Dec. 29 2014 07:09 PM

Here are the openings and other showings going on in San Diego

Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death


Born to be Wild: Narrated by Morgan Freeman, this documentary examines the amazing bond between humans and animals, including elephants and orangutans. Screens at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park.

El Verano de los Peces Voladores: When Manena goes on vacation with her father, she quickly realizes he's obsessed with killing all the carp in his artificial lagoon. Screens through Jan. 8 at Digital Gym Cinema in North Park. 

Remote Area Medical: This riveting documentary follows a nonprofit organization that establishes three-day clinics around the United States in areas of the country desperately in need of healthcare. Screens through Jan. 7 at Digital Gym Cinema in North Park.

Viva La Liberta: Toni Servillo stars as identical twin brothers who decide to switch identities in this funny look at modern-day Italian politics. Screens at the Ken Cinema.

Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death: Dark spirits are awakened in the Eel Marsh House when children evacuated from World War II London arrive looking for shelter. 

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Mrs. Doubtfire: Dude looks like a lady. Screens at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 30, at The Pearl Hotel in Point Loma.

Pulp Fiction: Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead. Screens at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 4, at Arclight La Jolla. 

C.S.A.: Confederate States of America: This mockumentary imagines a version of the United States if the Confederacy had prevailed in the Civil War. Screens at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5, at the San Diego Central Library in East Village. 

The Shawshank Redemption: In case you haven't watched this gem on TBS anytime recently, the big-screen experience awaits! Screens at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 5, at Arclight La Jolla.  

Blow Out: John Travolta plays a sound designer who records a murder, then becomes enveloped in a massive plot to overthrow the government. Screens at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6, at the Point Loma / Hervey Branch Library. 

L.A. Confidential: Based on James Ellroy's bestseller, this 1950s cop yarn from Curtis Hanson introduced America to Guy Pierce and Russell Crowe. Screens at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 7, at Arclight La Jolla.

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Big Eyes: Tim Burton's film tells the story of Margaret Keane (Amy Adams), a 1960s housewife who allows her conman of a husband to take credit for her exceptionally popular paintings.

Into the Woods: Beware the Wolf, Sondheim. Beware the Wolf. 

Pioneer: A reckless deep-sea diver takes on a dangerous mission and gets in over his head during the Norwegian oil boom of the 1980s. Screens through Jan. 1 at the Ken Cinema. 

The Imitation Game: Benedict Cumberbatch stars as real-life code breaker Alan Turing, who led a squad of British mathematicians in breaking the Enigma code during World War II.

Unbroken: Angelina Jolie's sophomore effort examines the life of Olympic athlete and World War II prisoner of war Louis Zamperini (Jack O'Connell) who overcame extreme odds to survive a Japanese internment camp.

Annie: Hollywood's latest reboot of the famous musical about an orphan adopted by a wealthy tycoon features Jamie Foxx, Cameron Diaz and Quvenzhané Wallis as the titular melodist. 

Life Partners: The close friendship between two women is tested when one of them begins a relationship with a new man. Ends Dec. 25 at the Ken Cinema.

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb: Sadly, Robin Williams' last performance exists within this silly universe of an inexpressive Ben Stiller, an expressive monkey and artifacts brought to life. 

The Babadook: Single parenting has never been more horrifying as it is in Jennifer Kent's astonishing horror-film debut about a young boy tormented by a cryptic storybook character named "The Babadook." Ends Dec. 25 at Digital Gym Cinema in North Park. 

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies: The final chapter in Peter Jackson's bloated three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's famous novel ends in a massive battle between elves, dwarves, men and the nefarious orcs.

Violet: A young man falls in love with a woman he sees in a photograph, sending him on an adventure to discover her name and whereabouts. Ends Dec. 25 at Digital Gym Cinema in North Park.

Exodus: Gods and Kings: The story of Moses (Christian Bale), Rhamses (Joel Edgerton) and the Ten Commandments gets super-sized.

Top Five: Set to marry a reality star and have their wedding taped for public consumption, a popular comedian (Chris Rock) returns home to his old neighborhood, hoping to gain some clarity. 

Wild: Based on the best-selling novel, this drama tells the story of Cheryl Strayed, who trekked more than 1,000 miles along the Pacific Crest Trail to reassess her troubled life. 

Balboa Park: The Jewel of San Diego: An engaging time capsule, this 30-minute documentary takes viewers through the long and fascinating history of the local landmark. Through Dec. 31 at the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park.

The Homesman: A lonely farmer (Hilary Swank) living in the old west agrees to transport three women who've gone insane across state lines with the help of an ornery old louse (Tommy Lee Jones).

Horrible Bosses 2: Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day get another chance to turn the tables on their self-serving bosses and exact revenge. 

Penguins of Madagascar: A trio of goofy penguins must join forces with a secret underground organization to defeat a villain trying to destroy the world. 

Foxcatcher: Bennett Miller's dark sports film tells the tragic true story of the Schultz brothers (Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum), wrestlers who became forever entwined with the wealthy heir to the du Pont fortune (Steve Carell).

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1: Having just destroyed the Hunger Games infrastructure, Katnis returns home to lead the rebellion against the corrupt forces of the capital.

Dumb and Dumber To: In this sequel to the 1994 hit comedy, walking morons Lloyd (Jim Carrey) and Harry (Jeff Daniels) return to the big screen to grace us with their idiocy.

The Theory of Everything: Stephen Hawking (Eddie Redmayne) is diagnosed with motor-neuron disease just as he's graduating with a doctorate degree in physics from Cambridge and starting a new life with his wife (Felicity Jones).

Big Hero 6: An inflatable robot develops a bond with a prodigy named Hiro, and the two become high-tech heroes.

Force Majeure: While on vacation in the French Alps, a Swedish family experiences a traumatic event that reveals the deep-seated emotions and frustrations that have long simmered under the surface.

Interstellar: Christopher Nolan's new science-fiction epic follows a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to find a new home for humanity.

Nightcrawler: This scathing and unsettling portrait of modern news television stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a vulture scouring the Los Angeles streets for gory events.

Mysteries of Egypt: Traverse the glorious history and legacy of the ancient Egyptians in this IMAX adventure that takes you beyond the Pyramids and the Sphinx. Screens at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park.

Birdman: A burnt-out superhero actor (Michael Keaton) tries to mount a play on Broadway in order to prove his worth. It co-stars Naomi Watts, Emma Stone and Andrea Riseborough.

John Wick: After his dog is killed during a random break-in, a former hit man (Keanu Reeves) goes on the warpath looking for vengeance.

St. Vincent: A misanthropic senior citizen (Bill Murray) befriends a young boy going through familial trouble, inevitably leading to redemption for all involved. 

Fury: A surly tank commander (Brad Pitt) and his small crew fend off Nazis during the waning days of World War II. 

Whiplash: A sadistic music teacher tortures a young drummer at a posh New York City conservatory. 

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: A boy lives through a calamitous day, and the bad luck spreads to his other family members. 

Gone Girl: David Fincher adapts Gillian Flynn's bestselling novel with Ben Affleck in the lead as the suspicious husband whose beautiful wife (Rosamund Pike) suddenly goes missing.

Hidden Universe: Blast off into the stratosphere with this documentary that uses real images captured from telescopes to examine the vast reaches of space. Screens at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park. 

Journey to the South Pacific: Let the glorious scale of IMAX take you to the tropical islands of West Papua, where life under the sea is just as lush and vibrant as it is on shore. Screens at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: The camp classic continues its ongoing run, Fridays at midnight at La Paloma Theatre in Encinitas.


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