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Posted: Monday, September 28, 2009 4:33 pm | Updated: 1:17 am, Sat Oct 8, 2011.

“Monsters vs. Aliens”: Girl who’s struck by a meteor and grows to 50 feet tall is captured by the government and taken to a secret compound where she meets other monsters.

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“Away We Go”: Buoyed by the news that they are expecting their first baby, a young couple (John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph) embark on a journey to locate the perfect place to raise their child.

“Monsters vs. Aliens”: Girl who’s struck by a meteor and grows to 50 feet tall is captured by the government and taken to a secret compound where she meets other monsters.

“Management”: Golden Globe winner Jennifer Aniston stars in comedy about a traveling art saleswoman who shares a one-night stand with a dim-witted motel manager (Steve Zahn).

“Shrink”: In the wake of a personal tragedy, a Hollywood psychiatrist to the stars (Kevin Spacey) worries he’s become incapable of helping his patients in this indie drama.

“Farmhouse”: When they crash their car near an isolated vineyard, a young couple seek shelter at the house whose residents turn the couple’s overnight stay into a nightmare.

“How I Met Your Mother – Season 4”: Recounting to his children how he met their mother, a man (Josh Radnor) describes the heady days of his urban bachelorhood with his pals.

Next week: “Year One”

CD

“Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel,” Mariah Carey: Pop singer’s 12th studio album features the single “Obsessed,” which debuted at No. 11 in Billboard’s Top 100.

“Revolution,” Miranda Lambert: Country artist wrote or co-wrote 12 of 15 tracks on her third studio album, which includes Top 40 hit “Dead Flowers.”

Next week: “American Ride,” Toby Keith

BOOKS

“Have a Little Faith,” Mitch Albom: Albom’s first nonfiction book since 1997’s “Tuesdays with Morrie” begins with an unusual request: An 82-year-old rabbi asks him to deliver his eulogy.

“The Time of My Life,” Patrick Swayze: Late actor describes his Texas upbringing, his personal struggles, his rise to fame and his wife who stood by his side through all of it.

Next week: “The Professional,” Robert B. Parker

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