Feel like you’ve seen the trailer for “That Awkward Moment” so many times that you’ve basically already seen the movie? Well, it’s finally being released this week, along with the Kate Winslet-Josh Brolin film “Labor Day.” Check out what else is coming to theaters this Friday.
Starring: Andy Garcia, Vera Farmiga, Taissa Farmiga
Plot: In this romantic comedy, Vera Farmiga and Andy Garcia team up to play two strangers who fall for each other after they meet while escorting their children to college.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: This filmed opened this year’s Boston Film Festival.
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Starring: Desiree Hall, Samantha Colburn, Eddie Ritchard
Plot: The film centers around Claire, who is getting married, and her friends who accompany her on a wild Las Vegas bachelorette party.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: From the filmmakers who brought you “Paranormal Activity” comes a comedy that basically is “Girls Gone Wild” meets “The Hangover,” so watch out — this one is wild.
Starring: Gia Mantegna, Devon Werkheiser, Spencer Daniels, Rachel Seiferth, Claudia Christian, Chad Lowe
Plot: Chloe is the new girl in town, who leads her fellow Malibu friends into a world of drugs and bad behavior.
Starring: Josh Brolin, Kate Winslet, Gattlin Griffith
Plot: This made in Massachusetts film stars Josh Brolin and Kate Winslet and centers around a 13-year-old boy and his mother, who befriend an escaped convict.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: This film has been making its way around the festival circuit and did we mention is was filmed in Massachusetts? Specifically, it was shot in Sutton, Shelburne, Acton, Mansfield, Natick, Medfield, and Medway.
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Starring: Zac Efron, Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller
Plot: Three best friends explore that confusing “moment” in every relationship when you have to ask “Where is this going?”
Starring: Tim Jenison
Plot: The film centers around Tim Jenison, a Texas-based inventor, who is exploring how 17th century Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer painted so photo-realistic paintings.
Buzz/Tomato-meter: This film is directed by Teller from Penn & Teller.