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Openings in Columbia SC: 22 Jump Street, Alone Yet Not Alone

By Free Times
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 |
Opening

22 Jump Street More bromantic buddy-cop shtick. More over-the-top gags. Same well-matched leads. (R) (AMC Dutch Square, Regal Columbiana, Regal Pastime Pavilion, Regal Sandhill)

Alone Yet Not Alone As Native Americans battle against encroaching settlers, a group of kids is caught between opposing worlds. (PG-13) (Carmike 14)

How to Train Your Dragon 2 Dragon-riding boy meets estranged dragon-expert mom, fights more baddies while riding dragons. (PG) (Carmike Wynnsong, AMC Dutch Square, Regal Columbiana, Regal Pastime Pavilion, Regal Sandhill)

The Lunchbox An Indian man nearing retirement finds new love when he is delivered the wrong lunch in this 2013 Cannes favorite. (PG) (Nickelodeon)

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About Last Night Two couples journey from the bar to the bedroom and are eventually put to the test in the real world. (R)

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 The second installment of the second — and thus far inferior — Spidey film series pits our hero against three formidable villains. (PG-13)

Bears Born cute, brown bears grow to become formidable forest dwellers. Witness the transformation. (G)

Belle A mixed-race young woman struggles to find her place in the bigoted world of 18th century England. (PG)

Blended Adam Sandler takes a sure-to-be-intelligent-and-racially sensitive trip to Africa. Psych! (PG-13)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier An Avenger reckons with an enemy he helped create. Also, Robert Redford in a comic book movie! (PG-13)

Divergent It’s teen drama in the shadow of an impending holocaust in this story of beautiful people with special talents and a government out to get them. (PG-13)

Edge of Tomorrow It’s Groundhog Day with guns and Tom Cruise in this intentionally repetitious sci-fi thriller. (PG-13)

The Fault in Our Stars Heartbreaking YA tale of young cancer patients who fall in love hits the big screen. (PG-13)

Godzilla Gareth Edwards ventures to bring some grit back to Godzilla after that oh-so-silly 1998 misfire. (PG-13)

Heaven Is For Real A little boy returns from a near-death experience with memories of heaven. Cue the faith testing. (PG)

Legends of Oz: Dorothy Returns It’s back to Oz in a computer-animated adventure sure to frustrate every parent forced to suffers through it. (PG)

Maleficent Angelina Jolie portrays the titular witch from Sleeping Beauty in a Wicked-esque “true story” adaptation. (PG)

Million Dollar Arm Failing sports agent seeks first elite pitcher from India in a bid to save his career — Disney style. (PG)

A Million Ways to Die in the West After making a Ted(dy) bear say dirty words, Seth MacFarlane raunches up the Old West. (R)

Mom’s Night Out Moms leave dads with the kids for a night out. Dads lose baby. Gender roles reinforced. (PG)

Mr. Peabody & Sherman Based on the beloved cartoon, this computer-animated adventure will do its best not to stomp on your childhood memories. (PG)

Neighbors A new dad (Seth Rogen) gets caught in a pissing contest with his frat-president neighbor (Zac Efron).(R)

Noah Darren Aronofsky takes on yet another protagonist driven in a way none of his peers understand. But this time dude has an ark. (PG-13)

Oculus A woman attempts to prove that the murder her brother committed was actually supernatural. Cue the spooks. (R)

The Quiet Ones A scholarly team seeks a scientific explanation for demonic possession with predictably spooky results. (PG-13)

The Railway Man A former WWII POW goes on a journey to the East to face his one-time captor and torture. (R)

X-Men: Days of Future Past Through some time-bending telepathy, two generations of mutants strive to save the future. Nerds rejoice. (PG-13)

Transcendence A dying Johnny Depp has his consciousness digitized, becoming an all-powerful megalomaniac. Because of course he does. (PG-13)

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