for November 21
  • Bolt

    Disney 3-D animated feature about a movie-making dog
  • Twilight

    Vampire tale based on the popular books.
  • 1 .TROPIC THUNDER:

    There was great controversy around this film when it was released in theatres as it was said to make fun of the disabled and handicapped. Please! This satire on war, warfare, and war movies, goes too far in some areas, yes, but to protest in any other way other than by not supporting it is just silly. Ben Stiller, Robert Downey, Jr. as an African-American, and Jack Black are actors in a jungle warfare movie that turns into the real thing. Rated 14A.

  • 2. WALL-E:

    Waste Allocation Load Lifter, Earth Class – a little robot on an earth long ago abandoned, and polluted beyond recognition by a wasteful civilization, goes about his programmed business … but he has developed human emotions – he’s lonely, he longs for romance, and he is … well, cute! Everything changes with EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a female robot from a scout ship shows up … and it becomes a case of boy meets girl, boy loses girl – girl robot that is. A delightful film that speaks to adults and children along with a superb environmental message. Loved it!! Rated PG.

  • 3. OF THE TRAVELLING PANTS 2:

    The original cast of American Ferrera, Alexis Bledel, and Blake Lively is back in a sequel to the original about a pair of jeans that magically fit every one of the girls and brought them into romantic situations … not much pants-magic this time in a more grown-up series of stories, but full value if you liked the original. Rated PG.

  • RICK’S PICK: WALL-E:

    There is no human dialogue until 40 minutes into the movie. This is the first Pixar film to include live action. Great pop culture references!!

ET (1982):
Wall-E owes a small amount of his success to this film, the first to offer up a delightful, kid-friendly alien. It also includes a scene, as in Wall-E, where ET watches a classic black-and-white movie.
  • Quantum of Solace

    The 25th James Bond movie, and the second starring Daniel Craig. Not nearly as much fun as a Bond movie should be, with no humour, no swash, no buckle – just an angry Bond going through the paces – lots of chases, but nothing so dramatic as we have come to expect … and not a trace of James Bond music until the closing credits. Disappointing.
View U.S. TV Online