by Inlander Staff Jeepers Creepers2 -- "Jeepers Creepers, where'd you get those... aaaaaaggggghhhh..." Yep, the Creeper is back, and this time he's hoping to eat an entire school bus full of basketball players, coaches and the cheerleading squad. Directed by Victor Salva. Rated: R
*** The Italian Job -- Heist movies are one of the hardest of genre styles to pull off, which is why it's usually scary to hear the announcement of a remake like The Italian Job, requisitioning the contours of a likable 1969 Michael Caine vehicle. But against the odds, The Italian Job is that rare remake that does justice to the modest charms of its predecessor while working in a contemporary style. (RP) Rated: PG-13
** Le Divorce -- This is a shallow, smug waste of a good ironic novel about expatriate life in Paris, and also of Naomi Watt's intelligence. If you like Kate Hudson as a bubblehead, though, she's brighter than the City of Lights in this one. Directed by James Ivory (RP) Rated: PG-13
The Magdalene Sisters -- Reportedly based on a true story, The Magdalene Sisters recounts how, in 1964, four young women are sent to a nearby convent in order to "cleanse themselves of sin." Instead, they are forced to work seven days a week in the convent laundry, and suffer enormous emotional and physical cruelty at the hands of the nuns. Rated: R
**** Winged Migration -- It's OK to refer to this film as being "for the birds," as long as it's done in complimentary fashion. Actually, it's about the birds, and how they manage to find food year-round by taking to the air for unimaginable distances in the spring and fall. The French documentarians have juiced things up by raising some of the birds from hatchlings to get them used to people and camera equipment, but the result is a stunning accomplishment, shot the world over, that's the closest thing to flying itself. At the Met Sept. 3-8. (ES) Rated G
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The new one is smart and funny and action-packed, and it’s bigger and better and sleeker. And Downey does it again, this time ramping up Stark’s arrogant wisecracking, telling anyone who’ll listen (mostly women) that, via the creation of his powerful Iron Man suit, he’s brought years of uninterrupted peace to the world.