13 Going on 30 (2004)  It's 1987, and geeky Jenna just wants to be popular. After her 13th birthday party goes awry, Jenna wishes she could just be 30 instead -- only to wake up and discover that she's flash-forwarded 17 years. Now a sexy, successful magazine editor, Jenna (Jennifer Garner) finds out that being an adult isn't necessarily all it's cracked up to be. Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer and Andy Serkis co-star in this charming romantic comedy in the tradition of Big. Cast:  Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer, Andy Serkis, Kathy Baker, Phil Reeves, Samuel Ball, Alexandra Kyle, Joe Grifasi, Mary Pat Gleason. --PG-13-- For some sexual content and brief drug references.
16 Blocks (2006)  Tasked with escorting chatty prosecution witness Eddie Bunker (rapper and seasoned actor Mos Def) from police custody to a nearby courthouse, aging New York City cop Jack Mosley (Bruce Willis) reluctantly gears up for the 16-block trek. But with powerful forces intent on keeping them from reaching their destination, they'll be lucky to make it there alive. David Morse co-stars in director Richard Donner's action thriller. Cast: Bruce Willis, Mos Def, David Morse, Alfre Woodard. --PG-13--  For violence, intense sequences of action, and some strong language  Skyfall  (2012)
When a serious menace threatens MI6, James Bond is on the case -- putting aside his own life and personal issues to hunt and obliterate the perpetrators. Meanwhile, secrets arise from M's past that strain Bond's loyalty to his longtime boss.  Cast:
Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Bérénice Marlohe, Albert Finney, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Ola Rapace, Helen McCrory, Nicholas Woodeson, Bill Buckhurst, Elize du Toit, Ian Bonar.  --PG-13--
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)  Based on Arthur C. Clarke's story "The Sentinel," Stanley Kubrick's quiet masterpiece probes the mysteries of space and human destiny. In the years between primitive man's discovery of lethal weapons and the birth of the star child, astronauts David Bowman (Keir Dullea) and Frank Poole (Gary Lockwood) confront HAL-9000, the computer operating their ship. Nominated for four Academy Awards, Kubrick's epic won for its stunning special effects. Cast: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester, Leonard Rossiter . --G-- Quantum of Solace  (2008)  Picking up an hour after the events of 2006's Casino Royale, this James Bond adventure finds 007 tracking a traitor who's infiltrated MI6. The trail leads to the head of a world environmental agency being used as a façade to mask a sinister plot.  Cast: Daniel Craig, Olga Kurylenko, Mathieu Amalric, Judi Dench, Giancarlo Giannini, Gemma Arterton, Jeffrey Wright, Jesper Christensen, Neil Jackson. --PG-13--
2010: The Year We Make Contact (1984)  In this stunning sequel to 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Heywood Floyd (Roy Scheider) helms a joint U.S.-Soviet mission of scientists (including John Lithgow and Helen Mirren) trying to rendezvous with the abandoned Discovery spacecraft, reactivate the homicidal computer HAL-9000 (voiced by Douglas Rain) and finally learn the truth. Director Peter Hyams's tense epic, set with Earth on the brink of nuclear war, was nominated for five Academy Awards. Cast: "HAL" the computer, Roy Scheider, John Lithgow, Helen Mirren, Bob Balaban.  --PG-- Casino Royale  (2006)  The 007 franchise revisits its roots with Daniel Craig making his debut as newly minted secret agent James Bond, who's pitted against an infamous financier of international terrorism in a shootout -- at the poker table.  Cast:  Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Eva Green, Jeffrey Wright, Mads Mikkelsen, Giancarlo Giannini. --PG-13--
After the Sunset (2004)  After one final heist, a last hurrah of sorts, Max Burdett (Pierce Brosnan) finally decides to retire from the game with his alluring and cunning wife, Lola (Salma Hayek). But are they really ready to squander their prodigious talent for criminal enterprise forever? FBI agent Stan Lloyd (Woody Harrelson) doesn't think so -- and that's why he's followed the pair to their island hideaway to see if Max and Lola are making good on their promise. Cast:  Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek, Woody Harrelson, Don Cheadle, Naomie Harris. -- Not Rated. Die Another Day  (2002)  Pierce Brosnan's fourth (and final) outing as secret agent 007 finds the ever-daring James Bond facing off against a North Korean terrorist in league with a British diamond merchant who's financing the development of a space weapon.  Cast:  Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, Toby Stephens, Rick Yune, Rosamund Pike, Judi Dench, John Cleese, Michael Madsen, Will Yun Lee, Kenneth Tsang, Emilio Echevarría, Mikhail Gorevoy, Lawrence Makoare, Colin Salmon, Samantha Bond, Madonna. --PG-13--
Airplane! (1980)  In this joke-a-second parody of disaster movies, traumatized former combat pilot Ted Striker (Robert Hays) is forced to land a passenger plane when food poisoning strikes the crew. In some clever casting, leading dramatic actors Peter Graves, Robert Stack and Leslie Nielsen never betray that they're in on the joke. Multiple viewings are required to catch every gag.  -- Cast:  Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty, Lloyd Bridges, Leslie Nielsen, Peter Graves, Robert Stack, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Lorna Patterson, Stephen Stucker, Ethel Merman, Jimmie Walker, Al White, Barbara Billingsley, Rossie Harris, David Leisure, Michelle Stacy, Jill Whelan. --PG-- Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children. The World Is Not Enough  (1999)  Greed, revenge, world domination, high-tech terrorism: It's all in a day's work for cunning secret agent James Bond, who's on a mission -- and in a race against time -- to protect a beautiful oil heiress from a notorious terrorist.  Cast:  Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, Robert Carlyle, Denise Richards, Robbie Coltrane, Judi Dench, Desmond Llewelyn, John Cleese, Maria Grazia Cucinotta. --PG-13--
Akeelah and the Bee (2006) With an aptitude for words, 11-year-old Akeelah Anderson (Keke Palmer) is determined to spell her way out of South Los Angeles, entering scores of local contests and eventually landing a chance to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. Despite discouragement from her mother (Angela Bassett), Akeelah gets support from her bookish tutor (Laurence Fishburne), her principal (Curtis Armstrong) and proud members of her community. Cast: Angela Bassett, Laurence Fishburne, Keke Palmer, Curtis Armstrong. --PG--  For some language. Tomorrow Never Dies  (1997)  Pierce Brosnan stars as suave action hero James Bond in this continuation of the 007 series, this time teaming the secret agent and a sexy Chinese superspy against a megalomaniacal media mogul bent on starting World War III to boost his ratings.  Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher, Ricky Jay, Götz Otto, Joe Don Baker, Vincent Schiavelli, Judi Dench, Desmond Llewelyn. --PG-13--
Alamo, The  (2004)  A small Texas mission called The Alamo is the historic spot where, in 1836, almost 200 men stood their ground for two weeks as they were attacked by Mexican forces led by Gen. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. The brave faction of Texans was headed by three men -- Col. William Travis (Patrick Wilson), James Bowie (Jason Patric) and David Crockett (Billy Bob Thornton) -- whose path into history books made them heroes and symbols of independence.  -- Cast:  Billy Bob Thornton, Jason Patric, Dennis Quaid, Patrick Wilson, Emilio Echevarria, Jordi Molla, Laura Clifton, Leon Rippy, Marc Blucas, W. Earl Brown. -- PG-13  GoldenEye  (1995)  Pierce Brosnan takes his first turn as suave secret agent James Bond, who -- with his sophisticated gadgets and signature Aston Martin -- investigates the destruction of a Russian satellite weapons base with help from the massacre's sole survivor.  Cast:  Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean, Izabella Scorupco, Famke Janssen, Joe Don Baker, Judi Dench, Robbie Coltrane, Gottfried John, Alan Cumming, Tchéky Karyo, Desmond Llewelyn, Samantha Bond, Michael Kitchen, Simon Kunz, Serena Gordon, Minnie Driver. --PG-13--
Aliens of the Deep (2005)  Blending his directing skills and a personal passion, James Cameron trains his lens underwater to volcanic vents in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Part of a submerged mountain chain called the Mid-Ocean Ridge, the vents spew superheated water that serves as a haven for creatures unlike anything ever seen, including stomachless, 6-foot worms and sightless white crabs. Joining Cameron is a squad of NASA scientists and marine biologists.  Licence to Kill  (1989)  This time it's personal as James Bond -- stripped of his license to kill -- embarks on a one-man, unauthorized mission of vengeance when notorious Colombian drug lord Franz Sanchez leaves 007's newly married friend for dead.  Cast: Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell, Robert Davi, Talisa Soto, Anthony Zerbe, Frank McRae, David Hedison, Wayne Newton, Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Starke, Priscilla Barnes. --PG-13--
Alien vs. Predator (2004)  The creepiest creatures from two epic thrillers face off in the ultimate showdown in this film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. The fun begins when scientists and explorers (played by a cast that includes Sanaa Lathan and Raoul Bova) discover an ancient pyramid in Antarctica. But the structure isn't the only behemoth in the ice. A battle between two otherworldly populations is threatening to destroy the region and its inhabitants for good. Cast:  Sanaa Lathan, Raoul Bova, Lance Henriksen, Ewen Bremner. --PG13-- For violence, language, horror images, slime and gore.  The Living Daylights  (1987)  Timothy Dalton makes his debut as suave superspy James Bond, who's tasked with protecting a Russian general from a beautiful sniper and stopping a weapons conspiracy that may be linked to the Soviet military high command.  Cast: Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Jeroen Krabbé, Joe Don Baker, John Rhys-Davies, Art Malik, Andreas Wisniewski, Thomas Wheatley, Desmond Llewelyn, Robert Brown. --PG-13--
All the Pretty Horses (2000)  With dreams of steady ranch work and a better life, John (Matt Damon) and his friend Lacey (Henry Thomas) travel on horseback across the Rio Grande into Mexico. On their journey, they come across stunning scenery, a loose-cannon youngster named Jimmy and a hacienda needing cowboys. Everything seems perfect until John meets a beautiful young woman (Penélope Cruz) and Jimmy makes a terrible choice. --PG-13--  For violence and some sexuality  A View to a Kill  (1985)  Agent 007 races against the clock to stop a power-mad French industrialist who's scheming to corner the world's microchip supply by triggering a massive earthquake that would destroy California's Silicon Valley -- and kill millions.  Cast:  Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Tanya Roberts, Grace Jones, Patrick Macnee, Patrick Bauchau, David Yip, Fiona Fullerton, Manning Redwood, Alison Doody, Willoughby Gray, Desmond Llewelyn, Robert Brown, Lois Maxwell, Walter Gotell. --PG-13--
Along Came Polly (2004)  Reuben Feffer (Ben Stiller) believes that if you plan ahead and play it safe, you can have a pretty good life. When his wife of a few days (Debra Messing) dumps him on his honeymoon for their scuba-diving instructor (Hank Azaria), Reuben vows to keep things under an even tighter lid. But along comes Polly (Jennifer Aniston), a bright, buoyant and breathtakingly irreverent childhood friend who teaches him to live life on the edge. Cast: Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Debra Messing, Alec Baldwin, Hank Azaria, Bryan Brown, Jsu Garcia, Michele Lee, Bob Dishy, Missi Pyle. -- PG-13 For sexual content, language, crude humor and some drug references. Octopussy  (1983)  Agent 007 springs into action after uncovering a terrorist plot hatched by a renegade Soviet general and an exiled Afghan prince to launch a nuclear attack -- financed by the sale of Fabergé eggs -- against NATO forces in Europe.  Cast: Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Louis Jourdan, Kristina Wayborn, Kabir Bedi, Steven Berkoff, David Meyer, Tony Meyer, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell. --PG-13--
American Dreamz (2006) Politics meets showbiz and 21st century pop culture in director Paul Weitz's mordant comedy. For the first time in four years, President Staton (Dennis Quaid) picks up a newspaper and soon becomes a virtual hermit as he begins questioning his narrow worldview. Unnerved by the president's behavior -- and to get him back in the limelight -- his chief of staff (Willem Dafoe) books him as a guest judge on the hit talent show "American Dreamz." Cast: Dennis Quaid, Mandy Moore, Chris Klein, Hugh Grant --PG-13--  For brief strong language and some sexual references  For Your Eyes Only  (1981)  This entry in the überpopular film franchise finds the indomitable James Bond tasked with recovering a top-secret device capable of directing ballistic missiles from nuclear submarines -- before the Soviets get their hands on it.  Cast:  Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Topol, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Julian Glover, Cassandra Harris, Jill Bennett, Michael Gothard, John Wyman, Jack Hedley, Lois Maxwell, Desmond Llewelyn. --PG-13--
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004) The Blood Orchid is a rare flower found only in Borneo, and legend has it that anyone who can find it and keep it is sure to stay alive much longer than is presently possible. Eager to determine what gives the plant its power, a team of scientists, led by the steely Cole Burris (Eugene Byrd), set out for the jungle. But what they don't know is that the Blood Orchid is protected by anacondas made even stronger and deadlier by the mysterious plant. Cast: Nicholas Hope, Peter Curtin, Johnny Messner, Kadee Strickland. --PG-13-- For action violence, scary images and some language.  Moonraker  (1979)  Agent 007 blasts into orbit in this action-packed adventure that takes him to not only Venice, Italy, and Rio de Janeiro but to outer space as he investigates the hijacking of an American space shuttle by a power-mad industrialist.  Cast: Roger Moore, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Richard Kiel, Corinne Clery, Bernard Lee, Geoffrey Keen, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell. -PG-13--
Annapolis (2006) After dreaming about it for years, a blue-collar kid trained in the school of hard knocks (James Franco) is accepted at the U.S. Naval Academy, only to find that life in Annapolis is a pressure cooker. To prove himself in this cutthroat world, the struggling freshman enters a fiercely competitive boxing contest -- but does he have what it takes to make it? Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster and Donnie Wahlberg co-star in this military drama. Cast:,James Franco, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Donnie Wahlberg, Vicellous Reon Shannon. --PG-13--  For some violence, sexual content and language. The Spy Who Loved Me  (1977)  In this rousing 007 adventure, sly spy James Bond teams with a shapely Russian agent to foil a millionaire industrialist who plans to rule an underwater empire -- by wiping out the surface world. Steel-toothed thug "Jaws" makes his first appearance.  Cast:   Roger Moore, Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens, Richard Kiel, Caroline Munro, Walter Gotell, Geoffrey Keen, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn. --PG-13--
Annie (1982)  Based on the Depression-era comic strip "Little Orphan Annie," this adaptation of the smash Broadway musical follows America's favorite urchin (Aileen Quinn) as she captures Daddy Warbucks' (Albert Finney) heart with her unquenchable optimism -- and dodges the treacherous orphanage matron (Carol Burnett). Directed by John Huston, Annie features the hit song "Tomorrow."  Cast: Aileen Quinn,  Albert Finney, Carol Burnett, Ann Reinking. --PG-- The Man with the Golden Gun  (1974)  With his sights set squarely on James Bond, the world's deadliest assassin -- Francisco Scaramanga -- isn't playing by anyone's rules as their cat-and-mouse game of death takes the two from the Far East to Scaramanga's island lair.  Cast: Roger Moore, Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland, Maud Adams, Hervé Villechaize, Clifton James, Richard Loo, Soon-Tek Oh, Marc Lawrence, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn. --PG-13--
Annie Hall (1977)  Listen closely and you can actually hear the stress hormones pumping through the bodies of the characters in Annie Hall. Woody Allen's real, funny ode to love among twitchy city dwellers scooped up Oscars for Best Picture, Best Direction, Best Actress (Diane Keaton) and Best Screenplay. And don't miss cameos of not-yet-stars Jeff Goldblum, Shelley Duvall and Sigourney Weaver. Cast: Christopher Walken, Woody Allen, Carol Kane, Colleen Dewhurst, Shelley Duvall, Diane Keaton, Janet Margolin, Jeff Goldblum. --PG--  Live and Let Die  (1973)  Roger Moore debuts as suave secret agent James Bond, who's sent to the United States to go after a master criminal scheming to take over the country by turning the populace into heroin junkies. Paul McCartney provides the Oscar-nominated title tune.  Cast: Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, Jane Seymour, Clifton James, Julius Harris, Geoffrey Holder, David Hedison, Gloria Hendry, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell. --PG-13--
Are We Alone in the Universe? (2003) Based on the book "Genesis Revisited" by Zecharia Sitchin, this video follows the search for additional intelligent life in the universe. Using ancient Sumerian and Mesopotamian texts, researchers have been able to find clues and vivid descriptions of monolithic planetary events that occurred millions of years in the past, descriptions which also hint at the existence of another planet, known as Nibiru! Did our ancestors migrate to Earth from there? Documentry --PG-13-- Diamonds Are Forever  (1971)  When he discovers that his archenemy is stockpiling the world's supply of diamonds for use in a deadly laser satellite, secret agent James Bond sets out to thwart the madman help from beautiful smuggler Tiffany Case.  Cast: Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean, Bruce Cabot, Putter Smith, Bruce Glover, Norman Burton, Joseph Fürst, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Leonard Barr, Lois Maxwell. --PG-13--
Astronaut Farmer, The (2006)  To save his failing family farm, a NASA astronaut in training (Billy Bob Thornton) must shelve his dreams of intergalactic travel -- until he decides to build a homegrown rocket in his barn. Enduring the jeers of the local townspeople and the government's efforts to bring his grassroots space program to a screeching halt, he keeps his eyes on the skies, determined to realize his ambition of orbiting the Earth. Bruce Willis, Bruce Dern, Tim Blake Nelson, Matthew Kimbrough, Virginia Madsen co-star. --PG-- For thematic material, peril and language. On Her Majesty's Secret Service  (1969)  George Lazenby takes over the role of 007 as James Bond tracks archnemesis Ernst Blofeld to a Swiss mountaintop retreat, where he's brainwashing a bevy of beautiful women to do his bidding. Along the way, Bond falls for an Italian contessa.  Cast: George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Ilse Steppat, Angela Scoular, Lois Maxwell, Catherine Schell, George Baker, Bernard Lee, Bernard Horsfall, Desmond Llewelyn, Yuri Borionko, Virginia North. --PG-13--
Avatar (2009) Disabled Marine Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) travels to planet Pandora to become an avatar, ingratiate himself with the natives and help Americans mine lucrative unobtainium. But he finds himself in an interstellar conflict after falling for Na'vi warrior Neytiri (Zoe Saldana). James Cameron writes and directs this Golden Globe-winning CGI odyssey that has broken box office records. Sigourney Weaver and Stephen Lang co-star.  PG Intense epic battle sequences and warfare, sensuality, language and some smoking. You Only Live Twice  (1967)  After American and Soviet spaceships disappear, the two countries trade blame for the incidents -- and as the nations edge toward war, James Bond is tasked with getting to the bottom of another international mystery.  Cast: Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Tetsurô Tanba, Teru Shimada, Karin Dor, Donald Pleasence, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, Desmond Llewelyn, Charles Gray. --PG-13--
Avengers, The  2012 An all-star lineup of superheroes -- including Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk and Captain America -- team up to save the world from certain doom. Working under the authority of S.H.I.E.L.D., can our heroes keep the planet at peace?  Cast:  Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg, Cobie Smulders, Stellan Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Bettany. --PG-13 -- Intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, and a mild drug reference. Thunderball  (1965)  With his sights set on a blackmail payday of global proportions, terrorist mastermind Emilio Largo hijacks two nuclear weapons -- and only James Bond can stop him in this 007 classic featuring Oscar-winning special effects.  Cast: Sean Connery, Claudine Auger, Adolfo Celi, Luciana Paluzzi, Rik Van Nutter, Guy Doleman, Molly Peters, Martine Beswick, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell. --PG-13--
Aviator, The  (2004)  Martin Scorsese directs this Best Picture nominee about Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio), who turned a small fortune into a massive one by producing such classics as Hell's Angels, The Front Page, Flying Leathernecks and Scarface. He simultaneously branched into and transformed industry after industry, including aviation. Winner of five Oscars, including Best Cinematography, Art Direction and Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett).  --  Cast:  Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett, Kate Beckinsale, John C. Reilly, Alec Baldwin, Alan Alda, Ian Holm, Danny Huston, Gwen Stefani, Jude Law, Adam Scott. -- PG-13 For thematic elements, sexual content, nudity, language and a crash sequence. Goldfinger  (1964)  The third installment in the 007 series -- which racked up an Oscar for Best Sound Effects -- finds uberspy James Bond trying to thwart baddie Auric Goldfinger and his elaborate gambit to corner the gold market by contaminating Fort Knox.  Cast: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gert Fröbe, Shirley Eaton, Tania Mallet, Harold Sakata, Bernard Lee, Martin Benson, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell. --PG-13--
Awakenings (1990)  Based on the true story of medical researcher Dr. Malcolm Sayer (Robin Williams), who attempts to treat a group of patients who've laid comatose in a Bronx hospital for 30 years. Sayer prescribes an experimental drug, and it works. Robert De Niro co-stars as a patient unconscious since adolescence who must come to terms with life as an adult.  -- Cast:  Robert De Niro, Robin Williams, Julie Kavner, Ruth Nelson, John Heard, Penelope Ann Miller, Max von Sydow. -- PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned.  From Russia with Love  (1963)  James Bond is back -- and so are the bullets, beauties and bad guys. You'll be shaken and stirred by Sean Connery's second outing as 007, which finds him paying the price for his previous adventure when SPECTRE seeks revenge for Dr. No's death.  Cast: Sean Connery, Daniela Bianchi, Pedro Armendáriz, Lotte Lenya, Robert Shaw, Bernard Lee, Eunice Gayson, Walter Gotell, Francis De Wolff, Lois Maxwell. --PG--
Bachelor, The  (1999)  Jimmie Shannon (Chris O'Donnell) stands to inherit a fortune on condition that he's hitched by his 30th birthday -- which happens to be in 27 hours. Having tactlessly popped the question to his girlfriend (Renée Zellweger) and been flatly refused, the desperate Jimmie has to find a missus fast. But every woman rejects him until his buddy Marco (Artie Lange) places a newspaper ad … and the tactic works a little too well. Cast:  Chris O'Donnell, Renee Zellweger, Edward Asner, Brooke Shields, Mariah Carey, James Cromwell, Hal Holbrook, Artie Lange. --  PG-13 For language. Dr. No  (1962)  Sent to locate a colleague who's vanished in Jamaica, debonair Agent 007 -- in the first of the James Bond films -- finds villainous scientist Dr. No plotting to derail the U.S. space program and take over the world.  Cast: Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman, Jack Lord, Bernard Lee, Anthony Dawson, Zena Marshall, John Kitzmiller, Eunice Gayson, Lois Maxwell. --PG--
Bagger Vance, The Legend of (2000) World War I has left golfer Rannulph Junuh (Matt Damon) a poker-playing alcoholic, his perfect swing gone. Now, however, he needs to get it back to play in a tournament to save the financially ravaged golf course of a long-ago sweetheart (Charlize Theron). Help arrives in the form of mysterious caddy Bagger Vance (Will Smith). Director Robert Redford's adaptation of Steven Pressfield's novel includes Jack Lemmon's unbilled final performance. Cast:  Will Smith, Matt Damon, Charlize Theron, Bruce McGill, Joel Gretsch, Jack Lemmon, J. Michael Moncrief, Lane Smith. -- PG-13 For some sexual content.
Bandits (2001)  Bank robbers Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton battle over the affections of a woman (Cate Blanchett) they kidnap before one of their big heists. Adding insult to injury, they then force a TV show host to cover their 15 minutes of fame while they go on a bank-robbing spree -- Blanchett in tow -- and gain notoriety as "The Sleepover Bandits."  --  Cast:  Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Cate Blanchett, Troy Garity, January Jones, Rocky LaRochelle, Jaye K. Danford. -- PG-13 For some sexual content, language and violence.
Batman (1989)  In Tim Burton's hands, this comic book character taps into his brooding side, and Gotham's underbelly writhes in its vices. Bruce Wayne (Michael Keaton) starts to make a name for himself as a masked enemy to the criminal set just when the flamboyant Joker (Jack Nicholson) takes over as tops in the mafia. Adding the art-house hues to a big-budget formula meant major success at the box office, an Oscar for Art Direction and a line of sequels. Cast: Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Kim Basinger, Robert Wuhl. --PG-13--
Batman Begins (2005)  After training with a ninja (Ken Watanabe) in Asia following his parents' brutal murder, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) returns to Gotham City and finds it overrun with crime and corruption. Discovering a cave under Wayne Manor, Bruce assumes a new identity and wages a one-man war against the criminals that plague the city. Katie Holmes, Liam Neeson, Gary Oldman, Tom Wilkinson and Morgan Freeman co-star. Christopher Nolan directs. Cast:  Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson, Morgan Freeman, Gary Oldman, Ken Watanabe, Katie Holmes, Cillian Murphy, Tom Wilkinson, Rutger Hauer. -- PG-13 For intense action violence, disturbing images and some thematic elements.
Battle: Los Angeles  (2011)  Led by their skillful staff sergeant, a platoon of gutsy Marines fights to protect all humankind from astonishingly powerful aliens who've suddenly invaded Los Angeles under the guise of a meteor shower.  Cast:  Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Ramon Rodriguez, Bridget Moynahan, Ne-Yo, Michael Peña, Taylor Handley, Cory Hardrict, Lucas Till, Jim Parrack.  -- PG-13 --  Sustained and intense sequences of war violence and destruction, and for language.
Battleship  (2012)   The classic Battleship board game moves to the big screen in this at-sea adventure about defending planet Earth from a mysterious enemy fleet. At the center of the action is a pair of naval officer brothers and their commanding superior.  Cast:  Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgård, Rihanna, Brooklyn Decker, Liam Neeson, Tadanobu Asano, Gregory D. Gadson, Hamish Linklater, Peter MacNicol, Jesse Plemons --PG-13--  Intense sequences of violence, action and destruction, and for language.
Because I Said So (2007) In an effort to prevent family history from repeating itself, meddlesome mom Daphne Wilder (Diane Keaton) attempts to set up her youngest daughter, Milly (Mandy Moore), with Mr. Right. Meanwhile, Daphne's other daughters, Maggie (Lauren Graham) and Mae (Piper Perabo), try to keep their mother's good intentions under control. Tom Everett Scott, Colin Ferguson and Gabriel Macht also star director Michael Lehmann's engaging romantic comedy. --PG-13-- 
Be Cool (2005)  John Travolta reprises the role of Chili Palmer, for which he won over both audiences and critics, in this comedy based on a novel by Elmore Leonard. Having exhausted all avenues in the movie industry and finding it wanting, Chili sets his sights on the music business. His first client is a singer who's on the lam from the Russian mob, and Chili finds himself resorting to his old tactics to fend them off. Costars Uma Thurman and Danny DeVito. Cast:  John Travolta, Uma Thurman, Vince Vaughn, Cedric the Entertainer, Andre 3000, Steven Tyler, Christina Milian, Harvey Keitel, Debi Mazar, Danny DeVito, Paul Adelstein. -- PG-13 For violence, sensuality, and language including sexual references.
Beaches (1988)  Cecilia (Bette Midler) and Hillary (Barbara Hershey) have a lifelong friendship that time and physical distance can't touch. Although Hillary is an unprepossessing W.A.S.P and Cecilia's an aspiring Jewish nightclub singer, what began as an improbable friendship on the Atlantic City boardwalk becomes an unbreakable bond that's tested repeatedly -- especially when the chips are down and Hershey faces the ultimate battle. Cast:  Bette Midler, Barbara Hershey, John Heard, Spalding Gray, Lainie Kazan, James Read, Mayim Bialik, Marcie Leeds. -- PG-13 --
Beautiful Mind, A   (2001)  John Forbes Nash Jr. (Russell Crowe) was a brilliant economist -- when his mind was clear. But life changed forever with the revelation that he was a schizophrenic. Nash's brilliance persisted amidst the anguish his mental illness caused for him and his wife (Jennifer Connolly), and 40 years after his diagnosis, he won the Nobel Prize for economics. Connolly's acting and Ron Howard's direction won Oscars, and the film was named Best Picture. Cast:  Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Paul Bettany, Adam Goldberg, Judd Hirsch, Clint Howard, Josh Lucas, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Rapp. -- PG-13 For Intense thematic material, sexual content and a scene of violence.
Bedazzled (2000)  Nerdy computer programmer Elliot Richards (Brendan Fraser) learns the devil is in the details when he makes a pact with Beelzebub (a sexy Elizabeth Hurley), who grants Elliot seven wishes in exchange for his soul. Trouble is, old scratch throws a curve ball into all of Elliot's "happily ever afters." A funny remake of the 1967 original starring Dudley Moore. Cast:  Brendan Fraser, Elizabeth Hurley, Frances O'Connor, Orlando Jones, Gabriel Casseus, Julian Firth. -- PG-13 For sex-related humor, language and some drug content.
Baby Take a Bow  (1934)  In her first starring role, curly-topped moppet Shirley Temple plays an ex-con's daughter who sets out to clear her daddy's name in this touching tale. Trying to stay on the straight and narrow, sunny Shirley's father, Eddie (James Dunn), gets a chauffeur job. But when a necklace disappears, Eddie and his pal (Ray Walker) are immediately suspected. It's up to little Shirley to find the jewels and prove her pop's innocence.  Cast: Shirley Temple, James Dunn, Claire Trevor, Alan Dinehart, Ray Walker, Dorothy Libaire, Ralf Harolde, James Flavin, Richard Tucker, Olive Tell.  --PG--  A frightening scene
Bee Season (2005)  Competing for the approval of her parents -- a professor of Jewish mysticism (Richard Gere) and a dedicated scientist (Juliette Binoche) -- 11-year-old Eliza Naumann (Flora Cross) is used to appearing ordinary. But winning the school spelling bee could be her chance to make an impression -- and convince her father that she's destined for greatness. Kate Bosworth co-stars in this coming-of-age drama based on the novel by Myla Goldberg. --PG-13--
Beetlejuice (1988)  Thanks to an untimely demise, a young couple (Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis) ends up as poltergeists in their New England farmhouse, where they fail to meet the challenge of scaring away the insufferable new owners. In desperation, the undead newlyweds turn to an expert frightmeister named Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) -- who has a diabolical agenda behind his scheme to help them. The movie snagged an Oscar for Best Makeup. -- Cast:  Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Winona Ryder, Michael Keaton, Catherine O'Hara, Jeffrey Jones, Annie McEnroe, Hugo Stanger, Rachel Mittelman, Glenn Shadix, Sylvia Sidney, Robert Goulet, Dick Cavett -- PG Parental guidance suggested.
Behind Enemy Lines (2001)  While flying a routine reconnaissance mission over Bosnia, fighter pilot Chris Burnett (Owen Wilson) photographs something he wasn't supposed to see and gets shot down. Trapped behind enemy lines, Burnett must outrun a ruthless secret police officer, a deadly tracker and countless hostile troops. With time running out, his commanding officer (Gene Hackman) decides to risk his career and launch a renegade rescue mission to save Burnett's life. Cast:  Owen Wilson, Gene Hackman, Joaquim de Almeida, David Keith, Olek Krupa, Eyal Podell, Elizabeth P. Perry, Gabriel Macht, Vladimir Mashkov, Charles Malik Whitfield.  -- PG-13 For war violence and some language.
Benjamin Button, The Curious Case of  2008 David Fincher directs this Oscar-nominated tale of Benjamin Button (Brad Pitt) -- a man who was born old and wrinkled but grows younger as the years go by -- with a screenplay adapted from a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The plot throws linear conventions upside down to explore love, loss and memory from the perspective of a character living under incredibly unique -- and unexpectedly difficult -- circumstances. Cate Blanchett co-stars.  --PG--  Brief war violence, sexual content, language and smoking.
Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, The (2011)To make the most of their meager retirement savings, a group of British seniors moves to India to live out their golden years at the Marigold Hotel. But upon arrival, they discover the once-lavish resort has wilted considerably.  Cast: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Bill Nighy, Penelope Wilton, Tom Wilkinson, Celia Imrie, Ronald Pickup, Dev Patel, Tena Desae, Sid Makkar. -- PG-13 --  Sexual content and language.
Beyond the Sea (2004)  Kevin Spacey directs and stars in this film biography of singer Bobby Darin, a hipster in the Frank Sinatra mold and singer of pop hits such as "Splish Splash" and the titular tune. Darin eventually moved on to performing jazz standards that culminated in his signature gigantic hit, "Mack the Knife." Kate Bosworth plays Darin's wife, the movie star Sandra Dee. John Goodman, Bob Hoskins and Brenda Blethyn co-star. Cast:  Kevin Spacey, Kate Bosworth, John Goodman, Bob Hoskins, Brenda Blethyn, Greta Scacchi, Caroline Aaron, Peter Cincotti, Michael Byrne, Matt Rippy.  --  PG-13 For some strong language and a scene of sensuality.
Bible Collection, The: Jacob (1994) In this inspiring tale from the biblical book of Genesis, young shepherd Jacob (Matthew Modine) falls in love with and wants to marry pretty Rachel (Lara Flynn Boyle), the daughter of his Uncle Laban (Giancarlo Giannini). Lacking a dowry, Jacob toils seven years as his uncle's indentured servant to win Rachel's hand -- only to have the calculating Laban dupe him into another seven years of labor. Irene Papas portrays Jacob's iron-willed mother.
Big Bounce, The  (2004)  Slacker Jack Ryan (Owen Wilson) never expected the job he took caring for a retired judge (Morgan Freeman) to get complicated. But that it does when he becomes involved with a woman (Sara Foster) who's also sleeping with a corrupt land developer (Gary Sinise). The magnate has plans to build a new property in Hawaii without following all the rules and happens to be an enemy of the judge. Before long, Jack's loyalties are tested to the hilt. -- Cast:  Owen Wilson, Morgan Freeman, Sara Foster, Gary Sinise, Bebe Neuwirth, Harry Dean Stanton, Vinnie Jones, Charlie Sheen. -- PG-13 For sexual content and nudity, violence and language.
Big Fat Liar (2002)  Junior high school students Jason (Frankie Muniz) and Kaylee (Amanda Bynes) are a couple of precocious kids who want to see (screen) credit where credit is due. After a greedy Hollywood producer turns Jason's essay into a hit film -- and leaves Jason's name on the proverbial cutting room floor -- the youngsters travel to Hollywood to twist a few arms for some payback. Tinseltown moral: Don't double-cross teens with driving permits! Cast:  Frankie Muniz, Amanda Bynes, Paul Giamatti, Lawrence Watson, Lindsay Tryctha, Amanda Detmer, Donald Adeosun Faison, Josh Rusin, Lee Majorsy. -- PG For some language.
Big Fish (2003)  William Bloom (Billy Crudup) tries to learn more about his dying father, Edward (Albert Finney), by piecing together the facts out of the various fantastic tales and legends of epic proportions he's been told over the years. Edward was a traveling salesman, and his journeys throughout the South are the seed of the tales. Directed by Tim Burton, the movie co-stars Ewan McGregor (as the young Edward), Helena Bonham-Carter and Steve Buscemi.  Cast:  Ewan McGregor, Albert Finney, Billy Crudup, Jessica Lange, Alison Lohman, Helena Bonham Carter, Steve Buscemi, Danny DeVito, Robert Guillaume. -- PG-13 For a fight scene, some images of nudity and a suggestive reference
Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991) In director Peter Hewitt's comedic sequel, Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves), with guidance from Rufus (George Carlin), must win the Battle of the Bands to save the future -- and heavy metal. This time, the slackers' enemy is the dastardly De Nomolos (Joss Ackland), a tyrant from the distant future. Killed by their evil cyborg doubles, Bill and Ted must journey to hell and back in order to win the contest and, of course, the babes. Cast: Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, George Carlin, Joss Ackland, William Sadler.  --PG-- 
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989)  Whoa, dudes! San Dimas, Calif., high school underachievers Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) face flunking out if they don't ace a year-end history presentation. Using a time machine, they transport themselves back a few millennia and enlist the help of Genghis Khan, Abraham Lincoln, Billy the Kid and Socrates (among others). They even manage to bag a couple of medieval babes. Talk about a funky show-and-tell! Cast:  Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, George Carlin, Bernie Casey, Terry Camilleri, Clifford David. --PG--
Birds, The (1963)  Chic socialite Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren) enjoys a passing flirtation with eligible attorney Mitch Brenner (Rod Taylor) in a San Francisco pet shop and on an impulse follows him to his hometown of Bodega Bay bearing a gift of lovebirds. But shortly after Melanie hits town, the bird population starts to run amok -- inexplicably attacking people -- and before you can say feathered fiends, the townsfolk face a massive avian onslaught. Cast: Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy. --PG-13--
Blue Jasmine  (2013)  The high life leads to high anxiety for a fashionable New York City homemaker in crisis who finds herself forced to live a more modest lifestyle in San Francisco. Woody Allen directs an ensemble cast that includes Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin.  Cast:  Alec Baldwin, Cate Blanchett, Louis C.K., Bobby Cannavale, Andrew Dice Clay, Sally Hawkins, Peter Sarsgaard, Michael Stuhlbarg, Tammy Blanchard, Max Casella, Alden Ehrenreich.  --PG-13--  Some suggestive content and innuendo.
Bourne Identity, The  (2002)  A man (Matt Damon) washes up on an island in the Mediterranean Sea, suffering from gunshot wounds and amnesia. He soon realizes he's being hunted down by assassins and that he's very good at killing them before they get him … but the question of his identity perplexes him as he fights to stay alive. Franka Potente co-stars in this action thriller based on Robert Ludlum's novel.   Cast:  Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Clive Owen, Chris Cooper, Brian Cox, Julia Stiles, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Gabriel Mann, Orso Maria Guerrini. -- PG-13 For violence and some language.
Bourne Supremacy, The   (2004) When a CIA sting in Berlin turns murderously wrong, everyone suspects it's the handiwork of Jason Bourne (Matt Damon). As the CIA hunts for their lost ex-killer Bourne, Bourne himself is pursued by a ruthless cartel bent on framing him up -- and leaving him dead. Franka Potente returns as Marie Helena Kreutz alongside Joan Allen as Agent Helen Landy.  Cast:  Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Joan Allen, Julia Stiles, Tomas Arana. -- PG-13 For violence and intense action, and for brief language.
Bourne Legacy, The  (2012)  Following the Jason Bourne debacle, the CIA finds itself dealing with a familiar threat when another estranged operative surfaces. Jeremy Renner stars alongside Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz and Joan Allen.  Cast: Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton, Albert Finney, Joan Allen, Scott Glenn, Stacy Keach, Oscar Isaac.  --PG-13--  Violence and intense action sequences.
Breach (2007)  Soon after landing a plum job working for FBI operative Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper), Eric O'Neill (Ryan Phillippe) realizes he's been brought in to spy on his boss, who's suspected of selling secrets to the Soviets. But can O'Neill handle such an important assignment with so little field experience, or will Hanssen get to him first? Laura Linney and Dennis Haysbert also star in director Billy Ray's high-stakes thriller based on a true story. --PG-13-- For violence, sexual content, and language.
Breakdown  (1997)  When his SUV breaks down on a remote Southwestern road, Jeff Taylor (Kurt Russell) lets his wife, Amy (Kathleen Quinlan), hitch a ride with a trucker (J.T. Walsh) to get help. When she doesn't return, Jeff fixes his SUV and tracks down the trucker -- who tells the police he's never seen Amy. Johnathan Mostow's tense thriller then follows Jeff's desperate search for his wife, which eventually uncovers a small town's murderous secret.  Cast:  Kurt Russell, Kathleen Quinlan, J.T. Walsh, M.C. Gainey, Jack Noseworthy, Rex Linn, Ritch Brinkley, Moira Harris, Kim Robillard, Thomas Kopache, Jack McGee, Vincent Berry.  -- R -- Strong violence/terror and language.
Break-Up (2006)  Once blissfully in love, Gary (Vince Vaughn) and Brooke (Jennifer Aniston) find themselves up in arms over custody of their upscale Chicago condo when petty spats about lemons and dirty dishes end their romance. An escalating battle of the exes ensues as Gary and Brooke continue to live under the same roof … while cooking up schemes to drive each other off the premises. Judy Davis delivers a wickedly funny performance as Brooke's diva boss. Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman, Vincent D'Onofrio --Pg-13-- For sexual content, some nudity and language.
Bridge of San Luis Rey, The (2005)  Mary McGuckian directs this complex drama based on a novel by Thornton Wilder. When an elaborate rope bridge collapses on July 20, 1714, five strangers share a horrible fate. But is it possible their deaths could have been connected? As a Peruvian priest tries to divine a definite answer, we learn the victims' personal stories through flashback. Robert De Niro, Gabriel Byrne, Harvey Keitel, Kathy Bates and F. Murray Abraham star. Cast: F. Murray Abraham, Kathy Bates, Gabriel Byrne, Geraldine Chaplin.  --PG--  For thematic elements, some disturbing images and some sensuality.
Bring It On (2000)  Torrance Shipman (Kirsten Dunst) is an ideal high school girl: She's captain of her school's decorated cheerleading squad and has a perfect college boyfriend. But pressure mounts as Torrance attempts to lead her crew to its sixth consecutive national title. She's determined to let nothing -- not family, schoolwork, boyfriend or a talented inner-city squad with a score to settle -- get in the way of winning. Cast:  Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Bradford, Nathan West, Eliza Dushku, Gabrielle Union. -- PG-13 For sex-related material and language.
Brothers Grimm, The (2005) Terry Gilliam's adventure tale centers on brothers Jake (Heath Ledger) and Will Grimm (Matt Damon), who travel from village to village posing as exterminators of mystical, magical and enchanted creatures. But their reputations are on the line when French ruler Napoleon orders the brothers to investigate the mysterious disappearances of young girls. The brothers head into a haunted forest where true evil awaits. … Jonathan Pryce co-stars. Cast:  Petr Ratimec, Barbara Lukesova, Anna Rust, Jeremy Robson, Matt Damon, Heath Ledger. - PG13 - For violence, frightening sequences and brief suggestive material.
Bruce Almighty (2003)  Bruce Nolan (Jim Carrey) toils as a "human interest" television reporter in Buffalo, N.Y. Despite his high ratings and the love of his beautiful girlfriend, Grace (Jennifer Aniston), Bruce remains unfulfilled. At the end of the worst day in his life, he angrily ridicules God -- and the Almighty (Morgan Freeman) responds, endowing Bruce with all of His divine powers. Question is, can Bruce improve on perfection? Cast:  Jim Carrey, Morgan Freeman, Jennifer Aniston, Philip Baker Hallt.  --PG-13-- For language, sexual content and some crude humor.
Butler, The -- Lee Daniels'   (2013)  Oscar-winner Forest Whitaker delivers a powerful performance as Cecil Gaines, who served as the White House butler under eight presidents. His three decades of service unfold against a backdrop of unparalleled change in American history.  Cast: Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey, John Cusack, Jane Fonda, Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard, Lenny Kravitz, James Marsden, David Oyelowo, Vanessa Redgrave, Alan Rickman, Liev Schreiber, Robin Williams, Clarence Williams III.  --PG-13--  Some violence and disturbing image, language, sexual material, thematic elements and smoking.
Calendar Girls (2003)  The members of the Rylstone Women's Institute of North Yorkshire are resilient, resourceful and refined. They're also about to shock the residents of this little English town. When one of their own discovers her husband has cancer and needs treatment, the group decides to put out their yearly calendar to raise money for the local cancer center. But instead of the usual Yorkshire dales, they'll be gracing the pages in the nude. Cast: Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, Penelope Wilton, Linda Bassett. --PG-13--  For nudity, some language and drug-related material.
Cape of Good Hope (2005) Mark Bamford's thought-provoking comedy explores the ever-present friction between class, race and faith in modern-day South Africa, tracing the intersection of multiple lives. Although her tiny animal shelter is open to all creatures great and small, Kate (Debbie Brown) still can't seem to open her heart to romance. Meanwhile, her employees and clientele (including Eriq Ebouaney, Nthati Moshesh and Morne Visser) are in need of rescue themselves. Cast: Debbie Brown, Eriq Ebouaney, Nthati Moshesh, Morne Visser. --PG-13-- For mature situations including some violence, sexual content and brief strong language.
Captain Phillips  (2013)  In this exciting adventure based on true events that made international headlines, Tom Hanks portrays Capt. Richard Phillips, who is taken hostage by Somali pirates after they hijack his cargo ship, and the U.S. Navy's efforts to rescue him.  Cast: Tom Hanks, Barkhad Abdi, Barkhad Abdirahman, Faysal Ahmed, Mahat M. Ali, Michael Chernus, Corey Johnson, Max Martini, Chris Mulkey, David Warshofsky, Yul Vazquez, Catherine Keener.  --PG-13--  Sustained intense sequences of menace, some violence with bloody images, and for substance use.
Carolina (2004) In this romantic comedy featuring Shirley MacLaine as a wacky grandma, Southern girl Carolina (Julia Stiles) envisions an entirely different existence for herself, far from the maddening mix that is her family. So, she leaves home for California, where she hopes she'll find some tranquility. But her efforts are soon wasted when she finds herself torn between two men. Who will win her heart? Cast: Julia Stiles, Alessandro Nivola, Shirley MacLaine, Mika Boorem --PG-13-- For sexual content.
Cars (2006)  Prepare to peel out with this revved-up animated adventure featuring classic automobiles, plenty of fender benders, guffaws galore and a Route 66 road trip with a crew that doesn't make pit stops. Who could ask for anything more? The star-studded voice cast includes Paul Newman, Owen Wilson, Bonnie Hunt, Katherine Helmond, Cheech Marin, John Ratzenberger, racing legend Richard Petty and sportscaster Bob Costas. Cast: Owen Wilson, Paul Newman, Bonnie Hunt, Cheech Marin, John Ratzenberger, Katherine Helmond, Larry the Cable Guy, Bob Costas, 
Ray Magliozzi, Richard Petty  --G--
Casablanca (1942) Of all the "gin joints" in Morocco, Ilsa (Ingrid Bergman), with husband Victor (Paul Henreid) in tow, had to walk into the one owned by Rick (Humphrey Bogart), a former beau she abandoned in Paris. War looms over them all, and in a much-discussed ending, Rick and Ilsa make heroic but heartbreaking choices. As time goes by, director Michael Curtiz's 1942 classic war noir only gets better. Peter Lorre and Claude Rains also star. Cast: Humphrey Bogart,Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre  --PG--
Casino Royale (2006) Martin Campbell (GoldenEye) directs this film adaptation (the 21st of the Bond franchise) of Ian Fleming's first novel. Daniel Craig debuts as the new Bond who takes on a corrupt financier (Mads Mikkelsen) in a showdown of Texas Hold 'Em. You'll learn Bond's back story as the action-packed film takes you to the Bahamas, Madagascar and other exotic locales. Eva Green stars as Vesper Lynd, and the sublime Judi Dench reprises her role as M.  Co-Staring - Jeffrey Wright, Mads Mikkelsen, Giancarlo Giannini -- PG-13--
Cast Away (2000)  Move over, Gilligan: You have company! After Federal Express systems engineer Chuck Noland's (Tom Hanks) plane crashes in the Pacific Ocean, he finds himself fighting to survive on a deserted island with nothing but a painted volleyball for company. An acting tour de force for Hanks (who received an Oscar nod), Cast Away is a fascinating abstract about the human spirit's indomitability. Cast:  Tom Hanks, Socar Ball, Helen Hunt, Nick Searcy, Chris Noth, Lari White, Geoffrey Blake, Jenifer Lewis, Nan Martin, Wendy Worthington, Valerie Wildman, Steve Monroe, Elden Henson, Jay Acovone, Christopher Kriesa, Michael Forest, Ashley Edner. -- PG-13 For some intense images and action sequences.
Catch a Fire (2006) Apolitical until the apartheid-era South African government brutalizes him and his wife, Secunda Oil Refinery worker Patrick Chamusso (Derek Luke) turns terrorist in this fact-based thriller helmed by Phillip Noyce. Changed by his experience, Chamusso casts his lot with the outlawed African National Congress and volunteers to be a one-man wrecking crew against his ex-employer. Tim Robbins plays the white cop tasked with capturing Chamusso. Cast: Derek Luke, Tim Robbins, Robert Hobbs, Bonnie Mbuli --PG-13--  For thematic material involving torture and abuse, violence and brief language 
Catch Me If You Can (2002)  Frank W. Abagnale Jr. was a true Renaissance man -- working as a doctor, a lawyer and a pilot for a major American airline all before he turned 18. In Catch Me if You Can, Leonardo DiCaprio plays the cunning Abagnale, a con artist so skilled at forgery that he managed to steal millions of dollars. Tom Hanks is Carl Hanratty, an FBI agent hot on Abagnale's trail in this fact-based crime film directed and produced by Steven Spielberg. Cast:  Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Nathalie Baye, Martin Sheen, Amy Adams, Frank John Hughes, Jamie Anderson, Brian Howe, Jennifer Garner, James Brolin, Steve Eastin, Chris Ellis, John Finn, Ellen Pompeo. -- PG-13 For some sexual content and brief language.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) Members of an avaricious Southern clan scramble to curry favor with their dying, wealthy patriarch (Burl Ives) in this adaptation of playwright Tennessee Williams' sizzling drama. Paul Newman stars as alcoholic ex-football star Brick Pollitt, whose self-pity and drunken malice jeopardize not only his inheritance, but also his marriage to the seductive Maggie (Elizabeth Taylor). Nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Cast: Jack Carson, Vaughn Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Madeleine Sherwood, Burl Ives, Paul Newman. --PG-13--
Catwoman (2004) Discover how an unassuming woman named Patience Prince becomes the fiendish feline Catwoman (Halle Berry) in this purr-fect adventure movie. As Catwoman, Patience discovers she has the senses, speed, reflexes and perhaps even the nine lives of a cat, opening her to a thrilling and dangerous world where she vacillates between good and evil. Co-stars Sharon Stone, Benjamin Bratt and Frances Conroy. Cast:  Halle Berry, Sharon Stone, Benjamin Bratt, Lambert Wilson, Frances McDormand, Alex Borstein, Peter Wingfield, John Cassini, Frances Conroy, Peter Williams, Aaron Douglas, Michael Daingerfield, Byron Mann, Michael Massee, Samantha Simmonds, Missy Peregrym. -- PG-13 -- For action violence and some sensuality. 
Cave, The (2005) A routine deep-sea dive turns deadly for a group of seasoned cave explorers when the cavern they're surveying collapses, stranding them. But being trapped inside a cave at the bottom of the ocean becomes the least of their worries when they discover that evil creatures occupy the cave. When help finally arrives, the rescuers realize something's gone terribly wrong. Cole Hauser, Morris Chestnut, Eddie Cibrian and Daniel Dae Kim star. Cast: Cole Hauser, Morris Chestnut, Eddie Cibrian, Rick Ravanello --PG-13--  For intense creature violence 
Cellular (2004)  A young man named Ryan (Chris Evans) is driving in his car when his cell phone rings. On the other end of the line is a woman (Kim Basinger) desperate to get someone to help her, her husband and her son. Apparently, all three have been abducted by a madman (Jason Statham), and if Ryan doesn't help quickly, they'll all get killed. But Ryan's cell phone battery is low, and he doesn't know where the helpless family is. What's he supposed to do? Cast:  Kim Basinger, Chris Evans, Jason Statham, Jessica Biel, William H. Macy, Noah Emmerich. -- PG-13 For violence, terror situations, language and some sexual references.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)  Lucky Charlie Bucket's one of five golden-ticket holders treated to a tour of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory in Tim Burton's reimagining. Along with the other four (rather naughty) contest winners, good-hearted Charlie (Freddie Highmore) visits the factory and encounters Oompa Loompas, eats wonderful candy creations and meets the fascinating Wonka (Johnny Depp) himself. From the time he enters the factory, Charlie's life changes forever.   Cast:  Freddie Highmore, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Christopher Lee, Missi Pyle, Annasophia Robb, James Fox, Julia Winter, David Kelly, Deep Roy, Noah Taylor. -- PG For quirky situations, action and mild language.
Chasing Liberty (2004)   Fed up with being shadowed every moment of every day, Anna Foster (Mandy Moore), the 18-year-old daughter of the President of the United States (Mark Harmon) gives her Secret Service handlers (Jeremy Piven and Annabella Sciorra) the slip. Her plan is to embark on a wild and woolly road trip through Europe with her boyfriend, Ben (Matthew Goode).  Cast:  Mandy Moore, Matthew Goode, Jeremy Piven, Annabella Sciorra, Mark Harmon, Caroline Goodall. -- PG-13 For sexual content and brief nudity.
Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)   In this remake of the 1950 film, the Baker brood moves to Chicago after patriarch Tom (Steve Martin) gets a job coaching football at Northwestern University. His writer wife, Mary (Bonnie Hunt), and the couple's twelve children seem to adjust well, until work demands cause the parents to be home more sparingly, leaving the kids frustrated, bored and increasingly mischievous. Also stars Hilary Duff and Tom Welling (of television's "Smallville"). Cast:  Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Tom Welling, Piper Perabo, Hilary Duff, Ashton Kutcher, Alan Ruck, Alyson Stoner, Kevin Schmidt, Morgan York, Jacob Smith, Forrest Landis, Liliana Mumy, Blake Woodruff.  PG For language and some thematic elements  .
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)  An eccentric inventor, his two children and his lady friend go on a picnic, where they are soon whisked into a magical world of pirates, castles and a flying car. Includes optional sing-along feature. Cast: Dick Van Dyke, Sally Ann Howes, Lionel Jeffries, Gert Frobe, Anna Quayle, Benny Hill. --G--
Christmas Vacation, National Lampoon's  (1989)  Deck the halls with boughs of laughter -- the Griswolds are back! Clark (Chevy Chase), Ellen (Beverly D'Angelo) and the kids (Juliette Lewis and Johnny Galecki) gear up for the holidays in this installment of the "Vacation" series. As per usual, all the good intentions in the world can't save the family from disaster...or Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid, who practically steals the show). This special edition disc includes brand new special features. Cast:  Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid, Juliette Lewis, Johnny Galecki, John Randolph, Diane Ladd, E.G. Marshall, Doris Roberts, Miriam Flynn, Cody Burger, Ellen Hamilton Latzen.  -- PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned. 
Christmas with the Kranks (2004)  A break from the frenetic activity that surrounds Christmas is what Luther and Nora Krank (Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis) have in mind when they decide that, for once, they'll skip the holiday. They'll nix the tree, all the ornaments and their rooftop Frosty, and forgo the chore of hosting their annual Christmas Eve bash. That's the plan, anyway. Question is, can they deal with the fallout from crestfallen neighbors and even their own family?  Cast:  Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Julie Gonzalo, Dan Aykroyd, Raymond Braun, Billy Asher, Andrew Daly, David Hornsby, Elizabeth Franz . -- PG 
Chronicles of Narnia, The: The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (2005)  Based on C.S. Lewis's classic novel, this enchanting tale follows four London children who are sent away to a country home for safety during World War II. There, they discover a magical wardrobe that leads them to the mystical land of Narnia, ruled by an evil witch. The children join the lion Aslan to free Narnia from darkness. Tilda Swinton, Georgie Henley, William Moseley, Skandar Keynes, Anna Popplewell, Rupert Everett and Jim Broadbent star. Cast: Georgie Henley, William Moseley, Skandar Keynes, Anna Popplewell. --PG-- For battle sequences and frightening moments.
Chronicles of Narnia, The: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1988)  C.S. Lewis' magical series comes to life when Lucy, Peter, Susan and Edmund find themselves in the enchanted world of Narnia after wandering into an old wardrobe. In Narnia, the children discover an evil witch who has placed permanent winter over all the land. According to legend, the brave children are to be led by Aslan, the great lion, to destroy the witch and transform Narnia back into a paradise. But the evil witch has plans of her own. ..Cast:  Sophie Wilcox, Jonathan R. Scott, Richard Dempsey, Sophie Cook, Barbara Kellerman, Michael Aldridge, Ailsa Berk, William Todd Jones, Jeffrey S. Perry, Ronald Pickup, Kerry Shale. -- NR Not rated.
Chronicles of Riddick, The (2004)  Where the smash hit sci-fi film Pitch Black leaves off, these Chronicles begin. It's been five years since escaped convict Riddick (Vin Diesel) exited that planet filled with terrifying flying beasties. And now, the man who can see in the dark finds himself caught in the middle of a galactic war waged by Lord Marshal (Colm Feore), the leader of a sect called the Necromongers. Dame Judi Dench and Thandie Newton co-star. Cast: Vin Diesel, Judi Dench, Colm Feore. --PG-13--
Cider House Rules, The  (1999)  Director Lasse Hallström's nostalgic look at the past takes on racism, romance and the difficulty of saying goodbye to those you love. A young man (Tobey Maguire) leaves the orphanage where he was raised to see the world, learning in the process that the real world is wherever you are. John Irving's carefully hewn script and supporting actor Michael Caine won Oscars. Cast:  Tobey Maguire, Charlize Theron, Michael Caine, Delroy Lindo, Paul Rudd. -- PG-13 For mature thematic elements, sexuality, nudity, substance abuse and some violence.
Cinderella Man (2005) Russell Crowe stars as pugilist Jim Braddock in this riveting biopic created by the Academy Award-winning team of producer Brian Grazer, director Ron Howard and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman. Braddock, who garnered boxing glory when he defeated champion Max Baer in a winner-takes-all bout, arrived on the scene during the Great Depression (a time when Americans were woefully in need of a hero) and rose to the occasion with a vengeance. Cast: Russell Crowe, Renee Zellweger, Connor Price, Paul Giamatti, Bruce McGill. --PG-13-- For intense boxing violence and some language.  
Cinderella Story, A   (2004)  Average teen Sam Martin (Hilary Duff) lives with her stepmother (Jennifer Coolidge) and stepsisters after her father dies. Her meager social status is overshadowed by that of popular Shelby (Julie Gonzalo), a rather ditzy but very pretty girl. Things change when an intriguing hottie (Chad Michael Murray) finds Sam's cell phone, starting a text and email relationship. When the time comes for them to meet, can Sam win him over face to face? Cast:  Hilary Duff, Chad Michael Murray, Brenda Song, Brad Bufanda, Dan Byrd, Madeline Zima, Julie Gonzalo. -- PG For mild language and innuendo.
City of Angels (1998)  Who can resist Meg Ryan's charms? Neither man nor angel, including virile heavenly host Nicolas Cage. Ryan plays a heart surgeon who loses a patient as ethereal guardian Seth (Cage) looks on. He's so smitten with Ryan that he decides to turn in his wings for life as a lowly mortal. Based on Wim Wenders' 1988 masterpiece Wings of Desire. Cast:  Nicolas Cage, Meg Ryan, Andre Braugher, Dennis Franz. -- PG-13
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold (1994) It's Mitch Robbins's (Billy Crystal) 40th birthday, and things go from bad to worse when he returns home from the radio station to find his slacker brother Glen (John Lovitz) stretched out on the sofa. But Mitch gets a real birthday present when he discovers the treasure map of Curly (Jack Palance). Together with Mitch's best friend, Phil (Daniel Stern), Mitch and Glen take off to find Curly's hidden cache of gold in the Arizona desert. Cast: Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Jon Lovitz, Jack Palance. --PG13-- For a comic sex scene and off color humor.
Clear and Present Danger (1994) Superspook Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford) gets political when an unconstitutional "war on drugs" -- fought with U.S. soldiers -- goes awry. Ryan uncovers the secret plan just as the troops are abandoned, and he realizes he's being set up to take the fall. Can Ryan save the soldiers, save himself and save the day? Cast: Harrison Ford, Willem Dafoe, Anne Archer, Joaquim de Almeida, James Earl Jones. --PG-13--  For some intense action/violence and language 
Click (2006)  Workaholic architect Michael Newman (Adam Sandler) stumbles on a universal remote control that allows him to pause events in his life or fast-forward through them. But things get really bizarre when the gadget develops a mind of its own and takes control of Michael's viewing choices, causing him to see how much of his family life he's sacrificed for his career. Christopher Walken and Kate Beckinsale co-star in this high-concept comedy.  Cast: Adam Sandler, Kate Beckinsale, Christopher Walken, Allen Covert, Sean Astin, Henry Winkler. --PG-13--  For language, crude and sex-related humor, and some drug references.
Close Encounters: Proof of Alien Contact (2000) This new Documentary on the current state of UFO investigation features 250 amateur video clips, the latest revelations about the Roswell Incident and footage of an "alien implant removal" as well as other recent physical evidence. As a bonus, the disc includes interviews with astronaut Gordon Cooper and sci-fi cinema celebrities Will Smith, Sigourney Weaver, Steven Spielberg and David Duchovny. Cast: Steven Spielberg, Will Smith, Sigourney Weaver, Robert Wise, David Duchovny. --PG-13-- 
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs  (2009)  When inventor Flint Lockwood creates a machine that makes clouds rain food -- enabling the down-and-out citizens of Chewandswallow to feed themselves -- the falling chow reaches gargantuan proportions, and Flint must scramble to avert disaster.  Cast: Bill Hader, Anna Faris, James Caan, Andy Samberg, Bruce Campbell, Mr. T, Bobb'e J. Thompson, Benjamin Bratt, Neil Patrick Harris, Al Roker, Lauren Graham, Will Forte. --PG--
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2  (2013)  Inventor Flint Lockwood is forced to leave his new dream job when he discovers his notorious machine is still running -- and is pumping out mutant food beasts! Now, he must battle creatures including shrimpanzees, tacodiles and jellyfish sandwiches.  Cast: Bill Hader, Anna Faris, James Caan, Andy Samberg, Benjamin Bratt, Neil Patrick Harris, Terry Crews, Kristen Schaal. --PG--
Coach Carter (2005)  Samuel L. Jackson plays the titular, controversial coach, a hardliner who firmly believes that scholarship and a sense of ethics go hand in hand with excellence on the basketball court. A man of his convictions, Coach Carter benches his undefeated team of high schoolers when they turn in poor academic grades (much to the chagrin of the players' parents and many of his fellow teachers). Co-stars Ashanti. Thomas Carter directs. Cast:  Samuel L. Jackson, Rob Brown, Robert Ri'chard, Rick Gonzalez, Nana Gbewonyo, Adrienne Bailon, Dana Davis, Antwon Tanner, Channing Tatum, Ashanti, Texas Battle, Denise Dowse. -- PG-13 For violence, sexual content, language, teen partying and some drug material.
Contact (1997) Jodie Foster stars in this adaptation of Carl Sagan's thoughtful novel about the attempt to reconcile science and religion. After idealistic Dr. Ellie Arroway (Foster) discovers a signal being broadcast from outer space, the race is on to interpret humanity's first contact with extraterrestrial intelligence. Matthew McConaughey co-stars as Father Palmer Joss, Ellie's friend/lover; Robert Zemeckis directs. Cast: Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, Tom Skerritt, James Woods. --PG-- For some intense action, mild language and a scene of sensuality. 
Corpse Bride (2005) Set in 19th-century Europe, Tim Burton's animated tale centers on Victor (voiced by Johnny Depp), a young man who, just as he's about to wed Victoria (Emily Watson), is sucked into the underworld by the Corpse Bride (Helena Bonham-Carter), who desires Victor for herself. Victor is fascinated by the Land of the Dead, but nothing can stop him from trying to return to his true love. Albert Finney and Christopher Lee also lend their voices. Cast: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter. --PG-- For some scary images and action, and brief mild language 
Count of Monte Cristo, The  (2002)  A beautifully photographed rekindling of the classic Alexandre Dumas story. Edmond Dantès's (Jim Caviezel) life and plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes (Dagmara Dominczyk) are shattered when his best friend, Fernand (Guy Pearce), deceives him. After spending 13 miserable years in prison, Dantès escapes with the help of a fellow inmate (Richard Harris), cleverly insinuates himself into the French nobility and plots his revenge. Cast:  Guy Pearce, Jim Caviezel, Henry Cavill, Dagmara Dominczyk, James Frain, Richard Harris, Michael Wincott. -- PG-13 For adventure violence/swordplay and some sensuality.
Cowboy Way, The (1994) In director Gregg Champion's fish-out-of-water action comedy, two modern-day cowboys ride off into an urban no-man's-land to save their friend Nacho (Joaquin Martinez) and his daughter Theresa (Cara Buono) from an uncertain fate. Together, Sonny (Keifer Sutherland) and Pepper (Woody Harrelson) must brave deadly thugs, crowded subways, parties of yuppies, lusty ladies, pricey hotels -- and each other -- if they're ever going to make it out alive. Cast:  Kiefer Sutherland, Woody Harrelson, Dylan McDermott, Ernie Hudson. -- PG-13 --
Croods, The  (2013)  When an earthquake obliterates their cave, an unworldly prehistoric family is forced to journey through unfamiliar terrain in search of a new home. But things for pessimistic dad Grug go from bad to worse when his daughter meets a clever cave boy.  Cast: Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Cloris Leachman, Clark Duke, Chris Sanders, Randy Thom.  --PG--
Crossworlds (1996)  Unbeknownst to average college boy Joe E. Talbott (Josh Charles), he holds the secret to dimensional travel in the form of a crystal pendant left by his father. But when beautiful resistance fighter Laura (Andrea Roth) turns up in Joe's dorm one night, he's drawn into a battle to rescue Earth from intergalactic raiders. Rutger Hauer costars as the soldier of fortune who teams with Joe and Laura to waylay invading warlord Ferris (Stuart Wilson). Cast: Rutger Hauer, Josh Charles, Stuart Wilson, Andrea Roth. --PG-13-- For action violence and brief strong language.
Cry-Baby (1990) Helmed by John Waters -- the king of kitsch -- this campy comedy set in 1950s Baltimore stars Johnny Depp as Wade "Cry-Baby" Walker, a leather-clad street tough who leads a gang dubbed the Drapes. When Wade falls for goody-two-shoes Allison Vernon-Williams (Amy Locane) and steals her from her mossback beau (Stephen Mailer), the romance sparks a battle between rival factions. Troy Donahue, Joey Heatherton and Patty Hearst appear in cameo roles. Cast: Johnny Depp,  Amy Locane, Susan Tyrrell, Polly Bergen, Iggy Pop, Ricki Lake. --PG-13-- 
Cursed (2004)  In Los Angeles, an estranged brother and sister (Christina Ricci and Kevin Foley) must deal with the recent loss of their parents. But heaping more misery into their lives is a life-altering attack, one dark night, by a vicious werewolf. Directors (and horror maestros) Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson incorporate their hip, edgy style and put their unique signature on this classic tale of lupines running amok. A real howl!   Cast:  Christina Ricci, Joshua Jackson, Judy Greer, Skeet Ulrich, Shannon Elizabeth, Lance Bass, Mandy Moore, James Callahan, Eric Ladin, Portia De Rossi, Mya, Daniel Edward Mora, Kristina Anapau, Jesse Eisenberg, Milo Ventimiglia. -- Not Rated.
D3: The Mighty Ducks (1996) The elite private school Eden Hall Academy awards full scholarships to the misfit heroes of the Mighty Ducks hockey team. However, this time around, their hallowed coach, Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez), is replaced by a new coach, Ted Orion (Jeffrey Nordling), and the Ducks must face tough challenges as freshmen in their new rich-kid surroundings. This was the final film of the Mighty Duck series, though an animated TV series followed. Cast: Emilio Estevez, Jeffrey Nordling, David Selby, Heidi Kling. --PG -- For some hockey rough-housing and mild language.
Danny Deckchair (2003)  Loopy Australian truck driver Danny (Rhys Ifans) hatches a novel way to escape his drab life after a fight with his girlfriend: He ties large helium-filled balloons to his deckchair and floats away into the sky. But a violent thunderstorm sends him hurtling out over the Outback, where he lands (as in the Wizard of Oz) in a small town where no one knows him. Meanwhile, the news media is in a frenzy about Danny's fantastic disappearance. Cast: Rhys Ifans, Miranda Otto, Justine Clarke, Rhys Muldoon, Frank Magree --PG-13--  For sex-related situations.
Da Vinci Code, The (2006) Based on Dan Brown's best-seller of the same name, Ron Howard's gripping film stars Tom Hanks as Harvard professor Robert Langdon and Audrey Tatou as cryptographer Sophie Neve, who must untangle a web of deceit when the curator of the Louvre, a member of a secret society and a relative of Neve's, is found murdered in the famed museum's hallowed halls. To crack the case and arrive at the truth, they must look to the works of Leonardo da Vinci. --PG-13-- For disturbing images, violence, some nudity, thematic material, brief drug references and sexual content.  Ian McKellen, Alfred Molina, Jean Reno and Paul Bettany co-star.
Dark Knight, The (2008) In this blockbuster sequel to Batman Begins, the caped crusader (Christian Bale) teams with Lt. James Gordon (Gary Oldman) and District Attorney Harvey Dent (Aaron Eckhart) to continue dismantling Gotham City's criminal organizations. But a psychotic new villain known as the Joker (Heath Ledger, in a Golden Globe- and Oscar-winning role) threatens to undo all their good work. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine also star. --PG-13--  For intense sequences of violence and some menace. 
Day After Tomorrow, The  (2004)  After years of unabated global warming, the greenhouse effect is wreaking havoc all over the globe in the form of catastrophic hurricanes, tornadoes, tidal waves, floods and, most ominously, the beginning of the next Ice Age. Paleoclimatologist Adrian Hall (Dennis Quaid) tries to save the world while also shepherding to safety his son Sam (Jake Gyllenhaal), who was in New York when the city was overwhelmed by the beginnings of the new big freeze.  -- Cast:  Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, Sela Ward, Arjay Smith, Tamlyn Tomita. -- PG-13 For intense situations of peril.
Day the Earth Stood Still, The (2008)  In this updated version of the 1951 classic sci-fi thriller, Keanu Reeves stars as an alien named Klaatu who's sent to Earth to warn the leaders of the world about the consequences of their dangerous ways. Joined by a heavily armed robot companion, Klaatu informs the people of Earth that the constant aggression carried out against one another has raised the ire of an alien species, which is now threatening to exterminate all of mankind. Co-Stars: Jennifer Connelly, Kathy Bates, John Cleese and Aaron Douglas. --PG-13--  For some sci-fi disaster images and violence.
Dear John (2010) A U.S. soldier falls for a Southern but their love is put on hold when terrorist attacks prompt him to reenlist. Now, handwritten letters hold the lovers together in this modern romance based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks.  Cast: Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried, Richard Jenkins, Henry Thomas, D.J. Cotrona, Cullen Moss, Scott Porter, Gavin McCulley, Jose Lucena Jr., Leslea Fisher. -- PG-13 --  Some sensuality and violence.
Death Becomes Her (1992) Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep run wild in this hilarious comedy that mixes rapier wit with cutting-edge special effects. Insufferably vain, Hawn and Streep discover the secret of eternal youth -- and find that it has more than a few unadvertised drawbacks. With Bruce Willis as a nerdy plastic surgeon, the two Hollywood divas live it up and die ugly. Cast: Goldie Hawn, Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis, Isabella Rossellini.  --PG-13--
Defending Your Life (1991)  After Daniel Miller (Albert Brooks) crashes his BMW convertible into a bus, he's transported to "Judgment City," where he meets the love of his life, Julia (Meryl Streep). Unfortunately, Daniel needs to defend his life on Earth before he can ascend to heaven with Julia. He frantically attempts to explain the positive things he's accomplished, but soon realizes that Julia may be too good for him. James Eckhouse, Gary Beach, Julie Cobb, Peter Schuck, Time Winters, Rip Torn. ---PG--
Deja Vu (2006)  Déjà vu -- that powerful but fleeting sense that you've been here, or met someone, before. ATF agent Doug Carlin (Denzel Washington) finds himself dogged by that feeling as he investigates a bombing on a New Orleans ferry. Should he shrug off the unsettling sensation, or can it help him unravel the clues he needs to save hundreds of innocent people from disaster? Directed by Tony Scott, this thriller also stars James Caviezel and Val Kilmer. --PG-13--
De-Lovely (2004) Kevin Kline plays talented and celebrated composer Cole Porter, who penned many hits, including "Anything Goes," "Night and Day" and the delightful "It's De-Lovely," which inspired the movie's title. As seen through the eyes of Porter himself, his life is told like one of his musicals, replete with drama, suspense and joy, at the center of which is his mercurial relationship with his wife, Linda (Ashley Judd). Cast: Kevin Kline, Ashley Judd, Jonathan Pryce, Angie Hill. --PG-13--  For sexual content.
Dennis the Menace (1993) Director John Hughes convenes an all-star cast headed by Walter Matthau's hysterical Mr. Wilson in a first-rate film. (Dennis himself -- Mason Gamble -- was chosen from more than 20,000 child actors.) Watch the neighborhood characters come to life, from Mr. and Mrs. Wilson to Margaret and Joey and Dennis's benevolent parents, Henry (Christopher Lloyd) and Alice (Lea Thompson). Cast: Walter Matthau, Mason Gamble, Joan Plowright, Christopher Lloyd. --PG--  For comedic mischief.
Despicable Me (2010)  In this Animated classic, Villainous Gru (Steve Carell) lives up to his reputation as a despicable, deplorable and downright unlikable guy when he hatches a plan to steal the moon from the sky. But he has a tough time staying on task after three orphans land in his care. Julie Andrews voices the role of Gru's malevolent mom, and Jason Segel, Kristen Wiig and Will Arnett round out the ensemble cast in this comic tale that earned a Golden Globe nod for Best Animated Feature.  --PG -- For rude humor and mild action.
Dirty Dancing (1987)  Expecting the usual ennui that accompanies a summer in the Catskills with her family, 17-year-old Baby Houseman (Jennifer Grey) instead finds herself in love. The object of her affection: the resort's free-spirited dance instructor, Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze). But Baby's disapproving dad soon steps in to keep Johnny from putting the moves on his artless daughter. The film earned Oscar honors for Best Song ("I've Had the Time of My Life"). Cast:  Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, Jerry Orbach, Cynthia Rhodes, Jack Weston, Jane Brucker, Kelly Bishop, Lonny Price, Max Cantor. -- PG-13 -- Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004)  It's 1958 when the Miller family moves to Havana, where 18-year-old Katy's (Romola Garai) parents expect her to be the belle of the high-society ball. Instead, she falls for Xavier (Diego Luna), a waiter who teaches her how to dance and partners with her for an upcoming contest. But Fidel Castro's rise to power forces Americans to depart, putting Katy and Xavier's relationship in jeopardy. Patrick Swayze reprises his role as Johnny Castle.  Cast:  Romola Garai, Diego Luna, Rene Lavan, John Slattery, Patrick Swayze, Sela Ward, Mika Boorem, January Jones, Polly Cusumano, Jonathan Jackson. -- PG-13 For sensuality.
Down With Love (2003)  It's the swinging '60s in New York City, and all the ladies are angling for the attention of handsome journalist Catcher Block (Ewan McGregor). All of them, that is, except for Barbara Novak (Renee Zellweger), a feminist advice columnist who stands for everything that the womanizing Catcher doesn't. But love has a way of sneaking up on even the unlikeliest pairs in this tribute to the classic Doris Day-Rock Hudson romantic comedies. Cast:  Renee Zellweger, Ewan McGregor, David Hyde Pierce, Sarah Paulson, Rachel Dratch, Jack Plotnick, Tony Randall, John Aylward, Warren Munson, Michael Ensign, Jeri Ryan, Melissa George. -- PG-13 For sexual humor and dialogue.
Dreamer  (2005) Inspired by a true story, down-and-out horse trainer Ben Crane (Kurt Russell) is given an equally broken-down (but once great) racehorse, Sonya, as severance pay. It will take the unwavering faith and determination of Ben's daughter, Cale (Dakota Fanning), to bring these two damaged souls together in a quest to win the Breeders' Cup Classic. Elisabeth Shue, Oded Fehr and Kris Kristofferson co-star in this heartwarming tale directed by John Gatins. Cast: Kurt Russell, Dakota Fanning, Elisabeth Shue, Kris Kristofferson. --PG--  For brief mild language.
Driving Miss Daisy (1989)  This four-time Academy Award-winning story about a genteel but strong-willed Southern matron, Daisy Wethan (Jessica Tandy), and her chauffeur Hoke (Morgan Freeman) is based on Alfred Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. It's a contest of wills as they learn that for two people so different, they have much in common -- the bumpy road they travel ultimately leads to the friendship of a lifetime. -- PG Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
Drop Dead Fred (1991) After Elizabeth (Phoebe Cates) leaves her cheating husband, she moves back into her childhood home with her bossy mom. But instead of moving forward and getting on with her life, Elizabeth takes a huge step back, reliving old memories and resuscitating her imaginary friend, Fred, who lives in a box where he was stored. After 21 years, he's got tons of tricks up his sleeve, and he's about to shake Elizabeth out of her staid existence. Cast: Phoebe Cates, Rik Mayall, Marsha Mason, Tim Matheson. --PG-13--
Dukes of Hazzard, The (2005)   Look out, Boss Hogg, the Duke boys are back in this comedy based on the TV series. Join Bo (Seann William Scott) and Luke (Johnny Knoxville) as they tear around Hazzard County in their Dodge Charger, The General Lee. Aided by short-shorts-clad Cousin Daisy (Jessica Simpson) and moonshining Uncle Jesse (Willie Nelson), the boys must stop commissioner Boss Hogg (Burt Reynolds) and Sheriff Roscoe (M.C. Gainey) from stealing the family farm. Cast:  Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Alice Greczyn, Steve Lemme, Michael Weston, Mitch Braswell, Michael Roof, Jessica Simpson, M.C. Gainey, Burt Reynolds, Willie Nelson, Lynda Carter. -- Not Rated --
Elektra (2005)  In this spellbinding thriller, Jennifer Garner reprises the role of fearless warrior Elektra -- a character she originated in Daredevil. Now that she's back in the fold of the mysterious Order of the Hand, the group's leader, Kirigi (Will Yun Lee), tasks her with liquidating seemingly harmless widower Mark Miller (Goran Visnjic) and his teenage daughter. But all bets are off when Elektra falls for Miller and must battle her former allies. Cast: Jennifer Garner, Goran Visnjic, Kirsten Prout, Will Yun Lee, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Terence Stamp, Natassia Malthe, Bob Sapp, Chris Ackerman, Edson T. Ribeiro, Colin Cunningham. -- PG-13 For action violence.
Elf (2003)  When young Buddy falls into Santa's gift sack on Christmas Eve and is inadvertently transported back to the North Pole, he's raised as a toy-making elf by Santa's helpers. After growin up to be a misfit who never quite fits in, the outsized elf (Will Ferrell) decides to go to Manhattan and find his real dad. Co-stars Ed Asner, Mary Steenburgen, James Caan and Bob Newhart. Directed by John Favreau. Cast:  Will Ferrell, James Caan, Bob Newhart, Zooey Deschanel, Mary Steenburgen, Peter Dinklage, Kyle Gass, Amy Sedaris, Andy Richter, Edward Asner, Faizon Love. -- PG For some mild rude humor and language.
Elizabethtown (2005) Drew Baylor (Orlando Bloom) is fired after causing his shoe company to lose hundreds of millions of dollars. To make matters worse, he's also dumped by his girlfriend (Jessica Biel). On the verge of ending it all, Drew gets a new lease on life when he returns to his family's small Kentucky hometown after his father dies. Along the way, he meets a flight attendant (Kirsten Dunst) with whom he falls in love. Cameron Crowe directs. Cast: Orlando Bloom, Kirsten Dunst, Susan Sarandon, Alec Baldwin. --PG-13-- For language and some sexual references. 
Ella Enchanted (2004) Ella of Frell (Anne Hathaway) is given the "gift of obedience" by a fairy, but soon comes to realize that it's more of a curse because it could separate her from her true love, Prince Charmont (Hugh Dancy). Will Ella manage to conjure a "cure" that enables her to live happily ever after? Co-starring Cary Elwes and Minnie Driver, Ella Enchanted is based on the Newberry Award-winning children's book by Gail Carson Levine. Cast:  Anne Hathaway, Hugh Dancy, Cary Elwes, Minnie Driver, Vivica A. Fox, Joanna Lumley.  -- PG -- For some crude humor and language.
Elvis Has Left the Building (2005) Affected at a young age by an encounter with Elvis, Harmony Jones (Kim Basinger) has devoted her life to selling cosmetics from her big, pink car. But when she accidentally kills a pair of Elvis impersonators, her run from the law leads her to (where else?) Las Vegas. John Corbett, Annie Potts, Sean Astin, Angie Dickinson and Pat Morita co-star (with a cameo from Tom Hanks) in this comedy from My Big Fat Greek Wedding director Joel Zwick. Cast: Kim Basinger, John Corbett, Tom Hanks, Denise Richards, Sean Astin, Billy Ray Cyrus, Annie Potts. --PG-13--  For sexual reference/humor 
Emma (1996) Based on Jane Austen's classic novel, this Academy Award-winning adaptation from director Douglas McGrath takes a rich, funny look at the romantic meddling of Emma Woodhouse (Gwyneth Paltrow). Surrounded by suitors -- including Mr. Knightley (Jeremy Northam) and Frank Churchill (Ewan McGregor) -- Emma spends her time arranging friends' romances, never noticing that her own true love is right beneath her nose. Cast:  Ewan McGregor, Gwyneth Paltrow, Polly Walker, Alan Cumming, Jeremy Northam, Toni Collette, Greta Scacchi. -- PG - For brief mild language.
Empire Falls (2005) Richard Russo's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel was adapted into this HBO miniseries featuring a star-studded cast. Within the borders of a tiny Maine town, modest restaurant manager Miles Roby (Ed Harris) goes through the motions as he attempts to keep his Empire Grill afloat while dealing with an abrasive boss (Joanne Woodward), a wife (Helen Hunt) who ran out on him, a nosy father (Paul Newman) and a teenage daughter (Danielle Panabaker). Cast: Ed Harris, Helen Hunt, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Robin Wright Penn, Paul Newman, Joanne Woodward. --TV-14--
Enough Said  (2013)  Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini star in this charming comedy about a divorced woman venturing into a relationship with a sweet man. But things get tricky when she discovers the man she's dating is the hated ex-husband of her new best friend.  Cast:  Julia Louis-Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener, Toni Collette, Ben Falcone, Tavi Gevinson, Tracey Fairaway, Eve Hewson, Anjelah Johnson.  --PG-13-- Sexual content, some thematic material and brief language.
Envy (2004) When Nick Vandermark (Jack Black), one of a pair of major doofuses, becomes stinking rich by selling an invention, he finds his lifelong bond with his best friend and neighbor, Tim Dingman (Ben Stiller), breaking almost beyond repair. Seems Dingman (who works at the same company as Vandermark) is crazy with envy … go figure. Christopher Walken co-stars, and Barry Levinson directs. Cast: Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Rachel Weisz, Amy Poehler. --PG-13--  For language and sexual/crude humor.
Escape from Planet Earth  (2013)  This all-ages animated comedy follows the adventures of astronaut Scorch Supernova, a hero of the blue aliens who has a vast appetite for adventure. Ignoring his brother's warning, Scorch sets off on a deep-space rescue that proves to be a trap.  Cast: Brendan Fraser, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jessica Alba, Jane Lynch, Craig Robinson, William Shatner, Sofía Vergara, Rob Corddry, Ricky Gervais, Jonathan Morgan Heit, Chris Parnell, George Lopez, Steve Zahn. -- PG -- Action and some mild humor.
Failure to Launch (2006)  In a desperate attempt to push their 30-something son Tripp (Matthew McConaughey) out of the nest, a frustrated mother and father (Kathy Bates and Terry Bradshaw) hire a beautiful relationship "consultant" (Sarah Jessica Parker) with a patented plan to move him out of the house. But her tried-and-true tactics, which involve her posing as the girl of his dreams, don't always have the intended effect. Zooey Deschanel co-stars. Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Bradley Cooper, Kathy Bates, Zooey Deschanel, Terry Bradshaw,  Justin Bartha. --PG-13-- For sexual content, partial nudity and language.
Family Stone, The (2005)  Although their relationship works in the city, things begin to fall apart for young Manhattanites Everett (Dermot Mulroney) and Meredith (Sarah Jessica Parker) when they visit the 'burbs for the holidays. In fact, Sarah's first meeting with Everett's bohemian parents (Diane Keaton and Craig T. Nelson) proves so traumatic that she has to call in her sister (Claire Danes) for reinforcements -- a move that only makes Christmas more complicated. Cast: Rachel McAdams, Dermot Mulroney, Sarah Jessica Parker, Claire Danes. --PG-13-- For some sexual content including dialogue, and drug references.
Fantastic 4 (2005)  During a space voyage, four scientists are altered by cosmic rays: Reed Richards (Ioan Gruffudd) gains the ability to stretch his body; Sue Storm (Jessica Alba) can become invisible and create force fields; Johnny Storm (Chris Evans) controls fire; and Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis) is turned into a super-strong … thing! Together, these "Fantastic Four" must thwart the evil plans of Dr. Doom (Julian MacMahon). Tim Story directs. Cast:  Ioan Gruffudd, Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Michael Chiklis, Julian McMahon, Hamish Linklater, Kerry Washington, Laurie Holden, David Parker, Kevin McNulty, Maria Menounos. -- PG 13 --
Father of the Bride 2 (1995) In the sequel to the Father of the Bride update, George Banks (Steve Martin) has recovered from the trauma of marrying off his cherished daughter, Annie (Kimberly Williams), but soon finds himself in another dilemma: Not only is Annie pregnant, but so is his wife, Nina (Diane Keaton)! Martin Short again co-stars as the scene-stealing Franck. Cast:  Steve Martin, Martin Short, Diane Keaton, Kimberly Williams.  --PG--
Father of the Bride (1991) In this hilarious update of the much-loved Hollywood classic, Steve Martin turns in a winning performance as George Banks, the befuddled father who has a hard time letting go of his daughter (Kimberly Williams) when she unexpectedly announces her plans to wed. Diane Keaton co-stars as George's level-headed wife, Nina, and Martin Short steals his scenes as an off-the-wall wedding consultant. --PG--
Felicity: An American Girl Adventure (2005)  In colonial Williamsburg, Va., 10-year-old Felicity becomes enamored of a beautiful mare and attempts to rescue the horse from its abusive owner. Along the way, she learns valuable lessons about independence, responsibility and loyalty.  Cast:  Shailene Woodley, Marcia Gay Harden, John Schneider, Kevin Zegers, Juliet Holland-Rose, Lynne Griffin, David Gardner, Katie Henney, Janine Theriault, Geza Kovacs.  -G-
Fever Pitch (2005)  Based on Nick Hornby's novel, this romantic Farrelly Brothers comedy centers on baseball fanatic Ben (Jimmy Fallon), who meets and falls in love with Lindsay (Drew Barrymore). Everything's going great between the couple, but when spring rolls around and baseball season begins, Ben's overwhelming obsession with the Boston Red Sox threatens to destroy his relationship with Lindsay. Ione Skye and Kadee Strickland costar. Cast:  Drew Barrymore, Jimmy Fallon, Jason Spevack, Jack Kehler, Scott H. Severance, Jessamy R. Finet, Maureen Keiller, Lenny Clarke, Ione Skye, Kadee Strickland, Marissa Jaret Winokur. -- PG-13 For crude and sexual humor, and some sensuality.
Field of Dreams (1989) Kevin Costner is an Iowa farmer who hears a mysterious voice telling him to turn his cornfield into a baseball diamond. He does, but the voice's directions don't stop -- even after the spirits of deceased ballplayers turn up to play. Co-starring James Earl Jones, Burt Lancaster and Ray Liotta (as "Shoeless" Joe Jackson), Field of Dreams hits an emotional home run. Cast: Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, James Earl Jones, Gaby Hoffmann, Ray Liotta,  Timothy Busfield, Burt Lancaster. --PG--  
Fiddler on the Roof (1971)  Filmed on location in Eastern Europe, this beloved musical based on Sholem Aleichem's stories was nominated for eight Academy Awards and won three. Director Norman Jewison chronicles the trials of Jewish peasant Tevye the milkman (Israeli actor Topol), humble father of three strong-willed daughters and husband to oft-objecting wife, Golde (Norma Crane), in pre-revolutionary Russia. Violinist Isaac Stern provides the haunting music of the fiddler.  Cast:  Norma Crane, Leonard Frey, Paul Mann, Molly Picon, Topol. -- G General audiences.
Fifth Element, The  (1997)  In this imaginative sci-fi epic, a 23rd-century cabbie finds himself involved with a fetching alien who may hold the key to saving the world. But it's curtains for planet Earth unless the duo can stay a step ahead of a demented villain named Zorg.  Cast:  Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm, Milla Jovovich, Chris Tucker, Luke Perry, Brion James, Tricky, Lee Evans, John Neville, John Bluthal, Mathieu Kassovitz, Christopher Fairbank. -- PG-13 -- Intense sci-fi violence, some sexuality and brief nudity.
Final Cut, The (2004)  In this futuristic tale, chips inserted into the brain at birth record a person's entire life; when the person dies, the video is edited and shown at the funeral. Video editor Alan Hackman (Robin Williams) hacks out the worst of a person's life, depicting sinners as martyrs. Alan's turned into a cold megalomaniac, but things change when he finds his own scary childhood memory in the databank of a client. Mira Sorvino and Jim Caviezel also star. Cast: Robin Williams, Mira Sorvino, Jim Caviezel, Mimi Kuzyk. --PG-13-- For mature thematic material, some violence, sexuality and language. 
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)  It's an Armageddon scenario with a Greenpeace subtext when Dr. Aki Ross races against time to keep phantom-like alien invaders from destroying what's left of life on Earth. Stunning animation is the hallmark of this futuristic movie that pits Ross against her arch human antagonist (the hawkish General Hein), who would like to blow the aliens -- and everything else -- to kingdom come. Cast:  Ming-Na Wen, Alec Baldwin, Ving Rhames, Steve Buscemi, Peri Gilpin, Donald Sutherland, James Woods, Keith David, Jean Simmons and Annie Wu co-star. --PG-13-- 
Finding Neverland (2004)  Peter Pan and the denizens of Neverland have captured the hearts and minds of J.M. Barrie's readers. But how did the imaginative author ever envision a world so wondrous yet perilous? Johnny Depp plays Barrie, a writer inspired by genius and dedicated to seeing his vision come to life onstage at the Duke of York's Theatre in 1904 London. Kate Winslet co-stars in this magical film that nabbed seven Oscar nominations and won Best Original Score.  Cast:  Johnny Depp, Kate Winslet, Julie Christie, Radha Mitchell, Dustin Hoffman, Freddie Highmore, Joe Prospero, Nick Roud, Luke Spill, Ian Hart, Kelly Macdonald, Mackenzie Crook. -- PG For for mild thematic elements and brief language.
Firewall (2006) As creator of a state-of-the-art security system for a Seattle-area bank, Jack Stanfield (Harrison Ford) has cemented his reputation as a man who's thought of everything. But when a criminal (Paul Bettany) finds a way into Jack's personal life by targeting his family, everything Jack holds dear is suddenly at stake. Virginia Madsen, Alan Arkin and Robert Patrick co-star in this taut thriller directed by Robert Loncraine. Cast: Harrison Ford, Virginia Madsen, Paul Bettany, Mary Lynn Rajskub.  --PG-13--  For some intense sequences of violence.
First Daughter (2004)  Samantha Mackenzie (Katie Holmes), the 18-year-old daughter of the president of the United States (Michael Keaton), insists that she be allowed to attend college like a normal kid. It all starts out well when she befriends her roommate, Mia (Amerie Rogers), and falls for her handsome RA, James (Marc Blucas). But things aren't always what they seem, as Sam's about to find out the hard way. Cast:  Katie Holmes, Marc Blucas, Amerie Rogers, Michael Keaton, Margaret Colin, Lela Rochon, Michael Milhoan, Dwayne Adway, Hollis Hill, Ken Moreno. -- PG For language, sexual situations and alcohol-related material.
First Wives Club, The  (1996)  Erstwhile college chums Elise (Goldie Hawn), Annie (Diane Keaton) and Brenda (Bette Midler) reunite for the funeral of a friend who committed suicide after hubby traded her in for a hot new model. When the women realize they're in the same predicament, they form a troika and with help from an interior decorator, a socialite, Annie's daughter and a mafioso, they plot payback against their two-timing exes. And as they say, hell hath no fury …  Cast:  Bette Midler, Diane Keaton, Sarah Jessica Parker, Goldie Hawn, Maggie Smith, Marcia Gay Harden, Dan Hedaya, Bronson Pinchot.  -- PG -- For thematic elements, some mild language and sensuality.
Five People You Meet in Heaven, The (2004)  -- Based on best-selling author Mitch Alborn's book, this moving TV drama centers on Eddie (Steven Grayham and Jon Voight), who dies at the age of 83, uncertain that he was able to save a girl from a horrible accident and doubting that his life had any significance. In heaven, Eddie meets five souls who, through flashbacks, show him how he affected the lives of others in amazing ways. Ellen Burstyn, Jeff Daniels and Michael Imperioli also star.  Cast:  Jon Voight, Steven Grayhm, Ellen Burstyn, Jeff Daniels, Anthony De Marco, Michael Imperioli, Ava Hughes, Megan McKinnon, Dagmara Dominczyk, Rebecca Jenkins, Elias Toufexis. -- Not Rated.
Flight of the Intruder  (1991)  Based on the thriller by Stephen Coonts, Flight of the Intruder charts the efforts of two Vietnam War U.S. Navy pilots, Jake (Brad Johnson) and Cole (Willem Dafoe), to bombard Hanoi's People's Resistance Park against government orders. Tired of the war's direction, they plan to make a big political statement but are held back by their loyalty to an honorable commander (Danny Glover). Cast:  Danny Glover, Willem Dafoe, Brad Johnson, Rosanna Arquette, Tom Sizemore, J. Kenneth Campbell. PG 13  
Flight of the Phoenix, The (2004) When a C-119 cargo plane full of oil workers crashes in Mongolia's Gobi Desert during a sandstorm, the survivors attempt to build a new plane from the parts they find in the wreckage. Led by downed pilot Frank Towns (Dennis Quaid), the rag-tag group makes a desperate effort to stay alive and return to civilization. Giovanni Ribisi, Miranda Otto and Hugh Laurie co-star in this remake of the 1960s film that starred James Stewart as Towns. Cast: Dennis Quaid, Tyrese Gibson, Giovanni Ribisi, Jared Padalecki. --PG-13-- For some language, action and violence.
Flightplan (2005) A mother's sanity is called into question when her child disappears during a plane flight in this tense thriller. Still reeling from her husband's unexpected death, Kyle Pratt (Jodie Foster) is on a plane heading from Berlin to New York when her daughter vanishes. When the captain (Sean Bean) and the air marshal (Peter Sarsgaard) begin to doubt that the child was ever on board, Kyle realizes she must rely on herself to find her little girl. Cast:  Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard, Sean Bean, Kate Beahan, Michael Irby, Assaf Cohen, Erika Christensen, Shane Edelman, Mary Gallaghern. -- PG-13 -- For violence and some intense plot material.
Flight 93 (2005) Sept. 11, 2001, was a dark day in the history of America. But amid the tragic events, many heroes emerged. This gripping drama recounts the story of the passengers of United Flight 93 and their courageous efforts to wrestle control of the hijacked plane from the terrorists before it crashed in rural Pennsylvania. Originally aired on A&E, the heart-pounding reenactment was produced in cooperation with some of the victims' family members. Cast: Brennan Elliott, Kendall Cross, Ty Olsson, Monnae Michaell. --PG-13--   For some violence and emotional depiction of the hijack situation.
Flipper (1996) Fourteen-year-old Sandy (Elijah Wood) is less than excited to find out he'll be spending an entire summer on an island off the coast of Florida with his Uncle Porter (Paul Hogan), a local fisherman. Sure his summer will be a total bust, Sandy quickly changes his mind after he meets a friendly dolphin named Flipper, as well as a pretty neighbor named Kim (Jessica Wesson). Based on the popular television series of the same name. Cast: Elijah Wood, Paul Hogan, Jonathan Banks, Robert Deacon. --PG--  For some mild language and menacing action.
Flyboys (2006)  Directed by Oscar winner Tony Bill, this epic drama tells the true story of the Lafayette Escadrille, a group of Americans who volunteered for the French military before the United States entered World War I. Farm boy Blaine Rawlings (James Franco) joins up and soon finds himself on an adventure more exciting than he ever imagined as he and his fellow soldiers become the world's first fighter pilots. Jean Reno stars as their battle-weary leader. Cast: James Franco, Jean Reno, Lex Shrapnel, Philip Winchester. --PG-13--  For war action violence and some sexual content.
Forgotten, The (2004)  A desperate mother tries to prove the existence of her missing son in this chilling psychological thriller. Unable to cope with the loss of her 8-year-old boy, Telly Paretta (Julianne Moore) seeks counsel from a psychiatrist (Gary Sinise), who tells her that her son was merely a figment of her imagination. After meeting another parent (Dominic West) with the same story, Telly sets out to uncover the truth. Also stars Alfre Woodard. Cast: Julianne Moore, Alfre Woodard, Anthony Edwards, Gary Sinise --PG-13--  For intense thematic material, some violence and brief language.
Forrest Gump (1994) You'll never view the world the same way after seeing it through the eyes of Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks), a simpleminded man who finds himself in the middle of nearly every major event of the 1960s and '70s. Along the way, he makes friends, changes lives and searches for a soul mate. Winner of six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor (Hanks). Cast: Tom Hanks, Robin Wright Penn, Gary Sinise, Mykelti Williamson, Sally Field, Rebecca Williams, Michael Conner Humphreys, Harold G. Herthum, George Kelly, Bob Penny, Haley Joel Osment. -- PG-13 -- For drug content, some sensuality and war violence.
Freaky Friday (2003)   Jamie Lee Curtis stars as Tess Coleman, mother of 15-year-old Anna (Lindsay Lohan), in this remake of the 1976 comedy starring Jodie Foster. Mother and daughter bicker over everything -- what Anna wears, whom she likes and what she wants to do when she's older. In turn, Anna detests Tess's fiancé (Mark Harmon). When a magical fortune cookie switches their personalities, they each get a peek at how the other person feels, thinks and lives.  Cast:  Jamie Lee Curtis, Lindsay Lohan, Mark Harmon, Harold Gould, Chad Michael Murray, Stephen Tobolowsky, Christina Vidal, Ryan Malgarini, Haley Hudson, Rosalind Chao, Willie Garson, Marc McClure. -- PG -- For mild thematic elements and some language. 
Free Willy (1993) Busted for painting graffiti all over Willy the whale's holding tank at a theme park, abandoned malcontent Jesse (Jason James Richter) is promptly sentenced to clean up his handiwork. While working off his punishment, the rebellious Jesse unexpectedly bonds with the equally unruly orca. Meanwhile, the park's conniving owner (Michael Ironside) decides Willy is worth more dead than alive. Can Jesse rescue his captive cohort before it's too late? Cast: August Schellenberg, Michael Madsen, Jayne Atkinson, Lori Petty. --PG--
Freedom Writers (2007) Hilary Swank stars as a young teacher who inspires her at-risk students in this moving drama based on true events. Erin Gruwell (Swank) assigns her class an ambitious project: While studying works such as The Diary of Anne Frank, the kids keep journals about their troubled lives, applying history's lessons to break the cycle of violence and despair that threatens their futures. Scott Glenn, Imelda Staunton and Patrick Dempsey co-star. --PG-13--
Friday Night Lights (2004)  Peter Berg directs this gritty but heartwarming tale, based on a book by H.G. Bissinger, that chronicles the efforts of Gary Gaines (Billy Bob Thornton), the coach of a local football team in small-town Odessa, Texas, to propel his squad to the state championships. But the path to glory is paved with racial and economic strife, and the coach must help his players navigate through the maze so they can play like winners.  Cast:  Derek Luke, Billy Bob Thornton, Tim McGraw, Connie Britton, Lucas Black, Jay Hernandez. -- PG-13 For thematic issues, sexual content, language, some teen drinking and rough sports action.
Fried Green Tomatoes (1991)  Evelyn Couch (Kathy Bates) is a repressed Alabama housewife who finds inspiration in the lively stories of a feisty old woman named Ninny Threadgoode (Jessica Tandy). Over time, Threadgoode tells Couch the story of Idgie (Mary Stuart Masterson), an independent young woman who runs a small-town diner in the 1920s. Idgie finds a soul mate in Ruth Jamison (Mary-Louise Parker), and the pair's antics cause an uproar in their rural Southern town. Cast:  Jessica Tandy, Kathy Bates, Mary Stuart Masterson, Mary-Louise Parker, Cicely Tyson. -- PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
From Here to Eternity (1953)  The date which lives in infamy lives on in this gripping adaptation of James Jones' novel about Army life in Hawaii in the idyllic days just before December 7, 1941. Eight Oscars include Best Picture, Screenplay, Supporting Actress (Donna Reed) and Supporting Actor (Frank Sinatra). Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr rolling around in the waves and sand ranks as one of the hottest love scenes in screen history. PG-13
Frozen  (2013)  Disney Annimated.  After her kingdom is doomed to suffer from eternal winter, intrepid Anna goes on a quest to find her reclusive sister, the Snow Queen, and break the curse. Along the way, Anna teams with eccentric mountaineer Kristoff and his comic reindeer, Sven.  Cast:
Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Santino Fontana, Josh Gad, Alan Tudyk, Fred Tatasciore, Chris Williams, Ciarán Hinds, Stephen J. Anderson, Maia Wilson, Edie McClurg, Robert Pine, Maurice LaMarche, Livvy Stubenrauch, Eva Bella, Spencer Lacy Ganus, Jesse Corti, Jeff Marcus, Tucker Gilmore. -- PG -- Some action and mild rude humor.
Fun with Dick and Jane (2005) Stick 'em up! After losing their high-paying corporate jobs, Jane and Dick Harper (Jim Carrey and Tea Leoni) turn to crime -- robbing banks -- to maintain their standard of living. Talk about resourceful yuppies! Based on a remake of the 1977 film that starred George Segal and Jane Fonda in the titular roles, this action-comedy costars Angie Harmon, John Michael Higgins and Alec Baldwin. Dean Parisot directs. Cast: Jim Carrey, Tea Leoni, Alec Baldwin, Angie Harmon. --PG-13-- For brief language, some sexual humor and occasional humorous drug references.
Gandhi (1982) Epic and unforgettable, Gandhi swept the 1983 Oscars, winning eight awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Ben Kingsley), Best Screenplay and Best Director for Richard Attenborough. The awe-inspiring story of Mahatma Gandhi, the diminutive lawyer who stood up to the British in India and became an international symbol of nonviolence and understanding, brilliantly underscores the difference one individual can make. Cast: Ben Kingsley, Candice Bergen, Edward Fox, John Gielgud --PG-- 
Get Smart (2008) When the identities of secret agents from Control are compromised, the Chief (Alan Arkin) promotes hapless but eager analyst Maxwell Smart (Steve Carell) and teams him with stylish, capable Agent 99 (Anne Hathaway), the only spy whose cover remains intact. Can they work together to thwart the evil plans of KAOS and its crafty operative (Terence Stamp)? Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson co-stars in this comedy caper based on the classic television show.  --PG-13--  Some rude humor, action violence and language.
Ghost (1990)  Gothamites Sam (Patrick Swayze) and Molly (Demi Moore) see their romance shattered when a street thug kills Sam during a mugging. A spectral Sam finds himself in a world where only sassy pseudopsychic Oda Mae (Whoopi Goldberg) can hear him. He learns, with Oda Mae's help, that a rival masking a money-laundering scheme arranged Sam's death and that Molly is in jeopardy. Working through Oda Mae, Sam tries to warn Molly before she suffers his fate.  Cast:  Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoopi Goldberg, Tony Goldwyn. --PG-13--
Ghostbusters (1984) After losing their academic posts, a team of parapsychologists (Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis) goes into business as "ghostbusters" -- exterminators of ghouls, hobgoblins and supernatural pests of all stripes. An ad campaign pays off when a knockout cellist (Sigourney Weaver) hires the squad to purge her digs of demons. Turns out the place has become an entryway for a legion of fiendish spirits bent on terrorizing the Big Apple. … Cast: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Annie Potts, Harold Ramis, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis --PG-- 
Ghostbusters 2 (1989)  In director Ivan Reitman's sequel, after waging a war on slime that cost New York City millions, the Ghostbusters --Venkman (Bill Murray), Ray (Dan Aykroyd), Egon (Harold Ramis) and Winston (Ernie Hudson) -- find themselves out of business. With new careers, the group reunites when an ancient tyrant preparing to return to the earthly domain targets the baby of Venkman's ex-girlfriend (Sigourney Weaver) as the new home for its soul. Cast: Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Rick Moranis, Annie Potts --PG--  
Ghost Rider (2007)  In this hell-on-wheels thriller, Nicolas Cage stars as Johnny Blaze, a badass stunt cyclist who makes a Faustian bargain with the sinister Mephisto (Peter Fonda) to save a loved one. Years later, he offers Johnny the chance to reclaim his soul by vanquishing Blackheart (Wes Bentley) -- Mephisto's archenemy and son, who's scheming to depose his pop. The supporting cast includes Eva Mendes, Sam Elliott and Donal Logue. --PG-13-- For horror violence and disturbing images.
Glass House, The  (2001)  After the untimely death of her parents, Ruby (Leelee Sobieski) and her brother (Trevor Morgan) move in with family friends (Diane Lane and Stellan Skarsgård). But how could Ruby know that her new guardians' motives for welcoming her and her brother into their "glass house" are diabolically sinister? As the suspense builds, it's up to Ruby to protect her brother and herself from an encroaching menace. Cast:  Diane Lane, Leelee Sobieski, Stellan Skarsgard, Rita Wilson, Bruce Dern, Michael O'Keefe, Trevor Morgan, Kip Pardue. -- PG-13 For sinister thematic elements, violence, drug content and language.
Good Night, and Good Luck (2005) George Clooney's Oscar-nominated docudrama pits TV newsman Edward R. Murrow (David Strathairn) against Sen. Joseph McCarthy and his single-minded crusade to quell the red threat at home. Despite corporate pressure to back off, Murrow and his CBS staff are determined to examine the lies and fear tactics perpetrated by McCarthy during his Communist witch-hunts. The impressive cast includes Robert Downey Jr., Patricia Clarkson and Jeff Daniels. Cast: George Clooney, Robert Downey Jr., Alex Borstein, Jeff Daniels. --PG-- For mild thematic elements and brief language.
Good Year, A (2006)  Oscar-winning director Ridley Scott directs this adaptation of Peter Mayle's best-selling novel, following the romantic misadventures of an Englishman in Provence, France. After inheriting a French vineyard from his uncle Henry (Albert Finney), failed banker Max Skinner (Russell Crowe) moves abroad, where he meets a beautiful American woman (Marion Cotillard) who claims to be his long-lost cousin -- and his uncle's true heir. --PG-13-- For language and some sexual content.
Gravity  (2013)  As a medical engineer on her first shuttle mission embarks on a space walk with a seasoned astronaut, debris strikes their craft and destroys it -- leaving the two floating through space tethered together, with no connection to Earth.  Cast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney.  --PG-13--  Intense perilous sequences, some disturbing images and brief strong language.
Great Escape, The  (1963)  This crowd pleaser tells the true tale of an en masse escape attempt from one of Germany's toughest prisoner-of-war camps. The world-class cast of prisoners makes a booming impression. Especially strong are Richard Attenborough as the leader of the breakout; a claustrophobic Charles Bronson, who must tunnel underground; and Steve McQueen, who tries to a jump a barbed-wire fence on a motorcycle. Cast:  Steve McQueen, James Garner, Richard Attenborough, James Donald, Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence, James Coburn. -- Not Rated.
Grinch, The  (2000)  Dr. Seuss's much-loved tome about the real meaning of Christmas finally makes it to the big screen, with comic wunderkind Jim Carrey starring in the titular role of a green-faced gnome who plots to rob Whoville of the Yuletide. Several songs from the classic 1966 animated cartoon have also made the transition. Pass that last can of Who Hash, will ya?  Cast:  Jim Carrey, Taylor Momsen, Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Baranski, Molly Shannon, Anthony Hopkins, Frankie Ray, Jeremy Howard. -- PG --
Groundhog Day (1993)  In this offbeat comedy from director Harold Ramis, self-centered TV weatherman Phil Connors (Bill Murray) is sent to Punxsutawney, Pa., to cover the groundhog's annual appearance. Loathing the event, Connors unleashes his bitterness on his producer (Andie MacDowell) and cameraman (Chris Elliott). The next day, however, Connors finds he's doomed to repeat Groundhog Day -- again and again -- until he learns that his actions can affect the outcome. --PG-- 
Guardian, The (2006) Appointed to teach at an elite Coast Guard school, legendary rescue swimmer Ben Randall (Kevin Costner) is compelled to skillfully train and inspire cocky upstart Jake Fischer (Ashton Kutcher). Applying unorthodox coaching methods, Ben helps the young hotshot build his strength -- and character -- in this powerful tale of courage and endurance of the human spirit from director Andrew Davis. Cast: Kevin Costner, Ashton Kutcher, Gregory J. Barnett, Sela Ward --PG-13-- For intense sequences of action/peril, brief strong language and some sensuality.
Guess Who (2005)  Ashton Kutcher stars in this remake of the 1967 classic Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? The tables are turned this time around, though, as he plays the fiancé of an African-American woman (Zoe Saldana) who's met with skepticism and suspicion by her father (Bernie Mac) when she takes him home for the all-important introduction. Tension flares (as does the comedy) as the wedding approaches and dad must come to terms with his future son-in-law.  Cast:  Bernie Mac, Ashton Kutcher, Zoe Saldana, Judith Scott, Hal Williams, Kellee Stewart, Robert Curtis-Brown, RonReaco Lee, Paula Newsome, Phil Reeves, Sherri Shepherd. -- PG-13 For sex-related humor.
Guilt Trip, The  2012  After Andy Brewster invents a fabulous new organic cleaner, he goes on a cross-country road trip to promote it. His mother, Joyce, comes along for the ride but soon discovers that her son has an ulterior motive: fixing her up with a long-lost flame.  Cast: Seth Rogen, Barbra Streisand, Adam Scott, Colin Hanks, Kathy Najimy, Nora Dunn, Ari Graynor, Casey Wilson. -- PG-13 -- 
Hard Day's Night, A - Collector's Series  (1964)  The Beatles's first movie -- a groundbreaking comedy often considered director Richard Lester's best film -- chronicles a "typical" day in their lives, filled with frenzied fans, crazy relatives and a soundtrack of familiar songs. The film defined the Beatles' impish appeal, and John, Paul, George and Ringo are surprisingly assured on-screen. Songs include "Can't Buy Me Love," "And I Love Her" and "I Should Have Known Better." Cast:  John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Wilfrid Brambell, Norman Rossington, John Junkin, Victor Spinetti, Anna Quayle, Richard Vernon, Phil Collins.  --G--
Harry Potter:  Goblet of Fire -- Prisoner of Azkaban 
Help, The  (2011)  Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah square off in this big-hearted comedy about a flat-broke town choir whose members dream of winning a national contest. However, the stars' struggle for leadership could scuttle the group's harmony and hopes of success.  Cast:  Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Jordan, Dexter Darden, Courtney B. Vance, Jesse L. Martin, Kirk Franklin, Kris Kristofferson --PG-13-- Some language including a sexual reference.
Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005) Herbie the Love Bug is back on track and ready for action in this update of the classic Disney film series. Still sporting the Number 53, the feisty Volkswagen bug is now owned by Maggie Peyton (Lindsay Lohan). Free-wheeling Herbie and speed-demon Maggie meet with plenty of adventures -- on the road and off -- as they prepare to compete in the world-famous NASCAR races. Michael Keaton, Matt Dillon and Dale Earnhardt Jr. costar.  Cast:  Lindsay Lohan, Michael Keaton, Matt Dillon, Breckin Meyer, Justin Long, Cheryl Hines, Jimmi Simpson.  -- G --
Hidalgo (2004)  Viggo Mortensen stars as Frank T. Hopkins, reputed to be one of the best riders of the Wild West. His chance to prove his talent comes when an affluent sheik invites him to join one of the most outrageous and grueling races of all: a 3000-mile trek across the Arabian Desert. Previously open only to those who ride Arabian horses, the event allows Hopkins to join with his Mustang, Hidalgo. Can they win?  Cast:  Viggo Mortensen, Omar Sharif, Zuleikha Robinson, Adam Alexi-Malle, Louise Lombard, Saïd Taghmaoui, Adoni Maropis, David Midthunder, Malcolm McDowell, Sven Ole Thorsen, Elizabeth Berridge. -- PG-13 For adventure violence and some mild innuendo.
High Crimes (2002)  San Francisco attorney Claire Kubik (Ashley Judd) teams up with a former military attorney (Morgan Freeman) to defend her husband, Tom (James Caviezel), in military court. The military has declared Tom a deserter, charging him with participating in a mass killing in El Salvador. Can Claire get him free? What's more, as the disturbing top-secret details of the crime are revealed, will she want to? Cast:  Ashley Judd, Morgan Freeman, Jim Caviezel, Bruce Davison, Amanda Peet, Adam Scott, Jude Ciccolella, Michael Gaston. -- PG-13 -- For violence, sexual content and language.
High School Musical (2006) In this smash hit from the Disney Channel, popular basketball jock Troy (Zac Efron) and class brain Gabriella (Vanessa Anne Hudgens) defy their friends' expectations by auditioning for the school musical. But after landing the lead roles, the budding thespians -- and their classmates -- learn some eye-opening lessons about following their hearts. The DVD includes a second, sing-along version of the film that displays the music lyrics on-screen. --G--
Hitch (2005)  Smooth and sexy Alex "Hitch" Hitchens (Will Smith) is the master of seduction in this charming romantic comedy. His specialty? Helping clueless clients make a great first impression so they not only get to the second date, but make someone fall for them. When a gossip reporter (Eva Mendes) starts nosing around his business, however, Hitch finds himself out of moves as he forgets all his lessons and has to figure out a whole new strategy to love. Cast:  Will Smith, Eva Mendes, Kevin James, Amber Valletta, Julie Ann Emery, Robinne Lee, Nathan Lee Graham, Adam Arkin, Michael Rapaport, Jeffrey Donovan, Paula Patton. -- PG-13 For language and some strong sexual references.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The  (2005)  In this adventure based on the best-selling novel of the same name, Arthur Dent's house is about to be demolished when he discovers that his best friend is an alien and that the entire planet Earth is about to be destroyed to make way for a hyperspace bypass! Seems Arthur's only chance for survival is to hitch a ride on a passing spacecraft. Stars Martin Freeman, Mos Def, Zooey Deschanel, Bill Nighy and Sam Rockwell. Garth Jennings directs. -- Starring: Bill Bailey, Anna Chancellor, More. -- PG -- For thematic elements, action and mild language.
Hobbit, The:  An Unexpected Journey  (2012)  Beloved hobbit Bilbo Baggins is back in a visually spectacular tale inspired by The Lord of the Rings and likewise directed by Peter Jackson. Joining the effort to free the Kingdom of Erebor, Bilbo also faces a fateful encounter with Gollum.  Cast: Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage, Ken Stott, Graham McTavish, William Kircher, James Nesbitt, Stephen Hunter, Aidan Turner, Dean O'Gorman, John Callen, Peter Hambleton, Mark Hadlow, Jed Brophy, Adam Browne, Ian Holm, Elijah Wood, Hugo Weaving, Cate Blanchett, Christopher Lee, Andy Serkis.  --PG-13--  Extended sequences of intense fantasy action violence, and frightening images.
Hobbit, The: The Desolation of Smaug  (2013) Director Peter Jackson extends the Lord of the Rings saga with this second installment of Bilbo Baggins's dramatic experiences in Middle Earth. Accompanied by Gandalf and 13 dwarves, Bilbo journeys toward a confrontation with the dragon Smaug.  Cast: Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Richard Armitage, Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett, Evangeline Lilly, Orlando Bloom, Luke Evans, Manu Bennett, Hugo Weaving, Lee Pace, Andy Serkis, Aidan Turner, Christopher Lee, Billy Connolly. -- PG-13 -- Extended sequences of intense fantasy action violence, and frightening images.
Hop  (2011)  Unemployed slacker Fred (James Marsden) suddenly finds himself uncharacteristically busy after he runs over the Easter Bunny and has to not only nurse the gimpy rabbit back to health but also take over his duties so that the holiday can continue. Burdened with a cranky, cotton-tailed houseguest and a bout of intensive egg-delivery training, Fred finally begins to grow up in this hilarious and touching blend of live action and animation. Cast: James Marsden, Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco, Hank Azaria, Gary Cole, Elizabeth Perkins, Hugh Laurie, Tiffany Espensen, David Hasselhoff, Chelsea Handler.  --PG--  Some mild rude humor.
Hope Springs  (2012)  After decades of marriage, a devoted couple (Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones) go see a couples' counselor (Steve Carell) in order to spice things up and reconnect. The real challenge for both of them comes as they try to re-ignite the spark that caused them to fall for each other in the first place.  Cast: Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, Steve Carell, Jean Smart, Ben Rappaport, Marin Ireland, Patch Darragh, Brett Rice, Elisabeth Shue, Mimi Rogers.  --PG-13-- Mature thematic content involving sexuality.
Horse Whisperer, The (1998) After a riding accident, New Yorker Annie MacLean (Kristin Scott Thomas) takes her injured daughter, Grace (Scarlett Johansson), and a frightened, wounded horse to Montana. They're looking for Tom Booker (Robert Redford), a man with the unique ability to "talk" to horses. As Tom heals the horse, Annie's growing feelings for him make her reluctant to return to city life -- and her husband. Redford also directed this Oscar-nominated drama. Cast: Robert Redford, Kristin Scott Thomas, Sam Neill, Dianne Wiest, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Cooper. --PG-13 For a disturbing accident scene.
Hotel Rwanda (2005)  Amid the holocaust of internecine tribal fighting in Rwanda that sees the savage butchering of hundreds of thousands of men, women and children, one ordinary man (Oscar nominee Don Cheadle) musters the courage to save more than 1,000 helpless refugees by sheltering them in the hotel he manages. Sophie Okonedo, Nick Nolte and Joaquin Phoenix co-star in this powerful film (sort of an African version of Schindler's List) directed by Terry George. Cast:  Don Cheadle, Sophie Okonedo, Nick Nolte, Joaquin Phoenix, Desmond Dube, David O'Hara, Cara Seymour, Fana Mokoena, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Tony Kgoroge, Mosa Kaiser, Mathabo Pieterson, Ofentse Modiselle. -- PG-13 For violence, disturbing images and brief strong language.
Hotel Transylvania  (2012)  In this animated comedy Hotel Transylvania owner Dracula (Adam Sandler) pulls double duty as an overprotective dad when an unwelcome suitor (Andy Samberg) shows interest in his teenage daughter (Selena Gomez). All the while, he's hosting world-famous monster guests like Frankenstein, his bride and a werewolf family.  Cast: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Fran Drescher, Steve Buscemi, Molly Shannon, David Spade, Ceelo Green, Jon Lovitz, Brian George, Luenell, Chris Parnell, Jackie Sandler. -- PG -- Some rude humor, action and scary images.
Housesitter (1992) Architect Steve Martin builds a dream house for his dream girl (Dana Delaney), but she won't accept his marriage proposal. Shattered, Martin ends up with curvy con artist Goldie Hawn, who sets up house, posing as Martin's wife from a whirlwind romance. They both have something to gain from the charade, and they play off each other brilliantly as things unravel. Cast:  Steve Martin, Goldie Hawn, Dana Delany. --PG--
Howard the Duck (1986)  Howard, a cigar-chomping extraterrestrial duck, is accidentally beamed to Earth by physicist Dr. Walter Jenning (Jeffrey Jones) and his assistant, Phil Blumburtt (Tim Robbins), in this sci-fi comedy produced by George Lucas. In spite of being a giant bird, Howard soon finds romance with punk-rock singer Beverly Switzler (Lea Thompson). But their happiness is threatened when government officials and a nasty space thug come looking for Howard. --PG--
How to Eat Fried Worms (2006)  This charming family film based on Thomas Rockwell's popular book recounts the tale of Billy (Luke Benward), a fifth-grader whose bluster on the first day at a new school gets him in dutch with a bully (Adam Hicks). To save face in front of his classmates, Billy accepts a dare to eat 10 earthworms in one day. But it will take all his inner strength to meet the challenge -- and to keep his big bazoo from landing him in even more trouble.  Cast: Thomas Cavanagh, Kimberly Williams, Philip Bolden,  Adam Hicks --PG-- For mild bullying and some crude humor.
Hunger Games, The  (2012) In a dystopian future ruled by a totalitarian regime, resourceful Katniss and her partner, Peeta, represent their district in the lethal Hunger Games, a televised survival competition in which teenage contestants fight each other to the death.  Cast:  Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz, Stanley Tucci, Donald Sutherland, Wes Bentley, Toby Jones, Alexander Ludwig, Isabelle Fuhrman. -- PG-13 --  Intense violent thematic material and disturbing images - all involving teens.
Hunger Games, The - Catching Fire  (2013)  After her triumph in the Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen begins a new life and confronts more danger in this sequel to the postapocalyptic fable. As Katniss travels through the districts on a "Victor's Tour," a rebellion gathers steam around her.  Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson, Lenny Kravitz, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Toby Jones, Willow Shields, Sam Claflin, Lynn Cohen, Jena Malone, Amanda Plummer, Alan Ritchson, Stanley Tucci, Donald Sutherland.  --PG-13--  Intense sequences of violence and action, some frightening images, thematic elements, a suggestive situation and language.
Hunt for Red October, The (1990)  Red alert! All hell breaks loose when the Red October -- a Soviet nuclear submarine headed toward American waters -- abruptly drops off U.S. scanners. But as the Yanks scramble to take defensive steps, astute CIA analyst Jack Ryan (Alec Baldwin) convinces the bigwigs that the sub's renegade commander (Sean Connery) has something other than a first strike in mind. A perilous cat-and-mouse game ensues in this taut technothriller. Cast: Sean Connery,  Alec Baldwin, Scott Glenn, Sam Neill.     --G--
I Spy (2002)  There's no love lost between undefeated middleweight fighter Kelly Robinson (Eddie Murphy) and CIA superstar Alex Scott (Owen Wilson) -- a mismatched pair who are teamed up by the government to track down a missing stealth bomber in this action-comedy. If they're to accomplish their dangerous mission, they'd better find a way to get along, first!   Cast:  Eddie Murphy, Owen Wilson, Famke Janssen, Malcolm McDowell, Gary Cole, Viv Leacock, Phill Lewis. -- PG-13 For action violence, some sexual content and language.
I, Robot (2004)  Inspired by Isaac Asimov's work, this techno-thriller stars Will Smith as Del Spooner, a mid-21st century Chicago cop investigating the murder of a scientist. Wary of technology, Spooner's not the perfect man for the job, but he takes it on anyway, aided by expert Dr. Susan Calvin (Bridget Moynahan). When Spooner discovers that an android (Alan Tudyk) may be the culprit, he realizes the entire human race could be at the mercy of machines.  Cast:  Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan, Alan Tudyk, James Cromwell, Bruce Greenwood, Adrian Ricard, Chi McBride, Jerry Wasserman, Fiona Hogan, Peter Shinkoda, Terry Chen. -- PG-13 For intense stylized action, and some brief partial nudity.
Ice Princess (2005)  In this new take on the traditional "ugly duckling turns into a swan" tale, Casey (Michelle Trachtenberg), a smart high school student whose mother (Joan Cusack) has her eyes set on Harvard, longs to become a figure skater like Gen (Hayden Panettiere), a beautiful prodigy who's active in the sport's circuit. Invited to train with Gen and her mother (Kim Cattrall), Casey must choose her destiny: Should she be an ice princess or a collegiate? Cast:  Joan Cusack, Kim Cattrall, Michelle Trachtenberg, Hayden Panettiere, Trevor Blumas, Connie Ray, Kirsten Olson, Juliana Cannarozzo, Jocelyn Lai, Michelle Kwan, Brian Boitano. -- G --
Illusionist, The (2006)  Set in early 1900s Vienna, Neil Burger's romantic thriller centers on illusionist extraordinaire Eisenheim (Edward Norton), who falls for an aristocrat (Jessica Biel) well above his social standing. When she becomes engaged to Crown Prince Leopold (Rufus Sewell), the master magician employs his powers to win her love. His daring scheme creates tumult within the monarchy and ignites the suspicion of Chief Inspector Uhl (Paul Giamatti). Cast: Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, Brian Caspe, Dusan Fager --PG-13-- For some sexuality and violence.
Impossible, The  2012  Tracking one family's harrowing experiences, this gripping drama depicts the chaos generated by the massive 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia. On December 26, Maria, Henry and their sons are vacationing in Thailand when unthinkable disaster strikes.  Cast:  Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor, Tom Holland, Samuel Joslin, Oaklee Pendergast, Marta Etura, Sonke Mohring. -- PG-13 --  Intense realistic disaster sequences, including disturbing injury images and brief nudity.
Inception (2010) Oscar-nominated for Best Picture, this unnerving sci-fi thriller stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Dom Cobb, who earns a tidy sum infiltrating the dreams of corporate titans to steal their most closely held secrets. Tapped by a rich industrialist (Ken Watanabe) for a job involving a rival's heir, Cobb marshals a team of specialists that includes his right-hand man (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), an architecture student (Ellen Page) and a chemist (Dileep Rao).  PG-13 Sequences of violence and action throughout.
Inconvenient Truth, An (2006) Director-producer Davis Guggenheim (HBO's "Deadwood") captures former Vice President Al Gore in the midst of waging a passionate campaign -- not for the White House, but for the environment. Laying out the facts of global warming without getting political, Gore makes a sobering impression on the audiences who hear his message, urging them to act "boldly, quickly and wisely" … before it's too late to act at all. Cast: Al Gore. --PG-- For mild thematic elements 
Incredible Hulk (2008)  Edward Norton stars as Bruce Banner in this big-screen version of the classic comic-book tale about a doctor who searches for an antidote to his exotic condition, which causes him to transform into a hulking, green monster when under duress. Drawing closer to finding a remedy, Dr. Banner becomes sidetracked as he's pursued first by the military and then by a rival monster known as the Abomination. Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and William Hurt co-star. --PG-13-- For sequences of intense action violence, some frightening sci-fi images, and brief suggestive content. 
In Good Company (2004)  An ad salesman, Dan (Dennis Quaid), must take a junior position after a corporate shakedown. Worse, he now reports to a much-younger boss, Carter (Topher Grace), a business school grad who espouses a sales approach branded Synergy that's at odds with Dan's old-school style. Although they don't see eye to eye, the two must get along, a mandate made more difficult when Carter becomes smitten with Dan's daughter (Scarlett Johansson).   Cast:  Dennis Quaid, Topher Grace, Scarlett Johansson, Marg Helgenberger, David Paymer, Clark Gregg, Philip Baker Hall, Selma Blair, Frankie Faison, Ty Burrell, Kevin Chapman, Amy Aquino, Zena Grey. -- PG-13 For some sexual content and drug references.
In Her Shoes (2005) This tale of two sisters -- wild-child Maggie (Cameron Diaz) and straight-laced Rose (Toni Collette) -- is based on the theory that they have nothing in common except for their size 8-1/2 feet. But Maggie's discovery of a long-lost grandmother (Shirley MacLaine) the girls never knew they had could be the thing that brings them together for good. Ridley Scott sits in as producer on this comedy-drama based on a novel by Jennifer Weiner. Cast: Cameron Diaz, Toni Collette, Shirley MacLaine, Mark Feuerstein. --PG-13--  For thematic material, language and some sexual content 
Internship, The  (2013)  Two out-of-work salesmen, lacking the digital-savvy skills they need to find jobs, sign on as interns at a high-tech company. While their new assignment may give them the training they need, it also means staying one step ahead of their ignorance.  Cast: Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, Josh Brener, Dylan O'Brien, Tiya Sircar, Tobit Raphael, Josh Gad, Jessica Szohr.  --PG-13--  Sexuality, some crude humor, partying and language.
Interpreter, The (2005)  Silvia Broome's (Nicole Kidman) job is to translate for her assigned delegate the complex issues faced by the United Nations. But the interpreter's daily challenge turns epic when she accidentally overhears details of a plot to assassinate a high-ranking government official. Suddenly, her existence is overshadowed by danger, and she must unravel an intricate yarn of intrigue with the help of an FBI agent (Sean Penn) in order to save herself. -- Starring: Nicole Kidman, Sean Penn, More. -- PG-13  -- For violence, some sexual content and brief strong language.
Into the Blue (2005) A group of divers discovers a dangerous deep-sea treasure in this thriller starring Paul Walker, Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin, Ashley Scott and Tyson Beckford. While diving in the deep blue waters off the Bahamas, the team finds a sunken plane with an illegal cargo worth millions. But ruthless drug kingpins are also after the plane's illicit booty, and the divers wind up in hot water as they quickly go from the hunters to the hunted.  Cast:  Paul Walker, Jessica Alba, Scott Caan, Ashley Scott, Josh Brolin, James Frain, Tyson Beckford, Dwayne Adway. -- PG-13 For intense sequences of action violence, drug material, some sexual content and language.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)  San Francisco biologist Elizabeth Driscoll (Brooke Adams) turns to health inspector Matthew Bennell (Donald Sutherland) for help when her live-in beau begins acting odd -- and distant. Matthew and Elizabeth notice that suddenly almost everyone around them has become impassive. When their friends discover a developing doppelgänger in their commercial mud baths, the foursome realizes an alien invasion is under way. Can they stop it? --PG-- 
Iron Man (2008)  After escaping from kidnappers using makeshift power armor, an ultrarich inventor and weapons maker (Robert Downey Jr.) turns his creation into a force for good by using it to fight crime. But his skills are stretched to the limit when he must face the evil Iron Monger. Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Bridges and Terrence Howard also star in director Jon Favreau's tongue-in-cheek superhero tale based on the popular Marvel comic. --PG-13-- For some intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence, and brief suggestive content.
Island, The (2005) Michael Bay's stylish sci-fi thriller stars Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johansson as members of a strictly regulated indoor futuristic colony who hope to win the lottery, a contest in which the grand prize is a trip to a utopian island, reportedly the last uncontaminated place on Earth. But a startling discovery about the true nature of "the Island" -- and their very existence -- leads the two to stage a desperate escape to the outside world. Cast: Ewan McGregor, Scarlett Johansson, Djimon Hounsou, Steve Buscemi. --PG-13-- For intense sequences of violence and action, some sexuality and language 
Italian Job, The  (2003)  Charlie Croker (Mark Walhberg) leads a gang that manages to pull off a major heist and steal a carload of gold stashed in a safe that they've stolen from Charlie's former crony (Ed Norton), who filched it from Charlie in the first place. But can they get away with the heist -- for good? Charlize Theron, Seth Green and Donald Sutherland co-star.  Cast:  Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton, Seth Green, Donald Sutherland, Jason Statham, Mos Def. -- PG-13 -- For violence and some language
It's a Wonderful Life (1946) It's a wonderful film. Frank Capra's inverted take on A Christmas Carol stars Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey, a good man who's spent a lifetime giving up on his dreams in order to keep life in his small town humming. When a guardian angel named Clarence finds a despondent George poised to jump off a bridge, he shows George what life would've been like had he never been born. Cast: James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore, Thomas Mitchell. --PG-- 
Jane Doe (2001)  Jane Doe (Teri Hatcher) was in the computer security business only a few days ago. Now, she's on the run and needs protection of her own, hunted for a murder she didn't commit and sought by corporate goons and federal agents for a disc they believe she possesses. But Miss Doe soon gets fed up with this case of mistaken identity and reforms herself into a fighting machine, quickly turning the tables on those who hunt her. Rob Lowe co-stars. --PG-13--  Violence.
Jeremiah Johnson (1972)  Loner Robert Redford seeks isolation in the mountains, but he's forced to battle nature's inconstancy and nearly every American Indian in the vicinity to survive. Redford persuaded director Sydney Pollack to film in Utah, ensuring that the movie would have a breathtaking backdrop. Redford's quiet performance (he speaks perhaps 30 lines of dialogue in the whole film) makes Jeremiah Johnson a true solo turn. Cast: Robert Redford, Will Geer,  Josh Albee, Delle Bolton, Danny Bonaduce, Stefan Gierasch, Allyn Ann McLerie, Charles Tyner --PG--  
Jobs  (2013)  Ashton Kutcher delivers a tour de force performance as Apple founder Steve Jobs in this biopic that spans three decades of the entrepreneur's life. The story follows Jobs from the obscurity of a Palo Alto garage to global fame as a technology icon.  Cast:  Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, Josh Gad, Lukas Haas, J.K. Simmons, Lesley Ann Warren, Ron Eldard, Ahna O'Reilly, Victor Rasuk, John Getz, Kevin Dunn, James Woods, Matthew Modine.  --PG-13--
Joe Versus the Volcano (1990) When Joe (Tom Hanks) discovers he has a "brain cloud" and will die soon, he quits his oppressive job and travels to the island of Waponi Woo, whose natives need a human sacrifice to appease their volcano god. On his way there, Joe falls in love with Patricia (Meg Ryan), and the two bravely face their destiny -- and the volcano's inferno -- hand in hand. A whimsical, soul-stirring romantic comedy. Cast: Tom Hanks, Meg Ryanand Robert Stack. --PG--
Joyful Noise  (2012)  Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah square off in this big-hearted comedy about a flat-broke town choir whose members dream of winning a national contest. However, the stars' struggle for leadership could scuttle the group's harmony and hopes of success.  Cast: Queen Latifah, Dolly Parton, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Jordan, Dexter Darden, Courtney B. Vance, Jesse L. Martin, Kirk Franklin, Kris Kristofferson  --PG-13-- Some language including a sexual reference.
Jurassic Park III (2001) In need of funds for research, Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) accepts a large sum of money to accompany Paul and Amanda Kirby (William H. Macy and Tea Leoni) on an aerial tour of the infamous Isla Sorna. It isn't long before all hell breaks loose and the stranded wayfarers must fight for survival as a host of new -- and even more deadly -- dinosaurs try to make snacks of them. Laura Dern, Michael Jeter, Alessandro Nivola and Trevor Morgan co-star. Cast: Sam Neill, Tea Leoni, William H. Macy, Michael Jeter, Laura Dern, John Diehl. --PG-13--  Some language including a sexual reference
Just Like Heaven (2005)  Shortly after David Abbott (Mark Ruffalo) moves into his new San Francisco digs, he has an unwelcome visitor on his hands: winsome Elizabeth Martinson (Reese Witherspoon), who asserts that the apartment is hers -- and promptly vanishes. When she starts appearing and disappearing at will, David thinks she's a ghost, while Elizabeth is convinced she's alive. Their quest for the truth ultimately leads to love in this spectral romantic comedy. Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Mark Ruffalo, Donal Logue, Dina Waters. --PG-13-- For some sexual content.
Just My Luck (2006)  After a chance meeting with a rock group's jinxed manager (Chris Pine), independent New Yorker Ashley (Lindsay Lohan) discovers that she's caught his bad luck like a disease. Her only hope of restoring her charmed existence is to stalk the band and find her man, but in the process, she ends up falling for him. Samaire Armstrong, Carlos Ponce and Bree Turner costar in this quirky romantic comedy featuring music by British pop rockers McFly. Cast: Lindsay Lohan, Chris Pine, Samaire Armstrong, Carlos Ponce --PG-13--  For some brief sexual references.
Kate & Leopold (2001)  Chick-flick favorite Meg Ryan is Kate, a woman who's been burned by love. Her scientist ex-boyfriend discovers a portal to travel through time, and he brings back a 19th century nobleman named Leopold (Hugh Jackman) to prove it. A skeptical Kate reluctantly takes responsibility for showing Leopold the 21st century ropes and soon falls for him. But Leopold must go back or forever change history. --PG-13-- For brief strong language.
Kicking & Screaming (2005) Family dysfunction plays out on the soccer field in this lively comedy. When family man Phil Weston (Will Ferrell) takes a job coaching his 10-year-old son's talented soccer team, he winds up going head to head with his ultra-competitive father, Buck (Robert Duvall), who coaches an opposing team. With the league championship at stake, father and son reignite old battles and go to hilarious extremes as they compete for the shiny trophy. Cast: Will Ferrell,  Robert Duvall, Steven Anthony Lawrence, Mike Ditka.  --PG-- For thematic elements, language and some crude humor 
King and I, The (1956) This musical masterpiece tells the true story of Englishwoman Anna Leonowens (Deborah Kerr), who comes to Siam as a teacher to the royal court in the 1860s and finds herself at odds with the stubborn monarch (Yul Brynner). Brynner's Academy Award-winning performance and the unforgettable Rodgers and Hammerstein score, including the songs "Hello, Young Lovers," "Shall We Dance?" and "Getting to Know You," give this film its enduring charm. --PG--
Kidnapped (2005)  This BBC drama adapted from Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel captures life in a politically divided Scotland circa 1751, as seen through the eyes of orphan Davie Balfour (James Pearson). Setting out to discover the world -- and to make his claim to a family inheritance -- the young Davie learns about life by immersing himself in it. Along the way, he crosses paths with a regiment of British soldiers and a band of bloodthirsty slave traders.  Cast: Iain Glen, Paul McGann, Adrian Dunbar, Andrew Robertt, James Pearson, Kirstin Smith.  --PG-13--
Kidnapped (1995)  Francis Ford Coppola executive produced this mini series adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic adventure novel about a boy who's kidnapped and sold into slavery while searching for his rightful inheritance. From the family-oriented "Timeless Adventures" series. Cast:  Brian McCardie, Armand Assante.  --PG-13--
King Arthur (2004) Antoine Fuqua's thrilling take on the myth of Camelot is steeped in gritty realism and the politics of the time. King Arthur (Clive Owen) and the Knights of the Round Table are struggling to retain power in their distant land amid a shaky political landscape. As the Roman Empire falls and everyone's trying to wrest control, time is marching toward the Dark Ages. Co-stars Stephen Dillane as Merlin and Keira Knightley as Guinevere. Cast: Clive Owen, Stephen Dillane, Keira Knightley, Ioan Gruffudd  --Not Rated--
King Kong (2005)  Set in the 1930s, Peter Jackson's remake follows a group of adventurous explorers and filmmakers to mysterious Skull Island in search of a legendary giant gorilla known as King Kong. The team battles dinosaurs and, with the help of a beautiful woman, manages to capture the mighty ape and ship him back to New York. King Kong goes on display, but his heart is stronger than his shackles. … Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody and Andy Serkis star. Cast: Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Andy Serkis. --PG-13--  For frightening adventure violence and some disturbing images.
Knowing (2008)  Fifty years after a time capsule was buried at a local school, teacher John Koestler (Nicolas Cage) examines its contents and discovers that it holds many shockingly true predictions. Soon, John is convinced that his family will play a role in an impending apocalypse. Rose Byrne co-stars as Diane Wayland, the daughter of the woman who first buried the capsule, in this tense blockbuster thriller from ace sci-fi auteur Alex Proyas. --PG-13--  For disaster sequences, disturbing images and brief strong language.
K-Pax (2001)  Kevin Spacey plays Prot, an extraterrestrial from the planet K-PAX (or so he'd have us believe). Psychiatrist Jeff Bridges doesn't buy any of Prot's bilge -- that is, until the Ray-Ban-wearin' spaceman starts talking to dogs (and understanding them!) and pulling off other artful tricks like a funkified Mary Poppins. It's entertainment so far out, all we can say is, "Beam us up!" --PG-13-- For a sequence of violent images, and brief language and sensuality.
Lackawanna Blues (2005)  Playwright Ruben Santiago-Hudson stars in this version of his Obie Award-winning stage drama directed by George C. Wolfe. Rachel "Nanny" Crosby (S. Epatha Merkerson) lives in a house in Lackawanna, N.Y., that she opens up to anyone looking for a place to rest and regroup. Times are changing as segregation loses its grip, and each person passing through has a tale to tell, influencing the young boy, Junior, whom Nanny has taken in as her own.  Cast:  S. Epatha Merkerson, Marcus Franklin, Mos Def, Carmen Ejogo, Louis Gossett Jr., Macy Gray, Terrence Dashon Howard, Ernie Hudson, Delroy Lindo, Rosie Perez. -- PG 13 --
Ladder 49 (2004)  Trapped in a horrendous factory fire that may kill him, a fireman (Joaquin Phoenix) looks back at his life, career and marriage while he waits for the remote possibility that his company -- Ladder 49 -- may rescue him, if they can just reach him in time. John Travolta plays Phoenix's fire chief and mentor, and Jacinda Barrett plays Phoenix's wife. Directed by Jay Russell. Cast:  Joaquin Phoenix, John Travolta, Jacinda Barrett, Morris Chestnut, Kevin Daniels, Robert Patrick, Kevin Chapman, Balthazar Getty, Jay Hernandez, Billy Burke, Tim Guinee. -- PG-13-- For for intense fire and rescue situations, and for language.
Ladies in Lavender (2004)  It's 1936, and two sisters, Janet and Ursula Widdington (Maggie Smith and Judi Dench), are at their beach house in Cornwall for some rest and relaxation. But their idyll is interrupted when they chance upon a mystery man awash on the beach and decide to nurse him back to health. Turns out he's Andrea (Daniel Bruhl), a violinist who was bound for America when his ship encountered trouble. Before long, he takes the quiet fishing village by storm. … Cast: Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Natascha McElhone, Daniel Bruhl --PG-13--  For brief strong language.
Lady in the Water (2006)  Helmed by Oscar-nominated director M. Night Shyamalan, this unconventional bedtime story was first conceived as a fable for his children. When apartment building manager Cleveland Heep (Paul Giamatti) discovers a water nymph (Bryce Dallas Howard) residing in the complex's swimming pool, he rearranges his life to help her return to her mythical home. But if he fails, it may mean the end for her world -- and for his. Cast: Bob Balaban, Mary Beth Hurt, Jeffrey Wright, Bill Irwin.  Cast: Bob Balaban, Mary Beth Hurt, Jeffrey Wright, Bill Irwin. --PG-13--  For some frightening sequences 
Lake House, The (2006)  Speed co-stars Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves reteam for romance in director Alejandro Agresti's remake of the Korean film Siworae, exploring a mysterious mailbox that somehow bridges time. After moving away from her peaceful lakeside home, a lonely physician (Bullock) begins writing letters to the frustrated architect (Reeves) who now occupies the building, only to discover that they're living two years apart. Cast: Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock, Christopher Plummer, Shohreh Aghdashloo. --PG-13--  For some language and a disturbing image.
Lakeview Terrace (2008)  Director Neil LaBute's taut thriller follows the Mattsons -- Chris (Patrick Wilson) and Lisa (Kerry Washington) -- as they settle into their Los Angeles dream house, only to be hassled by their off-kilter neighbor, police officer Abel Turner (Samuel L. Jackson). It seems Turner disapproves of the couple's interracial marriage and is determined to drive them away, but as the harassment turns violent, the newlyweds are forced fight back. --PG-13-- For intense thematic material, violence, sexuality, language and some drug references. 
Lassie (1994) The dog everyone loves now leaps into the '90s in this all-new, exciting, updated version of Lassie! Determined to start a new life in the country, the Turner family leaves the city for the wilds of Virginia. When they arrive, they are helped by a homeless collie who becomes part of their lives. Cast:
Richard Farnsworth, Thomas Guiry, Jon Tenney, Helen Slater, Frederic Forrest, Michelle Williams. --PG-- For some pre-teen mischief, mild language and suspenseful action 
Last Holiday (2006)  When her doctor gives her the worst possible news -- that she has a terminal illness -- a timid woman (Queen Latifah) decides to throw caution to the wind, break out of her shell and take a no-holds-barred European vacation. But while she's celebrating her last hurrah, she touches the lives of everyone around her. L.L. Cool J, Timothy Hutton, Gerard Depardieu, Alicia Witt and Giancarlo Esposito co-star in Wayne Wang's life-affirming comedy. Cast: Queen Latifah, Cynthia LeBlanc, Elton LeBlanc, LL Cool J --PG-13--  For some sexual reference.
Last Mimzy, The (2007) After Emma (Rhiannon Leigh Wryn) and Noah (Chris O'Neil) discover a mysterious box of toys that's been sent from the future, the siblings start to develop some inexplicable, unearthly abilities in this family adventure. As their mother (Joely Richardson) and teacher (Rainn Wilson) delve deeper into the mystery, the adults as well as the children are drawn into a strange and unpredictable world, and escaping may not be an option. --PG-- For some thematic elements, mild peril and language.
Last Vegas  (2013)  Four sixtysomething pals -- Billy, Paddy, Archie and Sam -- gather in Las Vegas to celebrate Billy's upcoming nuptials with the intention of running wild for four straight days. But Sin City has gotten a lot crazier than they could've ever imagined.  Cast: Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Kevin Kline, Mary Steenburgen, Jerry Ferrara, Roger Bart, Weronika Rosati, Romany Malco, Jena Sims, Autumn Dial, Bre Blair.  --PG-13--  Sexual content and language.
Laws of Attraction (2004)  Manhattan divorce attorneys and bitter rivals Audrey (Julianne Moore) and Daniel (Pierce Brosnan) wind up getting hitched after a night of drinking. Disgusted with their actions, the two nonetheless realize they must stay married to retain their prominent careers. Will getting married before falling in love prove to be the secret to staying together? Co-stars Parker Posey and Michael Sheen.  Cast:  Pierce Brosnan, Julianne Moore, Parker Posey, Michael Sheen, Nora Dunn, Frances Fisher, Mina Badie.  -- PG-13 For sexual content and language.
Left Behind II: Tribulation Force (2002)  In a world where thousands of people disappeared mysteriously in an event called "The Rapture," the Christians left behind find themselves threatened by a powerful man they believe to be the Antichrist: U.N. President Nicolae Carpathia. Led by TV reporter Buck Williams (Kirk Cameron), Pastor Bruce Barnes (Clarence Gilyard) and pilot Rayford Steele (Brad Johnson), the survivors join forces for the ultimate showdown between good and evil. Cast: Kirk Cameron, Brad Johnson, Cindy Gomez, Clarence Gilyard Jr. --PG-13--  For violence.
Left Behind: The Movie (2000) When 100 million people vanish from earth, Global News Network reporter Buck Williams (Kirk Cameron) follows the mystery as pilot Ray Steele tries to locate his wife and son. As he digs deeper, he finds that the answers may lie in the Bible. Based on the best-selling novel by Christian evangelist Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, Left Behind is a chilling look at the chaos that follows Judgment Day. Cast:  Brad Johnson, Chelsea Noble, Kirk Cameron, Clarence Gilyard Jr. --PG-13-- For violence.
Left Behind: World At War (2005)  In the wake of a global catastrophe that saw millions of people vanish from Earth, a man named Nicolae Carpathia (Gordon Currie) steps forward to provide leadership via his New World Government. Although U.S. President Fitzhugh (Louis Gossett Jr.) supports him, others -- mostly born-again Christians -- believe he's the Antichrist. Is it too late for dogged Christian journalist Buck Williams (Kirk Cameron) to persuade Fitzhugh to join the fight?  Cast: Lou Gosset Jr., Kirk Cameron, Brad Johnson, Jessica Steen. --PG-13--  For violence.
Left Luggage (1998)  A liberal Jewish philosophy student (Laura Fraser) in early 1970s Antwerp, Belgium, takes a job as nanny to the 4-year-old son (Adam Monty) of a strict Hasidic family. Despite the generational and cultural conflicts the nanny encounters, the experience opens her mind to the depth of both her Jewish identity and that of her Holocaust survivor parents. Actor Jeroen Krabbe (Prince of Tides), who plays the boy's father, makes his directorial debut. Cast:  Laura Fraser, Adam Monty, Isabella Rossellini, Jeroen Krabbe, Topol, Marianne Sagebrecht, Maximilian Schell, David Bradley, Miriam Margolyes, Huw Garmon, Antonie Kamerling, Michael Pas. -- Not Rated.
Les Misérables  (2012) The musical version of Victor Hugo's epic tale of love and sacrifice, first produced for the stage in 1985, now receives the big-screen treatment. The bloody era of the French Revolution is the backdrop to Jean Valjean's long struggle for redemption.  Cast: Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Sacha Baron Cohen, Helena Bonham Carter, Eddie Redmayne, Aaron Tveit, Samantha Barks, Colm Wilkinson, Bertie Carvel.  --PG-13 -- Suggestive and sexual material, violence and thematic elements.
Liar Liar (1997)  Lawyer Fletcher Reede (Jim Carrey) lies … constantly, a habit that's decimated his marriage to Audrey (Maura Tierney). But when his son Max (Justin Cooper) makes a birthday wish -- which somehow comes true -- Fletcher finds that, for once, he cannot lie: not to help a client, not to stop himself from blurting the truth about his firm's senior partners, not for a full 24 hours in director Tom Shadyac's Golden Globe-nominated comedy. Cast:  Jim Carrey, Cary Elwes, Jennifer Tilly, Swoosie Kurtz, Maura Tierney, Amanda Donohoe, Justin Cooper. -- PG-13 For sex related humor and language.
Life of Pi  (2012)  Based on Yann Martel's best-selling novel, this coming-of-age tale recounts the adventures of Pi, an Indian boy who is the sole survivor of a shipwreck. Pi finds himself on a lifeboat with only some zoo animals for company. Cast:  Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan, Ayush Tandon, Gautam Belur, Adil Hussain, Tabu, Ayan Khan, Mohd Abbas Khaleeli, Vibish Sivakumar, Rafe Spall, Gérard Depardieu --PG-- Emotional thematic content throughout, and some scary action sequences and peril.
Life or Something Like It (2002) A reporter (Angelina Jolie) with a shallow, meaningless life interviews a psychic homeless man named Prophet Jack (Tony Shalhoub) who informs her that her life will end in just a few days. The wake-up call emboldens her to try and change things around ... hopefully, for the better. Stockard Channing scores as an investigative reporter modeled after Barbara Walters, and Edward Burns co-stars as Jolie's beleaguered cameraman. Co-stars Edward Burns and Stockard Channing.  --PG-13-- For sexual content, brief violence and language 
Limitless  (2011)  With his writing career dragging and his girlfriend casting him off, Eddie Morra's life turns around when he takes a drug that provides astonishing mental focus -- but its deadly side effects threaten his future.  Cast:
Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Abbie Cornish, Andrew Howard, Anna Friel, Johnny Whitworth, Tomas Arana, Robert John Burke, Darren Goldstein.  -- PG-13 --
Lincoln   (2012)  Director Steven Spielberg takes on the towering legacy of Abraham Lincoln, focusing on his stewardship of the Union during the Civil War years. The biographical saga also reveals the conflicts within Lincoln's cabinet regarding the war and abolition.  Cast:  Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, David Strathairn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, James Spader, Hal Holbrook, Tommy Lee Jones, Jackie Earle Haley, John Hawkes, Jared Harris, Joseph Cross, Tim Blake Nelson, David Oyelowo, Bruce McGill. --PG-13 -- An intense scene of war violence, some images of carnage and brief strong language.
Little Black Book (2004) Determined to learn the truth about her secretive boyfriend, Derek (Ron Livingston), Stacy (Brittany Murphy) becomes a bona fide snoop in this comedy. Associate producer of Kippie Kann's (Kathy Bates) popular talk show, Stacy's dying to find out about Derek's past relationships. Helped by Barb (Holly Hunter), she gets the names of his ex-lovers and interviews them, supposedly for an upcoming show. But what she learns only adds to her confusion. Cast: Brittany Murphy, Ron Livingston, Kathy Bates, Holly Hunter --PG-13--  For sexual content/humor and language.
Little House on the Prairie (2-Disc Series) (2005)  Disney's adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder's novel chronicles the Ingalls' wagon trek from Wisconsin to Kansas, where dad Charles (Cameron Bancroft) will claim a new parcel of land. During the dangerous journey, mom Caroline (Erin Cottrell) copes while daughters Laura (Kyle Chavarria) and Mary (Daniell Chuchran) thrill in the adventure. In Kansas, Charles builds a new home and befriends wisecracking neighbor Edwards (Gregory Spencer). --PG--  Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
Live and Let Die (1973)  Roger Moore debuts as suave secret agent James Bond, who's sent to the United States to go after a master criminal scheming to take over the country by turning the populace into heroin junkies. Paul McCartney provides the Oscar-nominated title tune.  Cast: Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, Jane Seymour, Clifton James, Julius Harris, Geoffrey Holder, David Hedison, Gloria Hendry, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell -- PG -- Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
Live From Baghdad (2002)  Based on a nonfiction book of the same name, Live from Baghdad explores how CNN producers Robert Wiener (Michael Keaton), Igrid Formanek (Helena Bonham Carter) and their crew brushed aside their own personal safety to bring us news of the impending Persian Gulf War in the 1980s. With the help of reporters Bernard Shaw (Robert Wisdom), Peter Arnett (Bruce McGill) and John Holliman (John Carroll Lynch), CNN scooped the four major networks.  --  Starring: Michael Keaton, Helena Bonham Carter, More.  --  Not rated. 
Lone Ranger, The  (2013)  In this reboot of the 1950s television series, Native American warrior Tonto rescues wounded lawman John Reid and restores him to health, thus creating an often-contentious but effective partnership as they attempt to rid the Old West of corruption.  Cast: Johnny Depp, Armie Hammer, William Fichtner, Tom Wilkinson, Ruth Wilson, Helena Bonham Carter, James Badge Dale, Bryant Prince, Barry Pepper.  --PG-13--  Sequences of intense action and violence, and some suggestive material.
Lorax, The - Dr. Seuss (2012)  This animated adaptation of the incisive Dr. Seuss classic features the voice of Danny DeVito as the Lorax, a forest-dwelling creature who labors to prevent the short-sighted Once-ler from decimating the environment in order to turn a profit.  Cast:  Zac Efron, Taylor Swift, Betty White, Ed Helms, Danny DeVito, Rob Riggle. --PG-- Brief mild language
Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997) Four years after Jurassic Park's genetically bred dinosaurs ran amok, multimillionaire John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) shocks chaos theorist Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) by revealing that Hammond has been breeding more beasties at a secret location. Malcolm, his paleontologist ladylove (Julianne Moore) and a wildlife videographer (Vince Vaughn) join an expedition to document the lethal lizards' natural behavior in this action-packed thriller. Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Moore, Arliss Howard, Pete Postlethwaite. --PG-13--  For intense sci-fi terror and violence.
Lot Like Love, A (2005)  Oliver Geary (Ashton Kutcher) and Emily Friehl (Amanda Peet) meet on a flight from Los Angeles to New York City and proclaim unequivocally that despite their mutual attraction, the two couldn't be a worse match. But during the next seven years, destiny takes a hand, reuniting the casual acquaintances time and again. Will they realize their love was meant to be? Kathryn Hahn and Jeremy Sisto costar in director Nigel Cole's romantic comedy. Cast: Amanda Peet, Ashton Kutcher, Taryn Manning, Aimee Garcia. --PG-13-- For sexual content, nudity and language.
Love Comes Softly (2003)  Set on the Western frontier, this tale follows a newly widowed pioneer woman as she tries to survive life on the open range. After her husband dies, Marty (Katherine Heigl) heeds the advice of friends (Corbin Bernsen and Theresa Russell) by marrying a man (Dale Midkiff) she doesn't love and caring for his child (Skye McCole Bartusiak). Marty plans to stay until spring -- but when it comes time to move on, things don't turn out as she expected. Cast: Dale Midkiff, Katherine Heigl, Skye McCole Bartusiak, Corbin Bernsen --PG--
Love's Enduring Promise (2004)  Dale Midkiff, Katherine Heigl and January Jones star in this touching drama (directed by Michael Landon Jr.) about a couple, Clark and Marty Davis, who marry under pressure and still manage to shape their relationship into one of deep love and affection. While raising their children and planting roots in their frontier town, they try to befriend their neighbors and build a community that stretches beyond the comfortable boundaries of family.  Cast: January Jones, Katherine Heigl, Mackenzie Astin, Dale Midkiff --PG--
Love's Long Journey (2005)  Brimming with pioneer spirit, young marrieds Missie (Erin Cottrell) and Willie LaHaye (Logan Bartholomew) hit the trail west in a covered wagon, intending to set down roots as homesteaders. But while she's elated at the new adventure that awaits, Missie's at once saddened by the separation from her kinfolk. Armed with faith and fortitude, the couple seeks out "family" in their new home, fortuitously finding it in unexpected places.  Co-Staring:  William Morgan Sheppard, James Tupper, Irene Bedard, Colin McCabe --PG--
Love's Abiding Joy (2006) Homesteaders Missie (Erin Cottrell) and Willie LaHaye (Logan Bartholomew) are struggling to raise a family on their farm in the Old West. When Missie's father (Dale Midkiff) arrives for a visit on the newly built railroad line, an unexpected tragedy will test the family's love and faith. Directed by Michael Landon Jr., this is the fourth film adaptation in Janette Oke's Love Comes Softly literary series about life on the frontier. --PG-- For mild thematic elements.
Ma and Pa Kettle, The Adventures of (1947)  Percy Kilbride and Marjorie Main are the titular Kettles in this collection of four feature films based on the folksy, homespun series that was popular in the late 1930s and early '40s. Follow the humorous adventures of this eccentric hillbilly couple living in a rundown shack with 14 of their 15 children. Films include The Egg and I, The Further Adventures of Ma and Pa Kettle, Ma and Pa Kettle Go to Town and Ma and Pa Kettle Back on the Farm. Cast:  Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride, Richard Long, Meg Randall, Patricia Alphin, Esther Dale, Barry Kelley, Harry Antrim, Isabel O'Madigan, Ida Moore, Emory Parnell, Boyd Davis and more.
Mad Hot Ballroom (2005)  Ballroom dancing goes from lame to cool for a group of New York City public school kids in this insightful Documentary. The film follows a group of 11-year-olds as they learn to dance old-school styles including the merengue, rumba, tango, foxtrot and swing. Candid interviews capture the kids' initial reluctance at learning ballroom dance and their transformation into serious competitors determined to win a citywide competition. --PG--
Magnificent Seven, The  (1960)  Fed up with being brutalized and impoverished because of outlaw raids led by a merciless brigand (Eli Wallach), the besieged citizens of a small Mexican town hire seven American gunslingers to stave off the marauders once and for all. Badass Yul Brynner heads the band of mercenaries, which includes Hollywood luminaries Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, James Coburn and Robert Vaughn. Elmer Bernstein penned the film's unforgettable score. Cast:  Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Robert Vaughn, Brad Dexter, James Coburn, Jorge Martinez De Hoyos, Vladimir Sokoloff, Rosenda Monteros, Rico Alaniz. -- Not Rated
Maid in Manhattan (2002)  In this modern-day Cinderella story, it's love at first sight when Marissa Ventura (Jennifer Lopez) and Christopher Marshall (Ralph Fiennes) literally run into each other at a posh New York City hotel. The only problem? The fast-rising politician has mistaken Marissa for a hotel guest, when she's actually one of the chambermaids! Can love conquer class warfare? One can only hope. Cast: Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes, Natasha Richardson, Stanley Tucci --PG-13--  For some language/sexual references 
Mama  (2013)  Two girls left to fend for themselves in the forest for five lonely years after the death of their mother find refuge in the home of their uncle. But it soon becomes clear that the girls have not arrived alone in this woodsy supernatural chiller. Cast:  Jessica Chastain, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau , Megan Charpentier, Isabelle Nélisse, Daniel Kash, Julia Chantrey -- PG-13 -- Violence and terror, some disturbing images and thematic elements.
Man of the House (2005)  Texas Ranger Roland Sharp (Tommy Lee Jones) finds himself college bound when he's tapped to protect a boisterous group of University of Texas cheerleaders -- who happen to be the only witnesses to a federal snitch's murder. To keep an eye on them, Sharp goes undercover as their assistant coach, a job that requires him to live with them and master the art of choreography ... with hilarious results. Anne Archer costars as Sharp's love interest.  Cast:  Tommy Lee Jones, Cedric the Entertainer, Christina Milian, Paula Garces, Monica Keena, Vanessa Ferlito, Kelli Garner, Anne Archer, Brian Van Holt, Shea Whigham, Terry Parks. -- PG-13 For violence, sexual content, crude humor and a drug reference.
Man of the Year (2006) Directed by Barry Levinson, this comedy stars Robin Williams as the irreverent host of a political satire talk show who runs for president. But his stunt to expose Washington corruption goes further than he expects when he actually wins the election. Meanwhile, a software engineer (Laura Linney) suspects that a computer glitch is responsible for the surprising victory, but will she speak up? Cast: Christopher Walken, Robin Williams, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Linney, Lewis Black  --PG-13--  For language including some crude sexual references, drug related material, and brief violence
March of the Penguins (2004)  Award-winning photographer Luc Jacquet takes Documentary film to new heights -- and depths -- with his first feature film, a stunning insider's look at the life of the emperor penguin. The product of more than a year of filming in the brutal Antarctic ice, this official Sundance selection presents never-before-captured footage of the penguins' underwater life and explores their steadfast quest for monogamous mates. Cast: Romane Bohringer, Charles Berling, Jules Sitruk, Morgan Freeman. --G--
Marie Antoinette (2006)  Sofia Coppola directs this stylized portrait of Marie Antoinette (Kirsten Dunst), the naive Austrian princess who married Louis XVI (Jason Schwartzman) to become queen of France at age 19. The film explores the young queen's luxurious yet terribly confining lifestyle and illustrates how Marie Antoinette's youthful indiscretion and frivolity were not only her release, but ultimately, her very undoing. A Golden Palm nominee at Cannes, the film also took Oscar honors for costume design.  --PG-13--  For sexual content, partial nudity and innuendo.
Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing and Charm School (2005) Writer-director Randall Miller's heart-achingly sweet drama finds at its soft center Frank Keane (Robert Carlyle), a baker deeply despondent over the death of his wife. Frank finds redemption and hope in tragedy after he helps a stranger (John Goodman) who's sidelined by a fatal accident. It appears the man was on his way to a fateful reunion, so Frank, sparked only by good intentions, decides to show up for the rendezvous in his place. Cast: Robert Carlyle, Marisa Tomei, Mary Steenburgen, John Goodman --PG-13-- For mature situations and language. 
Mary Poppins (1964)  Julie Andrews made her screen debut and won an Oscar for her portrayal of the "practically perfect" nanny who revolutionizes the prim and proper Banks family. Dick van Dyke's unforgettable rendition of "Chim Chim Cheree" won an Oscar for best song (he's also great in the dual role of chimney sweep Bert and crotchety bank chairman Mr. Dawes Sr.), and Richard and Roger Sherman netted an Oscar for best score. It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Cast:  Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, David Tomlinson, Glynis Johns, Hermione Baddeley, Karen Doctrice, Matthew Garber, Elsa Lanchester, Arthur Treacher, Reginald Owen, Ed Wynn. -- G --
Mask, The (1994)  A meek, milquetoast bank teller (Jim Carrey) discovers a magical ancient mask that unleashes his deepest desires -- and gives him the superhuman ability to act on them. Accompanied by his canine sidekick, the mischievous action hero goes gaga for a singer (Cameron Diaz) and battles gangsters who seek the mask's powers. Inspired by The Mask comic book series, this live action/cartoon combo clinched a Best Visual Effects Oscar nomination. Cast:  Jim Carrey, Peter Riegert, Peter Greene, Amy Yasbeck, Richard Jeni, Orestes Matacena, Tim Bagley, Nancy Fish, Johnny Williams, Reg E. Cathey, Cameron Diaz. -- PG-13 For some stylized violence.
Masked & Anonymous (2003)  A wandering troubadour named Jack Fate (Bob Dylan) is busted out of prison by his former manager (John Goodman) so he can perform at one last concert that may rekindle his career -- and perhaps help bring together his divided country, which is torn by civil war. Co-stars Jeff Bridges, Penélope Cruz and Jessica Lange. Cast: Bob Dylan, John Goodman, Jessica Lange, Luke Wilson, Jeff Bridges, Ed Harris, Val Kilmer, Chris Penn, Angela Bassett, Christian Slater. --PG-13--  For some language and brief violence.
Matchstick Men (2003)  A professional con man (Nicolas Cage) struggling with an obsessive-compulsive disorder meets the daughter (Alison Lohman) he never knew he had, inadvertently jeopardizing his very organized and artificially controlled life. Sam Rockwell plays Cage's partner and protégé in the con man business, and Melora Walters plays Cage's ex-wife. Directed by Ridley Scott and based on Eric Garcia's novel of the same name. Cast:  Nicolas Cage, Sam Rockwell, Alison Lohman, Bruce Altman, Bruce McGill, Jenny O'Hara, Steve Eastin, Beth Grant, Sheila Kelley, Tim Kelleher, Melora Walters. -- PG-13 For thematic elements, violence, some sexual content and language.
Matilda  (1996)  Cursed with uncaring parents and a cruel school principal, 6-year-old Matilda escapes into books. But with a kindly teacher on her side, Matilda discovers hidden powers within herself -- which she uses to fight back against the bullies in her life.  Cast: Mara Wilson, Danny DeVito, Rhea Perlman, Embeth Davidtz, Pam Ferris. -- PG -- Elements of exaggerated meanness and ridicule, and for some mild language.
Meet the Fockers (2004) In this sequel to the hilarious Meet the Parents, ex-CIA man Jack Byrnes (Robert De Niro) and his wife Dina (Blythe Danner) head for Florida to meet son-in-law-to-be Greg's (Ben Stiller) mom and dad, Bernie (Dustin Hoffman) and Roz (Barbra Streisand) Focker. Unlike their happily matched offspring, the senior Byrnes and Fockers find themselves in a situation of opposites that don't attract!  Cast:  Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, Barbra Streisand, Blythe Danner, Teri Polo, Owen Wilson, Spencer Pickren, Bradley Pickren, Alanna Ubach. -- PG-13 For crude and sexual humor, language and a brief drug reference
Meet the Parents (2000)  Every beau's biggest fear becomes Ben Stiller's enduring nightmare when he meets his fiancée's parents (Robert De Niro and Blythe Danner) for the first time. It's a hilarious case of Murphy's Law where everything that can go wrong does go wrong, all under De Niro's hawklike gaze. Based on a low-budget 1992 movie, Meet the Parents ups the ante thanks to its high-octane cast. Cast: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Teri Polo, Blythe Danner, Nicole DeHuff, Jon Abrahams. --PG-13--  For sexual content, drug references and language.
Melinda and Melinda (2004) In Woody Allen's film, two writers see the story of a woman who comes undone at a dinner party in different ways -- one as a comedy, the other as a tragedy. Radha Mitchell stars as Melinda in both versions; in one, her problems hasten the breakup of her pal Laurel's (Chloe Sevigny and Jonny Lee Miller) marriage, while in the other, she throws another couple, Susan and Hobie (Amanda Peet and Will Ferrell), into a hilarious tizzy. --PG-13--  For adult situations involving sexuality, and some substance material.
Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) Based on Arthur Golden's novel and set in 1929, this tale follows 9-year-old Chiyo, who is sold to a Kyoto geisha house. Chiyo endures harsh treatment from the owners and head geisha Hatsumomo, who's envious of Chiyo's stunning beauty. Rescued by Hatsumomo's rival, Chiyo blooms in her role as a geisha, but World War II threatens to change her privileged life forever. Ziyi Zhang, Ken Watanabe, Michelle Yeoh and Li Gong star. Cast: Ziyi Zhang, Ken Watanabe, Koji Yakusho, Michelle Yeoh.  --PG-13--  For mature subject matter and some sexual content.
Men in Black (1997)  This sci-fi comedy stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as J and K, agents in a top secret, above-the-government agency monitoring alien activity on Earth. Before rookie agent J even breaks in his stylish black suit, the team is called to save a galaxy from a bad-tempered alien "bug" and save Earth from total annihilation. Palpable on-screen chemistry between the stars made this a big box office draw and led to the inevitable sequel. Cast:  Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Vincent D'Onofrio, Linda Fiorentino, Rip Torn. -- PG-13 For language and sci-fi violence.
Men in Black II (2002)  Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones reprise their roles as J and K, two highly secretive, highly funded and highly unofficial government agents dealing with all things evil and alien -- from "outing" aliens living among us to "protecting us from the scum of the universe." Director Barry Sonnenfeld deftly balances an outstanding cast (including the dry wit of Tony Shalhoub) with eye-popping special effects in this intergalactic action comedy.  Cast:  Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Lara Flynn Boyle, Rip Torn, Patrick Warburton, Rosario Dawson, Tony Shalhoub, Johnny Knoxville. -- PG-13 For sci-fi action violence and some provocative humor.
Michael (1996) It's an average day in the life of three sorry tabloid reporters: Go check out the old kook who claims to have an angel living with her. Sure enough, the guy's got wings, but what's with the smoking, drinking and womanizing? During a cross-country trip with angel Michael (John Travolta), his unconventional methods work their heavenly magic on the reporters. Nora Ephron (When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle) wrote the script. Cast:  John Travolta, Andie MacDowell, William Hurt, Bob Hoskins, Jean Stapleton, Robert Pastorelli. -- PG -- For a mild barroom brawl, some language and sensuality.
Million Dollar Baby (2004)  This multiple Oscar winner follows a determined young athlete who, through her sheer determination, awakens a long-lost fire within two aging boxers. Despondent over a painful estrangement from his daughter, trainer Frankie Dunn (Clint Eastwood) isn't prepared for boxer Maggie Fitzgerald (Hilary Swank) to enter his life. Maggie's determined to go pro, and she eventually convinces Dunn and his cohort (Morgan Freeman) to help her get to the top.  --  Starring: Clint Eastwood, Hilary Swank, More  --  PG-13 -- For violence, some disturbing images, thematic material and language.
Minority Report (2002)  Thrills, spills and kills -- well, not the last, if Tom Cruise can help it. Cruise plays John Anderton, a top Pre-Crime cop in the late-21st century, when technology can predict crimes before they're committed. But Anderton becomes the quarry when another investigator (Colin Farrell) targets him for a murder charge. Can Anderton find a glitch in the system and prove his innocence before it's too late? Cast:  Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow, Peter Stormare, Tim Blake Nelson. -- PG-13 For violence, brief language, some sexuality and drug content.
Miracle (2004)  Relive the miracle on ice all over again as coach Herb Brooks (Kurt Russell) takes a ragtag band of college hockey players and molds them into an unstoppable juggernaut (Team USA) that did the impossible -- beat the Soviet Union and won Olympic gold at Lake Placid. Do you believe in miracles? You will after you watch this inspiring movie.  Cast:  Kurt Russell, Patricia Clarkson, Noah Emmerich, Sean McCann, Kenneth Welsh, Eddie Cahill, Patrick O'Brien Demsey, Michael Mantenuto, Nathan West, Kenneth Mitchell, Eric Peter-Kaiser, Bobby Hanson, Joseph Cure, Billy Schneider. -- PG For language and some rough sports action.
MirrorMask (2005)  Screenwriter Neil Gaiman's masterful allegorical drama, which melds live actors with animated characters, portrays the existence of a 15-year-old girl named Helena (Stephanie Leonidas) in a civilization ruled by light and darkness. When the Light Queen loses her equal hold on the kingdom, plunging it into gloomy shadows, Helena takes it upon herself to restore the universe back to its rightful balance. Dave McKean directs. Cast: Stephanie Leonidas, Gina McKee, Rob Brydon, Jason Barry. -- PG--  For some mild thematic elements and scary images.
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous (2005) After her triumph at the Miss United States pageant, FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) becomes an overnight sensation -- and the new "face of the FBI." But when the pageant's winner, Cheryl (Heather Burns), and emcee Stan (William Shatner) are abducted, Gracie springs into action with the help of skeptical, businesslike agent Sam Fuller (Regina King). John Pasquin directs this girl-powered buddy flick. Cast:  Sandra Bullock, Regina King, Enrique Murciano, William Shatner, Ernie Hudson, Heather Burns, Diedrich Bader, Treat Williams, Abraham Benrubi, Nick Offerman, Eileen Brennan, Elisabeth Rohm. -- PG-13 For sex-related humor. 
Mission, The  1986  In the 18th century, a Jesuit missionary establishes a church in the hostile jungles of Brazil, but finds his work converting the indigenous Indians threatened by his superiors. Meanwhile, a slave hunter converts and joins the Father on his mission.  Cast:  Robert De Niro, Jeremy Irons, Ray McAnally, Aidan Quinn, Cherie Lunghi, Liam Neeson, Ronald Pickup, Chuck Low, Bercelio Moya. --PG -- Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
Mission: Impossible (1996)  Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) is the leader of a crack espionage team whose perilous operation goes awry. Now a fugitive, Hunt finds that a mole has penetrated the CIA, and Hunt himself is the No. 1 suspect. To clear his name, Hunt must ferret out the real double agent and even the score in director Brian De Palma's big-screen remake of the popular 1960s TV series. Gadgets, effects, and spectacular action sequences abound. Cast: Tom Cruise, Jon Voight, Ving Rhames, Vanessa Redgrave. --PG-13--  For some intense action violence.
Mommie Dearest  (1981)  Based on Christina Crawford's scandalous tell-all memoir, Mommie Dearest paints a portrait of a Joan Crawford the public never knew. The film portrays Crawford as a wicked, abusive mother who lives as though she's perpetually onscreen.  Cast:  Faye Dunaway, Diana Scarwid, Steve Forrest, Howard Da Silva, Mara Hobel, Rutanya Alda, Harry Goz, Michael Edwards, Jocelyn Brando, Priscilla Pointer. -- PG -- Some material may not be suitable for children.
Mona Lisa Smile (2003)  At Wellesley College in 1953, the all-female student population may constitute the smartest and the best, but they're still measured by how well they marry. In comes professor Katherine Watson (Julia Roberts) to challenge the status quo, which raises the ire of many administrators, some of the teachers and even a few of the students she dares to inspire. Co-stars Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles, Marcia Gay Harden and Maggie Gyllenhaal.  Cast: Julia Roberts, Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ginnifer Goodwin, Dominic West, Juliet Stevenson. -- PG-13 For sexual content and thematic issues.
Monkeybone (2001)  Cartoonist Stu Miley's (Brendan Fraser) career is on the, uh, upswing: His racy, raucous creation -- a simian named Monkeybone -- is about to become the star of a national TV show. But when a car accident puts Miley in a coma, he finds himself face to face with Monkeybone and fighting to survive in a freakish netherworld called "Downtown." Cast: Brendan Fraser, Bridget Fonda, Rose McGowan, Whoopi Goldberg.  --PG-13-- For crude humor and some nudity.
Mortal Instruments, The - City of Bones  (2013)  After teen Clary Fray witnesses a murder at a New York nightclub, a sinister stranger named Valentine attacks and kidnaps her mother. Endowed with supernatural vision, Clary recruits a band of youthful human-angel hybrids to help rescue her mother.  Cast: Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Robert Sheehan, Kevin Zegers, Lena Headey, Kevin Durand, Aidan Turner, Jemima West, Godfrey Gao, CCH Pounder, Jared Harris, Jonathan Rhys Meyers.  --PG-13--  Intense sequences of fantasy violence and action, and some suggestive content.
Monster-in-Law (2005)  Gorgeous Charlotte Cantilini (Jennifer Lopez) has finally met "Mr. Right," Dr. Kevin Fields (Michael Vartan). There's just one problem that stands in the way of everlasting bliss: Kevin's overbearing and controlling mother, Viola (Jane Fonda). Fearing she will lose her son's affections forever, Viola decides to break up the happy couple by becoming the world's worst mother-in-law. Co-stars Wanda Sykes. Robert Luketic directs. -- Starring: Jennifer Lopez, Jane Fonda, More -- PG-13  For sex references and language.
Moonrise Kingdom  (2012)  Wes Anderson's quirky drama follows the frantic search that ensues in a small New England town when two 12-year-olds fall in love and run away together. As the townsfolk hunt for the vanished kids, a storm causes even more profound communal upheaval.  Cast: Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, Bob Balaban, Harvey Keitel.  -- PG-13 --  Sexual content and smoking.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2005) Marriage has gotten stale for John and Jane Smith (Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie), a husband and wife who don't yet know that they share the same undercover line of work: They're both guns for hire. Hiding their occupations has never been a hardship for either of them … until they discover that their next assignment involves them targeting each other! Can they go through with their respective missions, or will love prevail? Cast:  Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Vince Vaughn, Adam Brody, Kerry Washington, Keith David, Chris Weitz. -- PG-13 For sequences of violence, intense action, sexual content and brief strong language.
Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont (2005)  Joan Plowright takes the title role in this heartwarming drama, based on the best-selling novel by the same name. After traveling to London to be closer to her 26-year-old grandson (Lorcan O'Toole), the recently widowed Mrs. Palfrey moves into a local hotel while she waits -- and waits -- for him to return her calls. But when fate introduces her to a kindly young writer (Rupert Friend), she finds the family she's always wanted. Cast: Joan Plowright, Rupert Friend, Anna Massey, Zoe Tapper. --NR-- 
Much Ado About Nothing (1993)  Complications, pranks and peerless word play: This must be Shakespeare! Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson star as Benedick and Beatrice, two marriage-phobic rivals in Florence, Italy. Hero (Kate Beckinsale) and Claudio (Robert Sean Leonard) try to hook up the two B's despite tenacious resistance. Denzel Washington, Michael Keaton and Keanu Reeves round out a cast that cavorts amid sumptuous Tuscan scenery. --PG-13--  For momentary sensuality 
Mummy Returns, The  (2001)  Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz return as the intrepid Egyptologists in this rousing sequel. This time they unearth a prehistoric relic capable of releasing cataclysmic forces and satanic warriors led by the sinister Scorpion King (pro wrestler Dwayne Johnson, aka "The Rock"). Meanwhile, evil mummy Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo), revived by his reincarnated paramour, schemes to snatch control of the Scorpion King's power from its unsuspecting sentinels. Cast:  Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Oded Fehr, Patricia Velazquez, Freddie Boath, Alun Armstrong, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Aharon Ipale. -- PG-13 For adventure action and violence.
Must Love Dogs (2005) Divorcée Sarah Nolan (Diane Lane) isn't ready for romance. But when her sister (Elizabeth Perkins) signs her up for an online dating service, love-seeking mates come calling. While one Mr. Maybe (Dermot Mulroney) is rife with possibilities, another (John Cusack) is even more intriguing. Still, there's just one problem: While this second eligible bachelor's ad states that his dream woman "Must Love Dogs," neither he nor Sarah actually owns one. Cast: Diane Lane, John Cusack, Elizabeth Perkins, Dermot Mulroney, Christopher Plummer, Stockard Channing. --PG-13-- For sexual content 
My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)  Nia Vardalos plays Toula Portokalos, a single Greek woman who falls in love with a non-Greek (John Corbett), which is a no-no to her strict family -- especially her commanding mother, Maria (Lainie Kazan), and her traditional father, Gus (Michael Constantine). Think of it as a cross between Meet the Parents and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner … with a flavoring on the souvlaki side. Cast:  Nia Vardalos, John Corbett, Michael Constantine, Lainie Kazan, Andrea Martin, Joey Fatone, Gia Carides, Fiona Reid, Bruce Gray, Louis Mandylor, Ian Gomez. -- PG For sensuality and language.
Nanny McPhee  (2005)  The recently widowed Mr. Brown and his domineering aunt can't seem to control the numerous and naughty Brown children until Nanny McPhee comes to stay. Now, with the help of some magic and a little discipline, their household runs like clockwork.  Cast: Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, Kelly Macdonald, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Eliza Bennett, Jennifer Rae Daykin, Raphaël Coleman, Samuel Honywood, Derek Jacobi, Patrick Barlow, Celia Imrie, Imelda Staunton, Angela Lansbury, Adam Godley. -- PG-- Mild thematic elements, some rude humor and brief language.
Napoleon Dynamite (2004)  This indie favorite follows Napoleon Dynamite (Jon Heder), a quirky, ninja-loving teenager growing up in the far reaches of Idaho. Napoleon's life gets complicated when his shady Uncle Rico (John Gries) shows up, a shy girl (Tina Majorino) starts showing him some attention and his best friend Pedro (Efren Ramirez) decides to run for school president. Nominated for a Grand Jury Prize at Sundance in 2004. Cast:  Jon Heder, Jon Gries, Aaron Ruell, Efren Ramirez, Tina Majorino. -- PG For thematic elements and language.
National Security  (2003)  After an altercation with police academy washout Earl Montgomery costs cop Hank Rafferty his job, he becomes a security guard -- and is stunned to find himself paired with Earl. Can the duo put aside their hostilities to bust a smuggling ring?  Cast: Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn, Colm Feore, Bill Duke, Eric Roberts, Timothy Busfield, Robinne Lee, Matt McCoy, Brett Cullen, Joe Flaherty, Mari Morrow, Ken Lerner, Stephen Tobolowsky, Keith Cooke. -- PG-13 -- Violence, language and some sensuality.
National Treasure (2004)  Modern treasure hunters, led by archaeologist Ben Franklin Gates (Nicolas Cage), search for a treasure chest rumored to have been stashed away by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin as funds for the Revolutionary War. The whereabouts of the chest may lie in a secret code embedded in the U.S. Constitution and in a map drawn on the back of the Declaration of Independence. Co-stars Diane Kruger, Sean Bean and Harvey Keitel.  Cast:  Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Sean Bean, Jon Voight, Harvey Keitel, Christopher Plummer, David Dayan Fisher, Stewart Finlay-McLennan, Oleg Taktarov, Stephen Pope, Annie Parisse. -- PG For action violence and some scary images.
National Velvet (1944)  Although it's a vintage flick resurrected from Hollywood's vaults, National Velvet is first-rate entertainment. Among its highlights are a young and beguiling Elizabeth Taylor as the horse-crazy Velvet Brown; Mickey Rooney as the peripatetic lad who coaches her to greatness; and a thrilling race finale as Taylor and her horse go undercover to compete in England's famed Grand National Steeplechase race!  Cast:  Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor, Donald Crisp, Anne Revere, Angela Lansbury. -- G --
Newton Boys, The (1998)  Four Texas-born brothers (Vincent D'Onofrio, Ethan Hawke, Matthew McConaughey and Skeet Ulrich) ignite a crime spree in the 1920s, robbing more than 200 banks across the nation. In a career highlight, the unexpectedly compassionate team racks up a $3 million dollar prize and pulls off the largest train robbery in U.S. history. Based on actual events, the film contains a "Tonight Show" interview from 1980 that features two of the original Newtons.  Cast:  Matthew McConaughey, Ethan Hawke, Skeet Ulrich, Vincent D'Onofrio, Julianna Margulies, Dwight Yoakam. --PG-13--  
New World, The (2005)  Set in 1607 at the founding of the Jamestown Settlement, Terrence Malick's epic adventure chronicles the extraordinary actions of explorer John Smith (Colin Farrell) and Native American princess Pocahontas (Q'Orianka Kilcher). As English settlers and Native Americans clash, Smith and Pocahontas find their worlds colliding and their hearts entwined, but ancestral loyalty may tear them apart. Christian Bale and Christopher Plummer co-star. Cast: Christian Bale, Colin Farrell, David Thewlis, Christopher Plummer --Pg-13--  For some intense battle sequences.
Next (2007)  Las Vegas magician Cris Johnson (Nicolas Cage) can see a few minutes into the future, an ability he uses to enhance his shows -- and to win at blackjack. But when FBI counterterror agent (Julianne Moore) wants his help in thwarting a nuclear attack on Los Angeles, Cris finds his psychic skills put to the ultimate test. Based on Philip K. Dick's short story "The Golden Man," this sci-fi thriller co-stars Jessica Biel and Peter Falk. --PG-13--  For intense sequences of violent action, and some language.
Noel (2004)  Five New Yorkers face Christmas Eve alone in this meditation on what lies at the root of the holiday spirit. Rose (Susan Sarandon) tries to connect with her dying mother. Nina (Penélope Cruz) and her boyfriend (Paul Walker) are in love but must work through his jealousy issues. Artie (Alan Arkin) thinks his late wife's spirit lives in someone else's body. And Jules (Marcus Thomas) is a brutalized man yearning for peace. Chazz Palminteri directs. Cast:  Penelope Cruz, Susan Sarandon, Paul Walker, Alan Arkin, Marcus Thomas, Chazz Palminteri, David Julian Hirsh, Chantal Lonergan, Erika Rosenbaum, Ruth Chiang, Scott Faulconbridge, Marcia Bennett. -- PG For sensuality, thematic material and some language.
North by Northwest (1959)  What if everyone around you was suddenly convinced you were a spy? Cary Grant plays an advertising executive who looks a little too much like someone else and is forced to go on the lam (helped along by Eva Marie Saint). Hitchcock's sure-handed comic drama pits Grant against a crop duster and lands him in a fight for his life on Mount Rushmore. A cliffhanger if ever there was one!  Cast: Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint, James Mason. Jessie Royce, Landis, Leo G. Carrol, Martin Landau. --PG-13--
Notebook, The  (2004) Based on a Nicholas Sparks novel, this drama chronicles an enduring love that withstands both war and disease. It begins in a nursing home, where a man (James Garner) arrives every day armed with a notebook from which he reads stories about a couple, Noah and Allie (played by Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams), to an unresponsive woman (Gena Rowlands). Who are the characters in the book, and why does the stranger insist on reading about them aloud?  Cast:  Ryan Gosling, Rachel McAdams, James Garner, Gena Rowlands, James Marsden, Sam Shepard, David Thornton, Joan Allen, Kevin Connolly, Tim Ivey, Starletta DuPois. -- PG-13 -- For some sexuality.
Nut Job, The (2014)  When his grouchy attitude gets him kicked out of the park, Surly the squirrel hatches a plan to rob Maury's Nut Shop to stock up for winter. But the heist won't be easy, especially with a nasty raccoon threatening to disrupt it at every turn.  Cast:  Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Gabriel Iglesias, Jeff Dunham, Liam Neeson, Katherine Heigl, Stephen Lang, Maya Rudolph, Sarah Gadon, James Rankin. -- PG -- Mild action and rude humor.
Ocean's Eleven (1960)  The summit meeting of Frank Sinatra's "Rat Pack" of cronies (Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford), Ocean's Eleven was filmed on location in Las Vegas during the daylight-hour downtime between the group's ongoing gig at the Sands Hotel. Sinatra and his ex-Army buddies decide to knock over a few casinos on the Strip in one of the merriest heists ever. It's a gasser!  Cast:  Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Angie Dickinson, Richard Conte. -- Not Rated
Ocean's Eleven (2001)  Less than 24 hours into his parole from a New Jersey penitentiary, wry, charismatic thief Danny Ocean (George Clooney) is already rolling out his next plan: In one night, Danny's hand-picked crew of specialists will attempt to steal over $150 million from three Las Vegas casinos. To score the cash, however, Danny will have to risk his life and his chances of reconciling with ex-wife Tess (Julia Roberts). A remake of the 1960 Rat Pack heist flick. Cast:  George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Julia Roberts, Casey Affleck, Scott Caan, Holly Marie Combs, Andy Garcia, Angie Dickinson, Elliott Gould, Bernie Mac, Lennox Lewis, Topher Grace, Wayne Newton. -- PG-13 For some language and sexual content.
Ocean's Twelve (2004)  In this sequel to the 2001 hit Ocean's Eleven, Danny Ocean (George Clooney) reunites with his old flame (Julia Roberts) and the rest of his merry band of thieves and con men (Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Casey Affleck and Don Cheadle, among others). This time, the caper concerns three huge heists in Rome, Paris and Amsterdam. Catherine Zeta-Jones co-stars, and Andy Garcia returns as casino owner Terry Benedict. Steven Soderbergh reprises as director. Cast:  George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Andy Garcia, Don Cheadle, Bernie Mac, Julia Roberts, Casey Affleck. -- PG-13 For language.
Ocean's Thirteen (2007)  Director Steven Soderbergh and star George Clooney return to Las Vegas for the further -- and purportedly final -- criminal exploits of Danny Ocean (Clooney) and company. Ellen Barkin makes her Ocean's debut as the female lead, while the rest of the gang remains largely intact, including Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle, Al Pacino, Bernie Mac, Carl Reiner, Andy Garcia, Casey Affleck, Elliott Gould and more. --PG-13-- For brief sensuality.
On Golden Pond (1981) Henry Fonda -- in his final role -- plays peevish retired professor Norman Thayer, who's making his yearly excursion with his wife (Katherine Hepburn) to their idyllic summerhouse. But a hostile teen left in their care short-circuits the couple's tranquility. After a rocky start, the old man and the boy forge a bond; can Norman do the same with his estranged daughter? Fonda and Hepburn earned top Oscar honors for their peerless performances. Cast: Katharine Hepburn, Henry Fonda, Jane Fonda, Dabney Coleman, William Lanteau. -- PG Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
One Fine Day (1996) When Maggie and Sammy miss their school field trip, Maggie's divorced dad, Jack (George Clooney), and Sammy's divorced mom, Melanie (Michelle Pfeiffer), are forced to work together in this charming romantic comedy. Jack is a reporter with a big story to break, while Melanie is an architect with a presentation to give and a boss who hates kids. The world-weary adults are antagonistic in the beginning, but warm to each other as the day progresses. Cast: Michelle Pfeiffer, George Clooney, Mae Whitman, Alex D. Linz, Charles Durning. --PG-13--  For language and mild sensuality.
Oz The Great and Powerful  (2013)  In this Wizard of Oz prequel, circus magician Oscar Diggs is magically transported to the Land of Oz, where he deals with three witches and uses his illusionist skills and resourcefulness to become the wizard the residents have been hoping for. Cast:  James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, Michelle Williams, Zach Braff, Bill Cobbs, Joey King, Tony Cox, Abigail Spencer, Martin Klebba, Bruce Campbell -- PG -- Sequences of action and scary images, and brief mild language.
Pacifier, The  (2005)  Tough-guy Navy SEAL Shane Wolf (Vin Diesel) never imagined he'd wind up as a babysitter. But that he is, now that he's been assigned to protect the unruly kids -- wily Zoe (Brittany Snow), pouty Seth (Max Theriot), hyperactive Lulu (Morgan York), toddler Peter and baby Tyler -- of a scientist who was killed while working on a top secret government project. What's more, he's shocked to discover that it's the hardest job he's ever had!  Cast:  Vin Diesel, Lauren Graham, Faith Ford, Brittany Snow, Max Thieriot, Chris Potter, Carol Kane, Brad Garrett, Morgan York.  PG For action violence, language and rude humor.
Paparazzi (2004) Rising star Bo Laramie (Cole Hauser) is on top of the world: His acting career is taking off, and he has a great family. Just when it seems nothing could go wrong, four photographers (led by Tom Sizemore) begin to stalk Bo and his family incessantly. His irritation turns to rage when the family is forced into a car chase that leaves Bo's wife and son fighting for their lives. With no recourse, Bo takes matters into his own hands. Cast: Cole Hauser, Robin Tunney, Dennis Farina, Daniel Baldwin. --PG-13-- For intense violent sequences, sexual content and language.
Paper Moon  (1973)  A con man (Ryan O'Neal) and his precocious "daughter" (Tatum O'Neal, in an Oscar-winning role as Best Supporting Actress) grift their way across the heartland of depression-era America in director Peter Bogdanovich's nostalgic look at the 1930s. As the two try desperately to scrounge up enough money to live on, their "father/daughter relationship" soon becomes a business partnership when they realize they need each other for survival.  Cast:  Ryan O'Neal, Tatum O'Neal, Madeline Kahn, John Hillerman, P.J. Johnson, Jessie Lee Fulton, Lila Waters, Noble Willingham, Bob Young II.  --PG-13--  
Papillon (1973) He was called "Papillon", meaning "butterfly." Unable to fly, Henri Charriere virtually willed himself free. He did the impossible: escaped Devil's Island. It was the greatest escape. Steve McQueen in one of his greatest roles. Cast:  Dustin Hoffman, Steve McQueen, Don Gordon, Anthony Zerbe, Victor Jory.  --PG--
ParaNorman  (2012)  When an army of zombies invades a small town, it's up to an odd local boy with a knack for communicating with the dead to save the day. But judgmental adults prove to be even more formidable adversaries.  Cast: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Anna Kendrick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Tucker Albrizzi, Casey Affleck, Leslie Mann, Jeff Garlin, Elaine Stritch, Bernard Hill, Jodelle Ferland, Tempestt Bledsoe, Alex Borstein, John Goodman.  -- PG -- Scary action and images, thematic elements, some rude humor and language.
Parental Guidance  (2012)  When their daughter must leave for a week, Artie and Diane Decker find themselves in charge of their three grandchildren, whose well-regimented and high-tech lives leave Grandma and Grandpa baffled and ready to bring on the old-school parenting.  Cast: Billy Crystal, Bette Midler, Marisa Tomei, Tom Everett Scott, Bailee Madison, Joshua Rush, Kyle Harrison Breitkopf, Jennifer Crystal Foley, Gedde Watanabe, Rhoda Griffis, Madison Lintz, Brad James. -- PG -- Some rude humor.
Paycheck (2003)  Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck) is a genius who's hired -- and paid handsomely -- by high-tech firms to work on highly sensitive projects, after which his short-term memory is erased so he can't breach security. But at the end of a 3-year job, he's told he isn't getting a paycheck and instead receives a mysterious envelope. In it are clues he must piece together to find out why he wasn't paid and how he's gotten in hot water. Co-stars Uma Thurman.  Cast:  Ben Affleck, Uma Thurman, Aaron Eckhart, Michael C. Hall, Emily Holmes, Krista Allen, Colm Feore, Paul Giamatti, Joe Morton. -- PG-13 -- For intense action violence and brief language.
Pearl Harbor (2001) The attack on Pearl Harbor is told through the eyes of pilots/friends Rafe (Ben Affleck) and Danny (Josh Hartnett). Before America enters the war, Rafe volunteers in Europe, where he gets shot down and is presumed dead. When he returns, he finds Danny in love with his ex (Kate Beckinsale). Through the turmoil of Pearl Harbor, the two try to resolve their differences. This film spans two discs.  Cast:
Ben Affleck, Josh Hartnett, Kate Beckinsale, Cuba Gooding Jr., Tom Sizemore, Jon Voight, Colm Feore   Alec Baldwin, Dan Aykroyd. 
Perfect Man, The (2005)  Teenager Holly (Hilary Duff) decides to take matters into her own hands after her mom, Jean (Heather Locklear), suffers yet another painful breakup with another loser guy. To boost her mom's self-esteem, Holly invents a secret admirer -- the perfect man. She eventually borrows her friend's hunky Uncle Ben (Chris Noth) to play the suitor in order to keep her mom's spirits up, but her scheme nearly backfires when the real perfect man materializes. Cast: Hilary Duff, Heather Locklear, Aria Wallace, Vanessa Lengies. --PG-- For some mildly suggestive content.
Perfect Storm, The  (2000)  Veteran fisherman Billy Tyne (George Clooney) has had a run of disappointing catches and is determined to change his luck by going beyond the normal reach of New England fishing boats to the remote Flemish Cap. Once out at sea, he hears about a huge storm building up, but is convinced he can beat it back to Gloucester, taking an enormous catch with him. If he doesn't try, his crew will come away empty-handed on this last trip of the season. Cast:  George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Diane Lane, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, John C. Reilly. -- PG-13 For language and scenes of peril.
Phantom of the Opera, The  (2004)  Andrew Lloyd Webber's stunning musical comes alive on-screen in this Joel Schumacher rendition. A talented recluse (Gerard Butler) disfigured in a tragic accident roams beneath the Paris Opera. Fueled with resentment, he terrorizes other musicians until he falls for the lovely Christine (Emmy Rossum), a formidable singer whom he takes under his wing, molding her so she can become the sensational soprano he envisions her to be.  Cast:  Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum, Patrick Wilson, Miranda Richardson, Minnie Driver, Ciaran Hinds, Simon Callow, Victor McGuire, Jennifer Ellison. -- PG-13 For brief violent images.
Phenomenon (1996) Humble mechanic George Malley (John Travolta) is celebrating his birthday with his friends, Nate (Forest Whitaker) and Doc (Robert Duvall), when he observes a bright light outside the local pub. Knocked unconscious, George awakens with incredible intellectual powers; he reads voraciously, becomes an inventor and learns Portuguese in minutes. When he becomes a hero in town, his fame quickly sparks the attention of the FBI and curious scientists. Cast:  John Travolta, Robert Duvall, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker. --PG-- For language and mild sensuality 
Philomena  (2013)  Floundering BBC journalist Martin Sixsmith and aging Irishwoman Philomena Lee form an unlikely bond when they pair up to find the son Philomena was forced to give up for adoption 50 years ago.  Cast:  Judi Dench, Steve Coogan, Sophie Kennedy Clark, Anna Maxwell Martin, Ruth McCabe, Barbara Jefford, Kate Fleetwood, Peter Hermann, Mare Winningham, Michelle Fairley. -- PG-13 -- Some strong language, thematic elements and sexual references.
Picture Perfect (1997) Kate Mosley (Jennifer Aniston) faces a dilemma. She's been passed over for promotion because her boss thinks that single woman Kate isn't stable enough. So, Kate invents a fiancé out of Nick (Jay Mohr), a videographer she met at a wedding. As luck would have it, he's in love with Kate. But when the boss wants to meet Nick, all bets are off. Cast:  Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Bacon, Olympia Dukakis. --PG-13-- For sensuality and related dialogue.
Pink Panther, The (2006)  Bumbling French Inspector Jacques Clouseau (Steve Martin) must solve the murder of a world-famous soccer coach and catch the thief who stole his priceless diamond ring in this prequel to the 1964 classic. Suspects include a gorgeous pop star (Beyoncé), a soccer player and a Chinese assassin. Can clumsy Clouseau and his partner, Ponton (Jean Reno), solve the mystery and keep Chief Dreyfus (Kevin Kline) from taking credit for their sly sleuthing? --PG--  For occasional crude and suggestive humor and language.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)  Director Gore Verbinksi takes to the high seas to helm the continuing adventures of swashbuckling Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp), young Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) and headstrong beauty Elizabeth Swann (Keira Knightley). Once again, the trio returns to the realm of the supernatural as Jack tries to weasel his way out of a blood debt with the ghostly Davey Jones (Bill Nighy), who threatens the wily skipper with eternal damnation if he welshes. Cast: Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley, Naomie Harris --PG-13-- For intense sequences of adventure violence, including frightening images.
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) -- Flamboyant pirate Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp, in an Oscar-nominated performance), steals the show as a charming, carefree 17th century pirate who roams the Caribbean sea. When a rival pirate (Geoffrey Rush) pillages the village of Port Royal and kidnaps the governor's (Jonathan Pryce) daughter, Elizabeth (Keira Knightley), Jack decides to help Elizabeth's love, Will (Orlando Bloom), save her. Of course, the mission isn't quite that simple. …Starring: Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, More -- PG-13 For action/adventure violence.
Pleasantville (1998)   What happens when a brother (Tobey Maguire) and sister (Reese Witherspoon) time-travel to the black-and-white world of a 1950s TV sitcom with a perfect mom (Joan Allen) and dad (William H. Macy)? They find the "perfect" world has imperfections. This delicate fable with heart examines in a rich, thoughtful way our collective nostalgia for days of apple pie and peace that perhaps never existed.   Starring: Tobey Maguire, Reese Witherspoon, More --  PG-13 For some thematic elements emphasizing sexuality, and for language.
Poirot: Mystery of the Blue Train (2005) Riding the Blue Train through France on her way to the Riviera, British heiress Katherine Grey (Georgina Rylance) gets pulled into the murder investigation of a wealthy American woman (Jaime Murray). David Suchet reprises his role as famed Belgian inspector Hercule Poirot in this made-for-television adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic mystery novel, co-starring Elliott Gould as the victim's millionaire father. Cast: David Suchet, James D'Arcy, Lindsay Duncan, Nicholas Farrell, Bronagh Gallagher, Elliott Gould  Not Rated
Poseidon (2006)  Battling the elements once again, Wolfgang Petersen (The Perfect Storm) re-creates Ronald Neame's 1972 action classic with help from an ensemble cast that includes Kurt Russell, Richard Dreyfuss, Josh Lucas, Emmy Rossum and Stacy Ferguson (aka "Fergie" of the Black Eyed Peas). A tidal wave spells disaster for a boatload of New Year's Eve revelers when it capsizes the mammoth vessel, pitching the passengers into a desperate battle for survival. Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Josh Lucas, Emmy Rossum, Mike Vogel, Jacinda Barrett, Kurt Russell. --PG-13--  For intense prolonged sequences of disaster and peril.
Poseidon Adventure, The (1972) As the luxury liner Poseidon charts its course on New Year's Eve, disaster strikes when an undersea earthquake causes a titanic tidal wave and capsizes the vessel, leaving just 10 survivors. Led by a no-nonsense reverend (Gene Hackman), the group must maneuver through airshafts, electrical cables and a burning engine room to the boat's hull, which is their lone chance for escape. The film scored an Oscar for Best Song ("The Morning After"). Cast: Gene Hackman. Ernest Borgnine, Red Buttons, Shelley Winters, Stella Stevens, Carol Lynley. --PG--
Poseidon Adventure, The (2005) After a luxury liner is capsized by a terrorist's bomb, a group of disparate survivors -- including a philandering husband (Steve Guttenberg), a European pop star, a Homeland Security agent (Adam Baldwin) and a grieving widow -- must make their way through the upside down ship to safety. The ragtag band faces countless terrors as they struggle to navigate the submerged maze in this suspenseful remake of a disaster classic. Cast: Adam Baldwin, Steve Guttenberg, Rutger Hauer, C. Thomas Howell. --PG-13--
Practical Magic (1998) Sisters Sally (Sandra Bullock) and Gillian (Nicole Kidman) Owens are modern-day witches whose love lives are complicated by an unusual curse: Men who fall in love with them meet untimely ends. Against the advice of their eccentric aunts, Frances (Stockard Channing) and Jet (Dianne Wiest), and even in the face of a murder investigation, the sisters continue to try their hands at romance in director Griffin Dunne's romantic comedy. --PG-13--  For some violence, intense thematic elements and sensuality.
Prairie Home Companion, A (2006) From director Robert Altman comes this quirky piece of fiction based on the real-life radio program of the same name, with a wry screenplay penned by the show's host, Garrison Keillor. Supported by a high-powered cast that includes Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin, Lindsay Lohan, John C. Reilly, Tommy Lee Jones and Kevin Kline, Keillor also stars in this behind-the-scenes look at the mayhem surrounding the folksy program's final broadcast.  Cast: Woody Harrelson, Kevin Kline, Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin, Garrison Keillor, Tommy Lee Jones, Robin Williams.  --Pg-13-- For risque humor.
Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor (2004)  For Thirty Years, storyteller Garrison Keillor has ruled the public radio airwaves with his broadcasts from a fictional Minnesota town called Lake Wobegon. And woes do disappear for viewers thanks to this show, which documents a live performance of the series at the Fitzgerald Theater. With its mix of delightful vignettes, compelling tales, entertaining musical performances and Keillor's sonorous voice, A Prairie Home Companion never fails to charm. 
Premium Rush  (2012)  Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as a New York City bike messenger whose routine "premium rush" run turns into a life or death chase through the streets of Manhattan after a dirty cop (Michael Shannon) becomes desperate to get his hands on the package. Cast: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jamie Chung, Michael Shannon, Dania Ramirez, Aasif Mandvi, Aaron Tveit -- PG-13 -- Some violence, intense action sequences and language
Premonition (2007)  A housewife (Sandra Bullock) is devastated when her husband (Julian McMahon) dies suddenly in a car crash. But when he reappears the next day as if nothing had ever happened, she realizes it may have just been a premonition. Can she prevent the horrible tragedy from happening all over again, or is she powerless to redirect fate? Amber Valletta and Nia Long also star. -- PG-13 -- For some violent content, disturbing images, thematic material and brief language.
Prestige, The  (2006) At the dawn of the 20th century, rival magicians Robert Angier (Hugh Jackman) and Alfred Borden (Christian Bale) are desperate to reveal each other's secrets. Obsessed by the escalating competition, the two illusionists begin to perform increasingly risky tricks -- which soon turn deadly. Michael Caine, Scarlett Johansson and David Bowie also star in this taut psychological thriller from director Christopher Nolan. --PG-13-- For violence and disturbing images 
Pride and Prejudice (2005)  In this retelling of Jane Austen's novel set in 19th century England, Mrs. Bennet (Brenda Blethyn) is all atwitter in hopes of marrying her daughters to prosperous gentlemen callers, especially when a wealthy bachelor moves nearby. Headstrong daughter Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) meets her match in Mr. Darcy, but misinterprets Darcy's honorable intentions and jeopardizes her chance at love. Donald Sutherland, Judi Dench and Jena Malone co-star. Cast: Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen, Brenda Blethyn, Donald Sutherland --PG--  For some mild thematic elements.
Prime (2005)  This refreshingly offbeat comedy puts love under the microscope. Newly divorced and wondering what the world now has to offer her, Rafi (Uma Thurman), a Manhattan businesswoman, is surprised at how quickly love finds her in the form of Dave (Bryan Greenberg), her polar opposite, an artist from Brooklyn. But is the situation as blissful as it seems to everyone around her, from her shrink (Meryl Streep) to her best pals? Rafi quickly finds out. … Cast: Uma Thurman, Bryan Greenberg, Meryl Streep, Jon Abrahams. --PG-13-- For sexual content including dialogue, and for language.
Primer: What Happens if it Actually Works? (2004)  An engineer builds a machine (quite by accident) that can transport the user back in time. But his discovery comes with an ominous caveat, because at the heart of this puzzling device, nothing is as it seems on the surface. The narrative inventively blends a patchwork story line with overlapping streams of dialogue that help build tension and suspense in this Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize winner. David Sullivan and Shane Carruth star. Cast: Shane Carruth, David Sullivan, Casey Gooden. --PG-13-- For brief language.
Princess Diaries, The (2001) It's Pygmalion for a new millennium when unassuming San Francisco teenager Anne Hathaway (of TV's "Get Real") learns she's heir to the mantle of the tiny European principality of Genovia. The gawky teen gets a makeover from a newfound grandmother (Julie Andrews), and it's off to the races with more social gaffes and slapstick than you'd find in a Three Stooges film festival. Cast:  Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo, Robert Schwartzman, Caroline Goodall, Mandy Moore, Erik Von Detten. -- G --
Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004)  As the newly crowned princess of the tiny European country of Genovia, teenager Mia (Anne Hathaway) is still trying to get used to her new title. Moving from her home in America to the small, little-known land has been difficult, but luckily, her best friend Lilly (Heather Matarazzo) is visiting during her summer vacation. As Mia's groomed to become the future ruler of Genovia, she finds out that an arranged marriage might be in store, too. Cast:  Julie Andrews, Anne Hathaway, Hector Elizondo, Heather Matarazzo, Chris Pine, Kathleen Marshall, John Rhys-Davies. -- G --
Producers, The  (2005) Washed-up Broadway producer Max Bialystock (Nathan Lane) schemes with neurotic accountant Leo Bloom (Matthew Broderick) in Mel Brooks's musical. The men plan to raise a ton of money for a play that's sure to be a flop and then keep the extra dough. They pick "Springtime for Hitler," written by a Nazi (Will Ferrell), and hire an offbeat star (Uma Thurman) and a freakish director. But no one can predict the audience's reaction on opening night. … Cast:  Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Uma Thurman, Will Ferrell. --PG-13-- For sexual humor and references 
Proof (2004) A devoted daughter (Gwyneth Paltrow) comes to terms with the death of her father (Anthony Hopkins), a brilliant mathematician whose genius was crippled by mental instability. Along the way, she's forced to face her own dark fears. But she has help from one of her father's former students (Jake Gyllenhaal), who searches through the dead man's notebooks in hopes of discovering the key to his brilliance. John Madden directs. Cast:  Gwyneth Paltrow, Anthony Hopkins, Jake Gyllenhaal, Hope Davis. --P13--  For some sexual content, language and drug references 
Pursuit of Happyness, The (2006) Will Smith (in an Oscar-nominated role) and his real-life son Jaden star in this tearjerker about a struggling single parent determined to build a better life for himself and his child. Chris Gardner is smart and talented, but his dead-end salesman job barely pays the bills. When he and his 5-year-old son are evicted from their apartment, they face trying times as Chris takes on an unpaid internship at a stock brokerage firm with hopes of getting rich someday. Thandie Newton, Dan Castellaneta and David Fine co-star. --PG-13--
Queen of Versailles, The  (2012)  Meet the Siegels, glitterati who made a fortune in the time-share business only to see it crumble in the 2008 financial collapse. The site of their rise and almost-fall is their home (America's largest), a gaudy replica of the Palace of Versailles.  Cast:  Jaqueline Siegel, David Siegel, Virginia Nebab. -- PG --
Raising Arizona (1987)  Edwina "Ed" McDonnough (Holly Hunter) is an ex-cop; her husband, H.I.(Nicolas Cage), is an ex-con. Blissfully content as newlyweds, the pair is devastated when they learn they can't have children. Not to worry: They reckon they'll just "borrow" one of furniture magnate Nathan Arizona's (Trey Wilson) new quintuplets. Featuring oodles of idiosyncratic humor, this kidnapping farce from Joel and Ethan Coen is a deft nod to classic screwball comedy. --PG-13-- 
Raising Helen (2004)  Young modeling-agency assistant Helen (Kate Hudson) has a powerful boss (Helen Mirren) and a career that's right on track. But just as she's about to be promoted, her sister (Felicity Huffman) and brother-in-law are killed in a car accident. As the new sole guardian to her sister's three kids, she tries to keep it together while managing her new duties. Upon moving to Queens, she finds a friend in a local pastor named Dan (John Corbett).  Cast:  Kate Hudson, John Corbett, Joan Cusack, Helen Mirren, Amber Valletta, Felicity Huffman, Hector Elizondo, Hayden Panettiere, Spencer Breslin, Abigail Breslin, Paris Hilton. -- PG-13 -- For thematic issues involving teens.
Rear Window (1954) As his broken leg heals, wheelchair-bound L.B. Jeffries (James Stewart) becomes absorbed with the parade of life across the courtyard: A dancer, a lonely woman, a composer and a bedridden woman and her husband become like creatures in Needham's voyeuristic zoo. But when one of them disappears, Needham suspects foul play -- and suddenly he finds himself in the center of the action with nowhere to run. Cast: James Stewart, Grace Kelly, Thelma Ritter, Raymond Burr, Wendell Corey. --PG--
Recruit, The  (2003)  Of all the CIA operatives-in-training, James Clayton (Colin Farrell) is the one agency veteran Walter Burke (Al Pacino) most wants to recruit. James is far from grateful, but he's the sharpest of his class. Before he officially becomes an officer, however, he must prove he's worthy at the Farm, the CIA's secret training grounds, where he learns to watch his back and trust no one but himself.  Cast:  Al Pacino, Colin Farrell, Bridget Moynahan, Gabriel Macht, Mike Realba, Domenico Fiore, Karl Pruner. -- PG-13 For violence, sexuality and language.
RED  (2010)  After trading in his professional past as a black-ops CIA operative for a new identity, Frank Moses is basking in normality. But he's forced to return to old habits when an assassin puts a target on his back and goes after the woman he loves. Cast:  Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Mary-Louise Parker, Julian McMahon, Ernest Borgnine, Richard Dreyfuss, Brian Cox, Karl Urban, James Remar --PG-13 -- Intense sequences of action violence and brief strong language.
Red Eye (2005) Terrified of flying, Lisa Reisert (Rachel McAdams) reluctantly hops a red-eye flight bound for Miami and buckles up for a bumpy ride. But her phobia morphs into terror when she learns that a fellow passenger (Cillian Murphy) has plans to murder the deputy secretary of Homeland Security -- and wants to use Lisa as part of the plot. Master of horror Wes Craven directs this psychological thriller set at 30,000 feet. Cast: Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy, Brian Cox, Jayma Mays. --PG-13 For some intense sequences of violence, and language 
Red Planet (2000) In the year 2050, with the polluted Earth rapidly becoming uninhabitable, scientists are preparing to colonize Mars. But efforts to make the red planet more hospitable to its future human inhabitants have gone awry, and a manned rescue mission has been launched. The mission's astronauts and scientists (Val Kilmer, Carrie-Anne Moss, Tom Sizemore, Terence Stamp), however, soon encounter a deadly predicament of their own.  Cast: Val Kilmer, Tom Sizemore, Carrie-Anne Moss, Benjamin Bratt. --PG-13--
Remains of the Day, The  (1993)  Dutiful butler Stevens (Anthony Hopkins) dedicates himself wholly to tending Lord Darlington's (James Fox) house, turning a blind eye to Darlington's Nazi sympathies. When housekeeper Miss Kenton (Emma Thompson) tries to coax Stevens out of his staid shell, his reluctance may cost him dearly. He finally seeks out Miss Kenton later in life, but is it too late? This Merchant-Ivory period drama was nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture.  --PG-- For themes.
Reunion, The  2011  Despite their animus for one another, three brothers -- a suspended cop, a bail bondsman and a thief just out of jail -- unite to pursue a kidnapper. When the trail leads them to Mexico, they run afoul of the bitter mastermind behind the abduction.  Cast: John Cena, Ethan Embry, Amy Smart, Michael Rispoli, Boyd Holbrook, Gregg Henry, Lela Loren, Jack Conley, J.D. Garfield, Josh Berry. -- PG-13 -- Violence, sexual content and language.
R.I.P.D.  (2013)  After his murder, a policeman joins the Rest in Peace Department: a team of undead cops who help the recently deceased join the afterlife. Meanwhile, he searches for the man who killed him at the height of his successful life. 
Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Bacon, Mary-Louise Parker, Stephanie Szostak, James Hong, Marisa Miller, Robert Knepper, Mike O'Malley, Devin Ratray, Larry Joe Campbell.  --PG-13--  Violence, sci-fi/fantasy action, some sensuality, and language including sex references.
River Runs Through It, A (1992) Director Robert Redford narrates this nostalgically American true story of two Montana brothers whose fly-fishing symbolizes their lives. The older brother (Craig Sheffer) makes plans and works hard, while the younger (Brad Pitt) does as he pleases and follows his gut; both struggle to live up to their father's high standards in fishing and morals. This character drama clinched an Oscar for Best Cinematography and two other Academy nominations. Cast: Craig Sheffer, Brad Pitt, Robert Redford, Tom Skerritt, Emily Lloyd, Brenda Blethyn. --PG-- For momentary nudity, and some language in a family drama.
Robot & Frank  (2012)  Worried about their aging father living alone, Frank's kids give him a humanoid robot that's programmed to be his caretaker. Reluctant Frank -- a retired cat burglar -- soon warms up to his new helper and begins to treat it as a partner in crime.  Cast: Frank Langella, James Marsden, Liv Tyler, Peter Sarsgaard, Susan Sarandon, Jeremy Strong, Jeremy Sisto.  --PG-13--
Rocky II (1979) After Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) goes the distance with heavyweight champ Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers), boxing fans clamor for a rematch. But Rocky's massive injuries lead him to announce his retirement so he can settle down with Adrian (Talia Shire). Despite the fresh start, he soon realizes that he can't escape his true calling. The ring beckons once more, and the "Italian Stallion" must prepare for the fight of his life. Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Carl Weathers, Burgess Meredith --PG-- 
Rudy (1993) In this fact-based drama about the triumph of the human spirit, scrawny high schooler Rudy Ruettiger (Sean Astin) dreams of playing football at Notre Dame. But his father (Ned Beatty) can't afford to send him, and his mediocre grades don't cut it, so he ends up at a college across the street instead. Undaunted, Rudy eventually transfers to Notre Dame, where he begins assisting the groundskeeper (Charles S. Dutton) and joins the practice squad. Cast:  Ned Beatty, Lili Taylor, Charles Dutton, Sean Astin, Jon Favreau. --P-- For mild language.
Rumor Has It (2005) Jennifer Aniston leads an all-star cast in this romantic comedy from director Rob Reiner. Recently engaged, aspiring journalist Sarah Huttinger (Aniston) still isn't sure what she wants from life. But on her way home to attend her sister's wedding, Sarah meets an Internet billionaire (Kevin Costner) who reveals some long-buried secrets about Sarah's family that put a whole new spin on her past -- and may change the direction of her future. Cast: Jennifer Aniston, Mark Ruffalo, Shirley MacLaine, Kevin Costner. --PG-13-- For mature thematic material, sexual content, crude humor and a drug reference.
Run the Wild Fields (2000)  Ruby (Joanne Whalley) eagerly awaits her husband Frank's return from duty during World War II. But Frank goes missing in action, and after waiting dutifully for a long time, Ruby contemplates whether to keep believing Frank will return or whether to get on with her life. When a handsome drifter shows up on her doorstep asking for work, Ruby hires him … and sparks fly. Cast:  Joanne Whalley, Sean Patrick Flanery, Alexa Vega, Cotter Smith, Bill Lake. -- NR Not rated.
Runaway Jury (2003)  In this drama based on John Grisham's best-selling novel, Nick Easter (John Cusack) gets himself on the jury of a landmark case against a gun manufacturer and, as the foreman, tries to influence the other jury members to vote a certain way. Meanwhile, Easter's girlfriend, Marlee (Rachel Weisz), tries to swindle the attorneys (Gene Hackman and Dustin Hoffman) to pay millions of dollars to have the jury return a verdict friendly to their clients. Cast:  John Cusack, Rachel Weisz, Gene Hackman, Dustin Hoffman, Jeremy Piven, Bruce McGill, Nick Searcy. -- PG-13 --For violence, language and thematic elements
Rundown, The  (2003)  Seann William Scott stars as Travis, the mouthy son of a criminal who disappears in the Amazon in search of a treasured artifact. To find him, his dad sends in Beck (The Rock), who becomes Travis's rival for the affections of Mariana (Rosario Dawson), a mysterious Brazilian woman. Beck is a man of few words and steely disposition, but it takes him all the discipline he can muster to work with Travis to nab a tyrant who's after the same treasure. Cast:  Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Seann William Scott, Rosario Dawson, Christopher Walken, Jon Gries. -- PG-13 For adventure violence and some crude dialogue.
Rush Hour 2 (2001)  Opposites attract once again in this sequel to the box office blockbuster Rush Hour. Martial arts star Jackie Chan is a fine foil for the disdainful dish meted out by comedian Chris Tucker. Together, they reprise their roles as buddy cops on vacation in Hong Kong. But their R&R is cut short when an explosion kills two custom agents and Chan and Tucker are put on the case.  Cast:  Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Chris Penn, Don Cheadle, John Lone, Ziyi Zhang, Alan King, Roselyn Sanchez, Harris Yulin.   
PG-13 For action violence, language and some sexual material.
RV (2006)  Climbing aboard their mammoth RV for a cross-country road trip to the Colorado Rockies, the McNeive family -- led by dysfunctional patriarch Bob (Robin Williams) -- prepares for the adventure of a lifetime. But spending two weeks together in one seriously small space has a way of cramping their style. Jeff Daniels and Tony Award-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth co-star in director Barry Sonnenfeld's raucous vacation comedy. Cast: Robin Williams, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Daniels, Kristin Chenoweth, Josh Hutcherson, JoJo. --PG--  For crude humor, innuendo and language.
Sahara (2005)  Based on Clive Cussler's best-selling novels starring action hero Dirk Pitt, Sahara sets the daring adventurer on a mission to save the world from destruction. While investigating a deadly water-borne epidemic along the Nile, Pitt (Matthew McConaughey) uncovers a secret dating back to Lincoln's assassination and battles an evil industrialist bent on killing every living thing in the world's oceans. Also stars Steve Zahn and Penelope Cruz.  -- PG-13 For action violence.
Saint, The (1997)  Master thief Simon Templar (Val Kilmer) eludes his pursuers by assuming the names of obscure saints. When a Russian politician (Rade Serbedzija) hires Templar to steal the formula for cold fusion, he falls in love with Emma Russell (Elisabeth Shue), the frail Oxford scientist who has unlocked the process' secret. Back in Moscow, Templar must decide whether to betray his new love or the madman who's paying him millions.  Cast:  Val Kilmer, Elisabeth Shue, Rade Serbedzija, Alun Armstrong, Valeri Nikolayev, Henry Goodman. -- PG-13 -- For action violence, brief strong language, some sensuality and drug content.
Same Time, Next Year (1978)  Although they're married to other people, New Jersey accountant George (Alan Alda) and housewife Doris (Ellen Burstyn) engage in a 25-year affair after a chance encounter at a California inn. Meeting only once a year for a romantic weekend together, the otherwise mismatched couple's forbidden relationship evolves with the turbulent and ever-changing times, but never loses momentum. Based on Bernard Slade's play of the same name. PG
Santa Clause 2, The (2002)   Better watch out! The Big Guy in Red is coming to town once again. This time, Scott Calvin (Tim Allen), also known as Santa Claus, finds out there's a clause in his contract requiring him to take on a wife. He has to leave the North Pole to fulfill his obligations, or else he'll be forced to give up his Yuletide gig. Elizabeth Mitchell stars as Carole Newman, a school principal who just may fit the bill. Cast:  Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell, Eric Lloyd, David Krumholtz, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Spencer Breslin, Liliana Mumy, Molly Shannon, Danielle Woodman, Michael Dorn, Kevin Pollak, Jay Thomas. -- G --
Save the Last Dance  (2001)  After her mother dies, Sarah (Julia Stiles) gives up her dreams of going to New York's famous Juilliard School. She must move to Chicago, live with her dad (who's virtually a stranger) and attend an urban school that's a far cry from the small-town atmosphere she's used to. Fortunately, Sarah befriends Chenille (Kerry Washington) and Derek (Sean Patrick Thomas), who teach her not only how to hip-hop dance but also how to dream again.  Cast:  Julia Stiles, Sean Patrick Thomas, Kerry Washington, Fredro Starr, Terry Kinney, Bianca Lawson, Vince Green, Garland Whitt, Elisabeth Oas. --PG-13 -- Violence, sexual content, language and brief drug references.
School for Scoundrels (2006) A hapless meter reader (Jon Heder) signs up for a confidence-building course to acquire the self-assurance he needs to win the hand of his dream girl (Jacinda Barrett). But the class turns out to be a bust when it becomes apparent that the teacher (played by Billy Bob Thornton) has designs on the same woman. Michael Clarke Duncan co-stars in director Todd Phillips's remake of the 1960 British comedy.  Cast: Jon Heder, Billy Bob Thornton, Michael Clarke  Duncan, Jacinda Barrett, Dan Fogler. Not Rated
School for Scoundrels (1960) is a satirical British "how to" piece very much in the same vein as Hollywood's How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Ian Carmichael plays a naïve young loser, Henry Palfrey, who is anxious to get ahead in the world. He enrolls in a "school" that specializes in teaching one-upmanship -- the slogan is "How to win without actually cheating." Through fair means and foul, Henry learns how to come out top dog in any situation, with such experts as Stephen Potter (Alastair Sim) and Raymond Delauney (Terry-Thomas) as his guides. A perceptive series of comic blackouts exposing the essential hypocrisy in all walks of life, School for Scoundrels was based on the book by Stephen Potter. --PG-13--
Secret Garden, The (1993)  Strong-willed English girl Mary is orphaned during an earthquake in India and must move into her unfeeling uncle's oppressive mansion. But the girl's mood lightens when she finds the key to a neglected garden that brings the entire house to life.  Cast:  Kate Maberly, Maggie Smith, Heydon Prowse, Andrew Knott, Laura Crossley, John Lynch, Walter Sparrow, Irène Jacob, Andrea Pickering, Peter Moreton. -- G -- 
Secret Window (2004)  Mort Rainey (Johnny Depp), a writer just emerging from a painful divorce with his ex-wife, Amy (Maria Bello), is stalked at his remote lake house by a psychotic stranger and would-be scribe (John Turturro). Seems that Mort might have swiped his best story idea from the stalker … and that's a no-no! Based on the novella by horrormeister Stephen King, the movie is written and directed by David Koepp.  Cast:  Johnny Depp, John Turturro, Maria Bello, Timothy Hutton, Charles Dutton. -- PG-13 For violence/terror, sexual content and language.
Sense and Sensibility (1995)  This tale of 19th century etiquette and ethics chronicles the troubles and triumphs of the marriage-minded Dashwood sisters: sensible Elinor (Emma Thompson) and romantic Marianne (Kate Winslet). While Marianne charms two suitors -- the staid Col. Brandon (Alan Rickman) and the dashing but rakish John Willoughby (Greg Wise) -- Elinor must weather a circuitous courtship with aspiring clergyman Edward Ferrars (Hugh Grant).  Cast: Emma Thompson, Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman, Gemma Jones, Imogen Stubbs, Greg Wise, Tom Wilkinson, Elizabeth Spriggs, Robert Hardy, Harriet Walter, James Fleet, Imelda Staunton. -- PG For mild thematic elements.
Series of Unfortunate Events, Lemony Snicket's A  (2004)  After their parents are tragically killed, three young orphans -- Violet (Emily Browning), Klaus (Liam Aiken) and Sunny -- are taken in by the cunning and dastardly Count Olaf (Jim Carrey), who hopes to snatch their inheritance from them. Based on the series of best-selling, darkly funny children's books, director Brad Silberling's film co-stars Meryl Streep, Billy Connolly and Timothy Spall. Jude Law narrates as Lemony Snicket.  Cast:  Jim Carrey, Emily Browning, Liam Aiken, Kara Hoffman, Shelby Hoffman, Timothy Spall, Billy Connolly, Meryl Streep. -- PG For thematic images, scary situations and brief language.
Seven Years in Tibet (1997)  Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer (Brad Pitt) journeys to the Himalayas without his family to head an expedition in 1939. When World War II breaks out, the arrogant Harrer falls into Allied forces' hands as a prisoner of war. He escapes with a fellow detainee and makes his way to Llaso, Tibet, where he meets the 14-year-old Dalai Lama (Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk) -- whose friendship ultimately transforms the self-seeking Harrer. Cast:  Brad Pitt, David Thewlis, Mako Jamyang, Jetsun Pema, Lhakpa Tsamchoe, Jamtsho Wangchuk, B.D. Wong. -- PG -13 -- For language, sexual references and brief drug use.
Sex and the City: Season 6: Part 2 (3-Disc Series) (2004) Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Samantha (Kim Cattrall), Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) get together for one last hurrah in their sixth season. These final eight episodes of HBO's Emmy-winning series find the foursome balancing romance, laughter and heartbreak as Carrie keeps searching for true love, Miranda finally ties the knot with Steve, Charlotte longs for a baby and Samantha battles breast cancer. Cast: Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis  -- Not Rated
Shall We Dance? (2004)  John Clark (Richard Gere) has all he could ever ask for, including a successful career and a loving wife (Susan Sarandon). Even so, he can't find true happiness and becomes intrigued by stunning dance teacher Paulina (Jennifer Lopez). Drawn by her allure, John heads to the studio and signs up for lessons. As John's friendship with Paulina grows, so does his love for dance, renewing his lease on life. Based on the 1995 Japanese film.   Cast:  Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez, Susan Sarandon, Lisa Ann Walter, Stanley Tucci, Anita Gillette, Bobby Cannavale, Omar Benson Miller, Tamara Hope, Stark Sands, Richard Jenkins, Nick Cannon, Sarah Lafleur. -- PG-13 For some sexual references and brief language.
Shanghai Knights (2003)  The dynamic duo of Chon Wang (Jackie Chan) and Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson) is back for another crazy adventure in this sequel to Shanghai Noon. This time, they're in London to avenge the murder of Chon's father. Chon's sister (Fann Wong) is there to do the same, but instead unearths a plot to kill the royal family. No one believes her, though, and it's up to Chon and Roy (who has romance on his mind... ) to prove her right. Cast:  Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson, Donnie Yen, Aidan Gillen, Fann Wong, Gemma Jones, Aaron Johnson, Tom Fisher, Kim Chan, Constantine Gregory, Oliver Cotton. -- PG-13 For action violence and sexual content.
Shattered Glass (2003)  This fact-based film depicts the rise and fall of disgraced journalist Stephen Glass (Hayden Christensen), who was a staff writer at The New Republic and contributed stories to Rolling Stone and other magazines. Glass fabricated many of his stories, which led to his downfall. Steve Zahn plays the Forbes.com technology reporter who uncovered the truth about Glass's deception. Chloe Sevigny, Hank Azaria and Rosario Dawson also star. Cast:  Hayden Christensen, Peter Sarsgaard, Chloe Sevigny, Steve Zahn, Melanie Lynskey, Hank Azaria, Greg Kinnear, Rosario Dawson, Cas Anvar, Mark Blum. -- PG-13 --
Shrek the Musical  (2013)  The greatest fairy tale never told gets a musical makeover in this colorful, Tony Award-winning Broadway production based on the hit movie. The film's lovable characters come to life as never before through a fantastic score of 17 all-new songs.  Cast: Brian d'Arcy James, Daniel Breaker, Sutton Foster, Christopher Sieber, John Tartaglia, Rozi Baker, Ryan Duncan, Leah Greenhaus, Chris Hoch, Marissa O'Donnell, Denny Paschall.  --PG--
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005)  Based on Anne Brashares's young-adult novel, this coming-of-age tale centers on four best friends. The girls buy a mysterious pair of pants that fits each of them despite their differing sizes and makes the wearer feel fabulous. When faced with spending their first summer apart from one another, the pals decide they'll swap the pants so that each girl in turn can enjoy their magic during vacation. Alexis Bledel and Amber Tamblyn star.  --  Starring: Amber Tamblyn, Alexis Bledel, More.  --  PG -- For thematic elements, some sensuality and language.
Skeleton Key, The (2005) Caroline (Kate Hudson), a 25-year-old hospice worker, is sent to New Orleans to care for an aging stroke victim (John Hurt) who lies bedridden and speechless in a rambling antebellum mansion. Alone in the house with no company aside from the man's unfriendly wife (Gena Rowlands), Caroline finds a key that opens every door and soon comes across a hidden room. But what she finds inside is a Pandora's box of voodoo, secrets and lies. Cast: Kate Hudson, Gena Rowlands, John Hurt, Peter Sarsgaard. --PG-13--  For violence, disturbing images, some partial nudity and thematic material.
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)  When scientists the world over keep disappearing without a trace, it's up to reporter Polly Perkins (Gwyneth Paltrow) and top aviator Sky Captain (Jude Law) to find out the truth. The dangerous task will involve putting their lives at risk as they travel to treacherous locales, hoping to throw a wrench in the sinful plan of Dr. Totenkopf, who aims to wipe out the planet. Franky Cook (Angelina Jolie) and Dex (Giovanni Ribisi) assist the pair.   Cast:  Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Giovanni Ribisi, Michael Gambon, Bai Ling, Omid Djalili, Laurence Olivier, Angelina Jolie, Trevor Baxter, Julian Curry, Peter Law.   PG For sequences of stylized sci-fi violence and brief mild language.
Sky High (2005) Will Stronghold (Michael Angarano) -- the son of married superheroes known as the Commander (Kurt Russell) and Josie Jetstream (Kelly Preston) -- is faced with an intimidating family legacy. And the kids at the elite Sky High School don't make him feel any better about his lack of superpowers. Surrounded by classmates including a self-replicating cheerleader and a jock who can stretch himself silly, Will is beginning to look awfully normal. Cast: Michael Angarano, Kurt Russell, Kelly Preston, Danielle Panabaker. --PG--  For action violence and some mild language.
Sleepless in Seattle (1993)  Writer-director Nora Ephron's Oscar-nominated romantic comedy stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan as soul mates who come perilously close to never meeting. Although separated by thousands of miles, rueful widower Sam Baldwin (Hanks) and soon-to-be married Annie Reed (Ryan) connect through a radio call-in show encounter engineered by Sam's son, Jonah (Ross Malinger). Fans of An Affair to Remember will enjoy the many references to that classic romance. --PG-- For some language.
Small Time Crooks (2000)  Ray (Woody Allen) is an incompetent crook with big dreams and a low IQ. When he sets up his wife, Frenchy (Tracey Ullman), in a storefront to cover his tunneling operation into a local bank, her baked goods take off, and Ray and Co. are catapulted from rags to riches. A brilliant ensemble cast including Hugh Grant, Elaine May and Jon Lovitz has got Allen's back. Cast:  Woody Allen, Tracey Ullman, Michael Rapaport, Tony Darrow, Jon Lovitz, Elaine May, Elaine Stritch, Hugh Grant, George Grizzard, Brian McConnachie, Kristine Nielsen, Larry Pine, Julie Lund, Maurice Sonnenberg, Richard Mawe, Frank Wood, Howard Erskine, Marvin Chatinover. -- PG For language.
Sneakers (1992)  Shadowy U.S. intelligence agents blackmail Robert Redford and his eccentric team of security experts into stealing a code-breaking "black box" from a Soviet-funded genius. But Redford uncovers a bigger conspiracy, and he and his "sneakers" (Sidney Poitier, Dan Aykroyd, River Phoenix and David Strathairn) must save themselves and the world economy by stealing the box back from the blackmailers. Cast:  Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, Ben Kingsley, Dan Aykroyd, Mary McDonnell, River Phoenix, David Strathairn, Donal Logue, Timothy Busfield, Eddie Jones, George Hearn, Lee Garlington. -- PG-13 Parents strongly cautioned. 
Snow White and the Huntsman  (2012)  An updated take on the Snow White tale finds the fair-skinned maiden battling the Evil Queen with skills learned from the huntsman sent to kill her. Meanwhile, a love-struck prince bides his time from afar.  Cast: Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth, Sam Claflin, Ian McShane, Bob Hoskins, Ray Winstone, Nick Frost, Toby Jones.  --PG-13-- Intense sequences of violence and action, and brief sensuality.
Snowy River, Return To  (1988)  In this sequel to The Man from Snowy River, frontiersman Jim Craig (Tom Burlinson) returns to the Australian highlands after a three-year absence to find the girl he left behind. However, he's made an enemy in her father and a rival in an arrogant banker's son. Once again, Jim has to prove his mettle to win the girl. Return to Snowy River is marked by the same breathtaking cinematography that graced the first film.  Cast: Tom Burlinson, Sigrid Thornton, Brian Dennehy, Nicholas Eadie, Mark Hembrow, Bryan Marshall, Rhys McConnochie, Peter Cummins, Cornelia Frances. --PG--
Something's Gotta Give (2003)  Sixty and still sexy, Harry (Jack Nicholson) is having the time of his life, wining, dining and bedding women half his age. When he meets an auctioneer (Amanda Peet) and agrees to go to the Hamptons with her, he's convinced he's in for a sinfully fun weekend. Plans go awry when her playwright mother, Erica (Diane Keaton), stops in unannounced, and Harry soon discovers there's nothing wrong with -- and plenty good about -- acting your age. Cast:  Jack Nicholson, Keanu Reeves, Diane Keaton, Amanda Peet, Frances McDormand. -- PG-13 For sexual content, brief nudity and strong language.
Son of the Mask (2005)  Tim Avery (Jamie Kennedy) aspires to fame and fortune as a successful cartoonist. He finds his inspiration from an unusual source -- his baby son, whom, it appears, has been gifted with unusual superpowers. The young child even has a nemesis, a character called Loki (Alan Cumming), whose mask has been purloined by the infant; now, Loki wants the mask back … pronto. What transpires is a struggle of comic-book proportions. Cast: Jamie Kennedy, Alan Cumming, Ryan Falconer, Bob Hoskins. --PG-- For action, crude and suggestive humor and language.
Sound of Music, The (1965)  The hills are alive with the sound of singing siblings and nuns! In Rodgers and Hammerstein's greatest collaboration, a feisty postulant named Maria (Julie Andrews) is sent to care for the unruly, motherless Von Trapp children. She soon tames them -- and finds herself falling for their stern father (Christopher Plummer). Oscar-winning director Robert Wise used stunning Austrian locations to transform the stage musical into a cinema classic. Cast:  Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, Eleanor Parker, Richard Haydn. --G--
Space Station: IMAX (2002)  --  Some 220 miles above Earth lies the International Space Station, a one-of-a-kind laboratory in outer space that 16 nations came together to build. See firsthand the making of this extraordinary structure, as told through spectacular IMAX format. Narrated by Tom Cruise, this film shadows the incredible journey full of trials, obstacles and the ultimate in accomplishment.  --  Starring: Tom Cruise, Janet Lynn Kavandi, More  -- Not rated. 
Spanglish (2004)  Cultures clash with a mighty clang in this comedy of manners and mayhem directed by James Brooks. When a beautiful Mexican housekeeper, Flor (Paz Vega), is hired by a rich Los Angeles family, everyone's life is upended in hilariously zany ways, especially when the parents (Tea Leoni and Adam Sandler) make it their mission to be so welcoming that they become overwhelming -- especially the dad, who's quickly smitten by Flor's beauty. Cast:  Adam Sandler, Tea Leoni, Paz Vega, Cloris Leachman, Shelbie Bruce, Sarah Steele, Ian Hyland, Victoria Luna, Cecilia Suarez, Ricardo Molina, Brenda Canela. -- PG-13 For some sexual content and brief language.
Spanish Prisoner, The  (1997)  Never trust what you see. When a naïve inventor (Campbell Scott) develops "The Process," a top-secret program guaranteed to make billions for his company, the wolves come out -- to fleece him. David Mamet wrote and directed this twisty mystery with masterful sleight of hand. Powerful performances by Ben Gazarra and Steve Martin, plus plenty of surprises and stings, make The Spanish Prisoner the ultimate con flick. Cast:  Campbell Scott, Steve Martin, Rebecca Pidgeon, Felicity Huffman, Ricky Jay, Ben Gazzara. -- PG For thematic elements including tension, some violent images and brief language.
Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997) Sandra Bullock, reprising the role that launched her into Hollywood's upper echelon, sails into trouble aboard the Seaborn Legend in this high-octane sequel. Elated when her beau (Jason Patric) surprises her with tickets for a Caribbean cruise, Bullock finds herself and fellow passengers in dire straits after the ship's recently axed computer whiz (Willem Dafoe) sets the liner on a deadly course. Can the lovebirds stop the runaway vessel in time? Cast: Sandra Bullock, Jason Patric, Willem Dafoe. --PG-13--  For frenetic disaster action and violence.
Spider-Man (2002)  After being chomped by a genetically altered spider, shy high schooler Peter Parker (Toby Maguire) is endowed with amazing superpowers. Kirsten Dunst plays Parker's smitten (not bitten!) girlfriend who willingly falls into his web, and Willem Dafoe is a mad scientist who becomes the Green Goblin -- Spider-Man's erstwhile enemy. The CGI scenes of Spidey swinging from building to building are enough to give Tarzan pause!  Cast:  Tobey Maguire, Willem Dafoe, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco, J.K. Simmons, Cliff Robertson, Rosemary Harris, Bill Nunn, Ron Perkins, Bruce Campbell, Randy Poffo. --PG-13 For stylized violence and action.
Spider-Man 2 (2004)  The heroic arachnid is back in this live-action sequel directed by Sam Raimi and written by Michael Chabon. Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) is going through a major identity crisis. Burned out from being Spider-Man, he decides to shelve his superhero alter ego, which leaves the city suffering in the wake of carnage left by the evil Doc Ock (Alfred Molina). In the meantime, Peter still can't act on his feelings for Mary-Jane (Kirsten Dunst).  Cast:  Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Alfred Molina, James Franco, Elizabeth Banks, Bruce Campbell, Rosemary Harris, J.K. Simmons, Vanessa Ferlito, Ted Raimi. -- PG-13 For stylized action violence.
Star Wars:    Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)                                                                                                                     Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983)                                                                                                          Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999)                                                                                       Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005)
Starsky & Hutch (2004)  One of television's most popular duos heads to the big screen in this adaptation of the popular 1970s series. Join uptight David Starsky (Ben Stiller) and laid-back Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson (Owen Wilson) as they're paired for the first time as undercover cops. The new partners must overcome their differences to solve an important case with help from street informant Huggy Bear (Snoop Dogg) and persuasive criminal Reese Feldman (Vince Vaughn). Cast:  Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Snoop Doggy Dogg, Vince Vaughn, Fred Williamson, Chris Penn, Terry Crews, Richard Edson, Raymond Ma, David Pressman, Amy Smart. -- PG-13 For drug content, sexual situations, partial nudity, language and some violence.
State of Play  2009  When his mistress is found dead, Congressman Stephen Collins (Ben Affleck) tries desperately to protect his name and career. As journalists Cal (Russell Crowe) and Della (Rachel McAdams) investigate further, they uncover an intricate web of lies that stretches to the highest levels of power. Based on the critically acclaimed BBC miniseries, this intriguing political thriller co-stars Helen Mirren, Robin Wright Penn and Jason Bateman. --PG-13  Some violence, language including sexual references, and brief drug content.
Stealth (2005) After the U.S. Navy builds an elite computer-controlled fighter jet designed to study the habits of human pilots, the top secret machine begins to develop its own ideas, running dangerously amok through unfriendly skies. Now that the secret's out, it's up to three young pilots (Josh Lucas, Jessica Biel and Jamie Foxx) and their captain (Sam Shepard) to ground the renegade plane before it ignites nuclear war. Cast: Josh Lucas, Jessica Biel, Jamie Foxx, Sam Shepard. --PG-13-- For intense action, some violence, brief strong language and innuendo.
Stepford Wives, The  (2004)  Joanna Eberhart (Nicole Kidman) and her husband Walter (Matthew Broderick) begin to suspect there's something radically wrong with their neighbors after the couple moves to the beautiful suburb of Stepford. With the single exception of their alcohol-swilling new friend Bobbie (Bette Midler), all the Stepford wives seem to act, well, robotic. Are the husbands replacing their real wives with sexually compliant cyborg copies? And who might be next? Cast:  Nicole Kidman, Bette Midler, Matthew Broderick, Christopher Walken, Faith Hillz. -- PG-13 For sexual content, thematic material and language.
Stick It (2006)  When her rebellious attitude gets her in trouble with the law, acerbic 17-year-old Haley Graham (Missy Peregrym), a former gymnast, is sentenced to enroll in an elite gymnastics academy run by notorious coach Burt Vickerman (Jeff Bridges), where she butts heads with a competitive rival (Vanessa Lengies). But with an important international meet on the horizon, can the girls put their differences aside to win? Cast: Jeff Bridges, Missy Peregrym, Vanessa Lengies, Gia Carides. --PG-13--  For some crude remarks.
Sting, The  (1973)  After rookie grifter Johnny Hooker tracks down veteran flim-flam man Henry Gondorff in 1930s Chicago, the duo plans to fleece a homicidal racketeer through a phony racetrack scam involving a string of double- and triple-crosses.  Cast: Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Robert Shaw, Charles Durning, Ray Walston, Eileen Brennan, Harold Gould, John Heffernan, Dana Elcar, Jack Kehoe, Dimitra Arliss, Robert Earl Jones.  --PG--
Sting II, The  (1983)  Jackie Gleason and Mac Davis play Gondorff and Hooker (the characters made famous by Paul Newman and Robert Redford in The Sting), two con artists who return for more action when rival gangs try to out-con each other. This time, the fix is on a boxing match. Teri Garr, Karl Malden and Oliver Reed (in the role played by Robert Shaw in the original) provide support in this caper film that's a worthy follow-up to the original.  Cast: Jackie Gleason, Mac Davis, Teri Garr, Karl Malden, Oliver Reed, Bert Remsen, Kathalina Veniero, José Pérez , Larry Bishop.  --PG--
Stranger than Fiction (2006) As a novelist (Emma Thompson) struggles with how to kill off her main character, IRS auditor Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) begins hearing her narration in his head and realizes he must prevent his own death. Crick's world turns upside down, and it's a life-or-death situation as he tries to persuade best-selling author Kay Eiffel to change the ending of her novel. Maggie Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman and Queen Latifah lead the fine supporting cast. --PG-13--  For some disturbing images, sexuality, brief language and nudity 
Starter Wife, The (2007) Emmy Award winner Debra Messing (TV's "Will and Grace") stars as Molly Kagan, the jilted ex-wife of a Hollywood studio head who, after her divorce, finds herself blacklisted from the life she once led. Seeking refuge in a Malibu resort, Molly works feverishly to build a new life for herself. Based on the best-seller by Gigi Levangie Grazer, this made-for-TV comedy also stars Judy Davis, in an Emmy-winning role. --PG-13--
Streetcar Named Desire, A (1951) Marlon Brando spellbinds as the brutish Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams's classic rumination on carnal attraction and faded gentility. After losing the family plantation to creditors, Blanche DuBois (Vivien Leigh) travels to New Orleans hoping to find comfort with her sister (Kim Hunter), Stanley's wife. But Blanche gets more than she bargained for. Oscars went to Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden for their monumental performances. --PG--
Superman Returns (2006) After a multiyear hiatus from Metropolis, Superman (played by Brandon Routh and Stephan Bender) returns to find a city that's managed to survive without him, an old flame (Kate Bosworth) who's moved on and an old enemy (Kevin Spacey) who wants him destroyed. Parker Posey, Eva Marie Saint, Peta Wilson and Marlon Brando (through the magic of archival footage) co-star in this long-awaited installment of the superhero saga. Cast: Brandon Routh, Kate Bosworth, Marlon Brando, Kevin Spacey --PG-13--  For some intense action violence. 
Sure Thing, The (1985)  When free-spirited Walter "Gib" Gibson (John Cusack) meets studious Alison Bradbury (Daphne Zuniga) during their first semester at an Ivy League college, sparks fly -- unfortunately, mostly disastrously for the smitten Gib. Inevitably, the duo is tossed together when they both answer the same ad for a ride-share to California. Talk about a sure thing … hey, Gib, it's now or never! Directed by Rob Reiner. Cast: John Cusack, Daphne Zuniga, Anthony Edwards, Boyd Gaines, Tim Robbins, Lisa Jane Persky. --PG-13--
Sweet Home Alabama (2002) Beautiful, ambitious Melanie (Reese Witherspoon) leaves her rural Alabama background and high school-sweetheart husband (Josh Lucas) behind in favor of Manhattan's glamorous fashion and social circles. When her Park Avenue boyfriend (Patrick Dempsey) proposes, it's time to head South and finally get those divorce papers signed. But will it really be that easy to forget her past? Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Josh Lucas, Patrick Dempsey, Candice Bergen. --PG-13-- For some language/sexual references 
Taken (2008)  While vacationing with a friend in Paris, an American girl (Maggie Grace) is kidnapped by a gang of human traffickers intent on selling her into forced prostitution. Working against the clock, her ex-spy father (Liam Neeson) must pull out all the stops to save her. But with his best years possibly behind him, the job may be more than he can handle. Famke Janssen also stars in this relentless action-thriller from director Pierre Morel. --PG-13-- Parents strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. 
Taken 2  (2012) Retired special ops agent Bryan Mills and his ex-wife are abducted in Istanbul in a bid to avenge the deaths of his daughter Kim's kidnappers. This time, it's Kim who helps to free her parents -- unleashing Bryan to turn the tables on his abductors. Cast:  Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen, Leland Orser, Jon Gries, D.B. Sweeney, Luke Grimes, Rade Serbedzija -- PG-13 -- Intense sequences of violence and action, and some sensuality.
Take the Lead (2006) When a former professional dancer (Antonio Banderas) offers his skills to the New York public school system, his traditional methods clash with his students' hip-hop sensibilities. But by combining the two techniques -- and learning to work together -- the class creates a style uniquely their own. Alfre Woodard co-stars in this inspiring dance drama based on the real-life experiences of instructor Pierre Dulane. Cast: Antonio Banderas, Rob Brown, Alfre Woodard, Dante Basco. --PG-13--  For thematic material, language and some violence 
Taxi (2004)  Racecar-driver wannabe Belle (Queen Latifah) uses her prowess behind the wheel to become a cabbie. Thanks to her reputation for speeding through the city -- even school zones -- at speeds of 135 mph, a young cop (Jimmy Fallon) convinces her to use her skills to help him catch a gang of beautiful female bank robbers. Co-stars Ann-Margret, Ana Cristina De Oliveria and Jennifer Esposito. Cast:  Queen Latifah, Jimmy Fallon, Henry Simmons, Jennifer Esposito, Gisele Bundchen, Ana Cristina De Oliveira, Ingrid Vandebosch, Magali Amadei, Ann-Margret, Christian Kane. -- PG-13 -- For language, sensuality and brief violence.
Terminal, The (2004)  Viktor Navorski (Tom Hanks) is a man without a country; his plane took off just as a coup d'etat exploded in his homeland, leaving it in shambles. Now, he's landed at Kennedy Airport, where he meets a beautiful stranger, Amelia (Catherine Zeta-Jones). But with a passport that nobody recognizes, Viktor is quarantined in the transit lounge until authorities can figure out what to do with him. Is he doomed to live in "no man's land" forever?   Cast:  Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Stanley Tucci, Chi McBride, Diego Luna, Barry Shabaka Henley, Zoe Saldana, Eddie Jones. -- PG-13 For brief language and drug references.
Terms of Endearment (1983) Mothers are from Mars, and daughters are from Venus in this warm, offbeat story adapted from Larry McMurtry's novel. Director James L. Brooks seamlessly tells the story of a mother and daughter whose lives are changed by the men they love and their abiding love for each other. Terms of Endearment won five Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Actress (MacLaine), Best Supporting Actor (Jack Nicholson), Best Director and Best Screenplay. -- PG --
Three Stooges:   1) Disorder in the Court    2) Bridless Groom   3) Malice in the Palace  4) Sing a Song of Six Pants
Thunderbirds (2004)  Dangerous missions are the bread and butter of the Thunderbirds, a high-tech secret force employed by the government. Led by Jeff Tracy (Bill Paxton), the Thunderbirds are at the top of their game, but their nemesis, The Hood (Ben Kingsley), has landed on their island and is attempting a coup by using the team's rescue vehicles. He'll soon discover that the Thunderbirds won't go down without a fight. Co-stars Anthony Edwards and Brady Corbet.  Cast:  Bill Paxton, Ben Kingsley, Anthony Edwards, Brady Corbet, Soren Fulton, Vanessa Anne Hudgens. -- PG For intense action sequences and language.
Thor (2011) PG-13 Kenneth Branagh directs this Marvel Comics-inspired action flick about the thunder god Thor (Chris Hemsworth), a powerful warrior whose father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins) -- the king of Asgard -- forces him to live among humans on Earth and learn humility. Once there, he finds a friend (Natalie Portman), along with unexpected enemies sent from his world. Kat Dennings, Stellan Skarsgård and Rene Russo co-star. --PG-13-- for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence.
Timeline (2003)  In the near future, a technology corporation has created a method of traveling into the past. When a history professor (Billy Connolly) is trapped in 1357 France, his students and son (Paul Walker, Frances O'Connor and Gerard Butler) travel back to rescue him. Once there, they have to deal with untold perils before they can complete their mission. Based on the titular novel by best-selling author Michael Crichton.  Cast:  Paul Walker, Frances O'Connor, Gerard Butler, Billy Connolly, Ethan Embry, Anna Friel, Marton Csokas, Michael Sheen, Lambert Wilson, Matt Craven, David La Haye, David Thewlis, Richard Zeman, Neal McDonough, Christian Paul. -- PG-13 For intense battle sequences and brief language.
Titanic (1997)  This Academy Award-winning epic from director James Cameron scored big for its state-of-the-art special effects and huge production scale. Loosely based on the story of the ill-fated ocean liner, Cameron's Titanic offers a fresh, personal look at the lives of the ship's passengers. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet became household names after this movie berthed at the box office.  --  Cast:  Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart, Bill Paxton.  --  PG-13 For a scene of sexual assault and other violent areas.
Tommy  (1975)  The Who made history with this campy cult classic -- the first-ever filmed "rock opera" -- which tells the tale of Tommy (Roger Daltrey), a boy who loses the ability to hear, speak and see after the tragic death of his father. Despite his losses, Tommy becomes a pinball champion and religious messiah, only to have his followers betray him. Tina Turner, Elton John and Eric Clapton all turn in performances in this outlandish production.  Cast: Roger Daltrey, Ann-Margret, Oliver Reed, Elton John, Eric Clapton, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, Paul Nicholas, Jack Nicholson, Robert Powell, Pete Townshend, Tina Turner. --PG--
Tommy Boy (1995)  Party animal Tommy Callahan (Chris Farley) is a few cans short of a six-pack. But when the family business starts tanking, it's up to Tommy and number-cruncher Richard Hayden (David Spade) to save the day. "Saturday Night Live" stars Farley and Spade take off like rockets in this riotous road comedy, where every wrong turn leads to laughter.  Cast:  Chris Farley, David Spade, Brian Dennehy, Rob Lowe, Bo Derek. -- PG-13 For sex-related humor, some drug content and nudity.
Top Gun (1986)  Satisfy your need for speed and launch your home theater into the jet-propelled world of the U.S. Navy's best aviators. Tom Cruise plays Maverick, who has to struggle to control himself, responsibility and a steamy love affair (with Kelly McGillis) while competing at the Navy's fighter-weapons school, better known as Top Gun. Anthony Edwards co-stars as Maverick's loyal sidekick Goose, while Val Kilmer glowers as Iceman. Tony Scott directs.  Cast:  Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Tom Skerritt, Anthony Edwards, Val Kilmer, Michael Ironside, John Stockwell, Barry Tubb, Rick Rossovich, Tim Robbins, Meg Ryan. -- PG Parental guidance.
Tower Heist  (2011)  When a group of workers at a ritzy Manhattan condo realize their boss has swindled them out of their pensions, they vow to reap their own justice. With the cooperation of the building manager, the group devises an ingenious plot to recover the funds.  Cast: Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Matthew Broderick, Casey Affleck, Michael Peña, Téa Leoni, Gabourey Sidibe, Alan Alda, Judd Hirsch, Nina Arianda.  --PG-13 -- Language and sexual content.
Toy, The (1982)  Director Richard Donner's family comedy puts two comedic greats together on-screen. In an effort to placate his bratty son Eric (Scott Schwartz), wealthy businessman Bates (Jackie Gleason) promises him any toy in the store. Eric chooses Jack Brown (Richard Pryor), a man just desperate enough to put up with the brat to make some money. But when Jack realizes that Bates ignores Eric, the boy and his toy work together to cook up some just revenge. Cast:  Richard Pryor, Jackie Gleason, Ned Beatty, Scott Schwartz, Teresa Ganzel, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Tony King, Don Hood. -- PG --
Transporter 2, The (2005) In this action-packed sequel, ex-mercenary Frank Martin (Jason Statham) comes out of retirement to track down kidnappers who are part of a larger plot. Now a chauffer to a wealthy family, Martin has bonded with his employer's son, Jack -- so when Jack is abducted, Martin springs into action to save him. It doesn't take long for Martin to realize he'll need to use all his skills to stop the villains from carrying out a sinister master plan. Cast: Jason Statham, Alessandro Gassman, Amber Valletta, Katie Nauta, Matthew Modine, Jason Flemyng, Keith David, Hunter Clary, Shannon Briggs, Jeff Chase, Francois Berleand. -- PG-13 For intense sequences of violent action, sexual content, partial nudity and brief language
Transporter, The (2002)  Former Special Forces officer Frank Martin (Jason Statham) is now a courier in the underworld, and his policy of not asking questions has earned him a reputation -- and money. But when Martin discovers that his cargo is alive, he opens the package to reveal the bound and gagged Lai (Shu Qi), setting in motion a dangerous chain of events that involves Lai's father, a French detective and others in director Corey Yuen's high-action crime drama. Cast: Jason Statham, Qi Shu, Francois Berleand, Matt Schulze -- PG-13-- For violent sequences and some sensuality.
Tristan & Isolde (2006) Directed by Kevin Reynolds, this timeless medieval tale follows Tristan (James Franco) and Isolde (Sophia Myles), star-crossed lovers doomed by the forces of imperial politics. When gallant English knight Tristan wins the love of beautiful Isolde -- the daughter of the Irish king (David O'Hara) -- their liaison threatens to destroy the uneasy truce between their two nations. Rufus Sewell plays English warlord Lord Marke. Cast: James Franco, Sophia Myles, Rufus Sewell, David O'Hara. --PG-13--  For intense battle sequences and some sexuality.
Trouble with the Curve  (2012)  Slowed by age and failing eyesight, crack baseball scout Gus Lobel takes his grown daughter along as he checks out the final prospect of his career. Along the way, the two renew their bond, and she catches the eye of a young player-turned-scout. Cast: Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, Matthew Lillard, Robert Patrick, Scott Eastwood, Joe Massingill, Matt Bush, Chelcie Ross -- PG-13-- Language, sexual references, some thematic material and smoking.
Tuck Everlasting (2002)  When a teenage girl named Winnie gets lost in the woods and meets Jesse Tuck near a magic spring, she befriends his family and learns why they need to keep their lives a secret from the rest of the world.  Cast:  Alexis Bledel, William Hurt, Sissy Spacek, Jonathan Jackson, Scott Bairstow, Ben Kingsley, Amy Irving, Victor Garber, Elisabeth Shue, Kosha Engler.  --PG--  Some violence
Tuxedo (2002)  New York City cab driver Jimmy Tong (Jackie Chan) is hired as a chauffeur for a mysterious man named Clark Devlin (Jason Isaacs). When Devlin is hospitalized, Tong unwillingly takes over Devlin's role as a spy for the U.S. government -- with the aid of Devlin's computerized tuxedo, which gives its wearer supernatural powers -- and finds himself paired with a sexy but inexperienced consort (Jennifer Love Hewitt).  Cast:  Jackie Chan, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jason Isaacs, Debi Mazar, Peter Stormare, Ritchie Coster, Mia Cottet, Romany Malco, Daniel Kash, James Brown. -- PG-13 For action violence, sexual content and language.
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1  (2011)  Not long after immortal soul mates Bella Swan and Edward Cullen say "I do," a strange sensation begins to build inside Bella's burgeoning belly. But the couple's unborn child is at risk before she's even born.  Cast:  Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Peter Facinelli, Ashley Greene, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Elizabeth Reaser, Nikki Reed, Billy Burke, Maggie Grace, Jamie Campbell Bower, Michael Sheen, Anna Kendrick -- PG-13 -- Disturbing images, violence, sexuality/partial nudity and some thematic elements.
Twilight Saga: Eclipse  (2010)  Danger stalks Seattle with a rash of mysterious killings that have Bella feeling less secure than ever. While a malevolent vampire continues her quest for revenge, Bella must also reconcile her love for Edward and her growing feelings for Jacob.  Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Xavier Samuel, Billy Burke, Justin Chon, Anna Kendrick, Michael Welch, Christian Serratos, Jackson Rathbone, Ashley Greene, Paul Jarrett, Iris Quinn, Sarah Clarke, Peter Facinelli, Elizabeth Reaser, Kellan Lutz, Nikki Reed, Bryce Dallas Howard, Dakota Fanning -- PG-13 -- Intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality.
Twilight Saga: New Moon  (2009)  Still reeling from the departure of vampire Edward Cullen, a heartbroken Bella Swan finds comfort in her friendship with werewolf Jacob Black. But she's soon thrust into an age-old conflict that threatens her desire to be with Edward at any cost.  Cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Rachelle Lefevre, Billy Burke, Peter Facinelli, Nikki Reed, Kellan Lutz, Jackson Rathbone, Michael Sheen, Dakota Fanning, Edi Gathegi, Graham Greene, Elizabeth Reaser. -- PG-13 -- Some violence and action.
U-571 (2000) It's 1942, and the Nazis are decisively winning the war at sea, thanks to the Enigma encoding device that makes the German ciphering system unbreakable. Facing tremendous risks for the greater good of the Allies, American submariners Lt. Andrew Tyler (Matthew McConaughey), Lt. Cmdr. Mike Dahlgren (Bill Paxton), Lt. Pete Emmett (Jon Bon Jovi) and others undertake a mission to steal the Enigma in director Jonathan Mostow's Oscar-winning thriller. Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Bill Paxton, Harvey Keitel, Jon Bon Jovi, Jake Weber . --PG-13--  For war violence.
Unbreakable (2000)  Bruce Willis plays an ordinary man who makes an extraordinary discovery when a train accident leaves his fellow passengers dead -- and him unscathed. Is he unbreakable? The answer may lie with the mysterious Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who suffers from a disease that renders his bones as fragile as glass. Unbreakable marks writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's moody follow-up to The Sixth Sense.   Cast:  Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, Robin Wright Penn, Spencer Treat Clark, Charlayne Woodard, Eamonn Walker, Leslie Stefanson, James Handy, M. Night Shyamalan. -- PG-13 For mature themes, some disturbing violent content and a sexual reference.
Unconditional Love (2002)  Kathy Bates plays Grace Beasley, a loving wife whose life takes a tragic turn when her husband (Dan Aykroyd) leaves her and her favorite pop star/life-long inspiration Victor Fox (Jonathan Pryce) dies. She travels to London for the funeral, where she meets the dead star's lover (Rupert Everett). She convinces him to return with her to Chicago to find the singer's killer, and their adventure helps her learn to live life on her own terms.  Cast:  Kathy Bates, Rupert Everett, Meredith Eaton, Peter Sarsgaard, Lynn Redgrave, Stephanie Beacham, Richard Briers, Marcia Warren, Jack Noseworthy, Daniel Wyllie, Dan Aykroydl. -- PG-13 For thematic elements, sexual content, brief strong language and some violence.
Under the Tuscan Sun (2003)  In this movie loosely based on Frances Mayes's best-selling memoir of the same title, Diane Lane stars as Frances, a newly divorced American writer who heads for the Italian region of Tuscany to make limonita out of life's lemons. Having just quit her high-pressure job and ended her heartbreaking marriage, she buys a decrepit-but-charming house in Cortona on impulse, rebuilding it piece by piece -- and herself along with it.  Cast:  Diane Lane, Sandra Oh, Lindsay Duncan, Raoul Bova, Vincent Riotta, Mario Monicelli, Roberto Nobile, Anita Zagaria, Evelina Gori. -- PG-13 For sexual content and language.
Unfinished Life, An  (2005)  When her husband dies, grieving widow Jean moves with her daughter into the Wyoming home of her estranged father-in-law, steely rancher Einar, even though they don't get along. Over time, the two learn to move on through the power of forgiveness.  Cast:  Jennifer Lopez, Robert Redford, Becca Gardner, Damian Lewis, Morgan Freeman, Josh Lucas, Camryn Manheim. -- PG-13 --  For some violence including domestic abuse, and language.
Van Helsing (2004)   Vampire hunter extraordinaire Dr. Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman) travels to a mysterious region of Eastern Europe on a quest to vanquish the big three -- Count Dracula (Richard Roxburgh), the Wolf Man (Will Kemp) and Frankenstein's Monster (Shuler Hensley). On hand is his intrepid assistant Anna (Kate Beckinsale), the heir to a family committed to hunting down and destroying the Count. Based on author Bram Stoker's character that appeared in Dracula. Cast: Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale, Richard Roxburgh, David Wenham.-- PG-13 For nonstop creature action violence and frightening images, and for sensuality.
Vanity Fair (2004)  Becky Sharp (Reese Witherspoon) is a lower-class girl who uses her considerable wit to climb her way up the precipitous ladder of 1820s London society in this latest, faithful film version of William Makepeace Thackeray's famous novel. But it's not easy for Becky, who, when circumstances dictate, must become a governess at a remote country house, where she's courted in turn by an elderly lord and his roguish son (James Purefoy).  Cast:  Reese Witherspoon, James Purefoy, Romola Garai, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Gabriel Byrne, Jim Broadbent, Bob Hoskins. -- PG-13 For some sensuality/partial nudity and a brief violent image.
Vertical Limit (2000)  Trapped near the summit of K2, the world's second-highest mountain, Annie Garrett (Robin Tunney) radios to base camp for help. Brother Peter (Chris O'Donnell) hears Annie's message and assembles a team to save her and her group before they succumb to K2's unforgiving elements. But the rescuers face several terrifying events that could end the rescue attempt … and their lives.Cast: Chris O'Donnell, Bill Paxton, Robin Tunney, Scott Glenn, Izabella Scorupco, Temuera Morrison, Stuart Wilson, Augie Davis, Steve Le Marquand. -- PG-13 For intense life/death situations and brief strong language.
Vertigo  (1958)  One of Alfred Hitchcock's darkest and most compelling suspense films tells the story of police detective Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart), who has a crippling fear of heights -- and an all-consuming obsession with a married woman. When an old friend asks him to tail his wife (Kim Novak), Scottie is drawn into a vortex of deceit and murder. But that's only the beginning as a mesmerizing score draws Scottie to the film's haunting final shot.  Cast: James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes, Tom Helmore.  --PG--
Village, The  (2004)  M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs) assembles an all-star cast -- including Bryce Howard, Joaquin Phoenix, Sigourney Weaver, Adrien Brody and William Hurt -- in this chilling tale about an isolated village whose residents face the constant threat of evil creatures lurking in its surrounding woods. When one of them decides to venture beyond the town borders, what happens next may change the villagers' lives forever.  Cast:  William Hurt, Judy Greer, Joaquin Phoenix, Adrien Brody, Sigourney Weaver, Bryce Howard. -- PG-13 For a scene of violence and frightening situations
Vow, The (2012) Rachel McAdams stars in this romantic drama about a newlywed woman who slips into a coma after a car accident and awakens with amnesia. Her devoted husband (Channing Tatum) must help her recover and also win her back.
Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Jessica Lange, Sam Neill, Jessica McNamee, Wendy Crewson, Tatiana Maslany, Lucas Bryant, Scott Speedman, Sarah Carter, Dillon Casey, Jeananne Goossen, Rachel Skarsten, Kristina Pesic -- PG-13 -- An accident scene, sexual content, partial nudity and some language.
Walk the Line (2005) Among the pantheon of great country singers, Johnny Cash (played here by Joaquin Phoenix) may just be the most enigmatic. James Mangold's film distills Cash's transformation from man to icon -- from his hardscrabble days on an Arkansas farm to Sun Records in Memphis, Tenn., where Cash finally found a way for his talent to come into its own. Reese Witherspoon plays his beloved June, alongside co-stars Robert Patrick and Shelby Lynne. Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Ginnifer Goodwin, Robert Patrick, Shelby Lynne, Dan Beene. --PG-13--  For some language, thematic material and depiction of drug dependency.
Walking with Dinosaurs  (2013)  Step back in time -- way back -- and frolic with dinosaurs in this incredibly realistic film that totally immerses you in a prehistoric world. And while you're there, follow the exploits of a little underdog dino who goes on an epic adventure.  Cast:  John Leguizamo, Justin Long, Tiya Sircar, Skyler Stone, Charlie Rowe, Angourie Rice, Michael Leone.  -- PG -- Creature action and peril, and mild rude humor 
War Horse  (2011)  Adapted from a novel by Michael Morpurgo, this majestic World War I drama centers on Devon lad Albert and his steadfast horse, Joey, whose faithful bond cannot be shaken -- even when Joey is sold to the cavalry and sent off to France.  Cast:  Emily Watson, David Thewlis, Peter Mullan, Niels Arestrup, Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irvine, Benedict Cumberbatch, Toby Kebbell, David Kross, Eddie Marsan, Nicolas Bro, Rainer Bock, Patrick Kennedy, Leonhard Carow, Celine Buckens.  --PG-13--  Intense sequences of war violence.
War of the Worlds (2005) You know the story: Invading Martians equipped with ships that shoot unstoppable disintegration rays attempt to overwhelm the Earth. Based on the novel by H.G. Wells (and adapted into a famous 1953 movie starring Gene Barry), this version stars Tom Cruise and Dakota Fanning as a father and daughter trying to keep one step ahead of the destroying Martians while humanity tries to muster a defense … any defense! Steven Spielberg directs. Cast:  Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Justin Chatwin, Miranda Otto, Tim Robbins, David Alan Basche.  PG-13 For frightening sequences of sci-fi violence and disturbing images.  
War of the Worlds, The  (1953)  This 1953 adaptation of H.G. Wells' classic won an Oscar for its special effects, and with good reason. From the deadly Martian machines to fleeting glimpses of the grotesque invaders, The War of the Worlds set the sci-fi standard for years to come. Presented in its original, amazing format, the movie hasn't aged and still packs quite a jolt. -- Cast:  Gene Barry, Ann Robinson, Less Tremayne  Not Rated
Wayne's World (1992) In this big-screen feature of a legendary "Saturday Night Live" parody, Wayne (Mike Myers) and Garth (Dana Carvey), the original "Party on!" overgrown teenagers, produce a no-budget cable access show that wins a contract from a fast-talking ad man (Rob Lowe). The dudes think they've hit it big -- but may have fallen for a scam. Meanwhile, Wayne has fallen again -- this time, for gorgeous rocker (Tia Carrere) who takes his hormones for a ride.  Cast:  Mike Myers, Dana Carvey, Rob Lowe, Tia Carrere. --PG-13-- 
Wedding Date, The (2005)   Kat (Debra Messing) can't stomach the idea of attending her sister's London wedding, where her ex-boyfriend, who had ceremoniously dumped Kat perilously close to the altar, will likely be a guest. But duty calls and she must fly in for the torturous affair, which she decides may be more palatable if she seeks companionship of a different sort … that of a male escort (Dermot Mulroney). Sparks fly as love finds its way in this romantic comedy.Starring: Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney, More -- PG-13 For sexual content including dialogue.
Welcome to Mooseport (2004)  A former U.S. president (Gene Hackman) who plans to retire in a small northeastern coastal town has his hands full when he tries to fill an empty mayoral seat. The unlikely opposition comes from an unassuming hardware store owner (Ray Romano) who quickly proves to be a bona fide man of the people -- and wildly popular. Also stars Maura Tierney and Marcia Gay Harden.  Cast:  Gene Hackman, Ray Romano, Maura Tierney, June Squibb, Rip Torn, Christine Baranski, Fred Savage, Marcia Gay Harden. -- PG-13 For some brief sexual comments and nudity.
Where the Heart Is (2000)  Novalee Nation (Natalie Portman) is a 15-year-old Tennessee transient who has to grow up in a hurry. Left pregnant and abandoned by her boyfriend on a roadside in Sequoyah, Okla., Novalee takes refuge in a Wal-Mart. In short order, some eccentric, kindly strangers (Stockard Channing, Ashley Judd) "adopt" Novalee and her infant daughter, and together they try to buck the odds and build a life. Cast: Natalie Portman, James Frain, Ray Prewitt, Laura House, Ashley Judd. --PG-13-- 
White Noise (2005)  Michael Keaton stars as architect John Rivers, whose life is shattered by the death of his wife, Anna (Chandra West). Contacted by a man (Ian McNeice) who professes to be getting messages from Anna through Electronic Voice Phenomena, the dubious John ultimately becomes convinced of the communication's validity and is soon fixated on trying to contact her himself. But his investigation into EVP inadvertently unlocks a door to another world. … Cast:  Michael Keaton, Chandra West, Deborah Unger, Ian McNeice, Sarah Strange, Nicholas Elia, Mike Dopud, Marsha Regis, Brad Sihvon, Mitchell Kosterman. -- PG-13 For violence, disturbing images and language.
Who Killed the Electric Car? (2006) Amid ever-increasing gas prices, this Documentary delves into the short life of the GM EV1 electric car -- once all the rage in the mid-1990s and now fallen by the roadside. How could such an efficient, green-friendly vehicle fail to transform our garages and skies? Through interviews with government officials, former GM employees and concerned celebs (such as EV1 driver Mel Gibson), Chris Paine (former EV1 owner) seeks to answer the question. Cast: Martin Sheen, Peter Horton, Mel Gibson, Tom Hanks. --PG--  For brief, mild language 
Whole Ten Yards, The (2004)  In this sequel to The Whole Nine Yards, hit man Jimmy the Tulip (Bruce Willis) still lives next door to meek dentist Oz (Matthew Perry), who's now married to Jimmy's ex-wife (Natasha Henstridge). For his part, Jimmy is married to Oz's former dental assistant, Jill St. Claire (Amanda Peet). Jimmy's trying to go straight and recast himself into the family man mold, but all bets are off when Cynthia is kidnapped by the Hungarian mob. Cast:  Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry, Amanda Peet, Kevin Pollak, Natasha Henstridge, Tallulah Belle Willis, Johnny Messner. -- PG-13 For sexual content, some violence and language.
Wild Hogs (2007) Restless and ready for adventure, four suburban bikers (Tim Allen, Martin Lawrence, William H. Macy and John Travolta) leave the safety of their subdivision and embark on the open road. But complications ensue when they cross paths with an intimidating band of New Mexico bikers known as the Del Fuegos. Jill Hennessy, Marisa Tomei and Ray Liotta also star in this leather-clad comedy from screenwriter Brad Copeland. --PG-13-- For crude and sexual content, and some violence.
Wild Wild West (1999)  Will Smith and Kevin Kline star in this remake of the 1960s cult TV series. As special government agents hot on the trail of diabolical genius Arliss Lovelace (Kenneth Branagh), Smith and Kline bring their man to justice using a formidable array of crime-fighting gadgetry. But Lovelace's 80-foot-high mechanical spider dwarfs the duo's ingenious arsenal. Cast:  Will Smith, Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branagh, Salma Hayek. - PG13 - For action violence, sex references and innuendo.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) -- Eccentric candy man Willy Wonka (Gene Wilder) prompts a frenzy when he announces that five golden tickets hidden inside his candy bars will get their holders into his top-secret factory. Amidst a world of Oompa Loompas and chocolate rivers, young Charlie Bucket (Peter Ostrum) and Grandpa Joe (Jack Albertson) get caught in the middle of Wonka's secret agenda in director Mel Stuart's Oscar-nominated fantasy based on Roald Dahl's award-winning book.  --  Starring: Gene Wilder, Jack Albertson, More  --  G  -- 
Wimbledon (2004)  Tennis player Peter Cort's (Paul Bettany) career is on the wane; his serves are far from scorching, and his returns are missing their mark. But a lucky wild-card entry into the most prestigious tournament of all, Wimbledon, just may be his last hurrah. Love-love finds him off-court when he falls for tempestuous American athlete Lizzie Bradbury (Kirsten Dunst). Can Peter chart this new course, or will he lose his way once more?  Cast:  Kirsten Dunst, Paul Bettany, Kyle Hyde, Robert Lindsay, Celia Imrie, Penny Ryder, Annabel Leventon, Amanda Walker, James McAvoy. -- PG-13 For language, sexuality and partial nudity.
Wing Commander (1999)   Buck Rogers ain't got nothin' on Freddie Prinze Jr. when he teams up with Matthew Lillard and Saffron Burrows to kick some alien butt in this sci-fi extravaganza. Fresh from the Space Academy, pilot Chris Blair (Prinze) has a genetic gift for sensing time-space continuum problems. And he'll need all the edge he can get when he squares off against the hideous Kilrathi in interstellar battle. Cast:  Freddie Prinze Jr., Saffron Burrows, Matthew Lillard, Tcheky Karyo, Jurgen Prochnow, David Suchet. -- PG13 --
Witches, The (1990)  A young boy named Luke (Jasen Fisher) and his grandmother spend vacation time together in a seaside town. Little did they know their hotel houses some very unusual and rather scary guests: witches. They're in town for a convention to listen to the Grand High Witch (Anjelica Huston) unveil her master plan to turn all children into mice. Will Luke fall victim to the witches' plot? Adapted from author Roald Dahl's children's story. Cast: Anjelica Huston and Mai Zetterling. --PG--
Without a Paddle (2004) Three friends (Seth Green, Matthew Lillard and Dax Shepard) leave their home in Philadelphia for a camping trip after their friend Billy's death. Their destination has special meaning, as Billy was fixated on going there to search for a lost treasure. Hoping to find some of the $194,200 of famed airline hijacker D.B. Cooper's money -- rumored to be located somewhere in the wilderness -- the men embark on the adventure of their lives.  Cast:  Matthew Lillard, Seth Green, Dax Shepard, Burt Reynolds, Bonnie Somerville, Ethan Suplee, Rachel Blanchard, Abraham Benrubi. -- PG-13 For drug content, sexual material, language, crude humor and some violence.
Wizard of Oz, The : (1939)   Dreams really do come true. … Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Munchkins and all of Oz's other fantastic characters spring to life in this restored version of the 1939 classic starring Judy Garland. Featuring commentary from film historian John Fricke and several cast members, this renewed version will send fans soaring over the rainbow. Also included: a featurette about the restoration process, a storybook and more. Cast:  Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Billie Burke, Margaret Hamilton, Charlie Grapewin. -- G --
World's Fastest Indian, The (2005)  In 1967, New Zealander Burt Munro (Anthony Hopkins) set records with his customized Indian Scout motorcycle at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah. But perhaps more amazing than his jaw-dropping land speed of 183.586 mph was the fact that he was a 67-year-old grandfather. Based on a true story, this drama is the second pairing for Hopkins and writer-director Roger Donaldson (Cocktail, Thirteen Days), who also worked together on The Bounty (1984). Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Bruce Greenwood, Diane Ladd, Jessica Cauffiel. --PG-13--  For brief language, drug use and a sexual reference.
Wreck-It Ralph  (2012)  Wreck-It Ralph longs to be the good guy instead of the villain in an old-school video game. He sees his chance and sneaks into the arcade's newest game, a flashy first-person shooter. But in doing the forbidden, he unleashes a deadly enemy.  Cast: John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Alan Tudyk, Mindy Kaling, Joe Lo Truglio, Ed O'Neill, Dennis Haysbert -- PG -- Some rude humor and mild action/violence.
Wyatt Earp (1994)  Director Lawrence Kasdan depicts a dark, complicated Wyatt Earp (Kevin Costner) in this epic Western. Ride with Earp, his father (Gene Hackman) and his closest friend, Doc Holliday (Dennis Quaid), as he makes his way from Wichita, Kansas, to Tombstone, Arizona, where the legendary gunfight at the OK Corral takes place in a blaze of fiery glory. Cast:  Kevin Costner, Dennis Quaid, Gene Hackman, Mark Harmon, Isabella Rossellini. --PG13-- For strong gunfights, some language and sensuality.  4 hours 40 minutes.
X-Men (2000) They are genetically gifted mutants -- the world's newest, most persecuted minority group. Amidst increasing fear and bigotry, Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) provides a safe haven for powerful outcasts like Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Rogue (Anna Paquin) and Storm (Halle Berry). But can the X-Men triumph over Magneto (Ian McKellen) and his band of evil mutants? Catch this explosive battle for freedom and honor! Cast: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, 
Ian McKellen, Famke Janssen.  --PG-13-
-  For sci-fi action violence.
X2: X-Men United (2003)  In X2, the sequel to the Marvel Comics-based hit X-Men, the group of humans who have mutated into superheroes band together to find out who's behind the rising tide of anti-mutant sentiment. Storm (Halle Berry), Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart), Magneto (Ian McKellen), Cyclops (James Marsden), Mystique (Rebecca Romijn-Stamos) and Jean Grey (Famke Janssen) are back to battle the bad guys -- hopefully for the last time. Cast: Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Halle Berry. --Pg-13-- For sci-fi action/violence, some sexuality and brief language
XXX Special Edition (2002) Triple X  Vin Diesel reunites with The Fast and the Furious director Rob Cohen for another high-octane, action-packed thrill ride! Xander "XXX" Cage (Diesel), a notorious underground thrill-seeker heretofore deemed untouchable by the law, is coerced by NSA Agent Gibbons (Samuel L. Jackson) to cooperate with the government and infiltrate a Russian crime ring; if XXX succeeds, Gibbons promises to keep him out of prison. Cast:  Vin Diesel, Samuel L. Jackson, Asia Argento, Marton Csokas, Thomas Ian Griffith, Richy Muller, Werner Dahn. -- PG-13 For violence, non-stop action sequences, sensuality, drug content and language.
Year of Living Dangerously,The  (1983)  An impassioned love affair is underway with the backdrop of revolution in Indonesia. This gripping thriller is filmed amid the tropical winds and political turmoil of a toppling Third World regime. Cast: Mel Gibson, Sigourney Weaver, Linda Hunt, Bembol Roco. --PG--
Young Frankenstein (1974)  Shot in glorious black and white, writer-director Mel Brooks' finest work both parodies and salutes the 1930s Frankenstein movies. Co-writer Gene Wilder soars as mad scientist Frederich Frankenstein ("Fronkensteen!" he insists), with hilarious support from Marty Feldman as Igor, Peter Boyle as the monster, Teri Garr, and the late, great Madeline Kahn. The DVD provides a beaker full of extras.  Cast:  Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Marty Feldman, Madeline Kahn, Teri Garr, Cloris Leachman, Kenneth Mars. -- PG Parental guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
You, Me and Dupree (2006) After standing in as best man for his longtime friend Carl Petersen (Matt Dillon), Randy Dupree (Owen Wilson) loses his job, becomes a barfly and attaches himself to the newlywed couple almost permanently -- as their houseguest. But the longer Dupree camps out on their couch, the closer he gets to Carl's bride, Molly (Kate Hudson), leaving the frustrated groom wondering when his pal will be moving out. Michael Douglas plays Molly's father. Cast: Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, Amanda Detmer, Suzanne Ford, Michael Douglas, Owen Wilson --PG-13--  For sexual content, brief nudity, crude humor, language and a drug reference.
Yours, Mine and Ours  (1968)  Widow Helen North marries widower Frank Beardsley, a union that results in a total of 18 children. Household chaos ensues as they all learn to share the same space. Soon, Helen finds out they'll need to make room for one more at the dinner table.  Cast: Lucille Ball, Henry Fonda, Van Johnson, Louise Troy, Sidney Miller, Tom Bosley, Nancy Howard, Walter Brooke.  Not Rated
Yours, Mine and Ours (2005) Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo take on the roles made famous by Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball in this remake of the 1968 comedy about two single parents who plan to marry and merge their broods into one "happy" family. But when the Coast Guard admiral and father of eight (Quaid) and the handbag designer with 10 tykes (Russo) prepare to wed, their collective progeny attempt to sabotage the union. George Lopez, Jerry O'Connell and Rip Torn co-star. Cast: Amber Tamblyn, Dennis Quaid, Sean Faris, Jerry O'Connell, Danielle Panabaker, Rene Russo. --PG-- For some mild crude humor  
Zathura (2005) Jon Favreau directs this science-fiction adventure from the creators of Jumanji, based on the book by acclaimed children's author Chris Van Allsburg. After discovering a mysterious game in the basement of their house, pint-sized brothers Danny and Walter Budwing (Jonah Bobo and Josh Hutcherson) are sent flying into space, where they must finish the game by reaching the planet Zathura -- or be trapped in galactic limbo forever. Cast: Jonah Bobo,  Josh Hutcherson, Dax Shepard, Kristen Stewart. --PG-- For fantasy action and peril, and some language 
Zoom: Academy For Superheroes (2006) Funnyman Tim Allen heads the cast as an out-of-practice superhero who used to turn heads as the flashy Captain Zoom. When a secret agency recruits Allen to turn a motley crop of teens into the next generation of good guys, he'll have to get back in shape first. Courteney Cox and Rip Torn provide support in director Peter Hewitt's fantasy comedy based on Jason Lethcoe's graphic novel Zoom's Academy for the Super Gifted.  Spencer Breslin and Chevy Chase co-star. --PG-- For brief rude humor, language and mild action.
Zorro, The Legend of  (2005)  Alejandro de la Vega, aka Zorro (Antonio Banderas), comes out of retirement to ensure California's statehood in Martin Campbell's sequel to his 1998 blockbuster The Mask of Zorro. It's 1850, and de la Vega lives quietly in San Francisco with wife Elena (Catherine Zeta-Jones). But when tyrants threaten to change the course of history, de la Vega dutifully dons his black mask and cape and defends California's statehood as the sword-swinging Zorro. Cast: Antonio Banderas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Rufus Sewell, Nick Chinlund. --PG-- For sequences of violence/peril and action, language and a couple of suggestive moments.