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Movies showing in the Vail Valley

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FRIDAY THE 13THIn this re-imagining of the classic horror film, a new generation of college kids heads to the infamous Crystal Lake for a weekend of terror. With Jared Padalecki, Danielle Panabaker, Aaron Yoo and Amanda Righetti. Screenplay by Damian Shannon and Mark Swift. Directed by Marcus Nispel. (1:35) R.CONFESSIONS OF A SHOPAHOLICIsla Fisher stars as an intrepid New Yorker whose love life and nascent career as an advice columnist are threatened by the mountain of debt she has accumulated. Written by Tim Firth and Tracey Jackson, based on the novel by Sophie Kinsella. Directed by P.J. Hogan. (1:45) PG.TAKENLiam Neeson stars as an ex-government operative with less than four days to find his daughter, who has been kidnapped while on vacation in Paris. With Maggie Grace, Leland Orser, Jon Gries and Famke Janssen. Written by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen. Directed by Pierre Morel.CORALINEA high-definition stop-motion animated feature based on Neil Gaimans international best-selling book. A young girl (Dakota Fanning) walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. Rated PG.SLUMDOG MILLIONAIREOne question away from winning millions on a game show, an 18-year-old Mumbai orphan is arrested for cheating. Starring Dev Patel, Madhur Mittal, Freida Pinto, Anil Kapoor and Irfan Khan. Written by Simon Beaufoy. Directed by Danny Boyle. Rated R.PAUL BLART: MALL COPKevin James Paul Blart is a portly pushover who tries hard to be the tough guy as a shopping center security guard. Hypoglycemic and woefully out of shape, hes failed the New Jersey state trooper exam eight times; nevertheless, he squeezes into his polyester uniform and takes his job as seriously as if he were out keeping the highways safe from speeders and drunk drivers.

THE INTERNATIONALAn Interpol agent and a Manhattan district attorney embark on a dangerous, globe-trotting crusade to bring justice to a powerful international bank. Clive Owen, Naomi Watts, Armin Mueller-Stahl and Brian F. O’Byrne star. Written by Eric Warren Singer. Directed by Tom Tykwer.MY BLOODY VALENTINEThe first R-rated film to be projected in Real D is a remake of the 1981 Canadian slasher film. With Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, Kerr Smith and Tom Atkins. Screenplay by Zane Smith and Todd Farmer, from a story by Stephen Miller. Directed by Patrick Lussier. Rated R.HES JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU Based on the wildly popular bestseller from Sex and the City scribes Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, He’s Just Not That Into You tells the stories of a group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty- and thirtysomethings as they navigate their various relationships from the shallow end of the dating pool through the deep, murky waters of married life, trying to read the signs of the opposite sex … and hoping to be the exceptions to the “no-exceptions” rule. Rated PG-13.PINK PANTHER 2In this sequel to the 2006 hit THE PINK PANTHER, Steve Martin is back as the less-than-smooth Inspector Clouseau. This time around, he matches wits with Chief Inspector Dreyfus, played by fellow comedic genius John Cleese. THE PINK PANTHER 2 also features returning stars Jean Reno and Emily Mortimer, as well as newcomers to the series Andy Garcia, Alfred Molina, and Aishwarya Rai. Rated PG.GRAN TORINOFor his fourth directorial feature in the span of two years, Clint Eastwood tells the story of a grizzled Korean War vets reluctant friendship with a Hmong teenage boy and his immigrant family. Set in contemporary Detroit, Gran Torino tackles the shifting cultural and economic landscape of not only the Motor City, but America as well. Rated R.L.A. Times-Washington Post News Service

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