Weekend Movie Forecast

Which movies are fun for the whole family and which ones are treats just for you? Find out!

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Date Night
A married couple (Tina Fey and Steve Carell) goes out for a romantic date, but when the evening goes wrong they end up running for their lives.

What They're Saying:
"A romantic comedy with action, edge and genuine chemistry between its leads, Date Night scores a home run." - Variety

"Steve Carell and Tina Fey make a terrific comic pairing in this entertaining if overly familiar comic thriller." - The Hollywood Reporter

Good for Kids?
This PG-13 comedy has crude humor and mild violence. Best for teens and adults.

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The Runaways
Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning tell the story of the iconic, all-girl teenage rock group of the '70s.

What They're Saying:
"There hasn't been a movie like The Runaways, one about women rockers that's just as raw and earthy and tough and pitiless as the ones about the men are." - Flick Filosopher

"It explains why kids needed rock 'n' roll, and why the Runaways still mean so much to those who remember them." -San Francisco Chronicle

Good for Kids?
Rated R for drugs and sexuality, this rocker flick is way too mature for Stewart and Fanning's tween Twilight fans.

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In case you missed...

The Last Song
Short Story:
Based on Nicholas Sparks' best-selling novel, this heartfelt story follows a teenage girl (Miley Cyrus) who spends her summer reconnecting with her father and meeting her first love (Liam Hemsworth).

What They're Saying:
"This sweet-but-sad and fairly predictable coming-of-age story will likely appeal to hordes of Miley Cyrus’ young fans." - Common Sense Media

"All the obvious elements combine to manipulate the audience into a weepy time at the movies -- again." - USA Today

Good for Kids?
It's rated PG, but the heavy subject matter (divorce, abusive relationships) make it best for ages 12 and up.

Clash of the Titans
Short Story:
When war breaks out amongst the Greek gods, Perseus (Sam Worthington) sets out on a dangerous mission to protect his family.

What They're Saying:
"There’s not much here that will stick with you after the popcorn’s gone. But as any ancient Greek could tell you, that’s sort of the point." - Orlando Sentinel

"A fun digital ride through Greek mythology as humans clash with gods and monsters." - The Hollywood Reporter

Good for Kids?
The 3D effects heighten the violence in this action adventure. Best for teens and adults.

How to Train Your Dragon
Short Story:
In this animated action-comedy (with voices by Gerard Butler and America Ferrera), a Viking teenager goes against his family's tradition of slaying dragons.

What They're Saying:
"Kid stuff? Maybe. But How to Train Your Dragon, from the book by Cressida Cowell, works enough miracles of 3-D animation to charm your socks off." - Rolling Stone

"A thrilling drama interspersed with amusing comedic elements (rather than the other way around)." - Variety

Good for Kids?
This PG-rated flick is fun for all ages.

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