But the new stuff...
- The Crazies (horror)
A town in Iowa (where Timothy Olyphant and Radha Mitchell live) goes violently insane.
- Creation (biopic)
Paul Bettany & Jennifer Connelly play the Darwins in this science vs. God marital drama.
- Don McKay (indie thriller)
Thomas Haden Church rekindles an affair with Elisabeth Shue but darkness looms.
- Green Zone (action)
Matt Damon is a rogue army officer in this action thriller set in Iraq.
- Hot Tub Time Machine (comedy)
John Cusack and friends travel back to the 80s through a hot tub accident. You know how these things happen.
- The Last Station (period drama)
Stormy Helen Mirren, mustache twirling Paul Giamatti and virginal sexpot James McAvoy fight over the dying Russian legend Leo Tolstoy (Christopher Plummer)
- Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (fantasy)
In which a teenager discovers he's the
new wannabe Harry Potterson of a Greek God. But shouldn't Uma Thurman as Medusa be the headline?
- Raging Sun, Raging Sky (queer)
A Mexican man searches for his abducted lover in this award winning erotic drama.
- Return of the One Armed Swordsman (1969 wuxia)
A famous action extravaganza about a retired swordsman recalled to action by the sons of ransomed clan chiefs.
- She's Out of My League (comedy)
Jay Baruchel can't believe his luck when a gorgeous gal is interested in his geeky self. I'm confused... hasn't he ever been to the movies? Gorgeous movie gals are always into nerds.
- A Star is Born (1954 musical)
James Mason is a fading star and Judy Garland a rising one in this oft told showbiz tale.
- The White Ribbon (parable)
Michael Haneke's German children's tale about a village suddenly plagued with troubles.
- Wolf Moon (lycanthropic / straight to dvd)
A country girl falls for a drifter. But she doesn't know what happens during a full moon.
So, whaddya say? Make your case in the comments to sway other voters.