• Mr. and Mrs. Smith: Doug Liman doesn't know whether he's making a violent verion of Bringing Up Baby, a funny version of True Lies, or a sexy version of War of the Roses, but whatever. Brangelina, man. Let's get down to it.
  • The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl: Robert Rodriguez has a bunch of kids, and a lot of digital toys. Ergo...
  • Howl's Moving Castle: The new film from Hayao Miyazaki, the guy who brought us Spirited Away. Tony says it's "a fitting introduction to one of modern cinema's great enchanters."
  • 5 x 2: Yay! A new film from Francoise Ozon! This one is about an unhappy marriage, told in five parts.
  • High Tension: This french horror film was supposedly awesome until the distributor decided that Americans were too stupid to read subtitles and had it dubbed. Manohla says, "Right from the get-go, something feels off, partly because it appears that a neutron bomb has done away with the rest of the world, partly because the women's lips don't match the audio."
  • The Honeymooners: We need this reimagining of the classic sitcom as much as we need ... well, any reimagining of any classic sitcom, but the general consensus seems to hold that there could be worse ways to spend one's time this weekend.