Sorry I'm posting so late. NCAA basketball, snowstorms ... it's madness, I tell you! March Madness!

Sandra Bullock in PremonitionPremonition:Sandra Bullock stars as a woman who wakes up to learn her husband has been killed in a car crash. The next day, he's alive, as if nothing happened; the next day, he's dead again. And so on. Eventually she figures out that this isn't just another recurring nightmare like the one where she's at the grocery store naked, and she races to reverse the course of events before her premonition comes true. Bullock's one of those actors -- one of the rare actresses, in fact -- who can draw crowds to a movie simply because she's in it, so regardless of the reviews, Premonition should wind up with a fairly strong opening.
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Dead SilenceDead Silence: Ventriloquist dummies are creepy. I mean, just looking at the picture on the left is going to give me nightmares (that seems to be a theme for me this week), and don't even get me started about that Twilight Zone episode. Anyway, this latest from Saw-makers James Wan and Leigh Wannell is about a guy who goes back to his hometown to get the bottom of his late wife's death. But the town is cursed, haunted by ventriloquist dummies who apparently cut people's tongues off. On the one hand, there aren't any big names in this movie (Ryan Kwanten, Amber Valletta and Donnie Wahlberg are the stars), and these sorts of low-budget horror films haven't done well lately (see: The Hitcher, The Abandoned). On the other hand, Wan and Wannell are stars in their own right, and let's not forget that Saw itself came out of nowhere to become the phenomenon it is now.
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Chris Rock in I Think I Love My WifeI Think I Love My Wife:Chris Rock's second directorial effort (the first being Head of State), a remake of the 1972 French film Chloe in the Afternoon, stars Rock himself as a man who's bored with his suburban life and buys a Harley ... whoops, sorry, that's Wild Hogs. Rather, he gets bored and starts a flirtation with an old friend (Kerry Washington) that's both innocent and not innocent at all. I certainly can't see this film doing as well as Premonition, but Chris Rock does have plenty of fans, and they'll turn out for this film. The question is, how many?
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The bottom three spots of this weekend's top five are the tough ones, I think, with Dead Silence and I Think I Love My Wife presumably battling it out -- and don't forget about Bridge to Terabithia. I'll give you a longer deadline since I'm posting so late, so let's get those picks in by Saturday at 5:30 pm. And if you're lost in a tournament haze, that'd be right after Louisville-Texas A&M, and right before Vandy-Washington State.

1. 300
2. Premonition
3. Wild Hogs
4. Dead Silence
5. I Think I Love My Wife