Love is in the air this week as we start to segue into Valentine's Day mode -- but our top two picks this week don't fall into the realm of conventional love stories. First up is 'Let Me In,' an American remake of the Swedish vampire hit 'Let the Right One In,' in which a young boy feels the first stirrings of friendship and love for a young girl who, it turns out, may have some difficulty in returning the favor -- though she finally does in a horrifying way. Next is 'Never Let Me Go,' an adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's novel about three friends growing up in the idyllic English countryside who grow together as kids and young adults, knowing that they will have to sacrifice themselves -- and their love for each other -- to fulfill their destiny and obligation to the human race. Read on.
Never Let Me Go
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Three friends, who grew up at a seemingly idyllic boarding school, face a haunting reality. 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

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