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28 Weeks Later (R)
Audiences would do better to re-watch the original flawed virus-infection shocker, 28 Days Later, than to endure this halfhearted follow-up. Cole Smithey

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300 (R)
Director Zack Snyder's adaptation of Frank Miller's comic book lets pretentiousness smother its cool. Scott Renshaw

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Are We Done Yet? (PG)
In this comedy, a couple and their kids move to a fixer-upper in the suburbs with disastrous results. Not reviewed

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Blades of Glory (PG-13)
Will Ferrell and Jon Heder star in this comedy about two ice skaters who form a pairs team to compete. Not reviewed

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Bridge to Terabithia (PG)
Two fifth-graders become friends and then king and queen of a magical world they create in the woods. Based on the 1987 book. Not reviewed

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Deep Sea (G)
A 3-D journey beneath the sea narrated by Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet. Not reviewed

Cinemark 16 IMAX

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (PG)
The Fanstastic Four face new enemies when they meet superpowers Silver Surfer and Galactus. Not reviewed

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

Firehouse Dog (PG)
A Hollywood stunt dog gets lost and is found by a boy and some firefighters. Not reviewed

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Fracture (R)
A cocky, young LA prosecutor gets drawn into a case that looks like an easy guilty verdict. Jeff Sneider

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Georgia Rule (R)
Lindsay Lohan stars as a difficult teen sent by her overwhelmed mother (Felicity Huffman) to live with her grandmother (Jane Fonda) for the summer. Not reviewed

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Hostel: Part II (R)
Three college coeds are lured into a hostel abroad and endure torture and murder. Not reviewed

Tinseltown

*Knocked Up (R)
This film from the makers of The 40-Year-Old Virgin, tells the story of an unlikely couple's unintended pregnancy and tickles viewers' funny bones while tugging on their heartstrings. Jeff Sneider

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

Miss Potter (PG)
This film tells the life story of Beatrix Potter, author of the best-selling Peter Rabbit children's stories. Not reviewed

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Mr. Brooks (R)
In this thriller, Kevin Costner plays a man fighting his violent alter ego and Demi Moore is the detective hunting him. Not reviewed

Tinseltown

Nancy Drew (PG)
The popular teen detective stumbles upon a murder mystery when she accompanies her father to Los Angeles. Not reviewed

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

Next (PG-13)
A Vegas magician has a secret ability to see a few minutes into the future. Not reviewed

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Ocean's Thirteen (PG-13)
Danny Ocean brings together the guys for a third casino hit after the owner cheats one of them. Not reviewed

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

Paris, Je T'Aime (R)
Each of these 18 short films are set around the same basic premise a love story in Paris. Sure, it sounds intrgiuing, but it's an idea far better in theory than in practice. Pete Freedman

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (PG-13)
Last summer Pirates of the Carribbean: Dead Man's Chest phenomenally followed up the 2003 original. At World's End, however, turns out overstuffed, over-plotted and, most surprisingly, just plain dull. Scott Renshaw

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

Shark Tale (PG)
A mafia shark boss is killed accidentally and his brother and intended prey use his death to futher their own agendas. Not reviewed

Tinseltown

Shrek the Third (PG)
It's ... fine. It's fine. But it's not Shrek. Or Shrek 2. This effort exists on only one level " as fluff. MaryAnn Johanson

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

*Spider-Man 3 (PG-13)
Spider-Man 3 turns out to be a lively, energetic superhero movie. Unfortunately, that's also all it turns out to be. Scott Renshaw

Cinemark 16 IMAX, Tinseltown

*Surf's Up (PG)
Because of its penguin lineage, you might feel like you've seen Surf's Up before. But there's no doubt this a wave worth riding. Jeff Sneider

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

TMNT (PG)
This animated picture features the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as they work to save the world. Not reviewed

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*Waitress (PG-13)
Stuck in a bad marriage and facing a pregnancy that only makes her feel more desperate, a waitress finds her only pleasure in making her much-loved pies, in this fresh, funny and heartwarming piece of movie-making. Scott Renshaw

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Wild Hogs (PG-13)
Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence, William H. Macy and John Travolta star as suburban wannabe bikers who take their Harleys on a road trip and meet a hardcore motorcycle gang. Not reviewed

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