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Flick it: 'Love Happens,' 'Jennifer's Body,' 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs,' 'The Informant!'

Love Happens Apparently someone out there wanted to see a movie where Aaron Eckhart falls in love with Jennifer Aniston, because here comes "Love Happens" which follows the rocky romance between a businessman (Eckhart) and a flower-shop owner (An...

Love Happens

Apparently someone out there wanted to see a movie where Aaron Eckhart falls in love with Jennifer Aniston, because here comes "Love Happens" which follows the rocky romance between a businessman (Eckhart) and a flower-shop owner (Aniston). Martin Sheen and Dan Fogler co-stars. 1 hr. 49 mins.

Jennifer's Body

Current It Girl Megan Fox scores her first post-"Transformers" star turn in this deliberately campy horror comedy, written by Diablo "Juno" Cody and directed by Karyn "Girlfight" Kusama. Fox plays Jennifer, a small-town hottie that knows how to keep the male population at her high school hot and bothered. Mama Mia's Amanda Seyfried co-stars as Jennifer's plain-Jane best friend who starts to suspect her buddy may be a literal maneater. 1 hr. 42 mins.

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

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The beloved children's book is turned into an animated feature film with an all-star vocal cast that includes Bill Hader, Anna Faris, James Caan and Andy Samberg. 1 hr. 21 mins.

The Informant!

Steven Soderbergh reteams with his Ocean's 11, 12 and 13 cohort Matt Damon for a comic take on the tale of a real-life whistle blower Mark Whitacre, a former corporate drone who aided the FBI in their investigation into his company. As usual, Soderbergh recruits an eccentric ensemble including Scott Bakula, Melanie Lynskie and comedian Patton Oswalt.

1 hr. 48 mins.

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