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    A Farewell to Fools

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Mar 7, 2014

    Harvey Keitel and Gerard Depardieu WWII period comedy.
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    Life of Pi [Blu-ray 3D]

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Mar 12, 2013

    Pi Patel finds himself stranded on a lifeboat with the only other survivor - a ferocious Bengal tiger
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    Life of Pi - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Mar 12, 2013

    Pi Patel finds himself stranded on a lifeboat with the only other survivor - a ferocious Bengal tiger
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    Life of Pi [Blu-ray]

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Mar 12, 2013

    Pi Patel finds himself stranded on a lifeboat with the only other survivor - a ferocious Bengal tiger
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    Life of Pi

    Type: Event | Date: Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012

    Yann Martel's novel of a boy and a tiger comes to life with Ang Lee directing.
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    Potiche

    Type: Event | Date: Friday, Mar 25, 2011

    Francois Ozon again directs Catherine Deneuve, who herself again works with Gérard Depardieu in this ensemble comedy.
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    The Man In The Iron Mask (w/DVD)[Blu-ray]

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, May 11, 2010

    The three musketeers reunite to put the real Louis the XIV back in power after he is shamlessly bound and hidden by his twin brother
  • Whoopi Goldberg Collection: 4 Film Favorites

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 12, 2010

    Includes:Clara's Heart (1988), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Made in America (1993), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Corrina, Corrina (1994), MPAA Rating: PG Bogus (1996), MPAA Rating: PG Clara's Heart In this sentimental coming-of-age drama, directed by Richard Mulligan (To Kill a Mockingbird) and written by Mark Medoff (Children of a Lesser God), Whoopi Goldberg plays Clara Mayfield, whom Leona Hart (Kathleen Quinlan) meets up with in Jamaica, where Leona retreats to mourn the death of her baby daughter. Leona comes from a rich Maryland family and she leaves her husband, Bill (Michael Ontkean), and her young son, David (Neil Patrick Harris), back in the States in order to achieve some personal healing. She tells Clara she is in mourning and Clara responds knowingly, "I knew the fact, but not the substance." Hearing this kind of cryptic Charlie Chan-like aphorism, Leona can't resist Clara and hires her as her maid, taking her back with her, like a pet, to Maryland. "Come meet the most wonderful person," she tells her husband, and, to be sure, Clara is out-of-this-world wonderful, and since David's self-absorbed parents are neglecting him for their own private flirtations and obsessions, Clara takes up the slack and becomes, in effect, David's family. Clara dispenses worldly advice and has him spend weekends with her in the inner-city Jamaican community, where David learns how the other half lives. But just as David is letting his guard down and permitting Clara to become his 30-year-old buddy, Clara reveals a chilling past life that includes rape, incest, and suicide. ~ Paul Brenner, All Movie Guide Made in America Richard Benjamin directed this farce that plays like "Guess Who's Coming for Insemination?" Whoopi Goldberg stars as Sarah Matthews, who runs an African-American oriented bookstore in Oakland. She is raising her daughter, a beautiful high school student named Zora (Nia Long), on her own after her husband's death many years earlier. As a result of a science class blood test, Zora discovers that the man she thought was her father actually wasn't. Instead Zora finds she was the result of artificial insemination. After researching the sperm bank's records, Zora discovers, much to the surprise of Sarah and herself, that the anonymous sperm donor is in fact, Hal Jackson (Ted Danson), a loud, crude obnoxious (and white) used-car dealer who advertises on late-night television. Zora visits Hal while he is filming a commercial and Hal brushes her off. Enraged, Sarah tells Hal off, but after meeting Zora he now feels a paternal itch. Not only that, but he is beginning to feel an attraction to Sarah. ~ Paul Brenner, All Movie Guide Corrina, Corrina In this comedy-drama set in the late 1950s, Manny Singer (Ray Liotta) is a songwriter who makes his living penning jingles for radio and television commercials. Manny's wife has recently died, leaving him an emotionally broken man; Manny buries himself in his work rather than deal with his grief. His young daughter Molly (Tina Majorino) is taking it even harder; since her mother's passing, Molly has refused to speak. Manny realizes that he needs help taking care of the house and looking after Molly, so he places an ad looking for a maid who can double as a nanny. After a long series of unsuitable applicants, Manny meets Corrina Washington (Whoopi Goldberg), who isn't much on cooking, cleaning, or domestic chores -- but who strikes an immediate chord with Molly. Corrina gets the job, and her vivacious, unconventional personality brings the joy of living back to the Singer home. A romance also begins to bloom between Manny and Corrina, though Manny quickly discovers that being in an interracial relationship in 1959 is not always easy or pleasant. Joan Cusack and Don Ameche highlight the supporting cast. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide Bogus Albert Franklin (Haley Joel Osment) is the son of stage magician Lorraine Franklin, and has learned to do a few magic tricks of his own. However, when his mother dies and he is sent to live with his aunt Harriet (Whoopi Goldberg), it becomes clear that for him the boundary between stage magic and the real kind is just a bit fuzzy. This is fortunate, because the young man needs a friend. The friend magically appears in the form of a spirit (Gerard Depardieu) calling himself "Bogus," who helps him figure out how to meet the challenge of relating to his very preoccupied aunt. She is more concerned with keeping her restaurant supply company afloat than she is with her new ward. Things change when she, too, catches a glimpse of the spirit. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide
  • Hello Goodbye - DVD

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010

    A couple find they're fish out of water when they journey back to their ancestral homeland in this comedy from France. Alain (Gerard Depardieu) is a successful doctor in his mid-fifties who has been married to Gisele (Fanny Ardant) most of his adult life. Alain and Gisele have grown tired of life in Paris; looking for a change and eager to embrace their Jewish heritage, they decide to pull up stakes and move to Tel Aviv. While the couple are excited at first about their new life, fate puts a damper on their enthusiasm; the flat they rented is not at all what they expected, their baggage gets lost en route, and they find that most of the locals don't take their mid-life embrace of Judaism very seriously (especially when word gets around that Alain has never been circumcised). Alain is especially upset when a job at a hospital he'd been counting on falls though, and to add insult to injury Gisele soon strikes up an uncomfortably close friendship with a handsome young rabbi (Lior Ashkenazi). ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
  • Dirty Deeds/Crime Spree

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010

    Includes:Dirty Deeds (2002), MPAA Rating: R Crime Spree (2003) Dirty Deeds Directed by David Caesar, Dirty Deeds is an Australian crime picture inspired by real-life Sydney mobsters, and is set in the Sydney crime underworld of 1969. Bryan Brown stars as Barry Ryan, a prominent gangster whose ruthlessness rivals some of the toughest in the trade. He lives with his downbeat wife, Sharon (Toni Collette), and their son, but spends the majority of his time either with fellow mobsters or his mistress, Margaret (Kestie Morassi). Ryan's business is threatened when a Chicago Mafia boss dispatches two of his goons to scope out the poker machine scene for a potential takeover. Tony (John Goodman) and Sal (Felix Williamson), however, are lost when it comes to Australian culture, and stick out like a sore thumb. Negotiating with the Americans will be difficult enough for Barry, but the real blow comes when he learns that one of his own gang members has been deceitful. ~ Tracie Cooper, All Movie Guide Crime Spree The directorial-debut of screenwriter Brad Mirman (Truth or Consequences, N.M.), Crime Spree stars Gerard Depardieu as Daniel, the head of a trio of French crooks who cross the pond for a job in Chicago. Unfortunately, what was to have been a routine heist turns ugly when Daniel and his cohorts realize that they've ripped off Zammeti (Harvey Keitel), the head of a powerful crime family. Before they know it, the threesome find themselves strangers in a strange land being hunted by both the mafia and the FBI. Co-starring Johnny Hallyday, Renaud, and Saïd Taghmaoui, Crime Spree had its premiere at the 2003 Valenciennes Film Festival. ~ Matthew Tobey, All Movie Guide
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