Fatal Attraction

1987, Rated R

When married man Dan (Michael Douglas) meets Alex Forrest (Glenn Close) at a party, his world gets turned upside-down. They begin a relationship that seems like fun at first, but soon things take a disturbing turn. Alex becomes obsessive and hostile, going so far as to disrupt Dan’s life at home with his wife (Anne Archer) and their young daughter (Ellen Latzen). No matter what Dan does, he cannot seem to get Alex to leave him alone. Unfortunately, his efforts may lead to horrifying consequences.

Charlie Bartlett

2008, Rated R

Charlie Bartlett (Anton Yelchin) is a great kid, but he really wants to be popular. His mother (Hope Davis) becomes disgruntled when he’s kicked out of yet another private school and makes the decision to send her trouble-maker son to public school. While there, Charlie butts heads with some bullies and immediately gets on the bad side of principal Gardner (Robert Downey Jr.). However, through resourcefulness in the form of prescription drugs and therapy sessions, Charlie finds a way to get popularity, the attention of a pretty girl (Kat Dennings), and maybe even a whole lot more trouble than he bargained for…

Forrest Gump

1994, Rated PG-13

Meet Forrest Gump (Tom Hanks); sitting on a bench, waiting for a bus, he has quite an interesting story to tell. Diagnosed with a low-IQ at a young age, Forrest recounts how his mother (Sally Field) raised him with the knowledge that he was no different than anyone else.
Between football, ping-pong, the war in Vietnam, and a slew of famous figures, Forrest has seen it all. But nothing in this whole world has meant more to him than a woman named Jenny (Robin Wright). With her advice, and the reluctant friendship of his Lieutenant (Gary Sinise), Forrest takes simplicity and sincerity with him wherever he goes.
~This film won the 1994 Academy Award for Best Picture

As Good as it Gets

1997, Rated PG-13

Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) suffers from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. He eats at the same restaurant every day, and is assisted by the same waitress, Carol (Helen Hunt) each time. When Carol does not show up for work one day, Melvin resorts to desperate means to make sure he will not have to be waited on by anyone else.
Meanwhile, Melvin’s neighbor, Simon (Greg Kinnear) gets attacked by burglars. Simon too resorts to desperate means when he asks the grumpy Melvin to watch his dog while he is in the hospital.
As Melvin is forced to deviate from his daily routines, he finds himself becoming closer with everyone in his life – much to the surprise of everyone.


Black Swan

2010, Rated R

Nina Sayers (Natalie Portman) gets cast to play the coveted role of Swan Queen in an upcoming ballet. While she stresses about her technique, her boss (Vincent Cassel) stresses about whether Nina will be able to lose control, and play both the Black and White Swans with equal conviction.
At home, Nina’s mother (Barbara Hershey) struggles with her daughter’s success, and becomes distraught when Nina befriends another dancer, Lily (Mila Kunis).
Desperate to be as perfect as her predecessor (Winona Ryder), Nina pours all of her efforts into losing herself the way that a perfect Black Swan should, but the task might cost Nina more than she has to offer.

American Psycho

2001, Rated R

With his mask of sanity, Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) feels like he might be about to slip…His secretary, Jean (Chloe Sevigny) and business competitor Paul (Jared Leto) could possibly identify him as a fraud, but will his lack of emotion show to fiance Evelyn (Reese Witherspoon), or worse yet, Patrick himself?