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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Short Story:
After CIA agent Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) is accused of being a Russian spy, she goes on the run, using her years of tactical training to elude capture. Not only will she have to prove her innocence, but her identity as well.  

What They're Saying:
"The Fugitive meets Mission: Impossible in a post-Bourne era, with one thing all those movies lacked: (Angelina) Jolie." - Metromix.com

"It's like a John le Carré double-agent yarn compacted into comic-book pulp as if by the makers of Con Air." - Entertainment Weekly

Good For Kids?
Rated PG-13, Salt is action-packed and perfect for a night out with the tweens.

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Ramona and Beezus
Short Story:
The adventures of Ramona Quimby and her big sister Beezus (Selena Gomez) jump from the small pages to the big screen in this film based on the classic books by Beverly Cleary. This time around, the ever-mischievous Ramona puts herself up to the task of saving her family's home. A ball of energy and catastrophe, it's no surprise when Ramona's wild imagination brings about more than she bargained for.

What They're Saying:
"We no longer all watch the same TV shows, we are no longer as innocent, and the world of Klickitat is fading into timeless nostalgia. Ramona and Beezus is a sweet salute." - Chicago Sun-Times

"It won't change anyone's world, but it'll keep kids happy -- and cool -- for a couple of hours." - New York Daily News

Good For Kids?
A family favorite; moms will feel nostalgic and the kids will fall in love with the Quimby sisters for the first time.

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In case you missed...

Short Story:
Leonardo DiCaprio stars as Dom Cobb, a thief skilled in the art of extraction -- that is, stealing secrets hidden deep in the subconscious during the dream state. Cobb's talent has made him a commodity in the treacherous world of espionage, but he's now a fugitive, and after losing everything he loves, he's given a second chance at a normal life. But first, he must complete one last crime: inception. Instead of extracting a secret, he has to implant one. With his team of specialists, Cobb attempts the unthinkable, but no amount of training can prepare them for what awaits.

What They're Saying:
"In this smart sci-fi puzzle box, director Christopher Nolan transports the audience to a dreamscape that begins with the familiar and then takes a radical, imaginative leap." - Us Weekly

"Like a dream, Nolan’s film fades swiftly in the light -- but while it lasts, it feels like there’s nothing more important to decipher." - Time Out

Good For Kids?
This sci-fi tale may fly over the heads of young viewers, but it's perfect for fans of suspenseful thrillers.

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The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Short Story:
An epic comedy adventure about Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage), a sorcerer living in modern-day Manhattan. When Blake discovers that the city's under siege from his arch-nemesis, he recruits a hapless apprentice (Jay Baruchel) to help him take down the malevolent scoundrel. It will takeall the powers they can muster to save the city in an ancient battle between good and evil.

What They're Saying:
"I get a charge out of Cage's serious self-mockery, here as a wizard who'd never make the grade at Hogwarts in a fantasy that doesn't aim high, but hits the mark for summer entertainment." - Us Weekly

"The story, not to mention Cage's hair, is a little murky (can't a sorcerer conjure up a little shampoo?), but it doesn't matter: The fun here is in the action." - Seattle Times

Good For Kids?
The magic, the comedy, the sinister plot -- an enchanting adventure for the family.

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The Kids Are All Right
Short Story:
Nic and Jules (Annette Bening and Julianne Moore) live in sunny Southern California, along with their two children, Joni and Laser -- who were conceived by artificial insemination. All grown up, 18-year-old Joni is preparing to leave for college, but before she does, 15-year-old Laser needs a huge favor. He wants Joni's help in finding their biological father. When they do find him (Mark Ruffalo), the guy turns out to be more than the moms bargain for. A new man in their lives brings about unexpected changes, as the foursome must learn to adjust and reevaluate their family. 

What They're Saying:
"Touching and funny in their upheaval, the people in The Kids Are All Right open the door to a brand new examination of family values that leaves you charged and cheering" -The New York Observer

"'All right' doesn't begin to describe it...the easiest movie to love I've seen all year." -Chicago Tribune

Good for Kids?
Tuck the kids away in bed; this fun-loving flick is perfect for a girls' night out.

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