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At the movies: Now showing

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Showtimes: 12:30, 1:30, 3:30, 4:30, 6:30, 8 and 9:30 p.m. Friday through Thursday at the Skyline Cinema in Dillon. ALSO, 5 and 8 p.m. Friday; 2, 5 and 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; and 5 and 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the Speakeasy Movie Theatre in Breckenridge.

In 1957, Indiana Jones is thrust back in action, venturing into the jungles of South America in a race against Soviet agents to find the mystical Crystal Skull. Starring Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett, Karen Allen, Ray Winstone, John Hurt, Jim Broadbent and Shia LaBeouf.

123 min. PG-13 for adventure violence and scary images.

Showtimes: 1 and 7 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Salomon “Sally” Sorowitsch is the king of counterfeiters. He lives a mischievous life of cards, booze and women in Berlin during the Nazi-era. Suddenly his luck runs dry when arrested by Superintendent Friedrich Herzog. Immediately thrown into the Mauthausen concentration camp, Salomon exhibits exceptional skills there and is soon transferred to the upgraded camp of Sachsenhausen. Upon his arrival, he once again comes face to face with Herzog, who is there on a secret mission. Hand-picked for his unique skill, Salomon and a group of professionals are forced to produce fake foreign currency under the program Operation Berhard. The team, which also includes detainee Adolf Burger, is given luxury barracks for their assistance. But while Salomon attempts to weaken the economy of Germany’s allied opponents, Adolf refuses to use his skills for Nazi profit and would like to do something to stop Operation Bernhard’s aid to the war effort. Faced with a moral dilemma, Salomon must decide whether his actions, which could prolong the war and risk the lives of fellow prisoners, are ultimately the right ones. Starring Karl Markovics, August Diehl, Devid Striesow, Martin Brambach and August Zirner. 99 min. R for some strong violence, brief sexuality/nudity and language.

Showtimes: 12:45, 1:45, 3:45, 4:45, 6:45, 7:45 and 9:45 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

One year later, the Kings and Queens of Narnia find themselves back in that faraway wondrous realm, only to discover that more than 1,300 years have passed in Narnian time. During their absence, the Golden Age of Narnia has become extinct and Narnia has been conquered by the Telmarines and is now under the control of the evil King Miraz, who rules the land without mercy. The four children will soon meet a curious new character: Narnia’s rightful heir to the throne, the young Prince Caspian, who has been forced into hiding, as his uncle Miraz plots to kill him in order to place his own newborn son on the throne. With the help of the kindly dwarf, a courageous talking mouse named Reepicheep, a badger named Trufflehunter and a Black Dwarf, Nikabrik, the Narnians–led by the mighty knights Peter and Caspian–embark on a remarkable journey to find Aslan, rescue Narnia from Miraz’s tyrannical hold, and restore magic and glory to the land. 140 min. PG for epic battle action and violence. Starring Peter Dinklage, Anna Popplewell, Ben Barnes, George Henley and Skander Keynes.

Showtimes: 1:15 and 6:45 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Born to race cars, Speed Racer is aggressive, instinctive and, most of all, fearless. His only real competition is the memory of the brother he idolized ” the legendary Rex Racer, whose death in a race has left behind a legacy that Speed is driven to fulfill. Speed is loyal to the family racing business, led by his father, Pops Racer, the designer of Speed’s thundering Mach 5. When Speed turns down a lucrative and tempting offer from Royalton Industries, he not only infuriates the company’s maniacal owner but uncovers a terrible secret ” some of the biggest races are being fixed by a handful of ruthless moguls who manipulate the top drivers to boost profits. If Speed won’t drive for Royalton, Royalton will see to it that the Mach 5 never crosses another finish line. The only way for Speed to save his family’s business and the sport he loves is to beat Royalton at his own game. 135 min.

Showtimes: 1, 4, 7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Two people discover they’ve gotten

married following a night of debauchery in Vegas, with one of them winning a jackpot after playing the other’s quarter. The pair trys to undermine each other and get their hands on the money … falling in love along the way. Starring Cameron Diaz, Ashton Kutcher, Rob Corddry, Lake Bell and Dennis Farina. PG-13 for some sexual and crude content, and language, including a drug reference.

Showtimes: 4:15 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

The whole point of a romantic comedy is the comfort of the ritual ” the familiarity of it all, as if you’re wrapping yourself in a warm, snuggly blanket of knowledge that the two attractive, charming leads will surely end up with each other in the end. The outcome is never in doubt, despite the various contrived obstacles that pop up along the way. This is especially true of “Made of Honor,” because it’s pretty much a remake of a movie you’ve already seen: 1997’s “My Best Friend’s Wedding.” The only difference is a reversal in gender roles ” so daring! This time, Patrick Dempsey plays the one who realizes he’s in love with his best friend (Michelle Monaghan), and when she announces she’s getting married, he tries to undermine the wedding from the inside. Because, you see, she’s asked him to be her “maid of honor.” The title is a pun, get it? PG-13 for sexual content and language.

Showtimes: 12:45, 3:45, 4, 6:45 and 9:45 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Much of the allure here comes from the fact that we are indeed talking about a man ” a real man who has lived a life and made mistakes and experienced regret ” not some scrawny, teenage boy who received his superhero powers through a bite from a radioactive spider. No offense to Spidey, the Marvel Comics hero who’s already provided billion-dollar summer blockbuster fodder. But there’s just something more relatable about Tony Stark, even though he’s a playboy industrialist of staggering wealth and arrogance. And in the hands of Robert Downey Jr., he’s absolutely riveting. Downey may have seemed an unlikely casting choice at first, but it’s difficult to imagine any other actor in the role; he’s so quick-witted and he makes such inspired decisions with dialogue that, at times, might have seemed corny otherwise. Throughout his eclectic career he’s always been capable of both great charisma and vulnerability, and both are on display in this, the biggest movie of his life. “Iron Man” is also a blast ” the perfect start to the summer with its shiny mix of visual effects, elaborate set pieces and humor. This is also the biggest movie of director Jon Favreau’s life, and he juggles all the complicated, expensive toys deftly. Downey’s Tony is abducted by insurgents while demonstrating his weapons company’s latest missile to the U.S. military in Afghanistan. While in captivity, he’s ordered to reconstruct the missile but instead creates a suit of armor and becomes a weapon himself. 126 min.


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