Recently reviewed films now playing in theaters.

· Funny People (R) Comic mogul Judd Apatow's third film and first flop is an excruciatingly long, largely humor-free vanity project starring Adam Sandler essentially playing himself as a washed-up, disease-riddled actor falsely reaching out for spiritual cleansing. 1 star - Michael Clark

· Humpday (R) Trying to capture the sexual taboos and psychological pathos of "Sex, Lies and Videotape," guerilla director Lynn Shelton's low-budget indie starts with what appears to be original premise, but finally collapses under the weight of it own incompetence. 1 star - MC

· Shrink (R) Kevin Spacey plays a pot-addicted head doctor to the stars in this Robert Altman wannabe drama which substitutes style for content. The sole viable sub-plot about a troubled teen (Kiki Palmer) is lost amongst others involving spoiled and shallow celebrities. 2 stars - MC

· (500) Days of Summer (PG-13) Rookie director Marc Webb totally subverts the romantic comedy blueprint with this art-house pleaser starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel as a couple with widely differing perspectives on what is the ideal relationship. 3 stars - Michael Clark

· Brüno (R) The third feature film based on characters from Sacha Baron Cohen's HBO sketch comedy show is the weakest of the lot. Unimaginatively recycling "Borat," Cohen and director Larry Charles succeed only in upping that film's already high shock value ante. 2 stars - MC