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Alex and Emma "Alex and Emma" rated pg-13
Alex (Luke Wilson)is an author who is faced with writers block after borrowing money to gamble from very questionble quys!! They have trashed his computer so he hires a stenographer, Emma (Kate Hudson) to take is dictation, he must complete his manuscript in 30 days. His tale of a romantic triangle takes place in the early 1920s but she challenges his ideas, and soon the real life imitates the writing. A little slow in parts, also stars David Paymer, Sophia Marceau, Rip Taylor, Cloris Leachman and Chino XL. Written by Jeremy Leven and directed by Rob Reiner.
28 Days Later "28 Days Later" rated r
After breaking into a primate research lab, a group of people set free caged chimps and find they are subjected to an attack from the enraged chimps, who carry a disease called rage which is fatal. 28 days later Jim (Cillian Murphy) wakes up from a coma in a deserted intensive care unit in London. He is horrified to discover only dead bodies, he finally meets a few people, but it is a real fight to keep away the infected people. Also stars Noah Huntley, Naomie Harris, Christophe Dunne, and Toby Sedgwick. Directed by Danny Boyle.
The Dancer Upstairs "The Dancer Upstairs" rated r
A policeman Augstin Rejas(Javier Bardem), used to be a lawyer, is given a case to investigate a known terrorist Ezequiel (Abel Folk) who hasn't been photographed but plans lots of terrorist acts and has a lot of followers. He falls for a dancing teacher of his daughter, and finds she is a follower of Ezequiel. Based on novel by Nicholas Shakespeare, it also stars Juan Diego B otto, Laura Morante, and Marie-Anne Verganza. Directed by John Malkovich.
Bend if Like Beckham "Bend if Like Beckham" rated pg-13
Jess (Parminder Nagra) is the daughter of orthodox Sihks wo are trying to raise her in their time-honored tradition. Jess loves to play soccer, she is hoping to play professionally, like her hero, David Beckham. She is asked to play on a womens soccer team, but has to hide it from her parents, she also falls for the coach of the team. This is a delightful movie!! Also stars Shaznay Lewis, Frank Harper, Ameet Chana, and Juliet Stevenson. Written and directed by Gurinder Chadha.
Hollywood Homicide "Hollywood Homicide" rated pg-13.
Joe Gavilan (Harrison Ford) and K.C. Calden (Josh Hartnett) are two LAPD detectivies who moonlight in other fields, Gavilan in real estate and Calden is a wannabe actor. Their cell phones are always ringing, even in the middle of a murder investigation of a rap group, possibly planned by Sartain (Isaiah Washington), a famous rap label boss. Lots of action and some parts are really funny, different movie for Harrison Ford. Also cameo roles by Loud Diamond Phillips and Frank Sinatra Jr. Directed by Ron Shelton.
Finding Nemo "Finding Nemo" rated g
A fish tries to rescue his son when he wanders off in the huge ocean!! Nemo's dad (Albert Brooks) is an over protective father to Nemo (Alexander Gould), who lost his mother before he was born. Nemo is captured by a fisherman and put in a dentist's office in a fish tank. Dad takes off to find him and meets Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) along the way. Lots of laughs and really a lot of imagination. Also stars Barry Humphries, Willem Dafoe, and Allison Hanney. Directed by Andrew Stanton.
The In-Laws "The In-Laws" rated pg-13
When prospective fathers-in-law Steve Tobias (Michael Douglas) and Jerome Peyser (Albert Brooks) meet for the first time it is instant dislike. Jerome, a compulsive personality, does not like Steve, a cia agent, who is always entering and exiting very dramatically. Jerry suddenly finds himself embroiled in Steves' life and some really dangerous adventures. lots of laughs. Also stars Candice Bergen, Ryan Reynolds, and Glen MacDonald. Written and directed by Andrew Fleming.
Bruce Almighty "Bruce Almighty" rated pg-13
Bruce Nolan (Jim Carrey) is a human interest reporter in Buffalo, New York who wants to be more. His girlfriend, Grace, (Jennifer Aniston) lives with him and their dog. On the worst day of his life he ridicules God and God responds. He appears in human form (Morgan Freeman) and gives Bruce his divine powers to see if he can do any better. Lots of laughs also... Also stars Catherine Bell and Lisa Ann Walter. Directed by Tom Shadyac.
The Italian Job "The Italian Job" rated pg-13.
A remake of 1969 movie about a plan to steal a large gold shipment. Charlie Croker (Mark Wahlberg) and his mentor, John (Donald Sutherland) want to pull of one more heist, millions of dollars in gold. They have a computer wiz, Lyle (Seth Green), and Steve Frezelli (Edward Norton) who double crosses them. Exciting scenes and lots of Mini Coopers that are small enough to travel on the sidewalks. Also stars Charlize Theron, Mos Def and Jason Statham. Directed by F. Gary Gray.
Wrong Turn "Wrong Turn" rated R
Chris (Desmond Harrington) hits a jam up on the highway on his way to a very important job interview. He takes a side road in West Virginia and crashes into a carload of young people.Jessie(Eliza Dushku) and her friends are stunned when they find their tires are cut with barbed wire. Left carless, they start on foot to look for a phone. After going deeper into the woods, they happen on a house, which finds many horrible things and three very grisly men. Special effects are great and lots of surprises. Also stars Jeremy Sisto, Emmanuelle Chriqui and Kevin Zegers. Written by Alan B McElroy and Directed by Rob Schmidt. Loved this one, not for everyone.

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