by Inlander Staff Boat Trip -- Yuk, yuk, yuk... Two straight men (Cuba Gooding Jr. and Horatio Sanz) embark on a singles cruise to the Caribbean, only to discover it's an all-gay singles cruise. If that's not enough of a sell for you, consider the fact that the supporting cast includes Roger Moore. Rated: R
Dreamcatcher -- William Goldman, who adapted two other Stephen King novels for the big screen (Misery, Hearts in Atlantis), takes on this story of four childhood friends who form a telepathic bond while saving their buddy's life. Fast forward to the present day, where the friends have become men (including Jason Lee and Donnie Wahlberg) and they reunite for a weekend of hunting, beer drinking and other typically male amusements. Things suddenly get weird when animals start freaking out, military helicopters start showing up and strange lights shine out from the dark Maine woods. Rated: R
Piglet's Big Movie -- It must be so cold there in Pooh's shadow. The perpetually insecure and smallest denizen of the Hundred Acre Wood takes off when his so-called friends have a "honey harvest" without him. Some five or six hours later, Pooh, Tigger, Rabbbit and the rest of the gang suddenly realize, "Hey, where did that lil' pink fella go?" and set out in search of their friend, using a magical scrapbook as their guide. Rated: G
View From the Top -- Working class Donna (Gwyneth Paltrow) lands a job as a flight attendant, hoping to travel all over the world eventually as a first class international attendant. Hoochie mama outfits and big stupid hairdos won't get you through flight attendant school, as Donna soon discovers, but going to job fairs, being nice to your cross-eyed instructor (Mike Myers) and emulating Candice Bergen (as grande dame of all flight attendants, apparently) will. With Kelly Preston, Rob Lowe and Christina Applegate. Rated: PG-13
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The new one is smart and funny and action-packed, and it’s bigger and better and sleeker. And Downey does it again, this time ramping up Stark’s arrogant wisecracking, telling anyone who’ll listen (mostly women) that, via the creation of his powerful Iron Man suit, he’s brought years of uninterrupted peace to the world.