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This Week's New Movies: "30 Minutes or Less", "The Help", "Glee" & More

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    Pizza drivers, race car drivers, the South in the '60s, kids cheating death, your favorite cover band, an artist at work, the first 3D porno, Japanese tourists visiting an internment camp and a Hindi political drama are here for your viewing pleasure....

    30 Minutes or Less
    Jesse Eisenberg stars as a pizza delivery driver who is kidnapped by two guys who strap a bomb-vest to him and tell him if her doesn;t rob a bank they'll blow him up. Co-stars Aziz Ansari, Danny McBride and Nick Swardson. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

    The Help
    (on Wed.)
    Emma Stone stars as a young woman in the South who befriends two black maids and encourages them to write about their lives and the indignities they suffer at the hands of their employers. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer
     
    Final Destination 5
    A bunch of attractive teens cheat death, and the only way to placate the Grim Reaper is if they each kill someone in their stead--in 3D and IMAX. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer
     
    Glee The 3D Concert Movie
    The stars of the hit show take the stage to sing their favorite cover songs in 3D. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

    Senna
    A documentary about the amazing rise and fall of Ayrton Senna, on of the greatest Formula One driver's of all time. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer

    Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow (on Wed.)
    A documentary that chronicles the artistic process of German Anselm Kiefer, as he creates works at his estate in Southern France . In limited in release, watch clips

    Sex and Zen 3D: Extreme Ecstasy
    An erotic drama set during the Ming Dynasty, a sequel to the popular film based on "The Carnal Prayer Mat." In limited in release, watch the safe-for-work trailer

    Littlerock
    The story of a pair of Japanese tourists who go to California to visit the site of the internment camp where their grandfather was held, and find themselves stranded in a small town. In limited in release, watch the trailer

    Aarakshan (Reservation)
    A Hindi drama that tackles the caste system's effects on government and educational intuitions. In limited in release, watch the trailer

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