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Now Showing: "Savages," "The Amazing Spider-Man," "Katy Perry: Part of Me" & More

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    Taylor Kitsch, Aaron Johnson and Blake Lively star in Oliver Stone's adaptation of the novel about a drug-dealing love triangle broken up when a rival gang kidnaps Lively. Co-stars John Travolta, Benicio Del Toro and Salma Hayek, opens July 12.

    We got superheroes, pop stars, drug dealers, boxers, drunks and brothers--check it out...

    The Amazing Spider-Man (Tues.)
    Andrew Garfield stars as Peter Parker, a high school student who gets bitten by a radioactive spider that gives him incredible powers--powers that come in handy when he must confront The Lizard! Co-stars Emma Stone, Denis Leary and Rhys Ifans, directed by Marc Webb.

    Katy Perry: Part of Me (Wed.)
    A documentary look at the early life and rise to fame of pop star Katy Perry.

    Savages
    Taylor Kitsch and Aaron Johnson star as two friends who share a marijuana growing empire and a beautiful blonde, played by Blake Lively. Their blissed out existence is shattered when a Mexican drug cartel kidnaps their girl to use as a bargaining chip.

    China Heavyweight
    A documentary about a man in central China who recruits poor teens and trains them in the art of Western-style boxing, and the choices those kids must face.

    Crazy Eyes
    Lukas Haas Stars as a well-to-do party boy with not a care in the world who finally meets a woman he can't have, which of course makes her irresistible.

    The Do-Deca-Pentathlon
    From writer-directors Jay and Mark Duplass comes this comedy about two brothers brought together by a fairly reunion, who secretly engage in a 25-event Olympiad.