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Movies still playing in the Fredericksburg area
Movies still playing in the Fredericksburg area

 If there aren't Carl's chocolate malts in those cups, Alan Arkin and Ben Affleck are just wasting their time.
Warner Bros. Pictur
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Date published: 11/8/2012

HH "ALEX CROSS" (PG-13) Tyler Perry's first action outing is a dud, with a dull plot but a decent crazed criminal. Rated PG-13 for violence including disturbing images, sexual content, language, drug references, and nudity. 101 min. [RF]

HHH "ARGO" (R) This retelling of a plan to get hidden hostages out of Iran--with agents posing as a Canadian film crew making a sci-fi film--is perfectly paced and grippingly told, the best film of the year so far. Rated R for language and violent images. 120 min. [PV, RA]

HH "CHASING MAVERICKS" (PG) The shore-bound parts of this film about an extreme surfing challenge feel a bit flat, but there's something compelling about a youngster's dream of tackling the biggest wave. Rated PG for thematic elements, perilous action. 116 min. [MC, RF]

HH "CLOUD ATLAS" (R) While this is a big mess--too many characters in too many stories--it's a collection that can be enjoyed a piece at a time. Rated R for violence, language, sexuality/nudity, drug use. 172 min. [PV]

HH "FUN SIZE" (PG-13) This tale of a young girl who loses her brother on Halloween is good for young teens, but so small it feels better suited to Nickelodeon. Rated PG-13 for partying, language, crude and suggestive material. 90 min. [MC, RA]

HH "HERE COMES THE BOOM" (PG) Kevin James is talented, but can't save this film that strains credibility by casting him as a martial arts fighter trying to save his school. Rated PG for rude humor, language and sport violence. 105 min. [RF]

HH "HOUSE AT THE END OF THE STREET" (PG-13) Jennifer Lawrence makes this thriller, about a house where dark secrets linger, better than expected. Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and terror, thematic elements, language, teen partying and brief drug material. 101 min. [RF]

HH "HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA" (PG) While nothing deep, this tale of Dracula worrying about his daughter leaving the nest is funny and fine for kids. Rated PG for some rude humor, action and scary images. 95 min. [MC, RA, RF]

H "PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4" (R) Originally a captivating phenomenon, this found-footage stuff is old now, and its tricks are tired. Rated R for language and some violence/terror. 95 min. [MC, PV, RA]

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