With not one, but two alien invasion movies coming out this weekend, yet another big screen adaptation of a cartoon we grew up with, and Ryan Gosling taking his first stab at the world of comedy, we've got quite the eclectic lineup to choose from at the theater this weekend, and that's not even counting all the indies coming out.

So go right ahead and place your vote on what's looking good and what's looking lame among tomorrow's new releases.
The Guard
Based on 29 critics

A vulgar Irish cop and an uptight FBI agent investigate a drug-smuggling ring. Read More

Crazy, Stupid, Love
Based on 40 critics

A suddenly single 40-something (Steve Carell) needs help finding his groove again. Read More

The Devil's Double
Based on 28 critics

The body double of one of Saddam Hussein's sons reveals details in the life of the Iraqi tyrant. Read More

The Interrupters
Not Yet Rated2011
Based on 24 critics

A filmmaker documents the efforts of three individuals to protect their community from violence. Read More

Attack the Block
Based on 27 critics

A teenage gang in South London defends its neighborhood from malevolent extraterrestrials. Read More

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Good Neighbours
Based on 12 critics

Tenants living in Montreal's Notre Dame de Grace try to figure out who might be a serial killer. Read More

Sleep Furiously
Not Yet Rated2008
Based on 8 critics

The filmmaker journeys into a world of endings and beginnings. Read More

The Smurfs
Based on 22 critics

A portal carries little blue people to Manhattan after Gargamel chases them out of their village. Read More

Cowboys & Aliens
Based on 41 critics

An amnesiac gunslinger is a frontier town's only hope against extraterrestrial invaders. Read More

The Future
Based on 28 critics

Lovers give their lives a major overhaul after deciding to adopt a sickly stray cat. Read More

Golf in the Kingdom
Based on 5 critics

A young American en route to India has a wild adventure with golf pro Shivas Irons. Read More