We've got an action remake with a body count for the ages, a horror remake that actually gets it right, and a romance that spans across decades just to balance things out. As if that weren't enough, you've even got a scratch-n-sniff movie to look forward to.

Definitely one of the more unusual weekend lineups we've had as of late, but go ahead and click through to see the lengthy list of what's looking good at the theater this weekend.
One Day
PG-132011
Based on 41 critics

For two decades, two friends (Anne Hathaway, Jim Sturgess) reunite on July 15 each year. Read More

Griff the Invisible
PG-132010
Based on 14 critics

A mild-mannered office worker (Ryan Kwanten) imagines that he is a superhero. Read More

Amigo
R2010
Based on 22 critics

A Filipino villager struggles to maintain peaceful relations with American occupiers. Read More

Flypaper
Not Yet Rated2011
Based on 10 critics

A man tries to protect a bank teller after two groups rob her bank at the same time. Read More

Fright Night
R2011
Based on 30 critics

A teenager (Anton Yelchin) discovers that his new neighbor (Colin Farrell) is a vampire. Read More

Conan the Barbarian
R2011
Based on 29 critics

A quest for revenge by a Cimmerian warrior (Jason Momoa) turns into an epic battle against evil. Read More

The Last Circus
R2010
Based on 14 critics

A Spanish clown (Carlos Areces) falls in love with the abused wife of a cruel rival. Read More

Programming the Nation?
Not Yet Rated2011
Based on 10 critics

The filmmaker spotlights purported uses, influences and effects of subliminal content in media. Read More

5 Days of War
R2011
Based on 14 critics

A journalist, a cameraman and a Georgian are caught in the crossfire between her nation and Russia. Read More