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MOVIE///PREVIEWS by Matthew M. Sullivan OPENING JULY 15 Harry Potter and the Deathly


Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig in Cowboys and Aliens


OPENING JULY 1


Larry Crowne — Tom Hanks directs and stars as title character Larry Crowne — a likable but arrogant retail worker and recipient of mul- tiple “Employee of the Month” awards — who finds himself unexpectedly pink-slipped due to his lack of higher education. In an effort to get his life back in order, he returns to college only to find himself falling for his eccentric speech professor (Julia Roberts).


OPENING JULY 8


Horrible Bosses — Three friends (Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis), with the help of a professional hit-man (Jamie Foxx), contrive a plot to kill their apparently-horrible bosses (Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell). The three run into trouble and high jinks as they attempt to carry out their plan in this over-the-top comedy.


Hallows, Part 2 — Picking up where the last film left off, Harry and friends (Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint) return to Hogwarts to destroy the last of Voldemort’s (Ralph Fiennes) horcruxes, which are various items into which the Dark Lord split up his soul. When Voldemort discovers their plan, the gang must face him in the most epic of battles to save witches, wizards and even muggles in this blockbusting conclusion to the decade-long cinematic Potter franchise.


OPENING JULY 22 Captain America: The First


Avenger — When frail-guy Steve Rogers (Chris Evans’ head on a wimpy dude’s body) is labeled “unfit for service” by the U.S. Army, he enrolls in a top-secret government project to become first-ever super soldier Captain America (full Evans). Our most patriotic hero fights supervillain and burn victim Red Skull


OPENING JULY 29


Cowboys and Aliens — Two classic film genres clash in this action-packed sci-fi Western from director Jon Favreau (Iron Man). Amnesia-stricken cattle-wrangler Jake Lonergan (Daniel Craig), upon entering the town of Absolution, meets lawman Colonel Dolarhyde (Harrison Ford) and discovers that he is a wanted criminal. But when the town is attacked by extraterrestrials, the two must ignore their differences and saddle up to defend Absolution and the future of mankind.


Crazy, Stupid, Love — After separat- ing with his unfaithful wife (Julianne Moore), uncharismatic Cal Weaver (Steve Carrell) finds hope when playboy Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling) offers to take him on as an apprentice. Though Weaver finds success in his newly- adopted womanizing lifestyle, he longs to return to his estranged wife. n


(Hugo Weaving) and his Nazi cronies in this World War II-era superhero origin film.


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