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This Week's New Movies: "Drive," "I Don't Know How She Does It," "Straw Dogs" & More

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    Drive
    Ryan Gosling stars a stunt driver by day, getaway driver by night who finds himself in a heist that goes terribly wrong and right in the middle of the mob's cross hairs. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    Straw Dogs
    James Marsden, Alexander Skarsgard and Kate Bosworth star in this remake of Sam Peckinpah's controversial classic about a young couple who moves to the country where they bump up against an angry mob. In theaters everywhere, read our review

    "I Don't Know How She Does It"

    [NATL] "I Don't Know How She Does It"
    Sarah Jessica Parker stars in this adaptation of the Allison Pearson bestseller about a woman trying to juggle family and career. Co-stars Greg Kinnear and Pierce Brosnan. Opens Sept. 16.

    I Don't Know How She Does It
    Sarah Jessica Parker stars in this adaptation of the bestseller of the same name as a woman trying to juggle the demands of being a mother, wife and career woman. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

    The Lion King in 3D
    Hakuna matata! The 1994 Disney classic, featuring the music of Tim Rice and Elton John, about a young lion cub's coming of age and ascent to the throne returns to the big screen in glorious 3D. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

    Shut Up, Little Man!
    In the late '80s two San Francisco punks found themselves living next door to tow elderly drunks who hated one another, so they began to record their hilariously loud, mean-spirited and profane arguments, spawning a viral audio tape. This their story. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Gorgeous New "Drive" Trailer Made SFW By Blurred Out Strippers

    [NATL] "Drive"
    Ryan Gosling stars as a stunt driver who moonlights as a getaway driver in this new crime thriller from director Nicholas Winding Refn based on the novel by James Sallis. Co-starring Carey Mulligan , Albert Brooks, Ron Perlman, Bryan Cranston and Christina Hendricks, the film opens Sept. 16.

    Restless
    Mia Wasikowksa stars as a terminally ill teen who falls for a boy who enjoys going to funerals for strangers, and together they meet the ghost of a WW II kamikaze pilot. Directed by Gus Van Sant. In limited release, watch the trailer

    The Mill and the Cross
    Rutger Hauer and Charlotte Rampling star in this film that focuses on the lives of a dozen characters who inhabit Pieter Bruegel's 1564 painting "The Way to Calvary," which sets the passion of the Christ in 16th century Flanders. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Back Door Channels
    A documentary look at the story behind the story of the Camp David Accords, that brief moment in 1978 when Arabs and Jews came together in the name of peace. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Granito: How to Nail a Dictator
    Documentarian Pamela Yates revisits footage from her 1983 doc, "When the Mountains Tremble," to provide evidence of the terrible genocide inflicted on the people of Guatemala by their own military. In limited release, watch the trailer

    Jane's Journey
    A look at the 20-year crusade of Jane Goodall, the world-renowned primatologist, who gave up her career and private life to travel the Earth in an effort to save it for future generations. In limited release, watch the trailer

    My Afternoons with Marguerite
    Gérard Depardieu stars as a man viewed by his neighbors to be little more than an affable simpleton, until one day he meets a 95-year-old woman who introduces him to Camus and other great works. IIn limited release, watch the trailer

    The Weird World of the Blowfly
    The story of R & B impresario Clarence Reid whose alter ego was the notoriously profane proto-rapper Blowfly. IIn limited release, watch the trailer