2001 November Movies

À ma soeur!

À ma soeur!

    • 86 min
    • Drama

    Fat Girl deals with the themes of feminine puberty and sexuality. Filmed in southern France.

    Black Knight

    Black Knight

    • 14%
    • PG-13
    • 95 min
    • Adventure

    Imagine the hijinks that ensue when a fast-talking, disenchanted African American waiter (Martin Lawrence) at a medieval-themed restaurant is transported back through time to the Middle Ages. Once there he teams with an ex-knight and a peasant girl to defeat an evil king. Sounds similar to A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.

    Tape

    Tape

    • 77%
    • R
    • 86 min
    • Drama

    The story follows Vin (Ethan Hawke), who has returned to his hometown, Lansing, Mich., for a film festival. He runs into an old friend, Jon (Robert Sean Leonard), against whom he still holds a grudge for stealing and possibly raping his high-school girlfriend, Amy (Uma Thurman). The two talk all night in a hotel room until Amy arrives.

    Domestic Disturbance

    Domestic Disturbance

    • 23%
    • PG-13
    • 89 min
    • Crime

    A divorced father (John Travolta) learns that the new stepfather (Vince Vaughn) of his 11-year-old son is not the man he claims to be. He sets out to try to save his son from what becomes a life-and-death situation.

    Heist

    Heist

    • 66%
    • R
    • 109 min
    • Action

    Joe Moore (Gene Hackman) plays a jewel thief whose sweet life goes sour when he gets caught on security camera tape. His fence, Bergman (Danny DeVito), reneges on the money he's owed and his wife may be betraying him with the fence's young lieutenant. Moore, his partner Bobby Blane (Delroy Lindo), and their utility man, Pinky Pincus, find themselves broke, betrayed and blackmailed, leaving Moore and his crew forced to do Bergman's one last big job.

    The Wash

    The Wash

    • 8%
    • R
    • 94 min
    • Comedy

    Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre are mismatched roommates who spend their days working at a car wash. Pot smoking and high jinks (pun intended) ensue.

    American Masters Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records

    "American Masters" Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy of Sun Records

      • Unrated
      • 112 min
      • Documentary

      A history of Memphis' Sun Records, the legendary label that started the careers of such rock and country icons as Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and many others. Included are archival footage and interviews with many rock and country artists who either recorded for Sun or knew owner Sam Phillips. Written by [email protected]

      "Tales from the Neverending Story" The Gift of the Name

        • Unrated
        • 375 min
        • Drama
        17 rue Bleue

        17 rue Bleue

          • Unrated
          • 95 min
          • Drama
          Adrift

          Adrift

          • 71%
          • Unrated
          • 89 min
          • Drama