1. See No Evil (2006) starring Kane and Michael J. Pagan
2. The Marine (2006) starring John Cena and Kelly Carlson
3. The Condemned (2007) starring Stone Cold Steve Austin, Vinnie Jones, and Nathan Jones
4. 12 Rounds (2009) starring John Cena, Nick Gomez and Taylor Cole
5. The Marine 2 (2009, Direct-to-DVD) starring Ted Dibiase Jr, Lara Cox, Temuera Morrison, Robert Coleby, and Michael Rooker
6. Legendary (2010) starring Danny Glover, John Cena, and Patricia Clarkson
7. Knucklehead (2010) starring (The) Big Show and Mark Feuerstein
8. The Chaperone (2011) starring Triple H and Ariel Winter
9. That's What I Am (2011) with Randy Orton
10. Inside Out (2011) starring Triple H with Michael Rapaport
11. The Reunion (2011) starring John Cena and Amy Smart
12. Bending the Rules (2012) starring Edge with Jamie Kennedy
13. The Day (2012)  starring Shawn Ashmore, Ashley Bell, Michael Eklund, Cory Hardrict, Dominic Monaghan, and Shannyn Sossamon
14. Barricade (2012)  starring Eric McCormack
So if you could include No Holds Barred, that's 15, so far, like I said. Why you opted to include shit that hasn't come out, wasn't really theirs, and documentaries? No clue, but that's Nacireman for you! Anyway, your idea of them showing them on TV once a week? Yeah. That's more in line with what will happen. But the Network will not be more for promoting their movies than having a bunch of 30-year old wrestling, as you put it.
When you're as good as Chael, you can only call out people worse than you.