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Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including Where the Wild Things Are, Law Abiding Citizen and The Stepfather.

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Steve Lopez (Robert Downey Jr.) is a staff reporter for the Los Angeles Times, writing up life experiences. When he meets Nathaniel Ayers (Jamie Foxx), a schizophrenic, homeless, former Julliard musician, he finds a story that actually changes his life.

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At this point we can’t even wrap our minds around the concept of not being excited about Spike Jonze’s adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are. Therefore, we are super jazzed over these new photos.

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Kevin Carr looks at the slate of films in theaters this week with the FSR Report Card.

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Overall, this movie is something to envy of our friends in the major markets, to hope gets a wider release, and to impatiently wait for until the DVD comes out.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman and Charlie Kaufman on Synecdoche, New York

When you think about Charlie Kaufman, you aren’t going to be thinking about movies that are simple, or easy to understand when taken at face value. But for those paying attention to his work, they know that it is often brilliant.

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Steve Coogan, rockin

I can’t think of a movie in recent history that has the same feel and attitude, or even remotely the same story. It’s creative and it’s unique. You don’t find that sort of thing at the movies nowadays.

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Catherine Keener and Steve Coogan in Hamlet 2

Writer Pam Brady and director Andrew Fleming assured me they were drunk during the entire writing process. So why not enjoy their movie in the same state of mind?

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Steve Coogan and Elizabeth Shue in Hamlet 2

Every theater teacher I have ever met has been, to say the least, just a little off. So when you think about it, the premise behind the film Hamlet 2 is not only relatable, it is also possibly brilliant.

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Steve Coogan stars as a high school drama teacher that just doesn’t get “it”…

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