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HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2 — In the final film of the Harry Potter series, Harry, Ron and Hermione work to destroy Voldemort's remaining horcruxes in an ultimate battle between good and evil. 130 minutes; PG-13 (some sequences of intense action violence and frightening images); Christine Rappleye, Deseret News: ★★★1/2
PAGE ONE: INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES — This documentary takes viewers inside the New York Times during an era of changing media landscape and turmoil within the world of journalism. 88 minutes; R (language including some sexual references); (Broadway); Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★
TABLOID — Director Errol Morris depicts the life of a former beauty queen charged with abducting and imprisoning a missionary from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 87 minutes; R (sexual content and nudity); (Broadway)
WINNIE THE POOH — What begins as an ordinary quest to find some honey leads Pooh and his friends on a quest to find Christopher Robin, who they believe has been captured by an unknown creature. 69 minutes; G (nothing offensive): Roger Moore, The Orlando Sentinel: ★★★
ARMADILLO — Free screening (July 19, 7 p.m.: Salt Lake City Library)
BIG — SLC's Friday Night Flicks free screening (July 15, 8 p.m.: Wasatch Hollow)
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 2 3D — (Layton Hills, Carmike 12, Ritz, Wynnsong, Century South Salt Lake, Century Sandy, Cinemark American Fork, Provo Towne Center, Jordan Landing, Cinemark Bountiful, Tinseltown Ogden, Tinseltown Layton, University Mall, Gateway, Junction, Jordan Commons, District, Thanksgiving Point)
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON — Free outdoor movie (July 21, 7 p.m.: Ed Kenley Amphitheater, Layton)
NAPOLEON DYNAMITE — Movie Under the Stars (July 15, 7:30 p.m.: Utah State Capitol)
SUPERBAD — Film Buff Night at Brewvies (July 18, 10 p.m.: Brewvies, must be 21 or older)
TOSCA — Metropolitan Opera screening (July 20, 6:30 p.m.: Provo Towne Center, Jordan Landing, Cinemark Bountiful, Tinseltown Layton, Tinseltown Ogden, Century South Salt Lake, Century Sandy, University Mall)
TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON 3D — (Layton Hills, Carmike 12, Ritz, Wynnsong, Century South Salt Lake, Century Sandy, Cinemark American Fork, Provo Towne Center, Jordan Landing, Cinemark Bountiful, Tinseltown Ogden, Tinseltown Layton, University Mall, Gateway, Junction, Jordan Commons, District, Thanksgiving Point)
HUBBLE 3D — A documentary detailing the experience of seven astronauts as they repair the Hubble Space Telescope. 45 minutes, G (nothing offensive)
SEA REX 3D: JOURNEY TO A PREHISTORIC WORLD — A large-screen short about extinct deep-sea life forms. Shown in 3-D; 30 minutes; not rated, probable G (nothing offensive) (Thanksgiving Point)
17 MIRACLES — Filmmaker T.C. Christensen tells the story of Levi Savage, a member of the Willie Handcart Company, who sees miracles in the tragedies the pioneers faced. 112 minutes; PG (thematic material involving hardships and suffering); Doug Wright, KSL Radio: ★★★
BAD TEACHER — Cameron Diaz stars as a foul-mouthed junior high teacher who gets dumped by her wealthy fiance. 92 minutes; R (sexual content, nudity, language and some drug use); By Connie Ogle, McClatchy Newspapers: ★★½
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