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Movie Release Awareness - December '08 (Ex-Presidents, Aliens, and Wrestlers)
The Plot: A chronicle of Harvey Milk's (Penn) ascent to become San Francisco's first openly gay city supervisor in 1977, and the political fallout that led to his assassination, as well as Mayor George Moscone's, the following year.
The Plot: A young chemistry student (Hatosy) throws a wrench into the existence of Nobel Prize-winning scientist Eli Michaelson (Rickman) by first kidnapping his son (Greenberg), then exposing Michaelson to his family friends, and colleagues as the pompous, unscrupulous egomaniac he has become since his triumph.
Timecrimes-Limited- (Excited! David Cronenberg is rumored to remake this.)
The Plot: After being subjected to a bizarre attack, a man (Elejalde) is transported one hour back in time, where he meets himself, then introduced to events that will lead up to an unthinkable -- but preventable? -- crime.
The Plot: The scattered members of the Rodriguez family return to their parents' home in Chicago to celebrate the holiday season, as well as their youngest's safe return from combat overseas. But when old tensions surface, the pressure is on the individuals to truly come together as a family.
Delgo(Val Kilmer would have been in Michael Mann's Collateral had it not been for this movie.)
The Plot: When Delgo (voice of Prinze, Jr.), a troubled teenager, is framed for a crime he didn't commit, his subsequent prison escape leads him and a group of unlikely friends on adventure to save two sparring races from a common enemy.
Doubt-Limited-(Now Timmy, show me on the doll where Father Flynn touched you.)
The Plot: The principal (Streep) of a Catholic school in the Bronx grows suspicious of a priest (Hoffman) who might have crossed the line with one of their students; her subsequent accusation leads to a tense confrontation that also involves a young nun (Adams) who might have proof of the priest's wrongdoing.
Wendy & Lucy-Limited-(I would probably cry if I saw this movie. I'm such a sap.)
The Plot: Troubles besiege Wendy (Williams) during her trip from Indiana to Alaska, where she hopes to find gainful employment at a fish cannery. While stopped in Oregon, she's caught shoplifting food for her beloved dog, Lucy, which causes the duo to become separated, and presents to Wendy an increasingly dire set of circumstances as she searches for her companion.
The Plot: A professional man (Smith) who is close to suicide for his role in an auto accident that claimed the lives of seven people finds a reason to live, and to atone, when he falls for a woman (Dawson) who wants to help him deal with his grief.
The Plot: Banished from his home for being more man than mouse, Despereaux (Broderick) is befriended by Princess Pea (Watson) who teaches him the value of reading books (instead of eating them) as well as a fellow outcast, Roscuro the Rat (Hoffman), who is interested in hearing the stories Despereaux has learned. When Roscuro is shunned by the princess, however, he plots her kidnapping, putting Desperaux's human-sized bravery to the test.
The Plot: With his battle scars and failing heart, retired professional wrestler Randy "The Ram" Robinson (Rourke) jumps back into the squared cirle, climbing his way up the independent-circuit ladder, with his eyes on a showdown with his longtime rival.
Bedtime Stories(Adam Sandler movies are hit or miss. I'll probably skip this one.)
Director: Adam Shankman Stars:Adam Sandler, Keri Russell, Courteney Cox Studio: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Trailer
The Plot: Somehow, someway, the lavish bedtime stories that a hotel handyman (Sandler) tells his niece and nephew start to magically come true.
The Spirit(This looks super cheesy, but I am a sucker for Sam Jackson.)
Director: Frank Miller Stars: Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson Studio: Lionsgate Trailer
The Plot: A rookie cop (Macht) returns from the dead to fight crime from the shadows of Central City. His main opposition is a former lab technician who has reinvented himself as The Octopus (Jackson), an elusive criminal mastermind who knows the secrets behind his nemesis.
Valkyrie(A movie about Germans who neither speak German, or have German accents.)
Director: Bryan Singer Stars: Tom Cruise, Bill Nighy, Carice van Houten Studio: United Artists Trailer
The Plot: Near the end of WWII, Claus von Stauffenberg (Cruise) leads to group of fellow German army colonels in an attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler; the event would later be called the July 20 Plot of 1944.
Marley & Me(Labrador retrievers are super cute and this one is no exception.)
Director: David Frankel Stars: Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston Studio: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation Trailer
The Plot: An impossibly cute, but impossible-to-live-with yellow Labrador retriever named Marley teaches his newlywed owners a thing or two about patience and parenthood.
Director: David Fincher Stars: Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Tilda Swinton Studio: Paramount Pictures Trailer & Review
The Plot: Benjamin Button was born under unusual circumstances. As everyone around him grew older, he aged backwards, making the challenges of life such as creating friendships, finding a job and falling in love all the more difficult and heartbreaking.
Revolutionary Road-Limited-(What would have happened if she didn't let him freeze to death in Titanic.)
Director: Sam Mendes Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet Studio: DreamWorks Distribution Trailer & Review
The Plot: A young couple raising a family in a Connecticut suburb during the mid-1950s look to break free from their frustratingly mediocre lives.