The Projector: Movies Opening Nov. 20 

An Education—It's 1960s London and teenager Jenny (Carey Mulligan)meets and falls for the charming and much older David (Peter Sarsgaard). She forgets her struggle to get into Oxford and the more time she spends with David, the more she forgets who she really is. Screenplay by Nick Hornby (High Fidelity). (PG-13) Flicks

The Blind Side—This film tracks the story of Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron), a homeless African American high school student who was taken in by Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock) and her wealthy white family. Oher goes on to academic success and an NFL football career. (PG-13) Edwards 9

Planet 51—In this animated romp, astronaut Chuck Baker (voiced by Dwyane "The Rock" Johnson) lands on a far away planet inhabited by happy little green men. But they aren't the ETs, he is. The "people" of Planet 51 think he's a dangerous alien. Baker enlists the help of his nerdy new friend Lem (voiced by Justin Long) to get back to his spaceship and planet Earth. (PG) Edwards 9

The Twilight Saga: New MoonFollowing the romance of Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), a teenager recently transplanted to the cold and wet Forks, Wash., and Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), her vampire boyfriend. As the dangers of a human/vampire relationship increase daily, Edward makes the difficult decision to uproot his family, leaving Bella to find comfort in her old friend Jacob (Taylor Lautner), and learns he, too, holds secrets. (PG-13) Edwards 9, Edwards 22

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