We're not really sure why, but Labor Day weekend has always been somewhat of a dud for us moviegoers. So, for the sake of tradition, we have but three new wide releases to choose to celebrate the kids heading back to school. Then again, if spy thrillers, indies and PG-13 horror movies are your idea of a perfect three-day weekend, then this is going to be the best Labor Day ever.

Either way, click here's what's looking good and what you should skip at the theater this Friday:
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame
Based on 23 critics

China's future empress releases an imprisoned detective to solve the fiery deaths of two courtiers. Read More

Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles
Not Yet Rated2011
Based on 11 critics

A man tries to decifer cryptic messages left on tiles on streets across the U.S. and South America. Read More

A Good Old Fashioned Orgy
Based on 26 critics

Friends plan the ultimate orgy to mark the sale of their summer playground in the Hamptons. Read More

In Theaters on September 2nd, 2011

A nurse (Natalie Zea) experiences the memories of a stabbing victim. Read More

The Debt
Based on 37 critics

A former Mossad agent must investigate the reappearance of a Nazi war criminal she thought was dead. Read More

Love Exposure
Not Yet Rated2008
Based on 5 critics

A panty photographer meets a young woman who becomes his Virgin Mary. Read More

Apollo 18
Based on 19 critics

Lost footage from a secret mission to the moon reveals a terrifying alien encounter. Read More

Seven Days in Utopia
Based on 23 critics

After a public disgrace, a young golfer comes under the tutelage of a wise old rancher. Read More

Saving Private Perez
Based on 4 critics

A drug lord (Miguel Rodarte) and his team of commandos invade Iraq to rescue his brother. Read More