2011 Summer movies list
An Indian-born bachelor living in New York City surprises his modern-thinking parents by deciding to have an arranged marriage, but an unexpected friendship with an American woman complicates his plans. With Rahul Rai, Stefanie Estes and Freishia Bomanbehram. Written by Ralph Stein and Nayan Padrai. Directed by Padrai. 108 Pics
An Invisible Sign
A young woman who found salvation in mathematics as a child after her father fell ill begins teaching the subject to children and guides them through their own troubles. With Jessica Alba, Bailee Madison, Chris Messina and J.K. Simmons. Written by Pamela Falk and Michael Ellis. Directed by Marilyn Agrelo. IFC Films
The documentary depicts the difficult life of the late British playwright Andrea Dunbar and her three children. Directed by Clio Barnard. Strand Releasing
As maid of honor, a single woman leads her best friend and a colorful group of bridesmaids on a wild ride. With Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne and Wendi McLendon-Covey. Written by Wiig and Annie Mumolo. Directed by Paul Feig. Universal Pictures
In this mockumentary, comedian Dax Shepard tries to secure financing for a martial arts movie with him in the lead role. With Shepard, Tom Arnold, Nate Tuck and Greg Siegel. Written by Shepard. Directed by Shephard and David Palmer. Tribeca Film
Everything Must Go
After an alcoholic relapses and his life implodes, he holds a yard sale and tries to start over. With Will Ferrell, Rebecca Hall, Michael Peña, Christopher C.J. Wallace and Laura Dern. Written and directed by Dan Rush. Roadside Attractions
The First Grader
After the Kenyan government promises free primary-school education to all, an aspiring student at a remote mountaintop school causes a stir because he is in his 80s. With Oliver Litondo and Naomie Harris. Written by Ann Peacock. Directed by Justin Chadwick. National Geographic Films
Go for It!
In inner-city Chicago, a 19-year-old student with a passion for dance tries to find her identity and prepare for her future. With Aimee Garcia. Written and directed by Carmen Marron. Lionsgate
A delinquent drifter begins squatting in the garage of a grieving widow and her son, whom he helps in unlikely ways. With Natalie Portman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Rainn Wilson. Written and directed by Spencer Susser. Wrekin Hill Entertainment
Hey, Boo: Harper Lee and 'To Kill a Mockingbird'