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This Week's New Movies: "Tower Heist," "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas" and More

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"A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas" Trailer

Kal Penn and John Cho are back November 4th, and they are back in three dimensions.

"Tower Heist" Trailer

Ben Stiller, Casey Affleck, Matthew Broderick and Michael Pena to turn Eddie Murphy for help in robbing the Maddoff-esque billionaire who screwed them out of their savings. Directed by Brett Ratner, co-stars Téa Leoni, Gabourey Sidibe and Alan Alda, opens Nov. 4.
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Tower Heist
Ben Stiller drafts Eddie Murphy to help him and his co-workers rob a Madoff-esque swindler who defrauded them of their retirement savings. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas
After two years of estrangement, the guys are reunited by a magical joint, and must spend X-mas eve trying to salvage the holiday--yes, NPH returns. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

The Other F Word
A documentary that looks at a generation of punk rockers who've become dads. In limited release, watch the trailer

Five-Star Day
Cam Gigandet and Jena Malone star in this low-budget indie about a guy who takes a road trip to visit three people born on at the same time and place as he so he can prove once and for all that astrology is bunk. In limited release, watch the trailer

Killing Bono
A comedy about a rock group in Ireland who can only sit and watch as their friends in U2 become the biggest band in the world. In limited release, watch the trailer

The Last Rites of Joe May
Dennis Farina stars as an aging and ailing small-time crook who moves in with a single mother and her daughter, finding one last chance to give his life meaning. In limited release, watch the trailer

The Bride Wore Black (2011 re-release)
A re-release of Francois Truffaut's thriller about a widow with a list of five men "to love, to lure, to kill"--but why?!?!? In limited release, watch the trailer

Charlotte Rampling: The Look
The great actress reflects on her brilliant career. In limited release, watch the trailer

The Son of No One
Channing Tatum stars as a young cop who walks the beat where he once grew up, and finds long-held secrets ready to come to light and turn everyone's lives upside-down. In limited release, watch the trailer

Young Goethe in Love
A romance about the early years of one of Germany's great poets. In limited release, watch the trailer

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