1 ‘It’s Kind of a Funny Story’ Finally, someone formally committed Zach Galifianakis. Here, he plays a mentor of sorts to a clinically depressed teenager (Keir GilChrist) who checks himself into an adult psych ward.

‘Life as We Know It’
Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel had a terrible first date, but they have to learn to get along and raise their goddaughter after their friends die in an accident.

3 ‘Secretariat’ Based on the true story of the first U.S. Triple Crown champion racehorse, this film also stars humans Diane Lane and John Malkovich.

4 ‘My Soul to Take’ Welcome to scary movie season. Wes Craven’s new flick tells the story of a serial killer who returns to his hometown to kill the seven children born on the date he supposedly died.

5 ‘The Social Network’ If you believe Aaron Sorkin’s story, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (played here by Jesse Eisenberg) didn’t actually have that many social skills in the real world.

6 ‘Let Me In’ In this remake of the Swedish horror film, Chloe Moretz stars as a bloodthirsty tween vampire.

7 ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ Michael Douglas is back as Gordon Gekko, and this time he’s out to show Shia LaBeouf a thing or two about the stock market and tacky business attire.

8 ‘You Again’ Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Kristin Chenoweth and, for good measure, Betty White star in this packed ensemble comedy about a woman trying to prevent her high school bully from marrying her brother.

9 ‘Legend of the Guardians’ Based on the books, this family flick follows a group of peaceful mutt owls in their battles against a group of barn owls who want to purify the ranks.

10 ‘The Town’ Ben Affleck and Jeremy Renner are bank robbers who take a hostage played by Rebecca Hall. Affleck’s character falls in love with Hall’s and John Hamm is an FBI guy trying to bust Affleck. We don’t think we’re giving away too much when we tell you a Metro box plays a prominent role and takes a few bullets.