THE SECRET IN THEIR EYES Juan José Campanella’s film (Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film of 2009) is the story of two men emotionally tied together by a dead woman. It’s the tale of a retired cop (Ricardo Darín) and his efforts to reconcile love and justice as he re-examines a 25-year-old murder case in Buenos Aires. The actors are excellent, but it has a few goofy scenes, and the plot points don’t always add up. Rated R. 127 minutes. In Spanish with subtitles. Regal DeVargas, Santa Fe. (Robert Nott) SEX AND THE CITY 2 If you thought SATC was about four smart, funny, sophisticated women in New York, this shameless, bloated attempt to capitalize on the franchise will disabuse you of that notion. The girls spend more than half their screen time out of Manhattan, changing clothes every 10 minutes in a lavish Middle Eastern resort. Still, nothing new happens. Rated R. 146 minutes. Regal DeVargas, Santa Fe. (Laurel Gladden) SHREK FOREVER AFTER The lovably ugly ogre voiced by Mike Myers, returns for yet another adventure. This time, Shrek wishes his life away and then tries to get it back. The action scenes are so-so, and the humor relies mostly on old pop songs. It is to be hoped that the Shrek franchise’s diminishing returns have reached the end point. Rated PG. 93 minutes. Screens in 2-D. Regal North, Santa Fe; DreamCatcher, Española; Storyteller, Taos. (Robert B. Ker) TOY STORY 3 Buzz, Woody, and the rest of the gang are back in a surprisingly dark and twisted sequel. With Andy now 17 and headed for college, the toys find themselves donated to a prison-like day-care center, from which they must break free. Along the way, the characters face their mortality, affirm the value of friendship, and come to cherish the things that shaped their lives — even as they let go of those things. If your eyes are dry beneath your 3-D glasses, then you’re made of tougher stuff than I am. Rated G. 103 minutes. Screens in 3-D and 2-D at Regal Stadium 14, Santa Fe. Screens in 3-D only at DreamCatcher, Española; Reel Deal, Los Alamos; Storyteller, Taos. (Robert B. Ker) See review, Page 58.