Movies Out This Week

film_cloudy_meatballsCLOUDY WTH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS Adapted from the children’s picture book by Judi and Ron Barrett, this animated feature revolves around a small-town inventor who creates a phenomenon by which food rains down from the sky. Bill Hader, Anna Faris, and Bruce Campbell provide voices. Chris Miller and Phil Lord direct. (PG) Starts Friday.








film_informantTHE INFORMANT! Director Steven Soderbergh and star Matt Damon collaborate on this black comedy based on the true story of a would-be whistle-blower at a huge agri-business corporation who threatens the FBI’s case when his wandering imagination starts to veer from the truth. Scott Bakula, Joel McHale, and Melanie Lynskey co-star. (R) 108 minutes. Starts Friday.








film_jennifers_bodJENNIFER’S BODY Scriptwriter Diablo Cody (Juno) takes a more twisted look at teenage sexuality in this horror comedy about a high school girl (Megan Fox) possessed by a demon, whose suddenly insatiable sex drive culminates in her devouring her partners. Karyn Kusama (Girlfight) directs. (R) 102 minutes. Starts Friday.








film_lornas_silenceLORNA’S SILENCE Dueling loyalties, compromise, and redemption figure into this alert suspense drama from Belgian filmmaking brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Arta Dobroshi stars as a young Albanian woman whose dreams of opening a café in Belgium draw her into an unholy alliance with Russian mobsters in a marriage-and-murder scheme to obtain European Union passports. In debt to the mob, it’s up to her to change the rules when she has to face what she will and will not do for love. Jérémie Renier (Summer Hours) co-stars. (R) 105 minutes. In French with English subtitles. Starts Friday.








LOVE HAPPENS It’s the blond leading the blond when Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart team up in this romantic drama about a self-help guru with unresolved personal issues who falls for a woman he meets at one of his seminars in Seattle. Brandon Camp directs. (PG-13) Starts Friday.


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