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This Week's New Movies: "Safe House," "Phantom Menace," "The Vow" & More

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"Safe House"

Denzel Washington stars as a former CIA agent who years ago went rogue and then one day walks into an agency safe house run by Ryan Reynolds, and very soon the pair find themselves under siege. Opens Feb. 10, 2012.

"The Vow"

Rachel McAdams stars opposite Channing Tatum as a young woman who awakens from a terrible car accident with no memory of her husband, forcing him to woo her all over again. It'll be here Feb. 14, 2012--the perfect Valentine's Day date movie!
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Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Josh Hutcherson head off in search of Jules Verne's legendary island. In theaters everywhere, read our review

Safe House
Denzel Washington is a rogue ex-CIA agent who turns himself to an Agency safe house run by Ryan Reynolds. When a small army storms the place, it's Reynolds job to keep Washington alive. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (in 3D)
The reviled prequel to one of the most beloved films of the past 50 years returns in glorious 3D. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

The Vow
Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum are a married couple torn apart when a car accident leaves her with no memory, forcing him to try to win her heart all over again. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

Rampart
Woody Harrelson stars as the dirtiest cop in the LAPD's most notorious division. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

Return
Linda Cardellini stars as an Iraq War vet trying to readjust to life stateside with her husband, played by Michael Shannon, and kids. In limited release, watch the trailer

Chico & Rita
This Oscar-nominated cartoon tells the story of a Cuban musician and the singer he loves as the duo travel the world chasing their dreams. In limited release, watch the trailer

Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu
A Hindi romcom in which an unemployed man and a hairstylist awaken from a night of debauchery to find they've gotten married. In limited release, watch the trailer

In Darkness
From Agnieszka Holland, director of "Europa Europa," comes this film based on the true story of a Polish sewer worker and petty thief who helps smuggle Jews under the streets of Nazi-occupied Lvov, Poland. In limited release, watch the trailer

The Turin Horse
In 1889, Friedrich Nietzsche saw a horse in Turin being whipped, and tossed his arms around its neck, only to fall to the ground. A month later, Nietzsche was diagnosed with a serious mental illness, and was left speechless until his death 11 years later. But happened to the horse? In limited release, watch the first six minutes
 

Related Topics The Vow, Safe House, Phantom Menace
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