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MOVIE///PREVIEWS by Nicholle Robertson OPENING FEB. 4


Sanctum 3-D James Cameron presents this adventure of a father and son trapped in an underwater cave with their crew. They strive to keep the team alive against all odds in this story based on true events.


OPENING FEB. 11


The Eagle Twenty years after the unexplained disappear- ance of the Ninth Legion, Marcus (Channing Tatum) arrives to solve the mystery and restore the Ninth commander’s reputation, his father. He and his slave, Esca (Jamie Bell), travel to Caledonia to confront the savage tribes, restore his father’s reputation and get back the legion’s golden emblem.


Just Go With It Lying to romance a schoolteacher, a plastic surgeon (Adam Sandler) enlists his assistant (Jennifer Aniston) to play his soon-to-be ex- wife. As lies pile up, he recruits her kids and takes the clan to Hawaii for a weekend that will change everyone’s lives.


OPENING FEB. 18


Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son FBI Agent Malcom Turner (Martin Lawrence) comes back as Big Momma to


The Eagle


help his 17-year-old nephew, Trent (Brandon T. Jackson), who witnessed a murder. Turner and his nephew go undercover as Big Momma and Charmaine at an all-girls’ school to find the murderer.


I Am Number Four John Smith (Alex Pattyfer) is on the run from enemies. Moving from town to town with his guardian, Henri (Timothy Olyphant), becoming new kid after new kid, he finally settles in Ohio, experiencing the life-chang- ing events of first love, new abilities, and a connection to others who share his destiny.


OPENING FEB. 25


Drive Angry 3-D After breaking out of Hell in attempt at redemption, Milton (Nicolas Cage) is set on stopping the cult who murdered his daugh- ter. With only three days to stop them before they sacrifice her baby he is joined by Piper (Amber Heard), a sexy, young waitress to stop the cult before it’s too late.


The Grace Card Mac McDonald (Michael Joiner) lost his son in an accident; now, 17 years later, the bitterness and pain has ruined love for his family and leaves him angry at God. He and his new partner at the police department, a part-time pastor and loving family man, must join forces and help each other look past their differences. n


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