Here is a look at what is hitting the big screen this weekend.

From Prada To Nada: This is the story of two spoiled sisters that suddenly realize  that material things don’t mean as much as the love of your family.   Too bad it took their father dying to open their eyes. See, it’s kind of sad and uplifting at the same time.

Two spoiled sisters — Nora, a law student, and Mary, an undergrad party girl — live with their father in a luxurious mansion in Beverly Hills. Mary has become so “90210” she refuses to admit she is of Mexican descent. When dad suddenly passes away, their posh lives are turned upside down. They discover they have been left penniless and are forced to move into their estranged aunt Aurelia’s modest but lively home in the Latino-centric Boyle Heights neighborhood of East LA. They are terrified to leave their world of privilege; neither Nora nor Mary speak Spanish or have ever had to take on actual responsibility. The girls gradually adapt to their new environment; their BMW and Prius are traded for the public bus and a used car. As they embrace the culture that for so long they refused to accept, they both discover romance, the true meaning of family, and they learn that the life of PRADA actually means NADA without love, family and community

The Rite:  This one stars Anthony Hopkins and centers around demonic possession.  Will it be scary is the big question?  Anthony Hopkins surely brings a level of darkness to the movie, but we wonder how the PG-13 rating will affect the scariness factor.

An American seminary student who attends exorcism school at the Vatican finds faith through encounters with demonic forces.

The Mechanic:  Jason Statham in an action flick…Yes please.  This guy is a serious ass kicker.  Maybe that is why is stuff is always a little enjoyable.

Arthur Bishop is a ‘mechanic’ – an elite assassin with a strict code and unique talent for cleanly eliminating targets. It’s a job that requires professional perfection and total detachment, and Bishop is the best in the business. But when his mentor and close friend Harry is murdered, Bishop is anything but detached. His next assignment is self-imposed – he wants those responsible dead. His mission grows complicated when Harry’s son Steve approaches him with the same vengeful goal and a determination to learn Bishop’s trade. Bishop has always acted alone but he can’t turn his back on Harry’s son. A methodical hit man takes an impulsive student deep into his world and a deadly partnership is born. But while in pursuit of their ultimate mark, deceptions threaten to surface and those hired to fix problems become problems themselves.