Synopsis: Everybody’s Fine centers the story to a widower, Frank Goode who has been receiving calls from his children, informing that they all couldn’t make it to their yearly holiday celebration for Christmas. He then decided to make a surprising visit to each of them, only to find out unraveling truth that would change everything he believes in.
Synopsis: Due Date actors Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr.) and Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) begin their story as two improbable companions thrown mutually on a road trip. As Peter dashes to catch a flight home to Los Angeles from Atlanta to be at her wife’s side for the birth, he unluckily bumps into an aspiring actor and disaster -magnet Tremblay which leads both of them being pitched off the plane and placed on a ‘no-fly’ list. Considering no other alternative, Peter is forced to hitch a ride with Ethan on what turns out to be an outrageous cross-country road trip.
Synopsis: After Chun-Li’s (Kristen Kreuk) father was kidnapped, she grew up with rigid training about strength and capabilities for over 10 years to develop into a Street Fighter. To rescue her father, Chun-Li deals with the criminal forces bravely in the movie. These criminals are led by Bison (Neal McDonough), a crime boss of ostensibly boundless power, and whose times of yore hold a deplorable secret.
Synopsis: It was spring break for romantic college student Savannah (Amanda Seyfried) when she first laid eyes on military soldier John (Channing Tatum) who was on temporary leave from the army. It was love at first sight and the two deeply fell for each other. But as John is deployed to treacherous missions for the next seven years, only their letters could keep their love for each other alive until one of them can bear the pain no more as their love is put on hold while trouble seems inevitable.
Synopsis: After the war in Iraq, Tommy Donahue (Chris Kerson) goes back to his wife, Faith (Judy Jerome), whom he left behind when she was still pregnant to escape a life of crime. DD Davis (Will Balgrove), on the other hand, returns to find that his brothers Darnell (Nakia Dillard) and James (Daveed Ramsay) have become the neighborhood’s leaders of a prestigious gang. The two, Tommy and DD, find themselves hooked in the same ghetto that made them join the military to escape.
Synopsis: In New York, the shopping fanatic Rebecca Bloomwood (Isla Fisher) who lives with her best friend Suze (Krysten Ritter), dreams of working for her much loved fashion magazine, but can’t pretty get her foot in the door-until paradoxically, she rips a job as an advice columnist for a financial magazine published by the same company. Meanwhile, Rebecca is also fraught with her unbearable love for shopping as she hovers on the verge of bankruptcy.
Synopsis: It is the year 1348, and Europe is swept by an unknown illness that has killed millions. Story begins when a monk named Osmund (Eddie Redmayne) leads Ulric (Sean Bean) and his band of mercenaries across the marsh to capture a necromancer. The monk leads them to a village rumored to be untouchable by the plague. The settlement is controlled by a seductive witch Langiva (Carice van Houten) who forces them to renounce their faith and threatens their very lives to the death.
Synopsis: John Connor is a human resistance leader who discovers Skynet’s plan to create a new Terminator model. He leads an attack in one of the machines bases and accidentally meets the mysterious Marcus Wright. Unknown to John, Marcus is actually a cyborg in human flesh. They must learn to work together and accept their differences to have a shot at destroying the machines before the entire human race is no more.
Synopsis: Metro City’s most brilliant scientist, Dr. Tenma (Nicholas Cage), secretly builds a young robot in order to regain his deceased son Toby (Freddie Highmore) who accidentally died in an experiment test-run. Unable to meet his father’s expectations, Dr. Tenma rejects his creation who by this time already knew what he had become. In search for acceptance, the young robot sets off on a journey where he encountered new friends and a world of robot prizefighters where he became known as Astro Boy.
Synopsis: Tom Hansen (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) has been waiting for the woman whom he wants to spend the rest of his life with until he met Summer Finn (Zooey Deschanel) who, in contrary, does not believe in the concept of love. Although they have certain similarities in interest, they come up to a certain understanding, but never reached into an official affair. For 500 days of going out together, Tom falls even more in love with her and Summer who at the same time come about a realization, revealing the unexpected confession.