1995 September Movies

Seven

Seven

    • R
    • 127 min
    • Crime

    Gluttony, greed, sloth, envy, wrath, pride, and lust--these are the seven deadly sins that are being punished with unimaginable cruelty and calculation by an enigmatic killer in David Fincher's bleak thriller SEVEN. Set in a perpetually gloomy unnamed city, the film follows Somerset (Morgan Freeman), a retiring police detective, as he experiences his final week on the job, reluctantly working with assertive newcomer Mills (Brad Pitt). When an obese man is found brutally murdered in his home, the seasoned Somerset realizes this is no ordinary killing--someone tortured him because of his appetite. Slayings that reflect the sins of greed and sloth soon follow, leading Somerset and Mills on a desperate search to find the mysterious John Doe, who is responsible for these methodical murders. As the case builds to a startling conclusion, both Somerset and Mills become more involved than they ever could have imagined.

    Hackers

    Hackers

    • 32%
    • PG-13
    • 107 min
    • Action

    A renegade group of elite computer hackers zip through New York City on their rollerblades by day and ride the information highway by night. When one of their laptop invasions makes them the prime suspects in a high-stakes industrial conspiracy, they recruit the best of the cybernet underground to help clear their names.

    Showgirls

    Showgirls

    • 14%
    • NC-17
    • 128 min
    • Drama

    Nomi Malone (Elizabeth Berkley) is a fiercely independent young woman who comes to Las Vegas running from a troubled past. Looking for a break on the Las Vegas Strip, she lands a job as an erotic dancer at the Cheetah Club. But, to make ends meet, she also works as a lap dancer in the club's back room.

    Possessed of a raw and riveting dancing talent, Nomi is soon introduced to the vastly different world of the big Las Vegas shows--and the powerful men and women who run them. Zack (Kyle Maclachlan), the handsome and ambitious entertainment director at the Stardust, could push Nomi into the spotlight. Cristal (Gina Gershon), the glamorous star of the stage show "Goddess," is inexorably drawn to Nomi's beauty and spirit and may make her...or break her.

    As the complex bonds of passion, jealousy and love form between them, Nomi is pulled deeper into the world she so desperately desires.

    To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar

    To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar

    • 42%
    • PG-13
    • 105 min
    • Comedy

    Noxeema Jackson (Wesley Snipes), Vida Boheme Patrick Swayze) and Chi Chi Rodriguez (John Leguizamo) are gonna show America a thing or two about being fabulous. Dressed to kill, with their Dynel tresses tossing in the breeze behind them, these three stars of New York's drag-queen beauty pageant circuit have hit the open road in a 1967 Cadillac convertible. Destination: Hollywood.

    The Prophecy

    The Prophecy

    • 40%
    • R
    • 98 min
    • Horror

    The angel Gabriel comes to Earth to collect a soul which will end the stalemated war in Heaven, and only a former priest and a little girl can stop him.

    The Hate

    The Hate

      • 96 min
      • Drama

      Abdel, a local hoodlum, is hospitalized after a riot, where a policeman lost his gun. His friend Vinz finds it and claims he will kill a cop if Abdel dies.

      The Big Green

      The Big Green

        • PG
        • 100 min
        • Comedy

        In a depressed Texas town, British foreign exchange teacher Anna attempts to inject some life into her hopeless kids by introducing them to soccer. They're terrible at first, but Anna and her football-hero assistant whip them into shape. As they work overtime, the pair help kids build their self-esteem and also get involved in solving family squabbles.

        Once Were Warriors

        Once Were Warriors

          • R
          • 102 min
          • Crime

          A drama about a Maori family in a city New Zealand. Lee Tamahori tells the story of Beth Heke’s strong will to keep her family together during times unemployment and abuse from her violent and alcoholic husband.

          To Die For

          To Die For

          • 87%
          • NONE
          • 106 min
          • Comedy

          Suzanne Stone (Nicole Kidman) is a small town girl with a dream -- to become a famous TV personality - a dream that becomes a nightmare when ambition turns into obsession. Disillusioned with her marriage to Larry (Matt Dillon), she immerses herself in the pursuit of her career and manages to talk her way into a job at the local TV station.

          She decides to produce a documentary about kids and enlists the help of three teenagers who seem to have little hope for the future: Jimmy (Joaquin Phoenix), Russell (Casey Affleck), and Lydia (Alison Folland). Together, they form a powerful and dangerous bond which threatens to blow the lid off of their seemingly idyllic suburban life forever.

          Mighty Aphrodite

          Mighty Aphrodite

          • 77%
          • R
          • 95 min
          • Comedy

          Lenny and Amanda have an adopted son Max who turns out to be brilliant. Lenny becomes obsessed with finding Max's real parents because he believes that they too must be brilliant. When he finds that Linda Ash is Max' real mother, Lenny is disappointed. Linda is a prostitute and porn star. On top of that, she is quite possibly the dumbest person Lenny has ever met. Interwoven is a Greek chorus linking the story with the story of Oedipus.