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In "Georgia Rule," Lilly (Felicity Huffman, left), Georgia (Jane Fonda) and Rachel (Lindsay Lohan) play a family in which attitude doesn't skip a generation.
Movies opening Friday:
"28 Weeks Later"
: In the sequel to the zombie hit "28 Days Later," it's now six months after the rage virus wiped out the British Isles. Even though the reconstruction of the country is beginning, the virus is still alive and, with no outward symptoms, deadlier than ever. (R)
"Delta Farce": Three hapless guys are mistaken for Army Reservists, loaded onto a plane to Iraq, and accidentally ejected somewhere over Mexico, where they save a rural village and become local heroes. Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall and D.J. Qualls star. (PG-13)
"The Ex": Tom, an underachiever (Zach Braff), must take a job when his pregnant wife Sofia (Amanda Peet) quits her high-pressure, big salary career. Unfortunately, Tom gets fired and is forced to start working with his father-in-law in his wife's Ohio hometown. There he clashes with one of his work colleagues, the wheelchair-bound Chip (Jason Bateman), who still carries a torch for Sofia from their high school days. (PG-13)
"Georgia Rule": A rebellious teenager is taken to her mother's Idaho farm, where she meets the formidable matriarch of the family. Lindsay Lohan, Felicity Huffman and Jane Fonda star as three generations of women who learn about the true ties that bind. (R)