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Jason Wallis A look at 10 upcoming films that have promise

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, November 4, 2011 8:11 am

“In Time.” “The Three Musketeers.” “Footloose.” “Johnny English Reborn.” These are among the films now playing in multiplexes across the country. I find this roster to be strange and unsettling, as I have apparently been laboring under the misapprehension that we were supposed to be smack-dab in the middle of awards season. Silly me.

It seems that true prestige pictures are in short supply this season, and I don’t know about you, but the constant barrage of second- and third-rate wide releases is really taking a toll on my movie-going spirit. And unfortunately, the holiday movie schedule for the next couple months doesn’t promise much relief — 2011 may well end up as one of the most lackluster years in recent memory, which is quite a startling feat considering the steady decline of Hollywood’s output these past few years.

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