Dark Shadows -- Reviewed this week. (PG-13)
Darling Companion -- [ed. note: This film has been pushed to a May 18 local opening. Please see next week's issue for our review.] In Lawrence Kasdan’s latest, Diane Keaton plays a woman who embarks on a frantic search for her dog after her husband loses track of it. No wonder she’s pissed: You’d never see that happening in the Romney family. (PG-13)[youtube YYYoaspzzlg] God Bless America -- Reviewed this week. (R)
Jiro Dreams of Sushi -- Reviewed this week. (PG)
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