Along with the major blockbusters, Hollywood offers loads of other films this summer. A look at the highlights:

May:

"The Fall" _ A bedridden man in early Hollywood spins wild fantasies to encourage a young girl at the same hospital.

"How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer" _ America Ferrera and Elizabeth Pena star in a comedy about three generations of Mexican-American women.

"Made of Honor" _ Patrick Dempsey covertly romances his best pal (Michelle Monaghan) after she asks him to be "maid of honor" at her wedding.

"Meet Bill" _ A lingerie saleswoman (Jessica Alba) helps turn life around for a loser (Aaron Eckhart).

"Noise" _ Tim Robbins stars as a man who turns vigilante to combat the constant racket of Manhattan.

"Redbelt" _ David Mamet directs Chiwetel Ejiofor as a man of honor in a corrupt world of mixed martial arts fighting.

"Son of Rambow" _ A British charmer follows two wildly different boys who team up to make their own "Rambo" action flick.

"The Strangers" _ A couple (Liv Tyler and Scott Speedman) face terror as masked intruders invade their home.

"War, Inc." _ A hit man (John Cusack) poses as a corporate flunky to pull off an assassination in a war-torn country. The dark satire co-stars Hilary Duff.

"What Happens in Vegas" _ Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher are scheming strangers who wed on a whim then battle over a Vegas fortune they've won.

June:

"The Happening" _ M. Night Shyamalan's latest features Mark Wahlberg and Zooey Deschanel in a tale of a couple running from an apocalyptic terror.

"Kit Kittredge: An American Girl" _ Abigail Breslin stars as a plucky Depression-era girl in an adaptation from the American Girl book series.

"The Love Guru" _ Mike Myers is a self-help weirdo trying to patch things up between a hockey star and his wife. With Jessica Alba and Justin Timberlake.

"The Promotion" _ John C. Reilly and Seann William Scott are supermarket workers duking it out for a management job.

"Wanted" _ Angelina Jolie's an operative for a secret agency who helps train a dormant prodigy (James McAvoy) to use his super abilities. With Morgan Freeman.

July:

"American Teen" _ It's the "Breakfast Club" in real life with this teen documentary about a jock, a nerd, a stud, a popular girl and an artsy one.

"Brideshead Revisited" _ Hayley Atwell, Ben Whishaw and Emma Thompson star in an update of Evelyn Waugh's 1930s-era classic.

"Gonzo" _ Director Alex Gibney's documentary examines the outrageous life of boozing, drug-abusing writer Hunter S. Thompson.

"Hellboy II: The Golden Army" _ Ron Perlman and director Guillermo del Toro reunite for another adventure about the superhero from way down under.

"The Longshots" _ An ex-high school jock (Ice Cube) coaches his niece (Keke Palmer), the first girl to play Pop Warner football.

"Mamma Mia!" _ Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan and the music of ABBA highlight this musical about a woman sorting out which of three old flames is the dad to walk her daughter down the aisle at her wedding.

"Religulous" _ Bill Maher goes globe-trotting to talk with people about God and religion.

"Space Chimps" _ Stanley Tucci and Cheryl Hines provide voices for an animated tale of lower primates in space.

"Step Brothers" _ Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are adult slackers who become family when one's mom marries the other's dad.

"The Wackness" _ Ben Kingsley's a frustrated shrink who forms a bond with an equally frustrated teen. With Mary-Kate Olsen and Famke Janssen.

August:

"The Accidental Husband" _ Uma Thurman's wedding plans are knocked for a loop when she learns a prank left her married to a man she's never met.

"Babylon A.D." _ Vin Diesel's a courier in a post-apocalyptic world whose package turns out to be a mystery woman.

"Bangkok Dangerous" _ Nicolas Cage is an assassin whose loner life is altered as he connects with a shop girl and a street punk in Thailand.

"Crossing Over" _ An ensemble including Harrison Ford, Sean Penn and Ashley Judd are featured in a Los Angeles immigrant drama.

"Fly Me to the Moon" _ A 3-D animated adventure centers on three young flies that tag along on the Apollo 11 moon landing.

"Hamlet 2" _ Steve Coogan and Catherine Keener star in a comedy about a teacher staging an irreverent musical sequel to "Hamlet."

"Hell Ride" _ A Western on two-wheels features bikers avenging a murder by a rival gang. With Michael Madsen and David Carradine.

"Henry Poole Is Here" _ Luke Wilson's a shut-in whose nosy neighbors teach him he can't live in isolation.

"The House Bunny" _ An exiled Playboy bunny (Anna Faris) offers lessons on living to the social misfits of a college sorority.

"The International" _ Interpol agent Clive Owen and prosecutor Naomi Watts take on a global bank that finances terrorism.

"Mirrors" _ Kiefer Sutherland's a night watchman at a department store whose mirrors hold a horrible secret.

"Pineapple Express" _ A pothead (Seth Rogen) who witnesses a murder ends up on the run with his dealer (James Franco).

"The Rocker" _ Rainn Wilson and Christina Applegate star in the tale of an '80s rock drummer who stages a comeback 20 years after he's booted from his band.

"Star Wars: The Clone Wars" _ George Lucas presents an animated adventure featuring Jedis Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi as prelude to a TV cartoon series.

"Swing Vote" _ A critical election comes down to the vote of one apathetic, beer-chugging nobody (Kevin Costner).

"Towelhead" _ An Arab-American teen deals with her sexual awakening amid the Gulf War.

"Traitor" _ Don Cheadle's an ex-American operative suspected in a terrorism conspiracy. With Guy Pearce.

"Vicky Cristina Barcelona" _ Woody Allen's latest features Scarlett Johansson, Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem in a romantic drama in Spain.

"Wild Child" _ A teen brat (Emma Roberts) is packed off to a strict British boarding school. With Aidan Quinn and Natasha Richardson.

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