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    Then She Found Me

    Helen Hunt is a first-rate actor. Regrettably, the same cannot be said for her talents as a director and screenwriter.

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    Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay

    Fans ofHarold & Kumar Go to White Castlewill not be disappointed by the second installment of this weed-friendly comedy.

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    Baby Mama

    The inspired pairing of Fey and Poehler makes these baby mamas worth watching, no matter which side of the stirrups you're on.

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    The Life Before Her Eyes

    Frankly, this melodrama would have been better suited for the small screen as a Lifetime movie.

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    88 Minutes

    The great Al Pacino may have only 88 minutes of movie stardom left if he keeps picking dogs like this one.

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    Street Kings

    A blaring bedside alarm. The foreboding steel of a side arm. This is how we're introduced to LAPD vice cop Tom Ludlow, who lurches out from under the covers to stare in the mirror and vomit in the toilet.

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    Chapter 27

    "I always knew I was going to do something really big," a virtually unrecognizable Jared Leto says in Mark David Chapman's scratchy Southern whisper. "I just didn't know if it would be good or bad."

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    Run Fatboy Run

    Going intoRun Fatboy Run, Simon Pegg has his work cut out for him, but proves that as an actor, he's in this for the long run.

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    Cartoon

    Cartoonworks on several levels and will likely leave you discussing the play for the rest of the night.

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    Cherubina

    Cherubinais a solid, moving tale, with a simple set and three actors. It ought to be widely known.