All movie times are subject to change.

AUGUSTA: Regal Augusta 10,


 

Marketplace Drive, 623-8183

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Farmington: Narrow Gauge Cinemas,

Front Street, 778-4877
Friday-Tuesday


“Despicable Me 2,” In 3-D: 7 nightly, noon daily; In 2-D: 9:40 nightly; 12:30, 2:15, 2:45, 4:30, 5 daily

“Monsters University” In 3-D: 7:20 nightly; 12:15 daily; In 2-D: 2:30, 4:45 daily

“The Lone Ranger,” 6:30, 9:30 nightly; 12:30, 3:30 daily

“The Heat,”  6:50, 9:35 nightly; 1, 3:50 daily

“White House Down,” 6:30, 9:30 nightly; 12:40, 3:40 daily

“World War Z”  7:10, 9:40 nightly

“Man of Steel” 12:50 daily

“The Purge,” 9:45 nightly

“Now You See Me,”  6:40 nightly; 4 daily

“This is the End,” 9:35 nightly

 


 
PITTSFIELD: Pittsfield Community Theater,


487-5461

“Scary Movie 5,” 7:30 daily

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Skowhegan: The Strand Cinema,


474-3451
Friday-Thursday
 

“Despicable Me 2,”” 6:45 nightly; 1,  3:45 daily

“Now You See Me,” 9:30 Friday and Saturday; 1:30, 4 daily

“World War Z”  7 daily; 9:30 Friday and Saturday

“Monsters University” 7:15 nightly; 2, 4:15 daily


  
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WATERVILLE: Railroad Square Cinema, 
873-6526
 

“Much Ado About Nothing,” 4:50, 7 daily; 12:30, 2:40 Friday-Sunday; 9:10 Friday and Saturday

“Dirty Wars,” 5:15, 7:10 daily; 1:25, 3:20 Friday-Sunday; 9:05 Friday and Saturday

“At Any Price,” 6:50 daily; 12:10, 2:20 Friday-Sunday

“The East,” 4:30 daily; 9 Friday and Saturday

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WATERVILLE: Flagship Cinemas Waterville 8 

Friday-Tuesday

“Despicable Me 2,” In 3-D: 2:30, 9:15; In 2-D: 12:15, 4:45, 7:05

“The Lone Ranger,”12:30, 3:40, 6:45, 9:45

“White House Down,” 12:35, 3:35, 6:40, 9:30

“The Heat,”  1:10, 3:55, 7, 9:25

“Monsters University” noon, 2:20, 4:40, 7:15, 9:25

“This is the End,” 1:15, 4:05, 7:25, 9:40

“Man of Steel” 12:45, 3:45, 6:50, 9:40

“World War Z”  In 3-D: 3:50, 9:20; In 2-D: 1, 6:55

 

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SYNOPSIS

 

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“At Any Price”

Dennis Quaid is an Iowa farmer bent on expanding his acreage, and expanding sales of genetically engineered seeds, in this nicely observed but too obvious drama. “Grow or die” is Henry Whipple’s motto, but in growing his (agri-)business, he’s leaving his family and friends behind. 112 minutes (R)

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“Despicable Me 2″

The sequel to the 2010 animated hit finds the reformed bad guy, Gru, recruited by an anti-villain league. 98 minutes (PG)

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“Dirty Wars”

A documentary exploring the rise of the military’s Joint Special Operations Command and its clandestine operations in the war on terror. Directed by Richard Rowley. 87 minutes (NR)


“The East”

An ex-FBI agent working for an elite private intelligence firm infiltrates an anarchist collective that’s seeking revenge against major corporations, and she finds herself torn as she starts to connect with the group. With Brit Marling, Alexander Skarsgard, Ellen Page and Toby Kebbell. Written by Marling and Zal Batmanglij. Directed by Batmanglij. 116 minutes (PG-13)

 

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“Fast & Furious 6″

A federal agent recruits an expert wheelman and his outlaw racing crew to help take down an international gang of mercenary drivers in exchange for full pardons. With Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Dwayne Johnson and Jordana Brewster. Written by Chris Morgan. Directed by Justin Lin. 130 minutes (PG-13)

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“42”

A biopic about the legendary ballplayer Jackie Robinson, who broke Major League Baseball’s color barrier when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. With Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford, Nicole Beharie and Christopher Meloni. Written and directed by Brian Helgeland. 128 minutes (PG-13)

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 “The Heat”


A cop-buddy comedy, only with women! Sandra Bullock is the by-the-book FBI agent who pairs up with an unpredictable Boston police officer (Melissa McCarthy) to take down a drug kingpin. 117 minutes (R)

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“The Lone Ranger”

After countless setbacks and budget concerns, audiences finally can confirm that director Gore Verbinski (“Pirates of the Caribbean”) did in fact cast Johnny Depp as the Lone Ranger’s Native American sidekick, Tonto. 149 minutes (PG-13)

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“Man of Steel”

Now that the Batman franchise has been put in mothballs for a while, Warner Bros. turns to its other iconic superhero — Superman — in director Zack Snyder’s reboot. Henry Cavill wears the cape. Russell Crowe is his father Jor-El, Amy Adams is Lois Lane and Michael Shannon is the villainous General Zod, more evil than ever. 143 mintues (PG-13)

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“Monsters University”

Pixar continues its foray into sequels and prequels with this look back at the college days of monsters Mike (voiced by Billy Crystal) and Sulley (John Goodman), when they were studying how to be scary. 110 mintues (G)

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“Much Ado About Nothing”

Two couples take divergent approaches to romance in this Shakespeare adaptation maintaining the original text but set in the present day. With Alexis Denisof, Amy Acker, Fran Kranz and Jillian Morgese. Written and directed by Joss Whedon. 109 minutes PG-13.

 

“Now You See Me”

Morgan Freeman, Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson and Dave Franco are a team of bank-robbing magicians. Mark Ruffalo is the FBI agent trying to anticipate their next move. 116 minutes (PG-13)

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“The Purge”

Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey are a couple trying to protect their children from intruders during a 12-hour period in which the government has deemed everything legal, including murder. 85  minutes (R)

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“This is the End”

During a giant party at James Franco’s house, Emma Watson, Seth Rogen, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna and Jonah Hill (all playing themselves) find out the apocalypse is coming and the world is about to end. 107 minutes (R)

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“White House Down”

For the second time this year (the first was “Olympus Has Fallen”), the White House is taken over by terrorists and a policeman (Channing Tatum) must protect the life of the president (Jamie Foxx). Directed by Roland Emmerich, who famously demolished the White House before in “Independence Day.” 131 minutes (PG-13)

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“World War Z”

Brad Pitt stars in this adaptation of the Max Brooks novel, playing a United Nations official racing around the world to try and stop a zombie pandemic. Directed by Marc Forster (“Quantum of Solace”), who clashed with Pitt on the set and was forced to film some extensive reshoots. 116 minutes (PG-13) 

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— Complied from wire reports