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Reader: Film on the Rocks is short of family movies this season

Film on the Rocks, which started rolling out its 2012 season last Monday night with Office Space, is back tonight with its next film, Iron Man, with music by The McRae and Force Publique, all at the stunning Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

But some readers say they're underwhelmed by this year's movie choices.

Says Lisa:

Horrible line up. Not one family movie? Taxpayers with kids also pay for Red Rocks. Really?

What films are you looking forward to? Which would you like to see added to the lineup? Read more about this year's Red Rocks movies here.

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