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A Mighty Wind "A Mighty Wind" rated pg-13
When folk icon Irving Steinbllom passes away his son Jonathan (Bob Balaban) decides to have a memorial service and include folk legends that were popular in his day. The Foldsmen (Christopher Guest, Michael McKean and Harry Shearer) who couldn't play their records, no hole in the middle; The New Main Street Singers, who were really a little strange; and Mitch and Mickey ( Eugene Levy and Catharine O'Hara) who used to be in love. For one nite in New York these groups reunite and lots of silly fun. Writtin and directed by Cristopher Guest. Not for everyone.
Down with Love "Down with Love" rated pg-13
Done in the 50-60's mode this is done like the old pillow talk movie. A romantic comedy between a womanizing journalist Catcher Block (Ewan McGregor) ad a feminist writer Barbara Novak (Renee Zellweger) in New York City. Also stars Vicki Hiller and David Hyde Pierce. Directed by Peyton Reed.
The Matrix Reloaded "The Matrix Reloaded" rated pg-R
Starting about six months after the end of the first film in 1999, Neo (Keanu Reeves) and Morpheus (Larry Fishburn) have already successfully freed a lot of people from the Matrix and returned to Zion. They find out that the last human fall in danger and they only have hours to save them. Neo also has the problem of how to save Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) from dark fate in his dreams. Also stars Jada Pinkett Smith, Monica Bellucci, and Matt McColm. This was surprisingly good, lots of excitement and some romance. Written and Directed by Andy Wachowski and Larry Wachowski.
X2 "X2" rated pg-13
This is a sequel to 2000's "X-Men". The mutants face even more discrimination after an unknown enemy launches an attack. The attack causes a public outcry against the mutants which renews support for the Mutant Registration Act. All very confusing. Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) leads the offensive on the X-Men mansion and school while Magneto (Ian McKellan), who escaped from his plastic prison, forms an alliance with Professor Xavier (Patrick Stewart) to stop them. Also stars Halle Berry and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. Directed by Bryan Singer.
Daddy Day Care "Daddy Day Care" rated PG
Charlie Henton (Eddie Murphy) looses his job with a successful dot-com company as his wife(Regina King) decides to go back to work as an attorney. They had planned on their little boy attending a very elite prep school with head mistress Miss Harridan (Angelica Huston). Charlie decides that it would be cheaper to open his own day care and lots of laughs ensue. Very funny movie. Also stars Steve Zahn, Jeff Garlin and Lacey Chabert. Written by Geoff Rodkey and Directed by Steve Carr.
The Lizzie McGuire Movie "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" rated PG
After graduating from Jr High School, Lizzie (Hilary Duff) heads to Italy for a summer vaction with her class and Principal, Miss Ungermeyer (Alex Borstein). She meets a young Italian singer who thinks she looks just like his partner. Adventure follows, the music is great. Also stars Robert Carradine, Adam Lamberg, Hallie Todd and Jake Thomas. Directed by Jim Fall.
Ghosts of the Abyss "Ghosts of the Abyss" rated G
What a wonderful video..... James Cameron, his friend Bill Paxton, and historians, and scientists embark on an adventure to explore the famous Titanic. This documentary is done in 3-D and explores the inside of the wreckage with 2 small remote cameras. They add specials effects so you can compare the past with the present. The wonders of modern day! Directed by James Cameron.
Confidence "Confidence" rated R
The movie opens with Jake (Ed Burns), a grifter, lying dead in an alley. His voice recounts the events three week earlier. It leads back to a rube who turns out to be the accountant of a really bad guy, Winston King (Dustin Hoffman). When corpses start turning up, especially Jakes best friend, he plans on running a sting against King. He approaches King and sets up the deal. King wants to get a even bigger fish,(Robert Forster). Mystery and violence. surprise ending. Also stars Rachel Weisz, Andy Gracia, and Paul Giamatti. Written by Dong Jung and directed by James Foley.
Identity "Identity" rated R
A murder mystery about 10 travelers who end up at the same motel in a bad rain storm. Along the Psycho theme, one by one the guests are murdered. Ed (John Cusack) is an ex-cop who teams up with another guest, Detective Rhodes (Ray Liotta) to catch the murderer. The murders are beyond imagination, you won't guess the ending. Also stars Rebecca DeMornay, John Hawkes, and John C McGinley. Written by Michael Cooney and directed by James Mangold.
Holes "Holes" rated PG
Stanley Yelnats (Shia LeBeouf) is an unusual hero, plagued by bad luck which his family blames on his great grandfather. After being sent to Camp Greek Lake (which is not a fun camp but detention center) he meets his camp mates, Squid, Armpit, ZigZag, Magnet, X-Ray, and Zero. They spend their day digging holes for the camp director (Sigourney Weaver) and her right hand man Mr Sir (John Voight). Stanley soon questions why and ends up fleeing with his buddy. Good for all ages. Based on book by Louis Sachar. Also stars Patricia Arquette, Tim Blake Nelson, Dule Hill, Henry Winkler, and Khleo Thomas. Directed by Andrew Davis.
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