for September 7
  • 3:10 To Yuma

    Russell Crowe in a modern take on the classic western.
  • Shoot Em Up

    Clive Owen protecting a child from mobsters who want it dead.
  • The Brothers Solomon

    A couple of slacker brothers look to help find a woman to have a child with them (don´t ask!).
  • 1. Georgia Rule

    Jane Fonda is Georgia, a grandmother who agrees to take her out–of–control granddaughter (Lindsay Lohan) into her small–town home for the summer. Hard to believe Lohan could play a drug–using, promiscuous, profane teen, but there you go! It isn´t long before the young woman has compromised the morals of a Mormon keeping himself pure before leaving on missionary work, and has turned her mother´s life upside down with allegations of sexual abuse. A most interesting character study with a great performance by Fonda. Rated 14A.

  • 2. Delta Farce

    Well, here we go again... if you like sophomoric humour with an emphasis on the crude and the profane, laced with just enough satire to make this red–neck comedy about good ol´ boys who sign up for Iraq, but get dropped in the Mexican desert instead, then you´re in for a treat. But if you don´t like movies about adults acting dumber than a bag of hammers, you might elect to take a pass. Danny Treijo, one of movie–dom´s best tough guys, is always worth watching, and he´s fine here. Rated PG.

  • 3. Bobby Z

    Paul Walker (The Fast and the Furious) stars in a well–worn plot that has him a dead–ringer for an organized crime kingpin, a switch is made, but everyone is not what they appear to be. Will appeal to shoot–em–up fans of mob movies. I am one of those. Laurence Fishburne co–stars. Rated 14A.

  • Rick's Pick: Georgia Rule

    Garry Marshall´s direction is superb. Lindsay Lohan was cited during production for "discourteous, irresponsible, and unprofessional conduct." Her "spoiled child" behaviour threatened the integrity of the picture. Typecast again!!!

The Flamingo Kid (1984)
Garry Marshall´s first movie as a director, this was the first film to ever receive a PG–13 rating. Matt Dillon stars in a coming–of–age story about a young man boxed–in and unhappy, who finds life at the Flamingo beach club.
  • Halloween

    A vile and profane telling of the next installment in the life of Michael Myers. Far too profane for me to enjoy.
  • Balls of Fury

    Christopher Walken is always worth a look even in a silly ping pong movie such as this.
  • Death Sentence

    Not well–reviewed, I liked Kevin Bacon´s turn here as a father trying to protect his family.