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Alexander (R)
Does Hollywood’s most notorious playboy, Colin Farrell, have what it takes to play the ancient world’s greatest warrior, Alexander the Great? Oliver Stone’s epic follows Alexander’s conquests over much of the known world, leading the Greek and Macedonian armies in the fight against the mighty Persian army. The all-star cast also includes Angelina Jolie, Val Kilmer, Rosario Dawson, Jared Leto, and Anthony Hopkins.
Now Showing: Wynnsong 16

Blade: Trinity (R)
Wesley Snipes appears again as The Daywalker in the third installment of the Blade series, Blade: Trinity. Now that the earth has been taken over by vampires, Blade joins a group of vampire hunters, The Nightstalkers, in an effort to get Earth back in the clutches of human hands. This is made ever more difficult when the vampires attempt to frame Blade in a series of murders. After a series of vicious battles, the end of the movie finds Blade face to face with Dracula. Also starring Jessica Biel, Kris Kristofferson and Ryan Reynolds.
Now Showing: Knoxville Center, Tinseltown USA, Foothills 12, Wynnsong 16

Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason (R)
The first Bridget Jones movie was charmingly foible-filled, from Bridget’s drunken attempts at karaoke during the office party to the unforgettable fire pole scene. Renee Zellweger packed on a few pounds and aced her role as the quirky Brit chick. The sequel is sure to see Bridg through more hysterical embarrassment and romantic blunders while choosing between her two cute British blokes played by Hugh Grant and Colin Farrell (sigh).
Now Showing: Wynnsong 16

Cellular (PG-13)
A young man (Chris Evans) innocently answers his cell phone and is thrown into a high-stakes, race-against-time thriller to save a complete stranger’s life.
Now Showing: Movies 7

Christmas with the Kranks (PG-13)
What’s a holiday season without a cheesy family comedy complete with old standby actors like Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis? The two pair up to play a married couple who, after their daughter goes to Peru for a Peace Corps mission, decide to cancel Christmas altogether and opt for a Caribbean cruise instead. A scramble to reinstate Chevy Chase-style decor and cheer ensues when their daughter calls suddenly to say she’ll be coming home after all.
Now Showing: Knoxville Center, Farragut Towne Square, Wynnsong 16, Foothills 12, Tinseltown USA

Closer (R)
Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman and Clive Owen star in a dark, dialogue-heavy psychosexual drama about love at first sight, obsession, monogamy and the struggle for dominance in relationships.
Now Showing: Downtown West, Carmike 10

Finding Neverland (PG)
Intense and subtle character actor Johnny Depp takes on the personage of writer J.M. Barrie, whose friendship with his neighbors—the widow Sylvia Llewelyn Davies (played by Kate Winslet) and her four young boys—inspired the now-classic story of Peter Pan. Directed by Marc Forster (Monster’s Ball).
Now Showing: Downtown West

The Flight of the Phoenix (PG-13)
A plane crash in the Sahara forces the pilot (Dennis Quaid) and his motley crew to attempt to rebuild the aircraft. Limited resources lead to frustration and angst among the stranded (including Giovanni Ribisi, Hugh Laurie and Tyrese Gibson) who are only able to use parts salvaged from the debris. A remake of the 1965 film starring James Stewart, Richard Attenborough and Ernest Borgnine.
Now Showing: Carmike 10, Foothills 12, Farragut Towne Square, Tinseltown USA, Halls Cinema 7, West Town Mall

The Forgotten (PG-13)
Telly Paretta (Julianne Moore) is a mother grieving over the sudden disappearance of her son. When various government counselors try to convince her that her son was nothing but a fabricated memory, she hooks up with a frantic father who is also being spoon-fed the same lies and, together they attempt to discover the truth behind the mysterious disappearances.
Now Showing: Movies 7

I, Robot (PG-13)
Loosely based on stories by Isaac Asimov, this futuristic sci-fi murder mystery takes place in a world completely dependent on androids that might be too smart for their own good. Del Spooner (Will Smith) is a skeptical detective investigating the murder of a scientist, and his top suspect is a robot named Sonny (Alan Tudyk).
Now Showing: Movies 7

The Incredibles (PG)
These days, it seems to be a requirement for Hollywood’s A-listers to lend their voice to animated films—or maybe they are all just sick of the Zone diet. Anyhow, Pixar has done it again, rounding up Holly Hunter, Jason Lee, and Samuel L. Jackson for the hero-packed adventure. The plot follows Bob Parr, a former superhero known as “Mr. Incredible,” who moves to the ‘burbs for a normal life with the wife and kids. But it’s not long before he gets the call to duty for a hush-hush mission.
Now Showing: Farragut Towne Square, West Town Mall, Carmike 10, Tinseltown USA

Kinsey (R)
This bio-pic depicts the fascinating life of scientist Alfred Kinsey (Liam Neeson) who became a world-renowned sex expert through years of one-on-one “sex history interviews” with people from all walks of life. With his wife (Laura Linney) by his side, plus the help of his assistant (Peter Sarsgaard), Kinsey revolutionized the way people thought about sexuality in the ‘40s and ‘50s.
Now Showing: Downtown West

Ladder 49 (PG-13)
A harrowing story about how ordinary men can become extraordinary heroes, Ladder 49 exposes the “often hidden human element” to the dangerous lives and sacrifices of American firefighters. The plot wraps itself around devoted firefighter Jack Morrison (Joaquin Phoenix) as he lies trapped deep within a burning warehouse, his memories, moment-by-moment, year-by-year leading up to his current predicament, and the strong bond he has formed with his mentor and captain, Mike Kennedy (John Travolta).
Now Showing: Movies 7

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (PG)
After their parents die in a house fire, Klaus, Violet and Sunny Baudelaire are forced to live with their creepy relative Count Olaf (played by the many creepy faces of Jim Carrey). The greedy count plots to kill the children in order to inherit their fortune, but the children are difficult to outwit. Based on the popular young adult book series.
Now Showing: Wynnsong 16, Foothills 12, Farragut Towne Square, Tinseltown USA, Knoxville Center, Halls Cinema 7

National Treasure (PG)
Ben Gates (Nick Cage) descends from a long line of men whose job it is to guard the national treasure. Pieces of the treasure map are cleverly hidden within the contents of the Declaration of Independence and even on the face of the dollar bill. When Ben gets wind that someone is making plans to steal the historical document and claim the treasure, Ben decides he must steal it himself, to ensure the treasure’s safety.
Now Showing: Farragut Towne Square, Knoxville Center, Wynnsong 16, Foothills 12, Tinseltown USA, Halls Cinema 7

The Notebook (PG-13)
An elderly man (James Garner) visits an aging woman (Gena Rowlands) in a nursing home and reads her a story of two young lovers, Noah (Ryan Gosling) and Allie (Rachel McAdams). After one short summer together, the young couple is separated for 14 years by World War II. Upon returning, Noah finds Allie engaged to be married.
Now Showing: Movies 7

Ocean’s Twelve (PG-13)
Those playboy cut-ups George Clooney and Brad Pitt and the rest of the Ocean’s Eleven crew turn again to high-stakes thieving when Andy Garcia threatens prison or death if he doesn’t get his millions back. A romp across Europe ensues with the addition of Catherine Zeta Jones.
Now Showing: Farragut Towne Square, Tinseltown USA, Halls Cinema 7, Foothills 12, Wynnsong 16, Knoxville Center

The Polar Express (G)
In this CGI animated feature based on the children’s book of the same name, Tom Hanks gives voice to five characters, including a train conductor who takes a young boy and other children on a surreal ride to the North Pole and Santa’s workshop.
Now Showing: Foothills 12, Carmike 10, West Town Mall, Foothills 12, Tinseltown USA, Halls Cinema 7

Ray (PG-13)
The Oscar buzz has already begun over Jamie Foxx’s spot-on portrayal of legendary soul singer Ray Charles. This bio-pic tracks Charles’ life, from his tragic impoverished youth to his status as an icon who changed the course of popular music.
Now Showing: Downtown West

Resident Evil: Apocalypse (R)
The genetically altered, superhuman beauty Alice (Milla Jovovich) returns to fight the undead in this sequel to the 2002 blockbuster hit Resident Evil. The adventure begins where the last one left off: Alice is stranded in Raccoon City to fend off an onslaught of ravenous monsters, including a heavily armed and formidable assassin called Nemesis.
Now Showing: Knoxville Center

Shall We Dance? (PG-13)
An unhappy, workaholic husband and father (Richard Gere) finds happiness for both himself and his wife (Susan Sarandon) when he begins taking sultry dance lessons from an instructor (Jennifer Lopez) he spies from a passing train commute home.
Now Showing: Wynnsong 16

Shark Tale (PG)
Unlike last year’s big-biting, G-rated fish-flick Finding Nemo, this animated Dreamworks tale takes its cartoon a step higher (and darker) by presenting the child (and childlike adult) audience with a tiny hustler named Oscar (Will Smith) who’s hunted by a dangerous gang of killer sharks. Along with Smith, Renee Zellweger, Jack Black, Robert De Niro and director Martin Scorsese spotlight the impressive list of character voices.
Now Showing: Movies 7

Sideways (R)
Two 40-something college buddies, Miles and Jack (Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church), take a weeklong sojourn to California wine country as prologue to Jack’s wedding. Miles’ love of wine collides with Jack’s love of womanizing in this all-over-the-road trip.
Now Showing: Downtown West

Spanglish (PG-13)
James L. Brooks (As Good as It Gets) directs Adam Sandler in another comic-serious role as John Clasky, an award-winning chef, father and husband who hires Flor (Paz Vega), a Spanish-speaking live-in housekeeper and her 12-year-old daughter. His wife (TÉa Leoni) is a former account exec who’s still adapting to being a stay-at-home mom. Despite the language barrier the two families form a bond.
Now Showing: Carmike 10, Foothills 12, Farragut Towne Square, Tinseltown USA, Halls Cinema 7, West Town Mall

SpongeBob SquarePants (PG)
SpongeBob and his starfish pal Patrick are on the hunt to reclaim King Neptune’s crown. Along the way, they must dodge harrowing sea creatures and a hit-man (Alec Baldwin), even a live action David Hasselhoff. Scarlett Johansson and James Earl Jones both stop in to lend their voices. The best reason not to miss this film? Avril Lavigne sings the SpongeBob theme song, while SpongeBob dances a jig.
Now Showing: West Town Mall, Carmike 10

Team America: World Police (R)
Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creative masterminds behind South Park, trade animation for puppets in this politically charged tale of a team of specially gifted American soldiers dedicated to fighting evil around the globe.
Now Showing: Wynnsong 16

Without a Paddle (PG-13)
After the death of a mutual friend, three city-dwellers (Matthew Lillard, Seth Green, Dax Shepard) discover a treasure map belonging to their deceased acquaintance. They launch a miserable camping trip in the Oregon wilderness, a trip replete with hippies, backwood farmers and deadly rapids.
Now Showing: Movies 7