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Brookline's Top Ten Movies: Mar. 12 - 18

The top ten movies rented from Brookline MovieWorks in the last week. What was your favorite flick this week?

Brookline's Top Ten Movies: Mar. 12 - 18

Wondering what's out and what's hot in movies this week? Here are the top ten great flicks Brookline's rented from in the last week.

  1. The Descendants
    Rated: R Starring: George ClooneyShailene WoodleyBeau BridgesJudy GreerAmara Miller
  2. Hugo
    Rated: PG Starring:  Ben KingsleySacha Baron CohenAsa ButterfieldJude LawChristopher Lee
  3. My Week with Marilyn
    Rated: R Starring: Michelle WilliamsEmma WatsonKenneth BranaghDominic CooperEddie Redmayne
  4. J. Edgar
    Rated: R Starring:  Leonardo DiCaprioNaomi WattsArmie HammerJosh LucasDamon Herriman
  5. The Adventures of TinTin
    Rated: PG Starring: Jamie BellDaniel CraigAndy SerkisSimon PeggNick Frost
  6. Melancholia
    Rated: R Starring: Kirsten DunstAlexander SkarsgårdKiefer SutherlandCharlotte GainsbourgJohn Hurt
  7. Young Adult
    Rated: R Starring: Charlize TheronPatton OswaltPatrick WilsonElizabeth Reaser
  8. The Help
    Rated: PG-13 Starring:  Viola DavisBryce Dallas HowardOctavia L. SpencerEmma StoneJessica Chastain
  9. Puss in Boots
    Rated: PG Starring:  Antonio BanderasSalma HayekZach GalifianakisBilly Bob ThorntonAmy Sedaris 
  10. Tower Heist
    Rated: PG-13 Starring:  Ben StillerEddie MurphyCasey AffleckTéa LeoniAlan Alda

New This Week:   Carnage, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Muppets, The Sitter, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, and on Friday: Hop

Staff Pick: " Woody Allen: A Documentary." For anyone who missed its run on PBS, it's a chance to peer inside the makings of his artistic and commercial success across more than four decades. Particularly interesting is the way he was marketed in the 60's to bring him to the masses: walk-ons all over TV-land, including song-and-dance stuff... definitely not his forte.

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