Do you like ninjas and talking animals? Or do you prefer Zac Efron and Viggo Mortensen? Oh, or maybe you're into old guys like John Travolta, because who isn't, right? Well, then this is the weekend for you.
Obviously, a certain vampire movie still looms large over the megaplex, but there's a ton of new stuff in theaters, none featuring the sparkly undead.
Here's our handy rundown of what's out, and what's good:
Korean pop star Rain stars, but unless you're a huge fan and need see him shirtless and covered in blood, skip this CGI-splattered mess. Shoulda been a video game.
Fantastic Mr. Fox
Director Wes Anderson (Rushmore, some stuff that's not as good as Rushmore), George Clooney, Meryl Streep and Bill Murray turn Roald Dahl's book into a stop-motion feature that's weird and fantastic. Goes wide this week.
This postapocalyptic Viggo-and-son road trip is so true to the (grim and great) Cormac McCarthy novel, you might wish the world had ended.
Me and Orson Welles
Zac Efron proves he's kinda leading man material in a quirky true-life romance from director Richard Linklater.
The Princess and the Frog
It's open in a (lucky) few cities now, and goes wide Dec. 11. And gotta say, this return to old-fashioned 2-D Disney animation and fairy tales will be a classic by the time you finish reading this sentence.
Also, plenty of flicks still in theaters and worth checking out:
Twilight Saga: New Moon
It's either terrible or pretty OK or even genius, depending on how much Cullen Kool-Aid you drank.
For real, it's everything Oprah says it is.
Oh, and almost forgot:
So what's it gonna be?
Cruise the megaplex in our Totally New Releases gallery.