This week at the movies, studios are starting to throw out a little Oscar bait, moviegoers are once again "Finding Nemo," and Milla Jovovich is kicking some butt again, this time in 3D, in "Resident Evil: Retribution."
The umbrella organization's deadly T-virus continues to ravage the earth turning the population into the flesh eating undead.
As Alice continues to hunt down those responsible, a mind blowing revelation will force her to rethink everything she once knew.
The Reel Deal: No advance screening for critics and we all know what that means. So unless you're a 22 year old boy/man whose only dates are with his laptop, most likely the only retribution is on you. I'm out.
Nemo, Marlin, Dori and the whole gang are swimming back into theaters in "Finding Nemo" 3D.
Everybody knows the hit Disney-Pixar movie-a timid clown fish travels across the ocean to find his son who was fish-napped and taken to live in an aquarium.
The Reel Deal: Is it worth the money to see the exact same movie except this time in eye popping 3D? Of course that's up to you, but I think it is. A great family film that was already amazing looking is just stunning. I'm in.
Speaking of fish, here comes your Oscar bait.
In limited release, Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams, and Laura Dern, star in Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" and Tim Roth, Susan Sarandon and Richard Gere star in the financial drama, "Arbitrage."
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