Two siblings (Laura Linney, Philip Seymour Hoffman) who have drifted apart over the years are forced to get reacquainted when they both must care for their elderly father (Philip Bosco).
In 1792, the Catholic Church brings back the Inquisition and a poor artist's model (Natalie Portman) is unfairly imprisoned and tortured. Twenty years later, that artist, Goya (Stellan Skarsgård), is haunted by the memory of what happened to his young friend, only to be confronted by her when she is released from her hellish imprisonment.
|Love in the Time of Cholera
Florentino Ariza (Javier Bardem) is in love with Fermina Daza (Giovanna Mezzogiorno). However, since he's too poor to take care of her properly, she marries a much wealthier man. Then for the next 50 years, Florentino tries to make a success of himself so that he can finally win Fermina's heart. Based on the book by Gabriel García Márquez.
|One Missed Call
Beth Raymond (Shannyn Sossamon) witnesses the death of two of her best friends just days apart. Coincidentally, both people also received terrifying messages on their cell phones that sounded like moments recorded at their deaths. Although it sounds like a crazy story, the only person who believes Beth is Detective Jack Andrews (Edward Burns), who helps her figure out who's been leaving the demonic voice mails.
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.
Angela Bridges (Rachel Nichols) is such a hardworking young executive that she toils late into the night on Christmas Eve. Eventually taking off so she can get to her family's holiday party at a semi-reasonable hour, Angela makes the lonely walk to her car in her office's parking garage. However, once she gets in the automobile, she can't get it to start, so she gets some help from a security guard on duty, Thomas (Wes Bentley). Even he can't get the car going, so he invites Angela to a holiday dinner in his office, which she refuses. Bad move! Thomas has actually been stalking Angela for months, and now he'll do anything to make sure she stays with him through the night.
Based on the hit video-game series, a man known only as Agent 47 (Timothy Olyphant) has been trained to become the ultimate assassin. However, his reign as the world's most efficient killer may be at an end when he's set up for a fall by unknown forces. Evading both Interpol and Russian military officers, the ruthless hit man must find out who is behind the conspiracy before he's killed himself.
Maps (Daniel Radcliffe) is a lonely orphan boy who may be too old to be adopted. He gets a break from his dreary life in a Catholic convent in the remote Australian outback when he's sent on vacation at the shore with three of his best friends. While Maps falls in love with a pretty girl (Teresa Palmer), the other boys vie to look the most adoptable by a nice childless couple. Based on the novel by Michael Noonan.
Author Jane Austen (Anne Hathaway) eventually became famous for writing epic novels like <i>Pride and Prejudice</i> and <i>Sense and Sensibility</i>, but as a young woman in the 18th century, writing was not a respectible goal for a young woman. With the entire world telling her she can't achieve her dreams, Jane meets and falls in love with a charming rogue, Tom Lefroy (James McAvoy), who inspires her to write the books generations have come to know and love.
John Hume (Kevin Bacon) is living the good life: nice job, nice family and his son Brendan (Stuart Lafferty) is about to start a professional hockey career. But then one fateful night at a convenience store, Brendan is killed during a hold-up and after some legal wrangling, his killer gets to walk free. So, John takes revenge for his boy's murder on himself, which places the rest of his family in dire jeopardy.