This Week’s New Movies: “Nanny McPhee Returns to Battle “Piranha” and “Vampires”

A magical nanny, a swarm of flesh-hungry fish, satirical vampires, the old semen switcheroo... what a weekend!

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1/11
Nanny McPhee Returns
Maggie Gyllenhaal stars as a woman struggling to care for five children and her family's farm while her husband is off fighting the Nazis. Luckily a mysterious stranger appears at her door to help save the day. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer
2/11
<b The Switch
Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston star in the year's third turkey baster comedy, about a a guy can't find the courage to tell his best friend he loves her, but in a drunken stupor manages to substitute his won semen for that of her donor's. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer
3/11
Piranha 3D
Elisabeth Shue, Jerry O'Connell, Adam Scott and Ving Rhames lead an all b-list cast in this tongue-in -cheek flesh-hungry fish horror film. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer
4/11
Lottery Ticket
Bow Wow and Ice Cube star in this comedy about a young man with a lottery ticket worth $370 million, who must survive three days in the projects with word spreading about his windfall. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer
5/11
Vampires Suck
Ken Jeong (Senor Chang from Community) continues to cash in on his 15 minutes as the biggest star in this "throw it in a blender" spoof on vampire films. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer
6/11
Soul Kitchen
From writer-director Fatih Akin (Head On) comes this more lighthearted film about a guy who decides to leave his restaurant in the hands of his ex-con brother to follow his girlfriend to China. Opening in New York, read our review and watch the trailer
7/11
The Tillman Story
A documentary about the tragic death by friendly fire of Cpl. Pat Tillman and the U.S. Military's attempts to cover up the truth. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer
8/11
Mao's Last Dancer
Directed by Bruce Beresford (Tender Mercies) and based on the autobiography by Li Cunxin, who left China during Mao's cultural Revolution to join the Houston ballet, ultimately touching off an international incident. In limited release, read our review and watch the trailer
9/11
Down Terrace
A comedy about a family of criminals trying to sniff out the rat in their midst before it's too late. In limited release, watch the trailer
10/11
What If...
Kevin "Hercules" Sorbo stars as a wealthy businessman and John "Cliff Clavin" Ratzenberg as the angel who helps him learn about what's really important in life. In limited release, watch the trailer
11/11
Middle Men
Luke Wilson stars as Jack Harris, the man who helped launch the Internet porn boom in the 1990s, only to find himself caught in a web of pornographers, Russian mobsters and the FBI.Expanding into new markets, read our review and watch the trailer
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