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The box office is very crowded this weekend, as the late-summer/early-fall duldrums are pretty much over.
George Clooney leads everyone out of the gate with "Michael Clayton," a movie about a lawyer who has to clean up the problems of the clients of his big New York law firm. He's sent in to take over a case that has become a disaster for his firm and it forces him to face what he's become.
We have eight video clips plus the movie trailer plus there are photos on the Photo Galleries page for your viewing pleasure.
Not very far behind, and with considerable marketing muscle is the drama "We Own the Night," starring Joaquin Phoenix, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Duvall.
Phoenix plays the manager of a night club in 1980's New York who's trying to keep his distance from the gangster and drug dealer operating out of his club, while his brother (Wahlberg) is a cop that is targeting the dealer for his activities. Duvall is the chief of police and the father of both men.
Check out the Trailers and Videos page for clips from the movie and a Q&A session with Joaquin Phoenix.
Cate Blanchett follows up her performance in "Elizabeth" with the continuation of that story in "Elizabeth: The Golden Age." In this installment, England is being threatened by Spain, and Queen Elizabeth I is working hard not to let that happen, all the while striking up a relationship with Walter Raleigh.
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