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TOY STORY 3 With Andy now headed for col­lege, Buzz, Woody, and the other toys are do­nated to a pris­on­like 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. Rated G. 103 min­utes. Screens in 2-D. Re­gal North, Santa Fe. (Robert B. Ker) VAM­PIRES SUCK Some­times it seems as if hat­ing Twi­light is as wide­spread as lov­ing Twi­light. Judg­ing from the lame ti­tle and the ex­cru­ci­at­ing trailer, this spoof seems to be aimed at the teenage boys who think that de­spis­ing the pop­u­lar vam­pire se­ries is some kind of dumb sta­tus sym­bol. Rated PG-13. 88 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14, Santa Fe; Dream­Catcher, Es­pañola. (Not re­viewed) trail­ers it looks like we can ex­pect lots of ex­plo­sions, clichés from bad hip-hop songs, and line read­ings that are com­pa­ra­ble to the act­ing in porno flicks. Rated PG-13. 107 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14, Santa Fe; Dream­Catcher, Es­pañola. (Not re­viewed) WILD GRASS Alain Res­nais, who helped launch the French New Wave with Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959) and the enig­matic Last Year at Marien­bad (1961), is in top form with this whim­si­cal, sly ro­man­tic com­edy/ melo­drama about a lost wal­let and the mid­dle-aged cou­ple (Sabine Azéma and An­dré Dus­sol­lier) it brings to­gether. Noth­ing is as it seems, and Res­nais is a lot fun­nier than he used to be — but just as baf­fling. Not rated. 104 min­utes. In French with sub­ti­tles. CCA Cine­math­eque, Santa Fe. ( Jonathan Richards) WIN­TER’S BONE De­bra Granik’s lean, gritty, and some­times vi­o­lent odyssey in the poor­est back­woods of the Ozarks won this year’s Grand Jury Prize at Sun­dance. Ree Dolly, played by 19-year-old Jen­nifer Lawrence, must find her fa­ther if she’s to keep the ramshackle home where she takes care of her sib­lings and her men­tally ab­sent mother. Her fam­ily and neigh­bors of­fer lit­tle help or truth; but there’s not a false moment or a false step from the cast. Rated R. 99 min­utes. Re­gal DeVargas, Santa Fe. ( Jonathan Richards) THE TWI­LIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE Bella (Kris­ten Ste­wart) wants Ed­ward (Robert Pat­tin­son) to “turn” her, but he wants to marry her first. Were­wolf Ja­cob (Tay­lor Laut­ner) thinks Bella should choose him in­stead. Di­rec­tor David Slade uses rapid-fire com­bat scenes to keep things from get­ting too mushy, and screen­writer Melissa Rosen­berg in­jects wel­come light­heart­ed­ness. Rated PG-13. 124 min­utes. Re­gal North, Santa Fe. (Lau­rel Glad­den)

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