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The Adjustment Bureau
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt star in this adaptation of a Phillip K. Dick story about an aspiring politician and a ballet dancer who find their romance being thwarted by a shadowy group of men who say their relationship doesn't suit their plans for humanity. Read our home-video review and watch the trailer
Ed Helms stars as an insurance salesmen sent to the big city to represent his firm, but finds himself overwhelmed by the bright lights, booze and women. Co-stars John C. Reilly, Isiah Whitlock and Anne Heche. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer
Liam Neeson awakens from car accident to finds that his entire life--his name, his wife (January Jones), his career--have all been taken over by a mysterious stranger. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer
Michael Angarano is a young man who crashes the wedding weekend of the older woman he loves, Uma Thurman, in an effort to win her heart before she marries Lee Pace. Watch the trailer
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules
Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) is back, and this time he's being terrorized by his older brother Rodrick who's trying to take advantage of their parents' attempts to force them to bond. Watch the trailer
Channing Tatum is a Roman solider determined to salvage his family name, Jamie Bell is the slave he brings with him on a quest to retrieve the golden standard lost years ago. Read our theatrical review and watch the trailer
Carla Gugino is an ex-porn star who learns she's pregnant by her dead rocker boyfriend. Things get weird when she's approached by a woman in possession of the lyrics to the dead guy's last, unmade album. Co-stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lucy Punch, Timothy Oliphant, Adrienne Palicki, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Malin Akerman. Watch the trailer.
Josh Radnor, star of "How I Met Your Mother," wrote, directed and stars in this film about a guy who brings a lost kid home to his NYC apartment, sparking an unlikely friendship. The film ,which won the Audience Award at Sundance in 2010, co-stars Kate Mara, Malin Akerman, Richard Jenkins and Zoe Kazan. Watch the trailer
Documentarian Liz Canner takes at look at the way the pharmaceutical industry tries to make money off women's pursuit of sexual gratification. IIn limited release, watch the trailer