Friday movie roundup – May 16

The only wide release this weekend is “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian,” which I have reviewed at I have also written at Cinematical about how the PG rating for “Prince Caspian” is astoundingly wrong. The level and frequency of violence is definitely PG-13-worthy.

In limited release, I can recommend “My Blueberry Nights” (the English-language debut of director Wong Kar Wai) and “Then She Found Me” (the directorial debut of Helen Hunt).

I saw “Blueberry” when I was in New York City! It cost $11.75!

Finally, I remind you of the existence of “Son of Rambow,” a delightfully joyous comedy, in limited release, that is just about my favorite movie of the year so far. It got mentioned in the podcast a couple weeks ago but not the e-mail version of “In the Dark,” so here it is again.
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