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We know what we’re studying for: “Easy A,” a movie that looks like the 2010 answer to “Mean Girls” and marks “Superbad” and “Zombieland” star Emma Stone’s long-deserved coming-out party. Fingers crossed that it’s as fetch as it appears.

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Also out this weekend:

“The Town,” a Serious Movie directed by and starring Ben Affleck, which we’d be much more excited about if Don Draper Jon Hamm was on the poster in a skinny tie. That said, Rotten Tomatoes gives it a hard-to-deny 93%.

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“Catfish,” a docu-thriller on online dating gone awry given a favorable nod by our critic.

“Devil,” an elevator-based horror movie based on a story by M. Night Shyamalan that we’d definitely go see if Mark Wahlberg reprised his “The Happening” role.


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