for September 26
  • Miracle at ST. Anna

    Spike Lee’s look at an actual all-black unit during WWII and what happens trapped behind enemy lines in Italy, and how that affects the present
  • Nights in Rodanth

    Richard Gere, Diane Lane, a weekend romance … what more do you need?
  • Eagle Eye

    Shia LaBoef and Rosario Dawson are fugitives on the run!

    If you’re a fan of the series, you’ll get full value from the movie in which Carrie Bradshaw and her pals Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda pick up a few years after we last saw them on the small screen. Chris Noth is back as Big, and there is a wedding in the works … or is there? Best thing I can say for the movie is that I was not a fan of the TV series – didn’t hate it, just ignored it – but I picked up the thread of the movie story and enjoyed it despite myself. Rated 18A.


    Ewan McGregor stars as an accountant who gets caught up in what at first seems to be a sex club, and later becomes a murder. This movie isn’t certain what it’s supposed to be – a whodunit or a character study. It doesn’t do well at either one. Hugh Jackman also stars, but none of the characters is really believable. Didn’t work for me. Rated 14A.


    George Clooney stars in a story about the beginning of pro football in the United States. Clooney is Dodge Connolly, and his plan is to recruit a top college ballplayer into his slap-together league to try to attract public interest. Rene Zelwegger is a fast-talking reporter, the dialogue is great and so is the period … but for all that, this one didn’t do much business. Rated 14A.


    Yes, there’s some sex, and yes, it happens in the city, but overall, this is a good yarn with a good outcome – and you don’t have to be well-versed in the genre to like it – and you don’t have to be female either.

Young Frankenstein (1974):
Madeline Kahn, Marty Feldman (as Igor), Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle as the monster, and Terri Garr offer up what is still the best-ever spoof of the genre. Directed by Mel Brooks, and rated one of the 50 best comedies of all time.
  • Ghost Town

    Ricky Gervais is fabulously funny as a man who dies, is revived, and now sees ghosts
  • Lakeview Terrace

    Samuel L. Jackson is scary as the bad neighbour terrorizing a newly moved in couple
  • My Best Friend's Girl

    Standard romantic comedy, hardly worth the effort
  • Igor

    Very funny send-up of horror films, but not good for very young children.
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