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10 Movies to catch this weekend

Catch the Farrelly Brothers’ new film ‘Hall Pass’ new in theaters this weekend.

1 ‘Hall Pass’ The Farrelly Brothers are back with another gross-out comedy about two husbands (Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis) who are granted a one-week vacation from marriage in order to cheat without guilt.

2 ‘Drive Angry 3D’ It seems like there’s a Nicolas Cage movie coming out about once a month lately. In this one, he plays a felon who breaks out of hell — uh, OK — to save his granddaughter from murder.

3 ‘Unknown’ Who knew Liam Neeson was so talented at kicking butt? We did! Last year. When he was in “Taken.” That same sort of tough guy awakens from a coma to discover that someone has taken his identity in “Unknown.”

4 ‘I Am Number Four’ Like Percy Jackson before him, Number Four is hoping to be the next Harry Potter ... or Edward Cullen. He’ll take either. This sci-fi romance about teen aliens who fell to Earth could be the next big thing ... or not.

5 ‘Just Go With It’ In this Jennifer Aniston/Adam Sandler rom-com, Sandler’s character exploits Aniston’s children to convince his new love interest that he was previously married.

6 ‘The Eagle’ Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell fight their way through England’s wilderness in 140 A.D.

7 ‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’ Director’s Fan Cut
This Biebs biopic is already being re-released with new material of our favorite mushroom-haired teen crooner. Bieberites should know that this is a one-week exclusive.

8 ‘Cedar Rapids’ What would it be like if a trip to an insurance convention in Cedar Rapids was the watershed event that defined your life? Find out in this adorable comedy starring Ed Helms and John C. Reilly.

9 ‘Gnomeo & Juliet’
What if the Bard had chosen to set “Romeo and Juliet” in the world of garden gnomes? Only this film can tell you.

10 ‘The Roommate’ Haven’t seen “Single White Female” in a while? Then why not head to the cinema and catch Minka Kelly and Leighton Meester re-enact it note-for-note in the collegiate remake of the 1992 film.

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