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snort than shoot. Hailee Ste­in­feld gives us a Mat­tie Ross who is a child war­rior on the vengeance trail, and Matt Da­mon is just right as the Texas Ranger out to prove he can al­ways get his man. This is a Coen brothers movie, so ex­pect dark hu­mor, ironic twists, and sud­den blood­shed. Rated PG-13. 128 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14, Santa Fe. (Robert Nott) UN­KNOWN Di­rec­tor Jaime Col­let-Serra dis­plays a real hand for main­tain­ing sus­pense in this in­volv­ing thriller about a man (Liam Nee­son) who wakes up from a coma in Ber­lin and dis­cov­ers that no­body — not even his wife — knows who he is. The story is strong enough to carry you along for a good three-fourths of the film, and you’ll be so in­volved you won’t be too harsh in judg­ing the last fourth. All the ac­tors com­mit fully, and there are some good chase, fight, and flight scenes. Rated PG-13. 113 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14, Santa Fe; Dream­Catcher, Española. (Robert Nott) YOGI BEAR Dan Aykroyd and Justin Tim­ber­lake give voice to Yogi and Boo-Boo, re­spec­tively, in this live­ac­tion and CGI adap­ta­tion of the car­toon. You bet­ter be­lieve that pic-a-nic bas­kets will be stolen. Rated PG. 83 min­utes. Screens in 2-D only at Re­gal North, Santa Fe. (Not re­viewed) WIN­STON CHURCHILL: WALK­ING WITH DES­TINY His­tory is writ­ten by the win­ners, or we wouldn’t have Richard Trank’s stir­ring doc­u­men­tary about Win­ston Churchill’s in­domitable stand against Hitler and Nazi Ger­many. The film, pro­duced through the Si­mon Wiesen­thal Cen­ter, em­pha­sizes the wartime PM’s sup­port of the Jews and his in­spir­ing and very pub­lic pres­ence in Lon­don dur­ing the Blitz. Fo­cus­ing on the years be­tween Churchill’s po­lit­i­cal low in 1930 and Amer­ica’s en­try into the war af­ter Pearl Har­bor, it is far from a warts-and-all por­trait of the great man. And it plays like a His­tory Chan­nel spe­cial, not a the­atri­cal fea­ture. Still, it’s beau­ti­fully pro­duced and full of great wartime footage, bril­liant ora­tory, and fas­ci­nat­ing his­tory. Not rated. 100 min­utes. The Screen, Santa Fe. ( Jonathan Richards)

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