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Movies opening Friday, April 23


Casual Business—Get your skate on. Downtown Boise's Prestige Skate Shop premieres this film featuring local boarders. Monday, April 26, 7:30 p.m. FREE. Boise State Special Events Center, Boise State Campus. (NR)

Lunafest—Reel Women of the West, a Treasure Valley organization that supports female filmmakers, hosts Boise's second annual Lunafest at the Flicks. The festival features 10 short films made by and about women. Film topics include homelessness, mysticism, reproduction and the directorial debut of Courteney Cox-Arquette. Proceeds go to the Breast Cancer Fund and local charities. Saturday, April 24, 3 p.m. $8, Flicks, 646 Fulton St., 208-342-4222, (NR) Flicks


The Art of the Steal—One of the biggest heists of all time comes in the form of the real-life struggle between modern art connoisseurs and the City of Brotherly Love. This documentary explores the story of Dr. Albert C. Barnes who, in 1922, formed the Barnes Institute, which contains more than $25 billion worth of modern art. He established the institute five miles outside of Philadelphia in order to educate the public. Powerful players in the city now want to bring the art to the capital, against Barnes' will. (NR) Flicks This film is unrated. Though there is nothing offensive in it, it will probably not be of interest to young children.

The Back-Up Plan—Jennifer Lopez is back as the single and baby-hungry Zoe, who is artificially inseminated with a friend's sperm. Dating complications arise when a pregnant Zoe meets Stan (Alex O'Loughlin). (PG-13) Edwards 9

The Eclipse—All of us are haunted. We are each visited by ghosts of past relationships, terrified by indiscreet skeletons rattling in closets and stalked by specters of lost loved ones. In writer-director Conor McPherson's (The Actors, 2003) new film, The Eclipse, a grieving Irish widower is confronted by ghosts both emotional and apparitional. (R) Flicks
Read the Boise Weekly review here.

The Losers—Based on the DC Comics series, this action film stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Zoe Saldana and Chris Evans as operatives of a Special Forces Team on a mission in the Bolivian jungle. However, it's not the enemy they should be worried about but betrayal from the inside. (PG-13) Edwards 9

Oceans—James Bond loves nature. Pierce Brosnan narrates this Disneynature film that explores the wonder of the planet's oceans and the negative impact humans can have on the sea's inhabitants. (G) Edwards 22

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