2007 August Movies (By Date)

Icharus Broken

    • Unrated
    • 89 min
    • Drama

    Several lives intertwine in a mixed up tale of love, drugs, murder and betrayal. When Bobby is sent to prison, one thing haunts his thoughts - who ratted him out? Elsewhere, Gerry and his girlfriend are going through a chaotic breakdown. Soon, through the fate and chance, several lives are running into each other in this gut-wrenching drama. Written by Tom Wilton

    Morceaux de conversations avec Jean-Luc Godard

    Morceaux de conversations avec Jean-Luc Godard

      • Unrated
      • 125 min
      • Documentary

      In his meetings with various different people, Jean-Luc Godard develops his thinking about history, politics, the cinema, images and time, and this will lead to his exhibition as an artist at the Pompidou Centre. Jean-Luc Godard’s conversations with Dominique Païni, Jean Narboni, André S. Labarthe, Jean-Marie Straub, Danielle Huillet and Christophe Kantcheff were filmed at his home in Rolle, in his study, at the Fresnoy National Studio for the Contemporary Arts (in front of students) and in the exhibition rooms of the Pompidou Centre.

      The Company

      The Company

        • Unrated
        • 286 min
        • Drama

        Spy vs. spy. Three Yale grads, class of 1954, join their respective countries' secret service. We follow them for 40 years - through the outing of a British spy, the Hungarian revolution, the Bay of Pigs, the scent of moles, and the collapse of the USSR. Fictional characters - Yalies Jack McCauliffe, Leo Kritzky, and Yevgeny Tsipin and Jack's boss Harvey Torriti - rub shoulders with real figures like Kim Philby and James Angleton to tell stories of romance, intrigue, double-crosses, false leads, suicide, execution, and exile - in the name of ideology, patriotism, paranoia, perfidy, and one-upsmanship. Can the CIA claim any credit in the West's Cold War triumph? Written by <[email protected]>

        White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

        White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

        • 100%
        • Unrated
        • 86 min
        • Documentary

        Steven Okazaki presents a deeply moving look at the painful legacy of the first -- and hopefully last -- uses of thermonuclear weapons in war. Featuring interviews with fourteen atomic bomb survivors - many who have never spoken publicly before - and four Americans intimately involved in the bombings, White Light/Black Rain provides a detailed exploration of the bombings and their aftermath.

        Beneath

        Beneath

          • R
          • 82 min
          • Horror

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          Dead Heist

          Dead Heist

            • Unrated
            • 80 min
            • Action

            In Miami, four small time thieves leaded by Ski decide to rob a bank in the small town of Maysville. The lord Hustle demands a 10% commission and sends his experienced bodyguard Ackson to help the gang in their plan. He goes to the target bank to check the security system, but Ski decides to anticipate the plan for that afternoon. They succeed in the heist, but Deputy Kate activates the alarm and one of the criminals shoots Deputy Duff. When the bank is under siege of the police force, they are attacked by weird creatures. The former government agent Hunter comes to the bank and tells that the vampire zombies had been contaminated by an experimental virus developed by the government through the subjects that have escaped from the laboratory, attacking people in the New Moon to feed themselves. The group joins force to survive to the massive attack of the creatures. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

            Bad Reputation

            Bad Reputation

              • R
              • 90 min
              • Drama

              A high school girl wrongly branded as the school slut embraces her 'bad reputation' and takes revenge on the kids who have made her life a living hell.

              Milky Way

              Milky Way

                • Unrated
                • 82 min

                An avant-garde, psychedelic, poetic minimalism, meditative, cartoon-esque sketch of the modern world.

                The Poet

                The Poet

                  • R
                  • 96 min
                  • Drama

                  At the dawn of World War 2, a Rabbi's daughter and a disenchanted German soldier fall in love and are separated by the war. They struggle on a perilous journey to find one another.

                  Still Life

                    • R
                    • 100 min
                    • Comedy

                    Guy Lemon is a still life artist who believes the only reason he hasn't sold a single painting is because he is "too far ahead of his time". In a case of mistaken identity, Guy is believed to be dead and his last work, a half finished pear, is misinterpreted as a naked pregnant woman and hailed as a masterpiece. With the help of Shep, a shyster opportunist with day dreams of his own, Guy embarks on a madcap mission to correct the misperception and show the world his true genius. Along the way, he must overcome deception and delusion to ultimately find self-acceptance and maybe even Love. Written by Atopia