Friday, April 27, 2007

Film Gudie Friday


a thriller starring Nicolas Cage as a man who has the ability to see into the future.

Rated PG-13.

"The Condemned,"

wrestler Steve Austin is a death-row prisoner who finds himself the star of a televised survival game.

Rated R.

The Invisible

Attacked and left for dead, a young man's spirit finds himself trapped in limbo--not quite dead but invisible to the living.

Rated PG-13.

"Kickin' It Old Skool,"

Jamie Kennedy wakes from a 20-year coma and tries to revive break-dancing.

Rated PG-13.

Playing at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak:

"Year of the Dog,"

Molly Shannon is a single woman whose life begins to fall apart when her beloved dog dies.

Rated PG-13.

Playing at the Maple Art Theater in Bloomfield Hills:

Something to Cheer About

"Something to Cheer About is the story of the Crispus Attucks Tigers and the coach who spurred them on to become the first all-black high school basketball team to win a U.S. state championship. In 1955, Oscar Robertson and his teammates at the segregated Crispus Attucks High School rose from the segregation of the time to be the first all-black team ever to win a state championship. With their innovative style of playing, this brilliant group of athletes changed basketball forever. The documentary tells this story of the coach, school and team that inspired the nation. Coach Crowe created a team that ignited the talents of Harlem Globetrotter Hallie Bryant, All American Basketball Player Willie Merriweather, and of course NBA MVP Oscar Robertson, among others who went on to break down color barriers in professional sports by shaking-up stereotypes and racist attitudes of the 1950s.

Not Rated.

Could'nt Find the Trailer on You tube.

Playing at the DFT at the DIA:


An Italian film made in 1962 and shown here for the first time. It's about a factory worker visiting his family in Sicily, where he gets drawn into criminal activity.

Not rated.

Playing at the Cinemark Movies 16
[A.K.A. the Discount Theater]


Next Week new Films

there only one Film that is Opening Every where Next Week


Rated PG-13.

There is One More Film opening Next week

Lucky You

Eric Bana stars as a high-stakes card player who sets out to win the World Series of Poker--and the affections of Drew Barrymore.

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