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This Week's New Movies: "Twilight," "Happy Feet 2," "The Descendants" & More

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    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1
    It's the wedding of the year, as Bella and Edward finally tie the knot and head off for a romantic honeymoon. But things start to get ugly when the fetus gets hungry. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    Happy Feet 2 (3D)
    Mumbles is all grown up with a son of his own, Erik, who doesn't share his father's love of dance and falls under the spell of a "penguin" that can fly, but they must put aside their differences to save the rest of the flock from famine. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    Clooney's Life, Dignity and Sanity Circle the Drain in "The Descendants" Trailer

    [NATL] "The Descendants"
    George Clooney stars as a man confronting the news that his comatose wife was having an affair, while also trying to decide what to do with his family's huge land holding. From director Alexander Payne, opens Nov. 18.

    The Descendants (Wed.)
    George Clooney stars in Alexander Payne's film about a man struggling with what to do with his family fortune, when he learns his comatose wife had been having an affair. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

    The Lie
    Joshua Leonard directed and stars in this adaptation of the T. Coraghessan Boyle story about a guy who weasels out of getting fired by telling his boss that his baby has died. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Garbo: The Spy
    A documentary about Juan Pujol, the Spanish double-agent who helped mislead the German's about the time and place of the D-Day invasion that helped end WW II. In limited release, watch the trailer
     

    "Happy Feet 2" Teaser Joyfully Sexualizes Young Penguins

    [NATL] "Happy Feet 2"
    If you've got a soft spot for dancing penguins, you're in luck as Mumble, The Master of Tap, is back, ironically, however, his son Erik hates to dance. Opens Nov. 18.