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Tsuyoshi Ihara plays Baron Nishi in Clint Eastwood's "Letters from Iwo Jima."
Movies opening Friday:
: A drama based on the life of Jesse James Hollywood, the youngest man to ever be on the FBI's most wanted list. Justin Timberlake, Bruce Willis and Sharon Stone star. (R)
"Arthur and the Invisibles": In order to save his grandma's home, a 10-year-old (Freddie Highmore) sets off to find his grandpa's treasure hidden somewhere on the "other side" in the land of the Miniroys, a race of creatures that inhabit this world that are just a tenth of an inch tall and live in perfect harmony with their environment. A partly animated movie, it features the voices of Madonna, Robert De Niro, Jimmy Fallon and Snoop Dogg. (PG)
"Letters from Iwo Jima": Clint Eastwood's companion film to his acclaimed "Flags of Our Fathers." This time the story of the battle of Iwo Jima is told from the perspective of the Japanese. When the American invasion begins on the island, the commanding general and a young soldier in particular find strength, honor, courage and horrors beyond imagination. Ken Watanabe and Kazunari Ninomiya star. (R)
"Primeval": A news team's expedition turns deadly when they are dispatched to a remote area to track down a legendary bloodthirsty serial killer that has claimed over 300 victims. (R)
"Stomp the Yard": A troubled street dancer from Los Angeles attends a historical African American university in Atlanta where he joins a struggling fraternity and learns the true meaning of brotherhood when he tries to help the school's step team win the national championship. (PG-13)