2007 April Movies (By Date)

Die Wilden Hühner und die Liebe

Die Wilden Hühner und die Liebe

    • Unrated
    • 108 min
    • Comedy

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    Planet Terror

    Planet Terror

      • NONE
      • 105 min
      • Action

      In Rodriguez's "Planet Terror," two doctors find their graveyard shift inundated with townspeople ravaged by sores. Among the wounded is Cherry, a dancer whose leg was ripped from her body. As the invalids quickly become enraged aggressors, Cherry and her ex-boyfriend Wray lead a team of accidental warriors into the night.

      Whole New Thing

      Whole New Thing

        • NONE
        • 92 min
        • Comedy

        "Whole New Thing" centers on precocious 13-year-old Emerson Thorsen (Aaron Webber), home-schooled by hippie parents Kaya and Rog in rural Nova Scotia. When enrolled in the local junior high, Emerson develops a crush on English teacher Don Grant (Daniel MacIvor), a gay man stuck in a life of perpetual adolescence. Produced by veteran film company executive Kelly Bray and award-winning producer Camelia Freiberg ("The Five Senses," "Exotica," "The Sweet Hereafter"), "Whole New Thing" is the second feature film from director and co-writer Amnon Buchbinder. Buchbinder's previous film, "Fishing Trip" (1998) garnered a Genie Award (Canadian equivalent of the Oscars ®) as well as a Toronto International Film Festival berth.

        Into the Arms of Strangers

          • Unrated
          • 93 min
          • Drama

          Three years after receiving brain damage in an accident, a man returns home to discover his life may be a lie. As two lives begin to become clear, he must determine what is actually happening, and more importantly, determine where he belongs. Written by chris harris

          Grindhouse

          Grindhouse

          • 83%
          • R
          • 185 min
          • Action

          Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez are each directing a 60-minute horror tale for "Grindhouse". Rodriguez's part, "Planet Terror," will be a zombie movie, while Tarantino's section, "Death Proof," will a slasher film. Faux trailers and ads will run between the two pics as an intermission.

          The TV Set

          The TV Set

          • 64%
          • R
          • 89 min
          • Comedy

          A hair-raising comedy of art and compromise, "The TV Set" follows an idealistic writer (Duchovny) as he tries to navigate his TV pilot down the mine-laden path from script through production to the madness of prime-time scheduling -- all while trying to stay true to his vision. Along the way he has to juggle the agendas of a headstrong network president (Weaver), volatile young stars, a pregnant wife and an ever-optimistic personal manager.

          Ghost Hoax

          • 85%
          • R
          • 108 min
          • Horror

          Murder and madness envelop a pair of wedding videographers when they rig a hoax in a real haunted house. What is real? What is not real? Only the body in the morgue can reveal the truth about what happened in that house.

          Inside the Locket

            • PG
            • 100 min
            • Drama

            A young girl gets a locket and the previous owner wants it back because of what's inside. Written by Daniel Tadin

            The Hoax

            The Hoax

            • 85%
            • R
            • 116 min
            • Comedy

            "The Hoax," directed by Lasse Hallström, is inspired by true events in the life of Clifford Irving, the writer who nearly pulled off one of the most audacious media scams in history, when his "autobiography" of Howard Hughes was published. Golden Globe Award-winner Richard Gere stars as Irving, who claimed the book was based on in-person interviews he conducted with the reclusive billionaire, which were in fact completely bogus. Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden, Alfred Molina and Hope Davis also star.

            The Sword of Alexander

            The Sword of Alexander

              • PG
              • 110 min
              • Action

              Orichalcum is a mystical metal material that gives great powers to the life form that possesses it. Many Eons ago, the Orichalcum was split into three and landed on Earth. The metal then took the form of three relics: Skanda’s Vajra, Jew’s Cross, and the Sword of Alexander. Anyone able to re-unite these three Orichalcum relics would then obtain the powers of a God. Now two rival aliens are in a heated race to reunite the Orichalcum. They land in Edo era Tokyo where the relics are thought to exist.