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question of the day: What movie are you most looking forward to in March?

As of this writing, 11 movies will open wide in North America in the month of March. Which means that even if you’re an active moviegoer and see a movie each week, you’ve still gotta pick and choose (and it’s even worse if you’re in a city on the arthouse circuit, but let’s not make this too complicated).

After a jump, a list of those 11 movies to whet your appetite, or not, as the case may be:
March 5
Alice in Wonderland (trailer) (opens in the U.K. on the same day)
Brooklyn’s Finest (trailer) (no U.K. release date has been announced)

March 12
Green Zone (trailer) (opens in the U.K. on the same day)
Our Family Wedding (trailer) (no U.K. has been announced)
Remember Me (trailer) (opens in the U.K. on April 2)
She’s Out of My League (opens in the U.K. on the same day)

March 19
The Bounty Hunter (opens in the U.K. on April 16)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid (no U.K. release date has been announced)
Repo Men (trailer) (no U.K. release date has been announced)

March 26
Hot Tub Time Machine (trailer) (no U.K. release date has been announced)
How to Train Your Dragon (trailer) (opens in the U.K. on March 31)

Which of these movies are you most looking forward to in March?

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  • RyanT

    I’ll probably end up seeing Alice in Wonderland though not sure if I’ll see it in 3D. The characters already freak me out in the commercials. I’d probably have nightmares if they were also in 3D.

    Green Zone looks promising so maybe I’ll check that out as well, but most likely I’ll wait for it on Netflix.

  • Rob

    I’m excited and kind of nervous about Alice, and am just plain excited about Hot Tub Time Machine.

  • Bluejay

    Huh! I didn’t know they made Diary of a Wimpy Kid into a movie. Our daughter liked the books.

    And I’m curious about How to Train Your Dragon, although I’m tired of period or fantasy films where all the characters talk like snarky 21st-century Americans.

    Tim Burton’s movies are always so… Tim Burton-y. I find it’s the kind of visual sensibility I have to be in the mood for; I guess I’ll see if I’m in the mood for Alice

  • Lisa

    Green Zone or Hot Tub (cos I love Cusack)

    I haven’t seen Solomen Kane yet either.

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