Now Showing at Cascade Village Theatre UNITED 93 A drama that tells the story of the passengers and crew, their families on the ground, and the flight controllers who watched in dawning horror as United Airlines Flight 93 became the fourth hijacked plane on the day of the worst terrorist attacks on American soil: Sept. 11, 2001. “United 93” recreates the doomed trip in actual time, from takeoff to hijacking to the realization by those onboard that their plane was part of a coordinated attack unfolding on the ground beneath them. The film attempts to understand the abject fear and courageous decisions of those who – over the course of just 90 minutes – transformed from a random assembly of disconnected strangers into bonded allies who confronted an unthinkable situation. Rated R (for language, and some intense sequences of terror and violence)SCARY MOVIE 4 What do you get when fearless comedic genius takes aim at the latest box-office blockbusters? You guessed it. The “Scary Movie” gang is back with the most hilarious and irreverent installment yet. Anna Faris and Regina Hall are back as the lovable, dim-witted Cindy Campbell and her self-serving, sex-crazed pal, Brenda, respectively – joined this time around by Craig Bierko (“Cindrella Man”), as the cute-but-utterly-clueless Tom Ryan. Together, they battle to save the world from a ruthless alien invasion. And, in true “Scary Movie” tradition, the outrageous celebrity cameos are non-stop. In “Scary Movie 4,” nothing – and we mean NOTHING – is off limits! Rated PG-13 (for crude and sexual humor throughout, some comic violence and language)Now showing at Riverwalk Theatre MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE III IMF leader Ethan Hunt comes face to face with a dangerous and sadistic arms dealer while trying to keep his identity secret in order to protect his girlfriend. Rated PG-13 (for intense sequences of frenetic violence & menace, disturbing images & some sensuality)R.V. Cast: Robin Williams, Cheryl Hines Bob Munro (Williams) and his dysfunctional family rent an RV for a road trip to the Colorado Rockies, where they ultimately have to contend with a bizarre community of campers. Rated PG (for crude humor, innuendo and language)THE WILD Voices: Kiefer Sutherland, Iddie Izzard When a young lion is mistakenly taken from his home in the New York Zoo to the wild, his father leads a group of zoo animals – including a giraffe, an anaconda, a koala and a squirrel – on a rescue mission that will change their lives forever. Rated G (all audiences)THE SENTINEL Cast: Michael Douglas, Kiefer Sutherland, Eva Longoria, Kim Basinger When a colleague is murdered, Secret Service agent Pete Garrison is put in charge of the investigation. But Garrison himself becomes a suspect after he is blackmailed by someone who knows of his affair with the First Lady. Stripped of his duties and now a fugitive, Garrison races to prove his innocence and save the president’s wife. Rated PG-13 (for some intense action violence and a scene of sensuality)SILENT HILL Rose cannot accept the knowledge that her daughter Sharon is dying of a fatal disease. Over the protests of her husband, she flees with her child, intending to take her to a faith healer. On the way, she ends up driving through a portal in reality, which takes her to the eerie and deserted town of Silent Hill. Sharon disappears in Silent Hill. It’s soon clear the town is not like any place she’s ever been. It’s inhabited by a variety of creatures and a living darkness that descends and literally transforms everything it touches. The human inhabitants – the ones who are left – are trapped and fighting a losing battle against the Darkness. Joined by a cop named Cybil, who has been sent to bring her and Sharon back, Rose searches for her little girl while learning the history of Silent Hill and that Sharon is just a pawn in a larger game. Rated R (for strong horror violence and gore, disturbing images, and some language)Now showing at Capitol Theatre MISSION IMPOSSIBLE III Rated PG-13THE WILD Rated G HOOT Three middle-schoolers take on greedy land developers, corrupt politicians and clueless cops in this mystery adventure based on Carl Hiaasen’s Newbery Honor-winning book. Produced by Jimmy Buffett, Frank Marshall (“Seabiscuit,” “Signs”) and Walden Media (“The Chronicles of Narnia,” “Holes”), “Hoot” revolves around a Montana boy who moves to Florida and unearths a disturbing threat to a local population of endangered owls. Determined to protect his new environment, the boy and his friends fight to prevent the adults from making a big mistake. Packed with surprising plot twists, wuirky characters and offbeat humor, “Hoot” is a classic story that’s fun for all ages. Rated PG (for mild bullying and brief language)STICK IT Cast: Jeff bridges, Missy Peregrym Rebellious 17-year-old Haley Graham (Missy Peregrym) is a natural athlete who seems to be more interested in hanging with her skater punk friends, listening to thrasher music and causing trouble than competing in gymnastics. But after her latest run-in with the law, a judge sentences Haley to her ultimate nightmare – attending an elite gymnastics academy run by legendary hard-nosed coach Burt Vickerman (Jeff Bridges). Immediately clashing with Burt’s rigid training system, Haley’s rebellious spirit and quick-witted banter quickly shake things up at the strict school – making both close friends and bitter foes along the way. However, when her own competitive aspirations and rivalries begin to surface, Haley must choose between personal glory and the loyalty and friendship of her new teammates. Rated PG-13 (for some crude remarks)LUCKY NUMBER SLEVIN Cast: Josh Hartnett, Lucy Liu, Ben Kingsley, Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman “Lucky Number Slevin” is a comic thriller that twists and turns its way through an underworld of crime and revenge where nothing is as it seems. Set in New York City, a case of mistaken identity lands Slevin (Josh Hartnett) into the middle of a war being plotted by two of the city’s rival crime bosses: The Rabbi (Ben Kingsley) and The Boss (Morgan Freeman). Slevin is under constant surveillance by ruthless Detective Brikowski (Stanley Tucci) as well as the infamous assassin Goodkat (Bruce Willis) and finds himself having to hatch his own ingenious plot to escape the maze. Rated R (for strong violence, sexuality and language)Vail, Colorado
Support Local Journalism
Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.
User Legend: Moderator Trusted User