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This Week's New Movies: "Unknown," "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" and "I Am Number Four"

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This Week's New Movies: "Unknown," "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" and "I Am Number Four"

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From James Frey's Franchise Machine Comes "I Am Number Four" Trailer

Based on a novel from James Frey's "fiction factory," the story of a young teen on the run from alien assassins who tries to hide out on Earth. Stars Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer and Dianna Agron.

"Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son"

Martin Lawrence returns for yet another heaping helping of obese-drag comedy, this time bringing along Brandon T. Jackson for the ride.
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A skinny comedian dressed as a fat woman, a teenage hunk from outer-space, the worst case ever of identity theft, a film from the WWF, a couple docs and some low-budget indies are on offer this week...

"Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son"
Martin Lawrence is back as cop Malcolm Turner and donning the fat drag, this time dressing up his stepson, Trent (Brandon T. Jackson), and heading off to a girls' school to hide him after he witnesses a murder. The two must resist the temptation of young women and the advances of men. In theaters everywhere, watch the trailer

"I Am Number Four"
Rising star Alex Pettyfer plays John Smith, aka "Number Four," an alien who takes on the guise of a human teenager to hide from the baddies who want to wipe out his entire race. Co-stars Timothy Oliphant and Dianna Agron. In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

"Unknown"
Liam Neeson stars as Dr. Martin Harris, who awakens from a coma to find that another man (Aidan Quinn) has assumed his identity, and not even his wife (January Jones) believes him. Now the only person who can help figure out what's happened is the woman who put him in the hospital (Diane Kruger). In theaters everywhere, read our review and watch the trailer

"The Chaperone"
Ray (WWF star Triple H, aka Paul Levesque) is fresh out of prison and eager to reconnect with his young daughter, Sally (Arieal Winter of "Modern Family"). When he ditches his old bank-robbing crew to chaperone his daughter's field trip, things get wacky. In limited in release, watch the trailer

"I Am"
Tom Shadyac made millions as the director of films like "Bruce Almighty," "The Nutty Professor" and "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective." Then he had a near-death experience and decided to ask some of the smartest people he could find what exactly is wrong with our world and what we can do about it. In limited in release, watch the trailer

"Immigration Tango"
In need of green cards so they can stay together, Elena (Erika Portnoy) and Carlos (Carlos Leon) swap partners with Americans Betty (Ashley Wolfe) and Mike (McCaleb Burnett) and everyone gets married. Hilarity ensues. In limited in release, watch the trailer

"The Last Lions"
Narrated by Jeremy Irons, this documentary from National Geographic follows a lioness as she fights for the survival of her cubs. In limited in release, watch the trailer

"Now & Later"
A banker on the run (James Wortham) is taken in by an illegal alien (Shari Solanis) living in LA, and soon the two begin in engaging in passionate sex and conversations that make him reconsider his world view. In limited in release, watch the trailer

"Putty Hill"
Friends and family gather in a karaoke bar on the outskirts of Baltimore to remember a recently deceased teenage boy and try to piece together his final days. In limited release, watch the trailer

"Vanishing on 7th Street"
From director Brad Anderson ("Session 9") comes this post-apocalyptic tale starring Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo. In limited release, watch the trailer

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