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Amlie (R)
Audrey Tautou (Dirty Pretty Things) stars as Amlie, a young serveuse at a Paris caf. When she discovers a box of hidden treasures and returns it to its rightful owner, Amlie recognizes she has the power to change other people's lives as well as her own.

Tues., April 6, 6:00 p.m. Pikes Peaks Community College Foreign Film Festival. Centennial Campus, Breckenridge Conference Center (B-205). 5675 S. Academy Blvd.

The Barbarian Invasions (R)
Having a difficult time accepting the reality of death and feeling regretful over his past, a man dying of cancer tries to find peace in his last moments. Directed by Quebecois filmmaker Denys Arcand (The Decline of the American Empire).

Kimball's Twin Peak

Hellboy (PG-13)
A demon, raised from infancy after being conjured by and rescued from the Nazis, grows up to become a defender against the forces of darkness.

Cinemark 16, Cinemark IMAX (in 35 mm), Tinseltown

Home on the Range (PG)
When an eviction notice shows up at the gates of the Patch of Heaven dairy farm, three cows take it upon themselves to prevent their home from being taken away.

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

I Can't Marry You (NR)
Betty DeGeneres (Ellen's mom) narrates this documentary chronicling the stories of a dozen committed lesbian and gay couples and the impact the country's marriage ban has on their relationships and families. Director Catherine Gray will be present for Q & A following the film.

Mon., April 5, 7:00 pm. All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, 720 E. Tejon St. Ticket Prices start at $15.

The Prince and Me (PG)
Julia Stiles is Paige, a free spirited American college student, who falls in love with Edward (Luke Mably), a Danish prince disguised as a regular guy.

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

Taos Picture Show
A film festival celebrating cinema from around the world with 14 new films, including two made in New Mexico: Blind Horizon starring Val Kilmer, Sam Shephard and Neve Campbell; and Thief of Time, filmed in Albuquerque and starring Cherokee actor Wes Studi. Other films include Evil, Oscar nominated for Best Foreign Language film; Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, a documentary by Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky; and the Golden Globe nominee The Return.

Taos Center for Arts, Taos, New Mexico, April 1-4. For tickets contact 505/758-2052. See the complete schedule at www.taospictureshow.org

Unser Haus (Our House) (NR)
A German language film without subtitles, with introduction and synopsis in English. Presented as part of the Colorado College German Film Series: After the Fall of the Wall.

7 p.m. Max Kade Theatre, Room 300, Armstrong Hall, northeast corner of Cascade Avenue and Cache La Poudre Street, FREE.

Walking Tall (PG-13)
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is a retired soldier who returns to his hometown to find it overrun with crime. With the help of Jackass star Johnny Knoxville he becomes sheriff and decides to clean up the town.

Cinemark 16, Tinseltown

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