Directed by Joseph Ruben Produced by Leonard Goldberg Screenplay by Ron Bass Bruce Joel Rubin (uncredited) Based on Sleeping with the Enemy by Nancy Price  Starring Julia Roberts Patrick Bergin Kevin Anderson Music by Jerry Goldsmith Cinematography John Lindley Editing by George Bowers Distributed by 20th Century Fox Release date(s) February 8, 1991
Knight & Day (2010)
A single girl en route to a family wedding gets swept up in a fight between a rogue government agent and the FBI in this globe-trotting action comedy from director James Mangold (Walk the Line, 3:10 to Yuma). June Havens (Cameron Diaz) is preparing to board a flight back home for her sister's wedding when she literally bumps into Roy Miller (Tom Cruise) in the middle of a busy airport. A few minutes later, they're making small talk on the plane when June excuses herself to the bathroom, and…
Forget the Flintstones: Nicolas Cage voices the head of another animated Stone Age family, leading his Jurassic clan into the future - while he himself is stuck in the past. Written/directed by "Stitch" (writing/directing partner Kirk DeMicco, wrote "Quest for Camelot" and "Racing Stripes"). This DreamWorks production is their first 20th Century Fox distribution.
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Everything You Need to Know About The Seeker: The Dark is Rising Movie (2007): Dec. 31, 1969 - - Movie Insider
In the movie, Will (Alexander Ludwig) is befriended by the mischievous Merriman Lyon (played by Ian McShane) and the ethereal Miss Greythorne (Frances Conroy). Will must gather the six Signs, or mystical medallions, in order to combat the Dark. But Will faces a potent adversary, called simply the Black Rider (Christopher Eccleston), a malevolent figure on a massive horse, whose goal is to stop Will and seduce him to the Dark.