for May 30
  • Sex and the City

    All the TV cast is back including Mr. Big, and a wedding is in the offing
  • The Strangers

    Scott Speedman and Liv Tyler star in a horror-chiller about a different kind of home invasion.
  • 1 .RAMBO:

    John Rambo is 60 now (coincidentally, so is Sylvester Stallone), working in a little motorboat repair-and-river guide business in Thailand, and a long, long way from his last big adventure … when a group of Christian aid workers try to hire him to take them upriver – into very dangerous country. The story is on … Stallone is in great shape, the movie is extremely violent, and the story is pretty thin … but let’s face it – who goes to a Rambo movie for the dialogue? I liked it! Rated 18A.

  • 2. CLEANER:

    A good cast, an interesting story, albeit a thin one, and a reasonable premise make this film an interesting experience. Not distributed widely in Canada outside of a couple of film festivals, it’s a crime drama in which Samuel L. Jackson plays a guy who works for the police cleaning up crime scenes … and he realizes he may have cleaned too much. Ed Harris and Evan Mendes co-star. Rated 18A.


    A heartbreaker in which John Cusak stars as a father of two young girls whose mother is in the armed forces in Iraq. She is killed, and he is unable to break the news to the kids … so he embarks with them on and extensive road trip to help come to grips with what has happened. Rated 14A.

  • Rick´s Pick: Rambo:

    The kill count here is 236, the most for any Rambo film. Stallone also wrote and directed. It’s a good look at Myanmar and its evil politics, given the current situation there.

Shot in the Fraser Valley, Stallone did most of his own stunt work and broke three ribs in a fall off a cliff.
  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

    Easy to like, a little hard to love, this one has the same texture as the other three Indie movies because it’s done on film instead of digitally. Good story, Harrison Ford is fine. What’s not to like?
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