The Back Space Theatre
(1120 Main Ave., 259-7940)
Buck. (Daily through July 17) The critically acclaimed story of real-life horse whisperer Buck Brannaman.
(102 Fifth St. Next to the railroad depot, 247-8133)
Larry Crowne. HH Tom Hanks goes back to college after a career in a big-box store. Falls in love with teacher (Julia Roberts). A straighter version of Back to School. (See review this page) Rated PG-13.
Midnight in Paris. HHH½ Woody Allens latest is a romantic fantasy that has Owen Wilson living the life of Hemingway and Stein in the City of Lights. Rated PG-13.
Durango Stadium 9
(Next to Durango Mall, 247-9799)
Monte Carlo. HH Three young ladies graduate from high school and head for Paris. Rated PG.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon.H (In standard and digital 3-D with surcharge.) If you can believe it, the war between man and machine is even bigger than ever. Rated PG-13.
Bad Teacher. HH Cameron Diaz plays a foul-mouthed, hard-drinking teacher looking to marry her way out of a miserable existence. Rated R.
Cars 2.HHH½ (In standard and Disney Digital 3-D with surcharge) The pals are off to Europe for the Grand Prix, but Mater (voice of Larry the Cable Guy) gets sidetracked on a case of international espionage. Rated G.
Green Lantern.HH½ Ryan Reynolds stars as the first human selected to harness the ancient powers of the Green Lantern, with mixed results. Rated PG-13.
Mr. Poppers Penguins. H½ Jim Carrey is a no-nonsense businessman who inherits six Emperor penguins. They move into his house, and, not surprisingly, his life changes. Rated PG.
Super 8. HHH½ An intriguing Spielberg offering about a mysterious train crash in the 1970s caught on film by locals who start vanishing for some reason. Rated PG-13.
Bridesmaids. HHH½ A group of ladies proves that The Hangover crews got nothing on the fairer sex when it comes to bad behavior. Rated R.
The Chronicles of Narnia. (Tuesday and Wednesday free movie; 10 a.m. only) The first of the modern remakes of the C.S. Lewis series of four kids and a lion on a wild journey.
Summaries by Ted Holteen
Ratings by Roger Ebert