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The Whistleblower
Friday September 16th, 2011
Kathryn Bolkovac was a Nebraska police officer trying to cope with losing custody of her children following a marital breakup. When someone offers her a good paying opportunity to join the UN peacekeeping force in post-war Bosnia she agrees and goes to work for Democra a private contractor responsible for…More
Kristin Scott Thomas in Sarah's Key
Wednesday September 7th, 2011
Based on an international best selling novel by Tatiana De Rosnay Sarah's Key is the moving account of a young Jewish girl (Sarah) whose family perishes following the infamous Vel' d'Hiv round up of Jews by the French police in July of 1942. The family is among the thousands of…More
The Guard
Wednesday September 7th, 2011
The Guard is a clever character driven Irish comedy starring Brendan Gleeson as the Guard, Sergeant Gerry Boyle, a local police officer of ambiguous character whose partner mysteriously disappears. Don Cheadle is Wendell Everett, a prim, by-the-book, FBI agent trying to stop a drug smuggling ring with the dubious help…More
Helen Mirren in The Debt
Saturday September 3rd, 2011
The Debt is a remake of a 2007 Israeli film about 3 Mossad agents given a mission to capture a notorious ex-Nazi doctor who experimented on Jewish prisoners in concentration camps and bringing him to Israel to stand trial. The film goes back and forth between the time of the abduction…More
The Future
Thursday September 1st, 2011
The Future is a surreal, melancholic, character study about a daft, young couple sharing a small apartment in California. Jason (Hamish Linklater) ¬†is a nerdy guy who works at home providing computer tech support. Sophie (Miranda July) ¬†is bored both in her relationship with Jason and with her job at…More
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II
Friday August 26th, 2011
It All Ends..........After 10 years and 7 films J K Rowling's saga of the boy wizard and his friends at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft comes to a spectacular conclusion in Deathly Hallows Part II. In IMAX & 3D this film throbs with excitement and great visuals. Daniel Radcliffe and Ralph Fiennes…More
Another Earth
Saturday August 20th, 2011
After serving 4 years in prison for vehicular homicide, young Rhoda Williams (Brit Marling) decides to reach out to the man whose family perished in a collision with the car she was driving. What she finds is a man twisted by grief into an angry recluse (William Mapother). Undaunted she conceals…More
Burt Lancaster in The Leopard
Wednesday August 17th, 2011
Visconti's 1963 classic The Leopard recently underwent restoration and has been playing art houses in the US. Based on a popular novel of the same name the Italian language film won the 1963 Palme d'Or at Cannes. It's one of those Gotterdammerung type films in which an established ruling class…More
The Arbor
Monday August 1st, 2011
On the twentieth anniversary of the death of British playwright Andrea Dunbar, Clio Barnard took a hard look at the young woman and her legacy. The result is a gritty, dark, fascinating glimpse into the troubled life of Dunbar as told from the perspective of contemporaries and her 3 children:…More
Sunday July 24th, 2011
The Rawlings clan is an odd section of humanity. Amos Rawlings (Onur Tukel) appears to be a repressed homosexual who likes to draw pictures of mutilated phalluses when he's not contemplating mutilating himself with a buzz saw. Ezra (Robert Longstreet) is the effeminate, compulsive "mother" surrogate who loves to nag,…More

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