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John Cusack is headlining a movie this weekend, but the real news is Denzel Washington's "American Gangster" and Jerry Seinfeld's animated "Bee Movie." There was a time when Cusack could have held his own against a TV comic, but after a few too many forgettable performances in some forgettable movies, I guess his career will have to wait a little while longer to restart itself.
The big movie of the weekend is entirely a matter of your perspective. If you have kids and they want to see a movie, watching Seinfeld's animated movie about the world according to bees is going to be much more your style than if you're the type that's looking for Denzel Washington to ooze coolness on the big screen, all while cutting down his competition without much remorse or effort.
If you're looking for something more serious, and you happen to live in New York or Los Angeles, you can catch Don Cheadle's performance in "Darfur Now," which is about the events unfolding in Darfur, Sudan. It will be opening wider next week, so don't book that flight just yet...
You can see the full list of new movies this week on our New Movies page by clicking the Read link below!
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