Best Regular Movies

  • Beowulf

    Beowulf (PG-13, 2007)

    Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich, Robin Wright, Brendan Gleeson
    In a legendary time of heroes, the mighty warrior Beowulf battles the demon Grendel and incurs the h... read moreellish wrath of the beast's ruthlessly seductive mother. Their epic clash forges the timeless legend of Beowulf.
    • gameophiliac
      gameophiliac: . I wasn't too impressed when I saw it on a regular movie theater.
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
    • ladydraven
      ladydraven: ... but idk... the story bothered me they made him seem like a god and not a regular man who did something amazing....
      Reviewed 6 years days ago
    • irb0red
      irb0red: I have seen it in both regular & 3D - if you haven't seen it in 3D you haven't seen Beowulf.
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
  • Vantage Point

    Vantage Point (PG-13, 2008)

    Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox, Forest Whitaker, Bruce McGill, Edgar Ramirez
    Eight strangers with eight different points of view try to unlock the one truth behind an assassinat... read moreion attempt on the president of the United States. Thomas Barnes and Kent Taylor are two Secret Service agents assigned to protect President Ashton at a landmark summit on the global war on terror. When President Ashton is shot moments after his arrival in Spain, chaos ensues and disparate lives collide in the hunt for the assassin. In the crowd is Howard Lewis, an American tourist who thinks he's captured the shooter on his camcorder while videotaping the event for his kids back home. Also there, relaying the historic event to millions of TV viewers across the globe, is American TV news producer Rex Brooks. As they and others reveal their stories, the pieces of the puzzle will fall into place--and it will become apparent that shocking motivations lurk just beneath the surface.
  • The X-Files: I Want to Believe (The X Files 2)

    The X-Files: I Want to Believe (The X Files 2) (PG-13, 2008)

    David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Amanda Peet, Billy Connolly, Xzibit
    David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprise their roles as Fox Mulder and Dana Scully with this long... read more-delayed big-screen continuation that revives the series six years after it headed off the air in 2002. Creator Chris Carter returns to direct, co-writing the script with series veteran Frank Spotnitz for 20th Century Fox. Billy Connolly, Amanda Peet and rapper Xzibit co-star in the stand-alone sequel. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi
    • iLOVEmovies25
      iLOVEmovies25: ..just a regular murder mystery though!
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
    • jdiehl22000
      jdiehl22000: was more like a regular episode , but I liked it !!
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
    • stevenyoung544
      stevenyoung544: . It's good for fans and regular moviegoers alike!
      Reviewed 5 years days ago
  • Dreamgirls

    Dreamgirls (PG-13, 2006)

    Jamie Foxx, Beyonce Knowles, Eddie Murphy, Jennifer Hudson, Danny Glover
    Director Bill Condon brings Tom Eyen's Tony award-winning Broadway musical to the big screen in a ta... read morele of dreams, stardom, and the high cost of success in the cutthroat recording industry. The time is the 1960s, and singers Effie (Jennifer Hudson), Lorrell (Anika Noni Rose), and Deena (Beyoncé Knowles) are about to find out just what it's like to have their wildest dreams come true. Discovered at a local talent show by ambitious manager Curtis Taylor Jr. (Jamie Foxx), the trio known as "the Dreamettes" is soon offered the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of opening for popular singer James "Thunder" Early (Eddie Murphy). Subsequently molded into an unstoppable hit machine by Taylor and propelled into the spotlight as "the Dreams," the girls quickly find their bid for the big time taking priority over personal friendship as Taylor edges out the ultra-talented Effie so that the more beautiful Deena can become the face of the group. Now, as the crossover act continues to dominate the airwaves, the small-town girls with big-city dreams slowly begin to realize that the true cost of fame may be higher than any of them ever anticipated. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi