Cyrus: The Duplass Brothers family comedy featuring John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill, and Marisa Tomei -- we showed you the trailer a couple of weeks ago, and the movie got a lot of positive coverage at Sundance.
Get Low: Bill Murray and Robert Duvall star in a film about a "mysterious, 1930s Tennessee hermit who plans his own rollicking funeral party... while still alive."
The Runaways: The biopic about the influential girl punk band; also the movie that flagrantly sexualizes the hell out of a 16-year-old Dakota Fanning.
Barry Munday: With Patrick Wilson, Judy Greer, Chloë Sevigny, about a man who wakes up after an attack and realizes he's missing his family jewels and learns that he's facing a paternity suit by a woman he doesn't remember having sex with.
Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee: It stars Paddy Considine, and that's all I or anyone else needs to know.
Leaves of Grass: Tim Blake Nelson's writing and directing project about twin brothers (both played by Ed Norton). The trailer looks pretty great.
The People vs. George Lucas: Describes itself as a "no-holds-barred cultural examination of the conflicted dynamic between George Lucas and his fans over the past three decades."
Saturday Night: James Franco's doc about the behind-the-scenes of putting together an episode of "SNL."
And Everything Is Going Fine: Steven Soderbergh's documentary about Spalding Gray.
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil: A parody horror flick that suggests that rednecks are just misunderstood goofs who, through accident, sociological misunderstanding, and circumstance, lead a group of dimwitted college kids to think they're hideous killers.
There are also docs on The White Stripes, Motorhead's Lemmy, and even comedian Bill Hicks, as well as a Michel Gondry film about his own aunt and her relationship with her son. It's a pretty solid line-up, to say the least. Plus, it's Austin, which really is one of the greatest cities in the United States. Their burritos are the size of a goddamn baby. And tastier!