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The long holiday weekend provides ample time to check out what's in theaters. One of this week's new releases has teenagers running for their lives. In another, Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are defending the galaxy once again.
It has been ten years since the sequel and now James Brolin joins Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in Men in Black III. In the third film in the series, Agent J goes back in time to find a way to save the world from threatening aliens. While he's there, he learns the tricks of the trade that were never shared from a young Agent K (Brolin). The PG-13 sci-fi action film runs for one hour and forty-four minutes. It's playing in 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D theaters.
The mystery behind what happened to the Chernobyl nuclear reactor workers is told in Chernobyl Diaries. Despite warnings, a group of young tourists venture into the area known as Pripyat. The one hour and twenty-six minute horror film is rated R for language and violence.
A young girl has her heart set on finding her rodeo rider dad in Cowgirls n' Angels. During her search, she discovers that she has riding skills and begins to fall in love with the sport. The one hour and thirty-two minute film is rated PG. It's playing in limited theaters.
Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman star in Moonrise Kingdom. In the film, two 12-year-olds leave their homes to spend time together in the wilderness. As their families and authorities search for the two children, the young lovebirds are faced with an oncoming storm. The PG-13 romantic comedy plays for one hour and thirty-four minutes. It's playing in N.Y. and L.A.
A father moves his family from Brooklyn to New Orleans for a job in Mighty Fine. When things don't go the way he planned, his temper gets to him and he lashes out at his family. The one hour and twenty minute drama stars Chazz Palminteri, Andie MacDowell, Jodelle Ferland, and Rainey Qualley. It's playing in N.Y. and L.A. and is rated R for language and nudity.
An unlikely friendship forms between an ex-con and a wealthy, paralyzed man in The Intouchables. Based on real events, a French quadriplegic aristocrat hires a young Muslim criminal to be his caretaker. The limited released film shows how a strong relationship can overcome obvious differences. The one hour and fifty-two minute French film has English subtitles. It's rated R for drugs and language.
Disney goes Hindi with Arjun:The Warrior Prince. Based on the popular mythical Indian tale, the Mahabharat, the limited released film tells the story of a young prince who goes up against an army to bring peace to his nation. The unrated, animated adventure runs for one hour and thirty-six minutes. It's subtitled in English.
Will Smith brought one of his popular roles back to the big screen in Men in Black 3. On June 1, Charlize Theron takes on the popular role of the evil Queen in the fairytale, Snow White and the Huntsman. Also hitting theaters next week is For Greater Glory, a new film starring Andy Garcia, Eva Longoria, and Peter O'Toole.
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