Ethan Kendrick (Jason Behr) is a TV reporter called on to investigate an ancient legend about giant monsters destroying the planet. As Ethan delves into the case, he discovers that the story isn't just a legend — it's true! Giant dragons descend on modern-day Los Angeles to wreck havoc and while the military is no match for the mighty creatures, Ethan finds out that a young girl may hold the key to end the destruction.
|National Treasure: Book of Secrets
In this sequel, treasure hunter Ben Gates (Nicolas Cage) stumbles upon a worldwide conspiracy concerning Abraham Lincoln's assassination, after he finds the 18 pages that have been missing from John Wilkes Booth's diary.
Felix Bonhoeffer (Anthony Hopkins) is a successful actor and screenwriter who may be slipping into madness. While working on his latest script, the characters he created on the page suddenly start appearing in his real life. Unable to separate reality from fiction, Felix's mind faces the very real danger of actually imploding. This is Anthony Hopkins directorial debut.
|3:10 to Yuma
Notorious outlaw Ben Wade's (Russell Crowe) crime spree across the Old West comes to an end when authorities finally catch him, but putting the bandit on trial may not be such an easy task. Dan Evans (Christian Bale) is a Civil War veteran and a struggling rancher who volunteers to deliver Wade to the train that will take him to the courthouse. But it's not such an easy task when Wade's henchman, the deranged Charlie (Ben Foster), vows to kill everyone in his path to stop his boss from ending up in the hangman's noose.
After serving nine months in Vietnam, Richard Pimentel (Ron Livingston) returns home with severe loss of hearing. Coping with his own new disability, Richard befriends an acerbic genius (Michael Sheen) with cerebral palsy, another veteran (Yul Vasquez) suffering from alcoholism and a girl into "free-love" (Melissa George). Then with the support of his friends, Richard becomes a tireless advocate on behalf of the disabled and eventually becomes one of the key supporters of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
|Lions for Lambs
In Washington, D.C., Senator Jasper Irving (Tom Cruise) has his eyes on the White House, so he promises a big scoop to a TV journalist (Meryl Streep) that will hopefully land him on every screen in America. But is the story as explosive as promised, or is the reporter just being duped? Meanwhile, an altruistic college professor (Robert Redford) tries to inspire an emotionally detached student (Andrew Garfield) into becoming more politically motivated.
|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.
All Ben (Joel Moore) wants to do is forget about being dumped by his girlfriend. To help him out, his friends take him to Mardi Gras, which isn't any fun because all the skimpily-clad, inebrieated girls running around end up just reminding Ben of his ex. So instead, Ben goes on a haunted bayou tour on a boat full of strangers. And what do you know, the ill-fated ride turns out to be really scary when the passengers are stalked by a maniacal killer (Kane Hodder).
|Death at a Funeral
The British usually know how to keep a stiff upper lip, but one family totally loses their cool when their patriarch dies and a man shows up at the funeral claiming to be the dead guy's gay lover. When the stranger threatens to blackmail the distraught family, they go to extreme measures to keep his mouth shut.
Nikolai (Viggo Mortensen), who belongs to one of London's most feared organized crime families, meets a midwife (Naomi Watts) who unwittingly holds damaging information that could lead to unraveling the family's criminal network. Nikolai must make sure this doesn't happen without ruining the young woman's life.