Weekend Movie Forecast: Get the Scoop on 'Friends with Benefits,' 'Captain America' & More!

Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis as sex pals? Chris Evans as a butt-kicking WWII superhero? Just another weekend at movies!

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

In theaters now:

Friends with Benefits
Short Story:
Dylan (Justin Timberlake) and Jamie (Mila Kunis) don't believe in Hollywood romantic-comedy clichés, so they decide to keep things simple... and be friends with benefits. Naturally, they soon discover that having a purely sexual relationship while remaining pals is a while lot more complicated than it seems. 

What They're Saying:
"Friends With Benefits follows rom-com formulas as if directed on autopilot, but that's not to say it isn't fun." -- Chicago Sun-Times

"Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis make for engaging leads in this unexpectedly fresh R-rated comedy." -- The Hollywood Reporter

Good for Kids?
Even though Kunis and Timberlake have plenty of teen fans, this movie is for the adult crowd only! Common Sense says the film has partial nudity, swearing and a mature plotline, so it would probably be best to hire a babysitter if planning to see this R-rated raunch-fest. Click here for the full Common Sense review!

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Captain America: The First Avenger
Short Story:
After being deemed unfit for military service in WWII, scrawny Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) volunteers for a top-secret experimental program that turns him into the well-muscled, red-white-and-blue-wearing fighting machine known as Captain America. As a superhero defending America, Steve battles Nazis, the villainous HYDRA corporation and his archnemesis the Red Skull (perennial movie bad guy Hugo Weaving).

What They're Saying:
"Evans, who played the Human Torch in two less-than-fantastic Fantastic Four films, brings such humor, heart and vigor to virtuous Steve that our rooting interest holds even when the action gets to be standard-issue." -- Rolling Stone

"It's paced and designed for people who won't shrivel up and die if two or three characters take 45 seconds between combat sequences to have a conversation about world domination, or a dame." -- Chicago Tribune

Good for Kids?
Comic-book fans and action-movie lovers will dig this movie -- but Common Sense tells parents that there are plenty of fight scenes and a PG-13 rating, so this one is best for teens and older. Click here for the full Common Sense review!

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In case you missed:

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows -- Part 2
Short Story:
It's been a full decade since the first Harry Potter movie hit theaters, and now the final film in franchise has arrived to depict the long-awaited climactic battle between The Boy Who Lived and He Who Must Not Be Named. Picking up where Part 1 left off, Part 2 finds Harry (Daniel Radcliffe), Hermoine (Emma Watson) and Ron (Rupert Grint) on the hunt for the remaining Horcruxes, pieces of the evil Lord Voldemort's (Ralph Fiennes) soul that must be destroyed in order to vanquish him. As Hogwarts falls under the reign of the Dark Lord and his minions, the students and professors band together in one last epic battle to defeat Voldemort.

What They're Saying:
"It has been extraordinarily fun, and now the decade-long saga has reached its grand finale. The best has been saved for the last." -- USA Today

"With its heartening final note of hope and renewal, Deathly Hallows -- Part 2 provides an altogether fitting finale to a series that has prized the fans above all." -- Washington Post

Good for Kids?
Although many of us have grown up with the Harry Potter books, the final movie adaptation may not be for everyone! With intense action sequences and an overall dark mood, Common Sense recommends this flick for older tweens and up. Click here for the full Common Sense review!

Winnie the Pooh
Short Story:
Take a trip back to the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie the Pooh and his band of loveable friends, including Piglet, Tigger, Owl, Kanga, Roo, Eeyore, and Rabbit. In this all-new movie, Owl sends the whole gang on an adventure to save Christopher Robin from an imaginary enemy.

What They're Saying:
"In a time of shock-value 3-D animation and special effects, the look of the film is gentle and pleasing." -- Chicago Sun-Times

"This is just 68 minutes of pure, hunny-covered satisfaction." -- Associated Press

Good for the Kids?
Rated G, this movie is perfect for both young kids and parents hoping to take a walk down memory lane. Combine that with the throwback hand-drawn animation, and this new Winnie the Pooh is an instant Disney classic! Thanks to the movie's slapstick silliness and lessons of friendship, Common Sense recommends it for even the littlest of Pooh fans. Click here for the full Common Sense review!

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