for July 25
  • The X-Files – I Want To Believe

    Mulder, Scully, Vancouver locations, are all back … you don’t need to be a fan to get this one.
  • Step Brothers

    Will Farrell and John C. Riley in an unlikely premise for a comedy
  • 1 .21:

    Kevin Spacey leads a strong cast that includes a very tough Samuel L. Jackson in this based-on-fact story of a group of MIT math students recruited by their professor to go to Las Casinos and cash in big. Jim Sturgess (Across the Universe) is a student in need of the money to make his med school tuition … but soon enough, he gets hooked on the rush. Good film!! Rated 14A.

  • 2. MY BLUEBERRY NIGHTS:

    Norah Jones may be Ravi Shankar’s daughter, and she may have a penchant for music, but here she is a leading lady in her film debut. This is a road picture that focuses on a young woman’s journey across America, looking for a cure for a broken heart. It’s all about the characters she meets during her trip. It’s a film festival movie, but very interesting. Rated 14A.

  • 3. DELIRIOUS:

    Offbeat is the order of the day with this strange little indie picture. Steve Buscemi (Fargo, the Sopranos) stars in an offbeat drama featuring a homeless youth, and a member of the paparazzi. Odd, but interesting. Definitely not mainstream! Rated 14A.

  • RICK’S PICK: 21:

    The real story behind this film is equally interesting … after the action in the movie concludes, several characters go it alone, back in the card-counting business.

Maverick (1994):
Want to see a poker movie? This remake of the ‘60s TV series is one of Mel Gibson’s most understated roles. Based on the TV series that starred James Garner, it’s a great turn on a classic series … Paul Newman was actually offered the role of Bret Maverick before James Garner. Good thing he didn’t take it!
  • The Dark Knight

    Incredible performance by Heath Ledger as the Joker in this superb telling of the next Batman story.
  • Mamma Mia

    Fans of the stage show won’t be disappointed in Meryl Streep’s performance … but Pierce Brosnan’s singing is a different story.
  • Space Chimps

    Strictly kid stuff with this animated film.
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