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- Dead Silence 
- I Think I Love My Wife 
- The Lake House 
- The Last Mimzy 
- Premonition 
- Reign Over Me 
- 300 
- Wild Hogs 
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Last June, Sandra Bullock had a mysterious problem with time in "The Lake House" that resulted in her falling in love with a man that lived in her house at another time. This time around, in "Premonition," her time journey results in her husband being killed in an accident that hasn't happened yet.
The other major releases this weekend are Chris Rock's comedy "I Think I Love My Wife" and the horror movie "Dead Silence." Of the two, the former sounds the most interesting, but it suffers from the same problem that I have with movies that star a person that I'm not sure that I'd want to watch for a full-length movie. Chris Rock has been funny in supporting roles in movies like "The Longest Yard" and "Lethal Weapon 4," but I didn't see "Head of State" because I didn't want to sit through him yelling at me through the entire movie. "Madagascar" was bad enough!
None of that will probably matter, though, since last week's "300" pound gorilla will most likely dominate the box office once again. Top it off with what will also likely be a strong showing for "Wild Hogs" and Bullock and Rock will need to quibble over the lower spots on the box office ladder.
Next week, the studios begin warming up their release engines, and you'll see no less than six major releases, starting with "The Last Mimzy" (which has another sneak this Sunday) and ending with that other favorite comedian of mine, Adam Sandler.
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