THR Reviews 'X-Men: First Class,' 'Beginners,' 'Love Wedding Marriage,' More

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Wondering which film to go see this weekend? Check out what THR's critics say about the movies opening Friday.

Moviegoers have several options to choose from this weekend.

On Friday, the X-Men are back in the prequel X-Men: First Class, this time starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence and January Jones.
 
Meanwhile, Christopher Plummer and Ewan McGregor star as father and son in the Mike Mills-directed film Beginners. 
 
Mandy Moore and Kellan Lutz star in Dermot Mulroney's directorial debut, Love Wedding Marriage, a romantic comedy about a psychologist who tries to save her parents' marriage.
 
See what The Hollywood Reporter's critics have to say about those films -- and others opening this weekend -- and find out how they're expected to perform at the weekend box office.
 
X-Men: First Class
Bottom Line: A first-class production that excitingly reenergizes a flagging franchise.
Click here to read THR's review.
 
Beginners
Bottom Line: A smart screenplay and captivating visual devices deliver genuine emotions in "Beginners." 
Click here to read THR's review.
 
Beautiful Boy
Bottom Line: Despite the  bouts of finger-pointing and self-blame, the faint suggestion remains that the tragedy still could end up bringing them closer together.
Click here to read THR's review.
 
Film Socialisme
Bottom Line: Like most of Jean-Luc Godard's other essay films, is all over the place and (purposely) impossible to follow.
Click here to read THR's review.
 
Love Wedding Marriage
Bottom Line: An annulment is in order.
Click here to read THR's review.
 
Rejoice and Shout
Bottom Line: A splendid if exhausting journey through the history of gospel music reaching back nearly two centuries.
Click here to read THR's review.
 
Submarine
Bottom Line: It's clever stuff and very funny.
Click here to read THR's review.
 
!Women Art Revolution
Bottom Line: Rich portrait of the Feminist Art Movement. 
Click here to read THR's review.
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