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MOVIE///PREVIEWS by Carl Dunker OPENING NOV. 18 Immortals OPENING NOV. 4 A Very Harold and Kumar


Christmas Harold and Kumar are once again united in a third odyssey fraught with pot, peril and Neil Patrick Harris. After drifting apart in the years following their ordeal at Gitmo, the dynamic duo must set off through the streets of New York City to find the perfect replacement for Harold’s father-in-law’s Christmas tree after Kumar accidentally torches it to the ground. Time is short and tempers high as they struggle to complete the quest before Christmas Day.


OPENING NOV. 11


Immortals Tarsem Singh, of such visually stunning films as The Fall, directs a reimagining of Theseus’ epic quest to save the world and get revenge. While evil King Hyperion ravages the Greek countryside seeking the ultimate weapon to overthrow the gods, the Sybelline oracle chooses Theseus as the one man capable of defeating him. Fighting to avenge his mother’s death, Theseus and his small band are all that can stop Hyperion’s bid for world domination.


Happy Feet Two If you think there’s nothing cuter than penguin chicks dancing in the arctic, think again! Now they rap! In 3-D! When Erik, a penguin chick who can’t dance, encounters a flying penguin he loses respect for his father Mumble. However, Erik’s admiration of his father is renewed when Mumble works to unite the arctic creatures against the powerful forces that threaten to tear their world apart.


Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn


Part 1 It’s the beginning of the end for Twi-hards everywhere, when the first installment of Stephenie Meyer’s final novel hits theaters. The marital bliss of Edward and Bella is disrupted by her sudden pregnancy and a looming threat from the vampire council. All the plot threads begin to converge for a final


showdown the penultimate installment of this romantic odyssey.


OPENING NOV. 23


The Muppets In another reunion-related film, the Muppets must rally together to save the Muppet theater from the money- grubbing oil tycoon Tex Richman. The Muppets’ biggest fan, Walter, and his friends join forces to promote a record-setting 10-million dollar tel-a- thon to keep the theater from becoming just an-


other oil well in an ever energy-hungry world. Jason Segel, of “How I Met Your Mother” fame brings his wild, quirky charm to the big screen again in this updated classic for the whole family. n


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