We are hopeful that Depp and his crew can pull it off a fourth time. This time, Johnny gets help from Dame Judi Dench and Keith Richards. Only in Hollywood.

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"Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2" (July 15)

Frankly, the only movie that necessitated another sequel is "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2." That's because the movies in the series have been based on J.K. Rowling's super popular books, and this is the second half of Harry's farewell.

In this, the final installment, we see how everything wraps up for the young wizard. There shouldn't be too many surprises -- the book came out years ago, so anyone who really cares has already read the book. But, that said, it will be a big event, especially as the "Harry Potter" movies were such powerhouses.

This is a safe bet for your cinematic dollar. The Harry Potter flicks have proven themselves to be winners, and not only is this likely to follow suit, but there will be closure for the lives of Harry and his chums.

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"Cowboys And Aliens" (July 29)

How can you not want to see a movie that has the hot chick from "House, MD" (Olivia Wilde), James Bond (Daniel Craig), AND Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford)?

They could just take turns reading the phone book, sipping a medium-dry vodka martini (shaken, not stirred) and bullwhipping random stuff, and it would still be the greatest movie ever made.

While they could take the easy way out and do that, they decided on a different tactic: There is an actual plot. The movie is based on a graphic novel (read: really thick comic book) of the same name. In 1873 aliens try to invade an Arizona town, but to do so, they have to get through a posse, including Craig and Ford.

While this movie is culled from a graphic novel, it is at least something new to us on the big screen, so that's something.