This Week at the Movies, Part 1 (Sep. 14-16, 2012)

Our critics have been hard at work reviewing the latest films. Here is a look at what’s coming out this weekend (in select cities, check your local listings) and what else may be in theaters right now.

Opening: September 14, 2012

Wide (United States)

Finding Nemo 3D

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Last Ounce of Courage

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Wide (United Kingdom)

Hope Springs

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ParaNorman

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Premium Rush

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Limited (United States)

10 Years

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Arbitrage

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Liberal Arts

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The Master

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Limited (United Kingdom)

To Rome with Love

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2012 Films In Theaters Now In Select Areas

2016: Obama’s America

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After the Triumph of Your Birth

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The Ambassador

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Anna Karenina

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Apartment 143

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The Babymakers

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Bachelorette

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Battleship

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Beloved

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The Bourne Legacy

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Cleanskin

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The Cold Light of Day

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The Deep Blue Sea

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Detropia

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Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel

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Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax

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Dredd

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Elena

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End of Watch

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For Ellen

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Francine

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The Good Doctor

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Great Expectations

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Hit & Run

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Lawless

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Little Birds

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Looper

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The Loved Ones

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My Life as Abraham Lincoln

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Now is Good

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Pitch Perfect

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The Possession

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The Queen of Versailles

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Salmon Fishing In The Yemen

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Sleepwalk With Me

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Snow White and the Huntsman

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Step Up to the Plate

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The Tall Man

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To Rome with Love

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Toys in the Attic

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Wild Horse, Wild Ride

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The Words

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2012 Films Not Yet In Theaters

Foxfire

Kenneth R. Morefield @ 1More Film Blog

  • Excerpt: One of the refreshingly intelligent things about Foxfire is that it doesn’t go where you think it will. Or, rather, it does, but it gets there so much quicker than films only interested in the inevitable crash and burn downfall of the female avenger that it actually has time to ask “what comes next?”

Kon-Tiki

Stephen Saito @ www.moveablefest.com

  • Excerpt: From the Toronto Film Festival, the voyage of a spare raft made of balsa wood across the Pacific Ocean leads to a big adventure in this rollicking Danish historical drama.

Spring Breakers

Stephen Saito @ www.moveablefest.com

  • Excerpt: From the Toronto Film Festival, the “Trash Humpers” writer/director’s latest featuring a cornrowed James Franco is overindulgent in every way.

2011 Films

The Company Men

Dustin Freeley @ Movies About Gladiators.com

A Dangerous Method

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Rampart

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Screaming in High Heels

Brent McKnight @ Beyond Hollywood

  • Excerpt: Screaming in High Heels is a love letter to the scream queens of the 1980s.

We Have a Pope

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We Need to Talk About Kevin

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