A thief, a barbarian, a druid and a sorceror undertake an adventure to recover their stolen loot, long lost daughter, have a few chuckles and all that without rolling a single 20 sided dice… die… dices
Tony Stark and Bruce Banner put their glorious brains together to resurrect an advanced piece of AI software called Ultron with the intention of it protecting the world, but it turns out to have the twisted, warped mind of James Spader and needs to be destroyed before it wipes out humanity – starting with a small, poor, eastern European country. Cue the Avengers to save the day
30 odd years after the Empire was defeated, The First Order – basically a newer, snazzier version of the Empire – has come to power and threatens to destroy all who oppose them. It’s up to the Resistance (nee Rebellion) to join up with some familiar faces (and some new sexy ones) to put a stop to the baddies evil shenanigans.
Aliens misinterpret a video of classic arcade games sent to space in the 80’s as an invitation to go to war and send down the characters to fight human kind in a deadly game of win or …lose I guess. Cue four nerds, one of which is the president, to rediscover their gaming skills and defeat the never to be seen alien race before they destroy earth for no apparent reason other than they’re dicks.
When the secret formula for Krabby Patties (TM) mysteriously disappears, SpongeBob must make an unlikely allegiance with Plankton in order to restore order to Bikini Bottom before underwater hell breaks loose.
Emmet (Chris Pratt) is a law abiding lego construction worker who gets corrupted by beautiful stranger, Wildstyle (Elizabeth Banks), when he gets a large piece of lego stuck to his back. With the ultra original tag of “The Special One”, it is up to Emmet and a team of familiar super heroes to stop the bad guy, Lord Business (Will Ferrell), from destroying the world and all it’s legoey inhabitants