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In Theaters for April 18



(Documentary, G)

In an epic story of breathtaking scale, Disneynature’s new true life adventure, “Bears,” showcases a year in the life of a bear family as two cubs are taught life’s most important lessons. Set against a majestic Alaskan backdrop teeming with life, their journey begins as winter comes to an end and the bears emerge from hibernation to face the bitter cold. Summary by Disney

Duluth 10

“A Haunted House 2”

(Comedy, R)

Marlon Wayans is Malcolm, who, after exorcising the demons of his ex, is starting fresh with his new girlfriend and her two children. After moving into their dream home, Malcolm is again plagued by bizarre paranormal events. Summary by Open Road

Duluth 10


(Sci-fi thriller, PG-13)

In a bold, beautiful, sometimes confounding flight of futuristic speculation, Johnny Depp plays a scientific visionary whose thoughts and personality are uploaded before he dies. He uses his ever-

increasing intelligence to cure the sick and heal the planet, but fears arise that he will accumulate so much power and intelligence he’ll become the greatest threat to freedom the world has ever known. What a stunning piece of work. (Richard Roeper)

4 stars

Duluth 10, Lakes 10, Premiere

“Under the Skin”

(Sci-fi/fantasy, R)

An alien on Earth (Scarlett Johannson) cruises Scotland in a van, hitting on young lads, in a stark mood piece that drills into your psyche and will stay there forever. It’s weird, polarizing work, but the most memorable movie of the first few months of 2014. (Richard Roeper) 4 stars

Zinema 2


“The Artist is Present”

(Musical & performing arts documentary)

Seductive, fearless and outrageous, Marina Abramovic has been redefining what art is for nearly 40 years. Using her own body as a vehicle, pushing herself beyond her physical and mental limits — and at times risking her life in the process — she creates performances that challenge, shock and move us. Through her and with her, boundaries are crossed, consciousness expanded and art as we know it is reborn. She is, quite simply, one of the most compelling artists of our time.

This screening is part of Zinema 2 and the Duluth Art Institute’s series of Saturday morning art films.

11 a.m. Saturday, Zinema 2


“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”

(Superhero action, PG-13)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10, Premiere


(Sci-fi, PG-13)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10

“Draft Day”

(Sports drama, PG-13)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10, Premiere

“God’s Not Dead”

(Drama, PG)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10

“The Grand Budapest Hotel”

(Comedy/drama, R)

Zinema 2

“Heaven is for Real”

(Drama, PG)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10, Premiere

“The Unknown Known”

(Documentary, PG-13)

Zinema 2

“Muppets Most Wanted”

(Family comedy, PG)

Lakes 10


(Biblical epic, PG-13)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10


(Horror, R)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10, Premiere

“Rio 2”

(Family animation, G)

Duluth 10, Lakes 10, Premiere


“August: Osage County”

(Comedy, R)


(Animation, PG)


(Sci-fi, PG-13)

“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”

(Fantasy action, PG-13)

“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”

(Sci-fi/fantasy, PG-13)

“Mr. Peabody & Sherman”

(Family animation, PG)

“The Nut Job”

(Animation, PG)


(Drama, PG-13)