Hothead homicide detective Rick Slade (Paul Rudd) is demoted to the Marine Unit and paired up with a rookie partner who’s a fish out of water – literally! Buddy Aquarius (Zach Galifianakis) is the first Merman to ever serve the Miami police force. His splashy personality, utter incompetence, and nauseating stench are enough to make Rick want to send Buddy to sleep with the fishes. But when Buddy’s father, Neptune the King of Atlantis (Gary Busey), is murdered, our two heroes dive into action. They’ll teach criminals everywhere that justice is a dish best served wet!
Siamese twins Dwayne and Blayne Hatfield (Will Ferrell in dual roles) run for President of the United States… against each other! When the vote results come in 50/50 for both candidates, Dwayne and Blayne are forced to share the Oval Office. In the end they must put aside their political differences to bring America closer together. You’ll be doubling over with laughter with this double-dose of hilarity!
M. Night Shyamalan’s Field of Dreams
From the visionary (and highly predictable) mind of M. Night Shyamalan comes a bold new interpretation of the 1989 Kevin Costner classic. Nicolas Cage stars as Ray Kinsella, an Iowa farmer haunted by voices telling him to build a baseball diamond in his cornfield so that the Ghosts of Baseball Past can play Ghost Baseball. In Iowa. For some reason.
FAKE SPOILER ALERT: Ray is really a ghost. It’s actually his wife Eva Mendes (Ghost Rider, My Brother the Pig) who sees dead people. And she’s hiding their bodies in the cornfield.
So I Married a Sex Offender
Katherine Heigl (Grey’s Anatomy, The Awful Truth) thought she found the man of her dreams (Jack Black). But the dream turns into a nightmare (which is still technically a dream) when she discovers her husband’s kooky hobbies. FAKE SPOILER ALERT: Yes, there are furries in this film! From the manic mind of John Waters (Serial Mom, Pink Flamingos).
From Razzie Award-winning director Uwe Boll and the producers of the Twilight Saga comes the romantic story of Adolf Hitler’s rise to power. Taylor Lautner (Twilight, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3D) gives an inspired performance as the hunky Hitler, a young struggling artist whose career is going nowhere. What Adolf needs is a muse, and she appears in the form of the beautiful (and Jewish) Rivka, played by Amanda Seyfried (Mamma Mia!, Chloe), the woman who would break his heart and shape the fate of Europe forever.
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