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Riverwalk Theatre SPIDER-MAN 3Just when Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) has a grip on the whole superhero thing, it all falls to pieces as his suit mysteriously turns black, giving him enhanced powers as two new villains, Sandman and Venom, appear on the streets of New York. Also opening in Imax. PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence.THE HOAXSharply written by William Wheeler and gracefully directed by Lasse Hallstrom, “The Hoax” is a serious and amusing black farce that does without noticeable heroes or villains, an engaging examination, based on facts but not tethered to them, of how Clifford Irving fooled the world back in 1971 with his bogus Howard Hughes autobiography. Well-acted by a strong cast with Richard Gere giving the richest, most mature performance of his career as the star-crossed Irving. (1:56) R for language.GEORGIA RULEMother-daughter dynamics lead to friction among three generations of women (Jane Fonda, Felicity Huffman and Lindsay Lohan). With Dermot Mulroney, Cary Elwes and Garrett Hedlund. Written by Mark Andrus. Directed by Garry Marshall.HOT FUZZThe British comedy triumvirate of Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (“Shaun of the Dead”) return with a full-frontal assault on action movies. Apropos of its subject matter, the film joyfully wallows in Bruckheimerian excess, and even its primary downside – a two-hour-plus running time – would seem to be a byproduct of the indulgence. With Jim Broadbent and Timothy Dalton. (2:01) R for violent content including some graphic images, and language. Capitol TheatreSPIDER-MAN 3Just when Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) has a grip on the whole superhero thing, it all falls to pieces as his suit mysteriously turns black, giving him enhanced powers as two new villains, Sandman and Venom, appear on the streets of New York. Also opening in Imax. PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence.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.MEET 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.LUCKY YOUThe cutthroat world of professional poker is the backdrop for “L.A. Confidential” director Curtis Hanson’s film about a slick player (Eric Bana) who’s a whiz at the game but not so good at maintaining personal relationships with his girlfriend (Drew Barrymore) and his father (Robert Duvall). Written by Eric Roth and Hanson. PG-13 for some language and sexual humor.DISTURBIAExtremely bored and under house arrest, a troubled teenager (Shia LaBeouf) starts to think that his next-door neighbor might be a serial killer. With David Morse, Sarah Roemer and Carrie-Anne Moss. Screenplay by Christopher Landon and Carl Ellsworth. Directed by D.J. Caruso. PG-13, on appeal, for sequences of terror and violence, and some sensuality.