling him into a quest to find his true identity. more...
  • Accepted (PG-13)

    In director Steve Pink's amiable but undernourished campus comedy, industrious high school underachiever Bartleby Gaines (Justin Long) gets rejected from every college under the sun. more...
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