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This Is It
Micheal Jackson's last days are chronicled in this amazing documentary style film. It is the making of his last concert, and throughout the film I could not stop dancing in my seat. Truly amazing is watching MJ move at the age of 50, he danced like a teenager. Fan or not, this is a must see.
The Goods: Live Hard. Sell Hard.
Car sales have never been so zany and twisted. Led by Jeremy Priven, Don "The Goods" Ready and his motley team of characters will do anything to sell cars. Will Ferrell is the executive producer on this film; which is full of his usual antics.
The title may imply that weaponry is involved, but the action in this documentary by George Kachadorian and his wife, Courtney Bent is heart and soul action. A tribute to humanity in all of its splendor, this is the one of the most moving films of the year!
Johnny Depp as one would expect, does not fail to give an outstanding performance as the revered and and celebrated bank robber John Dillinger in acclaimed director Michael Mann's new film Public Enemies.
A Los Angeles reporter befriends Nathaniel Ayers, a homeless man with a Cello. It is a wonderful, true story, with a strong focus on the homelessness in the City of Angels.
Hot, sexy, fast, engaging, yes, I'm talking about Star Trek 2009. With a host of great summer films upon us, this is hands down the very best of the bunch!
Fast & Furious
Hot men and women, cars that shine and sizzle as fly thru city streets, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, and non-stop action!
The Hunting Party
If war is hell, what would you call being a war reporter? Richard Gere and Terrance Howard are journalists who risk life and limb to hunt down the story in the midst of a foreign war.
Sin Nombre documents the dangerous journey of a young Honduran girl named Sayra as she travels through Mexico to find a better life in the United States. Along the way she is united by fate with Casper, a kind young man stuck in the wicked world of gangs and immigrants.
State of Play
State of Play is a star-studded political thriller. The whodunnit and the why comes straight out of current and familiar political headlines. Exciting and engaging, the film's faults are easy to overlook!
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