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  • THE WAY

    Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez on a true story on a modern day pilgrimage

  • IMMORTALS

    From the producers of 300, it’s back to ancient Greece and an epic series of battles
  • JACK AND JILL

    Adam Sandler is Jack in this American Holiday movie about sibling rivalry with his twin sister.
 
  • 1. CHANGE UP:

    Oh no – it’s Freaky Friday all over again … except “R” rated and with two guys.  I warn you … for a comedy with a couple of high-profile stars, this movie is just not very funny.  And it’s a little too raw for even the most edgy of viewers.  Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman, two guys who really ought to know better, star as a pair of buddies who envy each other’s lives –one, the swinging single with a girl in every port, and some port in every girl – that’s Reynolds – and the other a successful lawyer and family man, which is Bateman.  Before you know it, they have switched bodies – can’t say how, but public urination plays a part, and suddenly the single guy has a family and the family guy is single.  Didn’t work for me!  Rated 18A.

  • 2. CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS:

    Director Werner Herzog is an interesting guy – performer, writer, director, producer. He has done such documentaries as “Grizzly Man” about the guy captured on his own tape recording being killed and eaten by a huge bear, and fictional stories such as the Nicholas Cage film “Bad Lieutenant.”  Here he wears his documentary hat with exclusive access to the Chauvet Caves in Southern France which contain some of the earliest relics of human habitation.  This is a haunting and enigmatic piece of work and is not just for historians or archaeologists .. it plays out like a fine drama. Rated PG.   

  • 3. BEETHOVEN’S CHRISTMAS ADVENTURES:

    It’s direct-to-DVD, it’s for kids, and it has a big St. Bernard as its star … just like all the other Beethoven movies.  The story here has a Christmas Elf crashing Santa’s sleigh and losing the magic toy bag.  If Beethoven doesn’t save the day, there will be no Christmas.  John Cleese and Tom Arnold star in this harmless, low-budget tale – the last Beethoven movie was made in Florida, the first in LA and this one?  Winnipeg!  But the kids will love it! Rated G.

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  • 4. CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS

    Watching this film is almost spiritual in nature as Herzog takes us literally into the cradle of humanity.

TAKERS: 

Despite some serious plot holes, this is a pretty good thriller.  Will you see the ending coming?  Probably!

  • TOWER HEIST

    A very funny movie with Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy taking on a ponzi-schemer

  • A VERY HAROLD AND KUMAR 3D CHRISTMAS

    An absolutely horrid, profane and offensive look at the two stoner/slackers in their latest adventure.  It will probably make a fortune!

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