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DEVELOPING: Police fatally shoot man in downtown Little Rock

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By The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

This article was published April 13, 2012 at 2:31 a.m.

— New this week Budz House R Bud and his stoner buddies think they’ve hit the jackpot until they discover that the giant bag of you-know-what belongs to a trigger-happy drug lord. With Wesley Jonathan, Faizon Love, Luenell, Emilio Rivera; directed by Cameron Casey. (87 minutes)

The Forgiveness of Blood 90 Not rated Tristan Halilaj plays a teenager growing up in a small Albanian village who must put his slacker lifestyle on hold when his father kills a neighbor with whom he has a long-standing feud over land and he must guard against reprisals. In Albanian with English subtitles. With Sindi Lacej, Refet Abazi, Ilire Vinca Celaj; directed by Joshua Marston. (109 minutes)

In Darkness 91 R Robert Wieckiewicz plays a Polish sewer worker and petty thief in German-occupied Lvov whose business arrangement - hiding escaping Jews for a price in the town’s labyrinthine sewers - develops into an unlikely alliance. In Polish, German and Ukrainian with English subtitles. With Maria Schrader, Herbert Knaup; directed by Agnieszka Holland. (145 minutes)

Seeking Justice 78 R Nicolas Cage plays a happily married family man who, in the wake of a brutal attack on his wife (January Jones), accepts a stranger’s offer for vengeance in exchange for a favor to be named later that involves him in a dangerous underground vigilante operation. With Guy Pearce, Harold Perrineau, Jennifer Carpenter; directed by Roger Donaldson. (105 minutes)

MovieStyle, Pages 31 on 04/13/2012

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