Be ready to laugh at the stop-motion film "A Town Called Panic," cringe at the potentially humiliating "The Tooth Fairy" and view "Extraordinary Measures," the first offering from CBS Films.


Hilarious and frequently surreal, this stop-motion flick features three plastic toys named Cowboy, Indian and Horse, who share a house in a rural town that never fails to attract the weirdest events. Be ready to laugh, and laugh hard.


In the first offering from CBS Films, Harrison Ford plays a medical researcher hurriedly trying to find a cure for a fatal disease that’s threatening to kill his bio-tech partner’s two young children in a matter of days. Brendan Fraser co-stars as the harried father.


In his follow-up to his acclaimed debut “12:08 East of Bucharest,” Romanian writer-director Corneliu Porumboiu examines the meaning of words, especially those pertaining to the law and its enforcement in the former communist country.


Dwayne Johnson returns to family comedy with a potentially humiliating turn as a tough guy forced by a judge to don a tooth fairy costume. Ashley (where-has-my-career-gone) Judd costars.


When God loses faith in mankind, he sends his legion of angels to bring on the apocalypse. Humanity's only hope lies in a group of strangers trapped in a desert diner. Paul Bettany and Dennis Quaid star.


A candid and deeply personal look at Charles Darwin (Paul Bettany), as he turns to his science to help him overcome the grief created by his daughter’s death. Bettany’s real-life wife, Jennifer Connelly, plays Mrs. Darwin.



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