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It’s Friday night, and you’re trying to decide what movie to see. Don’t worry, Vox picked two big movies coming out in Columbia this week, highlighted the pros and cons, and let you make the decision.
You should see The Three Stooges if:
You want to see Snooki get poked in the eyeballs.
Your kids think that slapstick comedy is funny. And by your kids, we mean you.
You don’t get enough Sofia Vergara in your life from Modern Family, Pepsi commercials and CoverGirl.
You bought the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue because the movie has a loose remake of the cover.
TV-to-movie-remakes are kind of your thing. You saw The Smurfs, and you’re planning on attending the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles remake.
You should see Salmon Fishing in the Yemen at Ragtag if:
You miss Emily Blunt in serious roles such as Sunshine Cleaning, not so much in the Adjustment Bureau.
You like seeing Ewan McGregor in fish movies (Big Fish).
You regularly watch River Monsters and root for the fish.
You don’t enjoy listening to fake British and Irish accents. These are 100% real.
You miss Chocolat.
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