First, "Twilight" vampire Robert Pattinson stars in "Remember Me," a story about a rebellious New York University student named Tyler Hawkins (played by Pattinson), dealing with the aftermath of his brother's suicide, who begins a relationship with fellow student Ally Craig (Emilie de Ravan), who witnessed her mother's murder as a young girl. Each can relate to the other's loss, and the two fall in love (the non-bloodsucking kind).
If you'd prefer something other-worldly over a love story, consider "Alice in Wonderland," in which Johnny Depp transforms into the Mad Hatter, complete with orange hair, a green suit and the character's signature top hat. The film, in which Alice (played by Mia Wasikowska) returns to Wonderland 13 years after her initial visit, marks Depp's seventh collaboration with director Tim Burton. Burton's creation can even jump off the screen, if viewers want it to - the film is showing in 3-D.
Suspense can also be found on this side of the rabbit hole, with Leonardo DiCaprio's turn in Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island." DiCaprio plays U.S. Marshal Teddy Daniels, who is assigned to investigate the disappearance of a mentally unstable patient from an institution for the criminally insane on an island off the coast of Massachusetts. But when he arrives on the island, a hurricane hits and other strange things begin to happen. "Shutter Island" marks the fourth time DiCaprio has collaborated with Martin Scorsese.
Finally, drama of a very real kind is the subject of Matt Damon's new film "Green Zone." Damon portrays Roy Miller, a warrant officer dispatched to find weapons of mass destruction in the early days of the U.S. invasion in Iraq. As Miller and his team search for the weapons, they stumble upon a elaborate cover-up that challenges the purpose of their mission.