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- I Know Who Killed Me 
- No Reservations 
- The Simpsons Movie 
- Who's Your Caddy? 
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Catherine Zeta-Jones is headlining the date movie choice of the week in "No Reservations." She plays an uptight chef that is suddenly put in charge of her young niece and must deal with a new and charming chef at work, played by Aaron Eckhart. Tearjerking and romantic moments are pretty much a given.
While Lindsay Lohan found a rather odd way to get her name in the news at the same time as her new movie, she is starring in "I Know Who Killed Me," as a young woman who is thought to be the latest victim of a serial killer, only to show up on a deserted road with a life story that is completely different than reality. If only Lohan's life were not the car-wreck reality that it seems to be...
Bringing up the rear is a rip off of "Caddyshack" called "Who's Your Caddy?" starring Big Boi (?) and Jeffrey Jones (the principal from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"). Early reports are to avoid it at all costs, but if you go anyway, please be sure to write a Reader Review so the rest of us can benefit from your bravery!
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