January is finally here, and in the movie world that means one thing: mind-numbing tedium. Oh, sure, fans can tune into the various award shows for a momentary diversion. But because of those awards, most studios have already released all their good stuff in December. And that leaves January as a vast dumping ground for all the second-rate films that Hollywood has deemed unworthy of serious consideration. It's enough to make a movie fan want to hibernate until February.

But since that's not an option for the non-bears among us, we've decided to come up with a plan whereby even the most devoted cinephile can make their way through the movie minefield that is January and come out the other side with their entertainment quota satisfied.

So read on to find out what's in The Movie Lover's Survival Guide to January:
The Dilemma
PG-132011
Based on 32 critics

Before a presentation, a man sees the wife of his best friend and business partner with another guy. Read More

The Company Men
R2010
Based on 34 critics

Three men try to survive during a year in which their company undergoes corporate downsizing. Read More

The Green Hornet
PG-132011
Based on 39 critics

The spoiled heir (Seth Rogen) to a newspaper fortune becomes a costumed crime-fighter. Read More

The Way Back
PG-132010
Based on 33 critics

A Polish prisoner (Jim Sturgess) leads an escape from a Siberian gulag. Read More

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