Salt: Woman loses her job and her husband after getting in touch with her original contractors.
Saludos Amigos: A travelogue of South America with cameos from Donald Duck and Goofy has a Spanish title but is presented in English.
Sanjuro: A man wants some noisy kids to shut up so he can take a nap.
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians: Extraterrestrials learn the true meaning of giving after one of their kind gets pummeled with toys for attempting to kill a spirit associated with the winter solstice.
Scanners: World is rocked by the mind-blowing effects of a tranquilizer prescribed to pregnant women. Got some really dumb sequels.
Schindler's List: Rich alcoholic industrialist womanizer engages in human trafficking.
Schizopolis: A man writing a speech that no one will give has an affair with his wife but breaks it off when he falls in love with the same woman. Also, the guy who impersonates Dr. Galazkiewicz in the Bud Light commercials has a fat fetish and an incoherent man with offensive genitalia has lots of sex.
School of Rock: An unemployed middle-aged man steals the identity of a substitute elementary school teacher, and gives the children an unusual curriculum.
Secret Honor: Richard Nixon, completely alone, talks into a tape-recorder in his study for an hour and a half.
The Secret Life of Pets: A pair of hobos infiltrate a terrorist organization and effortlessly kill their second-in-command. Unable to replicate their success, the hobos spend much of the rest of the movie on the run from these terrorists, whose leader is hell-bent on killing those two himself. This is a family film from a studio best known for its slapstick comedy.
The Secret of NIMH: A single mother uses her connections to a shady organization to move her house to a more convenient place.
Alternatively, overgrown kid runs away from xenophobic foster family, attempts to hitchhike back to his former home, and is kidnapped and imprisoned by con men. Meanwhile, residents of his old neighborhood go on a manhunt and eventually rescue him. Intended for children.
Sesame Street: Don't Eat the Pictures: Said 10-foot-tall adolescent gets locked in a famous museum overnight. While everyone goes on a manhunt for him (again), he tries to help conduct a lost soul to the afterlife.
The Cookie Thief: Big Eater gets framed for stealing artwork from a different museum. A Saturday Night Live alumni gets roped into their predicament.
Christmas Eve on Sesame Street: The same 10-foot-tall adolescent from before nearly freezes to death while standing on a roof. The B-plot is a recreation of a classic short story about personal sacrifice.
The Shining: A hotel near some of America's most popular ski resorts shuts down for the Winter and is left in the care of a hallucinating drunk and his insane family.
Shoot 'em Up: A Brit with a carrot fetish has numerous gunfights with a father of one over a baby.
Eighty-six minutes of Clive Owen and Paul Giamatti shooting at each other over a baby.
Shooter: Evil industrial-military cabal uses robot gun to frame world's most awesome special forces sniper for the President's murder. In a turn of events that no-one could have predicted (and driven on by the knowledge that the cabal also killed his dog) the sniper uses his awesome abilities to take them all out one by one - illustrating along the way the inherent danger in various forms of domestic cooking gas supply.
Short Circuit: A computer geek and his perpetually horny Indian friend try to rescue a peacenik Weapon of Mass Destruction from technophobic security guard for dissection. Friend To All Animals tries to protect said WoMD from both of them.
Alternatively, something originally designed to be a marital aid, now equipped with a deadly laser, wanders away from the place it was created and only convinces it's designer to help after it laughs at one of it's designer's jokes.
Shrek: A grumpy man and a clingy jackass are sent to rescue a woman due to a zoning dispute.
Shrek 2: While said man tries to make his in-laws like him, the metro-sexual son of a fast-food addicted Evil Matriarch tries to steal his wife.
Alternatively: A fairy godmother decides to play matchmaker. She must be stopped.
Shrek the Third: Grumpy man gets afraid of both fatherhood and a future inheritance. Meanwhile, the metro-sexual tries to kill him... with a stage play.
Shrek Forever After: Grumpy man ruins the lives of himself and all his friends because he's dissatisfied with his life.
Gangsters terrified of local pigfarmer. Multiple people claim they can catch bullets and they are half right. American tourist dissatisfied with London.
Sneakers: A plucky team of professional bank robbers (but actually, They Fight Crime!) get into hot water thanks to their ringleader's old college buddy, who happens to be in the business of triggering global recessions.
The Sound of Music: Family bonds and resists a dictatorship with the aid of musical numbers.
Or: A love triangle that pits a former nun against a noblewoman over a man that is also the father of the former nun's charges. One of the charges is dating a Nazi soldier. The former nun teaches the man to loosen up and to love, through the power of sickly sweet noise.
Or: A stuffy aristocrat marries a nun Reassigned to Antarctica because she makes his kids dress up in drapes. Later the other nuns wreck a car because they would do anything to get rid of her.
South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut: Owing to over-sensitivity about a movie with bad language, an interfering parent starts World War III. Meanwhile, Satan has boyfriend difficulties, and a young boy tries to discover what the clitoris is in order to impress his girlfriend.
Spider-Man 3: Alien turns crime-fighter into aggressive man who does Tony Manero impressions. Meanwhile, criminal tries to help his ill daughter despite contracting a weird skin condition.
Or: Alien turns hero into aggressive man, then takes control of Eric Forman.
The Amazing Spider-Man: Teenager visits a scientist who worked with his dad, leading him to get a bug bite infection (which turns out to be a good thing) and the scientist to recover from an injury (which turns out to be a bad thing).
Stalker: For almost three hours, a trio of scraggly men try to sneak into an abandoned chemical plant while arguing in Russian about the meaning of life. The most famous scene consists of a little girl knocking an empty glass off a table and not much else.
Star Trek: Insurrection: A Large Ham with a nice sofa attempts to quit his plastic surgery addiction. Our heroes must prevent this and save a planet sparsely populated with supermodels. An android starts shooting people because he's having a fit of ethics.
Star Trek: Nemesis: The Frenchman with a British accent is cloned, but whoever did it forgot to fix the genetic problems that the original had already fixed. A "clone" of the android is also found. The original android jumps between two starships to fix everything for his captain.
Episode IV: A New Hope: The galaxy's nascent chance of salvation is a boy who farms water in a desert, has inappropriate sexual attraction to his sister, and kills millions through the use of faulty safety regulations and the voices in his head.
Rogue One: Disgruntled contractor adds said safety flaw. Everyone dies to ensure the info will eventually reach the farmboy.
Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back: Corrupt government counter-attacks. Boy learns mystical powers from a Muppet with a speech impediment, then gets his hand cut off by his long-lost father.
Alternatively: A guy with a sword. His father. They don't get along.
The Stepfather: The family life of a man who likes building little houses unravels around him.
Stepfather II: A man leaves an asylum, settles down with a new family and must deal with nosy neighbors and other such busybodies.
Stepfather III: A man leaves another asylum, has plastic surgery and marries a woman whose handicapped son hates him. Starts screwing around on the side and works in greenhouse using special fertilizer.
Still Crazy: Washed-up old rock stars try and pretend they're still big.
Stop Loss: Troubled soldier really doesn't want to go back to work.
The Stunt Man: A Vietnam vet on the run from the cops accidentally kills a man, then agrees to become an actor in a cheesy World War I movie. He falls in love, while Peter O'Toole proceeds to screw with his head (and the heads of the audience).
Strange Days: Loser who deals in illicit goods has trouble letting go of the past and getting over his ex-girlfriend. An Action Girl limo driver with a crush on him, two corrupt police officers and a psychotic rapist-murderer help him move on.
Superman: The Movie: Young man from Kansas goes on a trek to the Arctic after his adoptive father's death. He then disregards his birth father's advice and saves woman from crashing helicopter. Meanwhile, wig-wearing man attempts to make a killing in real estate.
Alternately: A young immigrant protects the city he loves from a real estate agent.
Or: Man wears underwear outside pants and makes planet Earth spin backwards.
Superman II: After romantic get-away with his girlfriend, young man discovers that old acquaintances of his father have arrived in town at the worst possible time for him. This results in another Arctic trek, followed by battle in which a removable plastic seal plays a significant role.
Superman III: Man hooks up with his old high-school girlfriend and experiences identity crisis after being given a rock partially made from tar.
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace: Man engages in self-appointed one-man nuclear disarmament program and comes into conflict with another man made from a strand of his hair. A woman demonstrates the ability to breathe in space. For many, exactly as bad as it sounds.
Superman Returns: Man returns from extended fact-finding mission to learn his ex-girlfriend is in a relationship with someone else and has a kid. This results in him following her and listening in to her conversations a lot. Meanwhile, an ex-convict plans another unscrupulous real-estate deal.
Man of Steel: Young man from Kansas discovers that he's from somewhere else as old acquaintances of his father arrive trying to build a replica of their hometown.
The Swan Princess: Prince goes on a hunting trip while trying to sort out his confused attraction to a girl who regularly turns into a bird. He almost kills her twice. Afterwards, she enthusiastically marries him.
The Swan Princess 2: Escape from Castle Mountain/Secret of the Castle: Prince is distracted from romantic activities when an old man who dresses like a clown and rides in a hot air balloon attempts to steal a piece of glass from the prince's castle. His wife turns into a bird again.
The Swan Princess 3: Mystery of the Enchanted Kingdom/Treasure: Prince's advisor develops an attraction to a Funny Foreigner. National security is threatened when she steals a few pieces of paper and interrupts a festival. His wife turns into a bird again.
The Swan Princess Christmas: Prince's holiday celebrations are interrupted by an old enemy. Hanging up wind chimes and singing are the only ways to stop him. The prince's wife turns into a bird again.
The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale: Prince adopts a mute girl while squirrels take over the kingdom. His wife finally manages to stop turning into a bird.