The Back Space Theatre
(1120 Main Ave., 259-7940)
Sleepwalk with Me. HHH½ Stand-up comedian Mike Birbiglia makes the most of an otherwise very serious sleepwalking disorder. (See review this page.) Not rated.
(102 Fifth St. Next to the railroad depot, 247-8133)
The Intouchables. HH½ A comedy based on a true story in which a handicapped millionaire and his ex-con caretaker form a unique bond of friendship. Rated R.
To Rome with Love. HHH Woody Allen’s latest has high-profile Americans mixing with Europeans and provincials in the Eternal City. Rated R.
Durango Stadium 9
(Next to Durango Mall, 247-9799)
Dredd. (No Ebert rating; in standard format at digital 3-D with surcharge.) When the police have the ability to try and sentence offenders, one must hope that they’re really the good guys. Rated R.
End of Watch. HHHH Two cops are added to a Mexican cartel’s hit list after a routine traffic stop. Rated R.
The House at the End of the Street. (No Ebert rating) Here’s my guess, sight unseen: Something bad happened in the house and may again. Rated PG-13.
Trouble with the Curve. HHH I promised myself I wouldn’t make any lame jokes about empty chairs. This is a movie about baseball starring Clint Eastwood and Amy Adams. Rated PG-13.
Finding Nemo. HHHH (In standard format and digital 3-D with surcharge.) This movie is 9 years old, so there’s no harm in giving away the plot: A fish’s son is fishnapped and he goes on a quest to get him back. Rated G.
Last Ounce of Courage. (No Ebert rating) Long story short: a GI has a baby, GI dies in battle, baby grows up, and this plot follows the relationship of the baby and the GI’s dad, the baby’s grandfather. Hope that makes sense. Rated PG.
Resident Evil: Retribution. (No Ebert rating: In standard format and digital 3-D with surcharge.) Alice keeps battling the Umbrella Corp. and the undead until the next movie comes out. Rated R.
Obama’s America: 2016. (No Ebert rating) A timely but controversial film that asks the question: If Obama wins a second term, where will we be in four years? Rated PG.
The Possession. HHH ½ They’d have called this “The Exorcist,” but the name already was taken. A young girl gets herself possessed by an evil spirit, and her parents spend the next couple of hours trying to rid their lives of the thing. Rated PG-13.
Lawless. HH½ Hard to tell who the bad guys are in this Depression-era crime tale. The cops want a cut of the gangsters’ profits, and these guys aren’t the sharing type. Rated R.
Ted holteen and roger ebert