A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.

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The thoroughly engrossing documentary, Iris. Albert Maysles once again captures a fashionable eccentric with heart and a fair amount of humor.

The deliciously cheesy, paint-by-numbers, lady-in-danger thriller, The Perfect Guy. Every now and then, a Lifetime movie creeps into theaters to the delight and amusement of moviegoers everywhere.

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McDonald’s serving breakfast all day. It only took 60 years, but McDonald’s finally figured out it can fry hash browns in the same fryer as the fries.

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NBC’s latest attempt to make a variety show happen, whether you like it or not, Best Time Ever. A.k.a. Neil Patrick Harris’ Off Their Rockers Celebrity Game Night.

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The trailer for Black Mass. Finally, a totally fresh movie combining two things no one has ever seen on-screen before: Boston gangsters and Johnny Depp in whiteface.

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The cinematic sermon, 90 Minutes In Heaven. Remember when “inspirational near-death experience” was the most boring segment on Unsolved Mysteries? Now they’re boring full-length movies starring Hayden Christensen for some reason!

Force Friday, and the seemingly endless excitement over the new Star Wars toys. Do we really need new Star Wars toys? There are so many of the old ones still around. In their original packaging.

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