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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The Tourist
Short Story:
In an effort to mend a broken heart, American tourist (Johnny Depp) Frank Tupelo takes an impromptu trip to Europe where he unexpectedly meets the irresistible Elise Clifton-Ward (Angelina Jolie). What begins as an innocent flirtation between the two turns into a daring game of cat-and-mouse in one of the most romantic backdrops in the world -- Paris.

What They're Saying:
"This flick has the kind of stylish backdrop, witty dialogue, topsy-turvy story and headline stars that critics just love." - Cinema Blend

"You go into a movie like The Tourist hoping for a feast of personality from the stars. What you get, in this case, is a waxworks version of chemistry." - Entertainment Weekly

Good For Kids?
The kids won't fall in love with this suspenseful romance.

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The Fighter
Short Story:
Mark Wahlberg
stars as popular 1980s boxer "Irish" Micky Ward in this untold story of recovery and triumph. The film details Ward's rocky road to the world light welterweight title and his relationship with his half-brother Dicky Eklund (Christian Bale), a former boxer and recovering drug addict.

What They're Saying:
"Less a boxing drama than a drama with some boxing in it, The Fighter turns Bale loose in a supporting role that dominates director David O. Russell's film." - Associated Press

"There's a certain predictability to The Fighter, yet that's part of the appeal of the fight genre. This one, as thoughtful as it is rousing, scores a TKO." - Entertainment Weekly

Good For Kids?
With its tantalizing fight scenes and explicit language, one ought to keep The Fighter out of a child's reach.

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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Short Story:
Lucy (Georgie Henley), Edmund (Skandar Keynes), and cousin Eustace (Will Poulter) make their spirited return to Narnia, traveling with Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes) aboard the royal ship The Dawn Treader. Throughout the journey, the crew encounters dragons, dwarfs, merfolk, and a band of lost warriors as they voyage to the edge of the world.

What They're Saying:
"A worthy challenger to the far more popular Harry Potter pictures." - Orlando Sentinel

"It's good to see the spirit of English craftsmanship alive, even if applied to ephemeral effects." - Village Voice

Good For Kids?
Let the kids' imaginations run wild at this fairytale adventure.

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Black Swan
Short Story:
Natalie Portman
stars as a driven ballerina, who's at the top of her game -- until a new dancer (Mila Kunis) threatens to knock the prima ballerina off her pedestal. The two young dancers square off, forming an odd and competitive friendship that takes them both down a dark path.

What They're Saying:
"You can't take it too seriously, but you can't tear your eyes away from it, either." - Entertainment Weekly

"Black Swan is something like a 100-minute swoon. The camera lurches, leaps, and pirouettes; in some scenes, it feels as if it's being tossed around the stage along with Portman. Kitsch this bombastic becomes something primal." - Village Voice

Good For Kids?
This psychological thriller is definitely too scary for the little ones.

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I Love You Phillip Morris
Short Story:
Based on a true story, I Love You Phillip Morris stars Jim Carrey as Steven Russell, a happily married police officer who realizes he's gay and then escapes to a life of crime. His new lifestyle eventually lands him in prison, where he meets his soulmate, Phillip Morris (Ewan McGregor). Determined to free Morris from prison, Russell undertakes one con job (and one prison break) after another -- all for the sake of love.

What They're Saying:
"Carrey and McGregor are both excellent at plumbing the depths of their intentionally broad characters." - Time Out New York

"Less of a comedy than a hilarious tragedy." - Variety

Good For Kids?
This R-rated flick is not suitable for children.

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The Warrior's Way
Short Story:
East meets West in this epic tale of revenge and redemption. When Yang, a warrior-assassin refuses a mission on behalf of his clan, he is forced to seek refuge in the American Badlands. Unfortunately for the young fighter, starting over is only half the battle.

What They're Saying:
The Warrior's Way has not been reviewed by critics.

Good For Kids?
The teens will love this modern-day martial arts flick.

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