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Posted: Sunday, January 5, 2014 12:00 am

Not much to say about the lone new movie that opened this weekend — another “Paranormal Activity” sequel, which doesn’t quite do it for me.

Next weekend we’ll have an embarrassment of cinematic riches, including several late arrivals frequently mentioned in the award-season hunt. Look for Friday reviews of the Coen brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis,” set in the Greenwich Village folk-music scene in 1961; “August: Osage County,” in which Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts go toe-to-toe in a black comedy about family dysfunction; “Her,” a fanciful story in which Joaquin Phoenix falls for the voice of his computer operating system; and “Lone Survivor,” a true-story military mission gone awry in Afghanistan that stars Mark Wahlberg.

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