This weekend, Harry Potter seems to be the only thing the movie going public gives a damn about. And given the fact that Deathly Hallows: Part II marks the end of a franchise ten years in the making, it's easy to see why. But if you're not in the mood for wizards and (Emma) Watson, there are a few other choices, including the children's classic, Winnie the Pooh. And as an added bonus, if you do choose to see something besides Potter, you'll probably have the whole theater to yourself.

So, what's playing this weekend?

Salvation Boulevard

When you save the best for last, it makes sense to save the worst for first.

[post-video postid="213338"]Unfortunately, the worst seems to be the religious satire, Salvation Boulevard.

Best Review
Salvation Boulevard isn't groundbreaking or even consistently funny, but it is mildly inventive and the absurdities of its characters are tender and recognizably human. Best of all, we're encouraged to laugh with them rather than at them.

Mark Holcomb - Village Voice

Worst Review
It's a stupid farrago of aborted ideas, misguided actors, lame direction, submental writing and follow-the-dots plotting that never comes anywhere within a 10-mile radius of what I used to call coherent filmmaking.

Rex Reed - The New York Observer

Our Recommendation
The fact that Rex Reed hates a film usually means it's at least watchable. But unfortunately, this time it looks like he's part of the general consensus. Despite it's more than respectable cast, Salvation Boulevard is falling flat, leaving 90% of critics unimpressed. Don't be a hero. Go see Harry Potter with everyone else.

Winnie the Pooh

This classic children's tale is back in an all new Disney animated film.

But how does Pooh hold up in the age of Pixar?

Best Review
In a time of shock-value 3-D animation and special effects, the look of the film is gentle and pleasing.

Roger Ebert - Chicago Sun-Times

Worst Review
Disney doesn't offer much here that it hasn't done as well before.

Liam Lacey - Globe and Mail

Our Recommendation
Clearly, Liam Lacey has no soul. With 90% of film critics agreeing that Pooh is a pleasing children's film, fans young and old should not hesitate to give it a look. It's a shame that it's coming out the same weekend as Harry Potter. Hopefully it will get some spill over when Deathly Hallows sells out.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2

It's the end of an era for Harry Potter films.

[post-video postid="207484"]Whether you grew up with the franchise, or you're still in the process of growing up, Deathly Hallows seems to offer a fitting tribute to one of the most successful film series of all time.

Best Review
A movie with no beginning and no middle but two-plus hours of thundering, momentous ending...

Andrew O'Hehir -

Worst Review
Now that the Harry Potter series is over, maybe the truth can be realized: This has been the dullest franchise in the history of movie franchises.

Armond White - New York Press

Our Recommendation
With a staggering 97% of critics in agreement that Deathly Hallows: Part II is worth checking out, who am I to disagree? Unless your opinions are normally in line with Armond White, you'll probably find this film to be a satisfying conclusion.