This weekend's movies celebrate love. Between Think Like a Man and The Lucky One, romance between humans is celebrated. And animals aren't left out of the picture as Darling Companion heralds our adoration for dogs and two Earth Day documentaries mark our love of the planet.
American Reunion leads the charge of new movies this weekend hoping to knock The Hunger Games off the box office pole position. Also arriving in cinemas this weekend is Damsels in Distress, ATM and Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope.
The weekend is filled with superstars including Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in 21 Jump Street as well as Will Ferrell doing the funny in Spanish in Casa de mi Padre. Nicolas Cage is also back on screen Seeking Justice and Ed Helms and Jason Segel are brothers in Jeff, Who Lives at Home.
There are a slew of great films hitting theaters this weekend including Disney's John Carter and Elizabeth Olsen in Silent House. Also joining them is the comedy Friends with Kids, Eddie Murphy's return in 1,000 Words and Emily Blunt and Ewan McGregor go Salmon Fishing in the Yemen.
The weekend movie preview delights in an animated treasure, a party movie for the ages and a performance by Robert De Niro that is among his best. This weekend's movie delights are Project X, The Lorax and Being Flynn.
Four new films arrive at the nation's movie houses this weekend: Wanderlust, Act of Valor, Gone and Good Deeds. Superstars abound in those films including Jennifer Aniston, Paul Rudd, Amanda Seyfried and Tyler Perry.
This weekend's movies are a varied group starring Liam Neeson, Sam Worthington and Katherine Heigl. Look for The Grey, One for the Money and Man on a Ledge to try to dethrone Underworld Awakening at the box office.

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Comedy Quotes

Nancy B. Artingstall: Do you know what? You play it too safe.
Susan Cooper: Oh maybe you're right. I just... I still, you know, hear my mom's voice... "well-behaved women often make history."
Nancy B. Artingstall: Yes you do know the phrase is, "well-behaved women *seldom* make history."
Susan Cooper: Yeah that's never how she said it.
Nancy B. Artingstall: What were her others, uh...
Susan Cooper: Oh, "just blend in, let somebody else win."
Nancy B. Artingstall: Classic.
Susan Cooper: I got that a lot in high school. And there was, "give up on your dreams, Susan." She used to write that in my lunchbox.

Lloyd: What are the chances of a guy like you and a girl like me... ending up together?
Mary: Well, that's pretty difficult to say.
Lloyd: Hit me with it! I've come a long way to see you, Mary. The least you can do is level with me. What are my chances?
Mary: Not good.
Lloyd: You mean, not good like one out of a hundred?
Mary: I'd say more like one out of a million.
[pause]
Lloyd: So you're telling me there's a chance.