With not one, but two alien invasion movies coming out this weekend, yet another big screen adaptation of a cartoon we grew up with, and Ryan Gosling taking his first stab at the world of comedy, we've got quite the eclectic lineup to choose from at the theater this weekend, and that's not even counting all the indies coming out.

So go right ahead and place your vote on what's looking good and what's looking lame among tomorrow's new releases.


'Cowboys & Aliens'

What's it about?: A wanted man wakes up in the desert with an alien bracelet on his arm and no memory of who he is or how he got there. He starts trouble in a nearby town, gets arrested, fights off an alien invasion, then heads out to find the alien HQ to save some people, regain his memory, and hopefully save his main squeeze in the process.

Who's in it?: Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde, Paul Dano, and Sam Rockwell, among others. Directed by Jon Favreau, written by Roberto Orci, Damon Lindelof, Hawk Ostby, Alex Kurtzman, and Mark Fergus.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide.

What did we think of the movie?: Disappointing.
Are you going to see 'Cowboys & Aliens' this weekend?
You bet.4279 (53.2%)
No dice.3764 (46.8%)









'Crazy, Stupid, Love'

What's it about?: A married man finds out that his wife wants a divorce, so in the hopes of finding out where their marriage went wrong and how he can get his life back together, he consults the help of a bonafide ladies man who

Who's in it?: Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Marisa Tomei, and Kevin Bacon, among others. Directed by Glen Ficarra and John Requa, written by Dan Fogelman.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide.

What did we think of the trailer?: Could be good, loving the cast.
Are you going to see 'Crazy, Stupid, Love' this weekend?
You bet. 3411 (52.3%)
No dice.3107 (47.7%)












'The Smurfs'

What's it about?: While escaping from the clutches of the evil wizard Gargamel, The Smurfs magically get transported to present-day Manhattan and get into one crazy hijink after another.

Who's in it?: Neil Patrick Harris, Hank Azaria, and the voice talents of Katy Perry, Alan Cumming, Fred Armisen, George Lopez, Anton Yelchin, Kenan Thompson, Jeff Foxworthy, John Oliver, and Paul Reubens, among others. Directed by Raja Gosnell, written by J. David Stern, David N. Weiss, Jay Scherick, and David Ronn.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide in both 2D and 3D theaters.

What did we think of the trailer?: Not getting our hopes up, but if Neil Patrick Harris is involved, we can't help but be strangely interested.
Are you going to see 'The Smurfs' this weekend?
You bet.2307 (35.0%)
No dice.4286 (65.0%)












'Attack the Block'

What's it about?: Aliens invade London, a group of teenage punks find them caught in the middle and they have to save the day before everyone in their neighborhood gets killed.

Who's in it?: Nick Frost, John Boyega, Jodie Whittaker, Luke Treadaway, and Alex Esmail, among others. Written and directed by Joe Cornish.

Where is it playing?: Limited release.

What did we think of the movie?: Awesome. Way better than 'Cowboys & Aliens.'
Are you going to see 'Attack the Block' this weekend?
You bet.430 (9.1%)
No dice.2877 (60.7%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.1431 (30.2%)













'Point Blank'

What's it about?: A safecracker gets framed for a murder, winds up in the hospital, gets his life saved by a male nurse. The next morning, the safe cracker's buddy kidnaps the male nurse's wife, tells the male nurse to break the safecracker out of the hospital if he wants his wife back, and so the two guys end up working together to save each other's lives, find out who wants them dead, and clear their good names in the process.

Who's in it?: Gilles Lellouche, and Roschdy Zem, among others. Directed by Fred Cavaye, written by Cavaye and Guillaume Lemans.

Where is it playing?: New York and Los Angeles.

What did we think of the movie?: Insane. Might be the wildest movie we've seen in theaters since 'The Bourne Ultimatum.' See it if you can.
Are you going to see 'Point Blank' this weekend?
You bet.673 (17.9%)
No dice.1959 (52.0%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.1135 (30.1%)













'The Future'

What's it about?: A thirty-something couple adopt a cat, and during the month they have to wait to pick her up from the vet, they decide to quit their jobs and figure out what they want to do with their lives.

Who's in it?: Miranda July and Hamish Linklater, among others. Written and directed by Miranda July.

Where is it playing?: Limited release.

What did we think of the movie?: Interesting, if not incredibly strange.
Are you going to see 'The Future' this weekend?
You bet.163 (5.0%)
No dice.2753 (83.9%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.366 (11.2%)













'The Devil's Double'

What's it about?: The story of an Iraqi who finds himself making a living as the body double for Saddam Hussein's son, Uday Hussein.

Who's in it?: Dominic Cooper, Philip Quast, and Ludivine Sagnier, among others. Directed by Lee Tamahori, written by Michael Thomas.

Where is it playing?: Limited release.

What did we think of the trailer?: Could be good.
Are you going to see 'The Devil's Double' this weekend?
You bet. 544 (16.3%)
No dice.2194 (65.8%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.595 (17.9%)













'The Guard'

What's it about?: A white, endearingly bigoted Irish cop teams up with a black, no-nonsense American FBI agent to solve a string of murders in Ireland and take down a local drug cartel.

Who's in it?: Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle, among others. Written and directed by John Michael McDonagh.

Where is it playing?: Limited release.

What did we think of the trailer?: Like a breath of fresh air for buddy cop movies. Gotta love Gleeson and Cheadle.
Are you going to see 'The Guard' this weekend?
You bet. 706 (23.2%)
No dice.1648 (54.1%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.693 (22.7%)













'Assassination Games'

What's it about?: Two rival assassins team up to take out a target.

Who's in it?: Jean-Claude Van Damme and Scott Adkins, among others. Directed by Ernie Barbarash, written by Aaron Rahsaan Thomas.

Where is it playing?: Limited release.

What did we think of the trailer?: Didn't even know Van Damme was still making movies.
Are you going to see 'Assassination Games' this weekend?
You bet.315 (11.6%)
No dice.2148 (78.9%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.261 (9.6%)













'Golf in the Kingdom'

What's it about?: A college kid discovers himself through the power of golf.

Who's in it?: David O'Hara, Malcolm McDowell, Frances Fisher, and Tony Curran, among others. Written and directed by Susan Streitfeld.

Where is it playing?: New York.

What did we think of the trailer?: Looks pretty, looks interesting.
Are you going to see 'Golf in the Kingdom' this weekend?
You bet. 147 (6.0%)
No dice.2028 (83.1%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.265 (10.9%)













'Good Neighbors'

What's it about?: A Canadian serial killer is on the loose and new tenant starts to wonder whether or not her new neighbors are the ones committing the murders.

Who's in it?: Jay Baruchel, Scott Speedman, and Emily Hampshire, among others. Written and directed by Jacob Tierney.

Where is it playing?: New York and Los Angeles.

What did we think of the trailer?: Seems to give a lot away, could still be good though.
Are you going to see 'Good Neighbors' this weekend?
You bet. 309 (12.7%)
No dice.1679 (69.0%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.447 (18.4%)













'The Interrupters'

What's it about?: A documentary about a group of people who have gotten together to try to put an end to urban gang violence.

Who's in it?: Couldn't find any names, but it is directed by Steve James who also directed 'Hoop Dreams,' and that counts for a lot.

Where is it playing?: New York.

What did we think of the trailer?: Amazing. We are dying to see this.
Are you going to see 'The Interrupters' this weekend?
You bet.208 (8.9%)
No dice. 1721 (73.3%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.420 (17.9%)













'Sleep Furiously'

What's it about?: A documentary about the disappearing generation of farmers in director Gideon Koppel's home town.

Who's in it?: Couldn't find any names, but it's directed by Gideo Koppel (shocker).
Where is it playing?: New York.

What did we think of the trailer?: Not quite sure what to think.
Are you going to see 'Sleep Furiously' this weekend?
You bet.116 (5.5%)
No dice.1793 (84.4%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.215 (10.1%)












So what movie are you most excited for this weekend?

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