By Jim Schutze
By Rachel Watts
By Lauren Drewes Daniels
By Anna Merlan
By Lee Escobedo
Face/Off Beleaguered police officer (John Travolta) reconciles with his put-upon wife (Joan Allen) after the death of their son and head out with newly found business partner Nicholas Cage to operate a commercial dove farm.
South Park: The Movie Four young friends join forces to defeat Saddam Hussein in this gritty dramatic cartoon. Stan's search for the clitoris as a way to his true love's heart is rewritten as a hunt for the perfect "Precious Moments" figurine.
Hannibal An erudite British art collector (Anthony Hopkins) finds true love and tasty side dishes with a Southern police detective (Julianne Moore).
American Psycho Christian Bale plays Patrick Bateman, an upwardly mobile young executive with romantic difficulties in the 1980s. Co-starring Reese Witherspoon as the fiancee who encourages him to quit his job to open a chain saw distributorship.
Pulp Fiction Samuel Jackson plays a hit man who finds God. The mysterious briefcase is now opened to reveal a stash of stolen Gideon Bibles.
Basic Instinct A down-on-his-luck cop (Michael Douglas) finds true love with an eccentric writer (Sharon Stone). A digitally re-edited Stone uncrosses her legs to reveal she's wearing bloomers.
Pearl Harbor Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnett repel the Japanese navy armed only with the love of a good woman (Kate Beckinsale).
Seven Morgan Freeman and Brad Pitt play mismatched partners in this cop buddy movie co-starring Gwyneth Paltrow as a wisecracking jack-in-the-box sidekick.
Fight Club A bored corporate exec (Ed Norton) revitalizes his humdrum life with travel and exercise.
Taxi Driver Introverted cabbie Robert De Niro moonlights as a Girl Scout counselor, helping a troubled Jodie Foster earn a merit badge in entrepreneurship.
GoodFellas An Irish-American union delegate (Ray Liotta) leaves the New York City fast track for a simpler life in Washington state.
Boogie Nights A struggling musician (Mark Wahlberg) tries to heal his relationship with his estranged grandfather (Burt Reynolds). Wahlberg unzips his pants to reveal a wooden chunk of the true cross.
Scarface Hard to tell, as it features only opening credits and end credits.