Big-Screen Cheat Sheet: Which Movie Should You See This Weekend?

From Oz: The Great and Powerful to Dead Man Down, get the scoop on what's playing in theaters!

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Big-Screen Cheat Sheet: Which Movie Should You See This Weekend?

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'Stoker' (March 1)

Short Story:
What's family without a little dysfunction? When India's (Mia Wasikowska) father dies unexpectedly, she and her emotionally unstable mother (Nicole Kidman) struggle to cope. That is, until India's long-lost Uncle Charlie (Matthew Goode) moves in with the ladies, who become increasingly drawn to him as they move through the grieving process.
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What They're Saying:
"The true problem is that it's a film that throws a lot of heavy topics at us -- lust, incest, murder, psychopathy, inherited family sins -- for the sheer sake of throwing them." -- The Atlantic Wire

Rotten Tomatoes Rating:

Good for Kids?
Not really! Stoker is rated R for disturbing violent and sexual content, so it's definitely not a film for little ones.

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