, 1h37 Directed byMcG OriginUSA GenresComedy, Romantic comedy, Action, Romance ThemesSpy films ActorsReese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Tom Hardy, Til Schweiger, Laura Vandervoort, John Paul Ruttan Roles Producer Rating62% CIA agents and best friends Franklin "FDR" Foster (Chris Pine) and Tuck Hansen (Tom Hardy) are deployed to Hong Kong to prevent international criminal Karl Heinrich (Til Schweiger) from acquiring a weapon of mass destruction, but the mission goes awry, resulting in the death of Heinrich's brother, Jonas. Heinrich swears vengeance against them. Upon returning to America, their boss, Collins (Angela Bassett) assigns them to desk duty for their protection.
, 1h50 Directed byNeil LaBute OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Crime ActorsSamuel L. Jackson, Patrick Wilson, Kerry Washington, Ron Glass, Jaishon Fisher, Jay Hernández Roles Executive Producer Rating60% Abel Turner (Samuel L. Jackson) is a twenty-eight-year veteran of the LAPD. A single and widowed father, he is particularly strict with his two children, Marcus (Jaishon Fisher) and Celia (Regine Nehy). As his kids leave for school, the new neighbors begin moving in next door. They are a young interracial couple, Chris and Lisa Mattson (Patrick Wilson and Kerry Washington), who are recently married and buying their first home.
, 1h45 OriginUSA GenresDrama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romance ThemesMedical-themed films, Films about music and musicians, Films about drugs, Sports films, Hip hop films, Musical films, Gangster films ActorsT.I., Lauren London, Evan Ross, Big Boi, Mykelti Williamson, Jackie Long Roles Producer Rating61% Rashad (T.I.) is a teen living in Atlanta with his Uncle, George (Mykelti Williamson) and his little brother Ant (Evan Ross). He and his brother were raised by their uncle George since their parents died in a car accident, and they work with him as part of his custodial company. When not working or finishing his last year of high school, Rashad spends most of his time with his friends Brooklyn (Albert Daniels), Teddy (Jason Weaver), and Esquire (Jackie Long). Rashad is a talented artist but does not see much of a future in that field as he has become accustomed to working the family business. Esquire, Rashad's best friend, goes to a prep school on the opposite side of town from where they live, and is trying to attend an Ivy League college after senior year. However, he finds out that he will need a letter of recommendation from someone of high stature to better his chances of acceptance at the school he wants to attend.
, 1h57 Directed byGabriele Muccino OriginUSA GenresDrama, Biography, Comedy-drama ThemesFilms about alcoholism, Films about children, La précarité ActorsWill Smith, Jaden Smith, Thandie Newton, Brian Howe, Dan Castellaneta, Kurt Fuller Roles Producer Rating79% In 1981, San Francisco salesman Chris Gardner (Will Smith) invests his entire life savings in portable bone-density scanners, which he demonstrates to doctors and pitches as a handy quantum leap over standard X-rays. The scanners play a vital role in Chris' life. While he is able to sell most of them, the time lag between the sales and his growing financial demands enrage his already bitter and alienated wife Linda (Thandie Newton), who works as a hotel maid. The financial instability increasingly erodes their marriage, in spite of them caring for their five-year-old son, Christopher (Jaden Smith).
, 1h36 Directed byTom Dey OriginUSA GenresComedy, Action, Crime ThemesFilms about television ActorsRobert De Niro, Eddie Murphy, Rachael Harris, Rene Russo, William Shatner, Pedro Damián Roles Executive Producer Rating54% The film centers on two cops, Det. Mitch Preston (Robert De Niro) and Officer Trey Sellars (Eddie Murphy), who are paired for a reality police show and run into real trouble with a crime lord. The beginning of the story closely parallels that of the 1988 film The Dead Pool, in which Harry Callahan intentionally breaks a news camera and is subject to favors for the news channel as a result. In this film, Mitch breaks a news camera after a failed confrontation with a drug lord, who escapes by using a custom-built gun. Maxxis Television, the network that employed the cameraman, decides to sue the police department for $10 million, but will drop the lawsuit if Mitch agrees to star in a reality cop television show, which Trey later calls Showtime!.