In the future where the gas crisis has been solved by fueling cars with fireworks and neon lights, Jack Shepard from the television show Lost has gained eternal youth from the island becoming an evil racecar warlord in the prequel to Tron.
In this Rock Opera based on the hits of Black Sabbath, a man made of iron struggles to fit in with contemporary society, while wailing out to hits like ummm .Iron Man.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
A geriatric Indy goes on another treasure hunt for an artifact he will probably give away at the end instead of using for his own glory in becoming the archeology world's Justin Timberlake. Expect Nazis and evil Indian royal families to turn up. Shia LaBeouf struggles to be as cute as the original Short Round.
Hancock picks up in the middle of the Hitch/I am Legend series, serving as the perennial Empire Strikes Back. Just after his career as a set up artist fails, a lifestyle of drunken debauchery sets in as Smith finds superhuman powers which eventually lead into a zombie virus in turn nearly ending humanity as we know it.
The Incredible Hulk
The re-release of the 2003 classic with over an hour of never before seen footage to commemorate the films fifth anniversary.
The X-Files: I Want to Believe
Agent's Mulder and Scully return to the big screen where they find an extra terrestrial who has lost his way from his alien family. While trying to hide their new friend from the head of the F.B.I, agent Mulder takes on a telepathic connection with the extra terrestrial as he helps him find his way home.
Mark Wahlberg plays a high school science teacher who is caught in the midst of a planetary ..ummm disturbance? And there's a twist ending! "I see dead people" AHHHHHH!!!!