Sunday, December 02, 2007

Film Gudie Friday

Have to say sorry for beging two days late but these film are still beging show thought out the week, now i have to remover the DFT film on the line up because i am posting this on a sunday but the films are playing thought out the week.

Unless the film suck and get pulled from the line-up for a better film or even more sucker film.

so here is the new films this week.


Hayden Christensen plays a man undergoing surgery for a heart defect who experiences anesthetic awareness -- his body is numb but his brain can process what's happening to him during the operation. However, only he realizes something is wrong.

"O Jerusalem"[R]:

The story of the birth of Israel is told from the perspectives of two longtime friends in New York City: a Jew (JJ Feild) and an Arab American (Said Taghmaoui). The cast assembled by director Elie Chouraqui includes Ian Holm as Ben Gurion and Tovah Feldshuh as Golda Meir.

Playing at the Maple Art


A montage of stories about U.S. soldiers fighting in the Iraq conflict. The film focuses on the modern forms of media covering the war.

started showing last week but i for to put it.
and playing at the Biringham 8

Holly (R)

Set in Cambodia, depicts child prostitution through the non-sexual, complex relationship between Holly, a beautiful 12-year-old Vietnamese girl, and Patrick, an obsessive 40-year-old American stolen artifacts dealer.

New films at the Cinemark Movies 16[A.K.A. the discount theaher] in warren.

P2 (R) [it a quick stinker]

and playing everywhere Next week

The Golden Compass (PG-13)

Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig star in a fantasy adventure of parallel worlds, witches, warring bears and shape-shifting animals.

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