Titanic: A period romance with a Downer Ending... from the guy who gave us the Terminator series. The film's male lead was earlier nominated for an Academy Award for playing a retarded teenager, and has gone on to call it the worst movie ever made.
Alternate: A suicidal English gentlewoman makes friends with a hobo who likes to draw pictures of naked women. After they get to know each other for a day and have sex, one of them freezes to death. Along with a few hundred other people.
Mrs. Doubtfire: A voice actor masquerades as a woman just so he can be with his family.
Toy Story: A cowboy and a delusional astronaut vie for the affections of the young boy who owns them both.
Toy Story 2: The cowboy is kidnapped by a man in a chicken suit and debates whether not to travel to Tokyo and seal himself in a glass box for all eternity. While searching for him, the astronaut tries to steal a belt from a younger version of himself. We learn that the astronaut's back-story is basically a spoof of Star Wars. Also, Frasier in a cardboard box.
Toy Story 3: Evil totalitarian commune brainwashes the astronaut, so the cowboy races to the rescue. The villain is a teddy bear.
Or: The owner of the cowboy and the astronaut appears to have forgotten about them, so they are sent to a place ruled by an evil teddy bear. They try to escape, fighting - among others - a creepy monkey.
Trainspotting: A man is subjected to hallucinations (he swims in a toilet, a baby's head turns all the way around). One of his friends is killed by cat shit, another is obsessed with Sean Connery. Later the man steals a few thousand dollars from his friends and leaves town.
In the words of one of the stars of said movie: "You know what I did this morning? I played the voice of a toy. Some terrible robot toys from Japan that changed from one thing to another. The Japanese have funded a full-length animated cartoon about the doings of these toys, which is all bad outer-space stuff. I play a planet. I menace somebody called Something-or-other. Then I'm destroyed."
Transformers(2007, live-action): A boy's car and its friends protect him from alien invaders who have arrived in search of eye-wear. Meanwhile, a part-time model declines to eat donuts.
Troy: Beautiful woman runs off with horny prince. Her husband and brother-in-law don't take it well.
True Lies: Dissatisfied wife considers cheating on her peculiar-accented husband until she learns that he lied about his real occupation.
The Truman Show: Insurance salesman lives humdrum life unaware that he's the most famous person on the planet.
A comedian best known for his wild expressions decides to do an artistic movie. The movie and trailers spoil the plot in the first thirty seconds; expect the fourth wall to be broken repeatedly.
Twelve Monkeys: Guy travels back in time. This influences nutty to create a group, that ends up liberating a bunch of zoo animals, an action which has nothing to do with Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies.
Twice Upon A Time: A shape-shifter, a mime, a wannabe actress, and a wannabe superhero are the only ones who can stop an eccentric factory owner from giving everyone a serious case of chronic nightmares.
Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me: In a small Washington town, a troubled teenage girl realizes that an ancient supernatural being is sexually interested in her, and sneaks into her bedroom window in order to explore this.
Twin Town: Jobless siblings fueled by grief, glue and non-authentic hot-dogs test drive a series of cars in various locations around Swansea.
Twister: Two divorced scientists try to study bad weather, then fall in love again. Reuse of aluminum cans leads to salvation.
Two Lane Blacktop: A couple mumbly and inarticulate longhairs and their noncommittal female hitchhiker companion challenge a habitual liar to a cross-country drag race. Then they sort of forget to finish it.