2004 May Movies

Godzilla

Godzilla

    • NONE
    • 79 min
    • Drama

    The original 1954 uncut Japanese version hits U.S. theaters. A 400-foot monster reptile with radioactive breath is revived, thanks to nuclear testing. It goes on a mad rampage, destroying Tokyo - how will they kill it?

    The Football Factory

    The Football Factory

    • 20%
    • R
    • 91 min
    • Crime

    The Football Factory is more than just a study of the English obsession with football violence, its about men looking for armies to join, wars to fight and places to belong. A forgotten culture of Anglo Saxon males fed up with being told they're not good enough and using thier fists as a drug they describe as being more potent than sex and drugs put together.

    "Code Lyoko" Claustrophobia

      • Unrated
      • 26 min
      • Sci-Fi

      X.A.N.A. short-circuits the Kadic cafeteria in order to trap Odd, Ulrich, and bunch of students in an electrified prison. Jeremie, Yumi, and Aelita race to deactivate the tower before it is too late. Meanwhile, Herb becomes jealous of a new student named Theo who is via for Sissi's affection. Written by Anonymous

      "The Powerpuff Girls" A Made Up Story

      • 41%
      • PG-13
      • 30 min
      • Animation
      10 On Ten

      10 On Ten

        • Unrated
        • 88 min
        • Documentary

        10 on Ten is a 2004 Iranian documentary film directed by Abbas Kiarostami. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. Looking to his own art for inspiration, Abbas Kiarostami reflects on his techniques of filming and how he taped certain sequences in Ten in 2001.

        30 Days Until I'm Famous

        30 Days Until I'm Famous

          • 90 min
          • Comedy

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          A Day Without a Mexican

          A Day Without a Mexican

          • 29%
          • R
          • 100 min
          • Comedy

          One morning, California wakes up to find that one third of its population has disappeared. A strange thick pink fog surrouncs the state and communication outside its boundaries is completely cut off. As the day goes by, we discover that the characteristic that links the 14 million disappeared is their Hispanic background. The economic, political and social implications of this disaster threaten the state's way of life. Suddenly disrupted are the lives of Mary Jo Quintana (Flannigan), teacher and housewife; Senator Abercrombie (Getz), hastily promoted to Govenror; Louise McClaire (Watson), ranch owner and agribusiness rep; and Lila Rodriguez (Arizmendi), reporter and apparently the only Latina left behind. For all of them, the cracks in their private lives are forced wide open. As time goes by, the State continues to deteriorate - garbage has taken over the streets and a mood of desperation pervades as the citizens watch the infrastructure start to crumble.

          A Foreign Affair

          A Foreign Affair

            • PG-13
            • 82 min
            • Comedy

            Two Midwest brothers urgently need household help. They decide to join a matchmaking trip to Russia to find and bring home a traditionally minded housewife.

            A Slipping Down Life

            A Slipping Down Life

              • R
              • 111 min
              • Drama

              Based on the novel by Anne Tyler, A Slipping Down Life is the story of the unusual courtship of an awkward young woman and a charismatic singer/songwriter, and the profound effect that their unlikely relationship has on each other’s lives.

              Evie Decker (Lili Taylor) is a painfully timid young woman whose monotonous life consists of living with her reclusive widower father (Tom Bower) and working a dead-end job at a rundown amusement park. Evie’s quiet existence is forever altered when she hears a late-night radio interview with a struggling musician named Drumstrings Casey (Guy Pearce). Evie is fascinated with his seductive voice and sultry lyrics and convinces her best friend Violet (Sara Rue) to go with her to the local roadhouse to see him perform. Seeing him in person, Evie becomes even more mesmerized by the handsome and brooding musician.

              During one of Drum’s shows, Evie’s growing infatuation blends into obsession when she becomes so entranced by his singing that she actually cuts his name into her forehead with a piece of glass. She considers this her first step towards taking more control of her life.

              The incident brings her to Drum’s attention and he and his manager David Elliot (John Hawkes) decide to use her as a marketing gimmick at future shows. Evie’s total faith in Drum’s talent inspires and intrigues him while her role as his "muse" imparts Evie with uncharacteristic self-assurance.

              A physical attraction between Evie and Drum develops as their emotional need for one another becomes more and more apparent. The inspiration they find together to break out from the confines of low expectations and hopelessness as well as the ordinariness of small town life becomes incompatible with the pursuit of their individual dreams. Together or apart they must decide which path will lead to the fulfillment of their newfound strength.

              Another Road Home

              • 75%
              • Unrated
              • 79 min
              • Documentary

              Shortly after the Six-Day War in 1967, Danae Elon's highly educated parents, noted Israeli author Amos Elon, and former correspondent and literary agent Beth Elon, hired a Palestinian man named Musa, the father of eleven children, to take care of their six month old daughter on a daily basis. It was a job he would continue for the next twenty years until she was grown and he was able to save enough money to send all eight of his sons to America for education and career opportunities. The last time Danae saw Musa, in 1991, he proudly showed her the house he constructed in the Palestinian village of Battir. Then, against the mounting tensions of the Israeli occupation and the Palestinian Intifada, the two families lost track of each other. During that time Danae began to realize how much of an influence Musa had on her life and sought to reconnect with him. Her quest led her from her home in New York to Paterson, New Jersey, then to Battir in the occupied territories, and back to her birthplace in Jerusalem. As they carefully break the silence, the encounters between Danae and Musa's sons, and eventually Musa himself, bring to the surface an emotionally complex story that is ultimately heartwarming and optimistic. Written by Another Road Home publicist Mickey Cottrell or Sarah Greenberg or Michelle Fox