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Belt the sloth (voiced by Chris Sanders) Guy (Ryan Reynolds), and Eep (Emma Stone) explore the world outside their cave in The Croods.   DREAMWORKS ANIMATION/ASSOCIATED PRESS
Belt the sloth (voiced by Chris Sanders) Guy (Ryan Reynolds), and Eep (Emma Stone) explore the world outside their cave in The Croods.

ADMISSION (PG-13): Straight-laced university admissions officer is caught off-guard when she makes a recruiting visit to an alternative high school. Exchange, Evans

THE CROODS (PG): When the cave that has always been their home is destroyed the Croods are forced to leave. Exchange, Evans, Aiken

INAPPROPRIATE COMEDY (R): Irreverent sketch-based comedy with a gruff-yet-fashionable cop named Flirty Harry, a depraved psychologist, and Lindsay Lohan. Exchange

MURPH: THE PROTECTOR (PG): Documentary based on Lt. Michael Murphy, a Navy SEAL who gave his life for his men in 2005 and was awarded the Medal of Honor in 2007. Exchange

OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN (R): Terrorists take over the White House and kidnap the president and his family. Exchange, Evans, Aiken

SPRING BREAKERS (R): Four college coeds find their Florida spring break taking an unexpectedly violent turn after falling in with a local gangster in this surreal black comedy. Exchange


21 AND OVER (R): A promising student celebrates his 21st birthday with his best friends. Exchange, Evans

ARGO (R): Extractors pose as a film crew to rescue hostages. Evans

THE CALL (R): An emergency operator races to find a kidnapped teen. Exchange, Evans, Aiken

DEAD MAN DOWN (R): Two strangers’ mutual desire for revenge unravels in an escalating trail of violence. Exchange, Evans

DJANGO UNCHAINED (R): Freed slave Django helps a bounty huner in the pre-Civil War South. Masters (opens 3/22)

ESCAPE FROM PLANET EARTH (PG): Scorch Supernova is caught in a trap set by an evil enemy. Exchange, Evans

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY (PG-13): Gandalf convinces Bilbo to help reclaim Erebor. Masters

IDENTITY THIEF (R): Melissa McCarthy steals Jason Bateman’s identity. Exchange, Evans, Aiken (ends 3/21)

THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE (PG-13): A street magician threatens to knock superstar magician Burt Wonderstone and his partner, Anton, off their Las Vegas thrones. Exchange, Evans, Aiken

JACK THE GIANT SLAYER (PG-13): The war between humans and giants is reignited when Jack opens a gateway between the worlds. Exchange, IMAX, Evans, Aiken

THE LAST EXORCISM PART 2 (PG-13): The evil force that possessed Nell Sweetzer returns. Exchange, Evans

LES MISéRABLES (PG-13): Big-screen adaptation of the popular musical. Masters (opens 3/22)

THE LIFE OF PI (PG): Pi is set adrift with several animals in the Pacific Ocean. Masters

LINCOLN (PG-13): Lincoln works to end the war, unite the country and abolish slavery. Masters

THE LOST MEDALLION (PG): Daniel Anderson tells a story about two friends who uncover a medallion and wish themselves back in time. Exchange

OZ: THE GREAT AND POWERFUL (PG): A small-time circus magician from Kansas becomes the wizard of Oz. Exchange, IMAX, Evans, Aiken

PARENTAL GUIDANCE (PG): Old-school grandparents meet 21st century parenting problems. Masters

SAFE HAVEN (PG-13): Film based on Nicolas Sparks novel. Exchange (ends 3/21, Evans, Aiken (ends 3/21)

SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK (R): Bradley Cooper works to rebuild his life. Exchange

SNITCH (PG-13): An accused man’s father makes a deal to infiltrate a drug cartel. Exchange, Evans, Aiken

WRECK-IT RALPH (PG): Arcade-game character is tired of being the “bad guy”. Masters


Evans Stadium Cinemas: 4365 Towne Center Drive, Evans; (706) 869-1269

Masters Value Cinemas: 2824 Washington Road; (706) 736-4444

Regal Aiken Mall Cinema 8: 300 East Gate Drive, Aiken; (803) 641-0900

Regal Augusta Exchange 20 & IMAX: 1144 Agerton Lane; (706) 667-6653 or (706) 667-8585

CLOSED FOR SEASON – Monetta Drive-In: 5822 Columbia Highway N., Monetta, S.C., (803) 685-7949,

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