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Madea's Family Reuion "Madea's Family Reuion" rated pg-13
Southern matriarch Madea (Tyler Perry) has taken over custody of a rebelious runaway. She finds her nieces are in relationship trouble and her family reunion has to be organized. Also stars China Anderson, Maya Angelou, Cicely Tyson, Blair Underwood, Lynn Whitfield, and Boris Kodjoe. Written and directed by Tyler Perry.
Tristram Shandy "Tristram Shandy: A Cock & Bull Story" rated r
A mockumentary about what it's like to adapt the trickiest story ever told, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. Stars Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon, Keeley Hawes, and Shirley Henderson. Written by Martin Hardy and directed by Michael Winterbottom.
The Libertine "The Libertine" rated r
John Wilmot, the Earl of Rochester (Johnny Depp), is a hateful 27th century poet who drinks himself to an early grave, hurting the people who love him. Also stars John Malkovich, Samantha Morton, Rosamund Pike, Richard Coyle, and Rupert Friend. Written by Stephen Jeffreys and directed by Laurence Dunmore.
Final Destination 3 "Final Destination 3" rated r
The third installment in the horror films about cheating death. A high-school student has a vision of a deadly accident of a roller-coaster, she get a couple of her friends off, but can't save everyone. Stars Elizabeth Winstead, Ryan Merriman, Gina Holden, Alexander Kalugin, and Texas Battle. Written by Glen Morgan and James Wong. Directed by James Wong.
Eight Below "Eight Below" rated pg
Eight sled dogs face death in the Antarctic, after an accident forces their human leader to abandon them. They cannot return for several months because of the weather and the dogs must learn to survive in the brutal cold. Stars Paul Walker, Bruce Greenwood, Jason Biggs, Panou, and Wendy Crewson. Written by Mike Rich and David DiGilio. Directed by Frank Marshall.
Firewall "Firewall" rated pg-13
Criminals kidnap the family of a bank executive. The banker must break into his won business and steal the money to pay the ransom to get his family back. Stars Harrison Ford, Paul Bettany, Virginia Madson, Jimmy Bennett, Robert Patrick, Robert Forster, and Alan Arkin. Written by Joe Forte and directed by Richard Loncraine.
Big Momma's House 2 "Big Momma's House 2" rated pg-13
Malcolm Turner (Martin Lawrence) returns for another undercover assignment. Dressed as Big Momma, the FBI agent poses as a nanny-housekeeper to the infiltrate the house of a suspect. Also stars Nia Long, Michelle Parylak, Elton LeBlanc, and Sarah Brown, Written by Don Rhymer and directed by John Whitesell.
Match Point "Match Point" rated r
After a semi successful professional tennis career, Chris (Johathan Rhys-Meyers) settles into a job as an instructor at a posh club, he eventually becomes engaged to Chloe, a rich society girl. Chris then falls for Nola, who is dating his future brother-in- law. Also stars Scarlett Johansson, Emily Mortimer, Matthew Goode, Brian Cox, and Penelope Wilton. Written and directed by Woody Allen.
Freedomland "Freedomland" rated r
A white, single mother's child goes missing, and is believed to be kidnapped. She blames an African-American man from the projects, which causes an uproar in the community. A black detective (Samuel L Jackson) and a white newspaper reporter team up in investigate the case. Based on the novel by Richard Price. Also stars Julianne Morre, Edie Falco, Ron Eldard, William Forsythe, and Anthony Mackie. Written by Richard Price and directed by Joe Roth.
The White Countess "The White Countess" rated pg-13
An aging American diplomat lost his sight a few years back has lost his motivation along with his family. An unexpected windfall allow him to pursue his perfect bar, along with the perfect Russian woman. Stars Ralph Fiennes, Natasha Richardson, Vanessa Redgrave, Lynn Redgrave, John Wood, and Hiroyuki Sanada. Written by Kozuo Ishiguro and directed by James Ivory.
The World's Fastest Indian "The World's Fastest Indian" rated pg-13
A true story of Burt Munro (Anthony Hopkins), an aging man from New Zealand, who has a dream of winning a big race at the Bonneville Salt Flats of Utah. He hopes to set a new speed record with his cycle. Also stars Christopher Lawford, Chris Williams, Annie Whittle, Bruce Greenwood, Diane Ladd, and Paul Rodriguez. Written and directed by Roger Donaldson.
Mrs. Henderson Presents ""Mrs. Henderson Presents" rated r
In pre-WWII London, Laura Henderson decides to win back audiences who are seduced by talking pictures. She opens a notorious Windmill Theater, which becomes known for its all-nude revues. Stars Judi Dench, Will Young, Kelly Reilly, Thelma Barlow, Christopher Guest, Anna Brewster, and Bob Hoskins. Written by Martin Sherman and directed by Stephen Frears.
Curious George "Curious George" rated g
The adventures of the little monkey called Curious George and The Man in the Yellow Hat. George follows the Man back from Africa and helps save the museum. Voices of Will Ferrell, Drew Barrymore, David Cross, Eugene Levy, Joan Plowright, and Dick Van Dyke. Written by Ken Kaufman and David Reynolds. Directed by Matthew O'Callaghan.
When a Stranger Calls "When a Stranger Calls" rated pg-13
A remake of the 1979 thriller in which a babysitter suffers from harassing phone calls that the police discover are coming from inside the house. Stars Camilla Belle, John Bobek, Tommy Flanagan, Tessa Thompson, and Derek de Lint. Written by Jake Wade Wall and directed by Simon West.
Transamerica "Transamerica" rated r
Bree (Felicity Huffman) has always felt like a woman trapped in a mans body. Bree dresses and lives as a woman and has been waiting years for the operation that will complete her. She found out that she fathered a son during a one-night tryst and he needs her help. She must confront the problem before she has the surgery. Also stars Kevin Zegers, Graham Greene, Burt Young, Fionnula Flanagan, Elizabeth Pena, and Bianca Leigh. Written and directed by Duncan Tucker.
16 Blocks "16 Blocks" rated pg-13
A cranky cop (Bruce Willis) needs to escort a mouthy witness to the courthouse. The trip is a lot more dangerous, the bad cops are after them to kill the witness.. Also stars Mos Def, David Morse, Alfre Woodward, Cylk Cozart, and Sasha Roiz. Written by Richard Donner and directed by Richard Donner.
The Pink Panther

"The Pink Panther" rated pg
A prequel to the 1964 Peter Sellers film. A bumbling detective, Inspector Clouseau (Steve Martin), must solve a killing of a soccer coach and the stealing the famous Pink Panther diamond. His boss is eager to take the credit for the case so he hires Clouseau to bumble the case. Also stars Kevin Kline, Beyonce Knowles, Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer, and Henry Czerny. Written by Len Blum and Steve Martin. Directed by Shawn Levy.

The Matador "The Matador" rated r
Julian (Pierce Brosnan) is a potty-mouthed, lone-wolf hired killer who discovers he has no friends or family, he is all alone. He meets a middle-class guy named Danny and they immediately bond, which involves guns and murder. Also stars Greg Kinnear, Hope Davis, Philip Baker Hall, Dylan Baker, and Adam Scott. Written and directed by Richard Shepard.
Nanny McPhee "Nanny McPhee" rated pg
Based on the books by Chritianna Brand, seven children, whose mother has died, get rid of their last 17 nannies, so dad hires Nanny McPhee (Emma Thompson), who brings a bit of magic to the house. Also stars Colin Firth, Angela Lansbury, Kelly Macdonald, Thomas Sangster, and Holly Gibbs. Written by Emma Thompson and directed by Kirk Jones.
Annapolis "Annapolis" rated pg-13
Jake Huard (James Franco) is a young man from the wrong side of the tracks, but his dream is to attend Annapolis Naval Academy and box his way to popularity. As a "plebe" life is really hard, so he tries winning the fierce Brigade Champsionships in boxing. Also stars Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Donnie Wahlberg, Chi McBride, and Jim Parrack. Written by David Collard and directed by Justin Lin
Hoodwinked "Hoodwinked" rated pg
It is based on the Little Red Riding Hood story but in a modern era. There is a criminal loose, the horrific "Goody Bandit". Voices of Anne Hathaway, Andy Dick, James Belushi, Sally Struthers, Glenn Close, and Patrick Warburton. Written by Cory Edwards, Todd Edwards, and Tony Leech. Directed by Cory Edwards.
End of the Spear "End of the Spear" rated pg-13
Based on fact, a tribesman in the Ecuadorean rain forest abondons his violent ways, after he takes part in the slaughter of a missionary group. Stars Louie Leonardo, Chad Allen, Jack Guzman, Cara Stoner, and Chase Ellison. Written by Jim Hanon, Bart Gavigan, and Bill Ewing. Directed by Jim Hanon.
The New World "The New World" rated pg-13
Based on the story of John Smith and Pocohontas, it shows how the cultures clash with the British settle in Jamestown, Va., and how they find love. Stars Colin Farrel, Christian Bale, Ben Chaplin, and August Schellenberg. Written and directed by Terrance Malick.
Last Holiday "Last Holiday" rated pg-13
After learning she has only three weeks to live, Georgia Byrd (Queen Latifah), quits her job and cashes in her bonds and takes a trip to Europe. She buy fine clothes, takes ski trips, and samples fine foods. She also finds who her true love is. Also stars Chloe Bailey, LL Cool J, Timothy Hutton, Susan Kellerman, Emeril Lagaase, and Gerald Depardieu. Written by Peter Seman and Jeffrey Price. Directed by Wayne Wang.
Hostel "Hostel" rated r
Three backpackers traipse through Europe looking for sex, dope, and fun. They meet up with a horrific fate in a Slovakian city, a predator with a devil-horn mask and chainsaw. Stars Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Eythor Gudjonsson, and Barbara Nedeljakova. Written and directed by Eli Roth.
Glory Road "Glory Road" rated pg
Texas Western coach Don Haskins leads the first all-black college basketball team to the NCAA national championship in 1966. It shows the hardships of how they came to play on the team. Stars Josh Lucas, Wes Brown, James Aaron, Patrick Blanchard, and Rogers Healy. Written by Chris Cleveland and directed by James Gartner.
Grandma's Boy "Grandma's Boy" rated r
A video-game tester in his mid-30's moves in with his grandmother and two of her friends. Stars Allen Covert, David Spade, Shirley Jones, Kevin Nealon, Rob Schnieder, and Shirley Knight. Written by Nick Swordston, Barry Wernick, and Allen Bovert. Written by Nicholaus Goossen.
Casanova "Casanova" rated r
The fabled romantic legend strikes out to find the true meaning of love. The greatest lover in history has never given his heart until he meets Frecesca Bruni, he is in love and gives up all of his other conquests. Stars Heath Ledger, Sienna Miller, Oliver Platt, Jeramy Irons, Lena Olin, and Omid Djalili. Written by Kimberly Simi and Michael Christofer. Directed by Lasse Hallstrom.
Brokeback Mountain "Brokeback Mountain" rated r
Based on short story by E. Annie Proulx. Jack and Ennis, a ranch worker and rodeo cowboy, in the 1960's, meet and become lovers against the backdrop of the Wyoming grasslands. Fate eventually interferes and they both marry women and have families. They cannot forget each other and meet each year for a trip. Stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Heath Ledger, Anne Hathaway, Randy Quaid, Michelle Williams, and Anna Faris. Written by Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana. Directed by Ang Lee.
Tristan & Isolde "Tristan & Isolde" rated pg-13
A doomed love story from Arthurian times comes alive on the big screen. Tristan, nephew of King Mark of Cornwall, and Iseult, the king's Irish wife, fall in love, much like Lancelot and Guinevere. Stars James Franco, Sophia Myles, Rufus Sewell, Jamie King, and Henry Cavill. Wirtten by Dean Georgaris and directed by Kevin Reynolds.