Hitting theaters this week, a pair of sexy-and-scary movies for adults, and a high-flying one for the kids.
"Let's film ourselves having sex. That's a great idea."
That great idea goes south real quick in "Sex Tape."
Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz play a couple trying to put the spark back into their marriage, but end up sharing a little too much.
"So instead of erasing the video like you said you would, you accidentally sent it to all our friends and family? And the mailman."
The couple then goes on a quest to erase the video.
Sex Tape is Rated-R.
"At the siren, all crime, including murder will be legal for 12 hours."
The Purge: Anarchy continues the story of an America where one night a year, no laws are enforced.
"If you're not purging, we urge you to get off the streets as soon as possible, it'll soon be a war out there."
This time, the main character, Leo waits until "The Purge" to avenge the death of his child.
"This won't bring him back, it won't make you feel any better, don't do this."
The Purge Anarchy is rated-R.
"With Thunder comes lightning, and with lightning comes fire"
And for something totally different, there's "Planes: Fire and Rescue," the animated sequel to last year's hit "Planes."
The hero, Dusty, returns as a fire-fighting plane, and is thrown into service battling a massive wildfire.
Planes: Fire and Rescue is rated PG.