Whats Playing 06/15/07

Wide Release

Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer – Returning stars Jessica Alba, Chris Evans, Michael Chiklis, Ioan Gruffudd, and Julian McMahon are joined by Doug Jones and a host of others for this summer blockbuster. The Fantastic Four proved their worth as superheroes capable of saving human race from the evil of Dr. Doom, but now they must save the entire planet. Super-being Galactus, known as the “planet-eater,” and his herald the Silver Surfer have now made Earth their next target.

Nancy Drew – Emma Roberts, Josh Flitter, Tate Donovan, and more star in this new rendition of the teenage super sleuth. Nancy Drew is like every other teenager except that she has a masterful knack for solving mysteries. Traveling with her father to Los Angeles on business, she happens upon some clues and must use them to solve a movie star’s murder.

Limited Release

DOA: Dead Or Alive – Jaime Pressly, Devon Aoki, Holly Valance, and many more find their way in this adaptation of the popular video game series. A martial arts tournament is going on and fighters from all over the world have gathered for this unique event. As the competition winds down, four female fighters find themselves no longer enemies but united against a common foe.

Eagle Vs. Shark – In a story about the wonder that opposites attract, true love may find a way. Two socially awkward misfits have strange ways of going about things as they try to find their way to real love. They stumble across each other through video games, burgers, and revenge on high school bullies.

Fido – Starring K’Sun Ray, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Billy Connolly in a grown up story about a boy and his dog. Timmy Robinson’s (Ray) best friend in the world is his pet Fido (Connolly). Problem is, Connolly isn’t a dog but a six-foot tall zombie. When Fido eats the next-door neighbor, Timmy must work his charm to get his parents to let Fido stay.

The Trials Of Daryl Hunt – Follow along in this documentary all about Daryl Hunt who spent nearly twenty years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
Real footage and interviews highlight the evidence of a horrible rape/murder case spanning from 1984 to 2004 before finally finding out the truth.

The Golden Door is expanding.

Disney’s Ratatouille is having 800 sneak previews on Saturday, June 16.