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Movies opening Friday, July 30


Soda Springs--With the help of a number of talented Idahoans, TV and film star Jay Pickett (General Hospital, Port Charles) and his longtime friend, writer/director/producer Michael Feifer, set the story of a man who is forced to confront his past to ensure his future. Shot entirely in Idaho. Click here for more information. Premieres Saturday, July 30 at the Egyptian Theatre. Tickets are $10, doors open at 7 p.m. and the movie starts at 8 p.m


Cowboys and Aliens--Kind of like the cowboys and Indians game you played as a kid, but with a deadly threat from space, and where only the new kid on the block knows the secret to survival. (PG-13) Edwards 9

Crazy, Stupid, Love--Steve Carell, Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone star in this romantic comedy about a man who enlists the help of his playboy pal to understand why his marriage fell apart. (PG-13) Edwards 9

Nostalgia For the Light--Visually stunning documentary about astronomers looking for the answers to our past, archeologists searching for ancient civilizations and families looking for their dead in the Atacama Desert of Chile. Click here to read our review. (NR) The Flicks

Page One: Inside the New York Times--An inside look at the quintessential print newspaper of our time, the people who run it, and they way social media is changing it. Boise Weekly will host a screening of Page One on Tuesday, Aug. 2. For more information on how to win tickets, click here. (R) The Flicks

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