Enid

Playing at Oakwood 8

(580-233-7469)



"Wedding Crashers' (R)

Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson. Longtime friends and partners at a Washington, D.C., law firm specializing in divorce crash weddings to pick up bridesmaids and partake in the free food and drink.



"Bad News Bears' (PG-13)

Billy Bob Thornton, Marcia Gay Harden. In this remake of the 1976 comedy, a former baseball pro is recruited to coach an inept Little League team.



"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' (PG)

Johnny Depp. Tim Burton's wildly

imaginative take on Roald Dahl's children's book about five children who win a chance to tour the chocolate factory.



"Mr. and Mrs. Smith' (PG-13)

Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie. A pair of

assassins, who are married, are

ordered to kill each other.



"Herbie: Fully Loaded' (G)

Lindsay Lohan. Maggie Peyton takes the free-wheelin' Volkswagen to NASCAR.



"War of the Worlds' (PG-13)

Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning. Contemporary version of H.G. Wells' sci-fi thriller about humankind's battle for survival.



"The Island' (PG-13)

Ewan McGregor, Scarlett Johansson. Two adults realize they are clones, destined to die to enable rich people to have spare body parts.



Playing at Cinema Twin

(580-237-0515)







"Dark Water' (PG-13)

Jennifer Connelly, Camryn Manheim. In this horror based on a Japanese film, a mother and daughter move into an apartment complex, formerly a psychiatric hospital, where water drips and evil apparently resides.



"The Fantastic Four' (PG-13)

Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis. Another Marvel comic book series comes alive as four astronauts and their benefactor return to earth with superpowers following a cosmic storm.





Fairview

Playing at Royal Theater

(580-227-3511)



"Batman Begins' (PG-13)

Christian Bale. The origins of the masked crusader and his fight against injustice.





Alva

Playing at Rialto Theater

(580-327-0535)



"Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' (PG)

Johnny Depp. Tim Burton's wildly

imaginative take on Roald Dahl's children's book about five children who win a chance to tour the chocolate factory.



"The Island' (PG-13)

Ewan McGregor, Scarlett Johansson. Two adults realize they are clones, destined to die to enable rich people to have spare body parts.



"The Fantastic Four' (PG-13)

Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis. Another Marvel comic book series comes alive as four astronauts and their benefactor return to earth with superpowers following a cosmic storm.



"Wedding Crashers' (R)

Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson. Longtime friends and partners at a Washington, D.C., law firm specializing in divorce crash weddings to pick up bridesmaids and partake in the free food and drink.



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