Remember Me
Robert Pattinson's first big mainstream starring role away from the supernatural, Remember Me is a divisive feature that many love, but just as many loathe. A story of romance and tragedy, Dawn Taylor wrote in her review: "that Remember Me is literate, sensitive, often quite funny, and altogether engaging, despite its formulaic underpinnings." It's ending is controversial, indeed, though I argue just as it should be. Rent it and check it out for yourself on DVD or Blu-ray.

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Green Zone
Reality gets a taste of fiction with Paul Greengrass' spin on Rajiv Chandrasekaran's experiences in Iraq's Green Zone, with Matt Damon leading a search for weapons of mass destruction. Jeffrey M. Anderson writes: "Green Zone turns out to be a rather routine thriller. But on the upside, it's more fun than most other Iraq war movies, and there are no soapbox speeches or finger-wagging; it leaves behind the stern importance usually associated with this genre." Rent it on DVD or Blu-ray.

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She's Out of My League
Adding a little comedy to the mix, just after I ranted about Baruchel's hottie-magnet ways in I'm Reed Fish, Jay Baruchel gets to date the beautiful girl again, but this time the imbalance is noted. In his review, William Goss tried to rate the comedy: "to apply that rating system that Kirk's posse is so very fond of, the movie starts to shape up like an 8 before trying to fit in by acting like a 5, which makes it a... 7? Oh, it's a B.S. system anyway, as the boys inevitably come to understand. To put it another way, She's Out of My League is good for a couple of laughs, but falls short of being a keeper." Skip it on DVD or Blu-ray.

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