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This Week's New Movies: "Arthur Christmas," "Hugo," "The Muppets" & Plenty More for Grown Ups

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This Week's New Movies: "Arthur Christmas," "Hugo," "The Muppets" & Plenty More for Grown Ups

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The Muppets
Jason Segel and Amy Adams help the gang put on a show to raise money to save their old theater--simply awesome. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

Hugo
Martin Scorsese makes his first foray into both the world's of children's films and 3D with this adaptation of a book about the orphaned son of a robot maker, who lives in the walls of a Paris train station. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

Arthur Christmas
With Santa getting on in years, and his oldest son preparing to take over the family business, it's up to his younger son, the bumbling Arthur, to make sure that one little girl doesn't get overlooked. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

The Artist (Fri.)
Jean Dujardin won best actor at Cannes this year for his turn in this black-and-white silent film as an aging star of the '20s who helps launch the career of a beautiful young woman, but as she makes the transition to talkies, he is stuck in the past. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

A Dangerous Method
Viggo Mortenson and Michael Fassbender star as Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung respectively in director David Cronenberg's film about a friendship that morphed into a rivalry with a beautiful young Russian patient, played by Keira Knightley, caught in the middle. In limited release, watch the trailer

My Week With Marilyn
Michelle Williams stars as Marilyn Monroe in this film about a brief dalliance the sex symbol had with a young assistant, played by Eddie Redmayne, while she was in London shooting "The Prince and the Showgirl" with Sir Laurence Olivier, played by Kenneth Branagh. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

Rampart
Woody Harrelson stars as Dave "Date Rape" Brown, one of the LAPD's most notoriously, unapologetically corrupt police officers. Directed by Oren Moverman, who co-wrote the film with modern noir master James Ellroy. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch (Fri)
When corporate titan turns up dead, his son returns from self-imposed exile to take over the family business and exact revenge on people responsible for his dad's death. In limited release, watch the trailer
 

Related Topics Arthur Christmas, Hugo, The Muppets
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