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Your Weekend at the Movies



The studios continue to burn off mediocre-to-crappy junk -- remakes of Witch Mountain and The Last House on the Left, and a sex comedy that was re-named when its release date changed. And the best options for your viewing pleasure continue to be specialty fare.

If you want to see what Joaquin Phoenix looks like when he's shaven and not behaving like a complete tool, check out Two Lovers. If you have an even bolder taste for character-based drama, try Michelle Williams as a down-on-her-luck itinerant worker in Wendy and Lucy.