The Best Picture of 2008 is this stunning Danny Boyle work about life and utterly uncynical love in Mumbai, India, and a poor young man from the slums who goes on a million-dollar game show and cleans up against all odds.
Perhaps the darkest film Will Smith has ever made, he stars as an accountant filled with regret for a secret tragedy in his past looking for worthy people like Rosario Dawson to help in any way he can.
Marley and Me
If you’d like to relive the horrible anguish of losing a beloved pet, watch this Jennifer Aniston/Owen Wilson family dramedy about the life of their dog.
Tell No One
One of the biggest foreign hits of 2008 was this French thriller where a widower (Francois Cluzet) suddenly finds himself becoming the main suspect in his wife’s mysterious murder.
Tori Spelling stars in this tale of a strange cult in a small town who might be preparing for a mass human sacrifice.