Here's what you'll find playing in movie theaters near you.
127 HOURS (R) Thrilling true tale about mountain climber Aron Ralston (James Franco), who had to amputate a limb after getting trapped under a boulder in Utah.
BLACK SWAN (R) Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis star as rival ballet dancers, with Vincent Cassel serving as their artistic director.
BLUE VALENTINE (R) Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams are drawing raves for their gritty portrayal of an unhappily married couple and how they wound up together.
CASINO JACK (R) Kevin Spacey excels at playing sleazy characters, so portraying notorious lobbyist and dirtbag Jack Abramoff should be right in his wheelhouse.
THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA (PG) The Pevensie family returns to the screen for an adventurous ocean voyage full of dragons, dwarfs and that lion voiced by Liam Neeson.
COUNTRY STRONG (PG-13) Gwyneth Paltrow plays a drunken country diva whose money-grubbing husband (Tim McGraw) tries to resurrect her washed up career.
FAIR GAME (PG-13) The story of CIA agent Valerie Plame (a perfectly cast Naomi Watts), who was outed by Dick Cheney and company as revenge against her husband.
THE FIGHTER (R)Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg play Dicky Eklund and Micky Ward, the Lowell brothers who shook up the boxing world in the 1990s.
GULLIVER’S TRAVELS (PG)Modern take on the classic tale with Jack Black as Gulliver, a clerk who bluffs his way into writing about the Bermuda Triangle and ends up in Lilliput.
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (PG-13) In Part 1 of the final installment, the wizardly Harry is drawn ever closer to the forces of evil ruled by the dastardly Voldemort.
HOW DO YOU KNOW (R) Reese Witherspoon plays a pro softball player torn between a corporate executive (Paul Rudd) and a Major League pitcher (Owen Wilson).
THE KING’S SPEECH (R) How England’s King George VI resolved his speech impediment is the theme of this classy production starring Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush.
LITTLE FOCKERS (PG-13) The third leg of the Focker’s dysfunctional family dishes out the same shenanigans and sight gags that are no longer fresh.
RABBIT HOLE (PG-13) Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart portray parents who lose their 4-year-old-son in a tragic accident in David Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer-winning play.
SEASON OF THE WITCH (PG-13) Supernatural action-adventure flick with Nicolas Cage about a crusader who must transport a woman accused of being a witch to a remote monastery.
THE SOCIAL NETWORK (R) The story about the creation of Facebook stars Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield as nerds who come up with a revolutionary idea. Oscar potential.
SOMEWHERE (R) A Hollywood actor realizes the emptiness of fame when he gets to know his 11-year-old daughter.
TANGLED (PG) Disney’s take on “Rapunzel” is beautiful to look at, despite a predictable storyline and uninteresting leads voiced by Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi.
THE TOURIST (PG-13) Angelina Jolie stars with Johnny Depp, who portrays an everyman who gets swept up into a bit of foreign intrigue.
TRON: LEGACY (PG) A tech-savvy young man (Garrett Hedlund) enters a digital world, where he believes his father (Jeff Bridges) disappeared when he was just a lad.
TRUE GRIT (PG) The Coen Brothers’ quick-on-the-draw remake of this Western is funny, tremendously acted, and audaciously exorcizes the ghost of John Wayne.
YOGI BEAR (PG) Yogi (voice of Dan Aykroyd ) and Boo-Boo (Justin Timberlake) are brought out of mothballs for an adventure blending live action and animation.
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