Sue Claussen, a traveling salesman, who the socially impotent Mike takes a fancy to when she beds down for the night at the local Mom and Pop motel somewhere in small town, Arizona. Mike is smitten by "America's Sweetheart" posing as a corporate salesperson and he finally finds something worth attaining - but is he worthy?
The prequel to the X-Men series, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, affords us some insight into the origins of Wolverine. X-Men is about men and women mutants that exist in a world that does not want them, but will tolerate their presence, providing they fight their wars as quasi-human weapons in defense of their various causes.
In "Coraline" there is an extra dimension that exists from a portal behind a sealed door, that is opened by a curious and very bored Coraline, the titular character. Once the door is opened, Coraline is invited into the alternate dimension of her "other family," who are identical to her real world family except for two readily discernable features.
Chev Chelios, ferociously portrayed by the mercurial Jason Statham, battles through every absurd adversity to overcome impossible odds, leaving copious bleeding bodies in his wake, to achieve his objective - to restore his stolen heart to its rightful place, in his chest cavity.
A multi-strand narrative set in early 1980's Los Angeles, centered on an array of characters who represent both the top of the heap (a Hollywood dream merchant, a dissolute rock star, an aging newscaster) and the bottom (a voyeuristic doorman, an amoral ex-con).
He is dropped of at the pre-arranged location, but his grandfather does not pick him up and the parents have hurriedly fled. The grandfather has died only moment earlier, succumbing to a massive coronary, and the boy is forced to fiend for himself as he adjusts to a world without his parents.