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WANDERLUST. Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston play a Manhattan couple who join a free-love commune in this comedy from director David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer). R. 98m. At the Broadway, Mill Creek and Fortuna.

GONE. Bug-eyed beauty Amanda Seyfried sets out to save her sister from the serial killer who abducted her two years ago. PG13. 94m. At the Broadway and Mill Creek.

ACT OF VALOR. Real-life active-duty Navy SEALs star as real-life active-duty Navy SEALs in this fictionalized account of real-life Navy SEALs on active duty. Pulse-pounding Pentagon propaganda. R. 101m. At the Broadway, Mill Creek and Fortuna.

GOOD DEEDS. Hollywood outsider Tyler Perry writes, directs and stars as Wesley Deeds, a wealthy businessman jolted out of his First World ennui when he meets a cleaning lady in his building. PG13. 111m. At the Broadway.

ALBERT NOBBS. Glenn Close's passion project centers on a woman (Close) who dresses as a man to gain employment as a butler in 19th century Dublin, Ireland. R. 113m. At the Minor.

At this point, The Arcata Theatre Lounge should probably just leave The Big Lebowski on its marquee and play it on a loop whenever nothing else is going on. Then The Dude would truly abide, am I right? For now you'll have to show up Friday at 8 p.m. The following evening, whimsical, matchmaking French ingénue Amélie (2001) brings her wide eyes to the ATL. Then 8 p.m. Sunday gets family friendly with Robin Williams in Jumanji (1995), 6 p.m. And next Wednesday's Sci-Fi Pint and Pizza Night will transport you back to the 1960s via The Time Machine (1960) and Journey to the Center of Time (1967). 6-10 p.m.

On Friday, the Mateel Community Center will screen *Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone*, a "behind the music"-style documentary about the pioneering, under-appreciated punk/funk band. 7:30 p.m.

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