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Michael Fassbender stars as a man whose sexual exploits are thrown into chaos by the arrival of his sister, played by Carey Mulligan, who comes to stay with him. Directed by Steve McQueen, opens Dec. 2.

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"Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" Trailer

Tom Cruise's fourth installment of the high-flying spy thriller franchise is now on home video. "MI:4" co-stars Jeremy Renner, Simon Peg and Paula Patton, and is directed by Brad Bird.

"Born to Be Wild"

An 3D IMAX documentary about two women who run orphanages, one for orangutangs, the other for elephants. Opens April 8.
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Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
Tom Cruise, Paula Patton, Jeremy Renner and Simon Pegg star in this white-knuckle effort to save the planet, in a movie so good it made this franchise relevant again. Read our review and watch the trailer

Shame
Michael Fassbender gave one of 2011's best performances in this film about a sex-addicted yuppie whose life goes spiraling out of control when an unannounced visit from his sister, played by Carey Mulligan, upsets his routine. Read our review and watch the trailer

The Divide
Rosanna Arquette, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia and Courtney B. Vance are among the survivors who take shelter in their apartment building's basement after New York City is rocked by nuclear explosions. Watch the trailer

Born to Be Wild
A documentary about two women who run orphanages, one for orangutans, the other for elephants. Watch the trailer

Farmageddon
This documentary focuses on small family farms forced out of business by government bureaucracies. Watch the trailer

7 Below
Val Kilmer and Ving Rhames star in this horror film about a couple of travelers forced to spend the night in a haunted house. Watch the trailer

Abbott & Costello's Buck Privates Collector's Series
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello enlist in the army, plunging our armed services into even more chaos. Watch a clip

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