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This photo released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows, Robert Downey Jr., left, as, Hank Palmer, and Vera Farmiga as Samantha Powell, in the Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' drama "The Judge" a Warner Bros. Pictures release. The movie releases in the U.S. on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures)

Downey’s big-city, high-priced lawyer, Hank Palmer, helps his ailing father, Duvall’s Judge Joseph Palmer, in an excrement-soiled bathroom, pulling him into the shower while they both struggle for an excuse to keep Hank’s young daughter outside.

This photo released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows, Robert Downey Jr., left, as, Hank Palmer, and Vera Farmiga as Samantha Powell, in the Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' drama "The Judge" a Warner Bros. Pictures release. The movie releases in the U.S. on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures)

Downey’s big-city, high-priced lawyer, Hank Palmer, helps his ailing father, Duvall’s Judge Joseph Palmer, in an excrement-soiled bathroom, pulling him into the shower while they both struggle for an excuse to keep Hank’s young daughter outside.

This photo released by Sony Pictures Entertainment shows Brad Pitt , left, as Wardaddy, and Logan Lerman, right, as Norman, in Columbia Pictures' "Fury." (AP Photo/Sony Pictures Entertainment, Giles Keyte)

Ayer, a veteran of the Navy and L.A. crime films like “Training Day” and “End of Watch,” wants to make it clear from the start that he’s making a film about the barbaric brutality of war.

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Here, director John R. Leonetti (“Mortal Kombat: Annihilation”) and producers Peter Safran and James Wan have taken a low-rent approach, with a cast of unknowns substituting for such estimable performers as Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga and Lili Taylor.

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Here, director John R. Leonetti (“Mortal Kombat: Annihilation”) and producers Peter Safran and James Wan have taken a low-rent approach, with a cast of unknowns substituting for such estimable performers as Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga and Lili Taylor.

The Fox thriller starring Ben Affleck as a man whose wife goes missing overcame the Warner Bros. possessed-doll horror movie with a $38 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday

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