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This Week's New Movies: "Wanderlust," "Act of Valor," "Gone," "Good Deeds" & More

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    NEWSLETTERS

    "Wanderlust," "Gone," "Act of Valor" and Tyler Perry's Good Deeds" all open Friday, Feb. 24.

    Wanderlust
    Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston are a pair of New York City yuppies who seek refuge from the rat race at a commune outside Atlanta, where they are surrounded by drugs, free love and nudists. Read our review and watch the trailer

    Act of Valor
    What started out as a recruitment film for the Navy SEALs--starring active-duty SEALS--suddenly grew into a feature film. Seriously. Watch the trailer

    Gone
    Amanda Seyfried stars as a woman who narrowly escapes the clutches of a serial killer, only to have him resurface a year later and make off with her sister. When the cops refuse to believe her story, it's up to her to save the day. Watch the trailer

    Tyler Perry's Good Deeds
    The writer-director stars as a successful businessman whose entire world view and value system are changed by an encounter with a homeless mother, played by Thandie Newton, living in a broom closet. Watch the trailer

    The Fairy
    A Belgian comedy, inspired by the work of Jacques Tati, about a man in search of the fairy who has only granted him two of his three wishes. Watch the trailer

    Forgiveness of Blood
    An American-Albanian film about a boy whose family is entangled in a blood feud, forcing him to go into hiding. Watch the trailer

    Tomorrow When the War Began
    A group of eight Australian school friends go away for the weekend, but when their homeland comes under attack, a vacation turns into war--think "Red Dawn: Down Under." Watch the trailer