Your favorite wizarding hero, a cyber warrior from the distant past (i.e. the early '80s) and Will Ferrell with a bulbous, animated blue head - welcome to the holiday movie season 2010! We wish you a joyous time of year, and many wonderful big screen adventures. Not sure what to see? Here's your guide to all the holly, jolly and other seasonal movie sentiments at your cineplex...
The Coen brothers remake the 1969 John Wayne classic with Jeff Bridges now in the lead role - complete with the eyepatch. The story follows Bridges' Marshal Cogburn as he helps a stubborn young woman (Elizabeth Marvel) track down her father's murderer.
They're baaaaack. The Fockers return in this third installment in the franchise. Ben Stiller, Robert DeNiro and the rest are joined on their latest outing by Jessica Alba and Harvey Keitel, who all come together for the Focker twins' 5th birthday party.
After Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) disappears for 25 years, his son Sam (Garrett Hedlund) finds him living in cyberspace, held captive by a malicious program. With Kevin's loyal confidant (Olivia Wilde), the three navigate a dangerous digital world of cyber clubs, survival games and eye-catching (especially in IMAX 3D) light cycles.
Already garnering lots of advance positive buzz on the festival circuit, The King's Speech stars Colin Firth as the underdog Prince Albert, whose crippling speech impediment may very well be one of his biggest challenges as he prepares to assume the throne as King George VI.
Mark Wahlberg stars as boxer "Irish" Mickey Ward in this true tale of his unlikely dream to win the world welterweight title, aided by his half-brother Dicky, a boxer-turned-trainer played by Christian Bale.
Natalie Portman headlines the much buzzed-about Black Swan. Portman plays a New York City ballet dancer who enters into an intense battle of wills with talented and ambitious new rival Mila Kunis. The supernatural, psychological thriller arrives courtesy of director Darren Aronofsky.
Disney puts their spin on the classic Rapunzel fairy tale, adding in the voice talents of Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi. The beautiful princess's 70-foot-long golden locks have magical properties, but she's been locked in a tower forever. Dying to get out, she makes a deal with a handsome thief who comes her way.
Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart may contend for Oscar buzz with their performances as a couple whose lives are turned upside down when their son dies in an accident. John Cameron Mitchell, best known for cult indie favorite Hedwig and the Angry Inch, helms the drama.
Jack Black stars in the 3D adaptation of Jonathan Swift's classic novel, which finds travel writer Lemuel Gulliver taking an assignment in Bermuda but ending up on the island of Liliput, where he's a towering monstrosity over its tiny citizens.
Yogi the Bear and Boo Boo make their big-screen debut in this live-action/animated film from director Eric Brevig. Watch as the mischievous and beloved bear proves again why he's the best picnic basket thief around. Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake lend their voices.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Edmund and Lucy Pevensie journey back to Narnia with their cousin Eustace this time, encountering merfolk, dragons and more enchanted creatures. Their uncharted voyage on the ship called the Dawn Treader takes them to Aslan's Country, as they embark on another perilous mission to save Narnia.
Two Washington, D.C. power players (Kevin Spacey, Barry Pepper) begin to see their empire crumble after getting involved with a fast-talking mob contact (Jon Lovitz). Just deserts? You be the judge in this docudrama from George Hickenlooper.
Sofia Coppola returns to the director's chair with this drama about a carefree Hollywood star (Stephen Dorff) whose no-end, debaucherous lifestyle is challenged by an unscheduled visit from his 11-year-old daughter (Elle Fanning).
Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie team up for this exotic mystery/romance/thriller about an American tourist visiting Italy in hopes of mending his broken heart. There, he meets a beautiful stranger, who deliberately crosses his path with a hidden agenda.
How do you know when you're in love? Owen Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd debate the age-old question amongst themselves, with Jack Nicholson along for some game fun, too, (as Rudd's father) in this rom-com-dram from acclaimed filmmaker James L. Brooks.
It's the beginning of the end for Harry's magical journey. With Dumbledore dead, Harry, Ron and Hermione decide it's time to leave Hogwarts and embark on a dangerous quest for the Horcruxes that will destroy Voldemort's power.
Passion, romance and lots of country music are featured in this drama centered around a fallen country star (Gwyneth Paltrow) who attempts a comeback with some help from her husband (Tim McGraw), an ambitious songwriter (Garret Hedlund) and a young beauty queen-turned-singer (Leighton Meester).
Acclaimed indie director Mike Leigh (Secrets & Lies) tells the tale of an aging receptionist (Lesley Manville) whose husband has left her, and who turns to flirting with her friend's much younger (by a couple decades) son.
Babel director Alejandro González Iñárritu oversees this story about a man, Uxabal (Javier Bardem), who leads a dual life as a father and full-time criminal. Upon hearing news that he is ill and has only a few weeks to live, Uxabal attempts to make his life right, while the world he has created continues to spin out of control around him.
Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams headline this original take on love found and lost…and perhaps found again. It's the story of long-time lovers who've hit a rough patch in their relationship. The kicker is that the movie juxtaposes scenes of their previous romantic times alongside current scenes that aren't quite as harmonious.