How would the human race collectively react to a biological catastrophe?

Contagion, the latest film from director Steven Soderbergh, asks this question as it follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days, leaving the medical community scrambling to somehow curtail the outbreak.

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Will you be seeing a movie on this holiday weekend? Before you shell out big bucks for tickets, soda and Sour Patch Kids, consider the following advice from our friends at Movie Fanatic.

First up: Apollo 18. The film is meant to explain why America stopped going to the moon after 17 missions. The answer? "Lost" footage from the 18th mission that is downright scary! But is it really? At times.

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Our Idiot Brother is your typical dysfunctional family film, but one that also doubles as a heartwarming comedy. For the most part, Paul Rudd helps pull it off.

As Ned, the only boy in a family full of sisters (Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel and Emily Mortimer), Rudd Shines and the supporting cast is top notch.

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With a quiet brutality and sense of vulnerability, Zoe Saldana establishes herself as a superstar in Colombiana, opening in theaters nationwide tonight.

The Avatar star brings a level of haunting viciousness to the screen, but coupled with a back story that would make anything less seem simply naïve.

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Simply put, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark is the horror film of the summer.

This might not be something you'd expect from Katie Holmes, but director Guillermo del Toro gets the most from this actress in a flick that opens today and is described as a "devilish delight" by our pals at Movie Fanatic.

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If you are looking for vampires who embrace humans and even fall in love with them, Breaking Dawn opens on November 18.

But if you're in the mood for an old fashioned tale about a blood sucker with pure disdain for our kind, purchase a ticket for Fright Night. It hits theaters tomorrow and it sets Colin Ferrell loose as Jerry (yes, Jerry), a vampire who causes nothing but problems for Anton Yelchin's Charley Brewster.

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