One of Saturday Night Live’s signature comedy sketches gets the big-screen treatment, following Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin as stranded cone-headed couple Beldar and Prymatt. (Spoiler: They’re not from France.) Ditching plans for world conquest, they try to blend in by moving to the suburbs and having a family, all while trying to dodge tenacious immigration agents (Michael McKean and David Spade) out to reveal their true identities.
As chief of staff to former President George H.W. Bush for 25 years, Jean Becker oversaw everything from the opening of his presidential library to the commissioning of the Navy aircraft carrier named for him. Mainly, she tried to keep up.
Based on the folk song made popular by children’s performer Fred Penner, this performance tells the tale of Old Mister Johnson and a mysterious cat that just won’t stay away. Give it to somebody else. Send it to outer space. The kitty keeps coming back.
Hollywood actors from a Star Trek-like TV show (Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, and Sam Rockwell) get mistaken for actual galactic adventurers when real aliens conscript the crew to help defend the universe against reptilian invaders.
Neighbors from the Red Planet arrive under a pretense of peace, but it soon becomes clear their real intent is to colonize and conquer. Maybe vaporizing Congress was the first clue. Tim Burton directs an all-star cast including Jack Nicholson, Glenn Close, Annette Bening, Pierce Brosnan, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Slim Whitman upstages them all.
This animated arachnopalooza spins a web of multidimensional adventure. Young Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) gets the radioactive spider bite that renders him Spider-Man in his world. He joins Spider-folk from alternate realities (including Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, John Mulaney, and Nicolas Cage) to stop the villainous Kingpin (Liev Schreiber) from destroying the fabric of the entire universe.