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"Washington Heights" rated R
A talented artist must run his fathers grocery, after his father is robbed and seriously injured. He is not happy but feels a sense of duty. Stars Tomas Milian, Manny Perez, Judy Reyes, and Callie Thorne
 
"Gerry" rated R
Two Men (Casey Affleck and Matt Damon) drive a desert highway, come to the end of the road, then hike for miles and miles. They loose their way and hike for more miles.... Directed by Gus Van Sant.
"No Good Deed" rated R
Three theives hold a policeman hostage as they polt to steal $10 million dollars from a bank. Based on a short story by Dashiell Hammett. Stars Samuel L Jackson, Milla Jovovich, Stellan Starsgard, and Joss Ackland. Directed by Bob Rafelson.
 
"The Battle of Shaker Heights" rated pg-13.
High school senior Kelly Ernswiler, wwii is his true passion. When he meets fellow war reenactment ethusiast Bart Bowland, his life takes a complicated turn. Stars Shia LeBeouf, Elden Henson, Amy Smart, Kathleen Quinlan, and William Sadler. Directed by Efram Potelle and Kyle Rankin.
The Battle of Shaker Heights
"The Safety of Objects" rated R
In a suburban neighborhood, Paul Gold (Joshua Jackson) lies in his bedroom in a coma. His mother, Esther (Glenn Close) tends to him night and day at the expense of her husband Howard(Robert Klein) and their daughter Julie (Jessica Campbell). Another family has a problem with connecting with family members, and becomes romatically involved with his sisters doll. Also stars Mary Kay Place, Esther Gold, and Moira Kelly. Written and directed by Rose Troche.
The Safety of Objects
"L'Auberge Espagnole" rated R
An economics student takes classes in Barcelona, rooms with diverse students and welcvomes his visiting girlfriend. The storey follows Xavier (Romain Duris) a young Frenchman as he arrives in Spain and decides to live in a crowded apartment. He has a series of adventures and romances. Also stars Judith Godreche, Kelly Reilly, and Kevin Bishop. Written and directed by Cedric Klapisch.
 
"The Good Thief" rated R
An aging gambler (Nick Nolte) is down on his luck, using drugs, and decides to rob a casino in Monte Carlo. He does not know that the police have been tipped off and are tailing him. Inspired by the Jean Pierre Melville story "Bob LaFlambeur" this has a surprise ending. Also stars Ralph Fiennes, Tcheky Karyn, and Said Taghmaoul. Directed by Neil Jordan.
The Good Thief
"Heaven" rated R
Partially subtitled. A woman (Cate Blanchett) is frustrated with the police ignoring her pleas for the arrest of a man who caused her husbands death. she takes the law in her own hands and is arrested. An officer (Giovanni Ribisi) falls for her and helps her escape. Also stars Stefania Rocca and Remo Girone. Directed by Tom Tykwer.
Heaven
"The Fourth Angel" rated R
Jack Elgin (Jeremy Irons) is frustrated when his wife and daughter are killed in a terrorist attack and seeks revenge. Also stars Forest Whitaker, Jason Priestley, and Charlotte Rampling. Based on Robin Hunter novel and directed by John Irvin.
 
"The Other Side of Heaven" rated pg
Based on the memoirs of John H Groberg (Christopher Gorham) who served as a Mormon missionary in the remote Tongan islands in the 1950's it tells of his trails and tribulations, coming from a farm in Idaho Falls to a nation who has nothing. He learns a lot, very enjoyable. Also stars Anne Hathaway, Joe Folau, and Nathaniel Lee, Written and directed by Mitch Davis.
The Other Side of Heaven
""Beyond Suspicion" or "Auggie Rose" rated R
An insurance salesman's(Jeff Goldblum) humdrum existence takes a different route when an ex-con, Auggie Rose (Kim Coates) gets shot in a convenience store in front of him. He takes a break from his rich life and lives the life, including girl friend (Anne Heche), and gets a new lease on life. Also stars Joe Santos, Nancy Travis, and Timothy Olyphant. Written and directed by Matthew Tabak.
Auggie Rose
"Biggie and Tupac" rated R.
A documentary about the murders of rappers Nororious B.I.B. (ada Biggie Smalls) and Tupac Shakur and the investigation that follows. It show how corrupt their lives were and whether the murders were connected. Distributed by Lions Gate Films.
Biggie and Tupac
"Laurel Canyon" rated R
Laurel Canyon is a street that connects Los Angeles to the San Fernando Valley. Jane Bentley(Frances McDormand) is a record producer who lives with her young boyfriend, Ian (Allessandro Nivola) who is recording an album. Jane's conservative son, Sam (Christain Bale) and his fiance, Alex (Kate Beckingsale) decide to move to Los Angeles after they graduate from Harvard. Sam hates his mothers' lifestyle but his fiance is inticed into it. Chaos follows. Also stars Natascha McElhone, Lou Barlow, and Alexandra Carter. Directed by Lisa Cholodenko.
Laurel Canyon
" Victory" rated R
It is the story of Axel Heyst(Willem Dafoe) who lives an unconventional life in the Dutch East Indies port of Surabaya in 1913. An all women orchestra visits the hotel and plays for the guests. Alma (Irene Jacob) is sold to the hotel owner and asks Axel for help to escape. Lots of mystery. Also stars Sam Neill, Ho Yi, and Simon Callow. Based on novel by Joseph Conrad and directed by Mark Peploe.
 
"Spy Kids" rated pg-13
The children of secret-agent parents (Antonie Banderas and Carla Gugino) discover their parents true vocation and adventure follows. Also stars Alexa Vega, Daryl Savara, Teri Hatcher, and Cheech Marin. Written and directed by Robert Rodriguez. 1 1/2 M&M
Spy Kids
"Wild Iris" rated R
A woman(Laura Linney) and her teenage son (Emile Hirsch) move back in with her mother (Gene Rowlands) to work together in a family birdal business. Mother cannot not act like the mother and things come apart. Also stars Fred Ward, Amy Stewart, and Lee Tergesen. Written by Kent Broadhurst and directed by Daniel Petrie.
 
"Narc" rated R.
When there are no more leads ina homicide invesigation, Sgt Nick Tellis (Jason Patric) is lured in to help solve the case, he goes to work with Sgt Henry Oak (Ray Liotta) but there are some bad cops aboard. Also stars Chi McBride, Dan Leis, and Karen Robinson. Written and directed by Joe Carnahan.
Narc
"Scotland, PA" rated R
Based on William Shakespeare' MacBeth, the film follows Mac (James Legros) and Pat (Maura Tierney) as they work their way up the food chain - literally. After murdering the owner of a donut shop they work for, Mac and Pat buy the business from their dead boss's sons and start a fast food chain. Really a confusing movie. Also stars Christopher Walken, Andy Dick and Amy Smart. Written and directed by Billy Morrissette.
"Thirteen Conversations About One Thing" rated R
The lives of a lawyer, an actuary, a housecleaner, a professor intersect as they ponder happiness and how one thing can change their lives forever. It really has no plot but an interesting movie. It stars Matthew Mcconaughey, Amy Irving, John Turturro, and David Connelly. Written and directed by Jill Sprecher.
 
"Joe and Max" rated pg-13.
The true story of boxers Joe Louis (Leonard Roberts) and Max Schmeling (Til Schweiger) and their lasting friendship. It takes place during world war II and Max is from Germany. They have a couple of fights but the war has started and Hitler has his own ideas about Max fighting. Also stars Richard Roundtree, David Paymer, and Peta Wilson. Written by Jason Horwitch and directed by Steve James.
 
"The Man from Elysian Fields" rated R.
Byron Tiller (Andy Garcia) is a struggling writer who has one book published, not a success, and an unquestioning wife (Julianna Marguilies) who never questions. Running out of money, Bryon decides to enter a different line of work, an escort service, run by Luther (Mick Jagger), who has an office by his. He encounters a Pulitzer prize winning author and soon finds himself in a strange relationship. Liked this one, also stars James Coburn, Olivia Williams, and Anjelica Huston. Directed by George Hickenlooper.
The Man from Elysian Fields
"Ghost Ship" rated R.
A salvage crew discovers a ship from 1962 floating in the Bering Sea. They go to recover it and strange things happen. Stars Julianna Marguilies, Gabriel Byrne, Isaiah Washington, and Desmond Harrington. Directed by Steve Beck.
Ghost Ship
"The Crime of Padre Amaro" rated R.
Subtittled. A newly ordained peist, Father Amaro (Gael Garcia Bernal) travels to Los Reyes to help Father Benito (Sanco Garcia) with his duties in the church. Once there, he meets Amelia (Ana Claudia Talancon) a beautiful 16 year old with whom he falls in love. He refuses to make their relationship public but uncovers a reltionship between Benito and a local drug lord. Father Amaro had a lot of turmoil in his life and does not deal with it very well. Written by Vicente Lenero and directed by Carlos Carrera.
The Crime of Padre Amaro
"Texas Rangers" rated pg-13.
After the Civil War, Texas leader Leander McNelly )Dylan McDermott) is chosen to lead a group of heroes to fame. One of the men is Lincoln Rogers Dunnison (James Van Der Beek) who seeks revengs agains those who killed his family. They risk their lives to save their homeland from an army of renegade outlaws let by John King Fisher (Alfred Molina). A true western, lots of action but a little hard to follow. Also stars Rachael Leigh Cook, Ashton Kutcher, Robert Patrick, and Randy Travis. Written by Scott Busby and Martin Copeland, directed by Steve Miner.
Texas Rangers
"Master Spy: The Robert Hanssen Story. Rated R.
Based on a true story, Robert P Hanssen (William Hurt) betrays his family, friends, and country by turning over secrets to the enemy for many, many years. Gets into his past and what shaped his life. A little hard to follow but interesting story. Also stars Peter Boyle, Mary-Louise Parker, David Strathairn, and Ron Silver. Written by Norman Mailer and directed by Lawrence Schiller.
 
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