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by INLANDER STAFF & r & & r & LITTLE RED TRUCK & r & & r & A documentary about a little red truck full of theater volunteers that drives from town to town, casting, building sets and staging a play in six days with nothing but local children. (LB) Rated PG





MAX PAYNE


You know videogame adaptations are hitting their stride when a studio is able to book Mark Wahlberg in the title role of a noir shooter about a cop who comes home from his beat to find his wife and daughter murdered by drug dealers. An odd twist is that the film seems to have Max fighting demons, or at least winged creatures, something the videogame never tackled. Fanboys are pissed about the rating undermining the ultraviolence of the game. (LB) Rated PG-13





THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES


Queen Latifah and Dakota Fanning star in the film about a family of African-American sisters with a bee farm in the '60s who help an orphaned white girl with nowhere else to turn. Then, of course, the white neighbors catch wind. (LB) Rated PG-13





SEX DRIVE


A loser with a crappy job who has never had a girlfriend starts a cyber-relationship with a hot girl by telling her he's a college football player or something. Then he steals his brother's GTO to drive cross-country to meet her. Seth Green is involved. Write your own joke here. (LB) Rated R





W.


What happens when Oliver Stone runs out of interesting (or train-wreck) Presidents to make movies about, is he going to move to boring ones? Oliver Stone's Polk? This one's pretty obvious, Josh Brolin as the teenager-in-chief as he breezes through life and the most powerful, important office in the world. All storylines we've heard before, but with Stone's trademark dramatizing. (LB) Rated PG-13

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