2000 November Movies (By Date)

For the Birds

For the Birds

    • Unrated
    • 3 min
    • Animation

    This animated short starts with a group of small birds perched together on a telephone wire. When a much larger and awkward-looking bird arrives, the smaller birds reject him with taunts and insults. Still, he persists in trying to win their friendship, until at last the smaller birds decide to shove him from their perch. Only too late do they discover that there may be a problem with this plan. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <[email protected]>

    Lan yan huo

      • Unrated
      • 88 min
      Charlie's Angels

      Charlie's Angels

      • 68%
      • PG-13
      • 98 min
      • Action

      Natalie (Cameron Diaz), Dylan (Drew Barrymore) and Alex (Lucy Liu) are a trio of elite private investigators armed with the latest in high-tech tools, high-performance vehicles, martial arts techniques and a vast array of disguises. Alongside faithful lieutenant Bosley (Bill Murray), the Angels must track down a kidnapped computer ace and keep his top-secret voice-idendification software from faling into the wrong hands -- foiling an elaborate murder-revenge plot that could not only destroy individual privacy worldwide, but spell the end of Charlie and his Angels.

      Im Juli.

      Im Juli.

        • 99 min
        • Adventure

        Can Daniel follow the sun from Hamburg to the Bosporus by Friday to meet his love?

        Me & Isaac Newton

        • 89%
        • Unrated
        • 110 min
        • Documentary

        Seven of today's top scientist/researchers are the subject of this humourous exploration of real people behind the white lab coats; more about what makes the tick than what they have per-se accomplished. Chosen because the subjects are the very best in their particular fields, featured are Gertrude Elion, Ashok Gadgil, Michio Kaku, Maja Materic, Steven Pinker, Karol Sikora and Patricia C. Wright. Written by Len Massaar

        Boesman & Lena

        Boesman & Lena

        • 50%
        • 90 min
        • Drama

        Intense love and hate bring a man and woman through personal tragedy.

        Godzilla vs. Megaguirus

        Godzilla vs. Megaguirus

          • Unrated
          • 105 min
          • Action

          Godzilla returns to terrorize Japan! This time, however, Japan has two new weapons to defend themselves. The Gryphon, a high-tech ship, and the Dimension Tide, a device that creates artificial black holes! During a test of the Dimension Tide, eggs appear in the city of Shibuya and hatch into terrifying Meganurons! These creatures need water to grow and flood the city of Shibuya by breaking underground water veins. As they multiply and grow, they start to feed on the energy of humans. After gathering enough energy, they transform in to giant dragonfly monsters called Meganuras! And now they target Godzilla for energy to feed to the larva of their queen, which eventually hatches into the terrifying 60-meter Megaguirus who also begins to attack Godzilla for his energy. Now a 3-way battle between Godzilla, the Megaguirus, and humans begins! Will Godzilla win? Will humanity survive? Written by <[email protected]>

          Les muses orphelines

          Les muses orphelines

            • Unrated
            • 107 min
            • Drama
            The Edge of Quarrel

            The Edge of Quarrel

              • Unrated
              • 120 min
              • Drama

              Director David Larson's engaging tale follows Brian Johansen (Rocky Votolato), who returns home to Seattle after a four-year stint in college only to find his two best friends, Jason Talbott (John Pettibone) and Chance Linstrom (Dann Gallucci), at war with each other. As Jason and Chance -- who've become the leaders of rival "gangs" -- attempt to draw Brian over to their respective sides, he sets about uniting the feuding factions.

              Songs from the Second Floor

              Songs from the Second Floor

                • 98 min
                • Comedy

                A film poem inspired by the Peruvian poet C├ęsar Vallejo. A story about our need for love, our confusion, greatness and smallness and, most of all, our vulnerability. It is a story with many characters, among them a father and his mistress, his youngest son and his girlfriend. It is a film about big lies, abandonment and the eternal longing for companionship and confirmation.Fredrik Klasson.