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OMG so good I would see it a million more times.


Suspense,very interesting and outstanding


Awesome and funny


Jaws is a original movie but it's a series form 1975 up

San Andreas
San Andreas(2015)

Freakin' Badass best movie with the most action I have ever seen so geeky and science like this is must-see so got see it before it's out of theaters!

Inside Out
Inside Out(2015)

Even this movie doesn't prove anything I still liked this movie. It was kinda sad but I had to keep waking my mom and my sister up and I pored a box of Mike & Ike's on my sister to wake HER up now.

Jurassic World

I saw this on June 13 at night and it kinda made me think dinosaurs were in front if me this movie was funny even thought it's not a comedy I love movies with action and this was by far the best action movie I ever saw!

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Really good movie for the whole family.Steve Carell/Ed Oxenbould are funny.

Kung Fu Panda

Kung Fu Panda really stuck to what this movie was about and that was awesome. This movie is the best of the year very good tv show as well but this movie wasn't funny and shows a perfect,bitter example of the content. This movie has a perfect rating. Martial Arts is this whole movie and this is what it stuck to and I really enjoyed this movie and it's good for kids so maybe 10-

Bring It On: Fight to the Finish

Very good and talented actors and this movie was just outstanding I loved the Drama and this movie is literally the bomb this movie I think everybody should see it.

Pitch Perfect

I could enjoy this movie if there was more humor and laughs but it was a good movie but the material was bad and this movie is not for kids so I would give it a 14+ Age Rating.

Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

Warning: Spoiler

We begin from the end of the second film as the penguins and chimps are leaving to Monte Carlo, and the animals are wishing them goodbye. The penguins say they are never coming back and blast away at hyper speed. Alex (Ben Stiller) then finds Africa to be dark and grim, and suddenly Marty (Chris Rock), Melman (David Schwimmer), and Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith) are all old and frail, and Alex sees himself turn old.

He wakes up in fright from the nightmare, telling Marty he is worried he's wasting his days in Africa. Marty takes him away and shows Alex that he and the others built him a mud model of New York City for his birthday, complete with the Central Park Zoo. As Alex remembers his time in the zoo, he starts weeping since he misses it so much. The animals then plan on getting back to New York, but first they need to find the penguins. Alex assumes they are bored out of their minds by now.

The penguins in Monte Carlo are actually pillow fighting as the animals swim into Monte Carlo. Close behind them are King Julien (Sacha Baron Cohen), Maurice (Cedric The Entertainer), and Mort (Andy Richter). They figure that the penguins are in the casino, and they plot to snatch them out. After getting in through the ventilation, they see the chimps, disguised as the King of Versailles, gambling and using the penguins to help them. As Alex attempts to drop in, Marty starts asking if he can drop in, until Gloria declares she will do it, causing her and the others to crash to the floor, inciting a panic. Security then calls for animal control.

We meet head animal control officer Capitaine Chantel DuBois (Frances McDormand), who has a large collection of the heads from animals she's killed. When she hears about Alex, she becomes excited and prepares herself, for she is determined to get a lion's head on her wall.

The animals, along with the chimps and penguins, escape in a huge van, and a chase across the city ensues. DuBois gives chase, and all her men are dispatched, but she appears to overcome everything thrown in her path. Marty, after taking over the wheel, accidentally drives the van off a building, but they manage to escape. DuBois then appears, but the penguins and chimps bring up their chopper and start pelting her with bananas. The animals board the chopper as DuBois hangs on, but Alex manages to cut her loose into a pool.

The animals think they are finally flying back to New York, but the chopper then crash lands. Alex sadly believes they are never getting home. Suddenly, sirens are heard, and the animals realize they've been caught up with. They spot a train and try getting in, but the vicious tiger Vitaly (Bryan Cranston) refuses to let them in. The train starts leaving, and the animals chase the train, claiming to be circus animals. They are helped on by Gia the jaguar (Jessica Chastain). They also meet Stefano the sea lion (Martin Short). He asks the animals what their circus act is, and Alex makes up an act about a trapeze with aquatic cobras and jet packs, which Gia and Stefano refer to as "Trapeze Americano." When Stefano says they plan on going to America after impressing an American circus owner, the four animals realize this is their ticket home. Vitaly, still not trusting of them, declares that the owner of the circus doesn't allow stowaways. Cue the penguins dropping in, and it's shown that they and the chimps in disguise, bribed the owners with the diamonds and gold they found in Africa for the deed to the circus.

The lemurs hop on the train and Julien falls in love with the performing bear named Sonya (Frank Welker). She doesn't appear to understand him, as she nearly eats him, but he doesn't mind. DuBois, meanwhile, sniffs out Alex's tracks and learns they've joined the circus.

Now under new management, the circus goes to Rome. They play at the coliseum, but they are missing Sonya, who is on a date in the Vatican City with Julien. He steals the pope's ring and uses it to buy Sonya a Ducati after she breaks her tricycle. DuBois spots them and tries to steal a police cycle, but crashes into a fountain and is arrested.

The circus show is a disaster, with none of the acts going well, and the audience demands a refund. The animals run away and end up throwing the money back to the people before hopping on the train.

On the train, Alex is told by Stefano how their circus was very popular with Vitaly as the main act, since he could grease himself up with olive oil and jump through the tiniest rings. However, when he attempted to jump through what looks like a wedding ring while it was on fire, his fur caught fire because of the oil, and he was disgraced, losing his passion for the circus, and now finds solace only in borscht. Alex then decides that the only way to revamp the circus is to put on a new kind of show to dazzle a new generation of fans. While the troupe is initially hesitant, Alex's passionate speech gears them all up.

Meanwhile, DuBois escapes from prison, also managing to print out an article of Alex, who is still reported as missing from the zoo.

The animals find a spot to train for their new acts. Melman and Gloria attempt a dance on a tightrope, despite Melman's inability to dance, although he admits to having practiced for Gloria. Marty and Stefano do a cannon act with a load of dynamite, and they become close friends in the process. The penguins give a group of small performing dogs a pair of rocket skates. Alex, who finds himself falling in love with Gia, performs a trapeze act with her, which she thinks is what Alex does back in America.

DuBois goes to a hospital and finds her men incapacitated. She performs a French opera that somehow revives all of them from their injuries, motivating them to follow her once more. Skipper the penguin (Tom McGrath) informs Alex that she is close by, but not to panic.

The animals get to London to put on their show, now named "Fur Power" (thanks to Alex's speech). They keep their eyes out for DuBois, as well as the circus agent. Before they can begin, Stefano says Vitaly plans on leaving, as he doesn't feel that he belongs there anymore, but after Alex chats with him, he is inspired to go out once again, as doing the impossible was what he loved. He performs the ring stunt again, but using hair conditioner this time, and he gets through the tiny ring of fire with ease, resulting in a huge cheer. The rest of the show is incredibly impressive, with Melman and Gloria's tightrope dance, Marty and Stefano's cannon stunt, and Alex and Gia's trapeze act. The American circus agent is impressed and gives the chimps (still in disguise) a contract for an American performance.

Bionicle 3: Web of Shadows

An earthquake-ravaged city of legends had fallen to the power if the monstrous Visorak. Now the heroes of Metru Nui, mutated into the bestial Toa Hordika, must race against time to save the Matoran from a terrible fate. But when their efforts bring them face-to-face with the most unexpected foe of all, will it mean their doom?


From the beloved novels by Micheal Bond and producer David Heyman (Harry Potter), Paddington tells the story of the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear (voiced by Ben Whishaw) who travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined- until he meets the kindly Brown family who read the label around his neck that says "Please look after this bear. Thank you" and offer Gina temporary haven. It looks as though his luck has changed until this rare talking bear catches the eye of a museum taxidermist (Nicole Kidman)

Paul Blart: Mall Cop

With a heart that won't quit, a stomach that won't stop gurgling and a self-worm oath to protect his turf, he's Paul Blart:Mall Cop.

Mild-mannered Paul Blart (Kevin James, The King of Queens") has always had huge dreams of becoming a State Trooper. Until then, he patrols the local mall as a security guard. With his closely cropped moustache, personal transporter and gung-ho attitude, only Blart seems to take his job seriously. All that changes when a team of thugs raids the mall and takes hostages. Untrained, unarmed and a super-sized target, Blart has to become a real cop to save the day.

The Pursuit of Happyness

Will Smith stars in this inspirational true story of Chris Gardner, a San Fransisco salesman who's struggling to make new ends. When his girlfriend Linda (Thandie Newton) walks out, Chris is left to raise their
5-year-old son Christopher (Jaden Smith) on his own. Chris' determination finally pays off when he lands an unpaid internship in a brutally competitive stockbroker- training program, where only one in twenty interns will make the cut. But without a salary, Chris and his son are evicted from their apartments and are forced to sleep on the streets, in homeless shelters and even behind a metro bathroom. With self-confidence and the love and trust of his son, Chris Gardner rises above his obstacles to become a Wall Street legend.

iCarly: iGo to Japan

The iCarly gang are invited to a trip to Japan after being nominated for the annual iWeb Awards, where in order to qualify, they will be expected to perform a skit live on stage. Prior to their trip, they create a sketch called Melanie Higgles: Space Cheerleader.

They receive three first-class tickets. Mrs. Benson initially refuses to allow Freddie to go on the trip even after Spencer volunteers to chaperone the kids. She agrees instead to come along. Since they do not have enough airline tickets for five people, Spencer trades the three first-class tickets for five lower classed ones. However, he subsequently calls in a favor from Socko which results in the team riding to Japan aboard an unsanitary, possum-filled cargo airplane bound for Korea. They must sky-dive into Tokyo.

The group winds up landing in a deserted area, but are found by a Japanese Policeman who brings them safely to the Hotel Nakamura they would be staying at. After checking in and sleeping off of their jet lag, they are visited by Kyoko and Yuki, the stars of a competing webshow. The pair give Spencer and Mrs. Benson free passes to a Nakamura Spa and take Carly, Sam and Freddie shopping.

As generous as their gestures seem, Kyoko and Yuki have their minds set on sabotaging iCarly's chances of winning the iWeb Awards. They purposely fight over and over again for directions until Yuki "admits" they are lost. As night falls, they take Carly, Sam and Freddie to the middle of nowhere and drive off after staging a kung-fu fight. Meanwhile, Spencer and Mrs. Benson find themselves bound to their massage tables by seaweed naked, a problem rectified by Spencer's appetite, in which Mrs. Benson sees him naked twice. Mrs Benson locates them on a locator chip she put in Freddie's head.

Eventually, the gang reunites and are able to get to the iWeb Awards show, only to be prevented from entering the studio because the security guards do not speak English. Mrs. Benson distracts the guards and they get in, only to be quickly apprehended. The guards keep them in a utility room and Carly and Sam try to communicate with them by acting out what happened to them during their trip. Freddie cleverly videotapes them and plugs his camcorder into the iWeb Awards screen. Unknown to the girls, their manic performance is being broadcast to the audience, overshadowing Kyoko and Yuki's performance. They are saved by the man who invited them, who speaks fluent English and Japanese.

iCarly wins the award for best comedy, though Carly and Sam have no idea how they won until Freddie explains what he did. Kyoko and Yuki are arrested for kidnapping. The iCarly gang along with Spencer and Mrs. Benson return to America on what appears to be a fishing boat.


This movie was scary I'm going to admit it but I don't even care that I talked I really didn't mind how many people stared at me because I swore!

Hotel Transylvania

In the aftermath of the death of his wife Martha (Jackie Sandler), Count Dracula (Adam Sandler) designs and builds a massive five-star hotel in which to raise his daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez) and to serve as a getaway for all the world's monsters. Famous ones such as Frank (Kevin James) and his wife Eunice (Fran Drescher), Wayne and Wanda Werewolf (Steve Buscemi and Molly Shannon) and their massive immediate family, Griffin, the Invisible Man (David Spade), and Murray the Mummy (CeeLo Green) often come to stay at the hotel which is completely human free and safe for monsters.

On her 118th birthday, Dracula allows his daughter to leave the castle in order to explore the human world, but he sets up an elaborate plan using his zombie bellhops disguised as humans to make them seem intimidating and frighten her home. The plan works, but the zombies inadvertently lure a 21-year-old[8] human named Jonathan (Andy Samberg) to the hotel. Dracula frantically disguises him as a Flesh Golem and passes him off as "Johnnystein", a distant cousin of Frank's right arm. Jonathan soon encounters Mavis and the two "Zing" (a form of magical attraction). Unable to get Johnny out of the hotel without notice, Drac quickly improvises that Jonathan is a party planner, brought in to bring a fresher approach to his own traditional and boring parties. Jonathan quickly becomes a hit to the other monsters, especially Mavis and even begins to gain Dracula's respect. Dracula then tells Jonathan that he dislikes humans because of the death of his wife at the hands of an angry mob shortly after Mavis was born. Much to Dracula's surprise, Jonathan shows understanding and knowledge of the vampire lore.

Johnny attempts to leave after his confession on Dracula's orders, but is brought back by Mavis. After showing her the beauty of a sunrise, she is re-inspired to give humans another chance. Meanwhile, Quasimodo (Jon Lovitz) learns that Johnny is a human with his female pet rat Esmeralda's help and kidnaps him in order to cook him. Dracula intervenes and magically freezes Quasimodo to keep him from telling anyone that Jonathan is human. The party is a great success the next night. But when Mavis kisses Jonathan, Dracula overreacts and in his outburst confesses to deceiving Mavis with the town. A still-frozen Quasimodo bursts in and the Fly (Chris Parnell) translates his frozen language that reveals Johnny's humanity causing overwhelmingly negative reactions from the guests. Mavis is undeterred by her attraction and wants to be with Johnny even though he is human, but Jonathan rejects her out of respect for her father and leaves the hotel. Mavis then angrily yells at Dracula and flies off. Dracula arrives to comfort Mavis on the roof looking at the present her mother gave her for her birthday and finds out that it is a book about how her mother and Dracula had a Zing. Dracula then realizes that Mavis and Jonathan had a Zing, but he got in the way.

After apologizing to the monsters that are trying to check out and confessing that even he does not know if humans have changed, Dracula manages to convince Frank, Wayne, Griffin, and Murray to help him find Jonathan, reunite them and they learn that he is bound on a flight out of Transylvania soon. They head to the airport and encounter a Monster Festival along the way. Instead of being frightened by the real monsters appearing, the humans help Dracula by providing him shelter from the sunlight so he can get to the airport quickly, only to see Jonathan's plane taking off. Deciding to take the risk, Dracula gives chase, burning in the sunlight. After getting Jonathan's attention, Dracula makes his way to the front of the plane and uses his mind-controlling power on the pilot (Brian Stack) to help him apologize for his actions. Jonathan accepts his apology; then Dracula manipulates the pilot to return to the Transylvanian airport for a "refuel".

Dracula returns Jonathan to Mavis, who confesses that their Zing was mutual and the two kiss, making Dracula realize his little girl is all grown up and can make her own decisions. The monsters finish celebrating Mavis's party as Dracula, Mavis, Jonathan, Frank, Eunice, Murray, Wayne, Wanda and Griffin sing "The Zing" in front of the other monsters.

Black Sheep
Black Sheep(2006)

Though the film doesn't quite live up to the promise of its admittedly irresistible premise, Black Sheep nevertheless possesses enough positive attributes to warrant a mild recommendation. First-time filmmaker Jonathan King wisely resists the temptation to infuse the movie with an over-the-top sensibility (ie last year's disastrous Evil Aliens), and instead emphasizes the inherently horrific consequences of such a storyline. Set in the mountains of New Zealand, Black Sheep follows several characters as they're forced to battle bloodthirsty sheep after a genetic experiment goes horribly wrong. King's tendency for bogging the proceedings down with needless subplots becomes a problem early on, as it's generally impossible to care about most of this stuff and one can't help but wish that the director would've just focused on the killer sheep. That being said, there's a fantastic sequence that comes about midway through involving a gleefully brutal attack on a group of business executives that's probably worth the price of admission.

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie

Dive into a comedy-adventure that's bigger, better and more absorbing than the rest--- the movie debut of the undersea sensation, Spongebob Squarepants!

There's a trouble bubbling up in Bikini Bottom. King Neptune's crown is missing and Mr. Krabs has been accused of stealing it! Together with his best pal Patrick, Spongebob sets out to treacherous Shell City to reclaim Neptune's crown and save Mr. Krabs in a spectacular adventure filled with "over-the-top, non-stop laughs!"*

Featuring the voice talents of Tom Kenny (Spongebob) Alec Baldwin, Jeffrey Tambor, Scarlett Johansson and a special appearance by David Hasselhoff, The Spongebob Squarepants Movie is an uproariously funny comedy.

*Mark S. Allen, UPN-TV

The Smurfs
The Smurfs(2011)

When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world and into ours - in fact, smack dab in the middle of Central Park. Just three apples high and stuck in the Big Apple, the Smurfs must find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down.

The Smurfs 2
The Smurfs 2(2013)

I remember watching this movie in school on April 10th, 2015 it still brings back so many memories,ð~ð~ð~ð~

Marley & Me
Marley & Me(2008)

From the director of the devil wears Prada comes a hilarious and heartwarming comedy based on the #1 New York Times best-selling Marley and me.

Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson unleash huge laughs as John and Jenny Grogan a young couple contplating the decision to start a family. Then came Marley... an adorable Labrador pup who flunks obedience school and quickly turn his new home into a disaster area. But with a heart as big as his appetite for trouble, Marley sees the Grogans through the ups and downs of life and love, and they ultimately realize that "the world's worst dog" truly brings out the best in them.

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Your favorite castaways are back - still together and still lost! One of the top movies of the year, DreamWorks Animation's MADAGASCAR: ESCAPE 2 AFRICA is "even better than the first! (Mark Hyman, FOX-TV). You'll laugh out loud as this outrageous comedy takes you on an African adventure like no other.

Big Hero 6
Big Hero 6(2014)

Hiro Hamada is a 14-year-old robotics genius who lives in the futuristic city of San Fransokyo. Raised by his aunt and older brother Tadashi after the death of his parents, he spends his time participating in illegal robot fights. To redirect Hiro, Tadashi takes him to the robotics center at his university, where Hiro meets Tadashi's friends: GoGo, Wasabi, Honey Lemon, and Fred, as well as the healthcare companion robot Baymax that Tadashi created. To enroll in the school, Hiro signs up for the school's science fair and presents microbots: swarms of tiny robots that can link together in any arrangement imaginable. Professor Callaghan, the head of the school's robotics program, is impressed, and Hiro is accepted into the university. Alastair Krei, a businessman and president of Krei Tech, attempts to buy the microbots, but with Callaghan's advice, Hiro declines to sell them. When a fire breaks out at the university, Tadashi rushes in to rescue Callaghan and is killed in an explosion.

Several weeks later, a depressed Hiro accidentally activates Baymax, who follows Hiro's last microbot to an abandoned warehouse. There, the two discover that someone has been mass-producing Hiro's microbots, and they are attacked by a Kabuki-masked man controlling the bots. To catch the man, Hiro equips Baymax with armor and a battle chip containing various karate moves. After the masked man attacks Hiro, Baymax, GoGo, Wasabi, Honey, and Fred, the six form a superhero team. The six go to Fred's mansion and begin to plan, and Hiro superpowers his friends with powers pertaining to their field of science. Suspecting that Krei stole the microbots and caused the explosion, they discover a secret, disused Krei Tech laboratory, which was researching teleportation technology until the disappearance of a test pilot. While detaining the masked man, they discover him to be Professor Callaghan, who started the fire as a distraction to steal Hiro's bots while leaving Tadashi to die. An enraged Hiro removes Baymax's healthcare chip (leaving only the battle chip) and orders him to kill Callaghan. Baymax almost does so, but Honey re-installs the healthcare chip to stop him. Furious at his friends' intervention, Hiro storms off with Baymax. When Hiro tries to remove the healthcare chip again, Baymax stops him, saying that vengeance is not what Tadashi would've wanted. This causes Hiro to break down, yelling that Tadashi is gone. To console him, Baymax plays several humorous videos of Tadashi running tests during Baymax's development. A remorseful Hiro later apologizes to his friends, who forgive him, and the team reunites to stop Callaghan.

The group discovers that the vanished test pilot in Krei's lab was Callaghan's daughter Abigail, and that Callaghan is seeking revenge on Krei for his daughter's apparent death. Callaghan attempts to kill Krei and destroy his headquarters by sucking both into a teleportation portal with no exit. The team saves Krei and destroys the microbots; but the portal remains active. Baymax detects Abigail inside, alive but in hypersleep, and he and Hiro leap into the portal to rescue her. After finding Abigail's podship, the thrusters on his damaged armor fail, and Baymax uses his armor's right-hand rocket fist to propel Hiro and Abigail back towards the portal opening and stays behind. Hiro and Abigail make it back, and Callaghan is arrested. Sometime later, Hiro discovers Baymax's healthcare chip (which contains his entire personality) clenched in his rocket fist, and rebuilds him, whereafter the six friends continue their exploits through the city, fulfilling Tadashi's hope of helping those in need.

During the end credits, it is shown through newspaper headlines that Hiro has been awarded a grant from the university, where a building has been dedicated to Tadashi. In a post-credits scene, Fred accidentally opens a secret door in his family mansion and finds superhero gear inside. His father, a retired superhero, arrives stating that they have a lot to talk about as they embrace.

The Amazing Spider-Man

A young Peter Parker discovers his father Richard Parker's study has been burglarized. Gathering up hidden documents, Peter's parents take him to the home of his Aunt May and Uncle Ben, then mysteriously depart.

Years later, a teenaged Peter attends Midtown Science High School, where he is bullied by Flash Thompson and has caught the eye of the beautiful Gwen Stacy. At home, Peter finds his father's papers and learns he worked with fellow scientist Dr. Curt Connors at Oscorp. Sneaking into Oscorp, Peter enters a lab where a "biocable" is under development from genetically modified spiders, one of which bites him. On the subway ride home, he discovers that he has developed spider-like abilities, such as sharp senses, reflexes and speed.

After studying Richard's papers, Peter visits the one-armed Connors, reveals he is Richard Parker's son and gives Connors his father's "decay rate algorithm", the missing piece in Connors' experiments on regenerating limbs. Connors is being pressed by his superior, Dr. Ratha, to devise a cure for the dying (but unseen) head of Oscorp, Norman Osborn. In school, Peter gets into trouble after a basketball challenge with Flash in which Peter accidentally shatters the backboard glass. Uncle Ben changes work shifts to meet with the principal and asks Peter to replace him walking home with Aunt May that night. Peter gets distracted and helps Connors regenerate the limb of a laboratory mouse. Peter's failure causes an argument with Uncle Ben and he leaves. At a nearby deli, a cashier refuses to let Peter buy milk when Peter is two cents short; when a thief suddenly raids the store, Peter indifferently observes. While searching for Peter, Uncle Ben attempts to stop the thief and is killed. The thief escapes as Peter finds Ben on the sidewalk.

Afterward, Peter uses his new abilities to hunt criminals matching the killer's description. After a fall lands him inside an abandoned gym, a luchador-wrestling poster inspires him to create a mask to hide his identity. He adds a spandex suit and builds mechanical devices to attach to his wrists to shoot a biocable "web". Peter accepts a dinner invitation from Gwen, where he meets and has a tense conversation with her father, police captain George Stacy, over Spider-Man's motives. After dinner, Peter reveals his identity to Gwen and they kiss.

After seeing success with the mouse using lizard DNA, Ratha demands Connors begin human trials immediately if Osborn is to survive. Connors refuses to rush the drug-testing procedure and put innocent people at risk. Ratha fires Connors and decides to test Connors' serum at a Veterans Administration hospital under the guise of a flu shot. In an act of desperation, Connors tries the formula on himself. After passing out, he awakens to find his missing arm has regenerated. Discovering that Ratha is on his way to the VA hospital, Connors, whose skin is turning green and scaly, goes to intercept him. By the time he gets to the Williamsburg Bridge Connors has become a violent hybrid of lizard and man, tossing cars, including Ratha's, over the side of the bridge. Peter, now calling himself Spider-Man, snatches each falling car with his web-lines.

Spider-Man suspects Connors is Lizard and unsuccessfully confronts the creature in the sewers. Lizard learns Spider-Man's real identity via the name on an abandoned camera and follows Peter to school where they fight. In response, the police start a manhunt for both Spider-Man and Lizard. The police corner Spider-Man and Captain Stacy discovers that he is really Peter. Lizard plans to make all humans lizard-like by releasing a chemical cloud from Oscorp's tower, to eliminate the weaknesses he believes plague humanity. Spider-Man eventually disperses an antidote cloud instead, restoring Connors and earlier victims to normal, but not before Lizard mortally wounds Captain Stacy. Before his death, Captain Stacy makes Peter vow to keep Gwen safe by leaving her out of it. Peter initially does so, but later at school suggests to Gwen he may see her after all.

In a mid-credits scene, Connors, in a prison cell, speaks with a man in the shadows who asks if Peter knows the truth about his father. Connors replies, "No", and demands Peter be left alone before the man disappears.2

The Lone Ranger

At a sideshow in a San Francisco fair in 1933, a boy, Will, who idolizes a legend known as the Lone Ranger, encounters Tonto, an elderly Comanche Native American, who proceeds to recount his experiences with that Old West adventurer.

In 1869 Colby, Texas, lawyer John Reid returns home via the uncompleted Transcontinental Railroad, managed by railroad tycoon Latham Cole. Unknown to Reid, the train is also carrying Tonto and outlaw Butch Cavendish, who is being transported for his hanging after being captured by Dan Reid, John's Texas Ranger brother. Cavendish's gang rescues Butch and derails the train. Tonto is subsequently jailed. Dan deputizes John as a Texas Ranger, and with six others they go after the Cavendish gang.

Cavendish's men ambush and kill their pursuers in a canyon and Cavendish cuts out and eats Dan's heart. Tonto, who has escaped from jail, comes across the dead men and buries them. However, a white spirit horse awakens John as a "spirit walker," and Tonto explains John cannot be killed in battle. Tonto also tells him Collins, one of the Rangers, betrayed Dan and is working with Cavendish, whom Tonto believes is a "wendigo." As John is thought to be dead, he wears a mask to protect his identity from enemies. Tonto gives John a silver bullet made from the fallen Rangers' badges and tells him to use it on Cavendish.

At a brothel Collins recently visited, Red Harrington informs them about Dan and Collins' fight over a cursed silver rock. Meanwhile, Cavendish's men, disguised as Comanches, raid frontier settlements. John and Tonto arrive after raiders abduct Dan's widow and son, Rebecca and Danny. Regretting his earlier actions, Collins attempts to help Rebecca and Danny escape but is shot dead by Cole, who rescues them. Claiming the raiders are hostile Comanches, Cole announces the continued construction of the railroad and dispatches United States Cavalry Captain Jay Fuller to exterminate the Native Americans.

A Comanche tribe captures John and Tonto soon after the pair finds railroad tracks in Indian territory. The tribe leader tells John of Tonto's past: As a boy, Tonto had rescued Cavendish and another man from near-death and later showed them a mountain full of silver ore in exchange for a pocket watch. The men murdered the tribe to keep the location a secret, leaving Tonto with great guilt.

Tonto and John escape as the cavalry attack the Comanche. At the silver mine, they capture Cavendish. Tonto demands that John use the silver bullet to kill Cavendish, but John refuses. Tonto attempts to kill Cavendish, but John knocks him unconscious and brings in Cavendish alive. Upon returning Cavendish to Cole and Fuller's custody, Cole is revealed to be Cavendish's partner and brother. Fearing that if his actions are publicly revealed he'll be charged as a war criminal, Fuller sides with Cole. Rebecca is held hostage, and John is taken back to the silver mine to be executed. However, Tonto rescues him and the two flee as the Comanche attack and are massacred by the cavalry. Realizing that Cole is too powerful to be taken down lawfully, John dons the mask again.

At the site of the union of the Transcontinental Railroad, Cole reveals his true plan: to take complete control of the railroad company and use the mined silver to gain more power. John and Tonto steal nitroglycerin and use it to destroy a railroad bridge. With Red's help, Tonto steals the train with the silver, and Cole, Cavendish and Fuller pursue him in a second train on which Rebecca and Dan Jr. are being held captive. Riding Silver, John pursues both trains. After a furious chase and fights on both trains, both Cavendish and Fuller are killed, Rebecca and Dan Jr. are rescued and Cole drowns buried beneath the silver ore after the train plunges off the severed bridge and into the river below.

The town and railroad enterprise recognize John (whose identity is still unknown to them) as a hero and offer him a law-enforcement position. John declines, and he and Tonto ride off. Back in 1933, Will questions the truth of the story. Tonto gives him a silver bullet and tells him to decide for himself.

Ernest Goes to Jail

Security guards Chuck (Gailard Sartain) and Bobby (Bill Byrge) play a game of Red light/Green light while being night watchmen for Howard County Bank and Trust and are obsessed with elaborate schemes of would-be thieves. They hear a sound coming from a floor polisher that Ernest is trying to turn on for operation - he works as a night custodian at the bank - and dreams that he would be a clerk. He becomes magnetic from a mishap with the floor polisher and makes a disastrous mess. The next day, bank president Oscar Pendlesmythe's assistant, Charlotte Sparrow (Barbara Tyson) insists that he clean up his mess. Pendlesmythe wants to terminate Ernest's employment, but Charlotte has a soft heart for misfits and stray dogs, so she argues on his behalf. Ernest takes a bath at home in a tumble dry washing machine and uses a blow dryer with a windtunnel force for his evening dinner with Charlotte in a restaurant. He later receives a jury duty summons and excitedly tells the two watchmen about it. During the trial Dracup Maximum Security Prison convict Rubin Bartlett notices that death row inmate Felix Nash is a dead ringer for Ernest. Rubin's lawyer convinces the jury to tour the prison, where Ernest is abducted by Nash and another inmate named Lyle and forced to switch places with Nash. Even though he tries to tell the guards he is not Nash, they refuse to believe him. Ernest also does not know that he has a death sentence which is for Nash.

While having lunch, a guard tells them to stand up and be quiet, when he notices Ernest is making a lot of noise, which almost sends him into the cell. Ernest tries a first attempt to tell one of the prison guards that he is Ernest, not Nash, but the guard calls him "Mr. Funny Man" (which is a mistaken lie) and angrily says that he is not funny and is lying and throws him into the cell right in front of Lyle who pushes him back while the first attempt fails. When he pushes him near the prison bars, he tells a prison guard that he was beaten up (and accidentally slamming the guard's head on the bars). A prison guard tells Ernest that he will be sent to the hole, which makes Ernest realize he is in jail. Bartlett tells him that Nash has assumed his identity and warns him to keep his mouth shut. Ernest makes several unsuccessful escape attempts (endearing himself to Lyle in the process), and is soon sent to the electric chair by the prison warden (Charles Napier).

The electrocution fails, and Ernest is transformed into a type of superhuman, with the ability to shoot lightning bolts from his hands. He successfully escapes the prison by blasting a hole in the main gates. Making his way home, he discovers that his Pee-wee Herman-like d (C)cor has been replaced by a slick Lounge Lizard style of decorating. He exclaims, "I've been vandalized - by Elvis!" Meanwhile, Nash is preparing to blast open the bank's vault with a time bomb, with Charlotte and an unconscious Chuck bound nearby. Charlotte begs Nash not to go through with it, and he blurts the truth about being an impostor. Charlotte doesn't believe it until he points out he's done a far better job cleaning the floors than Ernest ever had. Ernest arrives and he and Nash do battle. Ernest gets electrocuted yet again when Nash throws him against an electric cage that the bank had rigged to drop from the ceiling to catch robbers. Now Ernest has become polarized and gained the ability to fly. He uses his super powers to fly through the skylight of the bank with the bomb which leads to a spectacular mid-air explosion. Everyone especially Chuck thinks that Ernest has been killed, until he falls through the skylight and lands on Nash, which leads the warden and the guards to find out Ernest was right all along. Ernest tiredly declares, "I came, I saw, I got blowed up" and then passes out.

In an alternate ending, Ernest later receives the promotion to bank clerk, and Charlotte promises to assist him in his new position. But Ernest receives yet another shock that has no effect on the immediate metal objects around him, but draws a file cabinet from across the hall...

Dumb and Dumber To

Jim Carrey & Jeff Daniels reprise their signature roles as Lloyd and Harry in the sequel to the smash hit that took the physical comedy and kicked it in the nuts: Dumb and Dumber To. The original film's directors, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, take Lloyd and Harry on a road trip to find a child Harry never knew he had and the responsibility neither should ever, ever be given.
Along for the ride are co-stars Kathleen Turner, Laurie Holden, and Rob Riggle

Sporadically affable but mostly pointless, Dumb and Dumber To follows best friends Harry (Jeff Daniels) and Lloyd (Jim Carrey) as they embark on a road trip to track down Harry's adult daughter (Rachel Melvin's Penny). It's clear immediately that filmmakers Peter and Bobby Farrelly are simply unable to replicate the low-key charm of 1994's Dumb and Dumber, as the sequel, though watchable, suffers from an almost relentlessly over-the-top feel that drains the viewer's interest to an increasingly problematic degree - with the movie's underwhelming atmosphere perpetuated by a curious absence of laughs. (There are, all told, perhaps two or three moments that manage to elicit a solid chuckle.) It's ultimately clear that Carrey and Daniels' ineffective work lies at the heart of Dumb and Dumber To's failure, as the two actors are simply unable to convincingly step back into the shoes of their iconic characters (ie these hardly seem like the same figures that effortlessly romped through the original film). And while there are a few amusing moments sprinkled throughout the movie's overlong running time, Dumb and Dumber To has been hard-wired with an air of desperation that proves more and more difficult to overlook - with the film's growing emphasis on a tedious crime-oriented subplot, presumably included to echo to the original's kidnapping narrative, only compounding the progressively lackluster atmosphere. The end result is a typically irrelevant comedy sequel that abandons almost everything that worked in its predecessor, which is a shame, really, given the enduring success of the thoroughly enjoyable first film.

Penguins Of Madagascar

In Antarctica three young penguins; Skipper, Kowalski and Rico defy the laws of nature to save an egg the other penguins believe to be doomed. After saving it from a pack of leopard seals and accidentally setting themselves adrift on an iceberg, the egg hatches into Private.

Ten years later, after the events of the previous film, the penguins decide to leave the circus to celebrate Private's birthday by breaking into Fort Knox in order to treat him to a discontinued snack in the vending machine of their break room. Despite this, Private begins to feel out of place with the team; as Skipper is the leader, Kowalski is the strategist and Rico is the arsenal. Suddenly, they are abducted into the machine and sent to Venice, Italy by Doctor Octavius Brine a known scientist who removes his human disguise and reveals he is actually an octopus named Dave, who has grown jealous of penguins, after their nature of cuteness had shunned him out of every major zoo in the world. Rico devours Dave's collection of snowglobes along with a canister of a green substance called the Medusa Serum before the four escape and are chased through the streets of Venice. When cornered, they are rescued by a group of animals from a spy agency called "North Wind" consisting of their leader, a gray wolf named Classified, a harp seal demolitionist named Short Fuse, Corporal; a polar bear and Eva, an intelligent snow owl with whom Kowalski is instantly smitten. Their mission; to protect the animals of the world who cannot protect themselves.

At their hideout, their communication systems are hacked by Dave, who reveals that he has an enormous supply of the Medusa Serum and that he intends to capture the penguins out of every zoo he was kicked out of. Not wanting the penguins' help, Classified sends the group to their most remote base (which happens to be on Madagascar) but the penguins awaken midflight and crash land in the Sahara Desert before making their way to Shanghai, which they mistake for Dublin, Ireland. Discovering Dave's next target in Shanghai; the penguins ship themselves to their current location and make their way to the zoo. Disguising himself as a mermaid-tailed penguin (as a tourist attraction) to distract Dave from his real target, Private himself is captured along with the Shanghai penguins after the North Wind arrives to put a stop to Dave's plan. The penguins take the North Winds' high-tech plane to give chase, but accidentally self-destruct the machine. They manage to track Private to an island though, using a device planted on him when Classified tranquilized them. Meanwhile, on the island, Dave demonstrates his way to genetically mutate the penguins into hideous monsters as an effort to make humans disgusted in them as revenge.

Skipper and Classified argue on the best means to rescue the captives and stop Dave, settling on Classified's plan of a frontal assault. They are quickly captured however, and the other penguins are as well when North Wind does not return. Dave demonstrates his ray at full power on Private, apparently disintegrating him with the beam, but unbeknownst to them he has escaped. Private rescues Classified and the others who want to regroup but Private, not wanting to leave anyone behind goes to stop Dave. As Dave's submarine docks at New York with the promise of returning the penguins he found to the zoo, he turns the ray on the rest of the penguins, mutating them all into hideous monsters. The city erupts into chaos as the uncontrolled, mutated penguins run amok on the terrified human crowd. Getting the senses back into Skipper, Kowalski and Rico, they decide to connect the cute Private into the machine to return them to normal. Dave jumps into the path of the machine and is turned into a baby-like version of himself while the others attach his snowglobes to the machine, returning all the penguins back to normal in one shot.

Private is left mutated from the machine while the rest of the penguins are restored to normal. Private has been tinted pink and grown antlers. Despite his strange new look, the Penguins show their gratitude and newfound respect for Private. Dave has also been made cute by the ray and stuck in a snow globe where he is admired by a little girl. Finally seeing one another as equals, Classified promises to grant the Penguins anything they want. In addition to Kowalski getting a kiss from Eva, the Penguins are given their own jetpacks. The four Penguins then fly off above the clouds looking for their next adventure.

In a mid-credits scene, the Penguins return to the circus and plug Mort into the ray and use him to revert Private back to normal. Mort doesn't appear to show any side effects from the ray until he manages to swallow King Julien whole.

Happy Gilmore

Adam Sandler stars in this hilarious comedy that scores a hole in one for outrageous slapstick as a former hockey player who doesn't just play golf... He destroys it.

Happy Gilmore (Adam Sandler) is an aspiring ice hockey player who possesses a powerful and dangerous slapshot that his late father taught him as a child. However, Happy also possesses an overaggressive streak and lack of skating talent that consistently preclude him from joining a hockey team. His grandmother (Frances Bay), who raised him after his father died and Happy's mother had left the family, has not paid her taxes for many years. As such, she owes the IRS $270,000 in back taxes, and the house that Happy's late grandfather "built with his bare hands" is about to be seized. Gilmore has only three months to come up with the money or else the house will be sold. Grandma Gilmore is forced to temporarily move into a retirement home, run by a sadistic manager named Hal (Ben Stiller in an uncredited role).

While repossessing Grandma's furniture, a pair of movers challenge Happy to hit golf balls. With his unorthodox, hockey slapshot-style swing (running up to the ball instead of standing over it), he hits the ball 400 yards three times, winning $40 as a result. This gives Happy the idea to go to the driving range to hustle golfers with his swing. When his progress is noticed by former golf star and current club pro Chubbs Peterson (Carl Weathers), whose pro golf career ended when his right hand was bitten off by an alligator in 1965 (though he managed to tear out one of its eyes afterwards), he convinces Happy to enter a local tournament by telling him he can make "big bucks". Happy wins the tournament and earns a spot on the Pro Golf Tour (fictionalized golf tour based on the PGA Tour). Chubbs advises Happy to wait to join the tour for six months, so that Chubbs can make him a better all-around golfer (calling his putting "embarrassing"). Against Chubbs' advice Happy joins the tour immediately, due to the fact that Happy needs to come up with the money for his Grandma's house in less than three months, which Chubbs is unaware of.

On the tour, Happy makes an instant enemy of pretentious and arrogant star Shooter McGavin (Christopher McDonald), who sees Happy as both a detriment to golf and a threat to his career. In addition, Happy discovers that although he has a powerful drive, his putting is terrible, and his violent outbursts and lack of golf etiquette eventually leading Commissioner Doug Thompson to expel him from the tour but tour PR head Virginia Venit convinces him to change his mind citing higher television ratings, increasing attendance, drawing more youthful sponsors and that she's willing to work with Gilmore on his anger issues with Thompson threatening to fire her as well if there are any further incidents. Happy begins to develop a cooler head while continuing to improve in tournaments much to the chagrin of Shooter, who decides to cheat and employ Donald (Joe Flaherty), a mentally unbalanced fan, to heckle Happy at the next tournament, the Pepsi Pro-Am, a tournament where tour pros team up with celebrities.

At the tournament Happy is paired with Bob Barker, then host/executive producer of the long-running CBS Daytime game show The Price Is Right. Donald immediately starts heckling Happy, taking his focus off his game so much that he plays terribly (putting him and Barker in last place). Exasperated at Happy's poor performance, Barker even begins criticizing him, and telling him, "There is no way that you could have been as bad at hockey as you are at golf.", before they break into a full-scale brawl, in which Barker knocks Happy unconscious. As a result, Happy is suspended from the tour for one month and fined $25,000; Shooter demands Happy be expelled but Thompson declines citing Happy's popularity has garnered them their highest television ratings ever. Despite this, Happy secures an endorsement deal with Subway which gives him $275,000, which is more than enough money to buy back Grandma's house and pay the fine.

However, Happy discovers that the house is to be sold at an auction. Despite bidding $275,000, Happy is outbid by Shooter who has purchased the house to leverage a deal with Happy " he will let him have the house back in return for quitting the tour. Although Happy initially accepted the proposal, Virginia convinces him to reconsider. Instead, Happy decides to make a bet with his rival based on the upcoming Tour Championship " if Happy beats Shooter, he gets the house back, but if Shooter beats Happy, he will leave the tour; Shooter agrees. Although Virginia is confident Happy will win, Happy is not as confident. He seeks the help of Chubbs, admitting his past mistakes. Together they head to a miniature golf course so Happy can improve his putting, which he does. Pleased with Happy's progress, Chubbs gives his protege a modified putter, fashioned in the shape of a hockey stick as a present to use for the tournament. In return Happy presents Chubbs with the head of the alligator that took his hand (which Happy had killed in a previous tournament). Horrified by the sight, Chubbs reels backward and falls out an open window to his death.

Determined to win the tournament for Chubbs, Happy is evenly matched with Shooter after the first two rounds. Shooter is stunned that Happy has been keeping up with him, and by the end of the third day of the tournament Happy is leading Shooter. In desperation Shooter once again cheats and calls on Donald. The next day Donald hits Happy with a Volkswagen Beetle, which he proceeds to ram into a television tower at the 18th hole. An injured Happy refuses to forfeit the tournament, but quickly discovers that he is too hurt to hit the long drive and drops from the lead by several shots heading into the final holes. However, after applying a lesson from Chubbs and receiving an important morale boost from Grandma, he is able to refocus. Shooter meanwhile, angry over Happy's sudden comeback, loses his focus and the two become tied heading into the 18th hole. After Shooter makes his shot for par, the TV tower collapses and blocks Happy's putt for birdie. Although Virginia suggests play be suspended so the mess can be cleaned up, Shooter protests, citing the fact that earlier he had to hit a ball off a fan (Happy's old boss Mr. Larson Richard Kiel)'s foot (as his request for a drop was denied). Virginia then tells Happy to go around the tower and then putt for the par and send the tournament to sudden-death but instead he opts to go for the win and uses what Chubbs taught him on the miniature golf course to make a trick shot to win the Tour Championship and the house.

Afterwards, a hysterical Shooter attempts to steal Happy's gold jacket, but is chased down and presumably beaten up by Mr. Larson and an angry mob of spectators. Back at Grandma's house, the film closes with Happy being congratulated by the two-handed ghost of Chubbs, Abraham Lincoln, and the alligator.

National Lampoon's Animal House

In 1962, college freshmen Lawrence "Larry" Kroger and Kent Dorfman seek to join a fraternity at Faber College. Finding themselves out of place at the prestigious Omega Theta Pi House's party, and rejected by other houses, they finally visit the slovenly and riotous Delta Tau Chi House, where Kent's brother was once a member, making Kent a "legacy", unable to be declined. Larry and Kent are invited to pledge and given the fraternity names "Pinto" and "Flounder," respectively, by John "Bluto" Blutarsky.

College dean Vernon Wormer wants to remove the Deltas, already on probation, from his campus, due to conduct violations and abysmal academic standing. He directs the clean-cut, smug Omega president Greg Marmalard to find a way for him to remove the Deltas permanently. Various incidents, including the accidental death of a horse belonging to Omega member and ROTC cadet commander Douglas Neidermeyer in the Dean's office at night, and the attempt by a Delta member to date Marmalard's girlfriend, further increases the tension amongst the Dean, the Omegas, and the Deltas.

Bluto and D-Day steal the answers to an upcoming test from the office trash, not realizing that the Omegas have planted a fake set of answers for them to find. The Deltas fail the exam, and their grade-point averages fall so low that Wormer needs only one more incident to revoke their charter. To cheer themselves up, the Deltas organize a toga party. Wormer's wife attends the party at Otter's invitation, having met him at a shop, and has sex with him, while Pinto hooks up with Clorette, a girl he met at the supermarket, and makes out with her; instead of having sex, though, he takes her home in a shopping cart. He discovers in a later scene that she is the mayor's 13-year-old daughter. Outraged, Wormer organizes a kangaroo court and revokes Delta's charter. To take their minds off their troubles, Otter, Donald "Boon" Schoenstein, Flounder and Pinto go on a road trip. Otter picks up four girls for them from a nearby college by pretending to be former fianc (C) of a girl at the college who recently died according to newspapers. They stop at a roadhouse bar, not realizing it has an exclusively black clientele, and are intimidated by the hulking patrons; they flee, damaging Flounder's borrowed car and leaving their frightened dates behind.

Marmalard and other Omegas lure Otter to a motel and beat him up, in revenge for rumors that Otter was having an affair with Marmalard's girlfriend. The Deltas' midterm grades are so poor that an ecstatic Wormer expels them all, vindictively telling them that their draft boards have been informed they are each eligible for military service. as a result of the bad news, Flounder is about to open his mouth, when Wormer commands "OUT WITH IT!!" causing him to vomit on the dean. The Deltas feel defeated and despondent, but Bluto rallies them with an impassioned, historically inaccurate speech ("Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell no!") and they decide to take revenge on Wormer, the Omegas, and the town. The Deltas construct a rogue armored parade float named the "Deathmobile", using Flounder's damaged car as its base, and use it to wreak havoc on the annual homecoming parade before individually escaping. During the ensuing chaos, the futures of many of the main characters are stated in freeze frames - many of the Deltas become respectable professionals while a number of the Omegas have less fortunate outcomes.

Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Following the events of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Harold Lee and Kumar Patel set off on a flight to Amsterdam so that Harold can pursue a budding romance with his neighbor, Maria. Before they board their plane, they run into a friend from college named Colton, and Kumar's ex-girlfriend, Vanessa, who are getting married in Texas. During the flight, a woman suspects Kumar is a terrorist after mistaking his bong for a bomb. Sky marshals detain the duo and the plane diverts to Washington D.C. Ron Fox, an obsessive and racist Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, sends them to Guantanamo Bay detention camp in Cuba, thinking they are agents of a joint Al-Qaeda and North Korean conspiracy, against the advice of NSA Vice-Chairman Beecher. With the inadvertent assistance of two other prisoners, Harold and Kumar escape and board a Cuban refugee boat to Miami, Florida. They meet up with their college friend, Raza, who loans them a car so they can travel to Texas to get help from Colton, whose family has political connections.

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water

A pirate named Burger-Beard travels to the island of Bikini Atoll to obtain a magical book that makes any text written upon it come true. The book tells the story of SpongeBob SquarePants, a childlike sea sponge who loves his job as a fry cook at the Krusty Krab fast food restaurant and faithfully guards the secret Krabby Patty secret formula from Plankton, owner of the Chum Bucket and business rival to Mr. Krabs, SpongeBob's boss.

In the undersea town of Bikini Bottom, the Krusty Krab is attacked by Plankton. After a military battle with giant foods and condiments, Plankton feigns surrender: he uses a decoy of himself to offer the greedy Mr. Krabs a fake penny, which he hides inside to gain access to Krabs' vault. The Plankton decoy distracts Mr. Krabs by crying outside the restaurant so Mr. Krabs can gloat about his victory. Plankton steals the formula, leaving a fake in its place. However, just as he is about to escape, SpongeBob catches him. They have a tug of war over the formula, but it magically vanishes before either can claim it.

Without the secret formula, SpongeBob can't make more Krabby Patties, and the customers become ravenous. Only SpongeBob believes that Plankton is innocent of stealing the formula, and when all of Bikini Bottom turns on them, SpongeBob rescues Plankton with a giant soap bubble that he and Plankton fly away in. Bikini Bottom is soon reduced to a post-apocalyptic wasteland because of the absence of the cherished and much-relied-on Krabby Patty. SpongeBob proposes he and Plankton team up to get the formula back; he attempts to show Plankton the meaning of teamwork, but he doesn't quite understand. Eventually, the duo decides to go to the Chum Bucket and rescue Karen, Plankton's computer wife, to use as a power source for a time machine that will take them to the moment before the formula disappeared. They assemble the machine at an abandoned taco restaurant, but accidentally travel far into the future, where they meet Bubbles, a magical dolphin whose job it is to oversee the cosmos. They eventually succeed in retrieving the formula, but it turns out to be the fake Plankton had left.

Burger-Beard, whose seagull minions removed the final page of the book and rewritten the story so that he gets the formula, converts his ship into a food truck to sell Krabby Patties at a beach community named Salty Shoals. The final page, which has been discarded in the ocean, lands on the treedome of Sandy Cheeks, SpongeBob's friend and a squirrel living underwater. Crazed by the lack of Krabby Patties, Sandy thinks the page is a sign from the "sandwich gods", and suggests a sacrifice be made to appease them. The town attempts to sacrifice SpongeBob, but he and Mr Krabs smell Krabby Patties, and the crowd follows the scent, which leads to the surface. Bubbles returns because SpongeBob, who'd neglected to keep Saturn and Jupiter from colliding, cost him his job as overseer of the universe. However, he hated the job and is glad to be out of it, and thanks SpongeBob by allowing him, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, Squidward and Sandy the ability to breathe on land. Plankton joins also, stowed away in SpongeBob's sock. Bubbles shoots them out of his blowhole and they land on a beach.

The team locates Burger-Beard who, using the book, banishes them to Pelican Island. Using Squidward's ink and the final page, SpongeBob transforms himself and the others into superheroes with special powers - The Invincibubble (SpongeBob), Mr. Superawesomeness (Patrick), Sour Note (Squidward), The Rodent (Sandy), and Sir Pinch-a-Lot (Mr. Krabs). They return and encounter Burger-Beard, who drives off with the formula, forcing the team to give chase. During the ensuing battle, the book gets destroyed. The team attempts to apprehend Burger-Beard, who picks the team off one by one.

Plankton, who'd been left on Pelican Island, becomes a muscle-bound hero named Plank-Ton and comes to assist them. After retrieving the formula, Plank-Ton and Invincibubble work together to create one final attack that sends Burger-Beard all the way to Bikini Atoll. Plankton, having learned the values of teamwork, returns the secret formula to Mr. Krabs and the gang uses the final page's magic to return home to Bikini Bottom. With Krabby Patties back, Bikini Bottom returns to order, and Plankton re-assumes his role as business rival, bringing things back to the "status quo" ending the movie.


Otis (Kevin James) is a carefree male Holstein cow who prefers to goof off rather than accept responsibility. His father Ben (Sam Elliott) is the leader of the barnyard when the farmer is away, giving the animals the safest moment to spring up being bipedal. After Otis interrupts a barnyard meeting with his wild antics, Ben has a talk with his son, in which he tells him that he'll never be happy if he just goofs off, and that he should grow up one day. Otis ignores his advices and leaves to have fun with his friends Pip the Mouse (Jeff Garcia), Pig the pig (Tino Insana), Freddy the Ferret (Cam Clarke), and Peck the Rooster (Rob Paulsen). That same day, Otis meets a new yet pregnant cow named Daisy (Courteney Cox), accompanied by another girl cow named Bessy (Wanda Sykes).

That night, the animals throw a massive party in the barn; all the animals are there except Ben, who watches over the fence, which marks their space. Otis is assigned his shift along with him, but he talks himself out of it, saying that he's needed for a certain role in the party barn. Ben talks with Otis and says that the day he found him alone in the meadow, the stars danced. Otis is given the privilege to party out, and the thankful son runs to the barn. Later on, Ben takes on a pack of coyotes led by Dag (David Koechner), who is plundering the chicken coop. He manages to fight off the pack until he is bitten on the leg by the red coyote, making him fall. The coyotes pile on Ben, but he manages to grab Dag and escapes the pile. He threatens to punch Dag, but lets him go, scaring him and the coyotes off. The hens cheer, but Ben falls on the ground, exhausted. A hen named Etta (Andie MacDowell) runs into the barn and tells Otis and he runs outside to his father. Ben opens his mouth as if to say something, but then dies. He is then buried on his hill by the farmer. His grave was labeled, "BEN- a good cow."

After Ben's death, all the animals elect Otis as the new leader of the barnyard, presumably because he is a born party animal. An old mule named Miles (Danny Glover), who was lifelong friends with Ben, kicks the farmer (Fred Tatasciore) because he saw the animals on two legs, knocking him out. He shirks his duties by leaving Freddy and Peck in charge of the coop, helping three trouble-making cows called the Jersey Cows Eddy (S. Scott Bullock), Igg (Maurice LaMarche), and Bud (John DiMaggio) in teaching a lesson to a chubby brat called Snotty Boy (Steve Oedekerk), who enjoys cow tipping, and being chased by police and a helicopter on the television series COPS in the neighbor Mrs. Beady's 1960 Chevrolet Impala. Later that night, when Otis is sitting with Daisy and holds Daisy's hoof while looking up at the stars, he overhears that the coyotes are chasing a rabbit and leaves Daisy and chases after the coyotes to avenge his father. Otis tries to attack Dag and his pack, but he's outsmarted by them. Since Otis is weaker, Dag orders a deal that he and his pack will take animals here and there, and if Otis tries to stand up for all of them, they'll slaughter everyone. Otis decides to leave the barnyard, realizing that he has no chance.

The next morning, before leaving, Otis is informed that the coyotes took some hens and a chick named Maddy (Madeline Lovejoy), who is one of Otis' best friends. Otis realizes that he has been backstabbed by Dag as he wasn't expecting him and the coyotes until tonight, and sets off to rescue the poultry. Otis confronts the pack, but is easily defeated after Dag bites him in the leg; however, Pip, Pig, Freddy, Peck, and Miles arrive to help Otis, along with the Jersey Cows, Wild Mike and the gophers. Dag tries to attack Otis from behind, but Otis is alerted when Peck successfully manages to crow a warning. Otis catches Dag and he too threatens to punch him but like his father, he can't bring himself to do it. Instead he tells Dag "Never come back". Dag is then swung out of the junkyard by Otis' golf skills, and a golf club.

That night, Otis and the gang make it back to the barnyard, finding that Daisy went into labor after Otis left to face the coyotes. She gives birth to a calf whom she names Ben. Duke (Dom Irrera), the farmer's sheepdog, asks Otis if he wants to stay and be their leader. Otis agrees, and everyone cheers as he walks outside finding the stars dancing.

Fantastic Mr. Fox

While raiding Berk's Squab Farm, Mr. Fox and his wife Felicity trigger a fox trap and become caged. Felicity reveals to Fox that she is pregnant and pleads with him to find a safer job when they escape.

Two years later (twelve in Fox Years), the Foxes and their sullen son Ash are living in a hole. Fox, now a newspaper columnist, moves the family into a better home in the base of a tree, ignoring the warnings of his lawyer Badger about how dangerous the area is for foxes. The tree is located very close to facilities run by three mean farmers consisting of Walter Boggis, Nathaniel Bunce, and Franklin Bean. Soon after the Foxes move in, Felicity's nephew Kristofferson Silverfox comes to live with them as his father has become very ill with double pneumonia. Ash finds this situation intolerable; his soft-spoken cousin is apparently superior to him at almost everything, and everyone, including his father, Mr. Fox, is charmed by Kristofferson at Ash's expense.

Fox and Kylie Opossum steal produce and poultry from the three farms. The farmers decide to kill Fox and camp out near the family's tree. When Fox emerges, the farmers open fire, but manage only to shoot off his tail. They then attempt to dig Fox out. After demolishing the site of the tree, the farmers discover the Foxes have dug an escape tunnel.

Reasoning that the Foxes will have to surface for food and water, the farmers lie in wait at the tunnel mouth. Underground, Fox encounters Badger and many other local animal residents whose homes have also been destroyed. As the animals begin fearing starvation, Fox leads Clive Badger, Mole, Beaver, and Weasel in a digging expedition to tunnel to the three farms, robbing them clean. While the other animals feast, Ash and Kristofferson, beginning to reconcile after Kristofferson defended Ash from Mr. Beaver's son, return to Bean's farm, intending to reclaim Mr. Fox's tail. When they are interrupted by the arrival of Bean's wife, Ash escapes but Kristofferson is captured.

Discovering that Fox has stolen their produce, the farmers flood the animals' tunnel network with cider. The animals are forced into the sewers and Fox learns that the farmers plan to use Kristofferson to lure him into an ambush. The animals are confronted by Rat, Bean's security guard. Fox and Rat fight in an electrical room until Fox pushes him into an electric generator, severely electrocuting him. Rat confesses Kristofferson's location before his death.

Fox asks the farmers for a meeting in town near the sewer hub where he would surrender in exchange for Kristofferson's freedom. The farmers set up an ambush, but Fox and the others anticipate it and launch a counterattack. Fox, Ash and Kylie slip into Bean's farm. A much-matured Ash frees Kristofferson and braves enemy fire to release a rabid beagle named Spitz to keep the farmers at bay.

The animals become accustomed to living in the sewers with others considering moving in. Ash and Kristofferson settle their differences and become good friends. Fox leads his family to a drain opening built into the floor of a supermarket owned by the three farmers. Celebrating their new food source and the news that Felicity is pregnant again, the animals dance in their aisles.

Spy Kids 3-D - Game Over

If Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over is, in fact, the end of the Spy Kids movies, it's just about the most anti-climactic end to a series ever. Where the first two films were fun and enjoyable, Spy Kids 3-D is overbearing and obnoxious. The film makes the fatal mistake of utilizing 3-D technology that just doesn't work (it's those old red-and-blue glasses that should've been made obsolete in the '50s), and effectively infuriates those in the audience over the age of twelve.

In a prologue that's mercifully not in 3-D, we learn that Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) has abandoned the Spy Kid lifestyle in favor of detective work (he couldn't handle the pressure that comes with being a spy, apparently). But when his sister Carmen (Alexa Vega) is kidnapped and held hostage inside a cheesy video game, Juni has to pick up where he left off and venture inside the game to save her.

That simplistic storyline is a big part of why Spy Kids 3-D fails as horribly as it does. The teamwork aspect of the first two films, between Carmen and Juni, is almost completely absent here. And that was a big part of what made those films as entertaining as they were: the idea that this squabbling pair of siblings had to work together to solve a variety of complex and clever puzzles. Here, the majority of the film is akin to watching someone else play a video game, as Juni gets into car chases, fights robots, etc. With hardly a whiff of a plot to keep things moving, this becomes incredibly tedious almost immediately. While the special effects are admittedly quite impressive, they'd be more at home in an arcade.

And then, of course, there's the 3-D aspect of the movie. Every single moment of the film that takes place inside the game (which adds up to at least an hour of screentime), is presented using "the very latest digital technology" (or so says the press notes) of 3-D effects. But really, this is about as effective as those old William Castle movies of the '50s - and just as annoying. Seeing through these flimsy glasses proves to be the first major test, as the blue portion of the glasses seems to have been tinted a little too darkly. Even if you're able to see properly, you'll immediately notice that supposed 3-D objects barely appear to leave the screen. And it's not like the technology to create effective 3-D images doesn't exist; James Cameron's Ghosts of the Abyss did a superb job of immersing the audience in a realistic-seeming 3-D world. Fortunately, Rodriguez seems to have predicted that most people wouldn't be able to sit through an entire movie wearing the glasses, and the movie is watchable without them. Background images have primarily been "enhanced," meaning it's actually preferable to view the flick without the aid of the glasses.

Spy Kids 3-D will presumably fare a lot better on home video, where the 3-D effects will be removed from the film. But even if that's the case, you'll still have to sit through a terminally dull storyline that makes Tron look like Citizen Kane.


Along with the three Toy Story films, Up represents the pinnacle of Pixar's cinematic achievements - as the movie is as entertaining, engrossing, and moving as anything within the animated realm. The film follows 78-year-old Carl Fredricksen (Ed Asner) as he attempts to fulfill his lifelong dream of traveling to South America, though he does this by arming his rickety old house with thousands of helium balloons. The journey immediately stumbles as Carl discovers that he's taken on a stowaway in the form of an eager young Wilderness Scout named Russell (Jordan Nagai), with their eventual arrival in South America bringing them face-to-face with both friends (Dug, an adorable talking dog) and foes (Charles Muntz, a fearsome explorer). It's an off-the-wall premise that's utilized to consistently enthralling effect by filmmakers Pete Docter and Bob Peterson, with the fully-realized nature of the central character certainly playing a substantial role in the movie's palpable success. Docter and Peterson, working from their own screenplay, kick the proceedings off with an absolutely stunning stretch devoted entirely to Carl's backstory, and it almost feels as though the film has painted itself into a corner with this emotionally devastating portrait of Carl's marriage to his childhood sweetheart (ie how can the movie possibly top its opening 20 minutes?) The chemistry between Carl and Russell certainly plays a pivotal role in Up's subsequent success, with the pair's various misadventures in South America heightened by the frequently breathtaking visuals and ongoing emphasis on colorful supporting characters (with Dug undoubtedly stealing every single one of his scenes). By the time the action-heavy yet thoroughly stirring (and even a little moving) climax rolls around, Up has firmly cemented its place as an animated masterpiece that deserves to be mentioned alongside the genre's best and most respected offerings.

The Equalizer

Really good suspense movie. Didn't get the mystery and how to was solved

The Nut Job
The Nut Job(2014)

It's time to go nuts for this action-packed comity featuring the All-Star talents of Will Arnett, Brendan Fraser, Gabriel Iglesias, Jeff Dunham, Liam Neeson, Maya Rudolph and Katherine Heigl. Surly (Arnett) is a mischievous squirrel with a mission: to find the tastiest nuts for winter. When he discovers a whole store filled with his favorite food he plans a heist of nutrageous proportions. But the place turns out to be owned by ruthless bank robbers, so it's up to Surly and his furry friends to stop the nearby bank bank heist to save the town. The fur is sure to fly is hilarious adventure critics are calling "Funny and Witty! For kids of all ages! (Jase Nea, POP Sirus Radio, and Jeffrey Lyons, Lyons Den Radio, WCBS)


The film opens showing Louis "Louie" Zamperini flying as a bombardier of a United States Army Air Forces B-24 Liberator bomber, during an April 1943 bombing mission against the Japanese-held island of Nauru. The plane is badly damaged in combat, with a number of the crew injured. The brakes of the plane are shot away, but the pilot, Phil, manages to bring it to a stop at the end of the runway thanks to a flat tire.

The film flashes back to Louie's childhood as a young Italian-American boy in Torrance, California. Louie is a troublemaker, stealing, drinking liquor, and smoking, to the disappointment of his parents. He is picked on by other kids for being Italian. One day, Louie is caught looking up women's dresses from under bleachers during a track meet, and runs. His brother Peter sees how fast he runs, and decides to train him to be a runner. Peter trains Louie every day to become his best. As he grows, Louie becomes an accomplished distance runner, earning him the nickname "The Torrance Tornado," and eventually qualifies for the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany. Louie does surprisingly well in the Olympics, coming in 8th and setting a record for speed in the final lap in the 5000 metres race, running it in 56 seconds.

Returning to 1943, Louie and the surviving crew of the previous mission, along with replacement crewmen, are sent on a search and rescue mission with a plane that had previously been used for spare parts. Louie does not believe that the plane is airworthy, but the others tell him that it is suitable. During the mission, however, both of the plane's left engines fail, causing them to crash in the ocean. Louie and two others, Mac and Phil (the pilot of this, and the previous mission) survive and live on two inflatable rafts. After three days, a search plane flies over them but does not see them and they are unable to get its attention. On the 27th day, they get the attention of a Japanese plane, which strafes the floating rafts but misses them. On the 33rd day Mac dies, leaving only Louie and Phil.

On the 47th day, Japanese forces capture Louie and Phil and they become prisoners of war. The Japanese force Louie and Phil to tell them what they know about the Allies. Louie tells them that he doesn't know anything because he's been stuck on the raft for more than a month. Their captors do not believe them and send Louie and Phil to a P.O.W. camp.

Louie and Phil are separated into different camps. The camp in Tokyo, where Louie is sent, is headed by a Japanese sergeant, Mutsuhiro "Bird" Watanabe, who treats him very cruelly, in part because of Louie's status as a former Olympian. Watanabe is especially tough on Louie (presumably) out of jealousy, beating him often. Louie is given the opportunity to broadcast a message home saying that he is alive. When he refuses to broadcast a second message that would be anti-American, he is sent back to camp where Watanabe has all the other prisoners punch him for not showing respect.

After two years, Watanabe gets a promotion and is taken out of the camp where Louie is being held. Louie is grateful that he is gone. One night the camp is damaged when Tokyo is bombed by American forces. Louie and the other internees are forced to move to another camp where Louie discovers, to his horror, that Watanabe is in charge. The prisoners are now put to work loading coal barges. One day after Louis sprains his ankle and is unable to work, Watanabe tells him to lift a giant piece of wood. Louis successfully lifts and holds up the wood, angering Watanabe and leading to a harsh beating. At the end of the war, Louie and the other prisoners in the camp are set free to return to their homes. Back home in America, he kisses the ground and hugs his family.

At the end of the film, there is a slideshow showing what happened after the war. Louis was married and had two children. Phil survived and eventually married his sweetheart. Mutsuhiro "Bird" Watanabe went into hiding for several years and successfully evaded prosecution in spite of being listed in the top 40 most-wanted Japanese war criminals by General Douglas MacArthur. Louie lived out his promise to devote his life to God and forgave his war-time captors, meeting with many of them. Watanabe, however, refused to meet with Louie.

In January 1998, Louis had an opportunity to revisit his time as an Olympian when he ran a leg of the Olympic Torch relay for the Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan. He was four days short of his 81st birthday. The site for his leg of the relay was not far from one of the POW camps where he was held during the war. The closing titles reveal that Louie died on July 2, 2014 at age 97.

The Tooth Fairy

Dwayne Johnson Stars as Derek Thompson, one of the toughest hockey players around-- until he's sentenced to one week's hard labor as the world's most unlikely tooth fairy! Even though he must sport frilly wings and learn the magical tricks of the trade from his silver-winged superiors (Julie Andrews and Billy Crystal,) Derek's determined to do the job his way and prove he's got what it takes!

Ride Along
Ride Along(2014)

For the past two years, high school security guard Ben (Kevin Hart) has been trying to show decorated detective James (Ice Cube) that he's more than just a gamer who's unworthy of James' sister. When Ben finally gets accepted into the police academy, James invites him on a ride-along designed to scare the heck out of him and ultimately demonstrate if Ben has what it takes to take care of his sister. But when the wild night leads them to the most notorious criminal in the city, James will find his new
Partner's rapid-fire mouth is just as dangerous as the bullets speeding at it. Also starring John Leguizamo and Laurence Fishburne, Ride Along is an action-packed comedy with big thrills and even bigger laughs.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid

I thought this movie was a type of movie that you can actually enjoy without any popcorn if this is your first time watching this movie you could actually understand the humor and if you hear just a little about the movie and watch the whole movie you will remember everything you saw and heard. This movie was a very enjoyable movie that even if your seven years old you can still watch this movie without Parental Guideness but it can't be rated G because every movie has to have something rude,crude or mild and if it dosen't then the movie it considered a children's movie or family like I even watched The Blind Side when i was like only five and it's Rated PG-13

The Croods
The Croods(2013)

Join the Croods on the journey of a lifetime in the epic comedy-adventure that "has the magical wonder of How To Train Your Dragon." When the cave is destroyed, the Croods set out to explore a spectacular landscape filled with fantastic creatures, strange surprises, and a whole new world of adventure!

The Maze Runner

In this heart-pounding survival thriller based on the best-selling novel, Thomas (Dylan's O'Brien of MTV's Teen Wolf) wakes up trapped in a massive, ever-changing maze with a group of boys who have no memory of the outside world. Facing dangerous obstacles at every turn - especially the deadly Greivers that roam the concrete corridors at night -- Thomas and the others must race to peice together clues in order to discover their true purpose...and find a way out before it's too late!


The world of Cars takes flight in Planes, Disney's high-flying animated comedy revved up with action and adventure. Join Dusty, a crop duster with sky-high dreams and a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take on the world's fastest flyers in the greatest air race ever. Dusty has a huge heart but two big problems...he's not exactly built for speed, plus he's afraid of heights. His courage is put to the ultimate test as this unlikely hero aims higher than he ever imagined. With a little help from his friends, Dusty finds the courage to be more then he was built for--and the inspiration to soar.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

Chipmunk singing sensations Alvin, Simon and Theodore are back for an encore in this hilarious "Squeakquel" packed with more music, more action, and more nutty fun for the whole family! When a concert mishap lands Dave (Jason Lee) in the hospital, the chipmunks take a break from superstardom and enroll in school to fit in with kids their age. But they soon face some stiff competition when they meet the chipettes- a beautiful talented trio of chipmunks discovered by Ian (David Cross) ,the boys' evil ex-manager!

The Little Rascals

The're all here! Spanky, Alfamfla,Buckwheet,Darla,Stymie, Porky,Petey the dog and all the rascals star in Thai hilarious motion picture hit. The Little Rascals, directed by Penelope Spheeris (Wayne's World, The Beverly Hillbilles), brings a whole new generation of rascals to today's audiences. Recapturing the sense of innocent fun and unabashed pandemonium that has made the orginial series a classic and favorite for decades, their new adventures begin at an emergency meeting of the "He-Man Womun Haters Club." Alfalfa has fallen in love with Darla, threatening the very existence of their "boys only" club. Further trouble ensues when their clubhouse is destroyed and their prized go-cart "The Blur" is stolen by the neighborhood bullied. How can they win the big race and its prize trophy? Adding to their woes is the new boy in town, Waldo, who's refind, rich and also wooing Darla. Through mischief and mayhem, tricks and ingenuity, the rascals will learn the value of friendship...and even an appreciation of girls!

Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh

Merry Christmas, Drake and josh:
Not your ordinary Christmas story! Watch as these hilarious brothers celebrate Christmas, the Drake and Josh way---under the scrutiny of a bitter and disturbed police officer, running random misfortunes---Christmas promise to a foster child and her family.

The Blind Side

Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron) knows little about family. Less about football. What the homeless teen knows are the streets and projects of Memphis. Well-to-do Leigh Anne Tuohy (Sandra Bullock) knows little about his world. Yet when she and Michael meet, he's found a home. And the Tuohys have found something just as life-changing: a beloved new son and brother. This real-life story of family and of Michael's growth into a blue-chip action and heartwarming emotion. Share the remarkable journey of the college All-American and first-round NFL draft pick who was a winner before he ever stepped onto the playing field.

Night at the Museum

Ben Stiller leads an all-star cast, Robin Williams,in this hilarious blockbuster hit. When Larry Daleyn (Stiller) is hired as a museum night watchman, he soon discovers that all the exhibits come to life after the sunsets. Can he figure out a way to control the chaos and become a hero In his son's eyes? Boasting Jaw-dropping special effects and big laughs,NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM is your ticket to non-stop fun!

Over the Hedge

In Dreamworks' smash hit comedy, these hungry critters go over the hedge to take a bite out of the Suburbia. Plus, check out the All-New Mini-Movie,HAMMY'S BOOMERANG ADVENTURE... It's the funniest, furriest four minutes you"ll see this year.

King Kong
King Kong(2005)

Wow! Yuck! 187 mins for and action & adventure movie nah

Where the Wild Things Are

"LET THE WILD RUMPUS START!" Nine-year-old Max runs away from home and sails across the sea to become king of a wondrous realm of gigantic fuzzy monsters--but being king may not be as carefree as it looks! Filmmaker Spike Jonze directs a magical, visually astonishing film version of Maurice Sendak's celebrated classic exploring the joyous and wild rumpus of the time and place we call childhood.
Rating: 76

Here Comes the Boom

Former collegiate wrestler Scott Voss (Kevin James) is a 42-year-old, apathetic high school teacher. When budget cutbacks threaten to cancel some of the school's programs and lay off its music teacher (Henry Winkler), Scott creates a scheme to raise money by moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter. Everyone thinks Scott is crazy- most of all the school nurse, Bella (Salma Hayek). In his quest, Scott gains something he never expected as he inspires his students and becomes a sensation that rallies the entire school.

Planet 51
Planet 51(2009)

When Chuck the astronaut (Dwayne Johnson) lands on a distant planet filled with little green people, he is surprised to discover that we are not alone in the galaxy. But he gets the shock of his life when the residents of Planet 51 mistakenly believe that his presence is the start of an alien invasion of the human kind! Luckily, an alien teenager named Lem (Justin Long) quickly realizes that Chuck is friendly and the two blast off on an adventure to try and return Chuck safely to his space ship!

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

When Flint Lockwood's (Bill Hader) latest contraption destroys the town square and rockets up into the clouds, he thinks his inventing career is over. Then, something amazing happens as delicious cheeseburgers start raining from the sky. His machine actually works! But when people greedily ask for more and more food, the machine starts to run amok, unleashings spaghetti tornadoes and giant meatballs that threaten the world! Now it's up to Flint, with the help of the weather girl Sam Sparks (Anna Faris) and Steve, his talking monkey assistant, to find some way to shut down the machine before the world is covered in super-sized meatballs!

Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2

Less than a week after getting married, Paul Blart (Kevin James) gets a notice of divorce since his wife was immediately disillusioned with marriage. To make things worse, his mother Margaret (Shirley Knight) is hit by a milk truck. However, Paul takes comfort in his job as a mall cop. He is seen accompanying a little boy back to his mother. The mother thanks Paul and tells her son to hug him. The boy instead smacks Paul and runs off again. Paul's daughter Maya (Raini Rodriguez) just got her acceptance letter to UCLA. Paul gets a letter inviting him to a security officers convention in Las Vegas. Thinking this could be something big for him, he announces this to Maya and invites her to join him. Not wanting to spoil his joy, she decides not to tell him about her acceptance just yet.


Academy Award nominee Will Smith (Best Actor The Pursuit of Happyness, 2006) stars in this action-packed comedy as Hancock, a sarcastic, hard-living and misunderstood superhero who has fallen out of favor with the public.

When Hancock grudgingly agrees to an extreme makeover for idealistic publicist Ray Embrey (Jason Bateman, Juno), his life and reputation rise from the ashes and all seems right again- until he meets a woman (2003 Academy Award winner Charlize Theron, Best Actress, Monster) with similar powers to his and the key to his secret past.

Pokmon Heroes

In a magical water city on canals and mazes,Ash, Pikachu and the rest of the gang face off against a slick pair of thieves who Palm to steal an awesomene and dangerous jewel guarded by Latios and Latias. To save the city from total destruction, our heroes must defeat the evil duo and overcome impossible obstacles...but time is running out.

Pokmon 4Ever
Pokmon 4Ever(2002)

In order to escape a greedy Pokemon hunter, Celebi must use the last of it energy to travel through time to present day. Celebi brings along Sammy, a boy who had been trying to protect it. Along with Ash, Pikachu, and the rest of the gang, Sammy and Celebi encounter an enemy far more advanced than the hunter. This new enemy possesses a Pokeball called a "Dark Ball," which transforms the pokemon it captures into evil and far stronger creatures. When Celebi is captured, the fate of the entire forest is threatened.

Pokmon - Destiny Deoxys

Four years ago a strange meteorite crashsed on Earth carrying a powerful secret. Now journey to the high-tech Larousse City where secrets are revealed as Ash,Pikachu and the gang meet Tory---a new friend who is afraid of Pokemon and their trainers. New fears surface when a mysterious aurora appears over the city along with Deoxys---a Pokemon unlike any seen before. When a spectular battle between Deoxys and Rayquaza begins, more than just Ash and Pikachu will be needed to stop it---it will take everyone.

Pokmon - Jirachi Wish Maker

Only once every thousand years when the Millennium Comet is visible in the night sky does Jirachi awaken from his slumber. And when he awakens this time at a traveling circus, he's got a whole new set of friends by his side: Ash, Pikachu, Max and the whole gang. But soon, hey must rescue Jirachi from the clutches of an evil magician and former scientist named Butler who wants to harness Jirachi's incredible energy to bring life to one of the most legendary and powerful Pokemon of all!

Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Wubbzy's Christmas Adventure

The holidays are coming,and everyone in Wuzzleburg is getting ready for Winter Wubb Club fun! In this bendy-tailed buddy pitches in to decorate The Figgity Fig Tree,fix Walden's snow sculpture and even solve the mystery of the Snow Shoo Shoo! The gang continues to celebrate Christmas in Wuzzleburg by cheering up Old Man Grumpus, helping Santa Claus deliver presents and working together to bring Daizy the most super-special Christmas ever! There's plenty if singing,dancing,hoopty-horns and slippery-sledding too, all in the DVD that celebrates the ultimate Wow! Wow! season of caring,sharing and friendship!

We Bought a Zoo

OSCAR Winner Matt Damon* gives a heartfelt performance in this film which is based on a true story. When his teenage son gets into trouble, Benjamin Mee (Damon) gives up a lucrative newspaper job to move his family to the most unlikely of places: a zoo! With help from an eclectic staff, and with misadventures along the way, Benjamin embarks on a fresh beginning to restore the dilapidated zoo to its former glory,while uniting his family. From the director of Jerry Maguire, We Bought A Zoo is a "wonderful, warm and witty" (Bill Bregoil, CBS Radio News) celebration of the human spirit.

Turner and Hooch

Academy Award winner Tom Hanks (1993, Best Actor,Philadelphia; 1994,Best actor Forrest Gump) stars as Scott Turner, a compulsively neat detective whose tidy world goes to the dogs when he's forced to team up with a drooling slob of a junkyard dog named Hooch.

Secondhand Lions

For young Walter, (Haley Joel Osment), being stuck on his "crazy" uncles' farm is the last place on earth he wants to spend summer. First, shocked by their unconventional behavior, including ordering an African lion through the mail,Walter soon gets caught up in their mysterious past. The rumors that his uncles (Academy Award winners Robert and Michael Caine*) were bank robbers or maybe even worse are hard to believe,but they do seem to have an endless supply of cash!


Fasten your seat bolts and gear up for a hilarious, heartwarming comedy that's "fun for the whole family!" (Clay Smith, Acess Hollywood)
With he help of his misfit mechinal friends, a small town robot named Rodney embarks on the adventure of a lifetime as he heads for the big city to pursue his dreams-- and ultimately proves that anyone can shine no matter what they're made of.


Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz Shaun of the Dead) reunite as sci-fi geeks taking pilgrimage to America's UFO heartland. There they meet a smart-butt alien, Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen), who takes them on an insane road trip. As they struggle to return Paul home,the little green man might just take the outcasts for misfits to intergalactic heroes.

Mr. Popper's Penguins

Chill out with the funniest family comedy of the year! Jim Carrey stars as Mr. Popper, a successful businessman who's clueless when it comes to the really important things in life...six "adorable" penguins. Soon Popper's rambunctious roomates. Turn his swank New York apartment into a snowy winter wonderland--- and the rest of his world is upside down.

Billy Madison

He's the heir to the Madison Hotel millions but to win his father's respect, and his Fortune 500 company, grown-up goof-off Billy (Adam Sandler) must repeat all 12 grades of school-in just in 24 weeks!

Drake & Josh Go Hollywood

Josh's first assignment in his creative writing program is to write about his greatest adventure. Well, there's the time he and his brother accidentally put their tween sister, Megan, on a plane to Los Angles, managed to book Drake a gig to perform on MTV's very own TRL, and got involved with one of
The FBI's top-ten criminals. How's that for a story?

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days

(Zachary Gordon), is back for three times the fun in the latest film based on the super-popular book series! When Greg's dad (Steve Zahn) threatens to send him to military school if he dosen't stay out of trouble, Greg finds all-new ways to land himself in the doghouse! For starters, Greg's in over his head when he pretends to work at the swanky country club where Rowley's family has a membership. Things don't go much better on a father-son camping trip with the wilderness explorers, and then there's the heffley's new dog , sweetie, who fetches even more trouble for Greg in this hilarious family film!

Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2: Rodrick Rules

Greg Heffley, the kid who made "wimpy" cool, is a sidesplitting sequel of the Diary Of A Wimpy Kid movie/book. Having rid himself of the cheese touch,Greg enters the next grade with his confidence and friendships intact, and an eye on the new girl in town, Holly Hills. But at home, Greg is still at war with his older brother, Rodrick, so their parents have handed down the toughest " punishment" imaginable - forcing the boys to spend quality time with each other!


Avatar is a movie that everybody has and have seen this before this is a awesome movie and so close to the karate kid.

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa .5 (Unrated)

It was alright this is one of the movies where you don't realize that it's one of those movie that are part of a super series on documentary

Alice in Wonderland

I love this movie,. Alice In Wonderland is a awesome movie that aired on Disney and Nickelodeon a couple of time but I was on Disney more than Nickelodeon cause Disney is a more movie,fantasy type of network.


I was a good movie excellent drawing. Really good movie kids should see in school like me. ~'

The LEGO Movie

The Lego movie is a great comedy to see in theaters. So like the toys.


I love movies like this kind/obe

The Game Plan

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Is funny but not really In the is movie.


I was a good movie for awhile


I know a lot of people liked Frozen but I didn't really like it. Though when I saw the previews on Disney in 2013 with my sister I thought I would be a really good movie but I think I didn't understand the movie because I don't watch Disney channel all the time.