for March 14
  • Doomsday

    Bob Hoskins and Rhona Mitra in a future world run amuck
  • Horton Hears a Who

    Jim Carrey brings the Dr. Suess story to life
  • Never Back Down

    Martial arts movie in which a young teen is bullied … but gets even!

    Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor … now you can see this Oscar-winner and decide for yourself if it’s worth it. Josh Brolin, Tommy Lee Jones and Javier Bardem are all superb in the tension-driven story of money, drugs, and murder. Yes, it’s an incredibly well-acted and well-made picture. Rewarding? I didn’t think so, not when all was said and done. Rated14A.


    Steve Carrell and Juliet Binoche are star-crossed lovers – sort of – in this gentle romance about a single dad, a widower (Carrell) who finally bumps into a woman who just might be interesting – it’s at a family reunion, and the chance meeting happens while he’s in town picking up a few things. He gets back to learn that his brother has met and is dating the girl of his dreams … and it’s guess who? Sappy, but I liked it a lot. Rated PG.

  • 3. BEE MOVIE:

    If Jerry Seinfeld, Kramer, Elaine, and George had all been honeybees, they would have looked like the ones in this animated feature – NOT! Although the photography is stunning, and the bee stuff is fun, and Jerry voices the bee that looks like him, this little film really doesn’t go anywhere. It’s a good enough rental, but beyond that, not too much! Raged G.

  • Rick´s Pick: No Country for Old Men:

    No choice here .. the advantage with the DVD is that you can go back and watch the closing scenes a couple of times … and I’m sure you’ll still wonder how it ended.

Walter Matthau is the title character here as a group of hoodlums rob a small town bank and find that there’s a lot more money than they expected … turns out it belongs to the mob. As the folks in No Country for Old Men, and The Bank Job will tell you, this is not a good thing!
  • 10,000 Years B.C.

    A slow start but a great, epic tale for this special-effects-laden story of a quest, mystical peoples, and strange beasts. Great movie!
  • The Bank Job

    Good action and a great performance from Jason Statham as a crook who tries to go straight
  • College Road Trip

    Standard formulaic comedy for Martin Lawrence seeking out a college for his daughter.