The Projector: Opening this weekend at the movies 

More Than a Game—Hailed as the “chosen one,” LeBron James rocketed to basketball superstardom straight out of high school. More Than a Game documents James and four of his teenage teammates—Dru Joyce III, Romeo Travis, Sian Cotton and Willie McGeeon—on their long journey, which peaks at the national high school basketball championships. (PG) Flicks

A Serious Man—The Coen Brothers once again present an ordinary person struggling internally from the pressures of extraordinary outside forces. It’s 1967 and physics professor Larry Gopnik (Michael Stuhlbarg) is watching his life disintegrate around him—his wife is leaving him; his layabout brother won’t get off his couch; someone is anonymously hurting his chances at tenure; his son is a slacker; his daughter is a self-absorbed thief. Rather than let himself be dragged under by his circumstances, Larry turns to three rabbis for guidance on becoming a mensch, a serious man. (R) Flicks

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