S Darko

  • Directors: Chris Fisher
  • Producers: Adam Fields
  • Writers: Nathan Atkins
  • Genres: Crime, Mystery, Sci-Fi, Thriller
  • Actors: Joey powell, Bryan Needham, Ed Westwick, Elizabeth Berkley, James Lafferty, Jackson Rathbone, Matthew Davis

Samantha Darko (Daveigh Chase) follows her rebellious best friend Corey (Briana Evigan) on a cross-country road trip from Virginia to California in an attempt to become professional dancers. Their dreams are cut short when their water pump blows outside of Conejo Springs, a tiny Utah town. Sam and Corey are saved by the town bad boy, Randy (Ed Westwick), who is passing by. He takes the two girls to the town to get their car repaired and then to the local motel where they meet the conspiracy-loving owner. He tells him of a boy that went missing.

That night, Samantha becomes possessed and “sleepwalks” outside to where she sits on top of a windmill with the local lunatic, Justin “Iraq Jack” Sparrow (James Lafferty) who tells her that he’s been waiting for her. She suddenly has a deep gash on the right side of her head and she wears a gold ballgown. She is from the future. Samantha, in the style of Frank from Donnie Darko, tells Justin that the world will end in four days, seventeen hours, twenty-six minutes, and thirty-one seconds. Then she commands him to follow her, off the windmill, and into the future.

It is morning again, the morning after the first meteorite landing. Samantha has not died, so Future Samantha never went out to the windmill and called Justin into the future. She and Corey visit the site of the meteorite crashing. The locals are saddened as they take away Justin’s body from the site because he has been killed by the meteorite. Samantha, never having experienced any of it, decides to go back to Virginia. Corey stays with Randy.

Big Stan

  • Directors: Rob Schneider
  • Producers: Rob Schneider
  • Writers: Josh Lieb
  • Genres: Comedy
  • Actors: Rob Schneider, Jennifer Morrison, Scott Wilson, Henry Gibson, Richard Kind, Introducing, Jackson Rathbone, with M Emmet Walsh, and David Carradine, as The Master

A real estate con artist named Stan Minton (Rob Schneider) panics when he learns that he’s going to prison for fraud. Stan’s fear of jailhouse rape leads him to hire the mysterious guru known as “The Master” (David Carradine) who helps transform him into a creative martial-arts expert. After his incarceration, Stan uses his newfound skills to intimidate his fellow prisoners. He gains their respect, and eventually becomes their leader, bringing peace and harmony to the prison yard. But the corrupt warden has an elaborate plan that could help him turn a profit by turning the prison into a war zone, and Stan is the only thing standing in the way.

The Last Airbender

  • Directors: M Night Shyamalan
  • Producers: Frank Marshall, Kathleen Kennedy, Sam Mercer, Scott Aversano, M Night Shyamalan
  • Writers: Screenplay, M Night Shyamalan, Original Story, Michael Dante DiMartino, Bryan Konietzko
  • Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
  • Actors: Noah Ringer, Jackson Rathbone, Nicola Peltz, Dev Patel

The Fire Nation is waging a ruthless, oppressive war against the other three nations. The film’s hero, the reluctant young Aang (Noah Ringer), is the “Last Airbender” — the Avatar, who, according to prophecy, has the ability to manipulate all of the elements and bring all the nations together. Aided by a protective teenage Waterbender named Katara (Nicola Peltz) and her bull-headed brother Sokka (Jackson Rathbone), Aang proceeds on a perilous journey to restore balance to their war-torn world.