The web-spinning hero faces a host of villains and personal problems.
Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence.
A poker player (Eric Bana) more lucky at cards than love meets a lounge singer down to her last chips (Drew Barrymore).
Rated PG-13 for some language and sexual humor.
At the Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak
"The TV Set"
The story of a TV pilot as it goes through the network TV process of casting, production and airing. Stars David Duchovny and Sigourney Weaver.
Rated R for language.
Documentary examining why genocides keep occurring -- from the Armenian genocide in 1915, to the Holocaust, Bosnia, Rwanda and now Darfur -- through the eyes and music of the Grammy award-winning rock band System of a Down.
Playing At the Maple Theatre
"The Wind That Shakes the Barley"
Cillian Murphy ("28 Days Later") and Padraic Delaney are Irish brothers torn apart by the 1920s rebellion against the Black & Tans and the British peacekeepers in Ken Loach's account of the beginnings of the Irish Republican Army and the long-lasting Troubles.
playing at the DFT at the DIA
[please note that this is the last films of the DFT Winter/spring season]
"Into Great Silence"
A documentary chronicling 6 months in the lives of monks who have taken a vow of silence in a monastery in the French Alps.
Los Zafiros: Music from the Edge of Time
Music, history, and emotion fuel this dynamic, award-winning tribute to Los Zafiros, the Beatles of 1960s Cuba. Thirty years after their breakup, the two surviving band members, Manuel Galban and Miguel Cancio, reunite in the streets of present-day Havana, a place full of unforgettable songs and memories for them and for their still-loyal fans. Family members, fellow artists, and friends weigh in, creating a stirring and definitive portrait of The Sapphires
A Transcendent Transporting Experience
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also playing at the discount theater the Cinemark Movies 16 in Warren
I THINK I LOVE MY WIFE
THE FACTORY GIRL
Opening up next week
28 Weeks Later
Six months after the rage virus wiped out London, the city rebuilds and re-populates...but the virus is still alive, and deadlier than ever.
Three hapless guys are mistaken for Army Reservists, loaded onto a plane to Iraq, and accidentally ejected somewhere over Mexico.
An underachiever (Zach Braff) must take a job when his pregnant wife (Amanda Peet) quits her high-pressure, big salary career.
Lindsay Lohan, Felicity Huffman and Jane Fonda star as three generations of women who learn about the true ties that bind.