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Illegal Tender

Wilson De Leon, Jr. (Rick Gonzalez) is a hard-studying college student who unfortunately has his education derailed by a haunting memory from his family's past. When his mother (Wanda De Jesus) is terrorized by the same man who murdered her husband years earlier, Wilson must step up and protect her by any means necessary.
Illegal Tender
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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.
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Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

In his fifth year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter (Daniel Radcliffe) is now 15 years old and preparing for the Ordinary Wizarding Levels examinations after a long summer away from school. He's also recruited by a secret organization to prepare for the eventual return of the epitome of evil, Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). Although the group busies itself behind the scenes, no other Wizard believes Harry and Dumbledore's (Michael Gambon) dire warnings, forcing a new Witch (Imelda Staunton) to assume control of the magical school.
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Day Zero

In the near future, the draft has been reinstated and three young men find themselves called into service. Given a month before they have to report for duty, George (Chris Klein), a lawyer, Dixon (Jon Bernthal), a cab driver, and Feller (Elijah Wood) a writer explore their own crises of conscience in having to leave their safe lives behind and go fight for a cause some of them may not be entirely sure they believe in.
Day Zero
Trailer Park Boys: The Movie

Best pals Julian (John Paul Tremblay) and Ricky (Robb Wells) are finally released from prison following an unsuccessful ATM robbery and quickly set about planning their next big caper. Nicknamed The Big Dirty, the job entails the two inept crooks stealing a massive amount of untraceable change. But, to pull the heist off, they must train two even more inept assistants, Cory (Cory Bowles) and Trevor (Michael Jackson), and evade a motley bunch of neighbors in the trailer park they call home. Based on the hit BBC TV show.
Trailer Park Boys: The Movie
Good Luck Chuck

Charlie (Dane Cook) is a single dude who doesn't have any trouble getting women — the problem is keeping them around. After getting intimate with every female he dates, they all eventually move on to find "Mr. Right," who never seems to be him. Once his reputation spreads as "Good Luck Chuck," every girl in the world tries to sleep with him, which isn't such a bad thing, until he thinks he finds his soul mate (Jessica Alba), who is the one person he can't go to bed with or he'll risk losing her forever to some other guy.
Good Luck Chuck
Bee Movie

Recent bee graduate Barry B. Benson (Jerry Seinfeld) isn't thrilled at having just one option for a career, namely honey. After he befriends a human woman named Vanessa (Renée Zellweger) who saves his life, he finds out that humans eat lots of honey and decides to sue humanity for stealing from bees.
Bee Movie
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story

This fake biopic follows Dewey Cox (John C. Reilly), who struggles to become a major recording star.
Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
No Reservations

Kate Armstrong (Catherine Zeta-Jones), an uptight master chef, has her perfectly ordered world shattered by two unexpected surprises. First, she's forced to care for her orphaned 9-year-old niece (Abigail Breslin). Second, her restaurant takes on an aggresive new sous-chef (Aaron Eckhart) who proves to be both insufferable &#151; and irresistable. A remake of the foreign film <i>Mostly Martha</i>.
No Reservations
The Last Legion

12-year-old Romulus Augustus (Thomas Sangster) is crowned emperor of Rome &#133; but for only one day when the empire falls into terrible anarchy. Banished to the island of Capri to live for the rest of his life, Romulus finds the legendary sword once owned by Julius Caesar that is known as Excaliburnus. With the help of his teacher (Ben Kingsley) and the last loyal legionnaire (Colin Firth), Romulus escapes the island, goes to Britannia and find soldiers to fight for the final glory of the Roman Empire.
The Last Legion