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Now showing at Riverwalk Theatre FRACTUREIt’s a battle of wits between an engineer (Anthony Hopkins) found innocent of his wife’s attempted murder and the prosecutor convinced of his guilt (Ryan Gosling). With David Strathairn and Rosamund Pike. Written by Dan Pyne and Glenn Gers. Directed by Gregory Hoblit.- L.A. Times-Washington PostNews ServiceIN THE LAND OF WOMENA heartbroken writer (Adam Brody) moves to Michigan to care for his ill grandmother, but gets involved in the lives of a single mother (Meg Ryan) and her two daughters. With Kristen Stewart, Olympia Dukakis, Makenzie Vega, Elena Anaya and Clark Gregg. Written and directed by Jonathan Kasdan. PG-13 for sexual content, thematic elements and language.- L.A. Times-Washington PostNews ServiceNow showing at Capitol TheatreBLADES OF GLORYBased on the number of prominent cameos by figure skating royalty in this pas de deux comedy, the world of toe loops, double axels and triple Lutzes has a pretty good sense of humor about itself. And that’s a good thing because the movie, which stars Will Ferrell and Jon Heder as rival skaters forced to restart their careers as the first male-male pairs team, leaves no sacred cow or Salchow untipped. “Blades” is a hysterical parody as long as bodies are in motion, nailing the compulsories of a sport ripe for caricature, but it skates on thinner ice outside the rink. Whatever combination of choreography, camera trickery and special effects were required to render the over-the-top, hyper-real skate numbers, they’re executed with wit and ingenuity. (1:33) PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, language, a comic violent image and some drug references.- L.A. Times-Washington Post News ServiceVACANCYForced to stay at an isolated motel when their car breaks down, a couple (Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale) notice all the low-budget slasher movies they see on the motel TV were filmed in the room they’re in. With Frank Whaley and Ethan Embry. Written by Mark L. Smith. Directed by Nimrod Antal. R for brutal violence and terror, brief nudity and language.- L.A. Times-Washington Post News ServiceARE WE DONE YET?Ice Cube follows up the family vacation with a remake of “Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House” in which a “fixer-upper” home in the country becomes a never-ending money pit for an urban family. With Nia Long, John C. McGinley, Aleisha Allen and Philip Daniel Bolden. Screenplay by Robert Ramsey, Matthew Stone, J. David Stern and David N. Weiss. Directed by Steve Carr. PG for some innuendos and brief language.- L.A. Times-Washington Post News ServiceMEET THE ROBINSONS A lonely orphan travels to the future, where he meets the odd Robinson family, which needs his help to survive. With the voices of Angela Bassett, Tom Selleck, Harland Williams, Laurie Metcalf, Adam West, Ethan Sandler and Tom Kenny. Screenplay by Michelle Bochner, based on the book by William Joyce. Directed by Steve Anderson. G.- L.A. Times-Washington Post News ServicePERFECT STRANGERAn investigative reporter (Halle Berry) goes undercover to find out if a top ad executive (Bruce Willis) murdered her friend. With Giovanni Ribisi and Gary Dourdan. Screenplay by Todd Komarnicki, story by Jon Bokenkamp. Directed by James Foley. R, for sexual content, nudity, some disturbing violent images and language. – L.A. Times-Washington PostNews Service


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