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Wristcutters: A Love Story

Zia (Patrick Fugit) doesn't have much to live for and decides to take the ultimate plunge. After committing suicide, he finds himself in a strange land of limbo that's filled with other tragic suicides. While there he goes on an epic journey to find his former girlfriend and picks up a pair of interesting characters to accompany him: Eugene (Shea Whigham) and Mikal (Shannyn Sossamon).
Wristcutters: A Love Story
Hitman

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.
Hitman
Interview

Journalist Pierre Peders (Steve Buscemi) is used to covering wars all over the world, so he's horribly upset when he learns that his next assignment is to interview a vapid TV soap star (Sienna Miller). However, although they seem like they are worlds apart, as the two strangers start getting to really know each other, they realize they have a lot more in common than they ever imagined.
Interview
Diary of the Dead

A group of film students document the rise of the living dead in George A. Romero's latest zombie epic.
Diary of the Dead
The Kite Runner

Amir and Hassan are inseparable boyhood friends in Afghanistan during the '70s, even though Amir is the son of a wealthy businessman and Hassan is the son of a servant. As the country falls into chaos, Amir is forced to leave the country with his father, leaving Hassan and his family behind. Years later, Amir is tortured by having abandoned his best friend, so he returns to Afghanistan, which is now suffering under Taliban rule, to find him. Based on the bestselling novel.
The Kite Runner
Nancy Drew

Based on the iconic girl detective created by Carolyn Keene, Nancy (Emma Roberts) is the town snoop solving various "mysteries" about her neighbors. But when she travels to Los Angeles with her father (Tate Donovan), the preteen investigator finds herself smack-dab in a real case involving the odd death of a Hollywood starlet.
Nancy Drew
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) boldly goes where no pirate has gone before. Along with Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley), the unconventional seafarer sails into uncharted waters and meets a new rival, Captain Sao Feng (Chow Yun-Fat), on the high seas.
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Starting Out in the Evening

Leonard Schiller (Frank Langella) is a reclusive writer who was once the shining star of NYC but has since faded into obscurity. However, when a cute young grad student (Lauren Ambrose) enters his life, she holds the promise of making him famous once again.
Starting Out in the Evening
No Country for Old Men

Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) stumbles across a pickup truck surrounded by several corpses and filled with heroin and two million dollars in cash, which he promptly takes off with. However, attempting to retrieve the stolen booty are the proper owners of the drugs and money, who are none too pleased, including a psychotic killer (Javier Bardem) who judges people's lives with the flip of a coin.
No Country for Old Men
Enchanted

A fairy tale princess, Giselle (Amy Adams), is banished from her perfect animated realm by an evil queen (Susan Sarandon) and forced to make her way on the mean streets of New York City. Lost and alone, Giselle befriends a divorce lawyer (Patrick Dempsey) who may turn out to be her prince charming, even though her hand is promised to an actual prince (James Marsden) back home.
Enchanted