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Roman soldiers led by Quintus Dias raid an enemy camp in an effort to save a captured general (West). Soon, the Romans will find themselves hunted by a group of Picts the Empire's more formidable enemies and their best shot at surviving the hunt is in the hands of a tracker bent on revenge.
Forbes.com: Summer 2010's Box Office Winners
Despite complimentary reviews, Jennifer Aniston’s newest flick, “The Switch,” only earned about $8 million at the box office.
Men dominated the box office this weekend in a gender battle that pitted Sylvester Stallone's testosterone fueled "Expendables" against Julia Roberts' "Eat Pray Love."
An unmarried 40-year-old woman (Aniston) turns to a turkey baster in order to become pregnant. Seven years later, she reunites with her best friend (Bateman), who has been living with a secret ...
Nanny McPhee (Ema Thompson) arrives to help a harried young mother, Mrs. Green (Gyllenhaal), with running the family farm while her husband is away at war. With Mrs. Green's children waging a personal war with their two spoiled cousins, Nanny McPhee uses her magic to teach the kids five important new lessons.
This weekend, the action extravaganza "The Expendables" explodes on the silver screen.
Detectives Allen Gamble (Will Ferrell) and Terry Hoitz (Mark Wahlberg) might not be New York City's finest, but when they discover a path that leads directly to one the city's biggest criminals, they seize the opportunity to become supercops.
Happily married Elizabeth Gilbert (Julia Roberts) takes a right turn in her life by enduring a painful divorce and proceeding to take a round-the-world journey of self-enlightenment and fulfillment.
Dom Cobb (DiCaprio) is a thief who specializes in the art of extraction, the stealing of secrets from a target's subconscious. Though his profession cost him everything he has ever loved and has turned him into a fugitive, an offer for a final job one that requires him to plant an idea instead of pilfering it could be his chance at redemption.