What's scarier: an Ivy League brat with a billion dollars and a lot of grudges, or a pair of creepy, demonic little girls? Ask yourself that question as you ponder this weekend's new movie choices.

New and Noteworthy: 'The Social Network'

Starring:Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Timberlake, Andrew Garfield, Rashida Jones
Directed by:David Fincher
What It's About: It's about the founding of Facebook, how it grew from a college dorm-room prank into a global phenomenon -- and a source of bitter, multimillion-dollar lawsuits among its founders. It's also about how a group of Harvard snobs with no social skills created the planet's biggest ongoing party, how creator Mark Zuckerberg (Eisenberg) became the world's youngest billionaire, how a guy who changed the way we use the word "friend" lost all of his own and how the great egalitarian leveling power of the Internet is still trumped by old-school markers of class and privilege.
Barry Munday
Based on 6 critics

A slacker (Patrick Wilson) has to learn responsibility after he impregnates a stranger (Judy Greer). Read More

Case 39
Based on 15 critics

A social worker learns that there is more than meets the eye with a girl she saved from abuse. Read More

Iron Man 2
Based on 40 critics

The superhero (Robert Downey Jr.) must forge new alliances and confront a powerful enemy. Read More

Let Me In
Based on 35 critics

A misfit boy (Kodi Smit-McPhee) befriends the strange new girl (Chloƫ Grace Moretz) who lives next door. Read More

Good Will Hunting
Based on 28 critics

A therapist (Robin Williams) counsels a janitor (Matt Damon) with a genius IQ. Read More