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If you live in a "limited release" city, it might be best to stick with documentaries this weekend. Standouts are "Tchoupitoulas," following three young brothers discovering the magic of New Orleans, and "Only the Young," a portrait of a trio of charismatic teens. The 34% Rotten for Eric Bana's neo-noir "Deadfall" belies some of the reviews it's receiving -- Indiewire, THR, Variety and the NY Times are all fans. Meanwhile, Bill Murray as Fdr in "Hyde Park on Hudson" isn't getting a royal reception, and Gerard Butler vehicle "Playing for Keeps" has an impressively terrible 0% Tomatometer score despite it's star-packed cast. Check out reviews, details and trailers below. "Hyde Park on Hudson" Dir. Roger Michell, USA | Focus Features | 41% Rotten | Cast: Bill Murray, Laura Linney, Olivia Williams | Manohla Dargis, NY Times: "Roosevelt was one of the towering figures of the 20th century, »

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