, 1h46 Directed byDamian Lee OriginCanada GenresThriller, Action ActorsAndy García, Forest Whitaker, Eva Longoria, Kevin Durand, Kim Coates, Deborah Kara Unger Rating56% The film begins with Francisco Francis (Forest Whitaker) running in the jungle with his family while soldiers are shooting and killing people around them. The scene changes to an office building where Tony Green (Steven Bauer) is speaking to Bruce (Kim Coates) in Clearbec corporate offices telling him that Francisco had broken into the local offices and stolen their files. As he converses with Bruce, he orders Renaldo (Devon Bostick), a young aide in his office, to hurry. Renaldo and Tony leave the local offices amid gunfire and chaos, but pause when a woman shouts at Renaldo. She is his mother; she is shot and killed by soldiers as Renaldo looks on. Tony shows his corporate ID to the soldiers and pulls Renaldo into his car. As they attempt to leave the city, they stop at a road block and watch soldiers gun down an unarmed man. Renaldo jumps out of the car and escapes the carnage.
, 1h24 OriginCanada GenresThriller, Horror ActorsJames Gilbert, Angela Besharah, Gavin Fox, R. D. Reid, Simon Reynolds, Julian Richings Roles Drunk Man Rating62% Aaron and Jim are filmmakers who, after receiving a link to an online video that mocks a local conspiracy theorist, decide to make a documentary film about him. The man, Terrance G., shows them a billboard that he uses to catalog information and draw connections between events. Impressed with his dedication and the depth of his research, the documentary takes a sympathetic but skeptical view of Terrance's beliefs. During an outdoors interview, Terrance becomes agitated and points out a man whom he believes to be following him. Shortly afterward, Terrance disappears without a trace. Worried, Aaron and Jim investigate and find that Terrance's apartment is being cleared out. Aaron salvages Terrance's work and recreates it on his own wall. When Aaron claims to have found the connecting conspiracy that Terrance was investigating, Jim reluctantly agrees to pursue it further for the documentary. When Aaron's house is broken into, he moves in with Jim and his family, who view Aaron's increasing obsession with the Tarsus club with alarm.
, 1h59 Directed byMarc Abraham OriginUSA GenresDrama, Biography, Documentary ActorsGreg Kinnear, Aaron Abrams, Lauren Graham, Dermot Mulroney, Alan Alda, Mitch Pileggi Roles Chrysler Guy Rating69% On his wedding night in 1953, an errant champagne cork renders college engineering professor Robert Kearns (Greg Kinnear) almost completely blind in his left eye. A decade later, he is happily married to Phyllis (Lauren Graham) and the father of six children. As he drives his Ford Galaxie through a light rain, the constant movement of the windshield wipers irritates his troubled vision. The incident inspires him to create a wiper blade mechanism modeled on the human eye, which blinks every few seconds rather than continuously.
, 1h28 Directed byEdward Bianchi OriginUSA GenresDrama, Crime ActorsJohn Stamos, Anson Mount, Robin Tunney, Gretchen Egolf, Joy Tanner, Karen Cliche Roles David Pariser Rating60% The film starts with the murder of narrator Andrew Kissel (John Stamos), and is told through a series of flashbacks and documentary interviews, telling the story of how embezzling real estate mogul Andrew and his younger Wall Street broker brother, Robert (Anson Mount) meet their untimely ends. The two men compete for the affection of their disapproving father, and try to one-up each other with Robert marrying social climber Nancy (Robin Tunney) and having three children, while Andrew marries TV news analyst Haley (Gretchen Egolf). Nancy starts having an affair and kills her husband in Hong Kong, while Andrew starts doing drugs. Nancy is convicted for Robert's murder and sentenced to life in a Hong Kong women's prison, while Andrew's driver Juan Castillo is arrested for Andrew's murder. Nancy and Robert's daughters are in the custody of his sister, while Haley starts using her maiden name and returns to work.
, 1h38 Directed byFranck Khalfoun OriginUSA GenresThriller, Horror ThemesChristmas films ActorsRachel Nichols, Wes Bentley, Simon Reynolds, Philip Akin, Grace Lynn Kung, Stephanie Moore Roles Bob Harper Rating59% Young businesswoman Angela Bridges (Rachel Nichols) works in a downtown Manhattan office block and gets stuck working late on Christmas Eve, before leaving to attend a family party. On her way to her car in the second underground parking lot level (P2) beneath the office block, she discovers that her car won't start. After receiving some assistance from the security guard named Thomas (Wes Bentley) and turning down his offer to spend Christmas with him, she calls for a taxi and waits in the lobby. When the taxi arrives, she discovers she's locked in the lobby, and runs back into the parking garage. The lights soon shut down and Angela, guided by the light on her cell phone, wanders around the deserted parking lot. Thomas then attacks Angela, drugs her with chloroform, and takes her to his office.
, 1h58 Directed byMike Figgis OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller ThemesFilms about animals, Films about families, Films about snakes ActorsDennis Quaid, Sharon Stone, Stephen Dorff, Juliette Lewis, Kristen Stewart, Christopher Plummer Roles Ray Pinski Rating49% Cooper (Dennis Quaid) and Leah Tilson (Sharon Stone) are living in a cramped New York City apartment with their two children, Kristen (Kristen Stewart) and Jesse (Ryan Wilson). While on a business trip overseas, Leah's boss informs her of an available promotion within the company, but only if she's willing to have an affair with him. She calls Cooper while he is dropping the kids off at school but, before she can speak to him, Jesse is hit by a car in the early morning traffic. Although he isn't hurt, Leah returns home immediately and they decide living in the city is no longer a safe option for their family.
, 1h26 Directed byMalcolm D. Lee OriginUSA GenresThriller, Comedy, Action, Adventure ThemesSpy films ActorsChris Kattan, Eddie Griffin, Dave Chappelle, Denise Richards, Aunjanue Ellis, Neil Patrick Harris Rating57% The film begins with a back story of how black culture's popularity with the American public began to decline in the 1980s, when style and originality began to lose appeal in the public eye due to the persistent efforts of "The Man" (Robert Trumbull), a powerful Caucasian man in control of a secret organization that seeks to undermine the African-American community as well as the cultures of other minorities. The Man is infuriated that Gen. Warren Boutwell (Billy Dee Williams), a U.S. Army general based on Colin Powell, is considering running for president, and his lackey Mr. Feather (Chris Kattan) informs him of a mind control drug which The Man uses to make Boutwell abort his plans and instead open a fried chicken franchise. The B.R.O.T.H.E.R.H.O.O.D., a secret organization that battles The Man's influence, determines The Man is behind Boutwell's change of heart, and recruits a freelance agent named Undercover Brother (Eddie Griffin) to aid them.
, 1h58 Directed byMichael Apted OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Crime ThemesMedical-themed films ActorsHugh Grant, Gene Hackman, Sarah Jessica Parker, David Morse, Paul Guilfoyle, Debra Monk Roles Simon Rating60% Dr. Guy Luthan (Hugh Grant) is a New York emergency room doctor who one night comes across a strange patient: a homeless man who has a wristband from a hospital he's not familiar with, mentioning a drug he's never heard of, and with strange symptoms, including a wildly fluctuating heart rate. When the man dies, Guy attempts to follow up and find out more about the patient - only to find that the body and all records have disappeared, and he's told by his superiors to drop the case.