3:10 TO YUMA 4 stars (R) See review.
THE BROTHERS SOLOMON (R) The socially awkward brothers John (Will Arnett) and Dean Solomon (Will Forte) stop at nothing to fulfill their father's dying wish for grandchildren in Bob Odenkirk's comedy.
HATCHET (R) From writer/director Adam Green comes a horror movie about tourists on a New Orleans haunted swamp tour that ends in bloodshed.
THE KING OF KONG: A FISTFUL OF QUARTERS (PG-13) Seth Gordon's documentary chronicles the rising and falling of scoring records on classic arcade game Donkey Kong as two men, "Gamer of the Century" Billy Mitchell and family man and teacher Steve Wiebe, battle for the 2007 Guinness World Record.
MOLIÈRE 3 stars See review.
SHOOT 'EM UP Clive Owen (Children of Men) must fight to protect himself and the newborn child he just delivered from the gunmen trying to kill them.
THE BUFFY MUSICAL (NR) Sarah Michelle Gellar and the rest of her vampire-hunting gang sing songs and dance dances as they battle gouls. $12. 10 p.m., midnight. Sat., Sept. 8. Plaza Theatre, 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave. 404-873-1939. www.plazaatlanta.com.
THE FISH FALL IN LOVE A romance framed by food, directed by Ali Raffi. Iranian Film Today Festival $4-$5. Fri., Sept. 7. High Museum, Rich Theatre, 1280 Peachtree St. 404-733-4444. www.high.org.
THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) (R) The cult classic of cult classics, the musical horror spoof follows an all-American couple (Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick) to the castle of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a drag queen/mad scientist from another galaxy. It's all fun and games until Meat Loaf gets killed. Dress as your favorite character and participate in this musical on acid. Midnight Fri. at Lefont Plaza Theatre and Sat. at Peachtree Cinema & Games, Norcross.
THE 11TH HOUR (PG) Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Leila Conners Petersen and Nadia Conners, The 11th Hour explores solutions to the problem of global warming and warns that humans must take action soon to save the planet.
BALLS OF FURY (PG-13) In the high-stakes underground world of pingpong, a former professional pingpong phenom (Dan Fogler) is the government's only hope of bringing down the tournament organizer in Robert Ben Garant's comedy.
BECOMING JANE 3 stars (PG) Though it employs the familiar touches of a Jane Austen original, Becoming Jane never fully becomes the kind of Austen piece we know and love. In a pleasant, improbable manner, a feisty Jane (the porcelain Anne Hathaway) and her conflicted, Darcy-esque love interest (James McAvoy) dutifully deliver the expected wry banter and repressed affection to convince us of their love, yet the film's oddly somber tone, which lingers like English rain, hinders any chance of doing justice to Austen's own bright mastery of wit.-- Allison C. Keene
BLAME IT ON FIDEL (NR) Told from the point of view of 9-year-old Anna, documentary filmmaker Julie Gavras' fiction debut shows how children suffer when parents take political sensibilities too far.
THE BOURNE ULTIMATUM 3 stars (PG-13) In the third Bourne movie, amnesiac super-spy Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) crosses the globe to reclaim his memory and outwit his former CIA spy masters (including David Strathairn). Paul Greengrass also directed the trilogy's previous entry and again masterfully employs shaky camera work and soundtrack percussion to raise the audience's pulse rate; he could make doing laundry unbearably exciting. Nevertheless, given the identical plots (and impassive acting from Julia Stiles) in all three, it's no wonder Bourne can't remember anything. -- Curt Holman
BRATZ (PG) With characters based on the popular dolls, Sean McNamara's comedy chronicles the trials of four teenage girls who share an enduring friendship.
COLMA: THE MUSICAL 4 stars (NR) Three recent high school graduates (Jake Moreno, L.A. Renigen, and scripter/lyricist/composer H.P. Mendoza) long to escape their sleepy hometown of Colma, Calif., in this exuberant indie musical. The thin plot and self-involved, unlikable characters prevent Colma from becoming a cult classic, but Mendoza and director Richard Wong clearly have enough ideas and talent to support the idea that the future of the movie musical may be at the art house, not the cineplex. -- Holman
DEATH AT A FUNERAL 2 stars (R) This calculated British farce milks a strained brand of comedy from the solemn occasion of a death, where disclosures of homosexuality (a less shocking revelation in 2007 than the filmmaker seems to think), midgets and accidental murder show director Frank Oz's effort in keeping the plot moving. -- Feaster
DEATH SENTENCE (R) Kevin Bacon stars in James Wan's action drama about a father sworn to kill each member of the gang that murdered his son.
EL CANTANTE (R) Spanning roughly 30 years, Leon Ichaso's biopic drama chronicles the rise of the Puerto Rican salsa singer Hector Lavoy and stars Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez.
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