Oceanographer Steve Zissou is making a documentary when his best friend is eaten by a creature he refers to as the “Jaguar shark.” He vows to destroy the shark and make a new documentary with the footage. Along for the ride are various characters he works with, his estranged wife, some Filipino pirates, and Ned, who might be his son.
The cast of a space-themed television show is recruited by genuine aliens who have replicated the space ship from the show in exact detail, but they do not know how to pilot it or use it to defend themselves against an aggressive race of reptilian aliens. The actors must play their fictional roles in order to survive the real life and death situation.
After a meteor strikes the Arizona desert, alien DNA is found to be rapidly evolving into various organisms. When the alien creatures start killing people, the Army steps in to take action, but the napalm they want to use as a weapon might not be the best choice.
While on his way to the Piston Cup championship race, rookie car Lightning McQueen finds himself in the small town of Radiator Springs. Sentenced to community service, he makes friends with the locals, in particular, pretty Sally Carrera. So when the time comes to leave for the big race, he realizes winning isn’t as important to him as the friends he has made.
Marlin, a single father clownfish, will stop at nothing to find his son Nemo after he is “rescued” by human divers. He will cross the wide ocean and brave sharks, seagulls, and the dentist to find Nemo and bring him home!
Children’s screams are harvested for energy at Monsters, Inc. where Sully and Mike work as “scarers.” But when a closet door is left open and a small child enters their world, the two monsters must get her back home before she falls into the wrong hands.
Sheriff Woody is six-year-old Andy’s favorite toy, until Andy receives a Buzz Lightyear figure for his birthday. Now Woody must overcome his jealousy when Buzz needs rescuing and prove his worth to the other toys who think he got rid of Buzz on purpose.
Based on the plot of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, the story follows Lalita and her sisters through the ups and downs of courtship. Lalita meets Will Darcy, an American working at his family’s hotel in India, and the path to the altar is littered with misunderstandings and cultural differences. When a family crisis arises, it is Darcy that comes to their aid and changes Lalita’s opinion of him.
Eighteen-year-old Jamal becomes a contestant on the Indian version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and despite having little education, endures to the final round. However, when he is suspected of cheating, the police question him and he must narrate his past experiences to establish how he came to know the right answers.
When the meal Ila prepared for her husband gets mistakenly delivered to widower Saajan, an unexpected friendship blossoms. The two share their joys and heartbreaks through letters exchanged in the lunchbox and eventually decide to meet in person. But will reality live up to their expectations?