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Saw VI: (R) The slasher series that will never die until you people stop buying tickets makes its annual Halloween season return.
This Is It: This documentary looks at singer Michael Jackson's last months as he prepared for a 50-date comeback tour.
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Beeswax: (Not rated) Twin sisters Jeannie and Lauren enlist a friend to help one of them keep her vintage clothing store.
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House of the Devil: (R) A babysitter takes an unusual job and lives to regret it in this horror tale starring Jocelin Donahue.
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Bright Star: (PG) Aussie director Jane Campion's latest period piece is about the 18-year-old (Abbie Cornish) who inspired her neighbor, John Keats (Ben Whishaw), to write the love poem, "Bright Star."
Capitalism: A Love Story: (Unrated) Michael Moore's take on the financial crisis and the people, high and low, who caused it.
Couples Retreat: (PG-13) Four couples are trapped in a resort where they're forced to fix their relationships.
Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs: (PG) Phil Lord directs (with Chris Miller) this animated adaptation of the children's book about a town where food rains from the sky.
District 9: (R) In this science-fiction drama, a race of aliens (the E.T. kind) are exploited for work and forced to live in squalor.
Fame: Alan Parker's influential 1980 musical about students at New York City's High School of Performing Arts gets a "reimagining."
Final Destination Death Trip 3D: (R) This fourth installment of the profitable horror franchise about teens who get Death all riled up when they don't die like they're supposed to is getting released in 3D.
G-Force: (PG) An elite team of guinea pigs tries to stop an evil billionaire from world domination.
G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra: (PG-13) Based on the action figure. Installment one explains how the series' evil-military machine came to be.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: (PG) In this adaptation of the sixth "Harry Potter" book, we learn more about how Tom Riddle turned into He Who Shall Not Be Named.
Inglourious Basterds: (R) A group of Jewish soldiers, led by Brad Pitt, take on a gang of Nazis.
Law Abiding Citizen: (R) Gerard Butler stars in this thriller about a man whose family was murdered. He takes the law into his own hands when the justice system fails him.
Love Happens: (PG-13) A widower (Aaron Eckhart) becomes a self-help guru after he writes a book about mourning, but falls for one of his readers (Jennifer Aniston).
Paranormal Activity: (R) Katie and Micah hope to captue evidence of a haunting with a video camera but are not prepared for the terrifying occurrences that follow.
Stepfather: (PG-13) Michael becomes increasingly suspicious of the new man, David, in his mother's life.
Surrogates: (R) In the near future, FBI agents (Bruce Willis and Radha Mitchell) investigate a murder involving artificial "surrogates," robotic aliases used by recluses to represent them in the outside world.
The Hangover: (R) Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms must re-trace their wild night in Vegas to find a groom-to-be.
The Informant! (R) A corporate whistleblower (Matt Damon) working with the FBI to expose a price-fixing conspiracy keeps changing his story until the feds start to wonder if he's not just making everything up.
The Invention of Lying: (PG-13) In a world where the concept of not telling the truth does not exist, a man (Ricky Gervais) discovers that dishonesty can make someone rich.
The Time Traveler's Wife: (PG-13) Based on the best-selling novel, Eric Bana stars as a librarian whose calendar hopping complicates his relationship with Rachel McAdams.
Toy Story 3-D: (PG) Pixar re-issues a double-feature of the two films, "Toy Story" and "Toy Story 2," this time in 3-D.
Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself: (PG-13) Taraji P. Henson stars, Gladys Knight sings and Tyler Perry dons the Madea dress for his latest sermon with a silly edge.
Up: (PG) A cranky old man plans the trip of a lifetime, but he unwittingly brings along a young passenger.
Where the Wild Things Are: (PG) The Spike Jonze version of Maurice Sendak's classic children's fantasy book stars Forest Whitaker, Catherine Keener, Mark Ruffalo and Catherine O'Hara.
Whip It: (PG-13) Ellen Page, Juliette Lewis and Kristen Wiig join star and director Drew Barrymore for this lady-roller-derby dramedy.
Zombieland: (R) Jesse Eisenberg plays a meek chap who tries to find refuge in a world overrun by zombies. Woody Harrelson also stars.
- Compiled from Staff and Wire Reports
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