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Cris (Nicolas Cage) is brought in to help the FBI thwart a nuclear terrorist threat in "Next."
Movies opening Friday:
A group of death row inmates compete in a deadly game on an abandoned island, where the surviving winner will avoid execution. Steve Austin and Vinnie Jones star. (R)
"The Invisible": After a young man is attacked and left for dead, his spirit finds itself trapped in limbo -- not quite dead, but invisible to the living. His spirit can only watch as his mother and the police search frantically for him, unaware that he is only hours away from truly perishing. Directed by "Ghost Rider" executive producer David S. Goyer. (PG-13)
"Kickin' It Old Skool": In 1986 a 12-year-old boy ends up in a coma after a break-dancing accident at a school talent contest. But he wakes up 20 years later as a man-child, played by Jamie Kennedy. When his parents' yogurt store faces closure, the dancer attempts to revive his career by entering a top-dollar competition with the help of his old dance crew, who have all long left breakin' behind them. (PG-13)
"Next": Nicolas Cage stars as a man who can see into the future, an ability that makes him a target of the FBI -- which wants him to help stop America's enemies before they strike. But what's more important to him: saving his country or saving the love of his life (Jessica Biel)? (PG-13)