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This Week's New Movies: "Hop," "Source Code" & "Insidious"

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Russell Brand, James Marsden, and Kaley Cuoco discuss why "Hop" is worth taking the kids out of the house to see it. (Published Wednesday, May 30, 2012)

    This week offers a time-travel thriller, an Easter romp for the kids, and a Best Picture winner re-released with all the bad words cut out.

    Source Code
    Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a soldier who must repeatedly relive the last eight minutes of another man's life in order to prevent a terrorist attack that could kill millions. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    Hop
    Russell Brand lends his voice to E.B., heir to the crown of the Easter Bunny, but all he wants to do is play drums in a rock band, so he runs off to Hollywood. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    Insidious
    Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne are a parenst who move inot a new home, where it quickly becomes clear there's som,ething wrong. Is it the house that's haunted? Or THEIR SON?!? In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    The King's Speech (PG-13)
    It won Best Picture, Director, Actor and Origianl Screenplay--you need another reason to tsee it? The inspirational story of a future king's struggle with a stutter, and the unlikely friendship he finds with the man who helps him conquer it has now been edited so your children won't hear the F word for the first time. In theaters everywhere, read our review or the R-rated edition and watch the trailer

    In a Better World
    Winner of Best Foreign Film at this year's Oscars, about a doctor who splits his time between a refugee camp in Africa and his family's beach house, so he can be close to his kids who live with his wife from whom he is separated. Director Susan Bier presents a number of conlficts of varying severity to inspoect just how civilized we really are. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

    Rubber
    Both a film about a homicidal tire, and a gleeful middle finger at movie audience, critics and studios. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

    Super
    Rainn Wilson (Dwight on "The Office") stars as a man who turns himself into a superhero so he can save his wife from the clutches of the evil drug lord in this comic and violent film from Troma alum James Gunn. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

    Cat Run
    With nothing else goin gon in their lives, two friends decide to start a detective agency, but when their first case requires them to guard a high-pirced escort, they soon find themselves on the run from mob, a Senator and an assassin. In limited release, watch the red-band trailer

    Circo
    This documentary follows the struggle of a Mexican man to keep together his family's century-old trasveling circus. In limited release, watch the trailer

    The Last Godfather
    A slapstick comedy about a mafia don, played by Harvye Keitel, who anoints his a son he fathered Korea as successor. The trailer looks even dumber than the description you just read. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Queen to Play
    A French chambermaid (Sandrine Bonnaire) discovers she has a knack for chess and begins to steal away from her husband and daughter in order to learn the game from a reclusive American (Kevin Kline). In French with English subtitles. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Trust
    When a 14-year-old girl is targeted by an online stalker, he parents, palyed by CLive Owen and Catherine Keener, struggle to help her get through the experiece and deal with it on their own terms. Directerd by David Schwimmer. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Wrecked
    Adrian Brody awakens amid the wreckage of a car in a ditch with no recollection of who he is or how he got there. In limited release, watch the trailer