2005 November Movies

Beneath Still Waters

Beneath Still Waters

    • R
    • 92 min
    • Horror

    In 1965, in Northern Spain, a dam will be built to bring progress to the location of Desbaria and the town of Marienbad is near to be completely flooded. Two boys, Teo and Luis, cross the security boundary to play in the evacuated town and Teo listen to voices in the abandoned church. They find a group of strange people chained in the watered basement, Teo releases their leader Mordecai Salas and is killed by him. Forty years later, in the celebration of the fortieth anniversary of Debaria Dam, the teenager Antonio vanishes in the lake while swimming with his girlfriend Susana and their friend Clara Borgia. The police divers, with the support of the outsider cameraman journalist Dan Quarry that is filming the submerged Marienbad to write a matter about the town, try unsuccessfully to find the body. When eerie things happen in the spot, Dan and the local journalist and daughter of the builder of the dam Teresa Borgia disclose dark secrets about Marienbad, Salas and his evil cult of the power of the flame. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

    Best Friends

    Best Friends

      • Unrated
      • 88 min
      • Drama

      Beth Ferrier is happy in her life - fulfilled as a wife and mother, living in a beautiful home in a safe and tranquil neighborhood. Claudia Hartnell lives across the street and seems to be the perfect best friend - kind, compassionate, and a good listener. Nobody would ever guess that behind Claudia's charming facade lies an insatiable desire to live an idealized life. Nobody would suspect that her relentless childhood obsession is about to turn to murderous rage. Claudia wants everything that Beth holds dear and will use any means necessary to take it all away from her best friend. Written by Anonymous

      Blackmail Boy

      Blackmail Boy

        • NONE
        • 100 min
        • Drama

        A small Greek town is the setting for a delirious black comedy combining early Almodovar with Dynasty to achieve a twisted tale of dubious morality, infidelity, and murder.

        Bobby: Love and Lust

          • Romance

          A girl elopes with her boyfriend only to get caught in a web of sex, lies, and deceit.

          Bubba's Chili Parlor

            • Unrated
            • 9 min

            An homage to the 70's Drive-In B-movie horror film experience. Fake commercials and intermissions bookend a zombie horror story about Bubba, owner of the rural Texas restaurant, which becomes overrun with the walking dead after unwittingly feeding them chili made with beef infected with a mutated strain of Mad Cow Disease.

            - Written by

            Anonymous

            Bubba's Chili Parlor

            Bubba's Chili Parlor

              • Unrated
              • 84 min
              • Horror

              An homage to the 70's B-movie Drive In theater experience, including fake intermissions and commercials. The film itself is zombie horror: Bubba's Chili Parlor, a restaurant in rural Texas, becomes ground zero for a worldwide zombie epidemic after Bubba unwittingly serves chili infected with a mutated strain of Mad Cow Disease.

              - Written by

              Joey Evans

              Camarón: When Flamenco Became Legend

              Camarón: When Flamenco Became Legend

                • Unrated
                • 119 min
                • Biography

                The movie will cover the life of Camarón de la Isla (Jaenada), the legendary Spanish flamenco cantaor, from his beginning until his death. It tells around the relationships Camarón de la Isla struck up with people such as his wife La Chispa (Sánchez) and guitarists Paco de Lucía, Tomatito and Paco Cepero. Written by Joseklo

                Cape of Good Hope

                Cape of Good Hope

                • 68%
                • PG-13
                • 107 min
                • Comedy

                A profoundly optimistic film that arrives on the tenth anniversary of the end of Apartheid, "Cape of Good Hope" is, in the words of writer-director Mark Bamford, "a movie about people just trying to live. It's not about black and white, it's not about politics, but about human beings."

                In the tradition of such rich, multi-layered, difficult-to-categorize films as Ang Lee's "Eat, Drink, Man, Woman," Mira Nair's "Monsoon Wedding," and Robert Altman and John Sayles's sociological slice-of-life pictures, "Cape of Good Hope" beautifully interweaves a number of storylines, all revolving around a Cape Town animal rescue shelter. The new South Africa is revealed in "Cape of Good Hope," a colorful and vibrant mosaic of love and hope.

                The faces of Hope are: Jean Claude (Eriq Ebouaney of Raoul Peck's award-winning film, "Lumumba"), a refugee from war-torn Congo who finds himself torn between love and the promise of asylum in the West; Lindiwe (Nthati Moshesh), a single mother and housekeeper trying to make a life for herself and her son while finding a way out of the township once and for all; Sharifa (Quanita Adams) and Habib (David Isaacs), a young Muslim couple unable to have children of their own yet desperate to have a family; Morne (Morne Visser), a recently widowed vet who wants to believe that true love can strike twice; and Kate (Debbie Brown), the emotionally guarded founder of the animal shelter, who seems to relate better to stray dogs than to people.

                "Cape of Good Hope" is the first feature film written and directed by Mark Bamford-award-winning director of the short film, "Hero"-along with his wife, co-writer and producing partner, Suzanne Kay. Themselves recent transplants to South Africa, the couple found inspiration for "Cape of Good Hope" through their experiences working as volunteers with children and refugees.

                Child of Mine

                Child of Mine

                  • Unrated
                  • 98 min
                  • Thriller

                  An Alberta small-town police chief officially finds no suspect in the bloody stabbing to death of 'working girl' Jane McGill. Her daughters are adopted two years later, trough his friend Alvin, by a London couple who don't qualify yet for a correct procedure. Grace, the eldest, behaves viciously to Tess Palmer, who gave up her psychotherapist job to become their full-time mother, yet as sweetly as her little sister to new father Alfie Palmer, a struggling entrepreneur, but aggressively too toward his son Charlie, from an earlier marriage, and his grandmother. Whe the strain on the marriage becomes unbearable, Tess takes Grace to Alberta to examine suspicions about a dark past arisen during written overseas contacts. Written by KGF Vissers

                  Christmas in the Clouds

                  Christmas in the Clouds

                  • 69%
                  • PG
                  • 96 min
                  • Comedy

                  Kate Montgomery's film is a lighthearted tale that features an almost entirely Native American cast, and a refreshing take on tribal culture. Ray (Tim Vahle), the overly conscientious manager of his tribe's new luxury resort, finds that an anonymous critic has booked a suite for the holidays.

                  Determined to get a good review, Ray has his work cut out for him. His chef (Graham Greene) doesn't want to cook meat, his loyal assistant (Sheila Tousey) is distracted by a particularly juicy romance novel, his handyman (Jonathan Joss) is busy flirting with the ski bunnies, his housekeeping staff has decided to turn the hotel into a daycare center and his father, a retired chief (Sam Valhos) just wants to win the Jeep Cherokee at the Christmas bingo. When a beautiful and mysterious young woman (Mariana Tosca) arrives from New York, she's mistaken for the critic, while the real one (M. Emmett Walsh) encounters one problem after the next.