Magic or attempted murder? That's your call in this weekend's incredible movie preview!

All right, enough with the puns. There are two very different movies hitting theaters nationwide this weekend. "The Call" stars Abigail Breslin as a cell phone-toting teenage abductee taken for a grisly road trip in the trunk of a serial killer's car, and Halle Berry is the 911 operator who takes her call. The twist? Berry's character is all too familiar with this particular killer's MO, and she'll stop at nothing to track him down and save the girl. This one's a solid "R" folks.

In "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone," Steve Carell plays a washed up Las Vegas magician who needs to get more butts in the seats at his show or he'll end up overly tan and retired in a cozy Vegas suburb far before his time. Jim Carrey plays his fiercest competition: a Criss Angel-type who's freak-show style of street magic is stealing Wonderstone's thunder. Steve Buscemi and Olivia Wilde also star.

So what'll it be? Watch the preview above and let us help you decide. "The Call" and "The Incredibly Burt Wonderstone" open nationwide today.

You can also catch star-crossed, sci-fi romance "Upside Down," starring Jim Sturgess and Kirsten Dunst, or bikini-heavy heist flick "Spring Breakers," starring James Franco, Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez, and Ashley Benson, in limited release today.
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone
Based on 35 critics

A slick new performer threatens the status of a popular Las Vegas act by two longtime magicians. Read More

The Call
Based on 23 critics

An operator (Halle Berry) in an emergency call center must save a teen from a deranged killer. Read More

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