Naked Lunch: An exterminator accidentally shoots his wife, then goes to Morocco to investigate drug smugglers with the help of a talking typewriter. The whole thing may or may not be a hallucination.
The Naked Gun: It's up to Francis Marion to stop a professional baseball player from assassinating a middle-aged British woman at the behest of a rich Mexican—er, German guy - but not before he puts a religious dictator in a headlock and gives him a noogie. It's a comedy, although certain naive people would never know it.
The Naked Gun 2 1/2: Industrial ploy involving a kidnapped scientist is foiled by clumsy man.
The Naked Gun 33 1/3: Man saves his marriage by fighting terrorists on national TV.
Nanny McPhee: An eccentric drifter uses witchcraft to help a disheveled father and his dysfunctional kids con an elderly relative out of her money.
National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets: To clear his family name, the guy tries to find a lost city of gold under Mount Rushmore, after nearly being arrested for playing with a toy helicopter, being drunk at Buckingham Palace, and kidnapping the President.
The Naughty Nineties: Two comedians prevent three people from their other films from converting a riverboat into a casino. It is best known for a baseball-themed comic routine.
The Negotiator: Disgraced cop stages late night sit-in to prove his innocence. Former colleagues attend to help him pass the time and remodel the office.
Nerve: Bunch of anonymous sadists amuse themselves by paying people to humiliate themselves and\or threaten their lives. One of the most popular "victims" of the scheme gets tired of it.
Network: Old man rants on TV about how much this generation sucks. People find it amusing.
Newsies: Boys go on strike from selling papers, until publishing companies lower the sudden tax increase on the papers they're selling. Singing, dancing, and Christian Bale pelvic thrusting ensues.
Neverwas: Psychiatrist discovers that his father wrote a book based on one of his patient's delusions, then starts believing it himself.
Night of the Living Dead (1968): Drifter and Jerk Ass argue about how best to defend a farmhouse that isn't theirs from intruders desperate to break in, whilst PTSD victim cowers in shock and mother worries about ailing daughter.
Or for the first remake: Drifter and Jerk Ass argue about how best to defend a farmhouse that technically belongs to someone else in their group, while a PTSD victim decides to live and escapes. When she returns, she is dismayed by the actions of the rednecks who rescued her.
Dawn of the Dead (1978): Two cops and two reporters, one of whom is pregnant, turn shopping mall into fortress/apartment complex.
Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare: Two doctors, an amnesiac, a stoner, a deaf Hispanic and a girl with father issues fight a burnt man who is powered by demons that look suspiciously like sperm and who enjoys video-games. Johnny Depp gets whacked with a frying pan.