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 GOOD DAY FOR IT (thriller) - Forced to leave town when he betrayed the ruthless leader of a rural crime gang, in order to save his sick daughter’s life, Luke has stayed away to protect his wife and daughter from  vengeance. Fifteen years later, Emily nurses a burning desire to see her father. As tension builds throughout the day, Luke is forced to make a decision before the gang returns to exact their revenge. Does he leave his daughter behind again, or wait for his worst nightmare to walk straight through the cafe’s door?

     THE WAKE WOOD (horror) - After losing their only child, Alice, in a vicious dog attack, two grieving parents relocate to a small town where -- to their horror and fascination -- they discover a pagan ritual that will grant them three more days with their deceased daughter. Hoping to allay their sorrow, at least temporarily, the couple decides to go through with the rite, but the larger question remains, what happens after the three days have passed?
     PROWL (horror) - Small-town girl Amber (Courtney Hope) plans a break for the big city, but when she and her friends hitch a lift with a passing semi, the ride proves anything but free: The driver won't let them get off, and they're trapped in back with a cargo of blood. Dreams of the perfect apartment go up in flames when the innocents arrive at a warehouse whose ravenous inhabitants await their next human meal in this horror thriller that also stars Bruce Payne.
     BATTLE: LOS ANGELES (sci-fi & fantasy) - Led by their skillful staff sergeant (Aaron Eckhart), a platoon of gutsy Marines, including Santos (Michelle Rodriguez), Simmons (Taylor Handley) and Lockett (Cory Hardrict), fight to protect all humankind from astonishingly powerful aliens who've suddenly invaded Los Angeles. Jonathan Liebesman (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) directs this sci-fi film that also stars Lucas Till, Ramon Rodriguez, Bridget Moynahan and Michael Peña.
     HARRY POTTER AND THE DEADLY HOLLOWS (children & family) - The first installment of the two-part conclusion to the Harry Potter series finds the bespectacled wizard (Daniel Radcliffe) walking away from his last year at Hogwarts to find and destroy the remaining Horcruxes, putting an end to Voldemort's bid for immortality. But with Harry's beloved Dumbledore dead and Voldemort's unscrupulous Death Eaters on the loose, the
world is more dangerous than ever.
     THE WARRIORS WAY (action & adventure) - Fugitive Asian assassin Yang (Dong -gun Jang) journeys from the Far East to the Wild West, where he holes up in a tiny town in the American badlands. There, he meets local drunk and ex-fighter Ron (Geoffrey Rush), as well as a beautiful circus knife thrower (Kate Bosworth) with a dark secret. Danny Huston and Tony Cox co-star in writer-director Sngmoo Lee's gripping hybrid of
martial arts and Western genres.
     THE SPEED OF THOUGHT (thriller) - Joshua Lazarus (Nick Stahl) possesses a special gift that enables him to read people's minds, and the government has trained him to use his ability for deadly missions involving national defense, all while telling him that it will ultimately destroy him --- but will it? When Joshua falls in love with Anna (Mía Maestro), another telepathic "scoper," he and his friend, Kira (Taryn Manning), must find a cure for their gift and expose the lies.
     COUNTRY STRONG (drama) - While out on tour to revive her stalled career, once-popular country singer Kelly (Gwyneth Paltrow) falls for emerging newcomer Beau (Garrett Hedlund) and tries desperately to hide their burgeoning romance from her ever-present husband and manager, Ed (Tim McGraw). Written and directed by Shana Feste, this musical drama co-stars Leighton Meester as a former beauty queen trying to break out as a songstress.
     MESKADA (thriller) - Small-town detective Noah Cordin is called to solve a juvenile homicide that occurred during a home burglary in his affluent town of Hilliard. The dead boy's mother, Allison Connor, is a member of the Meskada County Board of Commissioners, and a powerful woman in Hilliard; and the entire township rallies together in solidarity - to support her and Detective Cordin's efforts to find the killers.
      JACK FALLS (thriller) - Surviving a murder attempt in Amsterdam, former police-officer Jack Adleth (Simon Phillips) heads to London to seek revenge and settle old scores, but soon finds himself in danger not just from his former criminal associates, but his old police colleagues too.
     AGE OF DRAGONS (sci-fi & fantasy) - Set in a mythical realm where Captain Ahab (Danny Glover) and crew hunt dragons for the vitriol that powers their world, Ahab's adopted daughter Rachel, runs the hunting vessel. Ahab's obsession is to seek revenge on a great "White Dragon" that slaughtered his family when he was young. In the White Dragon's lair Ahab's secrets are revealed and Rachel must choose between following him on his dark quest or escaping to a new life with Ishmael.
     LAST NIGHT (romantic drama) - During an evening apart, married couple Joanna (Keira Knightley) and Michael (Sam Worthington) encounter tempting opportunities to cheat on each other. As Michael spends time with his sexy colleague, Laura (Eva Mendes), Joanna crosses paths with her former flame, Alex (Guillaume Canet). Written and directed by Massy Tadjedin, this romantic drama also stars Griffin Dunne, Daniel Eric Gold and Stephanie Romanov.
      CONSINSUAL (drama) - A couple who seems to have it all pushes their sex life to the edge when a faithful husband compromises his own moral principles to satisfy his wife’s sexual desires. It sets into motion a dangerous sequence of events. This urban thriller shows how romance can take a quick turn when lust and morality cross the line of corruption. Is it a crime? Or is it just a dirty game of cat and mouse?
     HEAVEN AINT HARD TO FIND (spiritual drama) - Clifton Powell, Kym Whitley, Andre Pitre and Tasha Taylor co-star in this inspiring tale about a close-knit black community that rallies to restore a crumbling Baptist church that's haunted by the spirits of three sisters. But while the friendly ghosts have hung around to ensure that the once-glorious church rises again, a greedy land developer is ready to tear it down so he can pounce on the property.
     BIG MOMMAS: LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON (comedy) - Ace FBI agent Malcolm Turner is forced to don a dress again and go undercover as livin' large granny Big Momma when his stepson, Trent (Brandon T. Jackson), witnesses a murder and must hide out at an all-girls school, disguised as a big-boned coed named Charmaine. Malcolm acts as house mother in Trent's dorm, and while the duo searches for the killer, security guard Kurtis Kool (Faizon Love) falls for Big Momma and Trent lusts after his classmates.
     LONDON BOULEVARD (thriller) - Golden Globe winner Colin Farrell (In Bruges) stars in this gritty crime drama as Mitchell, a recently paroled ex-con whose attempt at straight life includes taking a job as a handyman for a reclusive young starlet (Keira Knightley). Based on author Ken Bruen's critically acclaimed novel, this adaptation marks the directorial debut of Academy Award-winning screenwriter William Monahan (The Departed).
     VANISHING ON 7TH STREET (thriller) - No one can explain the mystery when residents of a vibrant urban center begin disappearing one by one. But it seems to have something to do with the shadowy figures they come into contact with right before they vanish. Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo, Jacob Latimore and Taylor Groothuis co-star in this independent thriller from director Brad Anderson (Transsiberian, The Machinist).
     SEASON OF THE WITCH (sci-fi & fantasy) - In 14th-century Europe, a courageous knight (Nicolas Cage) leads a group of weary warriors across impossibly treacherous terrain in order to transport a suspected witch (Claire Foy) believed to be responsible for spreading the devastating Black Plague. Filmed on location in Austria, director Dominic Sena's supernatural adventure also stars Ron Perlman, Stephen Graham, Ulrich Thomsen and Stephen Campbell Moore.
     STRAIGHT TO HELL RETURNS (thriller) - the story of Straight to Hell Returns revolves around a group of hapless bank robbers (Sy Richardson, Joe Strummer, Dick Rude) who bury their loot and attempt to hide out in a deserted desert town. They quickly discover that the town is not deserted which doesnt stop a whole long of feasting, singing and overall decadencefollowed by a slew of inevitable deaths.
     URGENCY (thriller) - Someone's out to get Tony West (Brian Austin Green). They've abducted his wife for a ransom of 50 grand, and Tony only has 90 minutes to make the drop. As he races to meet the demand, he discovers that the kidnappers might really be after him. Tony has something they want, information that they will kill to get, and the clock is ticking in his quest to save his wife ... and himself. Jeffrey Combs and Sally Kirkland co-star.
     DOUBLE WEDDING (comedy) - Tia and Tamera Mowry ("Sister, Sister") are all grown up in this romantic comedy about a pair of identical twins who try to fall in love via online dating and accidentally start seeing the same dream man.
     THE CHAPERONE (children & family) - After serving time in the slammer for driving the getaway car in an attempted bank robbery, Ray Bradstone (professional wrestling star Paul Levesque -- better known as Triple H) is a reformed family man who wants to chaperone his daughter's class trip. But some bad guys (Kevin Corrigan and Kevin Rankin) from his past have other plans. Can Ray outwit these nitwits while keeping himself and his daughter (Ariel Winter) safe from harm?
     MAMA I WANT TO SING (drama) - Talented young singer Amara (portrayed by Grammy winner Ciara) is torn between her newfound desire to perform secular music and her love for her family and the religious music she grew up with. After her preacher father dies, Amara gives up singing -- and when she's finally able to overcome her grief and remember his advice to follow her dream, her mother (Lynn Whitfield) disapproves of her career choice. Patti LaBelle and Billy Zane co-star.
     TRON LEGACY (action & adventure) - While investigating the mysterious disappearance of his father, Kevin (Jeff Bridges), techie Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) lands in a beguiling computerized world of enslaved gladiators, where his dad has been living for more than 20 years. Joined by Kevin's trusted friend (Olivia Wilde), the father and son must journey across a breathtaking -- and perilous -- cyberscape in this 21st-century update to the beloved 1982 sci-fi classic.
     HOW DO YOU KNOW (comedy) - Feeling spurned after being cut from the national team due to her age, newly single softball player Lisa (Reese Witherspoon) finds herself in the middle of
a heated love triangle, as a professional baseball player (Owen Wilson) and a business executive (Paul Rudd) compete for her affections. Jack Nicholson co-stars in this athletically minded romantic comedy from acclaimed writer-director James L. Brooks (As Good As It Gets).
     YOGI BEAR (children & family) - When the greedy mayor (Andrew Daly) decides to close Jellystone Park to cash in by selling the land, Yogi Bear (voiced by Dan Aykroyd) and his sidekick Boo-Boo (voiced by Justin Timberlake) must team with their adversary, Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh), to save their home. Meanwhile, filmmaker Rachel (Anna Faris) follows Yogi and captures his antics. Nathan Corddry co-stars in this live-action/computer-animated adventure.
     MORNING GLORY (comedy) - Whiz-kid producer Becky Fuller (Rachel McAdams) finds her abilities put to the test when she's charged with bringing a network morning show back from ratings purgatory. Her first job: getting the show's feuding, acid-tongued co-hosts (Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton) under control. Jeff Goldblum co-stars as Fuller's network-exec boss and Patrick Wilson is Becky's put-upon boyfriend in this comedy from the writer of The Devil Wears Prada.
     THE BLEEDING (horror0 - When he sets out to find the man who killed his parents, former Army Ranger Shawn Black (Michael Matthias) traces the crime to a group of vampires operating out of
an industrial-district nightclub and led by chief neck-biter Cain (Vinnie Jones). Now Black must pull out the big guns if he hopes to close in on Cain and get his revenge. This action-packed gore-fest from director Charlie Picerni also stars Michael Madsen and rapper DMX.
    EDDIE GRIFFIN: YOU CAN TELL 'EM I SAID IT (stand-up) - The star of movies like Undercover Brother and Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and the hit TV show "Malcolm and Eddie," comedian Eddie Griffin gets back into his comfort zone on the stage in this live Comedy Central stand-up special filmed in Oakland, Calif. Named by Comedy Central as one of the top 100 comedians of all time, Griffin riffs on race, politics and pop culture -- and literally takes a journey up the theater walls.
     JACKASS 3 (comedy) - Johnny Knoxville -- the original Jackass himself -- returns after a long hiatus and subjects himself to all-new stunts involving wild animals, dangerous heights and
other perils guaranteed to do him bodily harm. "Jackass" regulars Bam Margera and Steve-O also endure their share of punishment in this collection of stomach-churning, don't-ever-try-these-at-home acrobatics that time and again blur the line between hilarious and tasteless.
     TRAPPED HAITIAN NIGHTS (thriller) -  When Nadine Lazard (Kenya Moore), wife of Richard Lazard (Rudolph Moise), comes up missing, the focus immediately turns on her husband, a prominent Haitian doctor. The plot thickens when Violet Martin (Vivica A. Fox), a beautiful detective assigned to the case, is led to believe that Nadine was the victim of a powerful Haitian Voodoo priest (ObbaBabatundé).
     BRUCE BRUCE LOSIN' IT (stand-up) - Comedian Bruce Bruce is a big man who delivers plus-sized laughs as he puts his own unique spin on topics ranging from family, dating younger women and going to church, things we all like to laugh at and to make fun of. His latest stand-up special Losin' It was filmed in Boston in front of a live audience at the historic Wilbur Theatre. Bruce Squared brings down the house with his true to life humor and raw comedic wit.
     HEREAFTER (thriller) - Clint Eastwood directs this supernatural thriller about three very different people and their responses to death, including a hesitant American psychic named George (Matt Damon) who may be able to help the others find answers and peace. Marie (Cécile De France) is a French journalist caught up in the aftereffects of the devastating 2004 tsunami, while in London, young Marcus (Frankie and George McLaren) seeks to contact his deceased twin brother.
     AREA 51 (sci-fi & fantasy) - From writer-director Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity) comes this chilling sci-fi thriller about a group of teens who accidentally discover one of the U.S. government's best-kept secrets: the infamous "Area 51" of the Nellis Air Force Base. Using a now-familiar "found footage" technique, the film tracks the teens' experiences in the Nevada desert from their point of view. Reid Warner, Darrin Bragg and Ben Rovner co-star.
    THE CLINIC (thriller) - While traveling across country with her fiance, Beth wakes along in an isolated clinic to a mother's worst nightmare. Her child has been abducted. Trapped and facing an
unknown enemy, Beth struggles to piece together the clinic's deadly secret. Just how far will a mother go to save
her child?
     INSIDE JOB (documentary) - From filmmaker Charles Ferguson comes this sobering, Oscar-nominated documentary that presents in comprehensive yet cogent detail the pervasive and deep-rooted corruption that led to the global economic meltdown of 2008. Through unflinching interviews with key financial insiders, politicos, journalists and academics, Ferguson paints a galling portrait of an unfettered financial system run amok -- without accountability. Actor Matt Damon narrates.
     KISS THE BRIDE (comedy) - Despite interference from their meddling mothers, Thomas and Robin are determined to tie the knot. Robin thinks her soon-to-be husband is perfect, but Thomas has a secret that could threaten their storybook romance. It turns out that Thomas wasn't always faithful to Robin -- and the guilt is tearing him apart. Pesia White, Darrin Dewitt Henson and Reagan Gomez-Preston star in this urban romantic comedy.
     MY GIRLFRIENDS BACK (comedy) - Businessman Derek (Malik Yoba) has worked
long and hard to carve out a high-profile career and is engaged to smart and beautiful Becca (Victoria Platt). But just as Derek begins to enjoy the fruits of his labor, his alluring ex-girlfriend, Nicki (Tangi Miller), re-enters the picture. Nicki's carefree and passionate ways make Derek veer off course, prompting him to re-evaluate his
definition of success. After all, what's success without love?
     SANCTUM (thriller) - Based on a true story and using technology developed by executive producer James Cameron, this breathtaking thriller follows the adventures of expert diver Frank McGuire (Richard Roxburgh), who heads an expedition to map a network of underwater caverns. When a tropical storm cuts off their exit, the team, including Frank's teenage son, must use all their resources and strength to avoid
panic and find a route to the surface. Ioan Gruffudd co-stars.
     THE MECHANIC (action & adventure) - When his mentor is murdered, lone hit man Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) trains the man's son, Steve McKenna (Ben Foster), in the ways of the professional kill. Together Arthur and his eager apprentice hunt down those responsible for executing Steve's father. But the partnership gives rise to new dangers and deceptions. Simon West directs and Donald Sutherland co-stars in this action-packed remake of the 1972 Charles Bronson thriller.
     SLAVE (thriller) - While partying in a seedy nightclub, David (Sam Page) momentarily loses track of his fiancée, Georgie (Natassia Malthe), who gets abducted and turned into a sex slave. With his criminal father (Michael Maxwell) unwilling to help, David desperately sets out on his own to find and rescue her. Throughout the course of this dark thriller, he discovers disturbing family secrets and joins forces with a man searching for his sister.
     SOMEWHERE (drama) - Set amid the hallowed grounds of Hollywood's legendary Chateau Marmont, this atmospheric dramedy centers on hard-living actor Johnny (Stephen Dorff), whose life is thrown for a loop when his 11-year-old daughter, Cleo (Elle Fanning), pays him a surprise visit. As the two become better acquainted, Johnny realizes he needs to make changes. Oscar winner Sofia Coppola (Lost in Translation) directs this character-driven film co-starring Chris Pontius.
     THE NEXT THREE DAYS (thriller) - When his wife (Elizabeth Banks) is sent to jail on murder charges she fervidly denies, college professor John Brennan (Russell Crowe) comes up with a plan to break her out by meticulously plotting the ultimate escape -- despite the fact that he's never committed a crime in his life. Writer-producer Paul Haggis (Crash) also directs this remake of the French film Pour Elle by Fred Cavayé. Liam Neeson and Brian Dennehy co-star.
     EVERY DAY (comedy) - Ned (Liev Schreiber) is fed up with his unfulfilling work as a writer on a
flawed television show and his stagnant marriage to wife Jeannie (Helen Hunt). Just when he thinks life can't get worse, his teenage son
announces he's gay and his ailing father-in-law (Brian Dennehy) moves in. Ned's relationship with an amorous co-worker (Carla Gugino) adds
even more tension, but despite the setbacks, the rewards of everyday family life overcome.
     THE SUNSET LIMITED (play) -   Tommy Lee Jones as the tormented atheist (labeled, simply, White) who has abandoned all hope for mankind and "the primacy of the intellect," and Samuel L. Jackson as a killer-turned-believer (dubbed Black) who claims he doesn't know anything that's not straight from the Bible. Black wants to argue White out of making another suicide attempt. White, though repeatedly starting for the door, sticks around to make his own bleak case and defy the other man's hard-won faith.
     KALAMITY (thriller) - Reeling from a bad breakup from a woman who still haunts his thoughts, Billy (Nick Stahl) returns to his hometown in Virginia for support and starts spending time with his childhood best friend, Stanley (Jonathan Jackson), who he hasn't seen in years. But Stanley has some deep emotional issues, and Billy teams with Stanley's roommate (Christopher M. Clark) to learn the extent of his madness -- and what happened to Stanley's girlfriend.
     SACRIFICE (action & adventure) - In this action-driven drama, the broken lives of three men intersect when a remorseful criminal (Devon Bostick) leaves his 5-year-old sister (Arcadia Kendal) in the care of an solder-turned-priest (Christian Slater) and a grieving cop (Cuba Gooding Jr.) who is still reeling from his wife and daughter's untimely deaths. But keeping the little girl safe from a dangerous drug lord (Kim Coates) will require sacrifice and serious street smarts.
     ELENA UNDONE (gay & lesbian romance) - When openly gay writer Peyton (Traci Dinwiddie)
and love-starved pastor's wife Elena (Necar Zadegan) meet, they immediately form a strong bond. But the warmth of friendship soon erupts into a sizzling affair, forcing both women to confront their unexpected yet intense feelings. By turns sensual, smart and funny, writer-director Nicole Conn's semiautobiographical tale explores the contemporary landscape of connection and commitment.
     S.W.A.T. FIREFIGHT (action & adventure) - This sequel to the 2003 actioner stars Gabriel
Macht as S.W.A.T. trainer Paul Cutler, who is transferred from Los Angeles to Detroit, where he must try to whip a resentful squad into shape
while foiling a killer with a vendetta. One-time government agent Walter Hatch (Robert Patrick) holds Cutler responsible for a tragic death that
occurs during a hostage situation and begins a bloody campaign to make Cutler and his new compatriots suffer.
     LITTLE FOCKERS (comedy) - Greg Focker (Ben Stiller) has finally won the approval of his intimidating father-in-law, retired CIA agent Jack Byrnes (Robert De Niro). But when Greg and wife Pam (Teri Polo) add a pair of rambunctious kids to the mix, the tension between the two men rises to the surface once again. Expect chaos as the couple tries to juggle the demands of raising children in the hilarious third installment of the Meet the Parents story.
     TUCKER & DALE VS EVIL (horror) - Backwoods boys Tucker (Alan Tudyk) and Dale (Tyler Labine) expect a relaxing vacation at their rundown mountain cabin, but when college kids camping nearby accuse them of being psychotic killers, their peaceful trip turns into a nightmare in this indie horror comedy. The problems begin when the duo saves beautiful student Allison's (Katrina Bowden) life. Soon, numerous misunderstandings cause things to spiral into a grisly situation.
     ALL STAR SUPERMAN (children & family) - After Lex Luthor tricks Superman into prolonged exposure to solar radiation, the Man of Steel is left with only weeks to live, and the hero's extraordinary powers are deteriorating. As he prepares for his demise, Superman has scores to settle. Most importantly, though, he must save Earth from Luthor's diabolical scheme -- before it truly is too late -- in this feature-length animated adaptation of the DC Comics series.
     THE RESIDENT (thriller) - Hilary Swank stars as the titular "resident" -- a young M.D. who moves into a Brooklyn loft -- in this thriller that finds excitement turning to panic for the lovely doc when she realizes she's not alone in her new abode. Now, far from saving others' lives, she's struggling to keep her own as she attempts to disentangle herself from a man -- her landlord (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) -- who has a key to her home and a growing obsession for his tenant.
     BURLESQUE (comedy) - After leaving Iowa with stars in her eyes, Ali (Christina Aguilera) arrives in Los Angeles and at a burlesque lounge, where she dreams of taking the stage with her soaring voice. Club owner Tess (Cher) is about to lose the place and thinks Ali may help business. Meanwhile, Ali's roommate (Cam Gigandet) starts to fall for her in this snappy, Golden Globe-nominated comedy co-starring Stanley Tucci as Tess's sidekick and Kristen Bell as Ali's rival.
     FREIGHT (thriller) - A Russian gang operating in Leeds with no respect for the laws of England,
traffic Eastern Europeans in containers then enslave them, the women to sex, the men to illegal fights. They cross local businessman Gabe
Taylor and a war escalates, but when his daughter is taken to be sold into the sex trade, Gabe fights back.
     WAITING FOR SUPERMAN (documentary) - Dynamic documentarian Davis Guggenheim (An
Inconvenient Truth) weaves together the stories of students, families, educators and reformers to shed light on the failing public school system
and its consequences on the future of the United States. In this Sundance Audience Award winner for Best Documentary, Guggenheim deftly
examines the options to improve public education and provide America's teachers and students with the help they need.
     FASTER (action & adventure) - On the very day he's released from a 10-year prison sentence, convicted bank robber Driver (Dwayne Johnson) hits the streets to take revenge on the men who bungled the job that got him busted and his beloved brother killed. But close on Driver's tail are a driven cop (Billy Bob Thornton) on the one hand and a flamboyant contract killer (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) on the other. George Tillman Jr. directs this thriller that also stars Carla Gugino.
     SPEED DATING (comedy) - Hoping to drum up business for their nightclub and score a few fine ladies for themselves in the process, Too Cool (Wesley Jonathan) and his buddies Dog (Chico Benymon) and Beaver (Leonard Robinson) decide to host a speed-dating event at the club. But things go way off track when the guys encounter a jealous ex-girlfriend, a roadblock with the liquor commission and more. Joseph A. Elmore Jr. directs this urban comedy.
     THE CLIENT LIST (drama) - Samantha Horton (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is a young wife and
mother living in Texas who goes to work at a massage studio after she and her husband lose their jobs, and soon discovers that her co-workers are actually working as prostitutes for high-end clients. Desperate to provide for her family, Samantha joins the trade, but a raid by local authorities forces her to face both the legal consequences and public shame of her choices.
     THE TOURIST (thriller) - Watery Venice, Italy, provides the setting as Johnny Depp, playing an
American tourist seeking solace for his shattered heart, instead finds it in danger again after encountering a beautiful Interpol agent (Angelina
Jolie). Little does the Yank know that the artful lady has gone to great lengths to arrange their "chance" meeting and is using him to trap a thief
who happens to be her ex-lover. The film earned Golden Globe nods for Depp and Jolie.
     TANGLED (children & family) - Disney animators take on the classic Grimm Brothers story of Rapunzel (Mandy Moore), a long-locked beauty imprisoned in a secluded tower by evil hag Mother Gothel (Donna Murphy), who needs the
rejuvenating powers of Rapunzel's tresses to remain young. When a bandit on the lam (Zachary Levi) helps Rapunzel escape, the old crone plots to recapture her and end her budding romance with the thief in this Golden Globe nominee for Best Animated Feature.
     FAIR GAME (drama) - After her husband, Ambassador Joseph Wilson (Sean Penn), writes op-ed columns accusing the Bush administration of misleading the public to justify invading Iraq, Valerie Plame Wilson's (Naomi Watts) status as a
covert CIA agent is leaked by administration officials. Based on events described in Plame Wilson's memoir, this drama explores the political
scandal that led to the conviction of Lewis "Scooter" Libby.
     IT'S KIND OF A FUNNY STORY (comedy) - Being a teenager is too much for 16-year-old Craig (Keir Gilchrist), who shocks his parents (Lauren Graham and Jim Gaffigan) by checking himself into a mental health clinic for a little R & R. But when the youth ward is unexpectedly closed, he's forced to live among the adult patients. Zach Galifianakis, Viola Davis, Emma Roberts and Aasif Mandvi co-star in this quirky drama written and directed by the screenwriters of Half Nelson.
     KING OF PAPER CHASIN' (drama) - This gritty, urban drama goes inside the world of gangsta
rap with the story of Carter Blanche (Dwayne "DL" Clark), a notorious, ambitious drug dealer who wants to go straight by entering the music
business, but both his enemies and friends impede his progress. Carter's girlfriend, Thalia (Piarry Oriol), cooperates with an FBI investigation into his criminal empire, while his best friend foments a violent betrayal upon being released from prison.
     DUE DATE (comedy) - Days before his pregnant wife's due date, Los Angeles architect Peter (Robert Downey Jr.) is about to fly home from Atlanta when a series of unfortunate incidents land him on the "no-fly" list, forcing him to hitch a ride across the country with slacker Ethan (Zach Galifianakis). As Peter desperately tries to get home, he must deal with Ethan's laid-back attitude, numerous delays and several mishaps in this road trip comedy. Jamie Foxx co-stars.
     MIDDLE MEN (comedy) - After spotting a big financial opportunity in the future of Internet
pornography, straightlaced entrepreneur Jack Harris (Luke Wilson) enlists his pals Buck (Gabriel Macht) and Wayne (Giovanni Ribisi) to help him
develop an online billing company specializing in adult entertainment. But as the firm takes off, Jack finds some unexpected kinks in the business
of kink -- including mobsters, the FBI, con men and terrorists.
     MY GIRLFRIEND'S BOYFRIEND (comedy) - Jesse Young (Alyssa Milano) is a girl who has
everything and maybe too much of it when she finds herself falling for two seemingly perfect guys: sexy but struggling writer Ethan (Christopher Gorham) and button-down advertising exec Troy (Michael Landes). Can she find true love with two men at the same time, or is somebody going to get a broken heart? Director Daryn Tufts's romantic comedy is a sweet-natured examination of modern sexual mores.
     PSYCH 9 (horror) - While trying to recover from disturbing events in her life, Roslyn (Sara Foster) starts working nights organizing patient records at a closed-down hospital. But disconcerting occurrences while she's alone in the building at night seem to point to recent murders. Now she must resolve the mysteries of her own past -- or she may become the next victim. Cary Elwes and Michael Biehn co-star in this chilling horror flick.
     LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS (drama) - Pharmaceutical representative Jamie Randall (Jake Gyllenhaal) becomes a player in the big game of male-performance-enhancement-drug sales and, along the way, finds unexpected romance with a woman (Anne Hathaway) suffering from Parkinson's disease. Based on the real-life Jamie Reidy's memoir, Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman, this satirical look inside the culture of Big Pharm is directed by Edward Zwick.
     PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2 (horror) - Doors slamming shut, shadows moving across the floor -- the unexplained, terrifyingly real supernatural forces are back, and this time, Dan (Brian Boland), Kristi (Sprague Grayden), Ali (Molly Ephraim), baby Hunter and dog Abby become part of the nightmare as the cameras roll. Tod Williams (The Door in the Floor) directs and Michael R. Perry ("Persons Unknown") writes this spine-chilling sequel to the wildly popular 2009 flick.
     BLUE VALENTINE (drama) - Once crazy about each other, Cindy (Michelle Williams) and Dean (Ryan Gosling) have now grown apart. Cindy is bored and disenchanted with her life while Dean languishes in the emotional emptyness of their sexless, routine life in rural Pennsylvania. As they muddle through their marriage, they hearken back to the golden days when life was filled with possibility and romance. Derek Cianfrance writes and directs this drama.
     MY SOUL TO TAKE (horror) - Some 15 years after the presumed death of a vicious serial killer, children whose birthdays match his supposed "deathday" start to disappear. But whether the killer -- or his tortured soul -- is responsible remains to be seen. One boy (Max Thieriot) knows for sure, but his own connection to the horrific crimes is far too terrible to imagine. Denzel Whitaker (The Great Debaters) co-stars in this horror tale from writer-director Wes Craven.
     THE GREEN HORNET (action & adventure) - Seth Rogen and writing partner Evan Goldberg (Superbad) apply their trademark humor to the superhero genre in this big-screen action-adventure about a newspaper-publishing playboy (Rogen) who dons a disguise to fight crime after hours. As the Green Hornet, Britt Reid's power is no longer limited to the printed page -- and thanks to a nimble martial-arts expert (Jay Chou), he has the skills to expose the city's roughest criminals.
     THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER (sci-fi & fantasy) - With their dour, bookish cousin Eustace (Will Poulter) in tow, the youngest Pevensie offspring -- Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes) -- take an unexpected trip back to Narnia and join noble King Caspian (Ben Barnes) for an epic high-seas adventure. Setting sail aboard the Dawn Treader, the young heroes head for the end of the world, determined to rescue seven once-powerful lords banished by Caspian's evil uncle.
     CIRCLE  (thriller) - When remorseless killer James Bennett (Silas Weir Mitchell) escapes from
lockdown in a mental hospital, an FBI agent (Kinsey Packard) and a U.S. Marshal (Peter Onorati) track the madman to his hometown, where he plans to slay a group of graduate students studying his case. But to catch their prey, the officers must plumb the mysteries of psychology, Greek mythology and more. Michael W. Watkins directs this horror flick.
     STRIGOI (horror) - Director Faye Jackson goes directly to the heart of the Romanian vampire myth in this darkly comedic horror fest set and shot in a post-Communist Romania, where old ways die hard -- especially when it comes to dealing with the undead, or strigoi. When young Vlad's (Catalin Paraschiv) Western European education fails to land him the easy life, he returns to his Romanian village, only to find murder afoot ... and a plague of vampires the likely culprit.
     LIFE AS WE KNOW IT (comedy) - Caterer Holly Berenson (Katherine Heigl) and network sports director Eric Messer (Josh Duhamel) discover a reciprocal hatred during an ill-fated first date -- but are forced to put their feelings aside when their mutual friends die and they become the guardians for orphaned Sophie. Now, Holly and Eric must learn to live with each other and juggle their promising careers while taking care of the little girl in this romantic comedy.
     I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE (horror) - In this horror remake, young writer Jennifer (Sarah Butler) finds life at her rented retreat perfect for working on her first novel. But her enthusiasm is shattered by her vicious rape. Now, the local thugs responsible will face an excruciating fate. Jennifer's attackers command developmentally disabled Matthew (Chad Lindberg) to kill her, but he fakes the murder, leaving the scarred writer to carry out a gruesome plot for revenge.
     FRANKIE AND ALICE (thriller) - It's a crushing battle for conscious dominance inside a disturbed
woman's (Halle Berry) mind as a multiple personality disorder pits her organic self -- an African American woman -- against her Caucasian racist alter-ego. Berry, who won an Oscar for her performance in Monster's Ball, produces this independent psychological thriller filmed in Vancouver and directed by Geoffrey Sax (Doctor Who and White Noise.)
     THE KING'S SPEECH (drama) - Britain's King George VI (Colin Firth) struggles with an embarrassing stutter for years until he seeks help from unorthodox Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) in this biographical
drama, which received multiple Golden Globe nods, including Best Picture. Logue's pioneering treatment and unlikely friendship give the royal leader a sense of confidence that serves him and his country well during the dark days of World War II.
     CITY OF LIFE (drama) - An urban drama that tracks the various intersections of a privileged young male Arab at odds with his cultural identity and his less fortunate street smart friend, a disillusioned Indian who bears an uncanny resembance to a famous Bollywood star, and a former Romanian ballet dancer now working as a flight attendant and searching for love and companionship. Examining how random interactions and their consequences can irrevocably impact another's life
     DIE (horror) - Six people, each of them is on the road to self-destruction. They wake up in cells in a surreal facility, without knowing how they got there or why. Are they in denial? Are they crazy? What happened? As they try to figure things out, a mysterious man forces the six abductees to participate in a disturbing experiment called the Trials. During the experiment, the unwilling participants will come to face disturbing truths about themselves and decide each other fate in a game of dice. As the storyline unfolds, we discover that something greater connects them all.
     STONERVILLE (comedy) - Slacker "Slam" Slamsky (Patrick Cavanaugh) hopes for success at an advertising agency, but his constant pot smoking and lackadaisical attitude cost him both his job and his girlfriend. Can he make the grade in the online world of viral videos? Erica (Alex Mauriello) is impressed by Slam's Internet savvy, and Slam hopes to make a comeback in the romance department with her, but he needs to prove he can act like a real grown-up ... once in a while.
     LURE TEEN FIGHT CLUB (thriller) - An undercover female cop enters Belmont High as a transfer student, after several girls in the area go missing. While trying to assimilate in the school, she and her new friends are lured into a place where they must fight for their lives.
     RED DIRT RISING (drama) - The birth of stock-car racing is captured through the story of pioneer Jimmie Lewallen (Brad Yoder), who began as a moonshine runner in 1930s North Carolina, took a break to serve in World War II and came home to witness the formation of NASCAR. From dirt tracks to international speedways, Lewallen and his buddies Bill Blair (Burgess Jenkins) and Fred Harb (Quentin Kerr) see their lives transformed by a sport they'd pursued purely out of passion.
     SHADOWS IN PARADISE (action) - During a rescue operation in Iraq, Special Forces member Max Forrester is devastated when Sasha, his squad mate and fiancée goes missing. Two years later, Max now out of the military, receives a call from his ex-commander, Captain Dyer, informing him Sasha has been seen alive and moving freely about on a place called Paradise Island. He also informs Max the military is preparing to go in and extract her with possible charges of desertion or worse. Max sets off on his own to Paradise Island to find Sasha and learn the truth before Shadow Company gets to her first.
     LET ME IN (horror) - When 12-year-old Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee) befriends his mysterious next-door neighbor, Abby (Chloe Moretz), the two outcasts form a tight-knit bond that gives Owen the courage to stand up to school bullies. But he slowly begins to suspect his new friend has a secret. Matt Reeves directs this uncommon coming-of-age thriller based on the award-winning Swedish film Let the Right One In. Richard Jenkins co-stars.
     THE BIG BANG (thriller) - This noir thriller from director Tony Krantz stars Antonio Banderas as Los Angeles detective Ned Cruz, who signs on to a missing persons case to find a wayward stripper but winds up knee-deep in bodies in the New Mexico desert. The plot thickens when he butts heads with three other investigators, a Russian boxer and a wealthy megalomaniac who's trying to re-create the Big Bang. Sam Elliott and Snoop Dogg co-star.
     F (horror) - At the forefront of the story is English teacher Robert Anderson (David Schofield), who finds himself the victim of a classroom attack after giving an unruly student an ‘F’ grade for an assignment. Anderson’s worst fears are realised as the school comes under siege by a faceless and silent enemy, a group of murderous ‘hoodies’ who begin to hunt their prey through the vast maze of empty classrooms and dark corridors.
     REIGN OF ASSASSINS (martial arts) - Assassin Zeng Jing (Michelle Yeoh) steals the magic remains of a monk, then starts a new life as a fabric merchant in the big city. But when love unites her with bumbling messenger boy Ah-sheng (Woo-sung Jung), history is repeated in a strange new way. While at the bank one day, Zeng fights off a gang of robbers but is recognized by their leader, the Wheel King (Xueqi Wang), who has a bone to pick with his long-lost protégé.
     THE COMPANY MEN (drama) - Written, directed and produced by John Wells ("The West Wing"), this indie drama stars Ben Affleck as a successful businessman who comes face-to-face with America's downsizing epidemic when he loses his job and is forced to take a construction gig. Rounding out the all-star cast are Kevin Costner as Affleck's brother-in-law, Tommy Lee Jones as a conflicted corporate bigwig and Chris Cooper as a paranoid executive.
     L.A. CONFIDENTIAL (thriller) - In 1950s Los Angeles, three wildly different cops (Guy Pearce, Russell Crowe and Kevin Spacey) form an uneasy alliance to ferret out deep-seated police corruption. But some people will do anything to land their faces in the pages of trashy Hollywood tabloids such as Hush-Hush magazine. A must-see whodunit, Brian Helgeland's script adaptation won an Oscar, as did Kim Basinger for her supporting role as a Veronica Lake look-alike.
     WELCOME TO THE RILEYS (drama) - Devastated by their daughter's death eight years ago, Doug (James Gandolfini) and his guilt-ridden wife, Lois (Melissa Leo), lead depressing lives without much meaning. But by forming an
unconventional relationship with teen call girl Mallory (Kristen Stewart), the couple begins to rediscover hope. Directed by Jake Scott, this compelling family drama also stars David Jensen, Kathy Lamkin and Lance E. Nichols.
     THE FREEBIE (comedy) - In this sexy indie comedy from actress-turned-writer/director Katie Aselton, a young couple in a bit of a relationship slump make a pact that they're each allowed to have a one-night stand with another person, no questions asked. Naturally, this kind of thing always sounds easier and a lot more fun than it actually is, as they both soon discover. Ever-
reliable comic actor Dax Shepard plays the male half of the equation.
     KILLER BEAN FOREVER (animated thriller) - Warehouses full of illegal merchandise, machine gun toting mobsters, and a police force stretched thin. Except that this is Beantown. A world of break dancing, gun toting bad ass coffee beans, covert bean assassins, slacker mob beans, mercenary bean battalions, and twitching trigger fingered bean cops. Enter KILLER BEAN the most ruthless, reckless, dazzling coffee bean assassin to ever lay foot in Beantown.
     GUNLESS (western) - Fleeing the law, infamous bandit Montana Kid (Paul Gross) heads north to hide out in Barclay's Brush, Canada (population 17), where nobody seems to understand the code of the Old West. For starters, the gunfighter is amazed to find that nobody even owns a pistol. The Kid slowly warms to the town, and especially to the sassy and outspoken Jane (Sienna Guillory), but is forced to strap on his six-gun when the posse comes looking for him.
     THE HORDE (horror) - When four corrupt policemen invade a gangster's hideout near Paris to avenge the death of their colleague, they quickly find themselves outmanned, outgunned and trapped. That is, until a legion of vicious zombies swarms through the building. Now, the cops, the crooks and the undead are swept up in a bloody three-way rampage. Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher direct this gore-filled French thriller that stars Jo Prestia and Eriq Ebouaney.
     CONVICTION (drama) - Convinced that her brother, Kenneth (Sam Rockwell), has been unjustly convicted of murder and incompetently defended by court-ordered attorneys, high school dropout Betty Anne Waters (Hilary Swank) puts herself through law school in order to represent him in his appeal. Inspired by a true story, director Tony Goldwyn's stirring drama also stars Melissa Leo, Minnie Driver, Peter Gallagher and Clea DuVall.
     DEADLY CROSSING (action thriller) - Steven Seagal stars in this film-cum-extended TV show as Elijah Kane -- the tough-talkin'/can-o-whoop-ass unleashing leader of an elite undercover police unit on the trail of drug dealers in Seattle. Deadly Crossing makes up one bit of the six-part Southern Justice series, originally intended for the small screen but now being bundled out straight-to-dvd instead.
     SKELETONS (comedy) - In writer-director Nick Whitfield's black indie comedy, a pair of "exorcists" (Ed Gaughan and Andrew Buckley) with the power to rid people of their secrets agree to help a woman (Paprika Steen) whose daughter (Tuppence Middleton) is mute -- and whose husband is missing. Jason Isaacs co-stars as the mysterious Colonel, who seems to be calling the shots from the sidelines of the duo's shadowy enterprise.
     MEGAMIND (children & family) - When a cunning supervillain (voiced by Will Ferrell) accidently kills his crime-fighting nemesis, the rogue suddenly finds life boring and uninspired. So, he creates a new enemy (Jonah Hill) who seeks to destroy the world, forcing Megamind to play the hero role for once in his life. This hilarious 3D animated feature from director Tom McGrath (Madagascar) also features the voices of Brad Pitt and Tina Fey.
     127 HOURS (drama) - From director Danny Boyle comes this harrowing tale of real-life mountain climber Aron Ralston (James Franco), who literally cuts himself loose from danger -- and lives to tell about it when sliding rock pins his forearm under a boulder during a climb in Utah. To stay alive, Ralston resorts to his basest survival instincts. The film scored Independent Spirit Award nominations in the Best Director, Best Male Lead and Beat Feature categories.
     SECRETARIAT (drama) - When Penny Chenery (Diane Lane) agrees to take over her ailing
father's thoroughbred stable, she transforms from housewife to horse breeder -- and owner of the colt that will take the 1973 Triple Crown -- in
this dramatic biopic. The film explores Chenery's bond with "Big Red" and depicts her rise to greatness as the "first lady of racing." John
Malkovich plays trainer Lucien Laurin, and Fred Dalton Thompson co-stars as big-shot breeder Bull Hancock.
     TRUE GRIT (western) - After her father is murdered by drifter Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin), 14-
year-old Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld), hires Reuben "Rooster" Cogburn (Jeff Bridges), an alcoholic U.S. Marshal, to help her exact vengeance. The disreputable Rooster still has grit though, and mounts an epic search. The pair is joined on their quest by Texas Ranger LaBoeuf (Matt Damon), who is also hunting for Chaney, in this updated Western from Joel and Ethan Coen.
     THE FIGHTER (drama) - Mark Wahlberg stars as boxer "Irish" Mickey Ward and Christian Bale
as half brother and trainer Dicky Eklund in this inspiring drama based on the fighter's rise from working-class Lowell, Mass., to world-class
welterweight champ. After a string of defeats, Mickey rediscovers his fighting will with help from Dicky -- a once-talented pugilist battling drug
addiction. The film earned multiple Golden Globe nods, including Best Motion Picture (Drama).
     SHANGHAI (drama) - Four months before the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, American Paul
(John Cusack) investigates the murder of his close friend in Japanese-occupied Shanghai. During his search, Paul uncovers a major government conspiracy and unexpectedly falls in love. Swedish filmmaker Mikael Hafstrom directs this thrilling 1940s period piece that co-stars Gong Li, Ken Watanabe, Chow Yun-Fat and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
     SAW 7: THE FINAL CHAPTER (thriller) - Insane, intense cruelty is the calling card of the Jigsaw killer (Tobin Bell), whose twisted spirit and terrifying human traps -- recalled in flashbacks following his death in Saw III -- inspire another installment of the hugely successful gore franchise. Led by fellow survivor Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flanery), Jigsaw's past victims band together to support each other. Cary Elwes reprises his role as Dr. Lawrence Gordon.
     BURIED (thriller) - While on a job in Iraq, civilian contractor Paul Conroy (Ryan Reynolds) is attacked and kidnapped, then awakens to find himself buried alive in the middle of the desert with nothing but a lighter, a candle, a cell phone and a knife. Does Paul have the instincts he'll need to save himself? Director Rodrigo Cortés crafts a tense psychological thriller with sociopolitical undertones that doubles as an exercise in claustrophobic terror.
     ALPHA AND OMEGA (children & family) - When park rangers capture ambitious, head-of-the-pack wolf pup Kate (Hayden Panettiere) and happy-go-lucky wolf pup Humphrey (Justin Long), the two wind up in a strange land hundreds of miles from home and must find their way back. As they battle bears, porcupines and each other on their journey, they discover they're falling in love. This animated film also features the voices of Christina Ricci and Dennis Hopper.
     OPEN SEASON 3 (children & family) - Grizzly bear Boog (voice of Matthew J. Munn) is all geared up for the annual guys' trip -- but this year, his buddies want to stay home and spend time with their families instead. Boog decides to head out on his own and lands smack-dab in the middle of a traveling circus. There, he meets devious doppelgänger Doug (Munn), who proposes that the two bears switch places for a while -- but secretly, Doug is plotting to escape.
     THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS/THE HAUNTING OF AMELIA (thriller) - The death of a loved one is rarely easy to get over, but for Josh (Brendan Fehr), whose high school girlfriend died a decade earlier in a train crash, it's beginning to seem like something he'll never get past -- until he meets his dearly departed's double. But is it forward or back that the beautiful doppelgänger is leading him, and should he listen to her words or those of his best friend in this haunting chiller from helmer A.D. Calvo?
     TOMORROW WHEN THE WAR BEGAN (thriller) - When their country is invaded and their families are taken, eight unlikely high school teenagers band together to fight.
     DEATH RACE 2 (thriller) - This prequel to the 2008 sci-fi actioner Death Race tells the story of cop killer Carl "Luke" Lucas (Luke Goss), who is sentenced to the infamous Terminal Island, where his driving skills in the prison's brutal car races earn him the nickname "Frankenstein." The internationally broadcast races feature the best drivers and most violent offenders in the criminal world, and Lucas takes on all comers to save his life and establish his legend.
     YOU AGAIN (comedy) - History -- make that high school -- may repeat itself when Marni (Kristen Bell) learns that Joanna (Odette Yustman), the mean girl from her past, is set to be her sister-in-law. Before the wedding bells toll, Marni must show her brother that a tiger doesn't change its stripes. On Marni's side is her mother (Jamie Lee Curtis), while Joanna's backed by her wealthy aunt (Sigourney Weaver). Kristin Chenoweth co-stars as the couple's wedding planner.
     EAGLES @ GIANTS (football) - Thirty-two years after Giants quarterback Joe Pisarcik fumbled away a sure victory to Philadelphia at the old Meadowlands Stadium in one of the NFL’s most memorable bloopers, the Giants gave away a game to the visiting Eagles on Sunday in one of the NFL’s most monumental collapses — and may miss the playoffs because of it. Leading by 21 points with less than eight minutes to play in a game that likely decided the NFC East champion, the Giants surrendered four consecutive touchdowns, the final a 65-yard punt return by the Eagles’ DeSean Jackson as time expired, and lost a stunner at the New Meadowlands Stadium, 38-31.
     BLACK SWAN (thriller) - In director Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller, ambitious New York City ballet dancer Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman) lands the lead role in "Swan Lake" but soon thinks her dreams of stardom are threatened by a rival ballerina (Mila Kunis). As opening night approaches and the pressure to be perfect builds, Nina's obsession descends into paranoia and delusion. The film earned Golden Globe nods for Portman, Kunis, Aronofsky and Best Picture.
     HANDSOME HARRY (drama) - For many years, small-town resident Harry Sweeney (Jamey Sheridan) has avoided confronting painful memories from his past. But when his best friend becomes seriously ill, Harry builds up enough courage to explore long-hidden secrets and uncover his true identity. Bette Gordon directs this character-driven drama that boasts a strong ensemble cast featuring Steve Buscemi, Aidan Quinn, John Savage and Campbell Scott.
     ACROSS THE LINE: THE EXODUS OF CHARLIE WRIGHT (crime drama) -  This indie crime drama features Aidan Quinn as Charlie Wright, an über-wealthy Los Angeles financial guru who sneaks off to Mexico after his vast business enterprise is exposed as a Ponzi scheme -- but soon finds it difficult to stay hidden. While trying to evade a federal agent (Mario Van Peebles), a Mexican gang lord (Andy Garcia) and a former client's (Luke Goss) hit men, Wright searches for a woman from his past.
     DINNER FOR SCHMUCKS (comedy) - Tim Conrad's (Paul Rudd) boss hosts a dinner party where he invites his friends to bring along the saddest, most pathetic loser they can find. But when the ultimate schmuck (Steve Carell) arrives, his actions somehow turn everyone else into the losers. Comic heavy hitters Zach Galifianakis and Ron Livingston lend able support in director Jay Roach's (Austin Powers) darkly humorous film, an adaptation of the French comedy The Dinner Game.
     BROTHERHOOD (drama) - Fledgling director Will Canon expands his award-winning short "Roslyn" for his first feature-length film with this gritty drama about Adam Buckley (Trevor Morgan), a young collegiate whose last night of pledging for a fraternity takes an ominous turn. When he's ordered to hold up a convenience store as part of his initiation, Adam complies, but after everything goes wrong, he must find the courage to help a friend. Jon Foster and Lou Taylor Pucci co-star.
     TENDERLION (drama) - When Iraq War veteran Ben Keegan (Kurt Yaeger) returns home from combat, he buries himself in the anonymity of San Francisco's Tenderloin district, an eclectic neighborhood that's home to some of the city's most colorful citizens. But his efforts to cut ties with everyone -- including his son (Jack Indiana) -- prove fruitless with each new connection he makes. Tina Huang co-stars in this independent drama from director Michael Anderson.
     UNSTOPPABLE (action & adventure) - It's a nail-biting race against time as an unmanned train carrying a load of lethal chemicals speeds out of control, and a conductor and engineer do everything in their power to keep it from derailing and killing tens of thousands of people. Denzel Washington leads the cast in Tony Scott's tough-minded action thriller, in which a terrible circumstance forces a couple of ordinary men to become extraordinary heroes.
     DEAR MR. GACY (thriller) - In this chilling drama based on a true story, college student Jason Moss (Jesse Moss) contacts infamous 1970s serial killer John Wayne Gacy (William Forsythe) -- who'd been behind bars 13 years at the time -- for an academic project focusing on serial killers. The conversation that ensues between the two involves subterfuge on both sides, as young Moss tries to learn more about Gacy's crimes, and Gacy pursues his own mind games with Moss.
     LEGACY (thriller) - Taking refuge in a shabby Brooklyn motel after narrowly surviving a failed mission in Eastern Europe, Black Ops soldier Malcolm Gray (Idris Elba) begins to disintegrate mentally as he broods over the legacy of his actions in this taut psychological thriller. Haunted by his demons while holed up in his room, Malcolm ponders the ascent of his brother (Eamonn Walker), an ambitious senator with designs on the presidency.
     BARRY MUNDY (comedy) - After a movie theater rendezvous with a teenager leads to a vicious attack from the girl's trumpet-wielding father, consummate womanizer Barry Munday (Patrick Wilson) wakes up in the hospital and discovers that his testicles were removed. Robbed of his chance to ever procreate, Barry is thrilled when he discovers he's been named in a paternity suit, even though he has no memory of ever sleeping with the plaintiff.
     THE LAST EXORCISM (horror) - Ready to expose his miraculous deeds as mere trickery, Rev. Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) invites a documentary crew to film his final exorcism. But when the devil actually possesses a girl's body, Marcus must regain his faith and engage in the fight of his life. Produced by Eli Roth and directed by Daniel Stamm, this frighteningly realistic horror movie also stars Ashley Bell, Iris Bahr and Louis Herthum.
     THE TREE (drama) - After the sudden death of her husband, Dawn O'Neil (Charlotte Gainsbourg) must provide for her four children despite her grief, while 8-year-old Simone (Morgana Davies) is convinced that her father's spirit now lives in the giant Moreton Bay Fig tree in the front yard. Dawn takes comfort from Simone's coping mechanism until the tree's roots threaten the stability of their home, and she must decide whether to be practical or listen to her heart.
     BONDED BY BLOOD (thriller) - Adapting Bernard O'Mahoney's true-life novel, Sacha Bennett directs and co-writes this clever thriller about feared career criminals Tony Tucker (Terry Stone), Pat Tate (Tamer Hassan) and Craig Rolfe (Neil Maskell), who ruled the drug trafficking world until their deaths in England in 1995. Various business and personal tensions dominate their lives before the trio makes headlines as being the victims of the "The Triple Rettendon Murders."
     GAME OF DEATH (thriller) - When a high-profile diplomat narrowly misses death at the hands of a skilled assassin, a bold bodyguard (Wesley Snipes) rushes the politician to the hospital and prepares for the hired gun's partners to come and finish the job. But how long can one man and his new ally, an ordinary nurse, hold out against the coming siege? Giorgio Serafini directs this action-packed thriller that also features Zoe Bell, Robert Davi and Quinn Duffy.
     GUN (action & adventure) - When Rich (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson) is part of a gun exchange that goes haywire, Angel (Val Kilmer) saves his life and from there, the two contend with the Detroit Police as well as the feds, who have now made guns and violence their priority. AnnaLynne McCord plays Angel's gal pal, Gabriella; 50 Cent writes and stars in this actioner that observes the life of a gun as it passes from one stage to the next: manufacturer, distributor and user.
     FOR COLORED GIRLS (drama) - Tyler Perry (Madea's Family Reunion) directs his own adaptation of the Obie-winning stage play by Ntozake Shange, constructed as a series of poetic vignettes that collectively explore the lives of modern African-American women. A veteran cast of actresses -- including Whoopi Goldberg, Janet Jackson and Phylicia Rashad -- provide strong individual performances in stories focused on sensitive issues such as rape and exploitation.
     RABBIT HOLE (drama) - In this raw drama based on David Lindsay-Abaire's Pulitzer Prize-winning play of the same name, Becca (Nicole Kidman) and Howie (Aaron Eckhart) grapple with the realities of life eight months after the death of their 4-year-old son, Danny. Even with Becca's well-meaning mother (Dianne Wiest) offering comfort and weekly group therapy always available, the couple go about their own secret ways of coping. John Cameron Mitchell directs.
     DEVIL (horror) - In this edgy thriller, Det. Bowden (Chris Messina) must not only save five people trapped in an elevator -- a mechanic (Logan Marshall-Green), a young woman (Bojana Novakovic), an old woman (Jenny O'Hara), a guard (Bokeem Woodbine) and a salesman (Geoffrey Arend) -- but he must act fast because the devil is among them. Drew Dowdle and John Erick Dowdle direct M. Night Shyamalan's story, which explores the notion that there are no coincidences.
     ANIMAL TAILS (children & family) - Join your favorite characters as they learn the value of responsibility and friendship with animal friends! Help Bob solve a barnyard mystery for Farmer Pickles and watch Thomas and Percy search for golden eagles and Fireman Sam save a baby sheep from a fire. Then learn why it takes more than just puppy love to be a good dog owner with Barney. From household pets to wild beasts and barnyard buddies, your favorite friends will have you smiling fur-ever!
     CYRUS (comedy) - Indie favorites Jay and Mark Duplass co-direct this wry look at modern love and family dysfunction. John C. Reilly plays a divorced man who thinks he's found just the right woman (Marisa Tomei) to help him recover and move on. Unfortunately, the woman's son, played by Jonah Hill, has no interest in allowing another man into their lives -- a stance he proceeds to demonstrate in a variety of obnoxious ways.
     ALL GOOD THINGS (mystery) - When David Marks (Ryan Gosling), the heir to a New York real estate fortune, gets entangled in the mystery of Katie McCarthy's (Kirsten Dunst) disappearance, he risks everything in this drama set in the 1980s and inspired by the true story of real estate scion Robert Durst. While unexpected evidence turns up and increases political heat, people with ties to the case begin to die. Andrew Jarecki ("Felicity") directs.
     NANNY MC PHEE RETURNS: NANNY MCPHEE AND THE BIG BANG (children & family) - When Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson) arrives at the Green farm, she uses her blend of magic and discipline to help frazzled Mrs. Green (Maggie Gyllenhaal) run things while her husband's off fighting in World War II -- and to help the Green kids deal with their nasty cousins. Soon motorcycles start flying and statues come alive as everyone learns important lessons. Maggie Smith and Rhys Ifans co-star in this sequel to the 2005 film.
     SKYLINE (sci-fi & fantasy) - After a wild night of partying with friends, Terry (Donald Faison) awakens to discover that he's one of the few remaining people on Earth. Banding together with a small group of survivors (Eric Balfour, Scottie Thompson, David Zayas, Brittany Daniel and Crystal Reed), Terry sets out to solve the mystery of what happened to the human race. Greg and Colin Strause (whose work includes the visual effects for Avatar and 300) direct.
     TICKING CLOCK (thriller) - Cuba Gooding Jr. stars as Lewis Hicks, a reporter tasked with investigating a gory spate of serial murders. Hicks gets a key lead when he discovers the killer's journal, which outlines his plans to target certain victims. But as he follows each piece of evidence back to its source, Hicks finds that the most likely culprit is a 9-year-old boy in a group home. Neal McDonough and Yancey Arias co-star in this tense thriller.
     YOU WILL MEET A TALL DARK STRANGER (comedy) - After her husband's (Anthony Hopkins) midlife crisis drives him into the arms of a younger woman (Lucy Punch), Helena (Gemma Jones) consults a psychic (Pauline Collins) to learn what fate has in store for her and is told that she'll soon meet a tall, dark stranger who will become the love of her life. Meanwhile, the pair's daughter (Naomi Watts) and her husband (Josh Brolin) grapple with their own extramarital attractions.
     LEGEND OF THE GARDIANS: THE OWLS OF GA'HOOLE (family animation) - Kathryn Lasky's popular children's books are the inspiration for this captivating animated feature about Soren, a barn owl kidnapped from his peaceful forest home. His abductors bring him to an orphanage, where he must train to become a soldier. Despite the toil and hardships, Soren makes friends, and together the young birds attempt to escape. Zack Snyder (The Watchmen, 300) directs this epic adventure.
     13/THIRTEEN (thriller) - After assuming the identity of a dead person, a callow young man is quickly sucked into a dark and violent underworld where powerful men gamble on human lives in very high-stakes games of Russian roulette. Writer-director Géla Babluani remakes his inventive French thriller, 13 Tzameti -- winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006 -- with Mickey Rourke, Jason Statham, Ray Liotta, Emmanuelle Chriqui and 50 Cent.
     KINGS OF THE EVENING (drama) - Homer Hobbs (Tyson Beckford) returns from prison to a town gripped by the Depression. Stuck in a boardinghouse with four strangers and no resources, Homer figures he may be down and out, but he can still dress for success at the local weekly "swanking" contest. Every Sunday evening at a nearby hall, the men about town pull on their best threads and strut their stuff. All may compete, but at night's end, only one will be king.
     THE TOWN (thriller) - Career bank robber Doug (Ben Affleck) and his volatile partner, Jim (Jeremy Renner), hit a roadblock when Doug falls for bank manager Claire (Rebecca Hall), whom he kidnapped during their last heist. Worse, an FBI agent (Jon Hamm) is now trailing the thieves around their Charlestown, Mass., territory. Affleck directs and co-writes this smart, intricate actioner that co-stars Blake Lively as Krista, Jim's sister and Doug's troubled former flame.
     RESTREPO (military documentary) - Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm, teamed with photographer Tim Hetherington to spend a year embedded with the Second Platoon in Afghanistan, documenting the hard work, fear and brotherhood that come with repelling a deadly enemy. Hunkered down with the soldiers in one of the region's most strategic valleys, the filmmakers uncover the dark humor, sleepless surreality and constant anxiety of war in this Best Documentary winner at Sundance.
     MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE NUMBERS ROUNDUP (education & guidance) - A wild bunch of numbers has sprung loose from Mickey's Corral, and they need to be brought back! Preschoolers will love counting down from 10 to 1 with Mickey, Donald, Goofy and the rest of the Clubhouse gang as they try to rustle up the rowdy herd. The program also features other exciting adventures, including a search for Daisy Bo Peep's sheep, decoding a secret message and several fun, skill-building puzzles.
     CHARLIE ST CLOUD (drama) - Ben Sherwood's intriguing novel is the basis of this ghost story about Charlie (Zac Efron), who is devoted to his brother, Sam, even after Sam's death. As the caretaker of the cemetery where Sam is buried, Charlie has lots of time to commune with the dead. Sam visits frequently to hang out with Charlie, but when Charlie meets a mysterious young woman (Amanda Crew), he must decide whether to move forward or remain trapped in the past.
     TAKERS (action & adventure) - With their collective eye on a huge payoff, a motley crew of bank robbers (including Paul Walker, Michael Ealy, Chris Brown and Hayden Christensen) get busy planning out their next heist. Their former colleague, Ghost (T.I.), convinces the boys to target an armored car carrying $20 million. But a detective (Matt Dillon) who's obsessed with his work is just as obsessed with making sure the thieves never pull off their scheme.
     MY TEACHER'S WIFE (comedy) - Aspiring cartoonist Todd Boomer (Jason London) plans to attend Harvard University, but his tyrannical calculus teacher, Roy Mueller (Christopher McDonald), stands in the way. When beautiful tutor Vicki (Tia Carrere) starts helping Todd with his math, the two unexpectedly get caught up in a romance … till Todd finds his future hanging in the balance after learning that Vicki is Mueller's wife. Jeffrey Tambor costars.
     SUS (drama) - In the wake of his wife's wrongful death on election night in 1979, Delroy (Clint Dyer) is forced to defend himself against a mountain of trumped-up evidence and a pair of racist police officers who are drunk with the promise of political power. Robert Heath directs this penetrating drama based on actual events, set the night before Margaret Thatcher's election as England's first-ever female prime minister.
     STEP UP 3 (drama) - This continuation of the Step Up saga centers on a motley crew of street dancers who take on a talented squad of hip-hoppers with the help of an NYU freshman named Moose (Adam G. Sevani). Rick Malambri and Sharni Vinson co-star as well as Stephen Boss -- a freestyle dancer best known as the fourth-season runner-up on "So You Think You Can Dance."
     LEGEND OF THE FIST: THE RETURN OF CHEN ZHEN (martial arts) - Playing the hero first portrayed by Bruce Lee in Fist of Fury, Donnie Yen reprises his own performance as Chen Zhen in this breakneck kung fu thriller set in Shanghai during its occupation by the Japanese in World War II. Seven years after his supposed death, legendary fighter Chen Zhen resurfaces in the city in disguise. He immediately begins settling old scores -- with both the Japanese and the Chinese mafia who've been cooperating with them.
     CASINO JACK (drama) - Kevin Spacey stars in this drama as disgraced political lobbyist Jack Abramoff, who defrauded Native American tribes out of tens of millions of dollars in his efforts to peddle influence in Washington's corridors of power. As justice closes in on Abramoff and his associates, the audacious scope of his scams comes to light. Based on true events, this film from director George Hickenlooper co-stars Kelly Preston and Barry Pepper.
     EASY A (comedy) - High school is the setting for this freewheeling comedic twist on Nathaniel Hawthorne's 19th-century novel The Scarlet Letter. Ambitious student Olive (Emma Stone) decides to boost her popularity by pretending to be the school slut. As the school's swirling rumor mill increases both her notoriety and her finances, Olive enjoys her newfound status but eventually must decide which is more important: popularity or self-esteem.
     MADEA'S BIG HAPPY FAMILY (stage play) - Shirley has important news for her family, but she has five grown children with different lifestyles and finds it difficult to get them and the kids all together. So in steps Madea, the Matriarch General, to put the family's life in perspective with a hilarious twist on financial difficulties, drugs and, most important, family secrets. The next generation has a lot to learn. In her own way, Madea expresses how deliverance won’t change you to be someone else, but will allow you to be who you really are. Ain’t nothing like family!
     MOBY DICK (sci-fi & fantasy) - That infamous whale is bigger, badder and a whole lot stronger in this sci-fi reimagining of Herman Melville's classic tale of the battle between man, sea and sea creature starring "Xena" alum Renée O'Connor as the (traditionally male) narrator. But the boat -- now a high-tech submarine -- is also bigger, and Capt. Ahab (Barry Bostwick) is as determined as ever to settle the score and take down the mighty sea mammal that maimed him.
     5K1 (thriller) - Two best friends have to choose between life in the streets and loyalty when they are indicted with the help of an informant, which causes everyone to be a suspect to the boss. Self-Made Bosses, a powerful criminal empire that deals in cash, drugs, and killing, starts to crumble when an informant infiltrates the gang. The obsessed leader launches a campaign to smoke the rat out at any cost. But the more powerful the SMBs grow, the more Remo begins to feel like he should get out and start a family while he still can. Unfortunately for Remo, getting out will be the hard part, because the seeds of his destruction have already been sewn. The film also featuresClifton Powell, Yukmouth, and Christina Usher.
     FLIPPED (comedy) - From director Rob Reiner comes a multigenerational family saga about the highs and lows of love. Bryce and Juli first meet as second graders, with Juli having a crush on the uncertain Bryce, and as they mature, it appears their love may blossom. As they wrestle with the problems of adolescence, their parents cope with an assortment of issues of their own. Aidan Quinn, Rebecca De Mornay and Anthony Edwards co-star in this poignant romantic comedy.
     EAGLES @ REDSKINS MNF (football) - In a game with major division implications and enough drama to create its own soap opera, Vick and the Eagles brought a special delivery to FedEx Field during the Monday Night Football game. Absolutely decimating the Redskins 59-28 in a match gushing with records that will go down as one of the most lopsided affairs the NFL has ever seen. The 592 total yards eclipse the Eagles' previous benchmark of 583 established in 2005, and the 59 total points and eight touchdowns are good for second most in each category in team history.
     GHETTO STORIES (thriller) - In the streets of Baton Rouge, there are only two sides of the track. In the midst of a street war of South vs. North, Marcus Hatch (Lil' Boosie) and Jai 'Savage' Carter (Webbie) find themselves as rival drug dealers struggling to make ends meet. With the streets at war, someone must suffer the consequences. This movie centers on the personal challenges, setbacks, and dilemmas of street life.
     HART'S WAR (drama) - When an African-American pilot (Terrence Howard) in a German POW camp is accused of murdering one of his fellow inmates, Lt. Tommy Hart (Colin Farrell) must defend him. But Hart's superiors (including Bruce Willis) caution that digging too deep could expose secrets that would mean death to all prisoners. In a place where lies keep men alive, one young officer must uncover the truth -- whatever the cost.
     RED HILL (thriller) - After being shot on duty, police officer Shane Cooper (Ryan Kwanten) moves with his pregnant wife to the quiet Outback town of Red Hill, where surly sheriff Old Bill (Steve Bisley) is downright unfriendly and Shane's first day on the job turns into the worst day of his life. When killer Jimmy Conway (Tommy Lewis) escapes from jail and heads for Red Hill, the police try to track the skilled hunter, and Shane soon realizes something is very wrong.
     SHREK FOREVER AFTER (children & family) - The fourth chapter of this fractured fairy-tale series finds the lovable green ogre Shrek (voiced by Mike Myers) feeling less like a monster and more like a man in the midst of a midlife crisis. But will striking a deal with Rumpelstiltskin make his life better or worse? Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas return as the voices of Princess Fiona, Donkey and Puss in Boots, respectively.
     THE REEF (thriller) - Luke welcomes his friend Matt and his girlfriend Suzie that come from London and Matt's sister and Luke's former girlfriend Kate that comes from Sydney to sail with him and the sailor Warren in a sailboat. However, the vessel hits an underwater rock and capsizes with an opening on her bottom. Luke advises that they should swim in the north direction to reach the Turtle Island, in Queensland, Australia, while they have strength since there is a current moving the boat in the opposite direction of land but Warren prefers to stay on the hull waiting for help since there are sharks in the water. The quartet swims, but they are hunted by a great white shark.
     THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS ALOT ABOUT THAT (children & family) - Dr. Seuss's beloved Cat in the Hat not only amuses the kids but also educates in this animated program that teaches young Sally and Nick about science and nature. He answers such burning questions as, how does honey get made, and why do birds migrate? The Cat also takes the kids on adventures through the forest and the beach. Laugh and learn along with the wise Cat with the striped hat.
     GOING THE DISTANCE (comedy) - New couple Erin (Drew Barrymore) and Garrett (Justin Long) don't want their summer fling to end, but Erin must move across the country to finish school. As the bicoastal lovers try to keep their relationship going, they experience the tricky challenges of living long-distance. Directed by established documentary filmmaker Nanette Burstein (The Kid Stays in the Picture), this romantic comedy also stars Christina Applegate and Ron Livingston.
     THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE (sci-fi & fantasy) -  While Horvath (Alfred Molina) and Drake (Toby Kebbell) plot to restore Morgana Le Fay (Alice Krige) to power, master sorcerer Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage) makes physics student Dave Stutle (Jay Baruchel) his apprentice, teaching him enough magic to save the world from sure ruin. Also featuring Monica Bellucci, Teresa Palmer and Toby Kebbell, this whimsical fantasy is a live-action update of the beloved animated short from the 1940s, "Fantasia."
     MANNY PACQUIAO vs ANTONIO MARGARITO (boxing) - This is going to be a very great event guys! Another great fight will be brought to you buy very own boxing champ Manny Pacquiao. Every time he has a fight, he bas been up bringing the pride of the nation. He was able to win all his 12 previous fights and he has surely shown his superb speed and discipline inside the ring. The boxer-politician Manny Pacquiao will fight against Antonio Margarito of Mexico for the WBC Super Welterweight world title. Their fight will take place at the Cowboy’s Stadium in Dallas, Texas
     THE BRAZEN BULL (thriller) - Lauren (Jennifer Tisdale) and her real-estate investor fiancé, Tyler (David Frank Fletcher Jr.), find themselves at the mercy of a confoundingly sane madman (Michael Madsen) in this unusual indie thriller about the horrors of using restraint when it comes to revenge. They say that pain, if expertly applied, can bring out the truth. But how much pain can the sadistic killer's captives stand before they're pushed too far?
     ONLY THE BRAVE (action & adventure) - This is the tale of the all-volunteer 100th/442nd Regimental Combat Team, a platoon of second-generation Japanese-American soldiers that would become among the most decorated units in World War II. Facing terrible odds -- and the distrust of their adopted homeland -- these brave men were instrumental in the rescue of the famous Texas "Lost Battalion," a fight that would cost more than 800 men their lives. Jason Scott Lee and director Lane Nishikawa star.
     THE SEARCH FOR SANTA PAWS (children & family) - In this prequel to Disney's holiday hit Santa Buddies, Santa Claus (Richard Riehle) and puppy Paws (voice of Zachary Gordon) become best friends as they team up to spread the spirit of Christmas in New York City. But when Santa's memory fades, it's Paws who must save the holiday -- with a little help from orphan Quinn (Kaitlyn Maher), her friend Will (Madison Pettis) and a group of chatty canines.
     THE KIDS ARE ALL ALRIGHT (comedy) - The children of same-sex parents Nic (Annette Bening) and Jules (Julianne Moore), Joni (Mia Wasikowska) and Laser (Josh Hutcherson), become curious about the identity of their sperm-donor dad (Mark Ruffalo) and set out to make him part of their family unit -- with frequently comical results. With his arrival, the household dynamics quickly become complicated, and nobody's quite sure where or how he fits in, if at all.
     SILENT SAM (action & adventure) - When a drug bust devolves into a shootout, longtime cop Sam Ramirez (Richard Collier) puts a bullet into the brother (Tony Porfilio) of powerful mob boss Vincent Gallo (John Connolly). The killing turns Ramirez into a wanted man -- by the Mafia and the police, who've issued a warrant for his arrest. Watch for Carol Potter (of "Beverly Hills, 90210") as a uniformed officer in this action-driven tale of revenge.
     NIGHT CATCHES US (drama) - After growing up during the tumultuous 1960s, ex-Black Panther Marcus (Anthony Mackie) returns to his home in Philadelphia in 1978 and reconnects with Pat (Kerry Washington), the widow of a Panther leader. Marcus befriends Pat's young daughter and attempts to conquer his demons. Interfering with Marcus's good intentions are the neighborhood's continuing racial and social conflicts, as well as old enemies and friends -- both with scores to settle.
     DESPICABLE ME (children & family) - Villainous Gru (Steve Carell) lives up to his reputation as a despicable, deplorable and downright unlikable guy when he hatches a plan to steal the moon from the sky. But he has a tough time staying on task after three orphans land in his care. Julie Andrews voices the role of Gru's malevolent mother in this comical, animated tale with Jason Segel, Kristen Wiig, Will Arnett and Danny McBride rounding out the ensemble cast.
     STONE (thriller) - Edward Norton plays a convicted arsonist who hopes to get out of prison early by putting to work the seductive talents of his beautiful wife, Lucetta (Milla Jovovich). Robert DeNiro plays the parole officer who is the target of the couple's cat-and-mouse scheming. John Curran (The Painted Veil) directs this subtle psychological thriller based on the play by screenwriter Angus MacLachlan (Junebug).
     THE TRIAL (drama) - Following the death of his wife and sons, small-town lawyer "Mac" McClain (Matthew Modine) has lost the will to live, but he sets aside despair to defend young Pete Thomason (Randy Wayne) in a high-stakes case involving first-degree murder. In this courtroom drama that finds Pete accused of killing his girlfriend, unyielding prosecutor Joe Whetstone (Bob Gunton) seeks the death penalty, and McClain pursues redemption for the boy and for himself.
     LOCKED DOWN (action & adventure) - When undercover cop Danny (Tony Schiena) gets framed on the job with illegal narcotics, he's sent to serve his time in prison, where he gets pulled into a dangerous subculture of underground cage fighting. But he can't reveal his true identity to anyone. Vinnie Jones co-stars in this gritty actioner as Anton Vargas, a tough-talking former Mafia boss turned inmate who runs the place like a well-oiled machine.
     SUPERMAN/SHAZAM: THE RETURN OF BLACK ADAM (animation) - This collection of DC Showcase animated shorts boasts the teaming-up of two of DC's most powerful heroes -- Superman (voiced by George Newbern) and Captain Marvel (Jerry O'Connell) -- as they battle villain Black Adam (Arnold Vosloo) and cope with the ethics of utilizing superpowers. Billy Batson, who assumes the mantle of Captain Marvel, turns to Superman for guidance on the moral implications of seeking justice ... or is it revenge?
     DEADFALL TRAIL (thriller) - John (Slade Hall) and his friends Paul (Cavin Gray Schneider) and Julian (Shane Dean) embark on a survivalist excursion -- and psychedelic journey -- in Arizona's Kaibab National Forest. But when their vacation goes horribly awry, they're forced to battle nature -- and each other. The more experienced Julian is angry with John for bringing Paul, a camping novice, but Paul quickly learns how to fend for himself when tragedy strikes.
     CHATROOM (thriller) - Five teenage chat buddies engage in a deadly game of cat and mouse as charismatic online predator William (Aaron Johnson) discovers his next victim in Jim (Matthew Beard), and Jim's friends Eva (Imogen Poots), Emily (Hannah Murray) and Mo (Daniel Kaluuya) try to free him from the clutches of the nefarious manipulator. Their online world bleeds into reality in this psychological thriller directed by Hideo Nakata.
     KNUCKLEHEAD (comedy) - Drowning in gambling debts to his bookie, Memphis (Dennis Farina), former mixed martial arts champ Eddie (Mark Feuerstein) starts training gentle giant Walter (The Big Show) for a high-stakes fighting competition with a $100,000 grand prize that would solve all of their problems. Filmed on location in New Orleans, this WWE-produced comedy adventure also features Melora Hardin, Wendie Malick and Bobb'e J. Thompson.
     LEGEND OF THE BONEKNAPPER DRAGON (children & family) - When Gobber's house burns down, the old Viking is convinced that his nemesis, the legendary Boneknapper Dragon, is responsible. Bent on revenge, Gobber resolves to hunt it down once and for all, despite the fact that no one believes the dragon exists. Regardless, Hiccup and the gang decide to accompany him for his own good. On the sea voyage, Gobber tells the story of his rivalry with the beast, which gets sillier with each episode. When the gang find themselves shipwrecked on the suspected island of the beast, they are about to learn the truth about the dragon. (16 minutes)
     KATT WILLIAMS 9 LIVES (documentary) - Learn about the amazing life and career of Katt Williams in this fantastic program that examines how he has become one of the most popular comedians working today. Featuring rare footage of his early stand-up performances and behind-the-scenes clips, this release will teach you about Williams' unique approach to entertaining.
     JUNKYARD DOG (thriller) - Inspired by actual events, JUNKYARD DOG is a gritty psychological-horror-thriller that delves the demented mind of a cannibalistic serial rapist who kidnaps his tenth victim. JUNKYARD DOG tells the terror-filled tale of Audra Buckman, a nineteen year-old college co-ed, trapped in a month-long nightmare, struggling to stay alive and uneaten while being held captive. Audra's only hope of escape from this hell is Samantha Deatherage, a tough FBI agent who is sent on a solo assignment to search for the missing girl.
     TERROR TRAP (thriller) - Driving to a weekend getaway, a car breakdown strands Don and Nancy (David James Elliot and Heather Marsden) while passing through a small, rural Louisiana town. The town’s inhospitable Sheriff (Jeff Fahey) finds the couple on the roadside and directs them to a nearby motel for the night. The hapless young couple soon discover that there is no escape from this town where corrupt law enforcement, and sick and violent rednecks rule.
     INCEPTION (Sci-fi & fantasy) - Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) cuts a deal with Saito (Ken Watanabe) and agrees to use his ability to enter people's dreams for a special assignment involving business titan Robert Fischer Jr. (Cillian Murphy). Along for the labyrinth-infused ride is Cobb's new mind "architect," Ariadne (Ellen Page). Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Tom Hardy, Tom Berenger and Dileep Rao also star in this sci-fi thriller from writer-director Christopher Nolan.
     EX$PENDABLE (crime drama) - Police informant Raffy-el thinks he's gotten the upper hand on cops and crooks alike when he obtains a master list of all the snitches the Philadelphia police have working for them. Instead, he discovers he's been played. Now he and his brother, Salim, must elude the corrupt cops and fellow criminals who are hunting them down. Taral Hicks, Gillie Da Kid and Omillio Sparks star in this gripping crime drama.
     THE AMERICAN (thriller) - On the heels of a rough assignment, assassin Jack (George Clooney) declares that his next job will be his last. Dispatched to a small Italian town to await further orders, Jack embarks on a double life that may be more relaxing than is good for him. Although duty will surely call, Jack becomes friends with Father Benedetto (Paolo Bonacelli) and falls for villager Clara (Violante Placido) in this suspense thriller directed by Anton Corbijn.
     THE SOCIAL NETWORK (drama) - David Fincher's biographical drama chronicles the meteoric rise of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg) from Harvard sophomore to Internet superstar, examining his relationships with co-founder Eduardo Saverin (Andrew Garfield) and Napster founder Sean Parker (Justin Timberlake). Aaron Sorkin penned the screenplay based on Ben Mezrich's best-seller The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook.
     LOTTERY TICKET (comedy) - Kevin Carson (Bow Wow), a young man living in the projects, dreams of having his life changed by winning the lottery -- as do all his neighbors -- but when Kevin finally hits it big, he must keep his good luck secret until he can claim the prize. Thrilled to be in possession of the $370 million ticket, Kevin endeavors to keep his scheming and sometimes hostile neighbors at bay in this uproarious comedy co-starring Ice Cube.
     EAT PRAY LOVE (drama) - Julia Roberts stars in this adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's best-selling memoir about coping with a depressing divorce. After deciding to reshape her life, Liz (Roberts) travels the world in search of direction. She heads to Italy, India and Bali, indulging in delicious cuisine while seeking the true meaning of self-love, family, friendship and forgiveness. Along the way, she meets a bevy of characters and, possibly, her true love.
     DAMNED BY DAWN (horror) - When young Claire (Renee Willner) ignores her dying grandmother's warning not to meddle with the power of the banshee who shuttles souls to the afterlife, the angry spirit unleashes a terrible cry that causes the dead to rise from their graves and walk the earth. Can Claire save herself before the marauding corpses condemn her body and soul to hell? Dawn Klingberg co-stars in this gruesome horror film from director Brett Anstey.
     THE WAY HOME (faith & spirituality) - Christal Simpkins (Lori Beth Edgeman) has long wished that her husband, Randy (Dean Cain), were more devoted to his family than to his job. But Randy's workaholism wreaks havoc on everyone when she leaves him in charge of their 2-year-old son, Joe, and the child goes missing. Based on a true story, this inspiring tale charts the coming together of an entire community to bring the baby home safely.
     THE BOONDOCKS SEASON 3 {3-DISC SET} (animated comedy) - As his troublemaking younger brother, Riley, and wise-cracking Granddad pursue their own harebrained schemes, thoughtful and intelligent 10-year old Huey continues drawing attention to issues he cares about like race relations and social justice. Season 3 of this animated social satire finds Huey joining a kickball team, Riley unscrupulously setting up a bogus fundraiser and Granddad smoking weed to reduce his stress.
     WALL STREET MONEY NEVER SLEEPS (drama) - Trader Jake (Shia LaBeouf) tries to mend the broken relationship between his fiancée, Winnie (Carey Mulligan), and her father, Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas), while avenging the fate of his mentor, Lou (Frank Langella), by getting close to Wall Street's new megalomaniac, Bretton James (Josh Brolin). Centered on the 2008 financial crisis, director Oliver Stone's follow-up is a modern-day ode to unfettered capitalism and, of course, greed.
     A GOLDEN CHRISTMAS (children & family) - A boy and girl share a special summer together. Years later, when each finds that life didn't turn out as expect, they return to the place that made them so happy as children. With the help of a Golden Retriever, each of them may be able to get over their troubles and find love.
     13 HRS. (horror)  - A full moon hangs in the night sky and lightning streaks across dark storm clouds. Sarah Tyler returns to her troubled family home in the isolated countryside, for a much put-off visit. As the storm rages on, Sarah, her family and friends shore up for the night, cut off from the outside world. But something comes out of the driving rain and darkness. Something that holds a dark secret so devastating that, in one night, it could wipe out the entire family.
     THE SWITCH (comedy) - Still single and increasingly attuned to the cacophony of her biological clock, 40-something Kassie (Jennifer Aniston) decides that if she can't find a mate she'll still pursue motherhood with the help of a sperm sample that's not quite as anonymous as she thinks. As the baby grows up, Kassie's best friend, Wally (Jason Bateman), agonizes over whether to reveal that he secretly replaced the donor sample with his own DNA.
     BORN TO RAISE HELL (action & adventure) - A hard core Interpol Agent is assigned to an Eastern European task force to target gun trafficking and dope running throughout the Balkans. While investigating a Russian gun dealer, his team is caught in a bloody street war between a Gypsy gang and the Russians, leaving one task force member dead. Fueled with vengeance, he leads us on an action packed thrill ride while avenging his friend's death.
     MY FRIEND BERNARD (children & family) - Bernard, a polar bear who finds life in civilisation isnt all its cracked up to be, often in rather violent contact with characters (other animals, like his nemesis, a lizard) and objects, though always in a truly amusing way. Although to some it may seem a waste of technology, three minutes of falling, bumping and devices not working, to the trained eye it will reveal some not too shabby entertainment.
     THE TORTURED (HORROR) - An upper-middle-class couple's life is destroyed when their only child is kidnapped and killed. Obsessed with revenge, the couple seizes an opportunity to kidnap the killer.
     CATS AND DOGS: THE REVENGE OF KITTY GALORE (children & family) - Cats and dogs must set aside their differences and merge animal instincts when Kitty Galore (voice of Bette Midler), a nefarious feline with a Cleopatra complex, decides to claw her way to global domination in this sequel to 2001's Cats & Dogs. It's spy vs. spy as Butch, Diggs and their calico crew attempt to foil Kitty's hair-raising high jinks while bumbling human companions Shane (Chris O'Donnell) and Chuck (Jack McBrayer) get underfoot.
     WINTER'S BONE (drama) - In this noir drama set deep in Ozark territory, resilient teenager Ree Dolly (Jennifer Lawrence) goes on the trail of her missing drug-dealing father when his absence jeopardizes the safety of their family. The deadbeat dad has a critical court date pending, and Ree is determined that he make it -- despite the objections of the insular Dolly clan. Director Debra Granik's unflinching drama won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.
     KILL SPEED (action & adventure) - In this high-octane, youth oriented, “TOP GUN” meets “FAST & FURIOUS” tale about best friends who fly home-built, high-tech planes to deliver Mexican manufactured crystal meth throughout rural California in order to fund their Hollywood, rock-star lifestyle. That is until a beautiful young woman who is not what she pretends to be infiltrates their group.
     NIGHT OF THE DEMONS (horror) - When she set out to throw the ultimate Halloween party, Angela Feld (Shannon Elizabeth) picked the spookiest site she could find: the rumored-to-be-cursed Broussard Mansion. But by "ultimate," she didn't mean for it to be her last. Still, thanks to gates that have inexplicably locked, Angela and her friends (Edward Furlong, Monica Keena, Bobbi Sue Luther, John F. Beach, Michael Copon and Diora Baird) are now trapped inside with no way out.
     DEVIL'S PLAYGROND (horror) - As the world succumbs to a zombie apocalypse, Cole a hardened mercenary, is chasing the one person who can provide a cure. Not only to the plague but to Cole's own incumbent destiny. DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND is a cutting edge British horror film that features zombies portrayed by free runners for a terrifyingly authentic representation of the undead
     THE LEGION OF EXTRAORDINARY DANCERS (action & adventure) - This unique Web series combines breathtaking dancing and a taut storyline about the Legion of Extraordinary Dancers: a group of former nobodies who suddenly acquire superpowers and face off against shadowy enemies. Injured ex-soldier Sp3cimen (Chadd Smith), widowed nurse Autumn (Pandora), petty criminal Jimmy Angel (Travis Wong) and the other members of the LXD seek to unlock the mystery of their newfound abilities.
     LOST BOYS THE THIRST (horror) - In this second-generation Lost Boys sequel, Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander reprise their roles as vampire-hunting brothers Edgar and Alan Frog, who agree to help an author (Tanit Phoenix) who pens vampire novels find her missing brother. Turns out he's been sucked into a dangerous world of underground raves, where a mysterious DJ (Seb Castang) reigns over a dance floor teeming with the undead.
     ANIMAL KINGDOM (drama) - When his mother dies suddenly, a 17-year-old boy (James Frecheville) finds himself drawn into the clutches of a diabolical criminal family, until a good-hearted detective (Guy Pearce) makes a concerted effort to change the boy's fate. Australian writer-director David Michôd's first feature-length drama won the World Cinema Jury Prize: Dramatic at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
     RED (action & adventure) - After trading in his professional past as a black-ops CIA agent for a new identity, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is basking in normalcy. But he's forced to return to old habits when a shadowy assassin puts a target on his back and goes after the woman (Mary-Louise Parker) he loves. Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren and John Malkovich co-star as former members of Moses's team who reluctantly reassemble to save his life.
     HUNT TO KILL (action & adventure) - U.S. Border Patrol agent Jim Rhodes (Steve Austin), a deadly hunter whose only weak spot is his daughter, Kim (Marie Avgeropoulos), is forced to take violent revenge when a group of desperate thieves, led by the wily Banks (Gil Bellows), kidnaps Kim after a robbery. Banks demands that Rhodes lead them on foot through treacherous terrain to freedom across the border, but when he's crossed, Rhodes can't contain his fury.
     ONCE FALLEN (ddrama) - After getting out of prison, Chance (Brian Presley) wants nothing other than to lead a law-abiding life. But living links to his criminal past -- including his still-imprisoned father, Liam (Ed Harris) -- conspire to pull Chance in the opposite direction. At the same time that he's trying to fashion a new place for himself in society, Chance must also absorb the recently acquired knowledge that he's the father of a 5-year-old boy.
     THE HOLE (horror) - In the basement of their new home, young brothers Dane (Chris Massoglia) and Lucas (Nathan Gamble) discover a mysterious trap door. With their neighbor, Julie (Haley Bennett), the boys pry open the ominous barrier and find a bottomless hole, which leads them to excruciating pain and misery. Directed by veteran fright master Joe Dante, this startling movie also stars Teri Polo as the siblings' mother.
     CHERRY TREE LANE (thriller) - Prosperous professional couple Mike and Christine are settling in for a standard evening of wine, TV and low-level marital hostility when a ring on their doorbell changes everything. Turns out their son Sebastian is in a little trouble with some local boys, who are quite prepared to camp out and wait for him to get home. The resulting culture-clash chamber drama is raw, revealing and nerve-splittingly tense.
     KING OF THE AVENUE (thriller) - Selling his soul to the devil seems like the best decision successful Miami drug lord Taz (Simon Rex) has ever made. That is, until the devil shows up in the flesh -- looking exactly like Taz's dead stepfather (Ving Rhames) -- in search of a little return on his investment. Now, Taz would trade anything in exchange for his freedom -- even the power and money he's amassed thanks to the evil arrangement.
     SHAUN THE SHEEP: PARTY ANIMALS (children & family) - When party time turns into panic time on the farm, all of the animals -- including Bitzer, Timmy and Shirley -- turn to Shaun for help. With an easygoing manner and an endless supply of ideas, Shaun tries to lead his barnyard buddies to safety. In this collection of episodes, a huge pillow fight breaks out, and the animals don disguises in order to trick the Farmer into thinking they're his friends
     HOLY ROLLERS (drama) - Inspired by a true story, director Kevin Asch's film tells the story of Sam Gold (Jesse Eisenberg), a young Hasidic Jew from Brooklyn who breaks with Orthodox tradition when he becomes an intercontinental Ecstasy smuggler for an Israeli drug cartel. A blend of neurotic coming-of-age dramedy and tense crime thriller, the film features Justin Bartha ("National Treasure") as Sam's pal Yosef and hip-hop recording artist Q-Tip in a supporting role.
     LOVE RANCH (drama) - Inspired by the story of the couple who introduced legalized prostitution to Nevada with the opening of their Mustang Ranch brothel, this Taylor Hackford-directed drama focuses on the devastating consequences of infidelity in the land of sex for pay. Helen Mirren stars as Grace Botempo; Joe Pesci plays her husband, Charlie; and Sergio Peris-Mencheta plays the boxer who, on entering their world, sets into motion a violent chain of events.
     GANGSTER'S PARADISE (drama) - With dreams of making enough to buy his seaside dream house, young Lucky Kunene (Rapulana Seiphemo) adopts a small-time criminal lifestyle that balloons into big-time crime, attracting the attention of local law enforcement and stoking the ire of a powerful drug lord. Writer Ralph Ziman also directs this gritty tale of desperation and blind ambition set in the shadow of apartheid-era South Africa and inspired by a true story.
     THE LOVED ONES (horror) - Troubled high school senior Brent's (Xavier Samuel) plans to spend prom night with his caring girlfriend, Holly (Victoria Thaine), go awry when secret admirer Lola (Robin McLeavy) and her father kidnap him for their own macabre evening in this spine-chiller. Now Brent is in for the battle of his life as he tries to escape while fighting against syringes, nails, power drills and more accessories of his captor's twisted take on prom night.
     RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (horror) - The Undead Apocalypse continues unabated as super-soldier Alice (Milla Jovovich) finds her way to a supposed sanctuary in Los Angeles, which may just be a deadly trap set for her by the ruthless Umbrella Corporation. The fourth film in Paul W.S. Anderson's blood-soaked saga finds Alice teaming up with Claire (Ali Larter) and Chris (Wentworth Miller) and a handful of stragglers to save what's left of humanity.
     PIRANHA (horror) - Ravenous piranhas with razor-sharp teeth terrorize Lake Havasu vacationers in director Alexandre Aja's remake of Joe Dante's campy 1978 horror film, itself a satire of Steven Spielberg's Jaws. When an earthquake tears open the bottom of Lake Havasu, schools of carnivorous piranhas are released from their underwater lair, and the lake turns into a bloody, frenzied death trap for unwitting water-goers.
     MIRRORS 2 (horror) - In this sequel to the horror-thriller Mirrors, a security guard (Nick Stahl) working the night shift unwittingly discovers a portal to another dimension and starts having visions of a young woman who was murdered long ago. At first, he assumes what he's seeing is a figment of his own imagination. But when the vengeful girl's spirit begins claiming innocent victims, he's got concrete reasons to fear for his life.
  (thriller) - The clock is counting down in this thriller from directors Noel Clarke and Mark Davis, in which four young women have three days to navigate two cities in their one chance to extricate themselves from a diamond heist into which they've stumbled. But with a fortune in stolen ice on the line, nobody's looking to let them off the hook. Emma Roberts, Tamsin Egerton, Ophelia Lovibond and Shanika Warren-Markland star.
     THE LAST AIRBENDER (sci-fi & fantasy) - In a world ravaged by the Fire nation's aggression toward the peaceful Air, Water and Earth nations, reluctant youth Aang (Noah Ringer) learns that he's an Avatar -- a rare being who can manipulate all four elements and restore peace to the planet. Now Aang must join with his pal Katara (Nicola Peltz) and other allies to fulfill his destiny. M. Night Shyamalan directs this live-action adaptation of the animated series "Avatar: The Last Airbender."
     JONAH HEX (action & adventure) - Enlisted by a Union soldier (Will Arnett), scarred bounty hunter Jonah Hex (Josh Brolin) scours the Wild West in pursuit of Turnbull (John Malkovich), a crazed voodoo master with a scheme to assemble a devastating weapon that will destroy the government and lift the Confederacy. Based on the cult DC Comics hero, this action Western co-stars Michael Shannon as strange circus impresario Doc Cross Williams and Megan Fox as beautiful gunslinger Lilah.
     DROP DEAD GORGEOUS (comedy) - Aspiring model, Cynthia, becomes the focus of a documentary when she is chosen as the face for the world’s biggest fashion designer, Claudio. However, there is concern she may have recently eaten, and doesn’t quite have ‘the look’. Eager to please, she accidentally overdoses an dies on set! What to do? Deadlines loom and they’ll cost millions in penalties if they are missed. Should they shoot on? Is using a corpse art? A statement of society? Is it practical? Will anyone actually say no?
     LYING TO BE PERFECT (comedy) - When magazine editor Nola Devlin (Poppy Montgomery) and her friends form an alliance to shed their extra weight once and for all, they agree to follow the guidance of advice columnist Belinda Apple -- who, unbeknownst to the others, is none other than Nola herself. But as the pounds start to slip away, the group's emotional defenses also start to fall. Gary Harvey helms this Lifetime original film that co-stars Audrey Wasilewski.
     THE PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR I WAS A PENGUIN ZOMBIE (children & family) - Under the direction of their overly confident leader Skipper, unreliable science specialist Kowalski, demolitions expert Rico and clueless accomplice Private battle to keep the Central Park Zoo safe from zombies, robots and other frightening enemies. During each of their madcap missions, the Penguins inevitably run into trouble with their annoying nemesis King Julien, the zoo's pint-sized party animal. This collection includes eight episodes.
     LEGENDARY (drama) - Fed up with fending off bullies, bookish teen Cal Chetley (Devon Graye) joins his high school's wrestling team with hopes that his older brother, Mike (WWE star John Cena) - a gifted athlete who wrestled in high school and college - will want to whip him into shape. Trouble is, the brothers haven't had much of a relationship since their father was killed in a car accident and Mike left Cal and their mother behind.
     A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (horror) - Samuel Bayer directs this reinvention of Wes Craven's 1984 slasher classic about Freddy Krueger, a serial killer who crosses the boundary between dreams and the waking world to gut his victims with his razor-sharp blade-fingered glove. As Nancy (Rooney Mara) and her pals fight for their lives, they also uncover clues to a shocking secret from their past. Jackie Earle Haley takes on the iconic role of Freddy.
     PREDATORS (sci-fi & fantasy) - Rugged mercenary Royce (Adrien Brody) inherits command of an elite team of human fighters -- including dorky-but-dangerous Edwin (Topher Grace) and tough-but-beautiful Isabelle (Alice Braga) -- as they are hunted by a race of ruthless alien trackers known as Predators. Director Nimród Antal's sci-fi action explosion, which also stars Laurence Fishburne and an uzi-toting Danny Trejo, is a direct sequel to the 1987 blockbuster Predator.
     30 DAYS OF NIGHT DARK DAYS (horror) - Based on the popular comic book miniseries, this harrowing thriller follows Stella (Kiele Sanchez) after her ordeal in Barrow, Alaska, at the hands of rapacious vampires. Grieving for her dead husband, Stella craves revenge. With the aid of some eccentric vampire hunters, Stella travels to Los Angeles to stalk Lilith (Mia Kirshner), the dangerous queen vampire responsible for the attack on Barrow. Ben Ketai directs this sequel to 30 Days of Night.
     MACHETE (action & adventure) - Hired to assassinate a politician, vigilante and ex-Federale Machete (Danny Trejo) nearly dies when a sniper shoots him during the job. Out for revenge, he's joined by a reluctant old buddy (Cheech Marin) who's become a pacifist priest. Written and co-directed by Robert Rodriguez, this homage to exploitation films based on his fake trailer in Grindhouse co-stars Robert De Niro, Michelle Rodriguez, Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Alba and Steven Seagal.
     SPACE CHIMPS 2 ZARTOG STRIKES BACK (children & family) - After accidentally blasting off on a solo mission to Planet Malgor and kicking it with his new friend Kilowatt, brainy techno-chimp Comet attempts to prove his bravery by teaming up with his simian comrades to defeat evil alien leader Zartog. Chock-full of silly jokes and thrilling action sequences, this animated adventure will delight kids as it plays up the quirky characteristics of Comet's best buddies Ham, Luna and Captain Titan.
     OUTRAGE BORN IN TERROR (thriller) - Armed with the knowledge that she has to sell her family's Georgia hunting lodge, Christine (Katie Fountain) treats her friends (Ace Cruz, Natasha Lyonne and Derek Lee Nixon) to a vacation in the woods. But it could literally be the last one they'll ever take when they realize that the house is already occupied. Suddenly, Christine is reliving a traumatic nightmare that she thought she'd left behind in childhood. Michael Madsen co-stars.
     SCOOBY-DOO CAMP SCARE (children & family) - Mysterious occurrences at the Whirlen Merlin Magic Academy send Scooby and his friends on a mission to make sure that Daphne's sister Melissa, who's enrolled at the school, isn't in any danger. The whole gang comes along to try to sort out the situation. Even though they specialize in investigating spooky situations, reports that a dragon has been spotted in the neighborhood have everyone on edge -- especially Scooby.
     GET HIM TO THE GREEK (comedy) - Ambitious young record company intern Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) will let nothing get in the way of his planned rise to the top in the music business -- not even the unruly rock star (Russell Brand) he must escort to Los Angeles for the start of his anniversary concert. Doing whatever it takes to get the rocker from Point A to Point B, Aaron encounters all manners of mishaps in this comedy directed by Nicholas Stoller and produced by Judd Apatow.
     KNIGHT AND DAY (action & adventure) - Perpetually unlucky in love, June (Cameron Diaz) becomes intrigued by a mysterious man (Tom Cruise), who unexpectedly drags her into a whirlwind adventure involving devious enemies, life-threatening confrontations and a major discovery that may alter the future of humankind. Directed by James Mangold, this exhilarating action-comedy also features Peter Sarsgaard, Paul Dano, Maggie Grace and Viola Davis.    
     EVERY DAY (comedy) - Ned (Liev Schreiber) is in the throes of a mid-life crisis. His work as a writer on an outrageous, semi-pornographic TV show is less than satisfying. His fifteen year old son has just told him he is gay and his eleven year old is afraid of, well pretty much everything. When his wife, Jeannie (Helen Hunt), moves her sick and embittered father (Brian Dennehy) from Detroit into their home in NY, it puts added stress on an already strained marriage.
     THE TRAVELER (thriller) - On a dark Christmas Eve in a small town, the lone Sheriffs on the night shift encounter a mysterious man who goes by the name of Mr. Nobody. As the night progresses, the Sheriffs discover that this isn't just a nobody, but a vengeful killer whose past threatens to haunt them all.
     BENEATH HILL 60 (drama) - The extraordinary true story of Oliver Woodward. It's 1916 and Woodward must tear himself from his new young love to go to the mud and carnage of the Western Front. Deep beneath the German lines. Woodward and his secret platoon of Australian tunnelers fight to defend a leaking, labyrinthine tunnel system packed with enough high explosives to change the course of the War.
     SUPERMAN/BATMAN APOCALYPSE (animation) - Endowed with powers equal to Superman's, Supergirl splashes down on Earth in the midst of a hail of Kryptonite. No sooner has she landed than the problems begin for the Caped Crusader, who must rescue her when Darkseid nabs her. To thwart Darkseid's plans to make Supergirl one of his Female Furies, Batman must join forces with Superman to confront the powerful enemies Darkseid has assembled around his control center in Apokolips.
     THE CHOSEN ONE (religous comedy) - When beaten-down car salesman Paul (Rob Schneider) decides that his life is meaningless, fate intervenes to put a new spin on things: A mysterious band of strangers appears at his door to tell him he's got it all wrong. In fact, the entire world has been thrown out of balance, and they're there seeking the Chosen One -- the one soul who can set the universe right. With no better plan, Paul begins keeping an eye out for his moment of destiny.
     MILLERS CROSSING (crime drama) - Trusted adviser to 1920s Irish crime boss Lee O'Bannon, Tom Reagan's loyalty is tested when he takes up with O'Bannon's gal pal, Verna Bernbaum. Meanwhile, rivals Johnny Caspar and Eddie Dane threaten O'Bannon's racket. Gabriel Byrne, John Turturro, Albert Finney, Steve Buscemi, Jon Polito, J.E. Freeman and Marcia Gay Harden star in this marvelously crafted, unnerving crime-era epic helmed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen.
     AFRO SAMURAI RESURRECTION (animation) - Samuel L. Jackson returns for a second action-packed season as the voice of the tortured titular character of this groundbreaking hip-hop-infused anime series, inspired by the work of manga artist Takashi Okazaki. When he learns that the body of his father has been stolen from its grave, Afro and his sidekick, Ninja Ninja (also voiced by Jackson), set off a bloody trek through futuristic Japan to exact revenge.
     FROZEN (thriller) - Three friends hit the slopes for a weekend of skiing and snowboarding. But when they convince the chairlift operator to let them take one last run before closing, Parker (Emma Bell), Joe (Shawn Ashmore) and Dan (Kevin Zegers) find themselves stranded in midair, alone and freezing. It'll be days before anyone returns to the slopes, and their chances of survival are looking slimmer by the minute. Adam Green directs this taut thriller.
     JACKIE CHAN: KUNG FU MASTER (martial arts) - Kung fu master Jackie Chan stars as himself in this feel-good story about a 15-year-old Chinese martial arts student (Yishan Zhang) who seeks out the world-famous movie star for fighting lessons. But tracking down Chan proves to be the challenge of a lifetime. In the process of looking for Jackie, he finds far more shenanigans than he expected! This comic actioner also includes cameos from Bing Bai, Jing-wei Tu and Di Yao.
     THE LEGEND IS BORN: IP MAN (martial arts) - is the unofficial prequel to the first 2 films and takes place before the events of Ip Man, revolving around the childhood and teenage years of the legendary Wing Chun master. It has also sold itself as a more true-to-life take on Ip Man’s life, going as far to cast Ip Chun, the eldest son of the master himself in the movie.
     PRINCESS KAIULANI (drama) - Lush scenery and gorgeous photography highlight this bio of Princess Kaiulani (Q'Orianka Kilcher), a 19th-century Hawaiian princess raised in England but determined to maintain her people's independence from aggressive American businessmen. After being sent to England as a child by her Scottish father, Kaiulani returns to Hawaii and becomes a political activist who fights to retain her throne, even though she must leave her English paramour.
     BARBIE: A FASHION FAIRYTALE (children & family) - This contemporary animated fairy tale finds Barbie dashing off to Paris to save her aunt's struggling fashion house and -- thanks to magical fairy-muses Shim'r, Glim'r and Shyn'r -- she comes up with a plan to save the day: a fabulous runway show. With a shy clothing designer named Alice pitching in to help, Barbie proves that success comes from hard work and, most importantly, believing in yourself.
     TINKER BELL and the GREAT FAIRY RESCUE (children & family) - When a clever young girl traps Tinker Bell (voiced by Mae Whitman) and holds her captive, the other magical fairies must launch a daring rescue mission to set her free. But as Tink anxiously waits for her friends to arrive, she unexpectedly befriends her captor. Featuring the vocal talents to Michael Sheen, Kristin Chenoweth, Lucy Liu and Raven-Symoné, this animated adventure demonstrates the unstoppable power of faith, trust and pixie dust.
     WRATH OF CAIN (crime drama) - A former kingpin of the streets, Miles "Cain" Skinner (Ving Rhames) is doing life in prison. He is feared and respected among the inmates. When Cain learns that his sentence will be shortened only by brain cancer, his urgency to change his ways goes into overdrive. His only desire is to save his two feuding sons, also inmates, from each other. Warden Dean is the only man that can help Cain with the redemption he seeks, but it comes with a price.
     TWELVE (crime drama) - High school dropout White Mike (Chace Crawford) is living large as a dealer of weed and an Ecstasy-like pill called Twelve to rich teens in New York's Upper East Side. But Mike's luck turns fast when his cousin is killed and his best friend is arrested for the crime. Based on 17-year-old Nick McDonell's acclaimed 2002 novel, this gripping drama also stars Emma Roberts, Rory Culkin, Kiefer Sutherland and 50 Cent.
     DOG POUND (crime drama) - At a spirit-crushing juvenile correctional facility, teenage offenders Butch (Adam Butcher), Davis (Shane Kippel) and Angel (Mateo Morales) desperately struggle to steer clear of trouble while simultaneously confronting violent challenges from aggressive inmates and abusive adults. Director Kim Chapiron's intense drama also stars Lawrence Bayne as Goodyear, a stern yet ultimately understanding guard.
     MIKE EPPS PRESENTS: LIVE FROM CLUB NOKIA (stand-up) - This hilarious stand-up showcase filmed live at a sold-out Club Nokia in Las Vegas delivers guffaws by the truckload, thanks to a talented crop of comedians that includes Henry Welch, Lil G, Vanessa Fraction and Gary Owen. With funnyman-actor-entertainer Mike Epps (The Hangover) behind the wheel, it's a guaranteed evening of gut busting that tackles any topic -- big, small or taboo -- to find a good joke.
     IRON MAN 2 (action & adventure) - Wealthy inventor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) -- aka Iron Man -- resists calls by the American government to hand over his technology. Meanwhile, Ivan Vanko (Mickey Rourke) has constructed his own miniaturized arc reactor, causing all kinds of problems for our superhero. Sam Rockwell, Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson, Don Cheadle and Samuel L. Jackson co-star in director Jon Favreau's sequel based on Marvel comic book characters.
     MOTHER AND CHILD (drama) - Fifty-year-old Karen (Annette Bening) regrets giving up her daughter, Elizabeth (Naomi Watts), for adoption; years later, Elizabeth questions her own approach to life. Their stories intersect with that of Lucy (Kerry Washington), who hopes to fulfill her dreams of motherhood through adoption. Rodrigo García writes and directs this drama about parenting, sacrifice, romance and self-fulfillment. Eileen Ryan and Samuel L. Jackson co-star.
     LETTERS TO JULIET (romance) - By responding to a letter addressed to Shakespeare's tragic heroine Juliet Capulet, a young American woman (Amanda Seyfried) vacationing in Verona, Italy, sets in motion a series of events that leads her -- and the missive's lovelorn author (Vanessa Redgrave) -- in search of romance. Directed by Gary Winick, this deeply tender and uplifting drama also features Gael García Bernal and Franco Nero.
     THE KING OF FIGHTERS (action & adventure) - Kyo Kusanagi (Sean Faris), his rival Iori Yagami (Will Yun Lee) and other stars of the Japanese video game sensation King of Fighters come to adrenaline-filled life in this butt-kicking martial arts extravaganza from ace action auteur Gordon Chan. The exciting fighting-tournament adventure also stars David Leitch as Terry Bogard, Maggie Q as gorgeous Mai Shiranui and Ray Park as the powerful criminal Rugal Bernstein.
     MADE FOR EACH OTHER (comedy) - Frustrated that his new wife (Bijou Phillips) still hasn't slept with him, Danny (Christopher Masterson) has a fling with his sexy sister-in-law (Lauren German). When major regret creeps in, Danny tries to save his marriage and erase his guilt by finding a guy to bed his bride and thus even the score. This ribald comedy from director Daryl Goldberg co-stars Danny Masterson, Samm Levine and Patrick Warburton.
     ROBIN HOOD (action & adventure) - Russell Crowe stars as Robin Longstride in director Ridley Scott's big-budget twist on the celebrated legend. When soldier Robin happens upon the dying Robert of Loxley, he promises to return the man's sword to his family in Nottingham. There, he assumes Robert's identity; romances his widow, Marion (Cate Blanchett); and draws the ire of the town's sheriff (Matthew Macfadyen) and King John's henchman, Godfrey (Mark Strong).
     THE OTHER GUYS (comedy) - While an elite pair of New York City cops (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Samuel L. Jackson) nabs headlines for their amazing heroics, fellow boys in blue Allen (Will Ferrell) and Terry (Mark Wahlberg) toil in obscurity as lowly desk jockeys, until a big break finally gives them a chance to tackle real police work. Rob Riggle, Eva Mendes, Michael Keaton and Steve Coogan co-star in this action-packed comedy directed by Adam McKay.
     BEAR (thriller) - When their minivan breaks down in the middle of the woods, Nick (Brendan Michael Coughlin), Sam (Patrick Scott Lewis) and their lovely girlfriends soon find themselves trying to escape from an enraged grizzly bear, which will stop at nothing until each one of them is dead. Full of convincing action scenes, this gripping survival thriller features real-life bears instead of computer-generated
     THE EXPENDABLES (action & adventure) - Barney (Sylvester Stallone) leads a ragtag band of hired guns charged with overthrowing a South American despot, a job no official military unit is willing to touch. But once on the ground, the team learns there's more to the mission than they were told. Their next move determines whether they survive -- or are, indeed, expendable. Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Dolph Lundgren and Jet Li round out a stellar cast.
     MACGRUBER (comedy) - Based on the "Saturday Night Live" sketch, this action-packed comedy stars Will Forte as incompetent former special ops agent MacGruber. When he's called back into action to deactivate archenemy Dieter Von Cunth (Val Kilmer), MacGruber is on the case. Now, he must thwart Von Cunth's plans to destroy Washington, D.C., with a nuclear warhead. Kristen Wiig, Ryan Phillippe, Maya Rudolph and Powers Boothe co-star.
     THE CONFIDANT (thriller) - After spending 11 years locked up for a murder his best friend Nigel (Boris Kodjoe) committed, Jackson (David Banner) returns to collect the huge debt he's owed. But when gambling-addicted Nigel can't pay, Jackson plots to take everything he has. And Nigel's loyal wife, Eden (Kenya Moore) -- who's struggling with depression after a series of miscarriages -- is first on Jackson's list of reparations.
     STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE: GLIMMERBERRY BALL (children & family) - With winter on its way, Strawberry Shortcake and her best friends prepare to welcome the new season by attending the Glimmerberry Ball and exchanging gifts. But several last-minute problems threaten to put the celebration on ice. Fortunately, Strawberry and her pals band together to get to the bottom of things. This fun-filled animated adventure teaches young viewers about the importance of teamwork.
     THE DISAPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED (thriller) - Thinking they've cooked up the perfect crime, Vic (Eddie Marsan) and Danny (Martin Compston) abduct young heiress Alice Creed (Gemma Arterton), only to find their surefire plan unraveling as they attempt to negotiate a tidy ransom in director J Blakeson's twisty thriller. As the steely Alice lies tethered to a bed, an escalating battle of wills -- and wits -- ensues when setbacks shift the balance of power.
     FOUR LIONS (comedy) - Comedy writer Christopher Morris makes his feature directorial debut with this outrageous comedy about a group of young Islamic Brits who fancy themselves bloodthirsty jihadis of the first order. Co-written with Simon Blackwell, the film showcases Morris's satirical talents at their vicious best in a scathingly hilarious indictment of true believers and the social systems that create them. Viewers took note and bestowed it the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the L.A. Film Festival.
     A BOY CALLED DAD (drama) - Robbie's (Kyle Ward) carefree life is thrown for a loop when the 14-year-old discovers he's going to be a father. Traumatized by his own father Joe's (Ian Hart) absence, Robbie's determined to be a good dad to his newborn son. But when Joe shows up one day out of the blue, his sudden reemergence sends Robbie off the deep end, and soon the young father is launched headlong into a downward spiral of poor decisions and drastic measures.
     WILD TARGET (comedy) - When veteran hit man Victor Maynard (Bill Nighy) finds himself unable to kill his latest target, Rose (Emily Blunt), he winds up with an unexpected sidekick, Tony (Rupert Grint), who thinks Victor is a detective in this action-packed comedy from Britain. Now, with Rose and Tony tagging along, Victor tries to deal with the dual forces of his overbearing mother (Eileen Atkins) and a very angry client (Rupert Everett) who wants Rose dead.
     ABANDONED (thriller) - In this taut indie thriller, bank executive Mary Walsh (Brittany Murphy) finds her sanity in question when her boyfriend, Kevin Peterson (Dean Cain), mysteriously vanishes from a hospital where he was taken for outpatient surgery. Deemed unstable by a staff shrink after an administrator (Mimi Rogers) finds no record of Kevin, Mary must not only prove her sanity but locate him before his captor -- who's demanding a $10 million ransom -- kills him.
     SHOOT THE HERO (action & adventure) - While browsing in a jewelry store, lovebirds Nate (Jason Mewes) and Kate (Samantha Lockwood) get caught up in a robbery that goes wrong and soon become targets of a mobster who wants to ice all witnesses to the botched crime. With a hit man hot on their trail, Nate and Kate -- much to their surprise -- discover talents neither knew they possessed. Danny Trejo and Nicholas Turturro also star in this action-packed caper directed by Christian Sesma.
     LAKE PLACID 3 (horror) - Since neither the chilling original Lake Placid nor its sequel actually ended the plague of killer crocodiles spawned in an idyllic rural lake, there's more horror to relate in the third installment of this toothy nature-gore saga. The trouble begins, again, when the new game warden's (Colin Ferguson) son starts feeding the baby crocs populating the lake. It's not long before they're all grown up and looking for a more substantial meal.
     BLESSED & CURSED (faith & spirituality) - When his father encounters insufferable hardship, Dwight Hawkins (real-life gospel singer Deitrick Haddon) is torn between Christian duty and his own desire to pursue his dreams as a gospel singer. But what does God really have planned for him? Sheryl Lee Ralph co-stars alongside gospel stars Karen Clark-Sheard, Kiki Sheard and Dr. Bobby Jones in this modern parable inspired by the biblical story of David and Saul.
     ALL STAR COMEDY JAM: LIVE FROM DALLAS (stand-up) -  Academy Award winner Mo'Nique returns to her stand-up comedy roots as the host of basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal's third comedy jam, filmed live in Dallas. Shaq may be the presenter but he's also a target for the sharp wits of these comics. In addition to Mo'Nique's wicked observations on Tiger Woods's affairs, comedians Paul Mooney, Corey Holcomb, George Willborn and Michael Blackson tear into racism, unemployment and African terrorists.
     THE KILLING JAR (thriller) - Late one night in a diner, seven people listen to a radio report of the slaughter of a nearby family. When Doe (Michael Madsen) enters, he's immediately a suspect, and the suspicion is confirmed when he pulls out a gun and holds everyone hostage. But as tensions mount, some begin to believe Doe's not the predator he seems to be. Amber Benson, Harold Perrineau, Lew Temple,and Danny Trejo co-star in this riveting thriller.
     PRINCE OF PERSIA (action & adventure) - Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Prince Dastan, who pairs with spunky Princess Tamina (Gemma Arterton) to keep the Sands of Time -- a mystical dagger that gives its holder control over the flow of time -- from falling into the wrong hands and putting the world in peril. Mike Newell directs this sweeping live-action adventure based on the popular video game series, co-starring Ben Kingsley and Alfred Molina.
     THE KILLER INSIDE ME (thriller) - West Texas Deputy Sheriff Lou Ford (Casey Affleck) is harboring a deep dark secret -- while the small town's residents think him a bit dim, Lou is actually affected by a "sickness" that turns the mild-mannered peace officer into a brutal, psychotic killer. Set in the 1950s, Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of Jim Thompson's classic noir novel co-stars Kate Hudson as Lou's innocent girlfriend and Jessica Alba as Joyce, a local prostitute.
     VAMPIRES SUCK (comedy) - From the creators of Disaster Movie and Meet the Spartans comes a spoof of pop culture and teenage vampire movies starring Jenn Proske as Becca, a high schooler who must choose between two hunky boys who both have killer smiles. While surrounded by vampires, werewolves (wereChihuahuas, anyone?) and gossipy teens with their own romantic dilemmas, the neurotic Becca also copes with her overprotective father and the school's impending prom.
     THE EXPERIMENT (thriller) - Paul Scheuring directs this gripping thriller about a group of ordinary men who volunteer to take on the roles of guards and inmates in a mock prison as part of a controversial psychological experiment. When Barris (Forest Whitaker) and the other guards abuse their power in unnerving ways, Travis (Adrien Brody) and his fellow prisoners stage a revolt. Maggie Grace co-stars in this film based on the infamous real-life 1971 Stanford prison stunt.
     ONG BAK 3 (action & adventure) - The legend of Ong Bak 3 begins after Tien (Tony Jaa) has lost his fighting skills and his beloved step-father at the Garuda's Wing cliff from the raid led by Jom Rachan (Saranyu Wonggrajang). Tien is brought back to life with the help from Pim (Primrata Dechudom) as well as Mhen (Petchai Wongkamlao) and the Kana Khone villagers. Deep into the meditation taught by Phra Bua (Nirutti Sirijanya), Tien finally is able to achieve 'Nathayut'. His talents are put to the test again when his rivals including the Golden-Armored King's Guard (Supakorn 'Tok' Kijusuwan), the mysterious killers in black, and Bhuti Sangkha (Dan Chupong) return for the final massive showdown.
     WHY DID I GET MARRIED TOO (comedy) - An annual Caribbean retreat turns into a week of life-altering revelations when four couples bust their relationships wide open in filmmaker Tyler Perry's take on modern love, devotion, unfaithfulness and forgiveness. Angela (Tasha Smith) can't trust sportscaster Marcus (Michael Jai White) anymore, Sheila's (Jill Scott) ex (Richard T. Jones) toys with her new marriage and more. Janet Jackson, Malik Yoba, Lamman Rucker and Sharon Leal also star.
     SALT (action & adventure) - After she's accused of being a Russian sleeper spy, rogue CIA agent Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) goes on the run, using every tactic, accent and disguise she knows to elude her pursuers, clear her name and protect her husband. Her supervisor, Winter (Liev Schreiber), buys her story, while counterintelligence officer Peabody (Chiwetel Ejiofor) decidedly does not and will do anything to stop her in this fast-paced, intrigue-filled spy adventure.
     THE TWILIGHT SAGA ECLIPSE (romance) - Danger stalks Seattle with a rash of mysterious killings that have Bella (Kristen Stewart) feeling less secure than ever in the third installment of this teen fantasy series based on the best-selling books by Stephenie Meyer. With a malevolent vampire continuing her quest for revenge from the sidelines, the human Bella must reconcile her love for Edward (Robert Pattinson), a vampire, and her growing feelings for Jacob (Taylor Lautner), a werewolf.
     SPLICE (sci-fi & fantasy) - Ignoring instructions from the pharmaceutical company that funds their research, groundbreaking genetic scientists Elsa (Sarah Polley) and Clive (Adrien Brody) continue with an unorthodox experiment to create a human-animal hybrid, a new life form they dub "Dren" (Delphine Chanéac). When they see their fantastical creation, Clive warns that it should be destroyed, but Elsa refuses -- a decision she'll regret when Dren makes deadly plans of her own.
     CHARLIE VALENTINE (drama) - When problems come to prey on an otherwise "perfect" crime, hard-boiled gangster Charlie Valentine (Raymond J. Barry) seeks assistance from an unlikely source: his estranged son, Danny (Michael Weatherly), who's been living his own life in Los Angeles. With father and son working together, a series of crimes starts falling into place. But that doesn't reduce the danger in teaching Danny the family business.
     CENTURION  (action & adventure) -In 2nd-century Britain, Roman fighter Quintas Dias (Michael Fassbender) is the lone survivor of a Pictish attack on a Roman frontier post. Eager for revenge, he joins the Ninth Legion -- under General Virilus (Dominic West) -- and journeys north on a mission to destroy the Picts. Writer-director Neil Marshall's rousing sword-and-sandals adventure also stars Olga Kurylenko as the beautiful Pict warrior Etain.
     HUNGER (horror) - Five strangers awake in an underground dungeon and discover that they've been kidnapped as part of a terrible experiment. A sadistic scientist wants to answer a simple question: What are they willing to do to survive after weeks without food? As the days go by and their hunger becomes unbearable, the captives struggle to retain their humanity. Lori Heuring, Joe Egender and Lea Kohl star in this dark examination of mankind's lowest instincts.
      QUEEN PIN (drama) - A local hustler by the name of (Seven) begins to have an affair with a young lady (Rhanni). While living a double life someone close to him begins to take him and his crew down. Years later Rhanni returns to the town where Seven ran the streets. She decides to use all the lessons she learned from Seven and pick up where he left off. While recruiting a solid team and implementing her plan she discovers she is not the only one with that goal in mind. The game gets heated as Rhanni and this mystery man try to both run the city.
     JUST WRIGHT (romantic drama) - Good-hearted physical therapist Leslie Wright (Queen Latifah) is looking for romance but keeps finding duds until she meets professional basketball player Scott McKnight (Common). When Scott suffers a major injury, it's up to Leslie to save his career. Leslie and Scott become close as they work together, but Leslie's beautiful, gold-digging childhood chum -- who is also Scott's estranged girlfriend -- threatens their relationship.
     SOLITARY MAN (drama) - Michael Douglas stars as a former car dealership owner who sees his personal and professional lives take a nosedive when the repercussions of years of shady business dealings and chronic womanizing finally catch up with him. Susan Sarandon, Mary-Louise Parker, Danny DeVito and Jenna Fischer co-star in this comedic drama written and co-directed by Brian Koppelman.
     FURRY VENGEANCE (comedy) - When real estate developer Dan Sanders (Brendan Fraser) finalizes plans to level a swath of pristine Oregon forest to make way for a soulless housing subdivision, a band of woodland creatures rises up to throw a monkey wrench into the greedy scheme. Just how much mischief from the furry critters can the businessman take before he calls it quits? Roger Kumble directs this family-friendly, madcap comedy.
     STOMP THE YARD the homecoming (drama) - This sequel to the dance pic Stomp the Yard shadows Truth University student Chance Harris (Collins Pennie) on his quest to win a national step title for his school, all while juggling the demands of work, school and personal relationships. Freestyle dancer Stephen Boss (of the television dance competition "So You Think You Can Dance") co-stars as a fellow stepper who challenges Chance to step up his game.
     TEKKEN (thriller) - When young Jin Kazama (John Foo) discovers an opportunity to avenge the death of his mother, he enters a martial arts tournament sponsored by the futuristic Tekken Corp. to gain access to the man he wants to punish. But as Kazama closes in on his goal, he uncovers dark secrets regarding his own past and the true nature of Tekken. Jackie Chan, James Franco and Ron Perlman co-star in this thriller from director Dwight H. Little.
      BLACK DEATH (thriller) - Sean Bean stars in this historically rooted horror-thriller as Ulric, a church-appointed knight in the age of the Bubonic Plague's first wave who's tasked with investigating rumors of a woman (Carice van Houten) who can bring the dead back to life. A young monk (Eddie Redmayne) named Osmund is aiding Ulric on his quest to root out the necromancer -- and to determine whether or not she has ties to Satan.
     FEAR ISLAND (horror) - Five students visit a secluded island cabin for a wild weekend party. After a night of music and drinking the friends are shocked to find the caretaker murdered and the only boat off the island gone. Stranded, they become the prey of a killer bent on revenge for something left behind from a previous visit. Each one of them a suspect, the five must decipher a series of chilling clues to reveal the island’s dark secret and eliminate their stalker…or face death one by one.
     LETTERS TO GOD (drama) - Faith and hope are the twin engines that power this uplifting, bittersweet tale based on the true story of Tyler Doherty (Tanner Maguire), an 8-year-old boy who battles brain cancer and turns to God as his own private pen pal. Tyler writes and mails his missives daily, and his steadfast undertaking not only moves his family and friends, but it also alters the life of despairing postman, Brady (Jeffrey Johnson), who opens the boy's letters.
     SHELTER (thriller) - Forensic psychiatrist Cara (Julianne Moore) has spent her career exposing false cases of multiple personality disorder. But when she encounters a patient whose various personalities are all those of murder victims, she'll have to dig deep to explain his condition. Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Frances Conroy and Nathan Corddry co-star in this supernatural thriller directed by Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein.
     BLOOD DONE SIGN MY NAME (drama) -From director Jeb Stuart comes this earnest drama based on the real-life 1970 murder of black Vietnam veteran Henry Marrow by virulent racists subsequently acquitted by an all-white North Carolina jury despite overwhelming evidence of their guilt. As local white minister Vernon Tyson (Rick Schroder) tries to integrate his congregation in the midst of the trial, African-American schoolteacher Ben Chavis (Nate Parker) begins a crusade of his own.
     SEX IN THE CITY (comedy) - Set two years after the wedding that almost wasn't, this sequel finds gal pals Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), Samantha (Kim Cattrall) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) embarking on a much-needed vacation to exotic Abu Dhabi. They're still the same soul mates despite responsibilities of motherhood and marriage, but a new romance for Samantha and a little thing called Aidan, Carrie's ex, keep things interesting.
     ULTIMATE HEIST (thriller) - Hoping to escape the long shadow of his father, Milo (Jean Reno), a powerful mobster who controls an organized crime syndicate in France, Anton Malakian (Gaspard Ulliel) plans one final heist that will enable him to begin a new life. But he soon discovers that extricating himself from the criminal underworld is more difficult -- and dangerous -- than he expected. This thriller from director Laurent Tuel co-stars Vahina Giocante.
     THE JOB (thriller) - In this dark comedy, writer and director Shem Bitterman brings his 1998 play of the same name to the big screen with Patrick Flueger ("4400") starring as a con man trying to go straight so that he can marry the girl of his dreams. Trouble comes in the form of a slick-tongued temp agent (Joe Pantoliano) who helps the love-struck con land a job but neglects to fill him in on all the details. Ron Perlman and Taryn Manning also star.
     SEX POT (comedy) - From the studio synonymous with good taste, the Asylum, comes this raunchy comedy about two wannabe Don Juans who have no luck with the ladies. That is, until the pair happens upon a stash of pot that the honeys find an irresistible turn-on. If breast-baring babes and killer weed are among your interests, then this sex- and smoke-filled romp is the film for you. Rollin Perry and Seth Adam Cassell star.
     SHANK (action & adventure) - In 2015, all of London's street gangs, except the pacifist Paper Chaserz, battle for life's most precious commodity: food. But after his brother is murdered, young Junior (Kedar Williams-Stirling) convinces his mates to take up arms and help him seek revenge. Full of dangerous and surprising showdowns, this adrenaline-filled action movie co-stars Ashley Bashy Thomas, Adam Deacon and Michael Socha. Mo Ali directs.
     OPERATION ENDGAME (action & adventure) - When a government assassin known as The Fool (Joe Anderson) arrives at a classified underground facility for his first day of work, he discovers the boss has been killed. Now, he must uncover the murderer before they all lose their jobs -- or their lives. Stars making appearances in this action-packed comedy include Ving Rhames, Ellen Barkin, Rob Corddry, Bob Odenkirk, Jeffrey Tambor and Maggie Q.
     DIARY OF A WIMPY KID (children & family) - Middle school isn't all it's cracked up to be for self-described "wimpy kid" Greg Heffley, who discovers a frightening new world teeming with boys who are taller, tougher and hairier than he is -- and decides to document it all in his diary. Directed by Thor Freudenthal, this kid-friendly comedy based on Jeff Kinney's illustrated novel cast its star by asking kids to submit their auditions online.
     NEIGHBOR (horror) - With irresistible sex appeal and charm, a duplicitous young woman (America Olivo) gains the confidence of bachelor musician Don (Christian Campbell). After subduing him in his basement, the female predator joyfully tortures her hapless victim, who pleads for mercy. Jam-packed with stomach-churning scenes of extreme violence, this shocking horror movie co-stars Mink Stole, Joe Aniska and Pete Postiglione.
     A GANGLAND LOVE STORY (drama) - When they abscond with a shiny Cadillac convertible and hit the road from Los Angeles with plans to elope, young lovers Romano (A.J. Lamas) and Julia (Reagan Gomez-Preston) have no idea the car contains secret compartments stuffed full of illegal drugs. Now they find themselves on the run from the rival black and Latino street gangs to which they belong. Greg Carter directs this streetwise drama inspired by Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
     CHICAGO OVERCOAT (thriller) - His glory days as a hit man for Chicago's most powerful crime family fading into a distant memory, a seasoned killer accepts one last job in an attempt to secure his retirement, and discovers just how much the streets have changed in the last twenty years. In his heyday, Lou Marazano (Frank Vincent) was the number one triggerman for the Outfit, a ruthless gang that ruled all of Chicago.
     THE LAST SONG (romance) - Miley Cyrus has top billing as 17-year-old Ronnie Miller, a rebellious former piano prodigy who doesn't hide her hostility after being sent off to spend the summer in Georgia with her estranged father (Greg Kinnear). Rebuffing her dad's attempts to reconnect, the aloof Ronnie begins to thaw when she meets beach volleyballer Will Blakelee (Liam Hemsworth). Kelly Preston also stars in this contemporary tearjerker based on the Nicholas Sparks novel.
     TOY STORY 3 (children & family) -In this installment of the hit Pixar animated adventure, toy cowboy Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks), his astronaut pal, Buzz Lightyear (Tim Allen), and their friends cope with their owner's departure for college -- and their new home in a daycare center. Lee Unkrich directs this family film that features the voices of Joan Cusack, John Ratzenberger, Don Rickles, Wallace Shawn, Ned Beatty, Jodi Benson and Estelle Harris.
     AFTER LIFE (thriller) - As the life of young Anna Taylor (Christina Ricci) hangs precariously in the balance, funeral director Eliot Deacon (Liam Neeson), who has a mysterious ability to help the dead transition to the afterlife, has complete control over her fate. Though it's possible she isn't dead after all, it's equally possible that she's already in hell. Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo directs and co-writes this macabre thriller; Justin Long co-stars.
     OPEN HOUSE (horror) - Attempting to sell her home after her marriage ends, Alice (Rachel Blanchard) holds an open house -- but the event spirals into a nightmare when a serial-killing couple (Brian Geraghty and Tricia Helfer) doesn't leave and Alice becomes a prisoner in her own basement crawl space. Now she watches as the disturbing relationship between her captors unravels. Anna Paquin co-stars in this chiller written and directed by her brother, Andrew.
    THE GHOST WRITER (thriller) - A writer (Ewan McGregor) stumbles upon a long-hidden secret when he agrees to help former British Prime Minister Adam Lang (Pierce Brosnan) complete his memoirs on a remote island after the politician's assistant drowns in a mysterious accident. In director Roman Polanski's tense drama, the author realizes that his discovery threatens some very powerful people who will do anything to ensure that certain episodes from Lang's past remain buried.
    NINJA’S CREED (action & adventure) - To restore peace to his Himalayan homeland, courageous warrior Adam (Alexander Wraith) must prevent an overpowering female assassin (Gail Kim) from murdering Jan (Lalaine), an average American teenager unaware that she's a princess and heir to Adam's faraway kingdom. Jam-packed with tense shootouts, chases and sword fights, this adrenaline-filled action movie also features Pat Morita and Eric Roberts.
    CARNY (horror) - Arriving in rural Nebraska, a traveling carnival attracts the locals with a caged monster known as the Jersey Devil. But fascination soon turns to fear when the beast escapes and goes on a rampage, killing everyone it encounters. Now, the town sheriff (Lou Diamond Phillips) must lead a team to track the creature even as a group of religious fundamentalists forms a lynch mob to kill the beast they believe is the devil himself.
    KEVIN HART: SERIOUSLY FUNNY (stand-up) - In his second stand-up special, professional funnyman Kevin Hart unleashes his trademark approach to comedy on an appreciative sold-out audience at the Allen Theater in Cleveland ... and the result is seriously funny. It's not difficult for Hart to find the humor in just about any topic -- including his fears -- and it's not difficult for the crowd to find what the quipster has to say completely hilarious
     BATMAN: UNDER THE RED HOOD (animation) - There's a mystery afoot in Gotham City when a shadowy vigilante known only as Red Hood (voiced by Jensen Ackles) sets his mind to stalking Batman (Bruce Greenwood) and his former sidekick, Dick Grayson (Neil Patrick Harris) -- who now goes by the heroic name of Nightwing. But the duo can't get too distracted, lest they fall prey to three familiar nemeses: the Joker (John Di Maggio), Ra's al Ghul (Jason Isaacs) and Black Mask (Wade Williams).
    FORMOSA BETRAYED (thriller) - When FBI agent Jake Kelly's (James Van Der Beek) investigation into the murder of a Taiwanese American professor takes him to Taiwan to pursue the killers, he soon finds himself at odds with everyone -- including his own government -- as he begins to uncover secrets. Adam Kane directs this 1980s-set thriller that's based on actual events and stars John Heard as Kelly's partner and Leslie Hope as Det. Lisa Gilbert.
    DEATH AT A FUNERAL (comedy) - Put-upon Aaron (Chris Rock) is always plagued by drama and dysfunction, but he encounters more than he can handle while attempting to plan his father's funeral. What's a family gathering without jealousy, tension and blackmail? Martin Lawrence, Tracy Morgan, Danny Glover, James Marsden, Luke Wilson, Zoe Saldana, Regina Hall and Columbus Short round out a stellar ensemble cast. Neil LaBute directs.
    JUST ANOTHER DAY (drama) - Struggling rapper Young Eastie (Jamie Hector) knows he can make it big, and dreams of working with music mogul A-Maze (Wood Harris). But he's unaware that A-Maze's career is about to implode. As the two men's lives intertwine, violence, drugs and illicit money enter the picture. Ja Rule, Petey Pablo, Trick Daddy, Lil Scrappy and other real-life hip-hop stars appear in this gritty look at the dark side of the music industry.
    REPO MEN (sci-fi & fantasy) - In the world of this sci-fi thriller set in the not-too-distant future, artificial organs are readily available to anybody with a credit card. But what happens if a buyer falls delinquent on his payments? Jude Law stars as an organ repo man who's now fleeing his ex-partner after failing to keep up the payments on his own recently installed ticker. Miguel Sapochnik directs; Forest Whitaker and Liev Schreiber co-star.
    GROWN UPS (comedy) - Comedy superstars Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, David Spade and Kevin James team up for a story of five childhood pals who reunite after 30 years to mourn the loss of their old basketball coach. Gathering at a July 4th celebration where their families meet for the first time, the friends find themselves acting a bit inappropriate for their age. Director Dennis Dugan pairs with frequent collaborator Sandler, who co-wrote the screenplay.
    COFFIN ROCK (thriller) - A moment of weakness breeds unexpected terror for happily married Jessie Willis (Lisa Chappell) and her longtime husband, Rob (Robert Taylor), when she sleeps with a young stranger named Evan (Sam Parsonson) and finds herself pregnant with his child. The pregnancy is problematic enough, considering Jessie and Rob have been trying for years to conceive. But then Evan reveals himself to be an unstable stalker.
    KARATE KID (children & family) - After moving to Beijing with his mother, Dre (Jaden Smith) falls prey to a bully, so he takes lessons from martial arts master Mr. Han (Jackie Chan) in this remake of The Karate Kid. While Mr. Han teaches Dre to defend himself, he also imparts some important life lessons. Meanwhile, Dre struggles with the unfamiliar language and cultural barriers he encounters in his new country. Taraji P. Henson co-stars.
     CLASH OF THE TITANS (action & adventure) - If he is to save the life of the beautiful Princess Andromeda (Alexa Davalos), the valiant Perseus (Sam Worthington) -- born to a god but raised as a man -- must lead a team of intrepid warriors on a quest to battle a host of powerful, beastly enemies. This sweeping fantasy epic, a remake of the 1981 hit, also stars Liam Neeson as Zeus, Ralph Fiennes as Hades, Danny Huston as Poseidon and Gemma Arterton as Io.
    THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATOO (thriller) - Journalist Mikael Blomkvist (Michael Nyqvist) and rebellious computer hacker Lisbeth Salander (Noomi Rapace) team up to investigate the unsolved disappearance of wealthy Henrik Vanger's (Sven-Bertil Taube) teen niece (Ewa Fröling), only to uncover dark secrets about Vanger's powerful family. Niels Arden Oplev directs this Swedish thriller based on the first novel from Stieg Larsson's best-selling trilogy.
    THE A -TEAM (action & adventure) - This updated feature-film take on the hit 1980s television show follows a group of Iraq War veterans on the run from U.S. military forces while they try to clear their names after being framed for a crime they didn't commit. Along the way, Col. Hannibal Smith, Capt. H.M. "Howling Mad" Murdock , Sgt. Bosco "B.A." Baracus and Lt. Templeton "Faceman" Peck help out various people they encounter. Joe Carnahan directs this high-octane actioner.
    THE WRONGED MAN (drama) - The uncommon bond between paralegal Janet Gregory (Julia Ormond) and convicted rapist Calvin Willis (Mahershalalhashbaz Ali) is at the heart of this redemption drama based on a true story. Husband and father Willis claims he has been falsely accused, but Gregory is not readily convinced. Eventually persuaded to his side, Gregory takes on the case pro bono, and together they mount a 22-year battle to overturn Willis's sentence.
   KILLERS (action & adventure) - When an elite assassin (Ashton Kutcher) marries a beautiful computer whiz (Katherine Heigl) after a whirlwind romance, he gives up the gun and settles down with his new bride. That is, until he learns that someone from his past has put a contract out on his life. Now, the couple must go on the run if they hope to survive and settle the score once and for all. This action comedy from director Robert Luketic co-stars Tom Selleck and Catherine O'Hara.
    TIMER (comedy) - In this comedic fantasy, science has facilitated the search for a soul mate via biotechnological implants that count down to the moment one is supposed to meet his or her match. But Oona (Emma Caulfield) is worried: She's nearly 30, and her TiMER isn't ticking yet. Will her dream guy get snatched up by someone else? John Patrick Amedori co-stars in this film from first-time writer and director Jac Schaeffer.
    OUR FAMILY WEDDING (comedy) - Forest Whitaker and funnyman Carlos Mencia butt heads as two domineering dads forced to set aside their culture-clash differences and team up to plan their children's wedding, with only two weeks until the big day arrives. America Ferrera plays the pregnant bride-to-be opposite Lance Gross as her medical resident fiancé in this wacky comedy from writer-director Rick Famuyiwa (Brown Sugar, The Wood).
    CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE (thriller) - Tino (50 Cent) is a gang member on the horns of a major dilemma when he is forced to turn informant for a pair of homicide detectives investigating a gang-related murder on the mean streets of an American city. Meanwhile, the cops have their own hands full as the case lands them in the crossfire of hostile gangbangers and some very nasty fellow police officers. Chris Klein and Adam Rodriguez also star in this tense urban thriller.
    AIRLINE DISASTER (action & adventure) - In this fast-paced actioner, members of the Aryan Brotherhood hijack an airliner piloted by Joe Franklin (Scott Valentine), the younger brother of the president of the United States (Meredith Baxter) and threaten to kill his family if imprisoned members of their group are not freed. Also aboard the plane are a Secret Service agent and a novice sky marshal, but it is up to the president to make the life-or-death decisions before disaster strikes.
    MARMADUKE (children & family) - When Phil and Debbie Winslow (Lee Pace and Judy Greer) relocate from their native Kansas to the sunny climes of Orange County, their big-hearted, havoc-wreaking Great Dane (voiced by Owen Wilson) gets a taste of the dog's life, California-style. Featuring the voices of Emma Stone, George Lopez and Steve Coogan, this family comedy blends live action and computer animation to bring the-beloved, if slobbery, comic-strip mutt to life.
    LEGO THE ADVENTURES OF CLUTCH POWERS (children & family) - The snap-build world of LEGO comes to thrilling life in this one-of-a-kind feature-length adventure, featuring master builder and adventurer Clutch Powers and his band of plastic friends as they fight to save the universe across time and space. From Space Police prison to the medieval castles of Ashlar, Clutch and his pals put their brick-laying skills to work to fend off an evil wizard and his dreaded skeleton army.
    BACKYARDIGANS ESCAPE FROM THE TOWER (children & family) - Everyone's favorite gang of toddler-sized adventurers with very active imaginations are back, and this time, Tasha and Uniqua are damels in distress, trapped in a castle tower and eager to escape the clutches of their captors, Pablo and Tyrone. Follow along in this and three other awesome adventures as the intrepid explorers discover a world of endless magic and roleplaying fun, all as close by as their own backyard.
    SOMETHING LIKE A BUSINESS (comedy) - After inheriting his deceased uncle's escort service, JoJo (Kevin Hart) struggles to keep his rebellious employees under control, compete with Washington, D.C.'s number one pimp (Clifton Powell), avoid harassment from overbearing cops and cash in on his hard work. Russ Parr writes and directs this outrageously funny comedy that co-stars Donnell Rawlings, Jay Anthony Brown, Kym Whitley and David Alan Grier.
    THE TRUTH (thriller) - Fear gives way to deeper and more complex emotions when well-to-do couple Jonathan and Dana Davenport (John Heard and Erin Cardillo) find themselves held captive in their own home by the thuggish and volatile Gabriel Doyle (Brendan Sexton III). What appears to be a robbery turns into something even more treacherous when it's revealed that both husband and wife may have previously encountered the man who now holds their lives in his hands.
    CIRCLE OF PAIN (action & adventure) - Guilt-ridden former mixed martial arts champ Matt (Tony Schiena) loses his grip on success, alienates his family and hits rock bottom. But when an opportunity to resurrect his career surfaces, Matt sets out to regain his killer instinct and turn his life around. With appearances by actual MMA fighters including Kimbo Slice, Frank Mir and Heath Herring, this muscle-filled action movie delivers fights scenes galore.
    EX  TERMINATOR (drama) - While attending a court-ordered anger-management class, lonely Alex (Heather Graham) befriends pest control business owner Stella (Jennifer Coolidge) and dental tech Nikki (Amber Heard). Drawing on their overabundance of rage, the women set out to teach the men in their lives painful lessons. Filmed on location in Austin, Texas, this humorous drama also stars Joey Lauren Adams, Matthew Settle and Sam Lloyd.
     TOE TO TOE (drama) - Out on the lacrosse pitch, wealthy but troubled Jesse (Louisa Krause) and poor but driven Tosha (Sonequa Martin) form an easy and deep bond, but their relationship is threatened once they enter the hallways of an elite prep school they attend in Washington, D.C. There, they must work to overcome racial and other tensions in their classmates, and in themselves, if they hope to keep their friendship alive. Emily Abt directs.
     REMEMBER ME (drama) - Still reeling from a heartbreaking family event and his parents' subsequent divorce, Tyler Hawkins (Robert Pattinson) discovers a fresh lease on life when he meets Ally Craig (Emilie de Ravin), a gregarious beauty who witnessed her mother's death. But as the couple draws closer, the fallout from their separate tragedies jeopardizes their love. Allen Coulter directs this romantic drama that co-stars Pierce Brosnan, Lena Olin and Chris Cooper.
     GREEN ZONE (action & adventure) - U.S. Defense Intelligence Agent Clark Poundstone (Greg Kinnear) doesn't want to hear what Army Chief Warrant Officer Roy Miller (Matt Damon) has to say about not finding the weapons of mass destruction -- evidence that could launch a war -- he's been sent to Iraq to unearth. Why the cover-up? Rajiv Chandrasekaran's exposé Imperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq's Green Zone inspired this frenetic wartime drama. Paul Greengrass directs.
    HOT TUB TIME MACHINE (comedy) - Fueled by energy drinks, vodka and nostalgia for their younger, wilder days, a group of aging best friends travels back in time to 1987, where they get the chance to relive the best year of their lives. And their time machine? Well, it's a hot tub. John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Crispin Glover and Sebastian Stan co-star in this out-of-the-box comedy that takes time travel to a whole new level.
    THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE (horror) - After their car breaks down while in Germany, Americans Lindsay (Ashley C. Williams) and Jenny (Ashlynn Yennie) wind up at a remote villa -- and soon find themselves trapped in a nightmare. Dr. Josef Heiter (Dieter Laser) kidnaps them for his demented experiment to create a human "centipede." The plan includes removing their kneecaps so they must walk on all fours, then surgically connecting them to a Japanese man to create a bizarre human chain.
    SHE’S OUT OF MY LEAGUE (comedy)  - When he starts dating drop-dead gorgeous Molly (Alice Eve), insecure airport security agent Kirk (Jay Baruchel) can't believe it. As his friends and family share their doubts about the relationship lasting, Kirk does everything he can to avoid losing Molly forever. Kyrsten Ritter, Lindsay Sloane, Jasika Nicole and Andrew Daly also star in this charming romantic comedy about unlikely lovers. Jim Field Smith directs.
   DATE NIGHT (comedy) - Who knew simple dinner reservations under a different name could turn one New Jersey couple's date night so terribly upside-down? Claire (Tina Fey) and Phil (Steve Carell) Foster leave their kids with the sitter (Leighton Meester) and head out for a night on the town -- as the Tripplehorns. Shawn Levy (Just Married, Night at the Museum) directs this action-comedy; Mark Wahlberg and James Franco co-star.
   EXAM (thriller) - In this psychological thriller, eight job applicants in a guarded, windowless room are given instruction, exams and 80 minutes to answer one discerning question that may win them a prime position. But they soon discover this is no ordinary test. The exams are blank. With one ejected for attempting to answer the unknown question, the remaining seven must decide what they will do and how far each will go for the coveted job.
      RUN BITCH RUN (thriller) - After drug dealers rape and leave her for dead in the woods, beautiful door-to-door religious-tract peddler Catherine (Cheryl Lyone) trades in her prayers for a pump-action 12-gauge and sets out for payback against the men who attacked her. But once she gets a taste of holy vengeance, Catherine's thirst for blood becomes insatiable. This over-the-top exploitation flick from director Joseph Guzman contains graphic images of sex and violence
    TWO: THIRTEEN (thriller) - Newly returned from psychiatric leave, police profiler Russell Spivey (Mark Thompson) becomes the target of a serial killer. Haunted by dark childhood memories and battling the bottle, Spivey must keep it together if he wants to catch the criminal. Compounding Spivey's anxieties are the flesh masks that the killer leaves on his victims' faces -- a calling card that reminds Spivey of his own earlier traumas. Teri Polo co-stars.
    41 YEAR OLD VIRGIN WHO KNOCKED UP SARAH MARSHALL AND FELT SUPERBAD ABOUT IT (comedy) - Director Craig Moss (who brought the world Saving Ryan's Privates) takes aim at the conventions of hit comedies -- and at least one Oscar-winning drama -- and amps up their most memorable moments in search of more laughs in this farcical parody. As the title suggests, the film pokes fun at The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Superbad, but it also takes a few swipes at Slumdog Millionaire, too.
    RAMPAGE (thriller) - Dejected by the futility of his tedious life, bitter small-town resident Bill (Brendan Fletcher) takes matters into his own hands by constructing a bulletproof outfit, picking up his semi-automatic weapons and attempting the largest killing spree ever seen. Written and directed by controversial filmmaker Uwe Boll, this ultra-violent action movie features jarring handheld camerawork and original dialogue largely improvised by the cast.
    I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS (comedy) - When upstanding Texas cop Steven Russell (Jim Carrey) realizes he's gay, he changes his entire life and pulls a series of bold con jobs that lands him jail -- where he meets his one true love, cellmate Phillip Morris (Ewan McGregor). When Morris is transferred to another prison, lovesick Russell mounts a series of jailbreaks just to be with his beloved soul mate. Glenn Ficarra directs this comedy based on a true story.
    CRY OF THE OWL (thriller) - After leaving the city for a quiet life in the country, depressed Robert (Paddy Considine) begins spying on a lovely neighbor, Jenny (Julia Stiles), who may be more dangerous than she seems in this unsettling thriller based on a Patricia Highsmith novel. Surprisingly kind to her stalker, Jenny ingratiates herself into his life and Robert falls for her, angering her volatile boyfriend (James Gilbert) and provoking violent consequences.
     STRIPPED NAKED (thriller) - When exotic dancer Cassie (Sarah Allen) happens upon a drug deal gone bad, she steals the money and the drugs thinking she now has the funds to make her dream of moving to Paris come true. But waiting three days to get her passport proves tougher than she thought when everyone she knows from her ex-boyfriend, to her drug addict boss, to her lesbian lover, to the rightful owner of the money decides to get in on the action.
     THE GOOD HEART (drama) - Jacques (Brian Cox), the rough-edged owner of a New York dive bar, realizes after his fifth heart attack that he is near the end of his life. Unable to face closing the bar, he turns to homeless Lucas (Paul Dano) to keep the place going. For Lucas, it's a steep learning curve, made even trickier by the fact that Jacques is a madman with a long list of crazy rules, including no new customers and no women. Dagur Kári writes and directs this drama.
    STOLEN (thriller) - Investigating the mystery behind the mummified, half-century-old remains of a young boy found in a box at a construction site gives a detective (Jon Hamm) key clues to his own son's disappearance eight years prior. Unfolding through flashbacks, this mystery-thriller from director Anders Anderson also stars Josh Lucas, James Van Der Beek, Jessica Chastain, Rhona Mitra, Jimmy Bennett and Beth Grant.
    SOMEONE’S KNOCKING AT THE DOOR (adult horror) - Returning to the medical school where they were test subjects decades ago, a pair of outrageously twisted serial killers use shockingly brutal sex acts to start killing off a group of drugged-out med students. Now, the students must find a way out of their trippy hallucinations to defend themselves against the maniacs. Noah Segan, Elina Madison and Ezra Buzzington star in this psycho-delic, over-the-top bloodbath from director Chad Ferrin.
     THE BEST OF SOUL TRAIN (classic) -  Time Life proudly presents The Best of Soul Train, a 9-DVD set including bonus DVD featuring one-of-a-kind, superstar performances from the best years of this iconic TV show-- 1971 to 1979! The Soul Train franchise is one of the most beloved television shows of the past 30 years, featuring hip dances, outrageous fashions, and exciting performances from the biggest names in R&B, Soul, and Hip-Hop.
    UNDISPUTED 3 (action & adventure) - Isaac Florentine is back to direct the third film in the Undisputed series, this time following Uri Boyka (British martial artist Scott Adkins) inside the toughest prison in the world to watch him do battle in one of the most lethal competitions known to man. Staying alive is high on Boyka's list, but he's also determined to clear his name against the wrongful charges that put him behind bars in the first place.
   UNTHINKABLE (thriller) - When the government gets wind of a plot to destroy America involving a trio of nuclear weapons, locations unknown, it's up to a seasoned interrogator (Samuel L. Jackson) and an FBI agent (Carrie-Anne Moss) to find out exactly where they are. A suspected terrorist who's already in custody is their only chance for a timely answer. But what will it take to get him to talk? Michael Sheen, Brandon Routh and Martin Donovan co-star.
   YOUTH IN REVOLT (comedy) - Nick Twisp (Michael Cera), a cynical, sex-deprived teenager living a less-than-satisfactory existence, is pushed by the manifestation of his debonair, rebellious id (also Cera) to bed his dream girl, Sheeni Saunders (Portia Doubleday). Miguel Arteta directs this irreverent, dark comedy based on the popular novel series by C.D. Payne. Steve Buscemi, Ray Liotta, Justin Long, Fred Willard, Jean Smart, M. Emmet Walsh and Zach Galifianakis co-star
    SOLOMON KANE (sci-fi & fantasy) - Swords and sorcery make a splashy return to the big screen in this epic tale of a once-murderous sea captain -- Solomon Kane (James Purefoy) -- who's now holed up in a monastery in retreat from the devil, whom he fears is coming for his soul. Kane soon learns, however, that he can't hide forever, and when a horde of powerful thugs invades the landscape, Kane realizes that the path to redemption lies in defending those who are weak.
    THE STRANGER (crime action ) - When amnesia robs a man (professional wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin) of everything -- including his family and his own identity -- he's confounded after discovering that he's wanted by the feds and Russian gangsters. But he's not willing to succumb to the present until he reclaims his forgotten past. In the meantime, that means dodging bullets and backstabbers and figuring out whom he can trust.
    HEARTLESS (horror) - Living in London's East End is doubly difficult for the reclusive Jamie Morgan (Jim Sturgess), who bears a prominent, heart-shaped birthmark on his face yet can't seem to find love anywhere -- and things only get worse when his mother is violently murdered. According to the papers, thugs wearing devil masks committed the crime. But Jamie soon begins to suspect that they weren't wearing masks at all.
     THE WOLFMAN (horror) - Based on the 1941 classic, this werewolf-themed horror film set in Victorian England centers on Lawrence Talbot (Benicio Del Toro), an American man who, upon a visit to London, gets bitten by a werewolf. Talbot had come to England to make amends with his estranged father (Anthony Hopkins), but after a moonlight transformation leaves him with a savage hunger for flesh, family harmony is the least of his worries.
     SURVIVING EVIL (horror) - A TV documentary crew arrive on a remote island in the Philippines to film a survival special. Their back-to-the-wild adventure proves to be more terrifying than they ever could have imagined
     HARPOON (horror) - An epic tale about a group of whale watchers, whose ship breaks down and they get picked up by a whale fisher vessel. The Fishbillies on the vessel has just gone bust, and everything goes out of control.
     STAN HELSING (comedy) - When he makes a late-night movie delivery to a strange town on Halloween, video store counter jockey Stan Helsing (Steve Howey) finds himself hunted by a who's who of slasher-film killers, including Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers and Leatherface. Now, Stan and his pals must use their knowledge of horror flicks to defeat the villains and hack their way to freedom. Bo Zenga directs this gleeful parody of classic horror movies.
     VALHALLA RISING (action & adventure) - After years of slavery, Viking warrior One-Eye (Mads Mikkelsen) escapes from his captors and seeks refuge on a Norse ship bound for his homeland.  When a storm throws them off course, the crew lands at a mysterious realm inhabited by invisible demons.  As the bloodthirsty creatures claimone sailor after another, One-Eye rediscovers his fighting spirit but begins to wonder if they have all crossed over to the after life.
     BALLS OUT (comedy) - Ever since a notorious incident drove him off the tennis court years ago, Gary (Seann William Scott) has been laboring as a raunchy high school janitor. But when the current coach drops dead, Gary steps in and is tasked with whipping the dork-tastic team into shape. As Gary leads the squad to the state tennis championship, his bizarre coaching methods draw the ire of teachers, parents and even his own team in this balls-out comedy.
     THE ASTRONAUTS WIFE (thriller) - Johnny Depp is NASA astronaut Spencer Armacost, and Charlize Theron is his beautiful, schoolteacher wife Jillian -- a seemingly perfect couple. When Depp heroically returns from a space mission, all is well – well, almost. Depp's sudden personality quirks threaten their sanity, their future and their lives in this psychological thriller.
     TONY ROBERTS WIRED (stand-up) - Outrageous Detroit-born standup comedian Tony Roberts takes the stage in Hollywood, Calif., where he throws down an uncensored routine before a wildly enthusiastic audience that just keeps begging for more. No topic is too outlandish, weird or taboo for the frenetic funnyman, whose nonstop style and over-the-top energy have made him a favorite of HBO's "Def Comedy Jam," the BET Comedy Tour and other top comedy showcases.
     IP MAN 2 (martial arts) - Newly arrived in Hong Kong, martial arts instructor Ip Man (Donnie Yen) encounters stiff opposition when he begins teaching the Wing Chun fighting style. But instead of bowing to his rivals' demands, he perseveres and retaliates with amazing speed and power. Inspired by Ip Man's life story, this martial arts sequel boasts impressive fight sequences and co-stars Lynn Hung, Simon Yam and Sammo Hung Kam-Bo.
     DARK ISLAND (horror) - Sent to an isolated island to test the weapons they've been developing for the military, a team of researchers suddenly drops off the face of the earth. When a new group of scientists and soldiers sets out to find them, they make an awful discovery. The weapons the researchers were testing have unleashed a killer entity that's now determined to destroy all of humankind. Sam Gorski directs this supernatural chiller.
     DESERT SAINTS (thriller) - Banks (Kiefer Sutherland), the world's top hit man, trusts no one and lives an isolated existence by choice and necessity. When he gets his next assassination assignment, he reluctantly hooks up with a sexy hitchhiker, Bennie (Melora Walters). But she's not who she appears to be … and before he knows it, Banks is caught in fatal web of deceit and double crosses.
     BLOOD AND OIL (thriller) - Naomie Harris stars as Alice Omuka, a young, talented PR executive raised and educated in London as the daughter of a wealthy Nigerian businessman. When Alice is sent to work for an international oil company operating in the Niger Delta, she is thrown unprepared into the unstable, poverty-stricken world where her father grew up. As soon as Alice arrives in Port Harcourt, news breaks that a militant group have kidnapped three Western oil workers. She is tasked with dealing with Claire Unwin (Jodhi May), the distraught wife of one of the hostages, who has unexpectedly turned up desperate to find her husband.
     TRUE LEGEND (martial arts) - When a powerful cabal in China's Qing Dynasty conspires to ruin their wealthy rival, Su Qi-Er (Man Cheuk Chiu), they don't stop until he is driven to the streets, stripped of his home, his money and his standing among men. Now burning to become a martial arts master, Su Qi-er submits to a teacher (Jay Chou) who helps him become more powerful than ever before. Michelle Yeoh and David Carradine co-star in Woo-ping Yuen's action-packed drama.
     MULTIPLE SARCASMS (drama) - In 1979, architect Gabriel (Timothy Hutton) begins questioning his existence, avoiding work and escaping into the fictional world of movies. When he starts writing a play examining the choices he's made, it creates issues with his wife (Dana Delany), daughter (India Ennenga) and friends. Meanwhile, he tries to convince a brassy literary agent (Stockard Channing) to represent him and confides in his best friend (Mira Sorvino) in this indie drama.
     PERFECT COMBINATION (comedy) - Rick (Christian Keyes) has a great life; all that's missing is a steady woman. As his 30th birthday approaches, Rick decides to enlist the help of a matchmaking service called Perfect Combination, launching a hilarious string of catastrophic dates. With his luck and the "help" of an over-opinionated group of friends with their own romantic problems, will Rick ever find true love? Angell Conwell, Tiffany Hines and Kareem J. Grimes co-star.
     MADNESS (horror) - When they stop at a country gas station on the way to a cheerleading competition, Jenna (Victoria Bloom) and Tara (Yohanna Idha) pick up Chad (Andreas Vaehi) and Oliver (Max Wallmo), whose car has conked out. But their cheerful mood turns to terror as a group of sadistic killers stalks and captures them. Now the four teens must fight for their lives as their captors start slaughtering them one by one in this gory spine-chiller.
     ENEMIES AMONG US (thriller) - Louisiana Governor Chip Majors (James DuMont) is the leading contender for his party's nomination for vice president, putting him on the doorstep of immense power and prestige. But Majors also has a past that won't go away. With fate and his background collaborating to work against him, Majors is soon struggling not only to save his career but just to keep breathing in this political thriller co-starring Billy Zane and Eric Roberts.
     THE BEACON (thriller) - While trying to get their lives back on track after the loss of their four year old son, Bryn and Paul Shaw move to the charming old Beacon Apartments. Bryn begins seeing a ghostly little boy skulking around the building. With the help of an eccentric young professor and a tough old beat cop, Bryn tries to uncover the details of the boy's death. She hopes that freeing the child will allow him to carry a message to her son. Too late she realizes a second malevolent entity stalks the halls of the Beacon: one that doesn't want the boy to escape
    THE NEW DAUGHTER (thriller) - Luis Berdejo directs this supernatural thriller centered on John James (Kevin Costner), who moves to the country to get a new start -- only to be confronted by a new nightmare when his daughter, Louisa (Ivana Baquero), begins acting stranger by the minute. With unsettling events besetting the South Carolina home, John begins to believe that something on the edge of the forest nearby might have the answers he needs.
    MOTHER’S LITTLE HELPER’S (comedy) - A story of love, sex... and high school tuition. Meet Sam Lowell. Friend, lover, student, teacher... and owner of his very own escort service. Along with his "mother's little helpers" Sam learns about love and life in this sophisticated take on the classic high school sex comedy that explores a generation of kids growing up too fast and their parents who are desperately trying to stay young.
    KICK ASS (action & adventure) - Inspired by his love of comic books, high school student Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson) decides to transform himself into a masked crime fighter -- a decision that eventually thrusts the teenager into Internet stardom. Soon, Dave's antics inspire a wave of would-be heroes to don costumes and live out their superhero fantasies. Nicolas Cage, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Chloe Moretz also star in this comic book adaptation from director Matthew Vaughn.
    ST. TRINIAN’S 2 (comedy) - When the troublemaking girls of St. Trinian's discover that their headmistress Miss Fritton (Rupert Everett) is related to an infamous pirate, they square off against the evil Pomfrey (David Tennant) and his menacing group of woman haters on a hunt for buried treasure. Colin Firth returns as stuffed-shirt education minister Geoffrey Thwaites. Gemma Arterton and Russell Brand also star in this adaptation of the work of cartoonist Ronald Searle.
    ALICE IN WONDERLAND (children & family) - A 19-year-old Alice (Mia Wasikowska) journeys through Underland, where she experiences strange ordeals and encounters peculiar characters, including the vaporous Cheshire Cat (voiced by Stephen Fry), the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp) and the sadistic Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter). Anne Hathaway, Alan Rickman, Matt Lucas and Crispin Glover co-star in director Tim Burton's bold adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic.
    THE LOSERS (action & adventure) - After learning that their handler, Max (Jason Patric), has set them up, a group of disavowed CIA operatives led by Clay -- aka the Colonel (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) -- bands together to bring down their betrayers in this slick action thriller. The film, adapted from the comic book series by Andy Diggle and Jock, co-stars Zoe Saldana, Idris Elba, Chris Evans, Columbus Short and Holt McCallany; Sylvain White directs.
    VALENTINE’S DAY (comedy) - In this Los Angeles-set comedy from director Garry Marshall (Pretty Woman), the tripwires of modern love are exposed in a carousel involving relationships and the single life on the most romantic day of the year: February 14. Proposals, infidelity, loneliness and more are explored. Julia Roberts, Ashton Kutcher, Jamie Foxx, Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Garner, Bradley Cooper and Patrick Dempsey lead a star-studded cast.
    LET THE GAME BEGIN (comedy) - When young entrepreneur Tripp (Thomas Ian Nicholas) gets help from his womanizing cousin Rowan (Adam Rodriguez) to bring in clients, the two assume the alternate egos Max and Ricky, respectively, as they apply the art of seducing women to the blueprint of the business. Soon, Tripp's company flourishes as he also masters the fine art of closing the deal. But waiting at home is his gold-digging wife, Eva (Lisa Ray), who has a game plan of her own.
  THE BOOK OF ELI (action & adventure) - Determined to salvage a sacred text in order to protect humanity, Eli (Denzel Washington) goes on a quest across the country in this action-packed sci-fi adventure. Meanwhile, a blind woman named Claudia (Jennifer Beals) tries to protect her daughter, Solara (Mila Kunis). It seems that tyrannical town bully Carnegie (Gary Oldman) has taken a shine to the girl. Directed by the Hughes brothers, the film co-stars Ray Stevenson.
  UNAPOLOGETIC (stand-up) - D.L. Hughley proved he was unapologetic when he threw his own provocative remarks into the already fiery debate over Don Imus and the Rutgers University women's basketball team. That's why the title of his first HBO special is especially fitting. Weighing in on a variety of hot topics, from the current political climate to the life and death of Anna Nicole Smith, he never fails to hit a nerve with his brand of in-your-face comedy.
   MAYWEATHER VS MOSLEY (boxing) - Floyd Mayweather, Jr. will put his unblemished record on the line against “Sugar” Shane Mosley on May 1, 2010 at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mayweather will be the overall favorite to win the fight on May 1, and yes, Mayweather’s defense will play a big role in his attempt to once again shutout yet another gamed opponent.
  EVERYMAN’S WAR (drama) - Oregon filmmaker Thad Smith and his screenwriter brother, Craig, honor their father's real-life legacy with this independently produced feature about Don Smith's involvement in the famed Battle of the Bulge. Portland native Cole Carson stars as the young Army sergeant, who was wounded while defending the small German town of Nennig from a Nazi offensive and managed to make his way, unarmed, through enemy territory.
  YOU DON’T KNOW JACK (drama) - Al Pacino stars in this enthralling biopic that focuses on the life of Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the controversial physician who boldly advocated the legalization of euthanasia and personally helped over 100 terminally ill patients commit suicide. Directed by Hollywood veteran Barry Levinson, this drama co-stars Susan Sarandon as vocal activist Janet Good and John Goodman as Kevorkian's trusted friend and supporter Neal Nicol.
  CHLOE (thriller) - Suspecting her husband, David (Liam Neeson), of infidelity, doctor Catherine (Julianne Moore) hires sexy escort Chloe (Amanda Seyfried) to seduce him and test his faithfulness. But as Catherine checks in on Chloe's encounters with David, Chloe's reports become increasingly lurid. Soon, the relationships between all three intensify in unexpected ways. Renowned filmmaker Atom Egoyan directs this psychological drama.
   LEAP YEAR (comedy) - Anna (Amy Adams) chooses February 29 to propose marriage to her "perfect" boyfriend, Jeremy (Adam Scott), sure he'll accept because of an Irish custom. But after meeting charming innkeeper Declan (Matthew Goode) en route to Dublin, Anna must evaluate her original plans. Anand Tucker directs this charming romantic comedy about finding what one really wants in the most unexpected places. John Lithgow co-stars.
   THE DRAWN TOGETHER MOVIE: THE MOVIE (adult animation) - When the housemates of reality TV series "Drawn Together" realize they've been canceled and the producers plan to destroy them, they band together to save the show in this animated spoof based on the popular Comedy Central series. Hitting the road, they travel to cartoon worlds including Bedrock, A Fairy Tale Village and Make-a-Point Land in an effort to salvage their program. Meanwhile, the bad guys are hot on their tails.
   FINAL STORM (thriller) - When a storm of apocalyptic force descends on their farm, husband and wife Tom (Steve Bacic) and Gillian (Lauren Holly) offer shelter to a mysterious stranger named Silas (Luke Perry) -- who then ends up offering protection to the couple and their son (Cole Heppell). As they strive to cope with the devastation around them, the family begins to realize that Silas may have brought with him a new type of danger in this Uwe Boll-helmed thriller.
   OPPOSITE DAY (children & family) - is a hilarious new comedy that puts the kids in charge and the adults in their place. Nine year old Sammy and his 8 year old sister Carla go on holiday with their grandparents when their overworked parents are unable to take them. On the first night of their mountain vacation Sammy makes a childlike wish "I wish kids ruled the world". Little did he know what was yet to happen.
   THE BIG I AM (thriller) - A cruel twist of fate catapults small time crook Mickey Skinner into the big league, as head of a brutal London gang poised on the brink of a lucrative human-trafficking deal
    GLORIOUS 39 (drama) - Oblivious to the looming shadow of World War II, the wealthy Keyes maintain a confident façade in the British countryside until daughter Anne (Romola Garai) becomes an unexpected pawn. Her accidental discovery of secret recordings forms a rift in the Keyes family. Torn between her love for a government agent (Charlie Cox) and her obsession with a dark family truth, Anne could ultimately be branded a traitor. Julie Christie co-stars.
    FIREBALL (action & adventure) - Determined to find out who put his beloved twin brother in a coma, ex-con Tai (Preeti Barameeanat) infiltrates a criminal world dominated by the brutal underground sport of fireball -- a hyperviolent mash-up of basketball and martial-arts street fighting. Now part of a fireball team, Tai soon learns that getting his revenge may cost him his own life. Director Thanakorn Pongsuwan helms this action film that co-stars Phutharit Prombandal.
    THE BACK-UP PLAN (comedy) - A romantic comedy of coincidences begins when Zoe (Jennifer Lopez), tired of looking for Mr. Right, decides to have a baby on her own. As fate would have it, she meets the perfect man (Alex O'Loughlin) on the same day she's artificially inseminated. Now, Zoe has to figure out how to make her two life's dreams fit with each other. Alan Poul directs a hilarious, heartfelt tale of modern confusion, confession and romantic slapstick.
    SHOOT THE DUKE (action & adventure) - After mob accountant Jonathan Mardukas, aka the Duke, switches loyalties, crime lords everywhere must make sure that he is silenced in this action comedy. It's up to down-on-his luck cop Rockinsky (Stephen Baldwin) to make sure that the Duke lives to testify. Trapped with the injured Duke in a hospital, Rockinsky appeals to his estranged wife, Patricia (Bettina Zimmermann), and a bevy of reluctant hospital staff for help holding off the determined assassins.
    EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES (drama) - After their two young children are diagnosed with a rare genetic disease for which conventional medicine has no cure, John (Brendan Fraser) and Aileen (Keri Russell) pin their hopes on the work of unconventional scientist Dr. Robert Stonehill (Harrison Ford). Director Tom Vaughan's heartfelt drama is based on the true story of the Crowley family, as chronicled by journalist Geeta Anand in her book The Cure.
    CHEECH AND CHONG HEY WATCH THIS (comedy) - This documentary follows high-flying comedy duo Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong as they reunite for their long-anticipated Light Up America tour, crisscrossing the country and playing to sold-out audiences. Featuring riotous new material as well as classic bits from their 1970s and '80s heyday, the film also includes laugh-out-loud performances from Chong's wife, Shelby. Christian Charles (Comedian) directs.
    THE CRAZIES (horror) - When a plane crashes in a small town, a secret biological weapon is released. As the toxic substance infiltrates the local water system, some residents become gravely ill, while others descend into homicidal madness. Sheriff David Dutton (Timothy Olyphant) attempts to set things straight, but soon the military becomes involved in containing the killer virus. Breck Eisner directs this chilling remake of George A. Romero's 1973 horror classic.
    DON MCKAY (thriller) - At the urging of his ex-girlfriend, Sonny (Elisabeth Shue), who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, high school janitor Don McKay (Thomas Haden Church) returns to his hometown for the first time in 25 years and finds himself ensnared in a web of conspiracy, deception and murder. Melissa Leo (Frozen River), Keith David and M. Emmet Walsh also star in this indie thriller from first-time director Jake Goldberger.
    HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON (children & family) - As the son of a Viking leader on the cusp of manhood, shy Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III faces a rite of passage: He must kill a dragon to prove his warrior mettle. But after downing a feared dragon, he realizes that he no longer wants to destroy it. So he befriends the beast -- which he names Toothless -- much to the chagrin of his warrior father. Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders direct this animated adaptation of the book by Cressida Cowell.
    DEAR JOHN (romantic drama) - While on leave, U.S. soldier John Tyree (Channing Tatum) falls for Southern college student Savannah (Amanda Seyfried), whose ideals and heartfelt principles are at once attractive and unfamiliar. But their love is put on hold when terrorist attacks prompt John to reenlist. Now, handwritten letters hold the lovers together. Lasse Hallstrom directs this modern romance based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks.
   FACE (thriller) - Damon Albarn, lead singer of the British supergroup Blur, makes his acting debut in director Antonia Bird's edgy crime thriller set in the bowels of London's seedy underworld. Tough-as-nails gangster Ray (Robert Carlyle) and his motley crew of thugs are planning the heist of their lives. But when the loot disappears, the gang's greed gets the best of them. Is the traitor among them, or are they just paranoid?
   EVIL ANGEL (horror) - When paramedic Marcus Galan’s wife is brought back to life after a suicide attempt, she is not the same person she was before. This woman-whoever she is-can go from sugar and spice to downright demonic in the blink of an eye. Now someone has gone on a vicious killing spree, and the police are helpless to stop it. Slowly Marcus realizes this mysterious woman is actually Lilith, a wicked, avenging spirit with her sights on everyone Marcus knows and loves.
      POSSESSION (thriller) - Happily married Jessica (Sarah Michelle Gellar) deals with the fallout of a terrible tragedy when her husband (Michael Landes) and his brother (Lee Pace) both wind up in comas after a car accident. Even worse, when the brother awakens, he's convinced he's Jessica's husband. He seems to know details of Jessica's life that only his brother would be familiar with, prompting Jessica to suspect that a supernatural force is at work.
    PREACHERS KID (drama) - Yearning for new experiences, Angie (Letoya Luckett) abandons her preacher father, joins a touring gospel show and starts dating a handsome actor. But when her dreams of stardom stall, Angie struggles to maintain her faith, overcome her pride and find her way home. Inspired by the biblical parable of the prodigal son, this touching drama also stars Clifton Powell, Gregory Alan Williams and Sharif Atkins. Stan Foster writes and directs.
    CRAZY ON THE OUTSIDE (comedy) - Prison lasted three years, but making good with family is a life sentence for ex-con Tommy (Tim Allen), who comes home to an eccentric sister (Sigourney Weaver), a skeptical brother-in-law (J.K. Simmons) and a grandmother who thinks he's been on leave in France. Ready to turn over a new leaf, Tommy winds up flipping burgers and falling for his parole officer, Angela (Jeanne Tripplehorn), all the while fending off his scheming buddy (Ray Liotta).
    THE REEDS (horror) - When a group of London friends boating through Norfolk Broads takes a wrong turn in the dense, reedy waters, they find themselves haunted by a terrifying and ancient evil in this eerie spine chiller directed by Nick Cohen. It soon becomes apparent that they're no match for the malevolent forces that lurk in the vast waterway. Eli Marienthal, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Geoff Bell and Emma Catherwood star.
    HOTEL CALIFORNIA (crime thriller) - Two years after betraying a crime lord, drug smuggler Troy (Erik Palladino) returns to Los Angeles with one leg, a hefty cocaine habit and a thirst for revenge. He soon reunites with his old partners Pete (Simon Rex) and Al (Tyson Beckford), whose loyalties remain unclear. The trio's complicated history -- and that of Troy's ex-girlfriend Jessie (Tatyana Ali) -- unfolds in explosive flashbacks in this intense indie noir.
    The Heavy (thriller) - Sibling rivalry turned into betrayal between two brothers. One a prime candidate for Prime Minister, the other a henchman for a successful, yet shady businessman. Presented with an opportunity to take revenge against his brother, our anti-hero must come to terms with the truth in a world where you can trust no one and loyalty is rare.
    GANG GIRL (drama) - A Bronx gangster is forced into a "Scared Straight" program after her crimes yield unanticipated consequences, forcing her down a difficult path of redemption that will test her strength and reveal her true character. Shakira was just a frightened young girl in need of a friend. She thought that by joining a gang, she'd find sisterhood and protection. When things get out of hand, Shakira finds herself in a rehabilitation program, where an ex-gang leader attempts to show her that she needn't turn to crime in order to find comfort and acceptance.
    ICARUS (thriller) -A Soviet-trained assassin is determined to escape his double life as a hitman and as a husband-father.When a sudden mishap in Hong Kong blows Icarus' identity, past and present collide – and the assassin realizes he is now the target. The people that want him dead will stop at nothing to get to him. And that means going after what he cares about most-his wife and daughter. He must fight to save the only thing he's ever done right in his life. He needs to uncover who is after him and protect his family – before it's too late.
     A CHRISTMAS CAROL (children & family) - Jim Carrey stars as miserable Ebenezer Scrooge in this computer-animated adaption of Charles Dickens's iconic holiday tale about the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come. When confronted with the suffering of Tiny Tim -- as well as his own mortality -- Scrooge learns the power of opening his heart to others. Robert Zemeckis directs a star-studded cast featuring Colin Firth, Cary Elwes, Robin Wright Penn, Bob Hoskins and Gary Oldman.
     SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD (horror) - Rebel military man Crocket (Alan Van Sprang) and his band of rogue soldiers seek refuge from the living dead, only to land squarely in a family feud between the undead-hating O'Flynns and the Muldoons, a cure-seeking clan determined to help their zombie kinfolk. Cult horror master George A. Romero rises again to deliver another delicious zombie fest where the festering question is: Can a caring family coexist with their flesh-eating loved ones?
     THE BOUNTY HUNTER (comedy) - Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler) is a bounty hunter whose latest gig is a doozy, as he finds out too late that the bail-skipper he must chase down is his own ex-wife, Cassidy (Jennifer Aniston), and she has no intention of getting nabbed without a fight. Complicating matters, Cassidy's wannabe-boyfriend, Stewart (Jason Sudeikis), joins the chase in this high-octane comedy from director Andy Tennant (Hitch).
    THE FINAL (horror) - Dane (Marc Donato), an unpopular high school student, leads a group of outcasts seeking revenge on the popular kids who harassed and humiliated them for years -- and their plan includes gruesome forms of torture learned in history class and horror films. Confining the bullies at the remote house Dane inherited, the outcasts turn the tables and subject their victims to a night of grisly treatment in this gory horror flick.
    SHUTTER ISLAND (thriller) - World War II soldier-turned-U.S. marshal Teddy Daniels (Leonardo DiCaprio) investigates the disappearance of a patient from a hospital for the criminally insane, but his efforts are compromised by his own troubling visions and by Dr. Cawley (Ben Kingsley). Mark Ruffalo, Michelle Williams, Emily Mortimer and Max von Sydow co-star in director Martin Scorsese's plot twist-filled psychological thriller set on a Massachusetts island in 1954.
    CRAZY HEART (drama) - When reporter Jean Craddock (Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal) interviews Bad Blake (Oscar winner Jeff Bridges) -- an alcoholic, seen-better-days country music legend -- they connect, and the hard-living crooner sees a possible saving grace in a life with Jean and her young son. But can he leave behind an existence playing in the shadow of Tommy (Colin Farrell), the upstart kid he once mentored? Robert Duvall produces and co-stars.
    LAFFAPALOOZA TRACEY MORGAN (stand-up) - "30 Rock" funnyman Tracy Morgan hosts this all-star, full-blast 2008 comic fest produced by Jamie Foxx and featuring Mark Curry, Sheryl Underwood, Earthquake and others, recorded live at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. From politics to marriage and more, all is fodder for comedy as the jokes fly fast and furious, leaving howls of laughter. Lavell Crawford and Corey Holcomb add to the mayhem, and Anthony Anderson hosts a bonus comedy concert.
    DEFENDOR (comedy) - Despite lacking any actual superpowers, Arthur Poppington (Woody Harrelson) transforms himself into costumed vigilante "Defendor." But danger beckons when the hero tries to protect young prostitute Kat (Kat Dennings) from an assailant. This clever drama -- writer-director Peter Stebbings's first feature -- also stars Sandra Oh as Arthur's court-appointed shrink and Elias Koteas as corrupt undercover cop Chuck Dooney.
    BROOKLYNS FINEST (drama) - Antoine Fuqua directs this tense drama about three wildly different New York cops whose paths collide in a Brooklyn housing project, where each must make a decision that will change the course of their lives forever. Cynical, washed-up Eddie (Richard Gere) no longer cares about the job or the rules; cash-strapped Sal (Ethan Hawke) sees a shortcut to solvency; and Tango (Don Cheadle) is torn between conflicting loyalties. Ellen Barkin co-stars.
    THE DEAD OUTSIDE (horror) - In the stark aftermath of a neurological pandemic, two strangers come together on an isolated Scottish farm. April, a 16 year old survivor with a dark past has survived alone for months. Daniel, a man bereaved, clings desperately on to hope of life in the outside world. Questioning his own sanity in the face of the maddened and distant cries of the lethally dangerous infected, he finds that the true enemy lies much closer to home.
    DURESS (thriller) - Grieving after his wife's recent suicide, Richard Barnett (Martin Donovan) witnesses a brutal killing by the charismatic Abner Solvie (Sakis Rouvas). The widower's troubles multiply when Abner forces him to become his criminal protege by threatening to execute Richard's daughter (Ariel Winter). In order to keep her alive, Richard must behave like his psychotic captor in this tautly suspenseful thriller.
    THE GRIND (thriller) - Heavily in debt to the Mexican mafia, small-time crook Luke (C. Thomas Howell) hatches a moneymaking scheme that could solve all of his woes. Enlisting the aid of his pals Courtney (Tanya Allen) and Josh (Michael Welch), Luke starts up a steamy all-girl Web site. But entrepreneurship comes with plenty of obstacles -- double-crossing employees, impatient investors, deadly mobsters and more -- in this gripping and sexy independent thriller.
    STORAGE (horror) - Storage opens with Jimmy (Matthew Scully) witnessing the mindless murder of his father. Before long he’s working for his uncle Leonard (Damien Garvey) in a storage facility where one of the customers, Francis (Robert Mammone), raises Jimmy’s suspicions with his furtive behaviour and after some investigation, he and his uncle take action. Since Storage is one of those films with a secret, to reveal more would allow you to connect the dots but those familiar with the terrain will, in turn, have their suspicions.
    A CLOSED BOOK (thriller) - A brilliant author who has lost his sight in a terrible accident hires an amanuensis, Jane appears to be ideal: attractive, intelligent, unruffled by her employer's abrupt eccentricities. But, gradually, we come aware that Jane has another agenda. Incrementally, Sir Paul's familiar surroundings are altered. His housekeeper is diverted away, strange things happen around the house and he becomes increasingly dependent on his new assistant.    
    THE DESCENT pt. 2 (horror) -In this gruesome thriller, blood-drenched Sarah Carter (Shauna MacDonald) surfaces as the lone escapee from the savage cave-dwelling Crawlers that terrorized her and five others. Traumatized and unable to explain the nightmare, she must return to help find her friends. But it's not long before the search team becomes the Crawlers' fresh prey. And Sarah once again battles to cheat death, as she clings to the hope that her friends are alive.
    PERCY JACKSON & THE OLYMPIANS (sci-fi & fantasy) - After he discovers that he's the son of the Greek god Poseidon (Kevin McKidd), 12-year-old Percy Jackson (Logan Lerman) strikes out on an action-packed adventure to rescue his mortal mother and negotiate a peace treaty between his father, Zeus (Sean Bean), and Hades (Steve Coogan). Chris Columbus (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets) directs this fun family tale that also stars Pierce Brosnan, Rosario Dawson and Uma Thurman.
                             NINE DEAD (thriller) - Nine strangers face the mind-bender of a lifetime when a hooded madman locks them in a basement and announces that he will slay one of them every 10 minutes until they uncover the mysterious connection they all share. But starting without a single clue, can any of them solve the puzzle in less than 90 minutes? This horror-suspense film from director Chris Shadley stars Melissa Joan Hart, John Terry and Lucille Soong.
                            DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE MORGANS (comedy) - After witnessing a murder, high-powered -- and estranged -- wife Meryl (Sarah Jessica Parker) and husband Paul (Hugh Grant) Morgan must say good-bye to sophisticated Manhattan when they enter the witness protection program together and land in Wyoming. At odds, they attempt to adjust to small-town life in this charming comedy that also stars Sam Elliott, Mary Steenburgen and Elisabeth Moss. Marc Lawrence (Two Weeks Notice) writes and directs.
                              LEAVES OF GRASS (comedy) - Edward Norton does double duty in this quirky tale about a respected Ivy League professor who's lured back to Oklahoma to help his equally brilliant twin brother -- who grows the world's finest hydroponic marijuana -- best a big-time pot pusher (Richard Dreyfuss). Writer-director Tim Blake Nelson co-stars in this oddball crime comedy alongside Keri Russell, Susan Sarandon, Rhea Perlman, Steve Earle and Ty Burrell.
                          DANTE’S INFERNO (animation horror) - Traveling beyond death to rescue his love, Beatrice, from evil Lucifer, Dante enters the nine circles of hell, battling the vicious demons and monsters he encounters in this spectacular animated retelling of Dante Alighieri's classic morality tale. A companion to EA's video game, the action-packed medieval journey features the voices of Mark Hamill, Victoria Tennant, Vanessa Branch and Graham McTavish.
                           BOOGIE THE OILY (adult animation) - Boogie is the ultimate sociopath – a sexist, violent, sadistic assassin who follows only his own rules, and loves every minute of it – a sarcastic ode to Dirty Harry. Try to keep up with him as he carves a path through the dark underbelly of society with bullets and blood.
      THE AVON BARKSDALE STORY (documentary) - A documentary about the real-life Baltimore gangster than inspired the Avon Barksdale character on The Wire. Barksdale's real name, Nathan Avon Barksdale, and his nickname, "Bodie," were both used in the series as composite characters. Avon Barksdale was The Wire's first season's central character. The storyline focused on the Barksdale clan and their ruthless hold on Baltimore's underworld and the intense efforts of law enforcement to stop them. Barksdale was a real crime figure in Baltimore.   
               FROM PARIS WITH LOVE (action & adventure) - While working at the American embassy in Paris, low-level intelligence agent James Reece (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) gets involved in espionage when he's pulled into a terrorist plot by high-ranking but uncouth American operative Charlie Wax (John Travolta), who's trying to stop it. Pierre Morel directs this fast-paced international thriller with a script by Luc Besson (The Professional, The Fifth Element) and Adi Hasak. Richard Durden also stars.
           CAPITALISM: A LOVE STORY (documentary) - Filmmaker Michael Moore (Sicko, Fahrenheit 9/11) takes on capitalism's roots, the floundering U.S. economy, and 2008's global financial meltdown and subsequent bank bailout in this rousing documentary. Combining stories about those who suffer most from Corporate America's greed and insatiable thirst for profits and the people most responsible for myriad crises, Moore embarks on another shocking fact-finding rampage.
                           LEGION (thriller) - In the wake of an an apocalypse of major proportions, a motley crew of survivors (including Dennis Quaid, Tyrese Gibson and Kate Walsh) ekes out a living at an abandoned truck stop in the desert, never suspecting that the pregnant woman walking among them is carrying the Messiah. Paul Bettany co-stars in this thriller as the archangel Michael, who was sent to Earth to steer humankind away from darkness and toward the light.
        TOOTH FAIRY (comedy) - When minor-league hockey player Derek Thompson -- who has a penchant for knocking out his opponents' teeth every time he plays -- disillusions a fan, he is sentenced to a stint for one week as a bona fide, tutu-clad, real-life tooth fairy. Soon, Derek is inspired to rekindle his youthful dreams. Ashley Judd portrays his love interest, Carly, in this family comedy starring The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson.
           EDGE OF DARKNESS (thriller) - As a seasoned homicide detective, Thomas Craven (Mel Gibson) has seen the bleakest side of humanity. But nothing prepares him for the toughest investigation of his life: the search for his only daughter Emma's (Bojana Novakovic) killer. Now, he is on a personal mission to uncover the disturbing secrets surrounding her murder, including corporate corruption, government collusion and Emma's own mysterious life.
          WRONG SIDE OF TOWN (action & adventure) - After ex-Navy Seal Bobby Kalinowsky (Rob Van Dam) accidentally kills a man who accosted his wife in a club, the slain man's brother (Jerry Katz) puts a $100,000 bounty on his head in this action flick packed with wrestling superstars. With every thug in the city gunning for him, Bobby has to rely on his combat survival training and his old friend Ronnie (David Bautista) to keep himself and his family alive.
     JUSTICE LEAGUE CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS (animation) - Alternate universes collide when Lex Luthor (voiced by Chris Noth) drops in from another dimension, imploring the Justice League to save his version of Earth -- where he's a good guy -- from a group of supervillains called the Crime Syndicate. Mark Harmon, James Woods and William Baldwin lend their voices as Superman, Owlman and Batman, respectively, in this animated feature based on DC Comics characters.
    CIRQUE DU FREAK: THE VAMPIRES ASSISTANT (horror) - Things get freaky fast for 16-year-old Darren Shan (Chris Massoglia) when his friend (Josh Hutcherson) takes him to a circus that's chockfull of sideshow oddities. There, he meets vampire Larten Crepsley (John C. Reilly) and receives a life-changing bite on the neck. As the newest member of the mysterious Cirque du Freak troupe, Darren keeps company with Madame Truska (Salma Hayek) and sparks a war between the vampires and their rivals.
    THE GRAVES (horror) - When sisters Megan (Clare Grant) and Abby (Jillian Murray) Graves go on a road trip before recent college graduate Megan starts a job in New York, their fun search for a silly roadside attraction turns into a nightmare after they stumble into evil Skull City. The supernatural residents of this abandoned mine town like to rip out visitors' souls, and after Megan is badly wounded, Abby must fight to save them both in this bloody spine-chiller.
          WHATEVER SHE WANTS (drama) - In this film version of the popular stage play, Vivica A. Fox stars as Vivian Wolf, a woman so cynical about love that she opens her own exclusive club and rigorously screens every man who hopes to get inside. But when even the seemingly perfect Julian lets her down, she confronts the possibility that genuine love may not come prepackaged in the way she expects. Richard Roundtree co-stars in this romantic drama.
       FINISH LINE (action & adventure) - Minor league stock car racer Mitch (Samuel Page) has his eyes on the big time. So when he lands a job as a private mechanic to a business tycoon (Scott Baio), he sees it as the next step in his career. But he soon discovers that his boss is involved in some deadly enterprises. What's more, he's merely using Mitch as a pawn in a high-stakes arms deal. Taylor Cole co-stars in this high-octane thriller.
        THE HAUNTED WORLD OF EL SUPERBEASTO (Adult animation) - Mexican wrestler El Superbeasto (voiced by Tom Papa) may be well past his prime, but that won't stop him and his sultry sister, Suzi-X (Sheri Moon), from saving the world from the greedy and evil clutches of Dr. Satan (Paul Giamatti). Rob Zombie adapts his own comic book series into this gleefully filthy monster adventure, which also features the voice talents of Brian Posehn as Murray the Robot and Rosario Dawson as Velvet Von Black.
             FROM MEXICO WITH LOVE (sports drama) - After he is beaten up and left for dead for fear he'll defeat his former employer's (Stephen Lang) son, Richard (Alex Nesic), in a boxing match, fruit-picker Hector Villa (Kuno Becker) trains with demoralized coach Billy (Bruce McGill) to keep his family safe and to exact revenge. With his mother's recent death on his mind and a desire to rise above his meager occupation, Hector fights for more than a championship title.
            FERNGULLY 2 (children & family) - Batty Koda, Crysta, Pips and the Beetle Boys are enjoying an idyllic existence in a 1,000-year-old rainforest called Ferngully. But when a couple of nefarious poachers show up and steal the baby animals Crysta was looking after, the whole gang must venture into the land of the humans to bring the young ones home. With the help of a girl and her grandfather, the small yet heroic rescuers embark on the ultimate adventure to save their friends.
                       MALICE IN WONDERLAND (action & adventure) - This intriguing, updated take on Alice in Wonderland is set in modern-day London, where American law student Alice (Maggie Grace) suffers amnesia after being hit by a taxi and awakens in a bizarre, gritty netherworld populated by all manner of unsavory characters. With motor-mouthed cab driver Whitey (Danny Dyer) as her guide, can Alice regain her memory and make her way back to the real world in one piece?
                                                                DEAD MAN RUNNING (thriller) - Ex-con Nick (Tamer Hassan) has 24 hours to pay ruthless loan shark Thigo (50 Cent) or else he's dead. To get his hands on as much cash as possible, Nick embarks on a wild adventure full of fights, shoot-outs, heists and other extreme ordeals. Alex De Rakoff directs and English footballers Ashley Cole and Rio Ferdinand executive produce this fast-paced action comedy that also stars Brenda Blethyn as Nick's mother.
      LET GOD BE THE JUDGE (drama play) - After Brian is killed by a mugger, he faces a spiritual trial where God will judge his life and pronounce a sentence: eternal life or damnation. Before making a decision, God summons witnesses to testify about Brian's character. The hearing forces Brian to reevaluate some of his important choices and reawakens the religious feelings that he allowed to lapse. Carl Anthony Payne and Clifton Powell star in the Emmbre Perry production.
     STAG NIGHT (horror) - Next time they'll take a taxi: This is the lesson learned by a group of New Yorkers who, fresh on the heels of a bachelor party, hop on the subway so that they can continue to celebrate in this thriller written and directed by Peter A. Dowling. The night quickly goes south, however, when the gang witnesses the murder of a transit cop in an abandoned subway station. Now, they must traverse the underground tunnels on foot to escape the killers.
     THE SPY NEXT DOOR (comedy) - While babysitting for his neighbor, Gillian (Amber Valletta), Bob (Jackie Chan) is thrust into a world of top-secret adventure after one of the kids inadvertently downloads a secret code in this action-packed comedy. Now Bob must guard the children when secret agents descend upon them. Billy Ray Cyrus, Lucas Till and George Lopez co-star, with Lopez playing CIA agent Glaze, who might not be on the up-and-up.
     ALL STAR COMEDY JAM MIAMI (stand-up) - Shaquille O'Neal turns up the heat for the second edition of the All Star Comedy Jam, with the legendary D.L. Hughley playing emcee and stand-up sharpshooters Earthquake, Lavell Crawford, Melanie Comarcho and Arnez J. topping the bill. Filmed at the Fillmore Miami Beach as part of the 2009 American Black Film Festival, the no-limits sketch revue taps the Original Kings of Comedy vein and gets the funny on.
     OLD DOGS (comedy) - On the verge of a game-changing business deal, a divorced dad (Robin Williams) and his womanizing best friend and partner (John Travolta) are thrown for a loop when they're tasked with caring for a rambunctious pair of 6-year-old twins. Helmed by Walt Becker, this family comedy also stars Seth Green, Kelly Preston, Matt Dillon, Rita Wilson and Bernie Mac, in his final big-screen appearance.
     THE STICK UP KIDS (action & adventure) - Smooth-talking, ambitious Santos (Tariq Alexander) heads a small but tight crew, consisting of his three childhood friends, in his Harlem neighborhood. The four friends, known as "The Stick Up Kids," mistakenly believe they can outrun any and all trouble. Although they are skilled at petty crime, the friends must pull off a complex con after an unforeseen death tests their relationships with one another and their community, which is in danger.
    NINJA ASSASSIN (action & adventure) - When his best friend is murdered by the shadowy Ozunu clan, Raizo (Rain), an orphan raised to be an assassin, vows revenge. But a government agent (Naomie Harris) is also trying to expose the gang, and now, the two must work together to bring the Okunu to justice. Time is running out as the clan's professional killers chase the pair across Europe. James McTeigue directs this action thriller also featuring Rick Yune, Ben Miles and Shô Kosugi.
                                                                                                      GOD SEND ME A MAN (drama play) - Judgmental, materialistic and a bit promiscuous -- it's no wonder Stacey (Constance Washington) can't find a good man. But a sudden crisis with her younger sister prompts Stacey to attend a prayer meeting, where she vows to turn her life around. Opening her heart to spirituality helps Stacey see things in a completely different light, especially her cousin's pal James, whose advances she has previously dismissed.
    NINE (drama) - Movie director Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) is in the throes of a midlife crisis, struggling to write his film while juggling relationships with wife Luisa (Marion Cotillard), mistress Carla (Penélope Cruz), muse Claudia (Nicole Kidman), producer Lilli (Judi Dench) and his mother (Sophia Loren). Rob Marshall (Chicago) helms this Golden Globe-nominated musical based on the Broadway smash; Stacy Ferguson and Kate Hudson co-star.
     CABIN FEVER 2 SPRING FEVER (horror) – It’s back: The flesh-eating virus that decimated a cabin full of coeds is on the loose again. This time around, a high school prom is ground zero for the epidemic in this horror sequel directed by Ti West. Thanks to a local stream being contaminated during the first outbreak, the bottled water being distributed at the high school dance is causing the unwitting students to break out in ghastly blisters and sores.
    THE PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR OPERATION DVD PREMIERE (children & family) - In New York's Central Park Zoo, resident penguins Skipper, Kowalski, Private and Rico use their incredible cunning and ingenuity to maintain order and prevent their obnoxious lemur rivals King Julien, Mort and Maurice from gaining the upper hand. A spinoff of the popular Madagascar movie franchise, this collection features all-new adventures plus favorites from the Nickelodeon series "The Penguins of Madagascar."
     THE COLLECTOR (horror) - Desperate to be free of his financial debt to his ex-wife, Arkin (Josh Stewart) breaks into his employer's house to snag a jewel he knows will buy him independence. Too bad for him, someone else has gotten there first in this Marcus Dunston-helmed horror fest. Now, Arkin just wants to survive the night when he finds the house's residents tied up, the house rigged with deadly traps and a masked madman engaged in a deadly game of cat and mouse.
     EVERYBODY’S FINE (drama) - Frank (Robert De Niro) just lost his wife, and without their mother by his side, Frank's grown children aren't compelled to visit for the holidays. So he hits the road to visit them -- collecting various revelations and learning about himself along the way. Drew Barrymore, Kate Beckinsale, Sam Rockwell and Melissa Leo co-star in writer-director Kirk Jones's family tale, an update of Giuseppe Tornatore's 1990 Italian film.
     WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN FATE OF THE FUTURE (children & family) - This collection of episodes from the animated series' first season includes "Stolen Lives," in which Wolverine and Mystique join forces to get inside the government's secret Weapon X project and face off against their nemeses Maverick and Sabretooth. Other episodes include "Hunting Grounds," "Badlands," "Code of Conduct" and "Backlash," in which the X-Men try to demolish the villainous Master Mold, which threatens all mutants.
    GROWTH (horror) - In 1989, a breakthrough in advanced parasitic research on Cuttyhunk Island, gave scientists a jump in human evolution. Initial tests proved promising as subjects were experiencing heightened physical and mental strength and awareness. But, something in the experiment went horribly wrong and the island mysteriously lost three quarters of its population.
     DAYBREAKERS (horror) - Earth's population is up against a vicious plague that's transforming everyone into vampires and draining the world of an increasingly precious resource: blood. Edward Dalton (Ethan Hawke) and "Elvis" Cormac (Willem Dafoe) must decide what happens next. As the human race count nears zero, will vampires feast on the few men and women who remain, or could science hold the key to a less destructive solution? Sam Neill and Claudia Karvan co-star.
      BITCH SLAP (action & adventure) - Three naughty girls -- leggy stripper Trixie (Julia Voth), homicidal drug runner Camero (America Olivo) and high-powered businesswoman Hel (Erin Cummings) -- team up to rip off a crime kingpin, but surprise betrayals quickly spin events out of control. Guns, hand-to-hand combat, scantily clad women and plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor populate this guilty-pleasure throwback to 1960s and '70s exploitation films.
         THE IMAGINARIUM OF DOCTOR PARNASSUS (sci-fi & fantasy) - Christopher Plummer and Heath Ledger star in this quirky fantasy from director Terry Gilliam. When a deal with the devil comes due, the immortal Doctor Parnassus (Plummer) must renegotiate the pact to save his daughter. Now, with the help of his mystical theater troupe and a mysterious stranger, Parnassus attempts to right the wrongs of his past. The film is Ledger's last, with Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law all completing his role.
                              SHE’S CRUSHED (horror) - The morning after is acutely uncomfortable for Ray (Henrik Norlén), who engages in a one-night stand with innocent-looking Tara (Natalie Dickinson) and then tries to move on. Tara doesn't see things his way, and she takes lethal measures to keep the passion alive. In this horror-thriller directed by Patrick Johnson, tortured soul becomes torturing avenger as Tara sets about obliterating from Ray's life anyone who might compete for his attention.
                                 THE ONLY GOOD INDIAN (drama) - Set in the early 20th century, when Native Americans were forced to attend boarding schools to assimilate with white culture, this provocative drama follows Charlie (Winter Fox Frank), a teenager who flees one such school to return home. Wes Studi is Sam Franklin, a Cherokee bounty hunter who has rejected his native people, charged with bringing Charlie back. Kevin Willmott (CSA: Confederate States of America) directs this powerful film.
                           FROM THE OUTHOUSE TO THE WHITE HOUSE (stand-up) -  Comedian Earthquake hosts and stars in this stand-up comedy special, which features six top comics dishing their outrageous takes on the election of Barack Obama to the White House in 2008 and the impact his presidency has had on America. Also bringing the funny to the lively Washington, D.C. audience in this program are comics Sheryl Underwood, Joe Clair, Don 'D.C.' Curry, and Dominique and Dez White.
                 CASH (thriller) - Sam and Leslie Phelan (Chris Hemsworth and Victoria Profeta) are feeling the crunch of the economic crisis. So when fast-talking Pyke Kubic (Sean Bean) enters their lives offering a big payout in exchange for their help retrieving his own stolen money, the answer's easy. But soon, Sam finds himself drawn so deeply into Chicago's underworld that he may never get out. Mike Starr, Michael Mantell and Glenn Plummer also star.
     AS GOOD AS DEAD (thriller) - When left-wing extremist Ethan Belfrage (Cary Elwes) murders white supremacist cult leader Rev. Kalahan (Brian Cox), Kalahan's wife (Andie MacDowell) goes on the warpath with two members of the cult. They hunt down Belfrage and subject him to torture, but do they have the right man? Frank Whaley, Jess Weixler and Matt Dallas also star in this twisting psychological thriller. Jonathan Mossek directs.
    PLANET HULK (children & family) - When Earth's superheroes exile the volatile Incredible Hulk to a distant planet called Sakaar, the muscle-bound green monster is sold into slavery and forced to compete in gladiatorial games for the planet's despotic Red King. But soon, the Hulk joins forces with his fellow slaves to fight for freedom -- and a chance to get revenge on his earthly foes. This animated film is based on the "Planet Hulk" storylines originally featured in Marvel comics.
    THE INFORMANT (thriller) - While gathering evidence against his employer, ADM in Decatur, Ill., to help the FBI build a price-fixing conspiracy case, wealthy, affable executive Mark Whitacre (Matt Damon, in a Golden Globe-nominated role) begins to piece together a fantasy world of his own. Based on Kurt Eichenwald's acclaimed nonfiction book about a true-life Corporate America whistle-blower, Steven Soderbergh's dark comedy co-stars Scott Bakula, Joel McHale and Melanie Lynskey.
    MORE THAN A GAME (documentary) -  Four African American hoopsters -- including LeBron James, who became an NBA megastar but faced a media maelstrom in his pressure-cooker senior year -- test their unique bond when they prep for playoffs at their elite, largely Caucasian high school. Filmmaker Kristopher Belman crafts a compelling profile of raw talent, commitment and true friendship, all centered on Sian Cotton, Willie McGee and Romeo Travis.
    ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKQUEL (children & family) -   Alvin (voiced by Justin Long), Simon (Matthew Gray Gubler) and Theodore (Jesse McCartney) are back, along with their careworn manager, Dave (Jason Lee), and this time they have competition: The Chipettes (Anna Faris, Christina Applegate and Amy Poehler), hired by Dave's nemesis, Ian Hawke (David Cross). Cameron Richardson, Zachary Levi and Wendie Malick also lend their voice talents for this good-time live-action/CGI sequel.
    ABSOLUTE EVIL (thriller) - When a suspicious cop ambushes lovers Savannah (Carolyn Neff) and Cooper (Rusty Joiner) in their motel room near the Mexican border, they get the drop on the lawman -- only to have another dark figure emerge and shoot Cooper dead. Who would want to kill the young man, and why? And what does he have to do with another man being tortured a thousand miles away in L.A.? Ulli Lommel directs this thriller; David Carradine co-stars.
    NEW MOON (thrillers) - In this sequel to Twilight directed by Chris Weitz (American Pie), Forks, Wash., resident Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) is reeling from the departure of her vampire love, Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), and finds comfort in her friendship with Jacob Black, a werewolf (Taylor Lautner). But before she knows it, she's thrust into a centuries-old conflict, and her desire to be with Edward at any cost leads her to take greater and greater risks.
    AVATAR (sci-fi & fantasy) -  Disabled Marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) travels to planet Pandora to become an avatar, ingratiate himself with the natives and help Americans mine lucrative unobtainium. But he finds himself in an interstellar conflict after falling for Na'vi warrior Neytiri (Zoe Saldana). James Cameron writes and directs this Golden Globe-winning CGI odyssey that has broken box office records. Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang co-star.
   BUZZ LIGHTYEAR of STAR COMMAND THE ADVENTURE BEGINS (children & family) - To infinity and beyond! Buzz Lightyear (voiced by Tim Allen), everyone's favorite Space Ranger from the Academy Award-winning Toy Story movies, is here with an exciting interstellar space adventure all his own. Joined by Star Command team members Mira Nova, the psychic princess, bumbling newbie Booster and XR, the experimental robot, Buzz defends the planet of the Little Green Men against the devious plots of the evil Emperor Zurg.
    THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG (children & family) -  Down in New Orleans during the fabulous Jazz Age, young Princess Tiana (voice of Anika Noni Rose) searches for true love and comes face-to-face with snooty debutante Charlotte (Jennifer Cody), ancient voodoo priestess Mama Odie (Jennifer Lewis) and the evil Dr. Facilier (Keith David). But with the help of her mother (Oprah Winfrey), a crooning alligator and other friends, Tiana's fairy-tale dreams may come true after all.
    THE FOURTH KIND (thriller) - When Alaskan psychiatrist Dr. Abigail Tyler (Milla Jovovich) begins videotaping her therapy sessions with clients, she uncovers petrifying evidence that they have experienced the fourth level of alien encounter: abduction. But as she finds more clues, she suspects that the government will do anything to conceal the truth. Olatunde Osunsanmi directs and Will Patton co-stars in this jarring thriller allegedly based on a true tale.
    SHERLOCK HOLMES (action & adventure) - Robert Downey Jr. stars as the legendary London sleuth Sherlock Holmes, joined by Jude Law as Dr. Watson, in this Guy Ritchie-helmed reinvention of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's detective series. Based on a comic book by producer Lionel Wigram, the story follows Holmes and Watson as they face off against the villainous Blackwood (Mark Strong). Rachel McAdams co-stars as sharp beauty Irene Adler.
    MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS (comedy) - Journalist Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor) latches onto an unbelievable story in Iraq when he meets Lyn Cassady (George Clooney), a man of mysterious origins who reveals he was a "warrior monk" trained by the U.S. Army to develop psychic powers. Jeff Bridges co-stars as Lyn's mentor, the man who dreamed up the top-secret operation. Kevin Spacey and Rebecca Mader co-star in this Grant Heslov-helmed wild spoof.
    FAKE IDENTITY/DOUBLE IDENTITY (thriller) - The life of an American doctor (Val Kilmer) working in Chechnya turns upside down when he meets a mysterious woman in distress. After he helps her escape from a goon, an international criminal assumes the doctor is a spy. Now he finds himself engaged in a life-or-death game of cat and mouse, but he's staying one step ahead of the gangster -- for now -- in this action-packed thriller. Dennis Dimster-Denk writes and directs.
    THE ROAD (thriller) - In the near future, the world has been virtually destroyed. From the ash-covered, post-apocalyptic remains of Appalachia, the Father (Viggo Mortensen) and Son (Kodi Smit-McPhee) take to the road in search of a better life. The Father's health is failing, lending urgency to a journey impeded by nomadic bands of cannibalistic humans. Charlize Theron co-stars in this adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
    FANTASTIC MR. FOX (children & family) -  When Mr. Fox's nightly raids on three nearby farms raise the ire of the selfish farmers, he must outwit the men's increasingly outrageous plans to catch him in this animated adaption of the Roald Dahl book. As the farmers' schemes take a toll on his hungry family, Mr. Fox must find a new way to get his paws on the bounty. Wes Anderson directs, and George Clooney, Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray and Anjelica Huston lend their voice-over talents.
    THE BOYS ARE BACK (drama) - Following the sudden death of his wife, Australian sportswriter Joe Warr (Clive Owen) struggles to cope with his grief and comfort his young son (Nicholas McAnulty). Being a single father gets even trickier when Joe's rebellious teenage son from a previous marriage (George MacKay) moves in. Director Scott Hicks helms this touching -- and often hilarious -- tale of a family in flux, based on a memoir by Simon Carr.
    THE STEPFATHER (horror) - Mom's (Sela Ward) new boyfriend, David (Dylan Walsh), isn't quite right and Michael knows it. A series of mysterious events leads the teen to suspect that David might in fact be a dangerous serial killer known for preying on families. Now, all he needs to do is gather evidence before it's too late. Nelson McCormick directs this spine-tingling remake of the 1987 thriller based on the real-life story of killer John Emil List.
    44 INCH CHEST (thriller) - After his wife, Liz (Joanne Whalley), cheats on him, gangster Colin Diamond (Ray Winstone) gets his revenge by enlisting his underworld pals to kidnap her hunky French lover (Melvil Poupaud) in the feature debut of director Malcolm Venville. Top British actors including Ian McShane, John Hurt and Tom Wilkinson round out the cast of the crime thriller, penned by the screenwriters of another memorable Winstone vehicle, Sexy Beast.
    IT’S COMPLICATED (comedy) - Ten years after their divorce, Jane (Meryl Streep) and Jake (Alec Baldwin) enjoy an amicable friendship. When the two unite for their son's college graduation, their romance is rekindled. But Jake is married, and Jane's architect, Adam (Steve Martin), has a thing for her. Now cheating on the younger woman for whom he left Jane, Jake wants his ex-wife back. But Jane's busy getting to know Adam. This love story is complicated indeed -- and fun.
    SMOKIN’ ACES 2 (action & adventure) - In this comic shoot-'em-up prequel to 2006's Smokin' Aces, Tom Berenger stars as Walter Weed, a lawman assigned to safeguard a mob informant in witness protection against a lethal assassin named McTeague (Vinnie Jones). But Weed might be out of his depth when other assorted bounty hunters, contract killers and assailants -- including the psychotic Tremor clan -- zero in his witness. Ernie Hudson and Autumn Reeser co-star.
    WHITEOUT (thriller) - The lone U.S. Marshal at a research station in Antarctica, Carrie Stetko (Kate Beckinsale) stumbles upon the continent's first murder victim. With only three days left until the sun sets for six months, Carrie races to solve the complex mystery before darkness falls. Based on a graphic novel by Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber, this tense thriller also stars Gabriel Macht, Alex O'Loughlin and Tom Skerritt.
    SORORITY ROW (horror) - When a prank results in the accidental death of a Theta Pi sister, the sorority's members keep the crime under wraps. But as graduation rolls around, a masked killer begins stalking and slaying the girls responsible for the death. Someone is out for revenge, but who could know about their dirty little secret? Stewart Hendler directs this slasher flick that stars Jamie Chung, Rumer Willis and Audrina Patridge.
   ARMORED (thriller) - Armored truck guards Mike (Matt Dillon), Baines (Laurence Fishburne) and Quinn (Jean Reno) turn against one another after their plan to steal $10 million from their own company goes seriously haywire. A witness throws a wrench into their seemingly flawless strategy, so each man scrambles to save his own skin -- whatever the cost to the other conspirators. Nimród Antal directs and Columbus Short co-stars.
    THE INVENTION OF LYING (comedy) - In a land where no one fibs, fiction doesn't exist and movies consist of actors simply reading historical facts, unsuccessful screenwriter Mark (Ricky Gervais) gains fame and fortune -- and maybe the girl of his dreams (Jennifer Garner) -- by saying things that aren't true. Gervais and Matthew Robinson co-write and co-direct this mayhem-filled comedy that co-stars Rob Lowe. Look for cameos by Tina Fey, Jonah Hill and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
    HOUSEBROKEN (comedy) -In order to enjoy his retirement, a father takes drastic measures to get his twenty something, slacker sons to move out and fend for themselves
    AN EDUCATION (drama) - Jenny's (Carey Mulligan) Oxford-bound teen life is undistinguished in 1961 London until she's given a different kind of education after being immersed in the beguiling but hazardous world of cultured and much-older David (Peter Sarsgaard). Even Jenny's father, Jack (Alfred Molina), is intrigued by him, but her school's unimpressed headmistress (Emma Thompson) works to keep Jenny's entire future from crumbling under David's influence.
    THE TIME TRAVELERS WIFE (drama) - Due to a genetic disorder, handsome librarian Henry DeTamble (Eric Bana) involuntarily zips through time, appearing at various moments in the life of his true love, the beautiful artist Clare Abshire (Rachel McAdams). Also starring Ron Livingston as Gomez, the soul-stirring romantic drama was adapted from the best-selling Audrey Niffenegger novel by Bruce Joel Rubin, the screenwriter behind the beloved weepy Ghost.
    THE LOVELY BONES (drama) - When 14-year-old Susie Salmon (Saoirse Ronan) is murdered, she watches from above as her family deals with her tragic death -- and as her killer prepares to strike again. Torn between vengeance and healing, Susie's loved ones are forever changed. Mark Wahlberg and Rachel Weisz star in Peter Jackson's adaptation of Alice Sebold's riveting best-selling novel; Susan Sarandon and Stanley Tucci co-star.
    VAMPIRE KILLERS (horror) - Two luckless friends (played by James Corden and Mathew Horne) head to a hamlet in the Welsh countryside for a hiking holiday, only to find all the women of the village enslaved by an ancient vampire curse. Armed with crucifixes, axes and anything else they can add to their arsenal, the duo prepares to fight for their lives. Paul McGann and Silvia Colloca also star in this bitingly funny tale of horror from director Phil Claydon.
    I CAN DO BAD ALL BY MYSELF (drama) - Jennifer (Hope Olaide Wilson) and her kid brothers realize they've picked the wrong house to rob when they come face-to-face with quick-tempered matriarch Madea (Tyler Perry), who promptly deposits them with the only family they have: their hard-living aunt April (Taraji P. Henson), a nightclub singer. April's got no room in her heart for the kids -- until a handsome new tenant (Adam Rodriguez) starts to crack her tough exterior.
    BREAKING POINT (action & adventure) - While struggling to return to a normal life after succumbing to drug addiction and dealing with a family tragedy, prominent attorney Steven Luisi (Tom Berenger) takes on a high-profile murder case and soon finds himself forced to deal with his past. With the help of an ex-athlete and gang member (Sticky Fingaz), Luisi faces both police department corruption and his brutal former drug dealer (Busta Rhymes) in this thriller.
    FAME (musical) - When a group of ambitious teenage dancers, musicians and actors enter a new semester at New York's prestigious High School of Performing Arts, they try to make the most out of their chance at stardom in this remake of the Oscar-winning 1980 drama. Director Kevin Tancharoen's energetic update stars Asher Book, Kay Panabaker, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, Naturi Naughton, Kherington Payne and Collins Pennie.
    UNIVERSAL SOLDIER: REGENERATION (action & adventure) -  When a Chechen Islamic extremist threatens the world with another nuclear disaster centered in Chernobyl, Ukraine, futuristic supersoldier Luc Deveraux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) leads a team to recapture the power plant and disarm the madman. But when the terrorist turns a clone of Deveraux's old sergeant (Dolph Lundgren) against him, the hero must first take out his old pal. John Hyams directs this installment in the Universal Soldier saga.
    HIGH LIFE (comedy) - When his drug-addled pal Bug (Stephen Eric McIntyre) gets out of the slammer circa 1983 and discovers newfangled ATM machines for the first time, petty-crime mastermind Dick (Timothy Olyphant) hits on an idea for pulling his first (successful) bank heist. But just as Dick's misfit crew puts his foolproof plan into motion, things go wildly haywire. This black comedy from director Gary Yates co-stars Rossif Sutherland and Joe Anderson.
    BROTHERS (drama) - When severely traumatized Capt. Sam Cahill returns home alive from a military mission in Afghanistan after he was presumed dead, he learns that his brother, Tommy (Jake Gyllenhaal), has gotten dangerously close to his grieving wife, Grace (Natalie Portman), and his kids. Mare Winningham and Sam Shepard also star in this wartime drama about human frailty and battles fought on the home front. Jim Sheridan directs.
    A DANGEROUS MAN (action & adventure) - Newly released from an Arizona prison after serving 15 years for a crime he didn't commit, Shane Daniels (Steven Seagal) can't seem to escape bad luck when he witnesses a deadly showdown between two Mexican Mafia henchmen and a state trooper. It's not long before Shane finds himself on the run from both sides of the law with an unconscious woman, a teen boy and a bag of money in tow in this gripping action vehicle for the martial arts star.
    CASE 39 (thriller) - To save 10-year-old Lillith Sullivan (Jodelle Ferland) from her abusive parents, idealistic social worker Emily Jenkins (Renée Zellweger) welcomes the girl into her own home -- only to discover that Lillith isn't quite the innocent victim that she claims to be. As Lillith's mysterious past comes to light, Emily finds herself in a world of danger. Christian Alvart's terrifying thriller also stars Ian McShane and Bradley Cooper.
    FACING ALI (documentary) - Ten great boxers describe the incredible experience of stepping into the ring with one of the greatest boxers of all time, Muhammad Ali. Some went the distance, while others fell in his wake. But all say that facing Ali transformed their lives. This documentary features interviews with Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Earnie Shavers, George Chuvalo and other talented fighters who discuss Ali's impact on their careers and on the sport.
    PENTHOUSE (comedy) - When Tyler (Corey Large) walks away with the top prize in a reality TV show, he recruits his best friends Heath and Kieran (James DeBello and Rider Strong) to move into his swanky new bachelor pad provided by the network, where it's all about wild times and hot women. But the party starts to crash when Tyler's little sister stops by to stir things up and Kieran's girlfriend starts pressuring him to move out in this indie comedy.
    MESSAGES DELETED (thriller) - From screenwriter Larry Cohen (Cellular, Phone Booth) comes this creepy thriller about Joel Brandt (Matthew Lillard), a writer drawn into the web of a serial killer apparently intent on bringing one of his scripts to terrifying life. Soon, Joel is the chief suspect in a murder investigation, and must figure out who is targeting him, why, and whether or not he can stop the killer in time to save himself from jail -- or worse.
    INVICTUS (drama) - In this drama based on real-life events, director Clint Eastwood tells the story of what happened after the end of apartheid when newly elected president Nelson Mandela used the 1995 World Cup rugby matches to unite his people in South Africa. Based on John Carlin's book, the film stars Morgan Freeman as Mandela and Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar, the captain of the scrappy South African team that makes a run for the championship.
    GIVE ‘EM HELL MALONE (thriller) - Lantern-jawed private eye Malone (Thomas Jane) accepts a gig to hunt down a case containing a strange and powerful secret. He'll have to dodge plenty of bullets and sexy women while fighting off his nemesis Boulder (Ving Rhames) in pursuit of the precious target. Director Russell Mulcahy crafts a gritty and bloody crime thriller, also starring French Stewart as Frankie the Crooner and delectable but deadly martial arts master Chris Yen as Mauler.
    DREAD (horror) - Assisted by two naïve classmates, duplicitous Quaid (Shaun Evans) conducts a devious research project examining students' innermost fears. Once armed with this data, Quaid methodically torments his hapless subjects, taking full advantage of their weaknesses. Adapted from a short story by fright master Clive Barker, writer and director Anthony DiBlasi's horror movie offers a potent mixture of heart-pounding thrills and extreme violence.
    COUPLES RETREAT (COMEDY) - Desperate to save their marriage, one couple convinces three other couples to go in on a group rate price for an island retreat designed for troubled unions. But the "mandatory therapy" brews up nothing but trouble for everyone. Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau, Jason Bateman, Kristen Bell, Kristin Davis and Faizon Love star in this comedy penned by Favreau. Peter Billingsley, who played Ralphie in A Christmas Story, directs.
    FORGET ME NOT (horror) - A party-filled graduation weekend turns into a nightmare for popular class president Sandy Channing (Carly Schroeder) when her friends begin to vanish one by one. Soon Sandy discovers they have awakened the vengeful spirit of a girl they mistreated years ago. Now she must work to resolve the dark mysteries of her past before she and all her friends become unwilling victims in this bloody horror flick.
    WONDERFUL WORLD (drama) - Depressed, divorced and unemployed, Ben Singer (Matthew Broderick) is not inclined to see his glass as half-full. But when his roommate falls ill and Ben must host the man's Senegalese sister (Sanaa Lathan) in their apartment, his outlook begins to change. Darkman writer Josh Goldin makes his directorial debut with this drama (which he also wrote) about the attitude-adjusting romance that blossoms between Singer and his roommate's sister.
    50 DEAD MEN WALKING (thriller) - Belfast hood Martin (Jim Sturgess) is recruited by a British agent (Ben Kingsley) to infiltrate the IRA during the height of the Northern Irish conflict and quickly becomes embroiled in a dangerous game that could cost him his life if his secret is found out. As other informers are brutally murdered, Martin starts to look for a way out, but his handler urges him to stay undercover in this taut political thriller based on a true story.
    THE MARINE 2 (action & adventure) - No one at the opening of a posh island resort -- including Marine sniper Joe Linwood (Ted DiBiase Jr.) and his PR executive wife, Robin (Lara Cox) -- suspects that terrorists are among them ... until mayhem breaks loose, leaving Robin and the resort's owner hostage. Now, Joe must use every deadly maneuver in his arsenal to save his wife, end the tense standstill and leave no hostage behind. Roel Reiné directs this action-packed sequel.
    WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE (sci-fi & fantasy) - Max (Max Records) imagines running away from his mom and sailing to a far-off land where large talking beasts -- Ira, Carol, Douglas, the Bull, Judith and Alexander -- crown him as their king, play rumpus, build forts and discover secret hideaways. Producer Tom Hanks and director Spike Jonze bring Maurice Sendak's whimsical story to life; James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener, Forest Whitaker and Catherine O'Hara lend their talents.
    TELL TALE (thriller) - In this thriller inspired by Edgar Allen Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart," Josh Lucas stars as Terry, a single dad who's kept alive by another man's heart -- a scenario that suits him fine until he discovers that the ticker's original owner was murdered. Worried that he might come to a similar end, Terry embarks on a desperate search for the donor's killer in this Michael Cuesta-helmed film produced by Ridley and Tony Scott.
    ALL ABOUT STEVE (comedy) - While Steve (Bradley Cooper) would have to disagree, socially inept Mary (Sandra Bullock) thinks he's her true love and shamelessly pursues him around the country, egged on by Steve's wingman, the sexist and mean Hartman (Thomas Haden Church). But the two men start feeling guilty for their callousness when they realize there's more to Mary than her outrageous boots and wacky statements. Phil Traill directs this comedic tale, which also stars Ken Jeong.
    HALLOWEEN II (horror) - After Michael Myers's (Tyler Mane) horrific Halloween night rampage in Haddonfield, the townspeople try to recover -- but the nightmare isn't over in Rob Zombie's bloody sequel to his reimagining of the original Halloween horror flick. Malcolm McDowell reprises his role as Dr. Sam Loomis, and Scout Taylor-Compton returns as Myers's sister, Laurie Strode. Brad Dourif, Danielle Harris and Bill Moseley co-star.
   SHORTS  (children & family) -  When the residents of a tight-knit community learn that 11-year-old Toe Thompson (Jimmy Bennett) has discovered a mysterious multicolored rock that grants the wishes of whomever possesses it, chaos ensues. Directed by Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids), this family-friendly tale also stars Jon Cryer and Leslie Mann as Toe's parents, Kat Dennings as his sister Stacey, James Spader as the town mogul and William H. Macy as Dr. Noseworthy.
   LOVE HAPPENS (drama) - Aaron Eckhart and Jennifer Aniston star in this romantic tale about life, loss and love. When widower and self-help guru Burke Ryan (Eckhart) unexpectedly falls for Eloise (Aniston), his latent grief threatens his chance at romance. Now, the best-selling author and expert on coping with loss must prove he's his own best teacher or risk losing love again. Martin Sheen, Judy Greer and Frances Conroy also star.
   THE MINISTERS (thrillers) - More than a decade ago, a mysterious organization known as the Ministers murdered Celeste's (Florencia Lozano) father. Today, she's a New York City cop -- a job she took simply to avenge her father's death -- and the Ministers have resurfaced. But as Celeste investigates, she's unaware that someone within her inner circle is connected to the group. Harvey Keitel co-stars in this thriller from writer-director Franc. Reyes. John Leguizamo co-stars.
   HURRICANE SEASON (drama) - One year after Hurricane Katrina, Al Collins (Forest Whitaker), a high school basketball coach in Marrero, La., builds a team from players who attended five different schools before Katrina struck and molds them into a formidable squad. Together, they struggle against impossible odds in their pursuit of a state championship in this stirring underdog drama, co-written by the screenwriters of Remember the Titans and The Great Debaters.
   THE BOX (thriller) -  A disfigured NASA employee named Arlington Steward (Frank Langella) informs Norma (Cameron Diaz) and Arthur (James Marsden) Lewis that they have 24 hours to decide if they want to push a button inside a box that will give them a cool million -- but a complete stranger will die at the same time. Richard Kelly (Donnie Darko) writes and directs this thriller based on sci-fi writer Richard Matheson's short story.
   THE BLIND SIDE (drama) - Oversized African American Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron), the teen son of a murdered father and a crack-addicted mother, is homeless at age 16. Taken in by an affluent Memphis couple, Leigh Anne (Sandra Bullock) and Sean (Tim McGraw), Michael embarks on a remarkable rise to play for the NFL. Based on Michael Lewis's bestseller, this inspirational sports tale also stars Kathy Bates as Michael's persistent tutor, Miss Sue.
   I LOVE YOU BETH COOPER (comedy) -  When bookish high school valedictorian Denis Cooverman (Paul Rust) uses his graduation speech to express his adoration for resident hottie Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere), he gets the shock of his life when she responds by showing up on his doorstep that very night. Based on the popular novel by Larry Doyle, this charming coming-of-age tale is helmed by director Chris Columbus (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets).
   LIVE! (drama) - Oscar-winning documentarian Bill Guttentag tries his hand at fiction with this provocative Tribeca Film Festival selection, a satire of ambition, excess and the draw of reality television. Under pressure to come up with a hit, a power-hungry television exec (Eva Mendes) pitches a deadly game of Russian roulette, where contestants compete for the chance to point a loaded gun at their heads and pull the trigger. And the best part? Well, it's live.
   LAW ABIDING CITIZEN (thriller) -  Traumatized by the atrocious murders of his wife and daughter -- and the flawed justice system that set the killers free -- Clyde Shelton (Gerard Butler) gives in to his rage and sets out on a course of vengeance. He soon takes on not only the prosecutor involved in the case, Nick Rice (Jamie Foxx), but also the city of Philadelphia. Director F. Gary Gray's bold crime thriller co-stars Viola Davis and Michael Gambon
   I COME WITH THE RAIN (drama) - Ex-Los Angeles cop turned private eye Kline travels to Hong Kong in search of Shitao, the missing son of a Chinese billionaire. Enlisting Meng Zi a friend and former colleague now working for the Hong Kong police, Kline follows a faint trail left by the ethereal Shitao. The path leads to local gangster Su Dongpo and his beautiful, drug-addicted girlfriend Lili. But Kline is distracted from his search, haunted by memories of the serial killer Hasford whose 'body of work' was the reason Kline quit the police force.
   ASTRO BOY (animation) - Astro Boy (voiced by Freddie Highmore), a young robot created by Dr. Tenma (Nicolas Cage), embarks on a dangerous odyssey, navigating unknown territory in search of purpose before returning home to save his loved ones. Metro City is desperately in need of a hero who has extraordinary superpowers like x-ray vision, remarkable speed and the ability to fly in this sci-fi anime based on Osamu Tezuka's manga.
   CARRIERS (horror) - As a lethal virus spreads across the globe, brothers Brian (Chris Pine) and Danny (Lou Taylor Pucci), along with Bobby (Piper Perabo) and Kate (Emily VanCamp), seek a supposed plague-free haven. But while circumventing those infected, the travelers begin to turn against one another. Real-life brothers Alex Pastor and David Pastor write and direct this apocalyptic chiller, which co-stars Christopher Meloni.
   FINAL DESTINATION: DEATH TRAP (horror) -  Young Nick O'Bannon (Bobby Campo) thinks he's cheated death when he keeps a grisly premonition from becoming reality, saving his friends and himself from being crushed in a catastrophic accident -- but the survivors soon realize that fate has other plans. Shantel VanSanten, Haley Webb and Nick Zano also star in this fourth installment of the Final Destination franchise, the first film in the series to be lensed in 3-D.
   HARRY BROWN (thriller) - When a crew of drug-dealing gang members takes the life of his only friend, Leonard (David Bradley), retired Marine and widower Harry Brown (Michael Caine) decides to take the law into his own hands. Helmed by first-time feature director Daniel Barber, this gritty vigilante thriller set in England also stars Emily Mortimer, Iain Glen, Jack O'Connell, Chris Wilson, Raza Jaffrey and Liam Cunningham.
   SAW VI (horror) - Special Agent Strahm is long gone, and Det. Hoffman (Costas Mandylor) is now the heir to John Jigsaw's (Tobin Bell) terrifying legacy. FBI Agent Erickson (Mark Rolston) is now hot on his trail, but Hoffman is about to reveal Jigsaw's grand plot. Kevin Greutert directs this next installment of the smash horror dynasty, while Betsy Russell, Peter Outerbridge, Tanedra Howard and Shawnee Smith co-star.
   BIG PUN: THE LEGACY (documentary) - Take a close look at the life and legacy of late Puerto Rican hip-hop heavyweight Big Pun through this authorized tribute documentary, which features tight performance footage, unreleased music and interviews with the artist himself. A variety of big name rappers contribute their thoughts on the late Bronx emcee and his mad microphone skills, including Snoop Dogg, Swizz Beatz, Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Chuck D.
   BODYGUARD: A NEW BEGINNING (action & adventure) - When Hong Kong crime lord Wong (Richard Ng) sends him overseas to protect a mysterious British woman (Stephanie Langton), devoted bodyguard Leung discovers that back home Wong's own son, Yuen (Carl Ng), has mounted a coup against his father's underworld empire. Now Leung must battle against the crooks who would usurp Wong's power -- and fight his feelings for the woman he was sent to defend. Chee Keong Cheung directs this martial-arts drama.
   SKIN (drama) - Both her father (Sam Neill) and mother (Alice Krige) are white, but Sandra Laing (Sophie Okonedo) is born with dark skin -- a complex problem in the era of South African apartheid that soon drives a wedge into the family in this poignant drama based on a true story. Though her parents fight to have the government classify her as white, Sandra grows up in a divided world, and experiences her parents can't understand make her question her identity.
   PRECIOUS (drama) - Viciously abused by her mother (a riveting Mo'Nique) and pregnant by her father, Harlem high schooler Precious Jones (Gabourey Sidibe) has an unexpected chance at a different life when she enrolls in an alternative school. Teacher Blu Rain (Paula Patton) encourages her, but Precious must battle unimaginable barriers everywhere in her life. Lee Daniels directs his drama that features appearances by Mariah Carey and Lenny Kravitz.
  REBORN (horror) - When a newlywed couple buys a foreclosed house in the Arizona desert, they think they've found their dream home. But this is no ordinary house: It was once the site of gruesome murders by the half-machine serial killer Motorman Dan. Too late, they learn that Motorman's bloody rampage is far from over. Jimmy Flowers returns as the mechanical monstrosity in this sequel that also stars David C. Hayes, Davina Joy, Kathleen Benner and Kevin Moyers.
  GAMER (thriller) - It's 2034, and humans can control and kill each other in a large-scale online gaming world. But Kable (Gerard Butler), a wrongfully convicted soldier forced to join the violent competition, tries to free himself by taking out its evil architect, Ken (Michael C. Hall). While being controlled by a rich kid (Logan Lerman), Kabel must also save his wife, Angie (Amber Valletta), who's trapped in her own avatar world.
  THE LOCAL (thriller) - When a stranger asks a troubled drifter (played by Dan Eberle, who also wrote and directed) to rescue his drug-addicted daughter from the clutches of a gang boss, the drifter finds a chance for redemption in this suspenseful thriller. Now, if he's able to successfully carry out the tricky undertaking, the drifter may just be able walk away with enough cash -- and self-respect -- to escape his painful past.
  MIDGETS VS MASCOTS (comedy) - To win $1 million each, five mascots go head-to-head against five little people in a series of ridiculous contests. Although at a serious size and strength disadvantage, the little people set out to prove they have just as much heart as their rivals. A movie that gleefully stretches the boundaries of good taste, this Borat-style mockumentary features Gary Coleman, Brittney Powell, Ron Jeremy and Scottie Pippen.
  ENDGAME (drama) - Confidential political negotiations between South African government representative Prof. Willie Esterhuyse (William Hurt) and African National Congress President Thabo Mbek (Chiwetel Ejiofor) lead to the peaceful demise of apartheid. Taking place in a bucolic British country estate, the talks are fraught with tension, but together the two men find a common path in this engaging Pete Travis-helmed drama.
  2012 (action & adventure) - When typhoons, earthquakes and other disasters suddenly threaten to destroy the world, Jackson (John Cusack), his estranged wife, Kate (Amanda Peet), and others surmise that the secret may lie in ancient Mayan prophecies that describe global calamity in the year 2012. Roland Emmerich co-writes and directs a star-studded ensemble cast that also includes Thandie Newton, Oliver Platt, Woody Harrelson, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Danny Glover.
  WRONG TURN AT TAHOE (thriller) - When local underground crime boss Vincent (Miguel Ferrer) betrays volatile big-time drug dealer Nino (Harvey Keitel), he touches off a dangerous mob war that soon engulfs his friend and debt-collector protégé, Joshua (Cuba Gooding Jr.). As the conflict escalates between the rival factions, Joshua must risk everything to even the score with Nino. This tense thriller from director Franck Khalfoun also stars Leonor Varela and Johnny Messner.
  BEFORE I SELF DESTRUCT (action & adventure) - "Before I Self Destruct" is a coming of age story about an inner city youth raised by a hardworking single mother. When his dream of becoming a basketball player fails to materialize, he finds himself employed in a supermarket. After his mother is tragically gunned down, Clarence (played by 50 Cent) is consumed by revenge and takes up a life of crime in order to support his younger brother.
  JANKY PROMOTERS (comedy) - Russell Redds (Ice Cube) and "Jellyroll" (Mike Epps), two louche, inexperienced concert promoters from California, get their huge break when they book a famous rap star (Young Jeezy, playing himself) for a small concert hall. But the duo is unprepared for the never-ending series of complications that threatens to derail the event. Marcus Raboy (Friday After Next) directs this comedy written by Cube.
  FUNNY PEOPLE (comedy) - Famous and wealthy funnyman George Simmons (Adam Sandler) doesn't give much thought to how he treats people until a doctor (Torsten Voges) delivers stunning health news, forcing George to reevaluate his priorities with a little help from aspiring stand-up comic Ira (Seth Rogen). Judd Apatow (Knocked Up) writes and directs this moving comedy that also stars Leslie Mann, Jonah Hill, Jason Schwartzman and Aubrey Plaza.
  REVENGE (drama) - Tony Scott, director of Top Gun, delivers another tale of a fighter pilot and a dangerous romance here. Kevin Costner plays a former ace attracted to the sultry wife (Madeline Stowe) of his powerful Mexican host (whose name, Tiburon, means shark in Spanish). Anthony Quinn plays Tiburon, and Miguel Ferrer and Sally Kirkland are along for the ride in this sweaty saga of illicit love filmed on location in Mexico.
  STATEN ISLAND (thriller) - As Staten Island mobster Parmie (Vincent D'Onofrio) draws the media's attention to an environmental issue, septic-tank cleaner Sully (Ethan Hawke) prepares to rob the gangster's safe, and deli worker Jasper (Seymour Cassel) carves up the dead bodies of Parmie's enemies. The directorial debut of James DeMonaco, this crime thriller features compelling performances, offbeat humor and striking violence.
  INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS (action & adventure) - A Jewish cinema owner (Mélanie Laurent) in occupied Paris is forced to host a Nazi movie premiere, where a radical group of American Jewish soldiers called the Basterds, led by Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt), plans to roll out a score-settling scheme. The face-off is about to go down -- that's if Col. Hans Landa aka "The Jew Hunter" (Christoph Waltz) doesn't get in the way. Quentin Tarantino directs this World War II-set spaghetti Western.
  BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT (thriller) - Michael Douglas stars as corrupt district attorney Mark Hunter in this remake of Fritz Lang's noir classic about a reporter, C.J. Nicholas (Jesse Metcalfe), who sets himself up as the prime suspect in a murder he didn't commit in order to expose Hunter's misdeeds. Nicholas's plans go awry, however, when Hunter discovers the trap and destroys the evidence that would exonerate the cub reporter. Amber Tamblyn and Orlando Jones co-star.
  JULIE & JULIA (drama) - Amy Adams stars in this truth-inspired tale as Julie Powell, a disenchanted government secretary who decides to enliven her uneventful life by cooking all 524 recipes outlined in Julia Child's culinary classic Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Based on Powell's book Julie & Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen, director Nora Ephron's heartwarming dramedy also stars Meryl Streep as legendary chef Child.
  STREET FIGHTER ROUND ON FIGHT (animation) - Investigating the murder of their revered martial arts master, Ken and Ryu head to Japan and discover a secret world of underground combat where the best boxers, wrestlers and kung fu experts vie for supremacy. This animated series, based on the popular video game, follows the action as Ken and Ryu attract the attention of the Street Fighter Tournament's mysterious host, M. Bison, and two agents who hope to expose the illegal operation.
  PANDORUM (sci-fi & fantasy) - Upon rousing themselves from hyper-sleep, Payton (Dennis Quaid) and Bower (Ben Foster), a pair of crewmen assigned to work on a spacecraft, discover startling gaps in their collective memory -- including who they are and what, exactly, their mission was in the first place. The plot thickens when they realize they're not the only ones on board the ship. Cam Gigandet co-stars in this gripping sci-fi thriller.
  MJ MURDERED SAYS DICK GREGORY (documentary) - Dick Gregory shows how Michael Jackson didn't die broke and why Sony may have wanted him dead. He also talks about Barack Obama and what he means for Black people. This is a must see presentation that the whole family will love. If you love Dick Gregory, this is for you!
  MICHAEL JACKSON’S THIS IS IT (documentary) - Rehearsal footage, backstage action and interviews comprise this moving Michael Jackson experience. He is shown here preparing for a series of 50 sold-out London shows, which were scheduled to kick off in late summer 2009. Singing his numerous hits at the Staples Center in Los Angeles during the days leading up to his untimely death, Jackson is also seen refining cues, delving into dance details and working with director Kenny Ortega.
  PARAISO TRAVEL (drama) - After a long journey from Colombia to a new life in New York City, Marlon (Aldemar Correa) is separated from his beloved, Reina (Angelica Blandon), and must fend for his own in the dangerous streets of Queens, where he gets a menial job in a restaurant. While flashbacks reveal details of the couple's trek to America, Marlon starts to fall for an aspiring singer (Margarita Rosa de Francisco) in this gripping drama that also stars John Leguizamo.
   THE DIPLOMAT (thriller) - A British diplomat is arrested on charges of working with Russian mafia.  After death threats to his wife they are taken into protective custody. Then the M16 shows up with a new piece of the puzzle.
  TRAIN (horror) - College athlete Alex (Thora Birch) and her teammates are in for one hell of a ride when, after a night of heavy partying, they miss a train to their next meet in Europe and unwittingly accept alternate transport from a stranger -- with deadly consequences. The international gore-fest from director Gideon Raff (The Killing Floor) was shot in Bulgaria and takes bloody inspiration from a rash of news reports about real crimes in Eastern Europe.
  INK (sci-fi & fantasy) - Late one night, a lost soul named Ink snatches 8-year-old Emma (Quinn Hunchar) into the world of dreams. There, he hopes to use her soul to join the ranks of the evil Incubi. In the real world, Emma lies comatose, to the despair of her father, John (Chris Kelly). But the Incubi's benevolent opposites -- the Storytellers -- rally to help Emma, motivating John to wage war for his daughter. Jessica Duffy co-stars in this dark fable.
  BAD COP (thriller) - "Kung Fu" star and eldest son in the legendary Carradine acting clan, David Carradine makes one of his last film appearances in this thriller in which he plays a detective trying to help a former colleague who's in trouble with the mob. When beat cop Angel (Damian Chapa) saves the life of a wealthy businessman, he soon becomes the man's security chief. But everything's not on the up-and-up with his new boss, and Angel is quickly in over his head.
                THE OPEN ROAD (comedy) - With his mother (Mary Steenburgen) facing surgery, Carlton (Justin Timberlake) and his friend Lucy (Kate Mara) travel to Ohio to round up his estranged father, Kyle (Jeff Bridges), a baseball legend. Michael Meredith's comedy-drama follows the unlikely trio on an emotionally awkward road trip back to Texas. As the miles unfold before them, father and son begin a journey of reconciliation in the hopes of healing old wounds. Lyle Lovett co-stars.
       SUMMER’S MOON (horror) - Visiting a rural town to find a father she's never met, Summer (Ashley Greene) falls into a trap set by deranged serial killer Tom (Peter Mooney). Buried in an inescapable mound of dirt, Summer frantically tries to win her captor's confidence and stay alive any way she can. Full of shocking twists and turns, this frightening horror movie also stars Barbara Niven, Stephen McHattie and Peter Michael Dillon.
                      GOOD HAIR (documentary) - Actor and stand-up comic Chris Rock hops around the world going from beauty salons to science labs to comb through the mystery of African American hair in director Jeff Stilson's astute, hilarious documentary. Rock contemplates the purpose and application of a weave as well as women's self-esteem and their locks. He also gains varying insights from Ice-T, Nia Long, Rev. Al Sharpton, Raven-Symoné, Maya Angelou and other celebrities.
                  AFTERWARDS (thriller) - Hotshot New York attorney Nathan Del Amico (Romain Duris) is skeptical when the strange Doctor Kay (John Malkovich) claims that he can sense when someone is about to die -- until inexplicable events cause Nathan to change his mind. Now believing that he sees signs of his own death, Del Amico takes the doctor's advice and begins making amends with his ex-wife (Evangeline Lilly) before it's too late. Gilles Bourdos directs this stylish thriller.
                        MIKE EPPS UNDERATED & NEVER FADED (stand-up) - Actor and stand-up comedian Mike Epps hits Detroit's Fox Theatre and unleashes an uncensored torrent of observations about life in the modern age, including his thoughts on the many challenges that face married men. Epps also takes on crime-scene investigation television shows, the different ways that black families and white families act out their dysfunctions, and more. This program also includes an appearance by rapper Doug E. Fresh.
                       TINKER BELL & THE LOST TREASURE (children & family) - When Pixie Hollow's magical moonstone begins to lose its power, Tinker Bell sets off on an important journey to find a replacement. Joined by her friend, Blaze, Tinker explores unfamiliar lands, overcomes dangerous obstacles and learns many lessons. During the course of this animated adventure, Tinker reunites with her best friend, Terrence, a fellow pixie who helps her escape several sticky situations.
                      ZOMBIE LAND (comedy) - An easily spooked guy, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), joins forces with wild man Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) to fight for survival in a world virtually taken over by freakish zombies. As they destroy scores of the undead, they meet up with two other survivors, Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) and Wichita (Emma Stone), and journey to a supposedly safe abandoned amusement park. Ruben Fleischer directs this horror romp.
          JOHNNY MAD DOG (drama) - Director Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire fictionalizes the terrifying world of ethnic violence and child soldiers running amok in eastern Africa, following 15-year-old Johnny (Christopher Minie) as he pillages, rapes and shoots his way through the countryside. Meanwhile, displaced by Johnny's looting and killing spree, young Laokolé (Daisy Victoria Vandy) tries to move her brother and father to safety. This gripping drama contains scenes of graphic violence.
         LAND OF THE LOST  (sci-fi & fantasy) - After accidentally uncovering a portal to an alternate universe peopled with dinosaurs, Sleestaks and other strange creatures, park ranger Rick Marshall (Will Ferrell) and his two kids are forced to navigate a dangerous new world. Brad Silberling directs this big-screen adaptation of the classic 1970s adventure series "Land of the Lost," the high-concept, low-budget fantasy dreamed up by famed children's television producers Sid and Marty Krofft.
   [.REC] (horror) - Trapped in a quarantined Barcelona apartment building with residents, firefighters and a growing horde of ravenous zombies, television reporter Angela (Manuela Velasco) and her cameraman, Pablo, record brutal deaths and terrifying events while trying to stay alive. Filmed entirely from unseen Pablo's point of view, this tension-filled Spanish horror film thrills viewers with its aggressive action. Paco Plaza and Jaume Balagueró direct.
     THE KILLING ROOM (thriller) - Hoping to make some quick cash, four ordinary citizens volunteer for a run-of-the-mill paid research study only to discover that it's actually a nightmarish government experiment that threatens their sanity -- and their lives. As the subjects try to obtain the correct answers for a series of devious tests, they are forced to make unthinkable choices with terrible consequences. Jonathan Liebesman directs this dark psychological thriller.
        IN THE LOOP (comedy) - When the U.S. president and the U.K. prime minister decide to invade a certain Middle Eastern country, skeptical American and British operatives do their best to stop the runaway train to war in director Armando Iannucci's scathing political comedy. This 2009 Sundance Film Festival entry stars Tom Hollander as a British international development chief, James Gandolfini as a U.S. general and Anna Chlumsky as a well-positioned intern.
      MICHAEL JACKSON: VIDEO GREATEST HITS: HISTORY [2 disk set] (king of pop)  - This collection of live performances and hit videos from the King of Pop shows his transformation -- both musically and physically -- throughout the 1980s and '90s. Some of the decades' best directors, from Martin Scorsese to John Singleton, help bring Michael Jackson's music to life, resulting in a stunning variety of visual styles. The volume includes a full-length version of Jackson's "Thriller".
           DUPLICITY (thriller) - Ex-spies Claire Stenwick (Julia Roberts) and Ray Koval (Clive Owen) join competing multinational corporations to see who can get their hands on a secret product first and cash in on the profit. They have no problem double-crossing their bosses (played by Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti) but will they be willing to backstab each other? Turns out a little thing called love is getting in the way. Tony Gilroy wrote and directed this crime caper.
                   TRANSFORMERS REVENGE OF THE FALLEN (sci –fi & fantasy) - Unlikely hero Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf), his foxy girlfriend, Mikaela Banes (Megan Fox), and the tough Capt. Lennox (Josh Duhamel) return to assist the Autobots in another epic battle against the evil Decepticons in this supercharged sequel to the 2007 megahit. Blockbuster impresario Michael Bay brings his trademark pyrotechnics to the proceedings, while comic whiz Rainn Wilson joins the cast as a college professor.
        STREETS OF BLOOD (thriller) -  Val Kilmer and rapper 50 Cent star as a pair of newly minted police partners risking their own lives to determine whether a fellow officer was murdered in this gritty crime drama set in New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. The official report says the officer died during the chaos of the storm -- one of the most violent natural disasters the nation's ever seen -- but the evidence doesn't seem to add up. Sharon Stone co-stars.
  THE BASH WWE (sports) - Championship 3 Stages of Hell Match: Randy Orton (c) vs Triple H World Heavyweight Championship Match: CM Punk (c) vs Jeff Hardy Unified Tag Team Championship Match:The Colons (c) vs Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase vs Edge and Chris Jericho ECW Championship Scramble Match Tommy Dreamer (c) vs Jack Swagger vs Christian vs Mark Henry vs Finlay WWE Woman's Championship Match: Melina (c) vs Michelle McCool Mask vs Title Match: Rey Mysterio vs Chris Jericho (c) John Cena vs The Miz Nodq match: The Great Khali vs. Dolph Ziggler
  DOLAN’S CADILLAC (thriller) - Christian Slater and Wes Bentley are set to headline and Emmanuelle Vaugier will play the female lead in an adaptation of Stephen King's short story "Dolan's Cadillac," Film Bridge International said Thursday. "Dolan's Cadillac" is a thriller about a man (Bentley), who plots to avenge the murder of his wife (Vaugier) by notorious and untouchable Las Vegas mob boss Jimmy Dolan (Slater).
               MICHAEL JACKSON MOONWALKER (king of pop) - When Michael Jackson's "Moonwalker" was released on video in early 1989... Michael Jackson was still the king of pop. If anything, this could be the final stand of this amazing chapter of his career (beginning with the release of Thriller and ending here).
  MICHAEL JACKSON THE ULIMATE COLLECTION (king of pop) - Yes Michael Jackson has had a few too many 'Greatest Hits' packages, but this one truly is the Ultimate collection of his musical work. Four CDs jam packed with hits and rarities spanning his entire 34 year recording career (J5, The Jacksons and solo), and a DVD of his Dangerous concert that aired on HBO.
   MISS MARCH (comedy) -  Four years after falling into a coma, Eugene (Zach Cregger) comes to, only to discover that his high school sweetheart (Raquel Alessi) has traded her virginity for a centerfold spot in a popular men's magazine. Crashing a mansion full of hot women and getting Miss March to take him back might take a miracle. But with nothing to lose -- and his sex-crazed friend (Trevor Moore) egging him on -- he's determined to get the girl.
               MUM & DAD (horror) - After missing the last bus home, Polish immigrant Lena (Olga Fedori) accepts a ride with her cheerful co-worker Birdie (Ainsley Howard) -- only to find herself knocked unconscious and imprisoned by a deranged family of murderers in this twisted horror flick. Terrified and outnumbered, Lena must find a way to appease the demented clan -- or else suffer an agonizing death. Dido Miles and Perry Benson co-star as the sadistic heads of the household.
            MICHEAL JACKSON NUMBER ONES (king of pop) - Prepare to be hooked -- big time -- with a prime sampling of the King of Pop's greatest videos (some of the best ever made) that accompanied his No. 1 hits. Michael gyrates and moonwalks in "Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough," "You Rock My World," "Billie Jean," "Thriller," "Rock with You," "Bad," "Black or White," "You Are Not Alone" and other groundbreaking videos.
      MICHEAL JACKSON DANGEROUS: THE SHORT FILMS (king of pop) - This film captures the visual and musical highlights of the King of Pop's most recent string of hit singles, along with behind-the-scenes profiles of the making of Jackson's state-of-the-art short films. Included is extensive footage from "Black or White," "Remember the Time" and "In the Closet," providing an inside glimpse at Jackson's incredible music filmmaking. Also includes two versions of "Heal the World" and "Dangerous" tour highlights.
        THE BETRAYED (thriller) - After surviving a terrible car crash, a young wife and mother regains consciousness only to discover that her real nightmare has just begun: She is now the prisoner of a deranged masked man who accuses her husband of stealing money from the mob. Can she get away from her captor -- and is there any truth to his story? This psychological thriller from director Amanda Gusack stars Melissa George, Donald Adams and Christian Campbell.
         WATCHMEN (action & adventure) - Zack directs this adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons's graphic novel set in a parallel Earth in 1985, where despite the threat of nuclear war, superheroes are prohibited from using their powers. But when one of their number is murdered, the outlaw heroes, including Dr. Manhattan (Billy Crudup), Silk Spectre (Carla Gugino), Rorschach (Jackie Earle Haley) and Nite Owl (Patrick Wilson), unite to defend themselves.
           SIMON SAYS (horror) - When five college pals head into the wilderness for a little rest and relaxation, they run headlong into Simon and Stanley (both played by Crispin Glover), backwoods twin brothers with a fondness for booby traps rigged with flying pickaxes. Now, the teens must claw their way out of the woods without springing one of the brothers' ingeniously lethal snares. William Dear directs this gleefully gore-drenched film; Blake Lively co-stars.
       THE HUMAN CONTRACT (thriller) - When big time businessman Julian Wright (Jason Clarke) gets involved with gorgeous, nonconformist Michael (Paz Vega), the sexually charged relationship starts to affect everything in his life and his closely guarded, tormenting secrets start to unravel. Jada Pinkett Smith writes and directs this erotic thriller and also portrays Julian's abused half-sister, Rita. Ted Danson, Joanna Cassidy, Idris Elba, Steven Brand and Jason Clarke co-star.
           ANGELS & DEMONS (thriller) - After the murder of Italian physicist Leonardo Vetra, Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon's (Tom Hanks) investigation with Vetra's daughter (Ayelet Zurer) leads to a secret society, the Illuminati, and a quest for the world's most potent -- and deadly -- energy source. Ron Howard directed the crime thriller, which is based on The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown's novel and co-stars Ewan McGregor and Stellan Skarsgård.
          KNOWING (thriller) - Fifty years after a time capsule was buried at a local school, teacher John Koestler (Nicolas Cage) examines its contents and discovers that it holds many shockingly true predictions. Soon, John is convinced that his family will play a role in an impending apocalypse. Rose Byrne co-stars as Diane Wayland, the daughter of the woman who first buried the capsule, in this tense blockbuster thriller from ace sci-fi auteur Alex Proyas.
     THE PERFECT SLEEP (thriller) - Jeremy Alter's stylish noir thriller tells the story of a man (Anton Pardoe, who penned the film) returning to the city of his nightmares to rescue his one true love -- the devastatingly beautiful Porphyria (Roselyn Sanchez), who'll always be just out of his reach. But to liberate her, he'll first have to fight off a slew of enraged assassins, led by Nikolai (Patrick Bauchau), the childhood caretaker who may also be his father.
           IN TRANZIT (drama) - Nazi POWs suspected of heinous acts are locked up in a Soviet women's prison run by vengeful female guards. To weed out the guilty, the innocent must pay. Can supposed enemies turn into great loves? Based on a true post-World War II story, this drama stars Thomas Kretschmann, John Malkovich and Vera Farmiga in a bitter game of cat and mouse and a battle between hate and humanity, mercy and revenge. Tom Roberts directs.
           GUNS (drama) - The lives of four families shattered by gun violence intersect in this miniseries that stars Colm Feore as Paul Duguid, a government-licensed arms dealer who does big business on the side shilling weapons to street criminals. Duguid's had no problem evading arrest -- that's why they call him "Mr. Teflon" -- but when his son Bobby (Gregory Smith) gets tied up in a murder rap, he finds his life unraveling. Elisha Cuthbert co-stars.
                     LIFE 101 ANGEL’S SECRET (drama) - Although naïve teen Angel Walker (Debra Glenn) knows better, she engages in unprotected sex with her boyfriend. When her night of indulgence results in pregnancy, Angel tries to hide it from her family, setting off a string of events that may destroy her life. Nina Nicole, Joyce Glenn and Perry Henderson also star in director Sam Kessie's cautionary urban drama based on a true story.
     DOUGHBOYS (drama) - Four pals and small-time hustlers will take on any scheme to make a buck, but when they become entangled in a scam involving counterfeit casino markers, big-time heavy Julian France (Wood Harris) calls their bluff. Now the crew must face consequences that could destroy their lives. Nicholas Harvell directs this gritty urban drama that stars Sticky Fingaz, Cory Hardrict, Arlen Escarpeta, Mo, Lorenzo Eduardo and Reagan Gomez-Preston.
                             THE INTERNATIONAL (thriller) - Interpol agent Louis Salinger (Clive Owen) and New York Assistant District Attorney Eleanor Whitman (Naomi Watts) team up to expose a global financial institution's money laundering, arms dealing and other illegal rackets. But as the pair race from New York to Milan and beyond to pursue their case, they soon discover that the ruthless bank will stop at nothing to continue its profitable activities. Tom Tykwer directs this tense thriller.
                              CRYING FREEMAN (thriller) - A lethal assassin for a secret Chinese organisation, who sheds tears of regret each time he kills, is seen swiftly and mercilessly executing three Yakuza gangsters by a beautiful artist. She is captivated by the grace of his kill and later falls in love with him. An intense power struggle for the leadership of the Yakuza Clans ensues as they seek vengeance for the death of their leader. They soon realise the fatal mistake of underestimating the deadly skills of the Crying Freeman.
                              ANACONDAS TRAIL OF BLOOD (horror) - A vicious anaconda escapes into the remote mountains after being subjected to a new anti-cancer serum, and now Dr. Amanda Haze (Crystal Allen) and others must brave the wilderness to kill the fearsome beast. But no sooner do they cut the snake in half than it regenerates into two bloodthirsty serpents, thanks to the experimental drug. Don E. FauntLeRoy directs this creepy-crawly sequel to Anaconda 3: The Offspring. John Rhys-Davies costars.
                              3 DIMENSIONS OF A MAN (play) - This Christian-themed drama concerns Jordan (Craig Ellis), a young man at the very top of his game; a successful entrepreneur, he launched a business and developed it into a multimillion-dollar empire, thus providing himself, his best friend Myles (Earl Vernon) and his driver Spencer (Clifton Powell) with the most affluent of lifestyles. Then Jordan receives a shock involving an old haunt from his past, which forces him to look inside of himself and strive to be the man God wants him to be.
                              THERE’S A STRANGER IN MY HOUSE (play) - Filmed live before an audience at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, this song-filled comedy from playwright Donald Gray follows the misadventures of a young woman who allows herself to be sweet-talked by the man of her dreams. But as new details come to light, she discovers that appearances are indeed deceiving. Director Clifton Powell co-stars with a talented cast that includes Vivica A. Fox, Tamika Scott and Angell Conwell.
                              FRIDAY THE 13TH (horror) - Jared Padalecki, Danielle Panabaker and Aaron Yoo headline director Marcus Nispel's chilling remake of the classic 1980s slasher-thriller that spawned a legendary horror franchise. Ignoring the warnings of the locals, a group of teenage camp counselors takes on the job of reopening Camp Crystal Lake -- on Friday the 13th no less, and raise the ire of Jason Voorhees (Derek Mears), a masked, homicidal maniac.
                     THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT (horror) - While vacationing at their summer home, Emma and John Collingwood (Monica Potter and Tony Goldwyn) show kindness to a group of strangers, unaware that the same men just assaulted their daughter (Sara Paxton). Once they learn the truth, they set out on a no-holds-barred plan for revenge that can only end in bloodshed. Dennis Iliadis directs this updated remake of Wes Craven's 1972 horror classic by the same name.
                     MADEA GOES TO JAIL (comedy) - When a routine speeding incident turns into a full-blown highway "situation," Madea (Tyler Perry) mouths off to a cop and lands herself in jail, where she's suddenly trapped behind bars with more motherly instinct than she knows what to do with. But Madea's nurturing side comes in handy when she crosses paths with a recovering drug addict turned prostitute (Keisha Knight Pulliam) who needs all the love she can get.
        CORALINE (family animation) - Curious young Coraline (voiced by Dakota Fanning) unlocks a mysterious door in her family's new home and is transported to an alternate universe that strangely resembles her own -- only better. But when her Other Mother (Teri Hatcher) doesn't want Coraline to return to reality, our heroine must summon all her courage and ingenuity to go home and save her family. The breathtaking stop-motion animation is based on the best-seller by Neil Gaiman.
      SILENT VENOOM (action & adventure) - On a remote Pacific island, military tensions derail Dr. Andrea Swanson's (Krista Allen) research on a mutant snake species. She takes refuge on Commander O'Neill's (Luke Perry) Taiwan-bound submarine, unaware that her assistant has smuggled some of the snakes on board. When a Chinese torpedo rocks the sub, the serpents are unleashed to hunt the scientists and the crew. Tom Berenger co-stars in this depth-charged chiller.
      DR. DOLITTLE MILLION DOLLAR MUTTS (children & family) - When college-bound "animal whisperer" Maya Dolittle (Kyla Pratt) assists movie star Tiffany Monaco's (Tegan Moss) Chihuahua, she gets sucked into the allure and flashiness of Hollywood after an impressed Tiffany offers her a plum television gig. But Maya's wisecracking mutt, Lucky, helps her hold on to her perspective -- and her true dream of becoming a veterinarian -- in this adventurous, cuddly family comedy.
      LABOU (children & family) - When young Gavin (Darnell Hamilton), Emily (Marissa Cuevas) and Toddster (Bryan James Kitto) set out in the Louisiana bayou to find the sunken pirate ship of Capt. LeRouge, they unearth the most magical treasure they ever could imagine in a cute little swamp critter named Labou. As greedy oilmen begin to raze Labou's home, the friends think up a plan to stop them -- but first they must get past the ghost of Capt. LeRouge.
               OBSESSED (thriller) - Derek Charles (Idris Elba) seems to have it all -- including the perfect job and the perfect wife (Beyoncé Knowles). But his charmed life takes on an ugly tarnish when sexy office worker Lisa Sheridan (Ali Larter) sets out to seduce and destroy him. Now, it's much more than a dangerous liaison; it's a full-blown occupational hazard. Christine Lahti and Jerry O'Connell co-star in this Fatal Attraction-style thriller from director Steve Shill.
                   FIRED UP (comedy) - After maxing out their starring roles on the high school football team, Shawn (Nicholas D'Agosto) and Nick (Eric Christian Olsen) ditch summer training camp and head into brave new territory: volunteering to help the cheerleading squad reach new heights. The team's pretty captain (Sarah Roemer) doesn't buy the guys' act for a second. But even she has to admit her sorry squad could use two extra sets of hands.
                   EL CARTEL (thriller) - To get the story of his career, ambitious journalist Jules (Freddy Douglas) heads to Mexico to track down ruthless drug lord Santana (Jose Luis Franco). As Jules learns about the principles and practices of Santana's cartel, it dawns on him that this knowledge may cost him his life. Written and directed by Brian J. Bagley, this high-stakes drama closely examines the business of drug trafficking and the many dangers that come with it.
             CARNIVOROUS (horror) - After reckless teenagers kill his beloved wife in a hit-and-run accident, Alan Cade (Louis Herthum) makes it his mission to exact revenge. His plan? To use the mystical Kulev Stick he filched as a child to unleash a supernatural snake with a deadly appetite. But when he loses control of his serpentine creation, Cade seeks out a Special Forces veteran (DMX) with a knack for destruction to help him hunt it down.
            HORSEMEN (thriller) - Already reeling from the shocking death of his wife, detective Aidan Breslin (Dennis Quaid) is destined for even darker days when he's tasked with investigating a series of grisly serial murders inspired by biblical prophecy. This chilling psychological thriller from director Jonas Åkerlund also stars Ziyi Zhang, Clifton Collins Jr., Peter Stormare, Patrick Fugit, Lou Taylor Pucci and Eric Balfour.
       LA LINEA (drama) - Seasoned assassin Mark Shields (Ray Liotta) hunts down Salazar crime cartel leader Pelon (Esai Morales) in Tijuana, Mexico. Meanwhile, he becomes involved with Olivia (Valerie Cruz), a mother and meth addict struggling to clean up her act and improve her daughter's life. Andy Garcia, Armand Assante and Danny Trejo co-star in this action-packed crime drama inspired by the infamous Francisco Arellano Félix drug cartel.
     INCENDIARY (drama) - Director Sharon Maguire's powerful drama stars Michelle Williams as an adulterous young housewife struggling to come to terms with the deaths of her husband and infant son after they're killed in a terrorist bombing at a London soccer game. Crippled by grief, the widow seeks comfort through affairs with two men (Ewan McGregor and Matthew Macfadyen), inadvertently putting herself in the midst of a dangerous love triangle.
    THE GIRLFRIEND EXPERIENCE (drama) - Filmed in about two weeks on a budget of less than $2 million, director Steven Soderbergh's experimental feature focuses on the life of a high-priced New York City call girl, played by bona fide porn star Sasha Grey. The movie tells its tale in nonlinear fashion, throwing random scenes at the viewer, who must piece together the puzzle to understand the story. Other than Grey, the actors are nonprofessionals who improvised many of their scenes.
        POWDER BLUE (drama) - Gritty stories of loss and redemption collide on Christmas Eve in Los Angeles, where a shy mortician (Eddie Redmayne) falls for a single-mom stripper (Jessica Biel), and a desperate ex-priest (Forest Whitaker) forges an unlikely bond with a transsexual prostitute (Alejandro Romero). The tightly woven ensemble drama also features gripping performances by Ray Liotta, Patrick Swayze, Lisa Kudrow and Kris Kristofferson.
   FRANKENHOOD (comedy) - Eager to escape their morbid morgue jobs, slackers Motown (DeRay Davis) and Darius (Jasper Redd) plan to win the big three-on-three basketball tournament and take home its $25,000 cash prize. When their pal (Charles Q. Murphy) brings to life a tall corpse (Bob Sapp), they chance upon a wild idea. If they can teach the zombie to shoot hoops, they'll be unbeatable on the court -- right? Blaxwell Smart directs this comedy.
            STAR TREK THE FUTURE BEGINS (sci-fi & fantasy) - Capt. Kirk (Chris Pine) and his trusted team on the starship USS Enterprise boldly go where no man has gone before in this installment of Gene Roddenberry's sci-fi franchise that follows the early days of the intergalactic adventurers. The crew includes Spock (Zachary Quinto), Chekov (Anton Yelchin), Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Scotty (Simon Pegg) and Sulu (John Cho). Eric Bana co-stars, and Leonard Nimoy appears as an older version of Spock.
                 PHANTOM PUNCH (drama) - This fascinating sports biopic explores boxer Sonny Liston's (Ving Rhames) life in the ring and out, particularly his relationships with his manager (Nick Turturro), wife (Stacey Dash) and lover (Bridgette Wilson-Sampras). After a priest eyes his talents in a Missouri jail, Liston punches through poverty, racism, infidelity, Mafia entanglements and legendary bouts with Cassius Clay --
                         WHAT WE DO (drama) - Returning home to his fiancée and two children after serving three years in federal prison on a drug conviction, a hustler (Freeway) hopes that his dark days are over -- but staying on the straight and narrow is anything but easy. When someone murders his best buddy, he finds himself torn between his new life and his desire for revenge. Inspired by Freeway's hit single "Even Though What We Do Is Wrong," this poignant drama co-stars Young Gunz.
  THE COLLECTIVE (drama) - In this award winning paranoid supernatural thriller, Tyler Clark flies to New York City after receiving a cryptic voice mail from her estranged sister, pleading for help. But when Tyler arrives, Jessica is nowhere to be found. In order to discover what has happened and to save her sister, Tyler must delve into a world of darkness and lies, the underbelly of this spiritually depraved community living in a deconsecrated cathedral…a place where no one can be trusted.
  THE LEANA BAKER STORY (drama) - The film chronicles of the life of Lena Baker, a young maid and mother of three who was the only woman to be sent to the electric chair in Georgia for the murder of her employer, Ernest Knight, a brutal and abusive drunk who forced her into sexual slavery.
                     PUSH (sci-fi fantasy) - On the run from the Division, a dangerous government agency that uses people with psychic abilities to do their bidding, telekinetic Nick Gant (Chris Evans) and clairvoyant Cassie Holmes (Dakota Fanning) team up to find a third psychic who can help them destroy the organization. But when the Division picks up their trail, it sends a powerful agent (Djimon Hounsou) to stop them at all costs. Paul McGuigan directs this thriller.
  HUSH (thriller) - Hush is a low-budget British horror/thriller film about a young couple on a motorway journey who are drawn into a game of cat and mouse with a truck driver following a near accident. The film is directed by former Radio 1 DJ, Mark Tonderai, and stars William Ash and Christine Bottomley.
                     THE DEVIL’S TOMB (action & adventure) - Sean Connery's son Jason Connery directs this taut action thriller about an elite group of soldiers (including Cuba Gooding Jr., Taryn Manning and Jason London) sent to rescue a missing scientist (Ron Perlman) from an underground lab, only to learn from a priest (Henry Rollins) that an ancient evil has been released inside the facility. Ray Winstone co-stars as the soldiers' seasoned former leader, who helps them figure out their next move.
                       STORM CELL (action & adventure) - Decades after her parents perished in a twister, global warming expert and professional storm chaser April Saunders (Mimi Rogers) predicts a new round of deadly tornado activity in the Pacific Northwest -- where her brother Sean (Robert Moloney) now lives. April journeys to Seattle to raise the alarm, but can she convince her skeptical sibling and the entire city of the danger before it's too late? Steven R. Monroe directs.
                        CRANK HIGH VOLTAGE (action & adventure) - After surviving the brush with death that ended the first Crank film, top assassin Chev Chelios (Jason Statham) returns in this action-packed sequel to track down a ruthless Chinese mobster who has stolen his most prized possession: his heart. As the talented hit man scours Los Angeles for his enemy, he must continually jolt the mechanical ticker that beats within his chest -- otherwise, he's dead. Amy Smart and Dwight Yoakam co-star.
     DRAGONBALL EVOLUTION (action & adventure) - After training with the great Master Roshi (Yun-Fat Chow), powerful warrior Goku (Justin Chatwin) fights to protect the planet from the evil Lord Piccolo (James Marsters), who is determined to conquer the universe by collecting the seven mystical Dragon Balls. Based on the hugely popular anime series, James Wong's live-action film follows Goku's thrilling adventures and incredible battles against dangerous alien adversaries.
                      WOLVERINE AND THE X-MEN HEREOS RETURN (animated) -  When a chilling vision foretells a world in which the X-Men have abandoned their mission to protect peace, and the planet has descended into chaos, Wolverine must summon the disbanded mutants to alter this destiny. Together, they must put aside their skepticism and petty differences to save the Earth from apocalyptic disaster. This trilogy contains the first three episodes of the awesome animated series.
                                CROSSING OVER (drama) - Boasting an all-star cast that includes Harrison Ford and Sean Penn, director Wayne Kramer's thoughtful drama weaves several stories together to create an emotionally charged examination of immigration in Los Angeles. Ashley Judd and Ray Liotta co-star in the powerful ensemble film, which provides a harrowing look at border crossing, document fraud, asylum seekers, naturalization, counterterrorism and the clash of cultures in America.
                                MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D (horror) - Haunted by the mining-related massacre that took place there on Valentine's Day a decade ago, Tom (Jensen Ackles) returns to his hometown to find some closure. But no sooner does he arrive than a pickax-wielding madman begins a new bloody killing spree. Now, many suspect that the murderous miner has returned to claim his final victims -- including Tom. Patrick Lussier directs this remake of the 1981 horror classic.
                           THE OTHER MAN (drama) - Over dinner, Peter's (Liam Neeson) wife, Lisa (Laura Linney), essentially reveals that she's been cheating on him -- and then disappears the following day. Obsessed with learning the details, Peter tracks down Ralph (Antonio Banderas), Lisa's lover. Believing Ralph doesn't know who he is, Peter plays little games with him in an effort to quell his own despair. Master of human insight Richard Eyre (Notes on a Scandal) crafts this compelling drama
  TYSON (documentary) - From director James Toback comes this documentary feature about the trials and triumphs in the life of famed boxer Mike Tyson. From his salad days with promoter Don King, to his infamous ear-ripping match against Evander Holyfield, to his sexual assault conviction, this film, made with the cooperation of Tyson himself, was culled from more than 30 hours of fascinating interview footage of the notorious heavyweight champion.
  THE POKER CLUB (drama) - Four poker buddies end up with a house full of problems when an armed intruder interrupts their weekly card game. Stabbing him and tying him up was one thing, but they shouldn't have bashed his skull in with a baseball bat. Now, with an accidental death on their hands, they've got to hide the body … and keep hoping that the burglar didn't bring company. Johnathon Schaech, Johnny Messner, Loren Dean and Michael Risley star.
  MASERTI RICK (documentary) - The life and times of Detroit drug dealer Richard Carter -- known to his friends and associates as Maserati Rick -- play out with gritty realism in this docudrama featuring Rick's brothers, Greg and Big "E," and his son, Maserati Rick Jr. A shrewd salesman with the goods to back up his gift for fast talk, Rick helped found the city's notorious "Best Friends" drug cartel. But a few years later, he met his end with a shot to the head.
  HE’S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU (comedy) - Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore and Scarlett Johansson lead an all-star cast in this adaptation of the bestseller that follows an ensemble of characters dealing with the pitfalls of love and human interaction. Set in Baltimore, director Ken Kwapis's film moves swiftly between a host of storylines and characters brought to life by a stellar lineup that includes Jennifer Connelly, Ben Affleck, Ginnifer Goodwin and Justin Long.
  PRIVATE VALENTINE (comedy) - After her latest movie bombs at the box office and she discovers that her crooked accountant has robbed her blind, spoiled Hollywood starlet Megan Valentine (Jessica Simpson) impulsively decides to enlist in the U.S. Army. Now, the pampered princess must channel her inner solider in order to make it through basic training. Director Steve Miner's lighthearted comedy also stars Steve Guttenberg, Cheri Oteri and Vivica A. Fox.
  THE FALL (drama) - Set in the 1920s, director Tarsem Singh's visually lush drama stars Lee Pace as paralyzed movie stuntman Roy Walker, who bonds with an imaginative 5-year-old named Alexandria (Catinca Untaru) as they convalesce together in a Los Angeles infirmary. To coax the girl into procuring the cache of morphine he wants from the hospital pharmacy, the suicidal Roy regales Alexandria with an elaborate fantasy about larger-than-life heroes.
  THE BUTTERLY EFFECT: REVELATIONS (horror) - When he discovers that he has the ability to travel through time, teenager Sam Reed (Chris Carmack) uses his newfound power to unravel the mystery surrounding his girlfriend's (Rachel Miner) untimely death. Despite his noble intentions, Chris inadvertently disrupts the space-time continuum and unleashes the wrath of a psychopathic serial killer. Directed by Seth Grossman, this sci-fi thriller also stars Daniel Spink and Richard Wilkinson
  FROM WITHIN (horror) - When a rash of mysterious suicides strikes the idyllic burg of Grovetown, it galvanizes the faith of the largely Christian community, which staunchly clings to its evangelical beliefs. Convinced that the deaths are the work of something far more sinister than sheer fate, teenagers Lindsay (Elizabeth Rice) and Aidan (Thomas Dekker) band together to unearth the real culprits … and uncover a shocking revelation.
  THE BROKEN (horror) - From the very first moment Gina (Lena Headey) spots a woman who looks exactly like her driving down a busy London street, reality ceases to exist as she knows it. Tailing her doppelganger, Gina finds herself immersed in a surreal landscape of mind-bending nightmares and inexplicable events. Written and directed by Sean Ellis, this disturbing tale also stars Richard Jenkins and Asier Newman.
  THE BURROWERS (horror) - When the men on a pioneer homestead are brutally murdered and the women and children go missing, a posse sets out to find them, assuming they've been abducted by Indians. But the truth turns out to be much more horrific. As they find more bodies, it soon becomes clear that something from beneath the ground is brutally attacking humans. Clancy Brown, William Mapother and Sean Patrick Thomas star in this horror film set in the Wild West.
  NEVER SURRENDER (action & adventure) - Dissatisfied with the rewards of the above the board mixed martial arts tournaments he's competing in, champion fighter Diego Carter (Hector Echavarria) finds himself drawn into seedy underground cage fighting. Echavarria directs this hard-hitting actioner that features appearances by real UFC superstars, including Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Anderson "The Spider" Silva, Georges "Rush" St-Pierre" and BJ Penn "The Prodigy."
  INTO THE BLUE 2 THE REEF (action & adventure) - When they're hired to recover the lost treasure of Columbus, married scuba divers Sebastian (Chris Carmack) and Dani (Laura Vandervoort) think they've hit the jackpot. But as they get closer to the fortune, the couple begins to suspect their employers have their own agenda. Hitting upon the real plan, the two come to the chilling realization that they may be expendable and that there's much more than riches at stake.
  HOTEL FOR DOGS (comedy) - Placed in a foster home that doesn't allow pets, 16-year-old Andi (Emma Roberts) and her younger brother, Bruce (Jake T. Austin), turn an abandoned hotel into a home for their dog. Soon other strays arrive, and the hotel becomes a haven for every orphaned canine in town. But they have to do some quick thinking to keep the cops off their tails. Based on a novel by Lois Duncan, this charming comedy also stars Lisa Kudrow and Don Cheadle.
  THE PINK PANTHER 2 (comedy) - Everybody's favorite blundering detective, Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Steve Martin), is back in another antic-filled caper. This time, Clouseau joins a team of equally incompetent detectives to foil a thief from heisting historical artifacts. But is this bumbling crew able to keep pace with their nimble quarry? Directed by Harald Zwart, the star-studded sequel also features Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer, Andy Garcia, Alfred Molina and John Cleese.
  THE UNINVITED (horror) - Committed to a mental hospital after her mother's tragic death, teenager Anna (Emily Browning) discovers upon her release that her father (David Strathairn) plans to marry his deceased wife's former nurse, Rachael (Elizabeth Banks), a woman who may not have the best intentions. Foreboding warnings from her mother's ghost only cement Anna's suspicions in this remake of the 2003 Korean chiller Janghwa, Hongryeon
  VOICES (horror) - As her family and friends inexplicably turn on each other -- husbands attacking wives, friends murdering friends, and even parents slaying children -- a young woman begins to fear that she will be the next victim. When some of the murderers reveal that they heard strange voices commanding them to kill, the girl realizes that no one can be trusted and no one is safe, in this South Korean horror film based on the popular comic book series.
  SLAUGHTER (horror) - On the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend, Faith (Amy Shiels) bonds with Lola (Lucy Holt) in a bar and agrees to take refuge in her new friend's farmhouse. But the men Lola brings home every night just can't seem to stick around. As Faith's suspicions grow, she and Lola decide to leave -- but Lola's bizarre brother and father are none too happy about the plan. Craig Robert Young and David Sterne co-star in this horror flick based on actual events.
  AUTOPSY (horror) - On their way home from Mardi Gras, a group of young partygoers crashes their car in the middle of nowhere. Luckily, an ambulance mysteriously shows up to take them to Mercy Hospital -- but they seem to be the only patients. What's more, the staff -- including a medic (Robert Patrick) who drinks spinal fluid fresh from the source and a delusional nurse -- is giving them the creeps. Jessica Lowndes co-stars in this gory supernatural thriller.
  PERKINS 14 (horror) - Unbalanced by the brutal murder of his parents, Robert Perkins (Richard Brake) kidnaps 14 people from a nearby town and brainwashes them into serving as his band of psychotic bodyguards -- who'll stop at nothing to protect their master. When Perkins's antics land him behind bars, the "Perkins 14" snap and unleash a horrifying reign of terror on the people of Stone Cove.
  FIVE MINUTES OF HEAVEN (drama) - A powerful meditation on guilt, forgiveness and reconciliation, this potent drama stars Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt as two men on opposite sides of Northern Ireland's political struggle: one a killer, the other the brother of the man he killed. In crafting his keenly sensitive film, director Oliver Hirschbiegel eschews the predictable to deliver a work of tremendous insight and emotional complexity.
  MIKE EPPS FUNNY BIDNESS (stand-up) - Mike Epps, the raunchy funnyman who shot to fame in the Ice Cube hit Next Friday, bags big laughs from a live audience in this raw collection of wild skits and hilarious stand-up routines. Fans will also enjoy exclusive footage of Epps clowning on the road, backstage and in the streets. Epps's other professional credits include Dr. Doolittle 2, How High, All About the Benjamins and The Fighting Temptations.
  RACE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN (sci-fi & fantasy) - Two young siblings (AnnaSophia Robb and Alexander Ludwig) find themselves on the run from a dark organization seeking to exploit their paranormal abilities in this remake of the beloved Disney classic. A helpful cab driver (Dwayne Johnson) and a UFO specialist (Carla Gugino) try to keep the kids safe. Kim Richards and Ike Eisenmann, who played the siblings in the original movie, co-star, along with Ciarán Hinds and Cheech Marin.
  FAST AND FURIOUS (action & adventure) - Fugitive ex-con Dom Toretto (Vin Diesel) must team with his old nemesis Agent Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker) and take on a common enemy in the latest full-throttle installment of the speed-racing franchise. Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster reprise their roles as Letty and Mia, respectively, in the action adventure, which features pulse-pounding convoy heists and precision tunnel crawls.
  FAR CRY (action & adventure) - Freelance mariner Jack Carver is cursing the day he ever came to this island. A week ago, a brash female reporter named Valerie had offered him an incredible sum of cash to take her to this unspoiled paradise. Shortly after docking, however, Jack's boat was greeted by artillery fire from a mysterious militia group swarming about the island.
  E-MEN ORIGINS WOLVERINE (sci-fi fantasy) - This action-packed prequel to the popular X-Men films explores Marvel Comics character Wolverine's (Hugh Jackman) past and the events that influenced the mutant before the Weapon X program bonded his skeleton with the powerfully strong metal alloy adamantium. After the death of his girlfriend, Wolverine seeks vengeance against supervillain Victor Creed (Liev Schreiber). Ryan Reynolds, Danny Huston and Lynn Collins co-star.
  BLED (horror) - After trying a drug given to her by a mysterious foreigner (Jonathan Oldham), young artist Sai (Sarah Farooqui) enters a dreamlike space and develops a thirst for blood. As Sai's cravings grow, she unwittingly attracts a dimensional vampire trying to cross over into the real world. A horror film full of blood and lust, Bled co-stars Alex Petrovitch, Chris Ivan Cevic, Michele Morrow and Ivan L. Moody.
  DUPLICITY (thriller) - Ex-spies Claire Stenwick (Julia Roberts) and Ray Koval (Clive Owen) join competing multinational corporations to see who can get their hands on a secret product first and cash in on the profit. They have no problem double-crossing their bosses (played by Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti) but will they be willing to backstab each other? Turns out a little thing called love is getting in the way. Tony Gilroy wrote and directed this crime caper.
  LAST CHANCE HARVEY (drama) - Dustin Hoffman stars in this romantic dramedy as Harvey Shine, a struggling jingle writer who risks losing his job to attend his daughter's London wedding, only to discover he is not exactly welcome at the ceremony. While seeking refuge in the airport bar, Harvey meets a lonely statistician named Kate (Emma Thompson) and soon finds himself happily thrust into an unexpected romance. Hoffman and Thompson both picked up Golden Globe nominations for their roles.
  THE SPIRIRT (action & adventure) - After rookie Central City cop Denny Colt (Gabriel Macht) is murdered, he's mysteriously reborn as masked superhero the Spirit. Setting out to rid the streets of crime, he finds his archnemesis in the Octopus (Samuel L. Jackson), whose quest for immortality imperils the entire city. Scarlett Johansson, Eva Mendes and Paz Vega co-star in this adaptation of Will Eisner's classic comic by writer-director Frank Miller (Sin City, 300).
  DEAD IN 3 DAYS (horror) - When Nina (Sabrina Reiter) and her high school friends receive eerie text messages declaring that they will all die within three days, they dismiss it as a hokey prank -- until one by one, the pals start turning up dead in the alpine countryside. With the cops stymied, Nina and her remaining friends must scour their past for clues to identify the madman before he kills them all. Andreas Prochaska directs this horror flick from Austria.
  TAKING CHANCE (drama) - Based on an article by Marine Lt. Col. Michael Strobl, this HBO original film tells the story of Strobl's emotional experience traveling across America as a volunteer escort officer for the body of fallen 19-year-old soldier Chance Phelps. The 2004 journey was made especially significant by the fact that both Strobl and Phelps share the same hometown of Dubois, Wyo., with a population of less than 1,000.
  BRIDE WARS (comedy) - Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway star as Emma and Liv, best friends who become worst enemies when they realize their respective weddings are scheduled on the same day at their dream venue -- the Plaza Hotel. It's no holds barred as these two bridezillas go on a ruthless rampage toward matrimony. The romantic comedy also stars Candice Bergen (as the wedding planner), Bryan Greenberg, Kristen Johnston and Chris Pratt.
  MONSTER VS ALIEN (children & family) - After Susan Murphy (voiced by Reese Witherspoon) is struck by a meteor and grows to be 50-feet tall, she's captured by the government and shuttled to a secret compound where she meets a team of other monsters -- soon to be Earth's only defense when an alien attacks. Under orders from the president (Stephen Colbert), Susan and her cohorts Dr. Cockroach (Hugh Laurie), the Missing Link (Will Arnett) and B.O.B. (Seth Rogen) set out to save the world.
  ECHELON CONSPIRACY (thriller) - After stumbling upon a strange cell phone that seems to steer him toward limitless wealth, a young engineer (Shane West) goes along for the ride. But the road veers into dangerous territory when he becomes the target of a global conspiracy. Edward Burns, Ving Rhames and Martin Sheen co-star in this politically charged thriller about a deadly device and the lengths to which people will go to get their hands on it.
  SHUTTLE (thriller) - Hitching a ride on the airport shuttle seems like the safest option for weary friends Mel (Peyton List) and Jules (Cameron Goodman), who find themselves stranded late at night after flying back from a girls-only vacation in Mexico. That is, until their short drive home descends into a one-way trip to hell. As captive passengers they're now at the mercy of a terrifying driver (Tony Curran) with an unknown agenda, and no exit in sight.
  WHAT DOES’NT KILL YOU (drama) - Partners in crime Paulie (Ethan Hawke) and Brian (Mark Ruffalo) find themselves at odds after years of pulling dangerous jobs, surviving turf wars and evading a determined detective (Donnie Wahlberg) in this gritty crime drama set in South Boston. The childhood buddies have gone through the wringer together, but when Brian's relationship with his wife (Amanda Peet) begins to fall apart, their loyal friendship is tested.
  LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (horror) - Twelve-year-old Oskar (Kåre Hedebrant), the constant target of bullies, spends his time plotting revenge and collecting news items about the grisly murders plaguing his town. Things change for Oskar when he meets new girl Eli (Lina Leandersson), a misfit vampire who steals his heart. As a serial killer continues to prey on teen boys in the small village outside Stockholm, Sweden, Eli helps Oskar find the courage to stand up to his tormenters.
  CRIME SPREE (comedy) - There's hell to pay -- and even that might not be enough -- when an out-of-town heist goes awry for a bungling crew of French burglars (Gerard Depardieu, Johnny Hallyday, Albert Dray and Stephane Freiss). Seems they've mistakenly robbed the head (Harvey Keitel) of the Chicago Mafia. Talk about your poisson out of water!
  THE CREW (drama) - British crime drama directed by Adrian Vitoria. Brothers Ged (Scot Williams) and Ratter (Kenny Doughty) Brennan have been carrying out violent robberies for years, but have always avoided getting involved in the drug scene. Ged now wants to get out of the criminal lifestyle, but needs to carry out one last major heist to set himself up. Ratter, however, has grown tired of all of the violence and wants to move on to what he sees as the easier, richer pickings of narcotics. As the gang's final job comes ever nearer, betrayal is in the air and Ged has to use all of his experience and contacts just to survive.
  KILL SHOT (thriller) - After witnessing a violent shakedown, Carmen and Wayne Colson (Diane Lane and Thomas Jane) are ushered under the arm of the Federal Witness Protection program, where they're supposed to be well taken care of. But with an experienced hit man (Mickey Rourke) and a rookie killer (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) on their heels, hiding out will be more difficult than they thought. Rosario Dawson and "Jackass" Johnny Knoxville co-star.
            HAPPILY N’EVER AFTER (children & family) - Spoiled teen Princess Snow White spends more time hanging out with pals Goldilocks, Little Red Riding Hood and Little Bo Peep than attending to her subjects in this animated twist on the classic fairy tale. But when her father's fiancée turns out to be a real witch, Snow White springs into action to put a stop to the wedding and bring peace to the kingdom -- with a little help from the Seven Dwarves and the Three Little Pigs.
  WINGED CREATURES (drama) - A moment of random violence erupts in an ordinary Los Angeles diner. The survivors (Kate Beckinsale, Dakota Fanning, Guy Pearce, Forest Whitaker, Josh Hutcherson) find that the meanings of their lives have changed. No matter how much their families and friends (Jennifer Hudson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Embeth Davidtz) attempt to understand, these individuals must follow their own paths to recovery seeking to regain trust in a world that now seems chaotic.
                  INKHEART (sci-fi & fantasy) - Unbeknownst to his 12-year-old daughter Meggie (Eliza Bennett), bookbinder Mo "Silvertongue" Folchart (Brendan Fraser) has a secret ability to bring characters to life by reading their stories out loud. But when the wicked Capricorn (Andy Serkis) comes after her father, Meggie must rescue him. Based on the best-selling children's novel by Cornelia Funke, this enchanting fantasy co-stars Paul Bettany, Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren.
                BEDTIME STORIES (comedy) - Skeeter Bronson (Adam Sandler) is a down-on-his-luck guy who's always telling bedtime stories to his niece and nephew, and whose life is turned upside down when these fantastical stories suddenly turn into reality. Now, all the outrageous characters and situations that Skeeter has ever imagined have morphed into actual people and events in his life. But can he manage his own unruly fantasies now that they've come true?
                MARLEY & ME (comedy) - Based on the best-selling memoir, this feature adaptation centers on Jennifer and John Grogan (Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson), who, as newlyweds about to start a family, learn many of life's important lessons from Marley, their lovable yet trouble-seeking canine. This heartwarming story examines the highs and lows of marriage, maturity and confronting ones' own mortality, as seen through the lens of family life with a dog.
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