Spot The Schmuck: Paul Rudd (right) stars as Tim, an ambitious executive tasked with finding a weirdo to bring to his boss's dinner -- for the high-flying hedge-fund types to mock. Steve Carell plays the oddball in question, a bizarre IRS agent who moonlights as a taxidermist.
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From Russia With Love:Salt's Soviet-era spy paranoia would have seemed desperately outdated just a few months ago; now, luckily for the filmmakers, it's the hot-button issue.
White Out: Director M. Night Shyamalan's adaptation of the Asian-inspired TV series has drawn criticism from fans for the casting of white actors in almost all the lead roles.
He Shoots, He Scores: Tom Cruise stars as a gentlemanly secret agent who's equally adept at delivering compliments and riding motorcycles backward. Cameron Diaz plays his hapless-bystander foil.
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Bear Necessities: In Toy Story 3, new character Lots-o-Huggin' Bear (voiced by Ned Beatty) explains the ropes of Sunnyside Daycare Center to series regulars Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen) and Woody (Tom Hanks).
Lock And Load: Ludicrously named army veterans Face Peck (Bradley Cooper) and Hannibal Smith (Liam Neeson), who comprise half of the four-man A-Team, show off their impressive artillery.
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Rich, Poor -- You Know The Drill: Russell Crowe plays yet another Hollywood variation on Robin Hood, the expert archer who makes it his mission to save a town from their own sheriff.
Beat Down: An awkward teen's initial forays into DIY superherodom are pretty disastrous — but soon enough Dave Lizewski (aka Kick-Ass, played by Aaron Johnson) begins to attract the attention he was hoping for.
Survival Until He's Fit: Newly imprisoned Malik (Tahar Rahim) looks to a veteran gangster for strategies that'll keep him alive. Jacques Audiard's film is a contender for the foreign-language film Oscar.
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