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Riverwalk TheatreHAIRSPRAYThe film version of the stage musical based on John Waters’ 1988 comedy about dance-crazy teens in early-1960s Baltimore. With John Travolta, Queen Latifah, Michelle Pfeiffer, Christopher Walken, Amanda Bynes, Allison Janney, Brittany Snow, Zac Efron and Elijah Kelley. Screenplay by Leslie Dixon. Directed by Adam Shankman. PG for language, some suggestive content and momentary teen smoking.SUPERBAD”The 40-Year-Old Virgin” director Judd Apatow produced this story of much younger virgins as two high school friends go off to college and race to get lucky. With Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Seth Rogen and Bill Hader. Written by Evan Goldberg and Rogen. Directed by Greg Mottola. R for pervasive crude and sexual content, strong language, drinking, some drug use and a fantasy/comic violent image — all involving teens.UNDERDOGAn ordinary beagle is given superhuman powers and the voice of Jason Lee in this live action adaptation of the popular cartoon series. With Jim Belushi, Peter Dinklage, Brad Garrett, the voice of Amy Adams. Screenplay by Adam Rifkin, Joe Piscatella and Craig A. Williams. Directed by Frederik Du Chau. PG for rude humor, mild language and action.THE BOURNE ULTIMATUMHyper-efficient killing machine Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) goes on the run again when the people who trained him attempt to bump him off. With Julia Stiles, Joan Allen and David Strathairn. Screenplay by Tony Gilroy, Scott Z. Burns and George Nolfi. Directed by Paul Greengrass.RUSH HOUR 3Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan, reprising their roles, play buddy cops who travel to Paris to fight a Chinese crime family. Written by Jeff Nathanson. Directed by Brett Ratner. PG-13 for sequences of action violence, sexual content, nudity and language.NO RESERVATIONSA no-nonsense Manhattan chef (Catherine Zeta-Jones) inherits a niece (Abigail Breslin) and meets a charismatic sous-chef (Aaron Eckhart) at the same time. With Patricia Clarkson. Screenplay by Carol Fuchs, based on the screenplay “Mostly Martha” by Sandra Nettelbeck. Directed by Scott Hicks. PG for some sensuality and language.Capitol TheatreTHE BOURNE ULTIMATUMRUSH HOUR 3THE INVASIONPeople are acting wacky in Washington, D.C., and it’s not an election year. Must be an alien invasion! That’s the theory of a psychiatrist (Nicole Kidman) who fears for the safety of her son. Screenplay by David Kajganich, based on “The Body Snatchers” by Jack Finney. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel. PG-13 for violence, disturbing images and terror.STARDUSTA simple English villager (Charlie Cox) embarks on an epic journey to retrieve a fallen star, which has transformed into a girl (Claire Danes). Along the way, he encounters an ambitious king (Peter O’Toole), an evil witch (Michelle Pfeiffer), a pirate (Robert De Niro) and a sneaky salesman (Ricky Gervais). Screenplay by Jane Goldman and Matthew Vaughn, based on the book by Neil Gaiman and Charles Vess. Directed by Matthew Vaughn. PG-13 for fantasy violence and some risque humor.THE SIMPSONS MOVIEAfter 18 seasons, 400 episodes and no immediate end in sight, Matt Groening and company have made a movie. With the voices of Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria and Harry Shearer. Directed by David Silverman. PG-13 for irreverent humor throughout.