Director: Adam Geirasch
A movie with a good plot, good acting, good gore and a good ending. About a girl in search of her boyfriend in a spooky, weird, bizarre hospital.
THE BACKUP PLAN (2010):
Director: Alan Poul
Zoe (Jennifer Lopez) is a middle aged woman who has not found a perfect guy who could father her child. She goes in for artificial insemination planning to be a single mother. And BOOM a miracle happens sh meets the love of her life, Stan (Alex O'Loughlin)that same day. This is the story of Zoe's 'discovery of Trust', something she could never do.
Director: Sam Bozzo
As the source of all life, water enters the global marketplace. The world experiences a new war. Much like the wars today are fought or oil, this war is fought over water.
Director: Andy Tennant
A entertaining 'Battle of Exes'. A bounty hunter, Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler), learns that his ex wife, Nicole Hurley (Jennifer Aniston) is the new bail-jumping 'fugitive', on his target. This never-compatible, always-at-odds couple finds themselves at the center of an adventure. A superb comedy.
Director: Gary Winick
Liv Lerner (Kate Hudson) and Emma Allan (Ann Hathaway) are the 'best-est' of friends but this friendship turns into rivalry and a cold war when accidentally both of them schedule their weddings on the same day. Plaza Hotel witness cat fights, cold war and melodramatic the sabotage attempts. The brides dressed in designer dresses wreak havoc on each others plans.
Director: P. J. Hogan
The green scarf from Confessions of a Shopaholic has been quite popular globally (Just another example of shopaholics). Rebecca Bloomwood's (Isla Fisher) obsession with shopping is debilitating. She lands a job as a financial journalist and ironic to her own habits she starts writing about the same consumer cautions she has failed to abide to. And ultimately she falls in love with her wealthy boss Luke (Hugh Dancy).
This movie is all about shopping, cosmetics, scarves, designer dresses and hairstyles until the girl runs into a boy and falls in love.
Director: Jon Amiel
British natural theorist Charles Darwin (Paul Bettany) strives to find a balance between his theories on evolution and his marital relationship with Emma Darwin (Jennifer Conelly), a religious woman whose faith in 'creation', contradicts Darwin's theories.
Director: Marc Lawrence
Paul Morgan's (Hugh Grant) infidelity led to his estrangement from Meryl Morgan (Sarah Jessica Parker). Meryl moves on while Paul strives to get back with her. One day they witness a murder, the murderer sees them. Th FBI relocates them under the witness protection plan to Ray, Wyoming. In a town of strangers they are compelled to solve their differences.
Director: Pierre Morel
An ambitious staff of the US Ambassador in Paris James Reece (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), does petty CIA errands aspiring to some day join the Black Ops. On one such job he runs into Charlie Wax (John Travolta), a French government employee and from there began a game that involves Charlie, James and his girlfriend, Caroline (Kasia Smutniak).
Director: Judd Apatow
George (Adam Sandler) is a successful comedian who discovers that he is terminally ill and suffers from an incurable blood disorder that will consume him in less than a year. He decides to be a good Samaritan in whatever days he has left. He runs into a struggling comedian Ira Wright (Seth Rogen). He hires Ira as his aide and friend. Thus began a hilarious journey of stand-up acts.
Director: Noah Baumbach
Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller) is over analytical, short-tempered, discharged inmate from New York, who has come to Los Angeles to discover himself. Florence (Greta Gerwig) is sweet, pretty and considerate. She works in the Greenberg household as a personal assistant. His thoughts that travel from past to present sabotage his psyche. Carolin helps him with the family dog and driving only to realize that Roger is not just a responsibility for her.
He's Just not That into You (2009):
Director: Ken Kwapis
Spun around the common interpretation and misinterpretation of human behavior this is the story of a young girl, Gigi Haim who seeks hr dream man amongst her dates. She dates a real estate agent Conor Barry (Kevin Connolly) and hopes that this relationship will flourish, however Conor never even calls her back. She stumbles upon Conor's friend Alex (Justin Long), who helps her interpret what her dates' signs, and gradually they develop a chemistry and biology. ;)
Director: Chris Columbus
Dennis Cooverman (Paul Rust) in his valedictorian speech proclaims his love for the hottest girl in school, Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere). Besides revealing secrets and disappointing many people. Beth shows up at his door that very night. She is not alone, there are some other people with her whom he had offended and Beth's ex-boyfriend is one of them.
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Mark Whitacre is the vice-president of a lysine developing company ADM. He has worked hard for many years in this company to finally acquire the chair of the vice-president. He is asked by the FBI to be their spy against the company's illegal price fixing activity. Mark begins unwillingly but gradually adopts the identity of the spy quite sincerely. His lies pile up all around him and his world crashes down. Truly a 'Tattle-Tale'.
Director: Karyn Kusama
Spun around the tales and theories of Satanic and diabolic possession, this movie tries to haunt, horrify and terrify. However, Jennifer (Megan Fox) refuses to be a character that can terrify. She is more a seductress than a devil. It all begins with a rock band's failed attempt to sacrifice Jennifer to Satan. Jennifer is reborn as a devil who eats all her male classmates.
Her part of the story ends when Needy, the Kicker (Amanda Seyfried), accidentally breaks the spell and kills her and goes on to kill the reason for all this bloodshed, Nikolai Wolf (Adam Brody) and his band.
Director: Rob Marshall
Guido Contini (Daniel Day-Lewis) is trying to figure out a script, meaning and purpose of his latest movie. He seeks inspiration and answers from the ladies in his life: a whore of his youth (Fergie), his mistress (Penelope Cruz), his muse (Nicole Kidman), his agent (Judi Dench), a fashion journalist (Kate Hudson), his wife (Marion Cotillard) and his mother (Sophia Loren). Though the story is not much interesting the movie is very well shot and well acted.
Director: Shawn Levy
Jacques Clouseau (Steve Martin) investigates the case of the French soccer coach and the missing Pink Panther diamond. Contrary to his senior Chief Inspector Dreyfus's (Kevin Kline) expectation he actually solves the case.
Director: Anne Fltecher
If Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) wants to avoid being deported to Canada she must have her Visa status in America. There is only one way she can do this, she must marry Andrew (Ryan Reynolds), an American. He agrees to it only if she promises a promotion. The deal is made. However, an INS agent (Alexis Garcia) smells something fishy.
Director: Miguel Sapochnik
Remy (Jude Law) works as one of the repo men for 'The Union'. The Union is an artificial organ manufacturer company that employs repo men to extradite their organs in case a patient fails to pay. Remy has a cardiac arrest while on job and he wakes up to find one of the company's best artificial heart fitted into him. As the result of the surgery he loss his job and being incapable to repay the debt to the company he has to run. He hides, while The Union sends his earlier partner Jake (Forest Whitaker) after him.
Director: Jim Field Smith
A TSA agent at Pittsburgh airport, Kirk (Jay Baruchel) is just a mediocre guy. He is painfully single when his monotonous life gets a makeover. He meets Molly (Alice Eve), a perfect partner, smart, generous and beautiful blonde. Peer pressure starts ruining their relationship. Kirk has no reason to believe why a girl like Molly would fall for him and he is thoroughly convinced that she is out of his league, when things change.
Director: Jac Schaeffer
A timer is implanted on people's wrist that counts down to the day they will find their true love. Oona O'leary's (Emma Caulfield) timer is blank which either means she will never have a partner or else the man meant for her still has to get the timer implanted. Impatient of waiting and controlling she falls for a supermarket clerk, Mikey (John Patrick Amedori).
Director: Michael Lembeck
The Tooth Fairy, Derek Thompson (Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson) is a minor league hockey player. His nickname comes from his habit breaking his opponents' bicuspids. He is sentenced to serve the literal Tooth Fairy for discouraging a young boy. Equipped with wings, tutu and a magical wand he starts doing what a tooth fairy does and gradually realizes his own lost dreams.
Director: Robert Luketic
Abby (Katherine Heigl) is a hard working morning show producer. The problem is her show loses charm and the audience is bored of regular hosts and shows. Mike Chadway (Gerard Butler) is the popular host of a crude show named 'The Ugly Truth'. Abby is appalled by the idea of such a show. However, Stuart (Nick Searcy), her boss hires Mike for a daily 3- minute show to boost their ratings. Contrary to Abby's expectation the 3-minute show becomes a hit and eventually towards the end, Abby and Mike discover feelings for each other.
Director: Mark Steven Johnson
Beth (Kristen Bell) is a career oriented, work-a-holic hardworking woman, who has been quite unlucky in love. On her visit to her sister's wedding in Rome, she stole some coins from the Fountain of Love. A curse falls on her and the coins' throwers fell in love with her and follow her to America. One of these men is Nick (Josh Duhamel), whom even she likes, and to her pleasure he is not there because of the curse of the Fountain. He is there because he actually loves her.
Director: Woody Allen
The plot revolves around two married couples; Alfie (Anthony Hopkins) and Helena (Gemma Jones), and their daughter Sally (Naomi Watts) and husband Roy (Josh Brolin). The movie captures their troubles as passions, anxieties and ambitions drives them out of their mind. Alfie leaves his wife for a youthful girl, Charmaine (Lucy Punch); Sally has a crush on her boss, Greg (Antonio Banderas) and Roy is attracted to Dia (Freida Pinto).
That was some of them.