* Invincible - Tragically, not based on the comic book of the same name, this is yet another inspiring sports movie, as an old rookie gets a spot on a team. Can he survive against the odds? The odds, of course, about this movie being made *yet another time*, and getting audiences to care?
* Miami Vice - Still looking sharp. Will it work without the 80's soundtrack?
* The Devil Wears Prada - Not as much a trailer as a long clip from the movie. Garnered big 'ehns' from the audience.
* Gridiron Gang - The Rock takes on a serious role as a football coach to imprisoned youths. I'm sure he can play the role, but the script looks, uh, kinda generic.
* The Lake House - Goofy romance premise, based on a Korean movie. Reuniting the couple from Speed. Let me know how that works out, guys.
Over the Hedge was big fun. As previously noted, saw it with three adults and three children, and everyone enjoyed it. I was a big fan of the (not so) subtle commentary on everyday life, and the parts where the movie went way surreal (anytime you have to pan out to show the entire planet from space is a good call.) The hyperactive squirrel really stole the show, but all the cartoon voices were excellent. (William Shatner!) Very recommended.
* Monster House - Could be cute. Animation feels a little off, though.
* Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties - Oh, no. Though it looks better than #1, the very existence of #1 precludes me from risking seeing #2.
* How To Eat Fried Worms - Based on the kids' book of the same name. Couple funny bits in there.
* Nacho Libre - They're really pushing this. I'm still entertained by the trailers.
* Barnyard - Also being pushed hard, also not doing much for me.
* Flushed Away - Obviously Aardman characters, but computer animated. Maybe, but I'm skeptical.