Welcome to the Movie Explanations Master List
Movie explanations from Nutshell Movies started on Twitter and are updated every day at Noon Central time. Since the twitter only updates once a day there is a significant gap from when the movie explanations are written and when they are published. The movie explanation master list on this page has no gap between writing and publication aside from special movie explanation projects. Twitter and Facebook will still bring you a movie explanation a day as it always has! (Some of the posts on here are slightly longer than their Twitter counterpart because the entire movie title is displayed along with the year which doesn’t always fit in the Twitter post; ‘Terminator 3′ is ‘Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines’, and also may be longer because of proper English and complete sentences)
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# – Movie Explanations
#1 Cheerleader Camp (2010): Some horny guys get jobs at a cheerleading camp in hopes of crazy sex.
10 Things I Hate About You (1999): A man is paid to date an ill-mannered girl so her sister can start going on dates.
100 Feet (2008): Woman kills abusive husband, ends upon house arrest but the house is ironically haunted by her dead husband.
100 Million BC (2008): A scientist leads a group of US Navy SEALS back in time to rescue another group he’d stranded there years before.
18 Year Old Virgin (2009): An 18 year old girl is still a virgin, hilarity ensues.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968): A ship bound for Jupiter is sabotaged by a computer, then a man evolves into a glowing super fetus.
2012: Supernova (2009): Science tries to stop a star explosion from killing everyone on earth.
27 Dresses (2008): A woman that has been a bridesmaid 27 times struggles as her sister is marrying the man she is in love with. OH NOES!
2 Fast 2 Furious (2003): The cop from the first movie now fired, gains the assistance of a friend to help the police take down a drug ring.
30 Days of Night (2007): An isolated town in Alaska is attacked by a group of vampires when the town enters the annual month of darkness.
300 (2006): 300 men with ridiculous abdominal muscles die while holding off 1,000,000 Persian invaders.
30,000 Leagues Under the Sea (2007): A captain of an advanced underwater vessel has adventures while exploring REALLY deep in the ocean.
6 Guns (2010): A woman hires a bounty hunter to train her to gunfight to kill the men that killed her family.
The 7 Adventures of Sinbad (2010): The Prince of Persia has to complete 7 tasks to save the world.
8213: Gacy House (2010): The ghost of John Wayne Gacy terrorizes paranormal investigators that mess around in his house.
The 9/11 Commission Report (2006): People investigate the catastrophe known as 9/11 and see if it could have been avoided.
A – Movie Explanations
A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965): A strangely balding young boy and his pet beagle search for the true meaning of Christmas beyond presents.
A Christmas Story (1983): A boy’s dream of owning a BB gun is denied at first by a hesitant mother, then realized on Christmas Day.
The A-Team (2010): An elite military group is framed for a crime they are innocent of and must clear their name.
Abominable (2006): A man recovering from an injury basically sees Bigfoot and he tries to get people to believe him before it kills people.
The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl (2005): A kid daydreams another world and it becomes real and he alone can save it.
The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1989): A cat and dog become best friends then get separated but find other, then live together in a barn.
Æon Flux (2005): Infertile clones of a Utopian society, are set free by crashing a floating ship that stores the DNA used for cloning.
A.I. Assault (2006): A team of Navy SEALS are sent in to turn off two machines that are released after a crash that can learn and kill.
Airline Disaster (2010): Terrorists hijack a plane that the President’s brother is flying forcing tough decisions.
Airplane! (1980): A traumatized ex-Navy pilot has to land a commercial jet when most of the passengers and crew eat bad fish.
Alien (1979): A ship in the future lands on a strange planet. An alien impregnates a man and the resulting spawn kills almost everyone.
Alien Abduction (2005): A woman and her friends are abducted by aliens then abducted by science to run tests on them.
Alien Apocalypse (2005): Two returning astronauts set out to free humanity that has been taken over by aliens during their mission.
Alien Express (2005): An alien creature lands on Earth and multiplies as it takes human lives.
Alien Hunter (2003): A scientist is called to the south pole to check out a strange shell that releases an alien and a deadly virus.
Alien Lockdown (2004): Elite soldiers are called in to kill the ultimate weapon, which is a creature made by science.
Alien Siege (2005): Aliens with a disease come to earth needing human blood, they work out a deal for a bunch of humans as a sacrifice.
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn (1997): A director disowns his crappy film but cannot run from it.
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold (1986): An adventurer saves his brother and some white slaves from a golden city in Africa.
Allan Quatermain and the Temple of Skulls (2008): Adventurer Allan Quartermain quests to find fabled treasure in Africa.
All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989): Good dog dies then returns & helps an orphan girl find a family and dies again, then goes to heaven.
Alone in the Dark (2005): A paranormal investigator discovers that a demon worshiping cult wants to take over the world and he goes nuts.
American History X (1998): A neo-nazi leader reforms in prison, comes home a different person but cannot save his brother. Racism is bad.
Amityville (Entire Film Series): Demons kill and drive people nuts that enter a house or own anything from the house.
Amityville 1992: It’s About Time (1992): A guy brings home a clock from the Amityville house and it’s possessed (imagine that) death ensues.
Amityville: A New Generation (1993): A mirror from the Amityville house is possessed and it as you could imagine, kills people.
Amityville: Dollhouse (1996): A replica dollhouse of the Amityville house unleashes demonic terror upon the house.
The Amityville Horror (1979): Newlyweds move into a demon possessed house with a grisly past and they almost kill each other then run away.
The Amityville Horror (2005): Newlyweds flee from a haunted house 28 days after their purchase after practically going insane.
Amityville 2: The Possession (1982): More people move into the demon house it possesses a boy he does his sister and a priest helps him.
Amityville 3-D (1983): A skeptic movies into the demon house which kills his daughter, drives his wife nuts and later freezes things.
Amityville 4: The Evil Escapes (1989): The demons escape in a lamp and try to possess a girl in California by pretending to be her dead dad.
The Amityville Curse (1990): People spend the night in the abandoned Amityville demon house and find out that it is in fact possessed.
Anacondas: Trail of Blood (2009): A genetically enhanced anaconda snake is cut in half then becomes two huge aggressive snakes.
Android Apocalypse (2006): Earth is in a post apocalypse wasteland controlled by androids that are starting to learn human emotion.
The Ape (1940): A mad scientist wears the skin of an ape to kill people and extract their spinal fluid for an experimental polio serum.
The Apocalypse (2007): Big asteroid is coming toward Earth, some parents look for their kid and lots of things break.
April Fool’s Day (1986): A group of people are killed one by one as we strive to solve the mystery… Nope, just kidding it was all a joke.
Apt Pupil (1998): A boy blackmails his neighbor after suspecting him to be a Nazi war criminal.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (2007): The Aqua Teens were created by a watermelon and a 9 layer been burrito.
Army of Darkness (1992): A man from the future helps defend a castle from an army of the dead that has risen to re-claim a book.
Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997): A secret agent from the 60′s is awoken from cryosleep to capture his archenemy Dr. Evil.
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999): Austin must regain his mojo that was stolen by Dr. Evil and his new time machine.
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002): Austin’s father reveals Dr. Evil and Austin to be brothers and he turns good but his crazy son is not.
Arachnophobia (1990): A large ridiculously poisonous jungle spider is accidentally transported into the US and breeds killer offspring.
Attack of the Killer Refridgerator (1990): An Icebox goes in a killing spree and eats the teens that got drunk and abused it at a party.
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes! (1978): A team of scientists band together to stop tomatoes, a typically docile fruit, from killing people.
Avatar (2010): A marine linked to an alien suit falls in-love with an alien woman then sells out humanity to stay with her… yay I guess!
AVH: Alien vs. Hunter (2007): A killer alien lands and… kills people and a cyborg hunter… hunts it. People blow it up with a ray gun.
AVP (2004): A group of explorers funded by a tycoon, are caught in a right of passage ritual where Predators fight Acid Blooded Aliens.
B - Movie Explanation
Back to the Future (1985): A kid goes back in time and makes some mistakes that he must correct or face not existing in the first place.
Back to the Future 2 (1989): Biff gets rich due to an oversight by Marty and Doc when they changed their futures but they fix it.
Back to the Future 3 (1990): Marty travels to the old west to save Doc from certain death, and narrowly makes it back to 1985 (the present).
Bad Dreams (1988): A girl survives a mass suicide act by a cult and wakes up from a coma and people in her therapy group kill themselves.
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002): Two top agents from different agencies are tasked to kill each other but work together.
Batman (1943): The caped crusader fights a Japanese mastermind that can turn people into a zombie of sorts.
Batman (1966): Some leotard wearing weirdos fight a group of villains that have a device that can dehydrate people. *POW* *SMACK*
Batman (1989): A rich guy dresses up like a freak and fights crime. Then he drops a deranged clown off of a tall building.
Batman Begins (2005): A rich kid turned orphan learns how to become a ninja and fight criminals using fear and loads of cash.
Batman Forever (1995): A rich bat obsessed man and a circus boy fight a literal two faced lawyer and a goofy madman obsessed with riddles.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993): Cartoon Batman is framed for murders committed by a crazy ex-girlfriend with a suit and a voice changer
Batman Returns (1992): A man that thinks hes a bat fights a woman that thinks shes a cat and a man that thinks hes a penguin.
Batman & Robin (1997): Rich guy with cape and circus boy fight a plant woman that fights for plant rights and a scientist that freezes things.
Batteries Not Included (1987): Space robots save a building from being torn down by restoring it back to it’s former glory.
Battle Beyond the Stars (1980): Seven mercenaries assemble to defend a farming colony. Did I mention this is in space?
Battlefield Earth (2000): During the year 3000 humans are enslaved by aliens but we totally fight back and win. Go Humans!
Battle of Los Angeles ( 2011): Aliens return to kick our ass after we engaged combat with a UFO in 1942.
Beerfest (2006): A group of Americans train and compete in a secret international underground beer drinking competition.
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (2006): A mockumentary about a killer and the hilarious behind the scenes of the horror antagonist.
Being John Malkovich (1999): A man finds a portal into an actor’s head and controls his body, but gets tricked and is enslaved in another body.
Be Kind Rewind (2008): A man becomes magnetized and ruins the video tapes at a struggling rental store then re-makes them.
Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla (1952): Two performers get stranded in paradise. Then run from a Dr. that wants to turn them into apes.
Bellyfruit (1999): Un-married teenage mothers struggle to make a life for their babies as they live in unfavorable conditions.
Ben-Hur (1959): A rich Jewish prince is enslaved by his old friend, then helps Jesus Christ during his crucifixion and learns to forgive.
Beyond Re-Animator (2003): The mad scientist from the original goes to jail but continues his research even after incarcerated.
The Big Lebowski (1998): An unemployed man and his bowling partner go on a series of adventures because of mistaken identity and urine on a rug.
Bingo (1991): A circus dog tracks down a boy he made friends with that moves 1,000 miles away.
Bio-Dome (1996): Two idiots enter a scientific experiment that seals scientists (and them) inside a glass dome for a year.
Birdemic (2008): Birds inexplicably attack a small town after 47 minutes and 10 seconds of people preaching about being green.
Bitch Slap (2009): An assassin posing as a stripper makes a bogus mission to find the precious Katana sword she lost while killing people.
Black Belt Jones (1974): A Kung-Fu expert is called in to protect a Karate School from being taken by the Mob with plans of redevelopment.
Black Sheep (2006): Genetically modified sheep rage out and kill people in New Zealand.
Bloodsport (1988): A man temporarily escapes from the military to fight in an underground fighting tournament that he wins.
Bloodsport 2 (1996): Guy goes to jail for stealing a sword, learns to fight, and after released he wins an underground tournament.
Bloodsport 3 (1996): The guy from #2 tells his son how he avenged the death of his master by winning another underground tournament.
Bloodsport 4: The Final Chapter (1999): A cop goes undercover in a prison because the inmates are being forced to fight to the death in underground fights.
Bloodsucking Freaks (1976): A guy tortures nude women on stage under the guise of it being fiction, but it’s real pain they see!
Body Snatchers (1993): Aliens come to earth and assimilate humans to take over the human race. The tentacles resemble spaghetti.
The Boondock Saints (1999): Two Irish brothers kill crime bosses with aid from the police. They even execute a man in a courtroom with dad.
Born on the 4th of July (1989): Golden boy goes to war, shoots his buddy, gets paralyzed, becomes a drunk, and then he writes a book.
The Bourne Identity (2002): A man struggling with amnesia is being tracked by assassins because he is a super spy.
The Bourne Supremacy (2004): The company seeks Bourne to destroy him but he has other plans that don’t involve dieing, like killing instead.
The Bourne Ultimatum (2007): He gets his memory back and answers a lot of questions about his past, kicks a lot of ass and falls off a roof.
Boy Eats Girl (2005): A teen commits suicide but is brought back to life by a botched ritual by his mom and returns as a zombie.
Bram Stoker’s Dracula’s Curse (2006): A group of vampire hunters fight an evil vampire clan in the underworld.
Braveheart (1995): A Scottish commoner unites people to violently fight the tyranny of the oppressive English rule. FREEEDOM!
Bride of the Monster (1955): 12 men are captured for one mad scientist’s experiment to make supermen out of atomic energy.
Brokeback Mountain (2005): Two ‘In the closet’ gay sheep herders fall in love and must keep it a secret, then one dies.
Bubba Ho-Tep (2002): An elderly Elvis and his friend must defend their nursing facility from a re-activated mummy that looks like a cowboy.
Bugsy (1991): A gangster starts a casino in Las Vegas with the help of gangster investors. When the casino begins to flop he gets shot.
C - Movie Explanations
The Cable Guy (1996): A deranged cable installer ruins a man’s life because he feigned interest in him to gain free cable service.
Candyman (1992): If you say “Candyman” five times while looking in a mirror a hook wielding black man will kill the crap out of you.
Candyman 2 – Farewell to the Flesh (1995): Candyman is summoned to New Orleans just before Mardi Gras and kills a lot of people.
Candyman 3 – Day of the Dead (1999): Candyman comes back… again…. and kills some more people. This time is different though… he is in LA!
Casino Royale (2006): Newly appointed agent James Bond plays a game of no limit poker against a terrorist to win his operational finances.
Castle Freak (1995): A family inherits a 12th century castle and there is a freak inside that kills people and looks ugly, but not in that order.
Catwoman (2004): A chick with the abilities of a cat walks a thin line between criminal and hero.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005): A boy from a low income home wins a tour through an unusual candy making factory.
Child’s Play (Entire Film Series): A killer doll chases a kid for a while then settles down with another killer doll and has a kid.
Child’s Play (1988): A mother buys a doll from a vagrant in an alley that turns out to be possessed by a killer named Charles Lee Ray.
Child’s Play 2 (1990): Chucky (the killer doll) is re-assembled and brought back to life by the factory, then kills people and explodes.
Child’s Play 3 (1991): Chucky is reactivated and infiltrates the military academy to hunt the same kid but gets chopped up in a big fan.
Child’s Play 4: Bride of Chucky (1998): Chucky turns his old girlfriend into a doll and knocks her up. He gets shot, she gets stabbed, and the baby attacks a cop.
Child’s Play 5: Seed of Chucky (2004): Chucky gets reactivated then killed by his cross dressing son Glen and becomes a real boy with a soul swapped Jennifer Tilly.
Christmas Evil (1980): A toymaker obsessed with Christmas snaps after his toys are criticized and he goes on a yuletide killing spree.
Christine (1983): A killer car with a mind of its own murders people and repairs itself. Vehicular homicide much?
The Chronicles of Narnia: The lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (2005): Kids find a magical land in the closet and fight a witch.
C.H.U.D. (1984): The government floods the sewer with gas to kill man-eating mutants they have inadvertently created and desire to cover up.
C.H.U.D. 2 – Bud the Chud (1989): Two teens steal and reanimate a zombie that infects the town they live in.
Clash of the Titans (2010): The mortal son of a god fights bad creatures that are trying to take over everything.
Clerks (1994): A day in the life of two convenience store clerks talk about movies and annoy customers.
Clerks 2 (2006): Two ex-convenience store clerks work together at a fast food joint and talk about movies and annoy customers.
Clue (1985): Seemingly random people in a mansion struggle to find the culprit responsible for killing the guests.
Cocktail (1988): A soldier cant get a job so he becomes a flair bartender. His only friend dies then he gets married and has twins.
Cool as Ice (1991): A white rapper picks up a girl from a small town while his friend’s motorcycle gets repaired.
Cool Hand Luke (1967): Man gets arrested, makes friends, eats some eggs, escapes jail, then gets shot. Should’ve been a night in the box.
Cool World (1992): If a human and a cartoon get it on, it can rupture the dimension barrier between the real world and a cartoon world.
Corky Romano (2001): The strange son of a mafia boss is embedded into the FBI to find and destroy evidence that could incriminate him.
The Count of Monte Cristo (2002): A falsely imprisoned man escapes and uses a buried treasure to get revenge on the people involved.
Cowboy Bebop The Movie (2001): Space bounty hunters go after a large bounty on an ex-military terrorist with plans to infect the world.
The Crawling Hand (1963): The severed hand from an astronaut that crashed comes back to life and strangles people to death
The Crazies (1973): A small town in Pennsylvania is overtaken by the military to contain a zombie epidemic that can’t be contained.
The Crazies (2010): A chemical that turns people into zombies enters a small town’s water supply via plane crash & The town gets sealed off.
Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961): A boat captain kills some of his crew and blames it on a sea creature, that turns out to be real.
The Creeping Terror (1964): People fight a slug that eats things to gather data that it sends to it’s home planet 1 million light years away.
The Crippled Masters (1982): Two martial arts students are crippled for life by their teacher but join forces to beat him later in life.
Crypt of the Living Dead (1973): The vampire fiancée of King Louis VII is freed but then burned to death by villagers.
Cyborg (1989): A vagabond helps a cyborg with the means to end the plague in it’s memory to the scientists that can use it.
Cypher (2002): A man brainwashes himself to gain access to a vault that keeps info about his woman and destroy it so she wont get killed.
D - Movie Explanations
Dark City (1998): An alien race with a collective conscience and special powers create different environments for humans to study our souls.
The Dark Knight (2008): Rich super hero takes down a psychotic clown that wants pure chaos and a disfigured district attorney.
Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981): Townsfolk erroneously murder a slow man and he returns from the grave to murder them one by one.
The Da Vinci Treasure (2006): An anthropologist must decode Leonardo Da Vinci’s work to find a treasure that can change everything.
Dawn of the Dead (1978): Random people hold up in a shopping mall in a zombie outbreak. Bikers raid the mall and 2 people fly off to nowhere
Dawn of the Dead (2004): Random people hold up in a mall, a few people escape later to a boat only to be killed on an island.
Day of the Dead (1985): People hold up in a missile silo during a zombie outbreak. Everyone dies but three people who fly to an island.
Day of the Dead: The Need to Feed (2008): Zombie outbreak in Colorado, military quarantine, lots of people die, two people drive off in a Jeep.
The Day of the Triffids (1962): Almost everyone is blinded by a bright glow of a meteor shower and alien plants attack humans.
Days of Thunder (1990): A hot shot NASCAR driver gets replaced after a wreck with a rival and they butt heads, but end up friends.
The Day the Earth Stopped (2008): Alien robots land and tell make us prove we are valuable or be destroyed.
Dead Alive (1992): A man violently kills zombies that are infesting his home by running at them full-bore with a push lawnmower.
Dead Heat (1988): A madman resurrects people into unstoppable zombies to commit crimes, and a cop killed in action returns to fight them.
Dead Meat (2004): The mad cow disease infects people by turning them into flesh eating zombies. Cows also stalk and eat people.
Dead Men Walking (2005): A standard outbreak of zombies happens, this time they’re in a maximum security prison.
Dead Silence (2007): A ventriloquist ghost hunts down the last remaining relative of the little boy that heckled her last stage performance.
Death Bed: The Bed That Eats (1977): A demonic bed eats people and some other people perform a ritual that results in a bed explosion.
Death Race 2 (2010): A prisoner with facial scars enters a race to the death. The winner gets out of prison, sounds like Running Man.
Death Racers (2008): Prisoners race across the country in a murderous and violent fashion.
Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill (2004): College kids fight some zombie soldiers led by a dead confederate soldier wanting revenge.
Deep Blue Sea (1999): Scientists in a research station in the ocean test on mako sharks and make them intelligent and they fight back.
Demolition Man (1993): A cop is brought out of suspended animation to pursue his nemesis who is loose in a nonviolent future society.
The Departed (2006): A dirty cop and an undercover cop are assigned to find each other. Then basically everyone dies.
Desperado (1995): A gunslinger with a guitar case full of weaponry takes down a drug runner.
Diamonds Are Forever (1971): Bond stops a diamond smuggling operation of a secret organization with a satellite laser weapon.
Diary of the Dead (2007): A mockumentary about a group’s experience from the start of a zombie apocalypse till their almost inevitable death.
Die Another Day (2002): James Bond and his invisible car stop a crazy man with a satellite that can project a powerful laser weapon.
Die Hard (1988): Terrorists hold people hostage in a building during a party in LA and a cop from New York saves the day.
Die Hard 2 (1990): A group of mercenaries invade an airport with hopes of releasing a drug lord, but a New York cop stops them.
Dirty Dancing (1987): A girl spending the summer in a holiday camp with her family falls in love with the camp’s dancing teacher.
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004): A group of misfits enter a professional dodge ball circuit so their crappy gym can stay open.
Dr. No (1962): Super spy James Bond stops a Chinese scientist living on a Jamaican island from ending the US Space program.
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964): A crazy general starts a nuclear war with Russia that triggers a doomsday device that will end all life on earth.
Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972): Dracula gets resurrected in 1972 and tries to avenge his death but then dies again.
Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971): Dracula wants to resurrect the Frankenstein monster to seek revenge on his rivals.
Drag me to Hell (2009): A gypsy woman curses the banker that denied her bank loan. Then the gypsy dies and the banker gets dragged to hell.
Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1986): A small boy with a tail named Goku stops a tyrannical ruler from hurting his people.
Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil’s Castle (1987): Goku and a human named Krillin save a damsel in distress so an old man will train them.
Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (1988): People fight in a crazy martial arts tournament and people collect 7 balls so they can make a wish to a dragon.
Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins (1991): Some people stop a man from collecting 7 dragon pearls and making a wish to rule the world.
Dragon Ball: The Path to Power (1996): Child Goku kills a guy with an energy blast and wishes for a Robot to be brought back to life.
Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone (1989): The now adult Goku locks an immortal being in oblivion to save his son with help from his friends.
Dragon Ball Z: The World’s Strongest (1990): Goku makes a spirit bomb and kills a mad scientist.
Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might (1990): Goku makes a spirit bomb and kills an alien that looks like him named Turles.
Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug (1991): Goku makes a spirit bomb and kills a green alien that planned to end all life on Earth.
Dragon Ball Z: Cooler’s Revenge (1991): A badguy comes to avenge his brother’s death but Goku blasts him into the sun like a boss.
Dragon Ball Z: Return of Cooler (1992): Goku and Vegeta use their power to short circuit the android army of a dead bad guy.
Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13 (1992): Goku makes a spirit bomb and destroys some androids.
Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Saiyan (1993): Goku kills a legendary alien killing machine by punching a hole in his stomach.
Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound (1993): Goku’s son Gohan rages out on an alien invader and kills him by punches a hole in his chest.
Dragon Ball Z: Plan to Eradicate the Saiyans (1993): The Z-fighters combine their energy to stop a ghost warrior powered by hate.
Dragon Ball Z: Broly – Second Coming (1994): Some Saiyan kids blow the legendary Broly into the sun with an engery ball.
Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly (1994): The same Saiyan kids blow away Broly again… this time he was a statue and he actually dies for good.
Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn (1995): Goku and Vegeta fuse together while dancing and kill an alien.
Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (1995): Goku does a crazy dragon puch technique to kill large monster named the Hildegarn.
Dragon Ball Z: Bardock – The Father of Goku (1990): Goku’s dad has visions of the destruction of his people which comes true and he dies.
Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks (1993): Trunks goes back in time to the past to give Goku heart medicine in hopes of changing his future.
Dragon Ball GT: The Path to Power (1996): Child Goku kills a guy with an energy blast and wishes for a Robot to be brought back to life.A Hero’s Legacy (1997): Goku’s great great grandson Goku jr has low self esteem but gains courage from a pep talk from Goku.
Dragonquest (2009): A kid has to do some tasks to awaken a dragon to kill a monster a warlord unleashed.
Due Date (2010): An aspiring actor cons another man into driving across the country to Hollywood and he is nothing but trouble.
Dumb & Dumber (1994): Two idiots travel across the USA to deliver a briefcase full of ransom money to a beautiful resident of Aspen Colorado.
E - Movie Explanations
Edge of Darkness (2010): A homicide detective investigates a government cover up that resulted in the murder of his daughter.
Edward Scissorhands (1990): An artificial man with scissors for hands is taken in by an AVON sales lady but is chased away by an angry mob.
Ed Wood (1994): The mostly true story of how Ed Wood met Bela Lugosi and followed his dream of directing, later voted worst director ever.
Eegah! (1962): A large caveman terrorizes Palm Springs, California.
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988): A gothic woman with large… personalities inherits a house then later starts a Vegas show. …wow.
Enter the Dragon (1973): A small Asian wrecking machine agrees to spy on a reclusive crime boss while fighting in his tournament.
Equilibrium (2002): A Utopian government suppress emotions with chemical shots to control people, But the people revolt to re-discover life.
Escape From Alcatraz (1979): A bank robber with superior intelligence breaks out of Alcatraz prison which was thought to be escape proof.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004): A couple has their memories erased after a breakup but fate brought them together again.
EuroTrip (2004): A guy travels to Europe with his friends to hook up with his pen pal that turns out is a hot chick. -Scotty Doesn’t Know!-
The Evil Dead (1981): Five friends get possessed and killed when they play a translation of the book of the dead in an abandoned cabin.
Evil Dead 2 (1987): A man unleashes demons by playing a tape and a lady puts them back but the man gets sucked into a portal to another time.
Evil Eyes (2004): A writer gets nightmares when writing a script about some murders and they start happening.
The Expendables (2010): A group of mercenaries hired by the CIA take town an army on a small island and intern frees the native people.
eXistenZ (1999): People play a new game and get confused if reality is real or a deeper part of the game. Then a couple kills the designer.
Exit Wounds (2001): A cop with a temper and an internet millionaire take down a slew of dirty cops with plans of transporting drugs in t-shirts.
Exorcism: The Possession of Gail Bowers (2006): Girl gets possessed by a demon and a priest struggles to vanquish it.
The Exorcist (1973): A super demon possesses a young girl after playing with a Ouija board and must be expelled by two priests.
Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977): The now grown up girl from the first film discovers the demon still lurks within her and wants free.
The Exorcist III (1990): The spirit of a killer possesses elderly people with senile dementia and makes them kill.
F – Movie Explanations
Fargo (1996): A man thats strapped for cash is arrested after he has his wife kidnapped for a ransom to be paid by her rich father.
Fast & Furious (2009): The cop and the street racer leader from the first film take down a heroin importer for the FBI.
The Fast and the Furious (2001): An undercover cop makes friends with criminal street racers and lets the ones that live go.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006): A high schooler that looks about 30 is sent to live with his dad in Japan and learns to drift.
Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982): A story of a group of California teenagers who enjoy malls, sex and rock n’ roll.
The Fat Spy (1966): A guy gains the trust of a group of teens by ‘dancing the turtle’ to spy on their plans of finding the fountain of youth.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998): A writer and his lawyer destroy two hotel rooms in a drug-induced frenzy of epic proportions.
Fido (2006): Zombies are slaves to wealthy families in a 1950′s Leave it to Beaver setting and some fall in love with humans.
Fievel Goes West (1991): A lying cat promises a better life for mice in the old west. Then a dog trains a fat cat to gunfight. Good guys win
The Fifth Element (1997): A cab driver stumbles upon the perfect being, and must assemble sacred stones to power a divine weapon to destroy an evil blob.
Fight Club (1999): Man with insomnia develops schizophrenia. With help from his alter ego they start a cult and take over the world.
The Final (2010): A group of kids get that are tired of getting picked on decide to disfigure their bullies at a party and kill themselves.
Final Fantasy VII Advent Children (2005): An Ex-Mercenary is forced out of isolation to stop his arch nemesis and cure a diseased planet.
Firebird 2015 AD (1981): The government outlaws gas burning cars except those it uses to enforce it’s law, and people rebel a lot.
Forrest Gump (1994): A slow man tells his life story to random people awaiting their buses.
For Your Eyes Only (1981): Bond is on a mission to retrieve an encryption computer that is in a sunken ship before others do.
Fourplay (2001): Four people (two couples) question their devotion to their partner.
Frailty (2001): A demon slayer/Sheriff tells his life story to a demon FBI agent that he then slays.
Frankenhooker (1990): A man loses his girlfriend in a horrible lawn and garden accident, and assembles a new body from pieces of prostitutes.
Frankenstein (1931): A man creates a zombie by stitching body parts together and the resulting monster is chased and destroyed. Fire Bad!
Frankenstein Conquers the World (1965): Dr. Frankenstein’s heart mutates and grows a body then fights a large lizard attacking the city.
Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965): Martians ransack pool parties to abduct pretty females for breeding purposes back home.
Freakshow (2007): Criminals embed themselves into a traveling circus to steal some cash but the workers find out.
Friday the 13th (1980): A woman loses her head and kills camp counselors that she believes neglected her drowned son …then loses her head.
Friday the 13th (2009): The series gets rebooted and is a mix of Friday the 13th pt 2 and 3 basically. An no Jason doesn’t die.
Friday the 13th pt 2 (1981): Jason’s first appearance as the bed sheet masked killer. One girl survives and wakes up in an ambulance.
Friday the 13th pt 3 in terrible 3D!!! (1982): Jason gets his hockey mask and kills more campers. One girl lives & ends up a little crazy.
Friday the 13th pt 4 The Final Chapter (1984): Jason’s killing spree is cut short…. by a young Corey Feldman with a machete.
Friday the 13th pt 5 A New Beginning (1985): A FAKE Jason kills to avenge the death of his son & the now older boy from pt 4 goes nuts too.
Friday the 13th pt 6 Jason Lives (1986): The older boy from pt 4 accidentally brings Jason back to life but chains him to bottom of the lake.
Friday the 13th pt 7 The New Blood (1988): A girl with mind powers accidentally releases Jason, & later summons her dead dad to put him back
Friday the 13th pt 8 Jason Takes Manhattan (1989): The yet again released Jason takes a killer cruise to Manhattan only to be flushed away.
Freddy Got Fingered (2001): A guy moves in with his parents which later ask him to leave. Upon leaving he spreads rumors about his brother.
Freddy VS Jason aka A Nightmare on Friday the13th (2003): Freddy Krueger and Jason fight, Jason wins but Freddy gets the style points.
Fried Green Tomatoes (1991): A woman in an old folks home tells the story of her life in the 3rd person to a visitor. Towanda!
The Frighteners (1996): Ex-Architect turned spirit medium finds a bad ghost is killing people so he stops it and ends up an architect again.
Frightmare (1974): A man tries to cover for his murderous cannibalistic wife after they are released from a psychiatric facility.
From Beyond (1986): A device is created to stimulate the pineal gland but it opens up another dimension with vicious craziness inside.
From Justin to Kelly (2003): A sexually repressed guy and a depressed girl meet and fall in love. *yawn*
From Paris With Love (2010): A man gets promoted into the CIA’s Black Ops division after helping their top operative complete a big mission.
From Russia with Love (1963): James Bond puts his life on the line to get a decoding device from the beautiful assassin out to kill him.
Frosty Returns (1992): A man invents a spray that terminates snow and a girl must convince a town that snow is good. Why does everyone hate on Frosty?
Frosty the Snowman (1969): A washed up magician tries to steal back a discarded silk hat it brings a singing snowman to life.
Full Metal Jacket (1987): The story of a man’s trip through Marine boot camp, and how he later becomes a war correspondent spewing propaganda.
G - Movie Explanations
Galaxy of Terror (1981): An intergalactic toy to control fear causes nightmares to become real. There can be only ONE!
Gamer (2009): Convicts are turned into rigged live action video game characters and played by children. But is stopped by the resistance.
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987): Seven kids are created from green crap coming out of a garbage can and they disobey their master’s rules.
Georgia Rule (2007): A girl, her alcoholic mother, and grandmother bond after they tell their secrets.
Gerry (2002): Two idiots named Gerry go on a hike with no food, water or equipment and go crazy. One dies.
Ghosthouse AKA Evil Dead 3 (Italy) (1988): Visions of a deceased girl and her doll bring doom to the visitors of a deserted house.
Gigli (2003): A hit man and a lesbian assassin fall in love after he kidnaps the retarded brother of a district attorney.
The Gingerdead Man (2005): A gingerbread man with the soul of a convicted serial killer goes on a killing spree as a literal cookie monster.
Glen or Glenda (1953): A story about a transvestite afraid to tell his finance about his lifestyle choice and another about a sex change.
Goldeneye (1995): James Bond has to stop a tech genius and a former “00″ agent from using a satellite to destroy England’s finances.
Goldfinger (1964): Bond takes down the man that plans to irradiate Ft. Knox’s gold supply making it worthless and making his more valuable.
Gone in 60 Seconds (2000): A retired car thief assembles his old crew again to steal 50 cars in one night to save his brother’s life.
Goodfellas (1990): A mobster testifies in open court against a bunch of mobsters and ends up in protective custody.
Grand Torino (2008): A racist old man befriends his young Asian neighbor that attempted to steal his car and keeps him out of trouble.
The Great Alligator (1979): Tourists are trapped on a boat with a hungry crocodile (NOT alligator) in the water and crazy people on land.
Great White (1981): Two men hunt a man-eating shark that preys upon the swimming area of the local beach.
The Green Mile (1999): Prison guards on death row execute an innocent man accused of child murder & rape, who has the power of faith healing.
Greetings (1968): 3 Friends avoid the Vietnam Draft. (first film to receive an ‘X’ Rating)
Groundhog Day (1993): A man is doomed to relive the same day over and over again, until he falls in love with a lovely lady.
The Grudge (2004): An unstoppable killer ghost and her son that makes cat noises kill all who enter their house.
Gymkata (1985): A gymnastics champion that can do Karate at the same time is sent by the government to a small country to kick ass.
H - Movie Explanations
Halloween (Franchise): A bunch of stories about a man in a Shatner mask hunting and killing his family, and another about killer masks.
Halloween (1978): A psycho that has been institutionalized since childhood escapes and cuts his way through the streets seeking his sister.
Halloween (2007): An insane kid kills most of his family and gets locked up. He escapes and goes after his long lost sister.
Halloween 2 (1981): The killer psycho from the first movie hunts his sister though the hospital she was rushed to after the first film.
Halloween 2: H2 (2009): Myers searches for his sister, once found she stabs him repeatedly killing him which drives her completely insane.
Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982): A mask-making company has plans to kill millions of children with something evil hidden in the Halloween masks.
Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (1988): Michael Myers awakens and returns to Haddonfield to kill his 7 year old niece on Halloween.
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (1989): Michael Myers returns a year later to try to take the life of his niece again thats in a children’s hospital.
Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers (1995): Michael returns to kill his niece and his love child he had with her.
Halloween 7 H20: 20 Years Later (1998): Michael Myers happens across his sister he thought was dead, then tries to kill her again.
Halloween 8: Resurrection (2002): Michael finally kills his sister and then kills some people filming something in his abandoned home.
Halloween Night (1988): A kind old grandfather turns out to be the leader of a satanic cult that sacrifices it’s victims on Halloween Night.
Halloween Night ((The Asylum)) (2006): A wrongly convicted man is sent to the nut house for murder, he later escapes and actually does kill people.
Hamburger: The Motion Picture (1986): A kid is kicked out of most every school for being a jackass and tries to graduate at one last school.
The Hangover (2009): A group of friends retrace a crazy night in Vegas they don’t remember to find their friend and get him to his wedding.
Hannibal (2001): After his escape from the asylum Dr Lecter comes out of hiding to help agent Starling and also kill the man seeking him.
Hannibal Rising (2007): The twisted life story that made Hannibal Lecter the blood thirsty serial killer that he is. Truly a perfect storm.
Hatchet (2006): A tour boat sinks and the passengers are hunted and killed by a freak killer named Victor Crowley.
Hatchet 2 (2010): A survivor from the first movie comes back with people with guns to kill the killer. People die.
Haunting of Winchester House (2009): Caretakers of a haunted mansion are terrorized by its ghosts and they turn to a Paranormal Investigator
Heat (1995): Criminals steal stuff in the form of heists and the law doesn’t care much for their line of work and chases them.
Hell of the Living Dead (1980): A group of people make a random journey to the origins of a zombie epidemic, once there they get eaten.
Hellraiser (Entire Film Series): Demons called cenobites take people to hell because they open a puzzle box designed by a French toy maker.
Hellraiser (1987): A zombie uses his former lover to kill men so he can feed on their blood to become whole, but gets taken back to hell.
Hellraiser 2: Hellbound (1988) A quiet girl solves a puzzle, hell was briefly under new management, and bad guys died as humans and end up on a spinning beam.
Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth (1992): A man and his demonic alter ego join again, but are quickly sent to hell when stabbed with a puzzle box.
Hellraiser 4: Bloodline (1996): A man rambles on about his ancestors making a box, then blows up the bad guy in a ship that turns into a box.
Hellraiser 5: Inferno (2000): A detective pursues a bad guy that turns out to be himself through his own custom version of perpetual hell.
Hellraiser 6: Hellseeker (2002): A man goes through some strange stuff that turns out to be his personal hell for trying to off his wife for her inheritance.
Hellraiser 7: Deader (2005): An ancestor of a toy maker that can bring people back to life gets taken to hell, and a journalist stabs herself.
Hellraiser 8: Hellworld (2005): A deranged father kills most of his sons friends after he kills himself over an online game called Hellworld.
Hillbillys in a Haunted House (1967): Country singers are forced into staying at a haunted house thats also a secret spy hideout.
Hillside Cannibals (2006): Teens are attacked by cannibalistic inbred freaks during an outing in the hills.
Hip Hop Locos (2001): A couple of hip hop performers kill drug dealers to fund their music.
The Hitchhiker (2007): A woman hating killer hitchhiker terrorizes 4 chicks driving cross country to Las Vegas.
Hobgoblins (1988): A new security guard has to track down and kill small aliens that kill people as they fulfill their fantasies.
Hobgoblins 2 (2009): The hobgoblins didn’t all die in the explosion from the previous film and they attack people again.
Home Alone (1990): A busy family leaves their child home alone. The clever kid outsmarts 2 dumb burglars and puts them through hell.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992): The same 2 idiot burglars are out and chasing the same overlooked kid again, but this time they are in New York.
Hot Tub Time Machine (2010): A hot tub sends people back to the 80′s. Using knowledge of the future one man stays and becomes super rich.
House (1986): A man inherits his crazy aunt’s haunted house, and has to literally face his nightmares to save his son.
House 2: The Second Story (1987): A man inherits a house, then protects a crystal skull with magic powers from a zombie cowboy, then goes back in time.
House 3: The Horror Show (1989): A detective is haunted by the ghost of a crazy man he caught, then reanimates the ghost with electricity and kills him again.
House 4 (1992): A widow refuses to sell a haunted house because of a promise her late husband’s grandfather made to an Indian tribe.
House of the Dead (2003): College kids go to a rave party on an island and get eaten alive by zombies.
Horror Star (1983): Some teens steal the corpse of their favorite horror star from his grave but due to some black magic he isn’t quite dead.
Hot Fuzz (2007): A cop is sent to a rural town because he makes everyone else look bad but the town has an inconspicuous crime ring.
Howard the Duck (1986): An alien humanoid duck somehow lands in Ohio, falls in love with a girl and destroys the machine that sent him there.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000): An outcast hermit is humiliated and burgles the town’s Christmas gifts for revenge.
The Hunted (2003): An assassin for the Special Forces snaps and kills civilians. He can only be stopped by the main that trained him.
I - Movie Explanations
Ice Cream Man (1995): A crazy ice cream man murders children and mixes the bodies in the ice cream.
Ikiru (1952): A terminally ill man finds meaning in his life by making a playground. His actions motivates others after his death.
The Illusionist (2006): A magician sets up a prince for murder so he can be with the woman he loves.
Inception (2010): A man enters another man’s dreams to plant an idea so he can fulfill a promise and legally return home to his children.
Inchon (1981): A noisy and absurd story of the 1950 invasion of Inchon during the Korean War.
The Incredible Melting Man (1977): An Astronaut exposed to radiation in space starts inexplicably melting away and hungers for flesh.
The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies!!? (1964): A fortune teller puts people in a trance and bids them to kill.
Independence Day (1996): The entire earth unites to fight aliens that are destroying and invading the planet.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008): Indy finds out aliens have crystals for skulls and his son is a greaser.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989): Indy finds his dad and the Holy Grail while simultaneously defeating the Nazi’s in only 127 mins.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984): Indy gets glowing rocks, saves some kids, and stops a cult in the process. KALI MA!
Intermedio (2005): Ghosts under a warlock’s spell attack a group of people in subterranean tunnels that lead from Mexico to California.
Interview with a Vampire (1994): Vampire seeks his origins but nobody knows, they are all depressed and they whine a lot.
Invasion of the Pod People (2007): Aliens fall to Earth and disguise themselves as humans and attempt to take over the world.
Iron Man (2008): A super rich super-genius almost dies and invents a power cell then a crazy weapon/body suit and fights crime.
Ishtar (1987): Two singers travel to Ishtar to break into show business but end up as pawns in a CIA backed government power play.
J - Movie Explanations
Jane White Is Sick & Twisted (2002): A girl obsessed with TV thinks she is the daughter of a famous TV host and craves stardom.
Jason Goes to Hell: The final friday (1993): Jason’s heart possesses people. A magic dagger breaks his heart & he gets dragged to hell.
Jason X (2001): Jason gets frozen in a cryo chamber and is found in 2455. He becomes a cyborg and falls through space and ends up on Earth 2
Jaws (1975): Three men in a small boat set out to kill a large shark with an insatiable appetite, later the shark explodes.
Jaws 2 (1978): A great white shark goes after some kids on sailboats, pulls down a helicopter, and later gets electrocuted.
Jaws 3-D (1983): A great white shark attacks Seaworld in Florida and eats a man holding a live grenade then explodes.
Jaws 4: The Revenge (1987): The now widowed wife from the first film travels to the Bahamas for vacation and impales a vengeful shark.
J.D.’s Revenge (1976): A gangster’s ghost possesses a young man to seek revenge on the man responsible for his murder three decades prior.
Jeepers Creepers (2001): An ancient demon that must consume people to regenerate itself stalks two siblings that happened across it’s path.
Jeepers Creepers 2 (2003): A school bus full of basketball players meet the creeper on the last day of his 23 day feeding frenzy.
Jerry Maguire (1996): A sports agent is fired over his doubts and retains one client and makes a comeback. …You had me at hello.
Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter’s Cove (2005): A group of people free a demonic pirate from a treasure chest.
Journey to the Center of the Earth ((The Asylum)) (2008): Rich chick hires a guy to find her lost husband that was looking for a secret hole.
Jurassic Park (1993): Man brings back dinosaurs for an amusement park, but they eat people. The park may not open…
Jumper (2008): A man that can teleport is chased by people that don’t like people that teleport. It ends with him running away.
K - Movie Explanations
Kickboxer (1989): Man masters kickboxing in a week and beats the man who paralyzed his brother. Nuck su cow
Kickboxer 2 – The Road Back (1991): A guy learns kickboxing in like 2 days and fights the man that killed his two brothers. And wins of course.
Kickboxer 3: The Art of War (1992): A guy and his manager travel to Rio de Janeiro for an exhibition fight and end up stopping a sex trafficking ring.
Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor (1994): The guy from the last two movies goes to mexico to save his kidnapped wife from the guy who set him up.
Kickboxer 5: Redemption (1995): Some new guy travels to South Africa to avenge the death of his friend that was murdered when he didn’t join an organization.
Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003): A woman’s life is ruined and she seeks revenge on the people responsible.
Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988): Alien clowns land on earth and turn people into cotton candy and die if you shoot them in the red nose.
Killer Shrews (1959): Giant rat-like creatures called shrews attack/eat the inhabitants of a remote island during a hurricane.
Killers from Space (1954): A scientist gets abducted after his plane crashes, by Martians with plans of conquering the planet.
Kindergarten Cop (1990): An undercover cop poses as a teacher to catch his man and he does. He also falls in love and learns to love kids.
King of the Ants ((The Asylum)) (2003): A vagabond is hired by the mob to kill an accountant but they try to kill him instead of paying him.
King of the Lost World (2005): People are stranded in a crazy place where everything is huge and wants to kill you.
Kirei? (2004): A materialistic and beauty obsessed plastic surgeon works on an ugly and insatiable girl after hours for a big payday.
Knockaround Guys (2001): A group of wanna-be mobsters botch a job and lose $250K in a small rural town. Then most of the cast dies.
L – Movie Explanations
Lake Mungo (2008): A family is haunted by their dead teenage daughter that as it turns out had visions of her future demise.
Land of the Dead (2005): Zombies get smart and organize to invade a safe zone where humanity lives. Some humans survive and go to Canada.
The Land That Time Forgot (2009): Some people enter a portal in time while boating in the Bermuda Triangle and almost get eaten by dinosaurs.
The Last Airbender (2010): A kid that can control all of the elements tries to prevent a war between 4 feuding kingdoms with lesser ability.
The Last Exorcism (2010): A preacher losing his faith unsuccessfully tries to exorcise a demon-impregnated girl in a town full of crazies.
The Last Man On Earth (1964): A scientist survives a pandemic that turns people into zombie-like vampires and struggles to find a cure.
Law Abiding Citizen (2009): A man that kills people in undetectable ways for the government tries to bring down the system from prison.
The Lawnmower Man (1992): A slow man is made smart through virtual reality but goes crazy and and gets hostile, then explodes.
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole (2010): An owl finds his hero, destroys his evil brother AND the leader of the bad owls after being owl-napped.
Legion of the Dead (2005): A dead chick wakes up for whatever reason 4,000 years after he death and tries to assemble a mummy army.
Leonard Part 6 (1987): A retired spy trying to reconcile with his ex wife comes back on duty to stop a guy from brainwashing small animals to kill.
License to Kill (1989): Bond quits and tracks down the drug lord responsible for killing his CIA friend.
Lionheart (1990): A man deserts the foreign legion to fight in an underground fighting circuit to support his dead brother’s wife.
Lion King (1994): An orphan lion cub raised by two outcasts eat bugs and sing about their apathy. Said lion then kills his uncle and becomes king.
Little Nicky (2000): The son of the Devil and an Angel must go to earth to stop his two brothers from becoming the new Devil.
Live and Let Die (1973): 007 is sent to stop a powerful voodoo man that makes heroin.
The Living Daylights (1987): Bond travels all over the world to stop a weapons a drugs smuggler.
The Lost Boys (1987): Teen becomes a half-vampire but is set free with help of local hunters when they kill the head vampire. Yay
Lucky Number Slevin (2006): A man and his foster dad take down two rival crime bosses because they killed his family as a boy.
M - Movie Explanations
Mac and Me (1988): A Mysterious Alien Creature trying to escape from NASA is befriended by a young boy in a wheel chair.
Mallrats (1995): Two recently dumped comic book obsessed guys hang out in a mall and try to get back with their ladies.
The Man with the Golden Gun (1974): Bond is out to find a missing solar expert and tracks a deadly assassin in order to find them.
The Mangler (1995): A demon possessed laundry folding apparatus eats people. Maybe it was trying to fold the clothes they were wearing?
Manhunter (1986): Seasoned FBI agent uses a dangerous serial killer that almost killed him to catch another.
Maniac Cop 3: Badge of Silence (1993): A zombie cop returns from the dead -Again- to defend the honor of dead police woman.
Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966): A family stops at the wrong house and ends up as a servant or as wives of the master known as “Manos’.
Martyrs (2008): Women are beaten in hopes of entering a state of transcendence so they can tell their kidnappers what the afterlife is like.
The Matrix (1999): Machines enslave humanity to harvest their energy as a power source. The hero learns kung-fu and beats up the machines.
Mega Piranha (2010): Science makes unstoppable piranhas that grow by the minute, but science is science so they kill them.
Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (2011): As it turns out, gators and pythons are not a fan of each other and being ridiculously huge doesn’t help.
Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus (2010): Big shark and giant crocodile fight, the name says it all. They die after a underwater volcano erupts.
Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus (2009): Big shark… big octopus… fighting. It was a tie if you care.
MegaFault (2009): The Earth is literally cracking apart, and humanity shines the bat signal of science. Science can fix anything.
Memento (2000): A man with no short term memory hunts his wifes killer to give his life purpose, all of this shown in reverse.
The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009): A writer tells the story of meeting a former military psychic on a secret mission, then runs through a wall.
Merlin and the War of the Dragons (2008): A young merlin stops a dragon army commanded by a warlord with is magic.
Mesa Of Lost Women (1953): A Dr. tries to make superwomen but fails miserably, then makes large killer spiders with human intelligence
Midnight Movie (2008): A midnight showing of a 1970′s horror flick gets a little crazy when the killer comes out of the movie and kills them.
Milf (2010): Nerdy college kids suck with women their own age and turn to the exciting life of banging cougars instead.
Misery (1990): A crazy woman tortures her favorite author because he killed her favorite character.
Mission Impossible (1996): A spy under a false suspicion of disloyalty must track down and expose a bad spy (his old boss) to clear his name.
Mission Impossible 2 (2000): A top spy is sent to Australia to find and destroy a genetically modified disease called “Chimera”.
Mission to Mars (2000): People travel to Mars and find out that it once had life and aliens made us and one man leaves with the aliens.
Moby Dick ((The Asylum)) (2010): A super duper ridiculously huge whale fights a submarine. The whale wins, The End.
Monster (2008): Footage found from the rubble after an earthquake in Tokyo in 2005 reveals it wasn’t an earthquake. It was a monster!
Monster a-Go Go (1965): An American astronaut is irradiated and turns into a monster for a while then returns to normal.
Monsturd (2008): A man turns into a crap monster with aid of a chemical as he is being pursued by the FBI.
Monty Python & the Search for the Holy Grail (1975): King Arthur searches for the grail in medieval England only to be arrested by modern police.
Moonraker (1979): Super Spy James Bond stops a man that wants to exterminate all humans to re-populate the earth with hand picked couples.
Mother’s Day (1980): A few crazy guys murder and rape to appease their insane mother. Ah, the joys of family.
Mulholland Dr. (2001): A woman dreams she’s someone else and commits suicide after she puts out a hit on the lesbian lover that left her.
My Boyfriend’s Back (1993): A man comes back from the dead as a zombie to win the heart of the girl of his dreams.
My Name is Bruce (2007): A kid convinces a town to get actor Bruce Campbell to save them from Guan-Di the patron saint of bean Curds.
Myra Breckinridge (1970): A post-op transsexual teaches a class on film history while he/she gets his/her inheritance.
N - Movie Explanations
Nacho Libre (2006): A pathetic monk becomes a Luchador wrestler to help the kids at his monastery and impress a girl.
Napoleon Dynamite (2004): A lame teen kind of hits on a girl, sort of stands up to his has-been uncle and dances a bit. Vote for Pedro.
Navy SEALS (1990): An elite team of Navy SEALS locate and take out stinger missiles held by a terrorist they had to abandon in a previous mission.
The NeverEnding Story (1984): A child warrior is set on a quest to ultimately find a human boy to save the world of imagination with his wishes.
The NeverEnding Story 2 – The Next Chapter (1990): A kid finds the courage to jump off of something high into water from making wishes inside an interactive book.
The NeverEnding Story 3 – Escape from Fantasia (1994): A kid confronts his bullies and keeps his family together with help from make believe book characters.
Never Say Never Again (1983): Bond is reactivated out of retirement to stop his nemesis from blowing up major cities with nukes.
New Year’s Evil (1980): The husband of a punk rocker that is hosting a countdown party on TV kills people during each time zone’s New Year.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993): The leader of Halloween Kidnaps Santa and distributes grisly gifts instead of holiday cheer.
Night of the Comet (1984): A comet hits earth, the only survivors are two Valley girls, a few stragglers… and the walking dead.
Night of the Creeps (1986): Teens fight zombies caused by brain eating parasites that accidentally fell to earth from an alien spacecraft.
Night of the Demons (1988): Teens party in a haunted funeral parlor and get possessed by demons but two teens survive.
Night of the Demons (2009): People get possessed by demons at a party in a demonic house because of a skeleton bite.
Night of the Demons 2 (1994): Some kids go to the wrong house and let lose a demon. Then a kid kicks some boards and it explodes.
Night of the Demons 3: Demon House (1997): Some kids get in a shoot out at a gas station and flee to a demon possessed house where terror resides.
Night of the Lepus (1972): Giant rabbits ransack a town and kill people then the townsfolk puts them down.
Night of the Living Dead (1968): People gather in a house to escape zombies. One man lives but is mistaken for a zombie and gets shot.
Night of the Living Dead (1990): House full of random people fight off a zombie epidemic. Then rednecks take over and humanity wins.
Ninjas vs. Zombies (2008): A wizard resurrects his brother that in turn steals souls turning people into zombies that only ninjas can kill.
Ninja Scroll (1993): A traveling ninja kills an elite team of bad ninjas and has to re-kill a man he beheaded but is now immortal.
No Retreat, No Surrender (1986): A kid gets trained by Bruce Lee’s ghost and beats up a Russian bully.
No Retreat, No Surrender 2: Raging Thunder (1987): An American fighting expert goes to Cambodia to rescue his girlfriend from Russian and Vietnamese soldiers.
No Retreat, No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers (1990): Two brothers with opposing views work together to avenge their father after he was assassinated by the Mafia.
North (1994): A kid goes on a court sanctioned trip to find new parents that care about him.
The Notebook (2006): Old man reads stories of their life together to his wife suffering from Alzheimer’s. Then they die together.
Nudist Colony of the Dead (1991): Nudists are ordered off their land but commit suicide and come back as zombies when religious people enter.
The Number 23 (2007): A man’s repressed thoughts surface after reading a book he wrote confessing a murder he preformed.
O - Movie Explanations
Ocean’s Eleven (2001): A man and his ten accomplices rob three Las Vegas casinos simultaneously for a $150 million dollar payday.
Ocean’s Thirteen (2007): After a bad casino owner ruins one of the original 11 the rest come to get revenge by rigging every game to pay out.
Ocean’s Twelve (2004): Twelve thieves steal the Coronation Egg twice to win a bet with another thief with a big ego.
Octopussy (1983): James stops an international jewel smuggling operation that turns into a front for a nuclear attack on NATO forces.
Office Space (1999): Three people that hate their job plant a virus that takes untraceable amounts of money, but it didn’t work out that way
The Old Dark House (1932): Several travelers stop at a house full of crazy people during a bad rain storm, then they leave.
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969): Bond tries to quit, spies on a company, and marries a suicidal chick.
One Hour Photo (2002): A crazy photo developer goes to jail for confronting a man that was cheating on his wife.
One Point O (2004): A shady company selling food and beverages sends packages containing nano machines that force you to buy their wares.
The Other Guys (2010): Two cops that work behind the scenes strive to be the edgy and famous Rock Star cops they idolize.
Over the Top (1987): Truck driver arm-wrestles in Vegas for custody of his son and a brand new truck.
P - Movie Explanations
Paranormal Entity (2009): A mocumentary about the death of a girl that was killed by a demon.
It’s Pat (1994): A person of undeterminable sex falls in love with another person of undeterminable sex and people try to figure it out.
The Patriot (2000): A commoner leads a militia to fight the English in the American Revolution because a deranged officer killed his son.
Pay It Forward (2000): A boy does good deeds for people that they in turn do for others like AMWAY but not annoying. Then he gets stabbed.
The People Under the Stairs (1991): A kid in search of gold coins gets caught in a house with insane owners and prisoners under the stairs.
Pet Sematary (1989): A couple buries their dead son in an evil grave yard. But he comes back to life as a demon child of sorts.
The Phantom of the Opera (1943): A violinist falls in love, loses his job, gets disfigured, and haunts an opera house as a masked villain.
Pi (1998): A genius mathematician drills his skull to make the numbers in his head stop.
Pirates of Treasure Island (2006): Pirates lie cheat and steal (imagine that) to get their grubby mits on a treasure map.
Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959): Aliens resurrect the dead with the intent of using them to take over Earth.
Planet Terror (2007): A bio chemical is released causing a zombie epidemic and its up to a bunch of hardcore misfits to stop it.
Point Break (1991): An undercover FBI agent infiltrates a group of surfers that rob banks. He doesn’t catch any of them and basically quits.
Poltergeist (1982): Ghosts kidnap a little girl in a house but they recover her then the house implodes.
Poltergeist 2 (1986): An evil ghost takes the same little girl but gets stabbed with an magic lance but her grandma’s ghost returns her.
Poltergeist 3 (1988): The evil ghost from #2 tracks the same little girl to a tall building but he doesn’t get her… AGAIN.
Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead (2006): A fried chicken restaurant that is built over an Indian burial ground spawns zombie chickens.
Predator (1987): A group of elite soldiers are taken out by a large alien with a cloaking device. One man wins and the alien blows itself up.
Predator 2 (1990): A large alien with a cloaking device lands in Los Angeles to hunt for trophy skulls.
Predators (2010): Elite human warriors of all kinds are collected and then hunted by reptilian hunters on an alien game preserve planet.
The Prestige ( 2006): Two (technically 3) rival magicians battle to out do each others trick and ultimately leads to murder.
Primer (2004): Two engineers create a time traveling device that they use to deceive each other for their own benefit.
Princess and the Pony (2011): A princess is sent to america to protect her Identity and she befriends a carnival pony.
Princess of Mars (2009): A solider is teleported to another planet, where he fights aliens and comes back to Earth.
The Prophecy (1995): A high ranking angel comes down to earth to collect a soul that will win a war in heaven (go figure).
The Prophecy 2 (1998): The angel Gabriel tries to kill us and the angel Daniel stops him. Why all the fighting!?
Psycho (1960): A schizophrenic cross-dressing man kills people staying at his motel. Technically his “mother” does but it’s really him.
Psycho 2 (1983): Norman is released and finds that his mother was actually his aunt. His real mother finds him and he kills her.
Psycho 3 (1986): Norman kills more people proving that he is indeed crazy, and is re-institutionalized “forever”.
Psycho 4 – The Beginning (1990): Normal is released in another town and reveals his story before the first film on the radio, then burns the old house down.
Puddle Cruiser (1996): A guy proves he is macho by not backing out of a rugby game with her giant ex-boyfriend.
Pulp Fiction (1994): An intersecting story about a boxer saving his boss from sodomy, hit-men dieing or reforming, and a botched restaurant robbery.
Q - Movie Explanations
Quantum of Solace (2008): James Bond is out to stop an underground organization that controls the water supply for power in small countries
R - Movie Explanations
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981): An adventurer archeologist is hired by the US to find the Ark of the Covenant before the Nazi’s.
Rain Man (1988): A man finds out he has an autistic savant brother and steals him to hold him for ransom but he grows to love him instead.
Rambo – First Blood (1982): An elite veteran is badly mistreated by the law, and he kicks the crap out of the entire police force by himself.
Rambo – First Blood Part 2 (1985): Rambo is sent to check out a POW. camp but is left for dead. He takes on the entire camp by himself and frees the POW’s.
Rambo 3 (1988): Rambo successfully performs a black ops mission to free his friend and almost kills an entire army int he process.
Rambo 4 (2008): Rambo leads a team of mercs into Burma to rescue some people, and truck loads of bad guys die. Then he goes home.
Re-Animator (1985): A guy and his girlfriend are caught in bizarre experiments when a new guy shows up at their medical school.
The Recruit (2003): A dirty CIA director gets tricked into confessing his treachery to his superiors by his trainee.
RED (2010): A government official seeking a higher office puts retired agents on a kill list to cover up his dirty secret.
Red Dragon (2002): Seasoned FBI agent uses a dangerous serial killer that almost killed him to catch another. Sound Familiar?
Reefer Madness (1936): A propaganda film about people getting high and entering a rage induced frenzy that escalates to murder.
Reservoir Dogs (1992): The surviving criminals of a botched jewelry heist kill each other trying to figure out if there is a cop in the crew.
Resident Evil (2002): A squad of top military team must infiltrate an underground lab to find out why the security system killed people.
Resident Evil Apocalypse (2004): A butt kicking female must find a way out of the city she woke up in before its erased by a nuclear weapon.
Resident Evil Extinction (2007): People travel around the Las Vegas desert in hopes of making their way to Alaska to escape the zombies.
Resident Evil Afterlife (2010): People want to go to a safe zone and a crazy chick with kung-fu action wants to take town some buttheads.
The Return of Swamp Thing (1989): Plant monster man comes back to stop the bad guy from the first movie and the freaks he has made.
The Return of the Exorcist (1975): A guy is possessed by a naked chick which has to be exorcised by a priest.
The Return of the Living Dead (1985): Two men open a military canister that turns people into zombies & the government bombs the town.
Return of the Living Dead 2 (1988): 3 kids open a canister that turns people into zombies. Electricity kills zombies. Humanity wins.
Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993): An under-funded military branch wants to use zombies as weapons but fail miserably.
Return of the Living Dead 4: Necropolis (2005): A group of teens break into a facility to get their friend, but doing so releases zombies.
Return of the Living Dead 5: Rave to the Grave (2005): New pills made from the zombie virus turn people into zombies at a rave party.
Robin Hood (2010): An ex-soldier with archery skills leads an uprising against a butthead king.
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991): An escaped prisoner/archery genius travels home and leads a rebellion against the corrupt government.
Robocop (1987): A murdered cop is brought back as a cyborg to fight crime, and takes out the proverbial trash at the company that made him.
Robocop 2 (1990): The company that made Robocop makes another big robot that goes crazy, but Robocop smashes it’s brain on the pavement.
Robocop 3 (1993): The famous cyborg (now with a jet pack) fights against an evil corporation that wants to evict people from their homes.
Robot Monster (1953): A little boy’s dream about an alien gorilla in a diving mask hunting the last 8 people on Earth it hasn’t yet killed.
The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy (1958): A mad scientist creates a fighting robot to steal treasure from an old living mummy.
Robo Vampire (1988): A narcotics agent turned android is sent in to rescue a chick from a drug lord that has a vampire married to a ghost.
Rocky (1976): An unknown underdog boxer gets the chance of a lifetime to fight the champ. Rocky goes 15 rounds but loses to split decision.
Rocky 2 (1979): Rocky gets a rematch with Apollo the champ and wins because he worked hard and didn’t give up.
Rocky 3 (1982): Rocky doesn’t work hard and loses the title, his trainer dies, and then trains with Apollo (now a friend) and wins it back.
Rocky 4 (1985): Rocky travels to Russia to fight the man that killed his friend Apollo during a fight and wins against all odds.
Rocky 5 (1990): Rocky retires and is poor again. He coaches a fighter that turns on him and Rocky kicks his ass in the street.
Rocky 6 – Rocky Balboa (2006): A hypothetical question turns into a challenge that brings Rocky out of retirement to fight the champ. Rocky loses.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975): Two people try to use the phone at a house full of alien weirdos that sing and dance.
The Room (2003): A man finds out that everyone around him is a liar.
Rubber (2010): A killer tire with psychic powers named Robert rolls around, kills things and falls in love with a girl.
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (1964): A disfigured reindeer is outcast from his social circle but redeems itself by leading a fat man’s sled.
The Running Man (1987): Grisly future game show lets convicted criminals free if they win, but it’s rigged. One man wins and shuts it down
S - Movie Explanations
The Sandlot (1993): Local children brought together by their love of baseball meet an old famous ball player and save a VERY large dog.
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964): Mars kidnaps Santa so Martian kids can be happy. Santa is freed after an impersonator is established.
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (1970): The back story to a jolly fat man that distributes items to children that participate in good behavior.
Saturday the 14th (1981): A boy opens a book that releases monsters into his house, then an exterminator destroys the book to put them back.
Saw (2004): Two men wake up in a room. The only way to escape is a violent trial by fire to fix something they did wrong in their life.
Saw 2 (2005): 8 people are trapped in a place breathing nerve gas. They have 2 hours to violently confront their demons and get the antidote.
Saw 3 (2006): Jigsaw, now dieing tests his apprentice and she fails. One man fails the final part of his test and has to play again.
Saw 4 (2007): One man must only save himself to pass his game, but he tries to save others which all die, then he gets sealed in a room.
Saw 5 (2008): Jigsaw’s apprentice Hoffman tests the agent pursuing him. Agent Strahm fails his test and gets crushed in a room.
Saw 6 (2009): Hoffman finally gets his test and although badly hurt, passes and makes himself a true successor to Jigsaw.
Scarface (1983): A Cuban immigrant takes on a life of crime to achieve wealth, but gets in over his head and gets shot to death.
Schindler’s List (1993): A wealthy German business man converts his factory into a safe haven for Jews from the Nazi’s during WW2.
Scream (1996): Two masked teens go after a girl because her mom had an affair with one killer’s dad resulting in painful divorce.
Scream 2 (1997): The mother of one of the killers from the first film executes a plan to kill the main character but dies and fails.
Scream 3 (2000): The same girl from the first two films is stalked by a killer that turns out to be her half brother.
Se7en (1995): A killer murders people by the theme of the 7 deadly sins and cleverly uses the pursuing detectives to finish the final one.
Secret Window (2004): A writer is accused for plagiarism by a weird man, who then starts haunting him for “justice”.
The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988): A man is sent to Haiti to find what the natives are using to fake death and bring it back to be studied.
Sex Pot (2009): Two potheads find a stash of weed that makes women very horny.
Shaun of the Dead (2004): A couple regular guys fight to survive after their neighborhood is plagued with the walking dead.
The Shawshank Redemption (1994): A falsely imprisoned man tunnels out of prison with a bunch of the warden’s dirty money. Ends up in mexico.
Sherlock Holmes ((The Asylum)) (2010): Two super detectives track down a man that can control monsters long since extinct.
The Shining (1980): A writer that eventually goes crazy, and his family take a job as caretakers in an isolated and haunted hotel.
Shoot ‘Em Up (2007): A man named Smith kills a bunch of people to save a baby.
Short Circuit (1986): A robot becomes self aware after an accident and ends up living with a woman he wandered to and his creator.
Short Circuit 2 (1988): Johnny is sent to the city to help a guy make toys, but a slime ball tries to make profits from him instead.
Showgirls (1995): A girl with dreams of being a Las Vegas showgirl strips and lap dances her way there one dollar at a time.
Sidekicks (1992): A kid with a severe Bromance involving Chuck Norris learns martial arts and meets his idol.
Skyfall (2012): Bond returns rusty after his assumed death to stop a rogue former secret agent hell bent on shutting down MI6 and killing M.
Silent Night Deadly Night (1984): An orphan with mental issues grows up and kills people dressed as Santa and gets gunned down.
Silent Night Deadly Night 2 (1987): The brother of the orphan from #1 escapes from the nut house and kills a nun as Santa then gets “killed”.
Silent Night Deadly Night 3 – Better Watch Out! (1989): The killer from #2 is not dead he was in a coma. He wakes up and goes after a blind woman with ESP.
Silent Night Deadly Night 4 – Initiation (1990): A reporter investigates a suicide and gets involved in a cult that wants her for their matriarch.
Silent Night Deadly Night 5 – The Toy Maker (1991): A human sized toy/cyborg with aspirations of getting a new family creates and distributes killer toys.
Sin City (2005): Four intersecting stories that tell of the corruption of a morally bankrupt city and the violent crime therein.
Six-String Samurai (1998): A man with a guitar and a sword travels to Vegas, post apocalypse to overthrow Elvis as King.
The Slammin’ Salmon (2009): The staff of a restaurant scrambles to earn cash so the owner can pay off a debt to the Yakuza.
SLC Punk! (1998): An anti-social punk rocker in Utah explains the reality of being a rebellious punk rocker living in a Mormon ran city.
Sling Blade (1996): A man released from a mental institution fixes lawn equipment and befriends a boy then kills his abusive father figure.
Slugs: The Movie (1988): Killer slugs as you can imagine, kill people.
Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 (1983): A large fish is strapped to the roof of a car with a crazy driver to promote a local seafood restaurant.
Smokin’ Aces (2006): Several high end assassins work against each other to kill a Magician thats also a mob boss/ Former FBI agent’s son.
Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball (2010): A large bounty is set on an FBI agent and crazy, high profile assassins come out of the woodwork to collect.
Snakes on a Train (2006): A cursed woman has snake eggs inside her body causing her death and an entire train full of venomous snakes.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs -GERMAN- (1955): A princess lives in the woods with 7 vertically challenged men, eats an apple, and marries a prince.
Soldier (1998): The military discards their old soldiers for new ones. They fight on a trashy planet and one old soldier kills them all.
Solo (1996): A good android with a cool knife goes rogue to help people and the company tries to take him out with a superior machine.
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983): Two boys struggle to save a town from an evil carnival that can damn your soul.
The Sorceress (1983): Twin female warriors battle evil bad guys with plans of conquering the known world.
Spawn (1997): An assassin is killed then recruited to lead hell’s army but ends up as a defender of all that is good.
Speed (1994): A bus is rigged to explode if it goes under 50 mph and a cop has to save the passengers and find the man responsible.
Speed Demon (2003): A guy in a muscle car gang finds a hood ornament with strange powers and his girlfriend kills people.
Spice World (1997): Five female singers travel around in a double decker bus singing and having what are supposed to be adventures.
Spider Baby (1968): A man blows up a house full of inbred crazies with a strange disease.
Spirited Away (2001): A girl enters a magical world and has to perform menial tasks to return to humanity and save her parents.
Spirit Warriors (2000): A group of ghost hunters meet and battle a shape-shifting spirit that can control the elements.
Spiritual Warriors (2007): A drug dealing actor’s life is changed by a beach bum with all the answers after traveling to past lives.
Spy Game (2001): A retiring CIA agent tricks his superiors into giving him the necessary info to break his friend out of a Chinese prison.
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977): Bond has to find two submarines armed with nukes under the control of a madman.
Stand By Me (1986): A group of children travel to the outskirts of town to find a dead body. Once found they return home and drift apart.
Squirm (1976): Electrified worms start eating people because of a downed power line after a ‘dilly’ of a storm. …Mr Beardsley?
Starcrash (1978) Good guys fight the evil count Zartham and win. Then they live happily ever after ripping off Star Wars.
Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999): Two space knights find a young boy on a crappy planet and find out that their mortal enemies are not extinct.
Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002): The young boy from #1 is now a space knight and they fight a defected knight turned bad guy with a robot army.
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005): The kid from the first film is now a badass and turns bad and almost dies but becomes an evil cyborg.
Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977): The son of the evil cyborg Darth Vader joins the rebels to save a space princess… in space.
Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980): Luke the son of Cyborg Vader, I mean Darth whatshisface takes fighting lessons from a green midget.
Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983): A space station explodes, big bad guy dies, and Darth Vader reforms before his inevitable death.
Stephen King’s IT (1990): A killer clown… I mean giant spider terrorizes and eats children. 7 children escape and kill IT 30 yrs later.
Straight on Till Morning (1972): A woman meets the man of her dreams. Turns out that he is a serial killer and her female intuition sucks.
Strange Wilderness (2008): The crew of a failing animal documentary show struggles to find engaging content to keep it on the air.
The Strangers (2008): Three masked people perform a home invasion for no apparent reason. Then they kill a man and drive off Scott free.
Street Racer (2008): Street racer goes to prison for a bit, reforms for about 10 minutes after he gets out, then starts racing again.
Sucker Punch (2011): A chick dances while her friends steal 4 small items from people so they can escape a crooked mental health facility.
Summer School (1987): A gym teacher’s big plans for summer vacation are cut short when he is forced to teach an English class.
Sunday School Musical (2008): Two rival groups of teens join forces and enter a song and dance competition to save their church from closing.
Survival of the Dead (2009): Two men with opposing ideas about zombies fight over an island & zombies learn to eat a horse.
Swamp Thing (1982): A researcher is transformed into a swamp plant monster after he came in contact with a special chemical.
S.W.A.T. (2003): A former navy seal turned S.W.A.T. battles against his former partner during a VERY high profile prisoner transfer.
The Swinging Cheerleaders (1974): A reporter embeds herself as a mole in a cheerleading squad to prove it demeans women.
T - Movie Explanations
Taken (2008): A former spy tracks down and kills the people responsible for kidnapping his daughter then brings her home.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006): The top NASCAR driver battles both himself and a comical gay French newcomer to stay #1. “I’M ON FIRE!”
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990): A biological mistake turns 4 turtles into 6ft tall ninjas. Trained by a rat they fight crime and throw a man off a roof.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze (1991): 4 turtles battle a crazy man for the last bottle of “ooze” that mutates whatever it touches.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 (1993): Mutated turtles travel in time by holding a lamp and help in a town uprising.
Teenage Zombies (1959): Teens are caught by a scientist that wants to turn America into zombies then get saved by a zombie gorilla.
Tell Tale (2009): A man’s transplanted heart makes him find and kill the people responsible for it’s previous murder.
The Terminator (1984): The leader of the future resistance sends his father back in time to protect his mother from a literal killing machine.
The Terminators (2009): A small group of survivors battle the killer cyborgs that went haywire and started killing off humanity.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991): The leader of the resistance sends a killing machine back in time to protect him from a better machine.
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003): A killing machine is sent back in time to stop a more advanced machine from killing the leader of the future resistance.
ThanksKilling (2009): An ancient foul mouthed homicidal turkey kills college kids during Thanksgiving Break.
They Live (1988): Aliens distract humanity with wealth and random tasks (aka everyday life) to enslave us. It’s up to one man to stop them.
They Saved Hitler’s Brain (1968): The surviving Nazi officials attempt to revive the Third Reich by keeping the head of Hitler alive.
The Three Stooges in Orbit (1962): Three idiots test a crazy new vehicle for the military that some Martians require to destroy earth.
Throw Momma from the Train (1987): Two men make a deal to kill the other’s pain in the butt woman in their life.
Thunderball (1965): Bond is tasked to stop one of the leaders of an underground group from becoming a terrorist and destroying America.
Timecop (1994): A time police man changes his future by altering his past to save his wife from a house explosion.
Time of the Apes (1987): Three idiots stumble into a cryo chamber and wake up in the future where earth is inhabited by monkeys.
Titanic (1997): An Immigrant artist and wealthy socialite fall in love. Then the boat sinks and he dies because she got to float on the door.
Titanic 2 (2010): They build another Titanic and it sinks too, but this time it’s glaciers carried by tsunamis caused by global warming.
TMNT (2007): Some turtles fight random monsters needed for a ritual that makes things immortal.
T.N.T. Jackson (1974): A girl nicknamed T.N.T. searches Chinatown for the people that killed her brother.
Tombstone (1993): Wyatt Earp and family move to Arizona to strike it rich. Wyatt ends up going bat (you know what) crazy and kills cowboys.
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997): James Bond stops a media tycoon from starting a war between two countries so he can have the coverage rights.
Top Gun (1986): A fighter pilot attends a top flight school, falls in love with a civilian instructor, runs one mission & becomes a teacher
Total Recall (1990): Man buys a memory implant of a mars vacation as a spy. But is he actually a spy that turns mars into earth? You tell me.
Toy Story 3 (2010): Andy is older & the toys get discarded by mistake and end up at a prison-like daycare but then find a lovely new home.
Transformers (2007): Robots that turn into cars and other random machines fight over a square battery and blow crap up.
Transmorphers (2007): Alien robots have invaded Earth, humans fight the robots… Things explode.
Transmorphers: Fall of Man (2009): Alien robots invade Earth, things explode, and people hide.
Treevenge (2008): Christmas Trees are violently cut from the forest by buttheads and they attack and kill people on Christmas Morning.
The Trial of Billy Jack (1974): A man released from jail protects some Indians and a school from the police. Then the army shoots people.
Trog (1970): A troglodyte (Half Man – Half Ape) is dug up and partially domesticated, then escapes to kidnap a girl.
Troll (1986): An old troll disguises himself as a little girl and tries to take over an apartment building by turning people into plant pods.
Troll 2 (1990): Vegetarian Goblins that turn people into plants and eat them attack a family on vacation.
Troy (2004): Two nations are at war over an adulterous queen, and a group of men hide in a wooden horse and destroy the city thus winning the war.
True Lies (1994): A secret agent and his civilian wife must stop a terrorist from blowing up a bomb in a major city and save their daughter.
Turkish Star Wars aka Dünyayi kurtaran adam (1982): Two space cadets crash on a desert planet, where an evil wizard seeks the ultimate power to take over the world.
Twelve Monkeys (1995): A convict is sent back in time to gather information about a virus that ends most every human life on earth.
Twilight (2008): Vampire boy meets girl and they fall in love. Boy tries not to eat girl and defends her from bad guys.
Twister (1996): Storm chasers build a device that will track metrics inside a tornado and expand the early warning system from 3 mins to 15.
U - Movie Explanations
Uncle Sam (1997): A Desert Storm vet killed by friendly fire returns from the grave to kill unpatriotic people in his hometown on July 4th.
Under Siege (1992): A cook on a battleship takes down a group of mercenaries out to steal the ship’s warheads.
Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995): A former cook for the Navy Seals goes on vacation with his niece. Trains + terrorists + Steven Seagal = Bad people dieing.
Universal Solider (1992): A secret army experiment reanimates dead soldiers kept from Viet Nam to be super human zombie soldiers.
Universal Soldier 2 – The Return (1999): A super computer named SETH transfers itself into a body to kill the only guy that can shut him down.
Universal Soldier 3 – Regeneration (2009): Terrorists threaten to use nuclear force so the government wakes up the one man to stop them.
Universal Soldiers-The Asylum- (2007): The government makes genetically modified super soldiers, but it goes awry when the test subjects escape.
Urban Legend (1998): A girl kills people based on old urban legends because someone inadvertently killed her boyfriend with one.
Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000): A professor at a film school kills kids based on urban legends because he lost his big film award.
The Usual Suspects (1995): The movie is a series of clever lies by a mastermind during a confession in an interrogation. He gets away too.
V - Movie Explanations
V For Vendetta (2005): A man in a mask with the help of a woman he saved, takes down a fascist government using terrorist tactics.
Vampires vs Zombies (2004): Vampires are lesbians, zombies eat people, they fight for about 1 minute and credits roll.
Van Helsing (2004): Count Dracula uses Dr. Frankenstein’s research and a werewolf for bad reasons (is there good ones?) and one man stops it
Van Wilder (2002): A very popular man that wants to stay in college instead of going into the real world throws parties for tuition money.
A View to a Kill (1985): 007 stops an computer chip manufacturer ex-Nazi that plans to create an earthquake that will drown silicon valley.
Voodoo Woman (1957): A mad scientist exiled in Africa attempts to create super beings he plans to control with hypnotism and telepathy.
W - Movie Explanations
Waiting… (2005): A hilarious behind the scenes look at the dysfunctional employees’ daily life at a restaurant.
War of the Worlds ((The Asylum)) (2005): Aliens attack earth but are killed off by a common earthly virus we are immune to.
War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave (2008): The Martians come back and humanity infects with with a crazy disease again.
Wasting Away (2007): A light hearted view of a zombie outbreak from the zombie’s point of view. They’re people too!
Watchmen (2009): Superheros are shut down by a government crackdown and the former heroes meet up after a colleague was murdered.
Wanted (2008): An office worker finds out his father is an insanely awesome assassin then he is trained to kill and curve bullets.
Warlock (1989): A warlock travels in time with a hunter after him because his witch bible could allow him to un-create the world.
The Wayshower (2012): A man with a strange book analyzes his mentor’s past to overcome his own inner demons.
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993): A man does everything he can for the family he in a way resents and once they disband, he travels around.
When a Killer Calls (2006): A babysitter begins receiving threatening phone calls from a man who has just killed an entire family.
White Men Can’t Jump (1992): Two rival basketball hustlers join forces and enter a competition and become friends.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988): A toon hating detective is a cartoon rabbit’s only hope to prove his innocence when he is accused of murder.
The Wild Women Of Wongo (1958): Ape people attack two islands and the natives win. Then people get married according to physical aesthetics.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971): A man that makes candy in unconventional ways leads a tour of lucky people through his factory.
Wishmaster (1997): A woman must out smart an ancient evil genie that grants wishes in twisted ways.
Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies (1999): A woman must figure out how to wish away an eternal evil in the form of a genie called a djinn before it takes over earth.
Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell (2001): A blonde teen summons Michael the arch angel to help her fight an evil genie and stabs it with his sword.
Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled (2002): The evil genie falls in love with a chick that asks a wish he cannot grant. Then he dies via sword wound.
The World Is Not Enough (1999): Bond is sent to protect a girl and ends up stopping a nuclear attack on Europe.
X - Movie Explanations
Xanadu (1980): Greek muses bind themselves to human form to inspire mankind.
xXx (2002): A thrill seeker is forced by the NSA to infiltrate a Russian crime ring to keep out of prison.
Y - Movie Explanations
Year One (2009): A couple of lazy hunter gatherers are kicked out of their tribe and go on an adventure that shows our history being made.
You Only Live Twice (1967): James Bond fakes his down death and finds a missing space craft before WW3 breaks out.
Z - Movie Explanations
Zombieland (2009): Two survivors of a large scale zombie epidemic get robbed by two girls headed to LA and decide to go with them.
Zombie Strippers! (2008): A secret military “chemo-virus” is released in Nebraska and strippers become super zombie strippers.
Zoolander (2001): A male supermodel is hired to stop a political assassin who is posing as a model.
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