|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.
We hear a lot about the "Iraqi insurgents" on the news, but rarely do we ever hear or see them. This provocative documentary explores the other side of the Iraqi occupation and gives voice to those who fight. Speaking with a candor previously unheard by American audiences, these resistance fighters explain their motivations in keeping up the struggle.
|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.
|Finishing the Game
When Bruce Lee died suddenly during the making of <i>Game of Death</i>, there were still 12 minutes of kung-fu-fighting action to be filmed. So, the studio backing the picture did the most sensible thing: They auditioned several wannabe fighters to find a suitable replacement who could stand in for Lee for the final scenes. Ok, not really, but that's the premise of this mockumentary.
Based on the legendary epic poem, the great warrior Beowulf (Ray Winstone) must destroy the evil creature Grendel (Crispin Glover) who is terrorizing the Scandinavian countryside. And if that isn't difficult enough, Beowulf must also kill the monster's mommy (Angelina Jolie).
|Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
Mr. Magorium (Dustin Hoffman) owns and runs the most magical store in the universe, where all of the toys for sale are alive. But when the aging shopkeeper decides to retire and sell the business to his faithful cashier (Natalie Portman), he hires an uptight accountant (Jason Bateman) to get his affairs in order.
Andrew Wyke (Michael Caine) is a writer who discovers that his wife has been cheating on him with an actor, Milo Tindle (Jude Law). In an elaborate con, Andrew invites Milo to his remote country estate in an attempt to get revenge. But is Milo really hip to Andrew's plot, and who is going to get the last laugh?
Ethan (Joaquin Phoenix) and Dwight (Mark Ruffalo) are two fathers whose lives become intertwined after a hit-and-run accident leaves one of their sons dead.
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.
|The Brothers Solomon
Dean and John Solomon (Will Forte and Will Arnett) learned everything they know from their father, who unfortunately didn't teach his kids anything about the birds and the bees. When dear old dad's dying wish is to have a grandchild, the two mentally and romantically deficient siblings go about finding a woman to impregnate, which proves to be rather difficult.