Folks, we got something for everyone this week. An R-rated comedy that sounds a lot like a real-life tragedy, a horror movie where teens are doomed to die like crazy in gruesome ways you won't see coming, a tear-jerker led by an all-star female cast, and the best night out a Gleek's ever had.

Any way you cut it, the whole family's got an option at the theaters this week, so go ahead and check out which ones look best.


'The Help'

What's it about?: A white woman and two African American house maids team together to write a book about racial injustices in 1960s Jackson, Mississippi.

Who's in it?: Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jessica Chastain, Sissy Spacek, and Allison Janney, among others. Written and directed by Tate Taylor.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide.

What did we think of the movie?: Even better than the book (read our review.)
Are you going to see 'The Help' this weekend?
You bet.285 (77.4%)
No dice.83 (22.6%)



'Final Destination 5'

What's it about?: A bunch of teens barely avoid dying during a bridge collapse, so death itself starts hunting them down one by one to finish the job.

Who's in it?: Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, and Tony Todd, among others. Directed by Steven Quale, written by Eric Heisserer.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide.

What did we think of the trailer?: More of the same, but we've always had a weird kind of soft spot for the 'Final Destination' series.
Are you going to see 'Final Destination 5' this weekend?
You bet.71 (32.4%)
No dice.148 (67.6%)



'30 Minutes or Less'

What's it about?: Two guys kidnap a pizza deliver boy, strap a bomb to his chest, and force him to rob a bank or else they'll blow him up. Hilarity ensues.

Who's in it?: Jesse Eisenberg, Aziz Ansari, Danny McBride, Nick Swardson, and Fred Ward, among others. Directed by Ruben Fleischer, written by Michael Diliberti.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide.

What did we think of the trailer?: Could be good, too bad it's getting totally overshadowed by the controversy surrounding it though.
Are you going to see '30 Minutes or Less' this weekend?
You bet. 144 (59.8%)
No dice.97 (40.2%)



'Glee: The 3D Concert Movie'

What's it about?: A rockumentary featuring the cast of 'Glee' singing songs from 'Glee' in concert.

Who's in it?: Everyone from 'Glee' except for Jane Lynch. Directed by Kevin Tancharoen.

Where is it playing?: Nation-wide.

What did we think of the trailer?: If we were Gleeks, we'd be there in a heartbeat.
Are you going to see 'Glee: The 3D Concert Movie' this weekend?
You bet.44 (22.9%)
No dice.148 (77.1%)



'Senna'

What's it about?: A documentary about the life and untimely death of Formula One racing legend, Ayrton Senna.

Who's in it?: Ayrton Senna. Directed by Asif Kapadia, written by Manish Pandey.

Where is it playing?: New York & LA.

What did we think of the trailer?: We don't follow racing and we've never even heard of Ayrton Senna, but this movie looks awesome.
Are you going to see 'Senna' this weekend?
You bet.17 (13.1%)
No dice.82 (63.1%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.31 (23.8%)



'Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow'

What's it about?: A documentary about the life and works of German painter/sculptor, Anselm Kiefer.

Who's in it?: Anselm Kiefer. Directed by Sophie Fiennes.

Where is it playing?: New York.

What did we think of the trailer?: Definitely seems to be catering to a certain crowd, but still interesting even though we know nothing about Anselm Kiefer or his works.
Are you going to see 'Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow' this weekend?
You bet.4 (4.8%)
No dice.68 (81.0%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.12 (14.3%)



'Littlerock'

What's it about?: A Japanese brother and sister head to America for the first time and wind up in the desert town of Littlerock, CA where things end up being much different than they expected.

Who's in it?: Atusko Okatsuka and Rintaro Sawamoto, among others. Written and directed by Mike Ott.

Where is it playing?: New York.

What did we think of the trailer?: Pretty cryptic, but could be good.
Are you going to see 'Littlerock' this weekend?
You bet. 3 (3.7%)
No dice.64 (79.0%)
I would, but it's not playing near me.14 (17.3%)


So what movie are you most excited to see this weekend?

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