Rob Hawkins (Michael Stahl-David) has just gotten a new job, except he's going to have to move from NYC to Tokyo to take it. On the eve of his departure, Rob's brother Jason (Mike Vogel) throws a surprise going-away party that's interrupted when a giant monster attacks the city. Receiving a panicked phone call from his ex-girlfriend Beth (Odette Yustman), Rob races through the destruction with several of his friends to save her.
|Gone Baby Gone
Patrick Kenzie (Casey Affleck) and Angie Gennaro (Michelle Monaghan) work together as private investigators and are hired to find a 4-year-old girl who went missing from the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston. The media spotlight on the case burns brightly, and the pair are forced to team up with a detective (Ed Harris) and the chief of police (Morgan Freeman) to help solve it quickly. But as the clues start mounting and Patrick and Angie get involved with drug dealers and child abusers, it quickly begins to appear that there's a lot more at stake here than just one missing little girl.
|The Willow Tree
Yusef (Parviz Parastui) is a blind man lives a completely fulfilling life and is completely unhindered by his lack of vision. But when he undergoes a risky surgical procedure and is able to see again, he realizes that the perfect world he saw in his mind's eye is not the same as what he sees with his real eyes.
|The Deaths of Ian Stone
Ian Stone (Mike Vogel) is just an average guy who has the bad luck of being attacked by a corpse and thrown in front of a speeding train. However, Ian doesn't die. He's resurrected into a new life that's pretty much the same as his old one, with one big exception: he's killed every day and brought back to life the next. Ian's only chance to stop getting horrifically murdered and returned from the dead is to figure out who or what is causing these events to happen.
|Rush Hour 3
LAPD Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) team up again, this time traveling to Paris to dismantle the organized-crime family known as the Triads.
|We Own the Night
Bobby Green (Joaquin Phoenix) is just a mild-mannered manager of a Russian nightclub in NYC circa 1988. However, that club happens to be owned by a ruthless crime lord (Alex Veadov) who holds a personal vendetta against Bobby's father, Deputy Police Chief Burt Grusinsky (Robert Duvall). Bobby must do what it takes to save his father without exposing the secret that they're actually related.
|The 11th Hour
Environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio narrates this documentary on global climate change and what we can do to help stem the tide. Featuring interviews with former Soviet Prime Minister Mikhail Gorbachev, scientist Stephen Hawking and former CIA chief James Woolsey and other scientists and experts on the environment.
A sci-fi author (John Cusack) who is still mourning the death of his wife tries to get his mind off of his grief by adopting a young boy (Bobby Coleman). But the kid's own emotional problems are compounded by the fact that he seems to be utterly convinced that he's from the planet Mars.
In this adaptation of the Stephen King novella, shoppers are trapped in a supermarket after it is enveloped in a strange mist filled with monstrous creatures. David Drayton (Thomas Jane) is just an unassuming artist, but when the terror hits, he rallies the other customers to defend themselves against the horrible beasts. Will these small-town folks be able to survive the assault and find out where that creepy mist came from anyway? Is it from the nearby military base?
Jane (Anna Faris) is an aspiring actress in Los Angeles who has only one thing holding her back: She's a raging pothead. After accidentally chowing down on her roommate's entire batch of marijuana-laced cupcakes, Jane goes on a mission to replace the cupcakes, a mission that gets more complicated and more ridiculous with each passing second.