RABBIT HOLE — In "Rabbit Hole," a husband and wife are eight months into the emptier lives they now lead after losing their son. And things aren't "nice" any more, and possibly never will be nice again. 91 minutes; PG-13 (mature thematic material, some drug use and language) (Broadway); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★½
THE RITE — A thriller chronicling an American Priest's experience as he travels to Rome to study at an Italian exorcism school. 110 minutes; PG-13 (disturbing thematic material, violence, frightening images and language, including sexual references);Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinal: ★★
SEASON OF THE WITCH — A film set in the 14th century as knights take a suspected witch, whose powers are believed to be the source of the Black Plague, to a monastery to dispel her curse. 113 minutes; PG-13 (thematic elements, violence and disturbing content); Christy Lemire, AP: ★
SKYLINE — Extraterrestrials invade Los Angeles in this film full of special effects that are in search of a real movie. 92 minutes; PG-13: CNS rating: A-III (sci-fi action, violence, profanity, sexual content); Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel: ★
THE SOCIAL NETWORK — Facebook's founder gets unfriended big-time in an engrossing drama that's definitely not for youngsters. 120 minutes; PG-13; CNS rating: A-III (nongraphic casual sexual activity, same-sex kissing, brief partial nudity, drug use, some sexual references, several uses of profanity, at least one use of the F-word and much crude language); Christy Lemire, Associated Press: ★★★★
TANGLED — Rapunzel, the girl locked in a tower with only her long, golden locks for company, gets a sassy, spirited screen treatment from Disney with "Tangled," an animated fairy-tale musical from the Not Pixar corner of the company. 93 minutes; PG (mild violence); CNS rating: A-I. Animated, also shown in 3D. Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel: ★★★
THE TOURIST — Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp make this spy romance bleed charm, despite its uninspired script. With anyone else, it would have gone straight to DVD. 103 minutes; PG-13; CNS rating: A-III (brief graphic violence, at least one use of the F-word, sexual references, crude and crass language); Travis Poppleton, for the Deseret News: ★★½
TRON: LEGACY — The selling point is mind-blowing CGI, but its heart is about the relationship between fathers and sons. "Legacy" isn't breaking new frontiers as much as updating its old ones, but it does so with style. 127 minutes; PG; CNS rating: A-II (sci-fi action violence, images of severed limbs, brief mild language); Joshua Terry, for the Deseret News: ★★★
TRUE GRIT — A tough U.S. marshal (Jeff Bridges) helps a stubborn young woman track down her father's murderer. 110 minutes; PG-13; CNS rating: A-III (considerable, occasionally bloody violence, brief gruesome imagery, a half-dozen uses of profanity and a few crass terms) Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel: ★★★
UNSTOPPABLE — An action drama based on real events about a rail company's efforts to stop a half-mile-long freight train carrying combustible liquids and poisonous gas from wiping out a city. 98 minutes; PG-13; CNS rating: A-III (graphic injury, profanity, including at least one instance of the F-word); Travis Poppleton, for the Deseret News: ★★★
THE WAY BACK — Inspired by the novel "The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom," the old-fashioned historical epic chronicles the journey of a group of prisoners as they travel thousands of miles to escape a Siberian gulag. 133 minutes; PG-13 (violent content, depiction of physical hardships, a nude image, profanity); Christy Lemire, AP: ★★
YOGI BEAR — "Yogi Bear" is, at best, a forgettable movie experience. Its weak gags and lifeless atmosphere make it a poor introduction to Hanna-Barbera's classic animated omnivore. For parents hoping to share "Yogi Bear" with their children, the money would be better spent on DVDs of the original cartoons. 80 minutes; PG (mild rude humor); Jeffrey Peterson, for the Deseret News: ★
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