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All movies are free and, unless otherwise noted, will be screened by video projection. For full capsule reviews, visit www.chicagoreader.com/movies.

The Gospel PG, 105 min. Thu 7/13, 8 PM, Mandrake Park, 900 E. Pershing, 312-747-7661.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire PG-13, 157 min. Fri 7/7, 8 PM, Roosevelt Park, 62 W. Roosevelt, 312-742-7648.

Hoodwinked PG, 81 min. Tue 7/11, 8 PM, Kennedy Park, 11320 S. Western, 312-747-6198.

Kicking & Screaming (2005) PG, 95 min. Mon 7/10, 8:30 PM, Eugene Field Park, 5100 N. Ridgeway, 773-478-9744.

R King Kong (2005) PG-13, 187 min. Fri 7/7, 8 PM, Commercial Club Playground, 1845 W. Rice, 312-742-7558.

The Longest Yard (2005) PG-13, 113 min. Tue 7/11, 8 PM, Jackson Park, 6401 S. Stony Island, 773-256-0903.

Madagascar PG, 86 min. Thu 7/13, 8 PM, Vittum Park, 5010 W. 50th St., 773-284-6022.

R Mary Poppins G, 140 min. Tue 7/11, 8:45 PM, Harper College, 1200 W. Algonquin, Palatine, 847-925-6100.

Nanny McPhee PG, 98 min. Wed 7/12, 8:30 PM, Warren Park, 6601 N. Western, 773-262-6314.

The Pink Panther (2006) PG, 92 min. Mon 7/10, 8:30 PM, Shabbona Park, 6935 W. Addison, 773-685-6205.

R The Polar Express G, 105 min. Wed 7/12, 8 PM, Normandy Playground Park, 6660 W. 52nd St., 773-229-1421.

R Potemkin 65 min. Screening in 35-millimeter, with live accompaniment by the Grant Park Orchestra. Fri 7/7 and Sat 7/8, 9 PM, Grant Park, Lake Shore Drive and Monroe.

Radio PG, 109 min. Sat 7/8, 8 PM, Gwendolyn Brooks Park, 4542 S. Greenwood.

R Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit G, 85 min. Sat 7/8, 8:30 PM, Touhy Park, 7348 N. Paulina, 773-262-6737;also Wed 7/12, 9 PM, Northwestern Univ. Norris Center, 1999 Campus Dr., 847-491-4000.

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