"48 Hours": Jack Cates (Nick Nolte, "Hotel Rwanda", "Cape Fear") and Reggie Hammond (Eddie Murphy, "Shrek", "Dr. Doolittle") would never be friends... but they're about to be partners. Cates is a hard-nosed cop out to avenge the deaths of two fellow officers. Hammond is a smart-aleck felon, out to retrieve the stash of Cash still hidden from his last job. In order to bring the killers to justice, Cates has to find their ex-partner - Reggie. The catch? Hammond is in the slammer. Now, Cates must use his pull to get Reggie a 48-hour parole... and make him his temporary partner. Director Walter Hill sends Nolte and Murphy on a wild ride, setting the standard for the ultimate buddy-cop thriller. As the boys race the clock, they discover they have only one thing in common: they'd both kill to find the bad guys... if they don't kill each other first! "Another 48 Hours": Times may change... but these guys don't! Eddie Murphy (Shrek, Dr. Dolittle) and Nick Nolte ("Hotel Rwanda", "Cape Fear") are back on the streets in this smash sequel. Ex-con Reggie Hammond (Murphy) has just been released from prison, and he's having his worst day ever... he's got no money, his beloved Porsche was blown to bits and someone wants him dead. Hard-nosed cop Jack Cates ("Nolte") isn't having any better luck... he's accused of manslaughter in a drug bust gone wrong, and may lose his badge. Fate has pushed these unlikely partners back together... one to fight for his job, and the other for his life. It's another car-chasing, fist-flying, shoot-em-up 48 hours in the city streets of San Francisco. And once again, Murphy and Nolte are in rare form as they team up to take the bad guys down! "ShowTime": "Lights. Camera. Aggravation." Showtime is fun time, an action/comedy tale of mismatched LAPD partners (Robert De Niro and Eddie Murphy) directed by Tom Dey (Shanghai Noon). De Niro, wearing a slow-burn scowl like a badge, plays Mitch, a cop's cop forced by his superiors to be the focus of a reality TV series. Murphy plays Trey, a camera-ready officer more eager to hit his mark than hit the streets. Backed by a ratings-obsessed producer (Rene Russo) and coached in the finer points of copdom by a veteran star (William Shatner, spoofing his T.J. Hooker), Mitch and Trey become America's favorite buddy cops. But reel life soon gives way to the real. A brutal crimelord must be stopped - and that's where the shrapnel hits the fan. "The Golden Child": As 'The Chosen One' Murphy's on a madcap mission to save "The Golden Child", a youth with mystical powers who's been abducted by an evil cult. He battles a band of super-nasties, scrambles through a booby-trapped chamber of horrors and traverses Tibet to obtain a sacred dagger. But it's Murphy's with that turns out to be his sharpest weapon in the 24-karat comedy adventure.