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This photo provided by Paramount Pictures shows Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore in ìNext.î (AP Photo/Paramount/Joseph Lederer)
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Showtimes: 1, 4, 7 and 9:30 p.m.

Friday through Thursday at the Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Las Vegas showroom magician Cris Johnson has a secret which is a gift and a curse which torments him: he can see a few minutes into the future. Sick of the examinations he underwent as a child and the interest of the government and medical establishment in his power, he lies low under an assumed name in Vegas, performing cheap tricks and living off small-time gambling “winnings.” But when a terrorist group threatens to detonate a nuclear device in Los Angeles, government agent Callie Ferris must use all her wiles to capture Cris and convince him to help her stop the cataclysm. PG-13 for intense sequences of violent action, and some language.

Showtimes: 1:15, 4:15, 7:15 and 9:45 p.m. Friday through Thursday at the Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

A select group of death row inmates are offered the opportunity to compete in a deadly game on an abandoned island for one week. The winner of the game will have his or her sentence dropped down to life imprisonment and avoid execution. R for pervasive strong brutal violence, and for language.

Showtimes: 1:15, 4:15, 7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday through Thursday at the

Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Nick, is a high school senior with a bright future until, in a tragic case of mistaken identity, he is brutally attacked by a troubled girl, Annie, and his body is left for dead. Now in limbo, not quite dead but invisible to the living, his spirit can only watch as his mother and the police search frantically for him, unaware that he is only hours away from truly perishing. PG-13 for violence, criminality, sensuality and language – all involving teens.

Showtimes: 1:30, 4:30, 7:15 and 9:45 p.m. Friday through Thursday at the Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

We know you’re thinking it. We were, too. So we may as well just acknowledge it, get it out of the way and move on as a group: Yes, Anthony Hopkins is indeed doing a version of patented Hannibal Lecter shtick. So yes, you have seen him do this before. But he does it so well and it’s still so much fun to watch, you may as well just give in. Hopkins stars as a Los Angeles executive accused of shooting his much younger wife (Embeth Davidtz) after he catches her having an affair. And he’s admitted he committed the crime. R for language and some violent content. 113 min.

Showtimes: 4:15 and 9:30 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Adam Brody graduates from “The O.C” and proves he can carry a film, or at least struggle to carry a film with his dignity intact, even when it descends into sudsy melodrama. Brody stars as Carter Webb, a lovelorn L.A. writer (is there any other kind?) who flees for the safety and comfort of suburban Michigan after his Penelope Cruz-style, model-actress girlfriend dumps him (at a hipster coffee shop where fans ask her for autographs, naturally). He moves in with his aging, ailing grandmother (Olympia Dukakis, cantankerous again) but ends up spending more time with the women across the street. PG-13 for sexual content, thematic elements and language. 98 min.

Showtimes: 1, 4:30, 7:15 and 9:15 p.m. Friday through Thursday at the Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Bickering husband and wife David and Amy Fox (Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale) take a short cut during an all-night road trip and wind up at a middle-of-nowhere motel, where the only other person around is the creepy night manager (Frank Whaley). In no time they realize the videos left on top of the TV are graphic snuff films that were shot right in their run-down room ” and that if they don’t figure out a way to work together and escape, they’ll be the next victims. R for brutal violence and terror, brief nudity and language. 97 min.

Showtimes: 1:30, 4:30, 7:15 and 9:45 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

The filmmakers are quick to acknowledge “Rear Window” as a forerunner for the voyeurism of this thriller about a housebound teenager convinced his neighbor’s a serial killer. What they don’t have to say is that “Disturbia” is no “Rear Window,” because you already knew that. The latter is Hitchcock. The former is not. Yet it’s a decent-enough thriller that’s far smarter than most big studio flicks with teen protagonists. PG-13 for sequences of terror and violence, and some sensuality. 104 min.

Showtimes: 1 and 7:15 p.m. Friday through Thursday at the Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

When Lewis meets a mysterious boy from the future named Wilbur Robinson, the two travel forward in time where Lewis discovers the amazing secret of the Robinson family. Lewis is a brilliant twelve-year-old with a surprising number of clever inventions to his credit. His latest and most ambitious project is the Memory Scanner, which he hopes will retrieve early memories of his mother and maybe even reveal why she put him up for adoption. Rated G.

Showtimes: 1:15, 4, 7:15 and 9:30 p.m. Friday through Thursday at Skyline Cinema in Dillon.

Perhaps nowhere in sports is the marriage of athleticism and grace more evident than in the arena of world champion pairs figure skating ” the lifts, the jumps, the routines. It’s an elegant world, a rarefied universe, a noble place populated by the creme de la creme of skating elite. Well, it used to be. When the macho, swaggering Chazz Michael Michaels takes to the rink, he is the rock star of the arena, leaving a trail of thrashed ice and shrieking female fans in his wake. PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, language, a comic violent image, and some drug references.


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