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What's playing at the Edwards Theatres

Posted: March 29, 2008 2:56 p.m.
Updated: May 29, 2008 5:03 a.m.
 
10,000 B.C. - Director Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, The Day after Tomorrow) zips way back through time to focus on a young hunter (Steven Strait) in a remote mountain tribe who likes a girl named Evolet (Camilla Belle). (PG-13, 109 minutes)

College Road Trip - Martin Lawrence stars as an overprotective father to Raven-Symone, who wants to head out on a "girls only" road trip to check out possible universities, but he decides that he'll escort her on this road trip. Donnie Osmond co-stars, presumably as one of those weird folks you'd find on the road only in a Hollywood movie, especially with that grin that's lasted all of these years. (G, 83 minutes)

The Bank Job - The infamous 1971 robbery of the Lloyds Bank in Marylebone, London serves as the inspiration for this heist thriller, as a car dealer (Jason Statham, Transporter) just wants to keep away from the trouble he's had before, especially since he has a new family. (R, 110 minutes; Canyon Country only)

Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day - In 1939 London, a flighty and confused American actress and singer, Delysia Lafosse, (Amy Adams, Enchanted) hires a social secretary (Frances McDormand, Fargo), who's actually a governess dismissed yet again from a previous job, but under unfair circumstances. (PG-13, 92 minutes; Canyon Country only)

The Other Boleyn Girl - Henry VIII he is, he is, and he's Eric Bana, being courted by sisters Ann (Natalie Portman, Closer) and Mary (Scarlett Johansson, Lost In Translation) for the wealth and power that comes with being close to the king.

Penelope - A girl (Christina Ricci, Sleepy Hollow), born to wealthy parents (SCTV's Catherine O'Hara and Brit Richard E. Grant), must endure the family curse that saddles her with the nose of a pig. (PG, 102 minutes; Valencia only)

Semi-Pro - Life is good for singer Jackie Moon (SNL alum Will Ferrell) who is only known for one hit, but that's enough to give him all the money he wants to own a basketball time in the ABA, rival to the NBA and responsible for slam dunk contests and the three-point shot. (R, 85 minutes)

Jumper - A young man's (Hayden Christensen, Shattered Glass) genetics allow him to teleport to anywhere he wants in time and space. He learns that for centuries and that he's one of a number of "Jumpers," who have been battling forces (one of them being Samuel L. Jackson in white hair, with yet (PG-13, 88 minutes)

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