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The Projector: Movies opening Friday, April 2

Clash of the Titans—Avatar’s Sam Worthington takes on the remake of the 1981 cheese fest as Perseus, a warrior who leads an army into forbidden worlds to stop Hades (Ralph Fiennes) from usurping power from Perseus’s father, Zeus (Liam Neeson). Giant scorpions, the paralyzing (literally) Medusa and scraggly haired monsters that give new meaning to the phrase “hand-eye coordination” come in-between Perseus and his divine quest. (R)

The Last Song—Miley Cyrus stars as Ronnie, a rebellious teen who goes to live with her estranged father (Greg Kinnear) for the summer. There she meets a handsome beach bum (Liam Hemsworth, Knowing) and falls in love during her summer in Georgia. A classical piano prodigy, Ronnie refuses to follow in her father’s footsteps and attend Juilliard. Can father and daughter reconnect over their love of music? In this family drama, signs point to yes. (PG)

North Face—The film focuses on two climbers from Hitler’s hometown of Berchtesgaden, Germany—Hitler’s hometown­—who disagree with Nazi rule, and their 1936 attempt to summit the north face of Eiger. In German with English subtitles. (NR) Flicks

Why Did I Get Married Too?—A vacation in the Bahamas with four couples turns into a nightmare in the sequel to 2007’s Why Did I Get Married. And here's an extra tidbit of info: Salt Lake City-based singer/songwriter Cameron Rafati, who recently played a show at Reef here in Boise, has a song from his debut album in this movie. Listen to Rafati's "Battles" here. (PG-13)