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Battle for Terra 3D (Roadside Attractions) This animated war movie is an ecological allegory about humans invading a peace-loving alien planet in order to save the human race. Danny Glover, Evan Rachel Wood, James Garner and Brian Cox are among the voice-actors.
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (New Line/Warner Bros.) Matthew McConaughey is haunted by the ghosts of his exes as he attends his younger brother's wedding. Jennifer Garner, Michael Douglas and Anne Archer are also in the cast.
Star Trek ( Paramount) J.J. Abrams' updating and rebooting of the franchise with a new cast playing the "young" Capt. Kirk (Chris Pine), Spock, Uhura (Zoe Saldana), Sulu (John Cho), who meet for the first time in this adventure that boldly goes where many others have gone before.
Adoration ( Sony Classics) Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's latest is a comment on Net culture as a teen invents a fanciful life for himself and his family on the web causing controversy and consternation.
Angels & Demons (Sony) Tom Hanks returns in this sequel to the worldwide smash The Da Vinci Code promises more history, mystery and the threat of a terrorist act against the Vatican. The Catholic Church is already hinting at condemning the picture.
Lorna's Silence (Sony Classics) This Cannes Film Fest fave is a Belgian drama by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, and is about murder, sham marriages and heroin in Liege.
Terminator Salvation (Warner Bros.) Sort of a prequel to the many Terminator movies and sequel to the Sarah Connor Chronicles TV series, this picks up the story after Skynet has destroyed most of human civilization and John Connor ( Christian Bale) and others struggle to survive.
Dance Flick (Paramount/MTV Films) The Wayans family produced and stars in this riff on the current dance musicals craze on film and TV.
Night at the Museum: Battle at the Smithsonian (Fox) Ben Stiller returns as the museum night watchman whose dead exhibits come to life after dark, only now he's trying to rescue exhibits that have been shipped to The Smithsonian. Robin Williams, Owen Wilson and Ricky Gervais return, and Amy Adams shows up as Amelia Earhart.
Departures (Regent) This Oscar-winning Japanese drama is about a cellist who takes a job at a funeral home preparing bodies for the journey from life into death.
The Lonely Maiden (Yari Film Group) Oscar winners Morgan Freeman, Christopher Walken and Marcia Gay Harden star in this comedy about security guards who try to steal artworks they've become attached to.
The Hangover (Warner Bros.) The groomsmen lose the groom after a night of drinking and have to retrace their steps to find the guy in time for his big day in this guy-bonding comedy.
Land of the Lost (Universal) Will Ferrell and Danny McBride are the adults in this revival of the 1970s (and '90s) kiddie TV adventure series about folks who stumble into a world of dinosaurs and other menacing creatures.
Adoration (Sony Classics) Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's latest is a comment on Net culture as a teen invents a fanciful life for himself and his family on the web causing controversy and consternation.
Seraphine (Music Box Films) Yolande Moreau has the title role in this utterly absorbing portrait of a famed French primitive artist and the dealer who discovered her.
The Taking of Pelham 123 (Sony/Columbia) It's Denzel Washington as the cop vs. John Travolta as the crook in this Tony Scott remake of the classic heist thriller about a hijacked New York subway train.
Moon (Sony Classics) Sam Rockwell stars as a lone astronaut-prospector who wonders if he's losing his mind when he finds an injured fellow astronaut on the Moon. Very 2001-ish, with Kevin Spacey as the voice of his computer. 6/19/09
Whatever Works (Sony Classics) Woody Allen's latest comedy stars the ever-dyspeptic Larry David, Evan Rachel Wood and Patricia Clarkson. O'Horten (Sony Classics) Norwegian Bent Hamer (Kitchen Stories) directed this drama about an aging train engineer's last night before retirement.
The Brother's Bloom (Summit) Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo star in this dramedy about veteran con men who take "one last job."
Fireflies in the Garden (Senator Entertainment) A Robert Frost poem was the inspiration for this all-star melodrama about a family torn by tragedy. Ryan Reynolds, Julia Roberts, Carrie-Anne Moss, Willem Dafoe, Emily Watson and Ioan Gruffud are among the stars.
My Sister's Keeper (New Line) Nick Cassavetes' latest is a drama about a couple who find themselves facing moral and ethical choices in order to save their child's life, choices that causes their other child to take them to court. Cameron Diaz, Abigail Breslin, Alec Baldwin and Jason Patric star.
Cheri (Miramax) Stephen Frears directed this adaptation of a Colette novel about the effects of a romance between an aging courtesan ( Michelle Pfeiffer) and the rich young man she seduces (Rupert Friend).
The Hurt Locker (Summit Entertainment) Action auteur Kathryn Bigelow (Point Break) makes a comeback with this thriller about bomb disposal teams in war torn Iraq. Jeremy Renner, Guy Pearce, Ralph Fiennes and David Morse are among the stars. (opens wider July 10 and July 24)
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Fox) Those Ice Age mammals confront dinosaurs in this sequel to the popular animated comedies.
Public Enemies (Universal) Michael Mann's 1930s gangster epic about J. Edgar Hoover and Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale) going after the likes of Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd and Babyface Nelson. Johnny Depp (Dillinger), Billy Crudup (as Hoover) and Marion Cotillard also star.
Bruno (Universal) Sacha Baron Cohen of Borat brings his fey Austrian fashionista to this mockumentary designed to make Bruno, and the folks who meet him, look foolish
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (Senator Entertainment) A much delayed "Who will die next?" horror thriller starring Amber Heard and Anson Mount.
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Warner Bros.) Harry's growing pains continue in his sixth year at Hogwarts, a year of deathly secrets about Lord Voldemort that fall into Harry's hands. This features the same director who did the last Potter picture.
In the Loop (IFC Films) James Gandolfini, Steve Coogan and Anna Chlumsky are among the stars in this satiric farce about underlings' efforts to keep the U.S. president and British prime minister from starting a war the underlings don't want.
All Good Things (The Weinstein Co.) A missing persons case may cause the downfall of a New York real estate dynasty in this drama starring Ryan Gosling Frank Langella, Kirsten Dunst and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
G-Force ( Walt Disney Pictures) This 3D comedy adventure from Jerry Bruckheimer features talking government agent guinea pigs. Sam Rockwell, Tracy Morgan, Nick Cage and Penelope Cruz have lent their voices to it.
Orphan (Warner Bros.) Vera Farmiga and Peter Sarsgaard star in this Supernanny horror tale about a couple who get more than they bargained for when they adopt a child.
Adam (Fox Searchlight) Hugh Dancy and Rose Byrne star in this drama about an autistic man who befriends the woman who lives upstairs.
Funny People (Universal) Judd Apatow's latest is about a veteran comic ( Adam Sandler) who learns that he is dying and takes a young comic ( Seth Rogen) under his wing, all in an effort to form one "genuine" friendship before he dies.
They Came From Upstairs (Fox) Kids try to protect their vacation home from alien invaders in this animation-plus-live-action comedy. Ashley Tisdale, Doris Roberts, Kevin Nealon and Andy Richter are in the cast.
The Cove (Roadside Attractions) This shocking documentary is about Taji, Japan, a town that makes it an annual habit to round up and slaughter dolphins to keep the mammals from eating up all their sushi.
Shorts (Warner Bros.) A Robert Rodriguez child's fantasy about a magic rock that allows a kid to make his world right, until it falls into the hands of evil grownups.
Paper Heart (Overture) Michael Cera and Charlene Yi star in this romantic comedy about a documentary filmmaker (Yi) on a road trip/quest to discover the meaning of "love." (wider release, Aug. 14).
A Perfect Getaway (Rogue) Psychopaths stalk two couples (Steve Zahn, Milla Jovovich, Timothy Olyphant and Kiele Sanchez) on a Hawaiian vacation in this thriller from the director of Pitch Black.
Bandslam (Walden Media/Summit) High school kids bond over music when they form a group to try and win the battle of the bands.
District 9 (Screen Gems) One of Peter Jackson's protégés, Neill Blomkamp, directed this secretive sci-fi project.
Post Grad ( Fox Atomic) Alexis Bledel stars in this comedy about a college grad who moves back home to try and figure out what to do with her life.
The Time Traveler's Wife (Warners) Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana star in this drama about a librarian (Bana) born with a gene that makes him travel through time, and the consequences that has on the great love of his life.
Ponyo (Walt Disney Pictures) This animated film from Oscar winner Hayao Miyazaki is about a very young mermaid who longs to become human and who makes friends with a five year old boy in the process.
Taking Woodstock (Focus Features) Ang Lee's comic version of how Woodstock, the seminal concert and cultural happening, was accidentally brought together back in 1969. Funniest casting? Eugene Levy as Yasgur, as in "Yasgur's Farm." (opens wider 9/9 )
Final Destination: Death Trip 3D (New Line) More teenagers meet their maker when they least expect it, and this time they die in 3D.
The Boat That Rocked (Universal) Philip Seymour Hoffman and Billy Nighy are among the stars of this Richard Curtis comedy about pirate radio in the UK in the 70s.
It Might Get Loud (Sony Classics) Davis Guggenheim's documentary about the electric guitar features chats with/demonstrations by Jimmy Page, Jack White and The Edge.