Movies showing in Eagle County |

Movies showing in Eagle County

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Vail CO, Colorado


Robert Downey Jr. stars as the Marvel superhero ” a billionaire industrialist and genius inventor with a high-tech armor suit. With Terrence Howard, Jeff Bridges and Gwyneth Paltrow. Directed by Jon Favreau.


A struggling musician flees to Oahu to get over being dumped by his TV star girlfriend only to discover she’s staying in the same hotel with her new British rocker beau. With Jason Segel, Kristen Bell and Mila Kunis. Directed by Nick Stoller. R for sexual content, language and some graphic nudity.


When a precise, single businesswoman (Tina Fey) hires a surrogate (Amy Poehler) from South Philly to have her baby, she didn’t count on the free-spirited, working-class woman moving into her apartment. With Greg Kinnear and Sigourney Weaver. Written and directed by Michael McCullers. PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, language and a drug reference.


Al Pacino plays a college professor and FBI forensics expert who has less than an hour and a half to determine the source of a death threat against him. Directed by Jon Avnet. R for disturbing violent content, brief nudity and language.


When her scientist father disappears, a young girl teams with the reclusive author of her favorite literary character. With Jodie Foster, Abigail Breslin and Gerard Butler. PG for mild adventure action and brief language.




Patrick Dempsey stars as a successful ladies man who, perhaps too late, realizes that he is in love with his best friend (Michelle Monaghan). With Kevin McKidd, Kathleen Quinlan and Sydney Pollack. Directed by Paul Weiland.


A team of cunning MIT students uses counting cards and an intricate system of hand signals to break the bank at Las Vegas casinos. With Jim Sturgess, Kate Bosworth, Laurence Fishburne and Kevin Spacey. Directed by Robert Luketic. PG-13 for some violence, and sexual content including partial nudity.


A group of friends’ trip to an archaeological site in Mexico turns into a terrifying struggle to survive. With Jonathan Tucker and Jena Malone. Directed by Carter Smith. R for strong violence and gruesome images, language, some sexuality and nudity.

L.A. Times-Washington Post News Service

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