2007 February Movies (By Title)

Country Remedy

Country Remedy

    • PG
    • 100 min
    • Comedy

    In order for big-city doctor Evan Gibbs to get the job of a lifetime, he must spend his summer in the mountains of North Carolina setting up a clinic. The doctor soon discovers what is most important to him and learns to enjoy the simple things in life.

    Crown witness

    Crown witness

      • Unrated
      • 97 min
      • Action

      Blacha (Robert Wieckiewicz), an ex-middleman in the criminal underground, is the key witness in an enormous Pruszkow mafia bust. As such he is kept under lock and key hidden away from the world. Intent on getting an interview with the ex-gangster is Marcin Kruk (Pawel Malaszynski), whose pregnant wife was collateral damage in a mafia car-bomb several years back with Blacha being his main suspect. Fortunately Blacha holds Marcin's journalistic work in very high regard, hence agrees to an exclusive interview in a secluded hotel in the Hel peninsula. There he retreads his criminal life...

      Dear Friends

      Dear Friends

        • Unrated
        • 115 min
        • Drama

        High school student Rina has a bad attitude and thinks that friends are something that you use when you need them. She doesn't have any real relationships and is not even on good terms with her parents. Rina is the clubbing queen and could get any guy she wants with her stunning looks. One day, Rina suddenly collapses and her world falls apart. She finds out that she has cancer. The only one who starts to support her is her classmate Maki. Maki tells that they were friends in primary school even though Rina doesn't remember. Maki wants to get close to Rina and help her like Rina had helped Maki when she had hard times.

        Dreamland

        Dreamland

          • PG-13
          • 77 min
          • Sci-Fi

          Meghan and Dylan are crossing the Nevada desert in an old car to visit her foster parents, and Meghan sees a little girl alone in the desert. They stop at the "Little A'Le'Inn" diner, a weird place decorated with alien motive, to eat a hamburger with milkshake and they have a conversation with the bartender Blake, who tells stories about UFOs. They leave the diner and they have to stop in the middle of nowhere due a car problem. Dylan faints and Meghan sees the little girl and ghost that tell her that they know who she is. Is Meghan losing her mind or are the weird events for real? Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

          East of Havana

          East of Havana

          • 80%
          • NONE
          • 82 min
          • Documentary

          "East of Havana" is an unflinching look at the Cuban Hip-Hop Scene and a youth movement. The film focuses on the lives and friendship of three young rappers compelled to address their generation's future from the confines of a Cuban ghetto.

          Eklavya

          Eklavya

            • 105 min
            • Action

            It has been chronicled in the Geeta that Eklavya wanted to be Sage Dronacharya's disciple in order to excel at bow and arrow shooting, but was refused because of his low caste. He decided to teach himself, and did excel to such an extent that Dronacharya felt threatened that he would beat his ace disciple, Arjun, so he asked Eklavya for his fee - his right thumb, which Eklavya dutifully cut off and presented it to his Guru. Now in modern India, Nishab, whose father was Eklavya, who gave his life trying to protect his master, has now been re-named Eklavya himself, and has been entrusted to guard the lives of Rana Jaywardhan, Ranimaa Suhasinidevi, and their children, Harsh and Nandini, will be called upon to pay the ultimate price, after he learns that his master, the Rana, has been killed. Eklavya, who also carries a dark family secret, slays the two assailants of the Rana, but then in the process also finds out that th! e one who hired them is his very own son. What will prevail - duty or the love of his son?

            Exte: Hair Extensions

            Exte: Hair Extensions

              • R
              • 108 min
              • Comedy

              What if extensions carried the grudge of the individual to which the hair originally belonged and started attacking people wearing it at random? Customs agents discover a huge amount of human hair used as materials for 'hair extensions' along with the dead body of a young girl with a shaved head. With the corpse being soon transported by the police, the results of the autopsy determine that the woman's internal organs have been harvested. The possibility is pointed out that she was kidnapped in some foreign country and was a victim of black market human organ racketeering ring. A sinister, fearless smirk comes over Yamazaki (Ren Osugi), the morgue night watchman. Yuko (Chiaki Kuriyama) is a young wannabe hair stylist apprenticing at the Gilles de Rais hair salon. After working late each day, after returning home, she tirelessly practices her skills on head mannequins with wigs. One day, her sister, Kiyomi, forcibly entrusts her eight-year-old daughter, Mami, to Yuko. For some reason, Mami is abnormally timid and frightened and has several wounds on her body from abuse. Meanwhile, Yamazaki cuddles up with the corpse of the girl he stole from the morgue which now occupies his room. Hair has become to grow from her head once again, not only from her head but from where her organs were removed: the scars of her stomach and even her empty eye socket. Later, Yamazaki shows up at Yuko's salon with Mami who got lost looking for Yuko. Yamazaki takes one look at Yuko and is captivated by her lovely flowing hair... Written by Grady Hendrix

              Faces of Love

                • Unrated
                Fire Serpent

                Fire Serpent

                  • R
                  • 89 min
                  • Horror

                  Alien creatures emerge from the sun and attack Earth.

                  - Written by

                  CapatinStigmata

                  Fired!

                  Fired!

                    • NONE
                    • 71 min
                    • Documentary

                    When Annabelle Gurwitch was fired from a play by Woody Allen, she was devasted. She started asking friends in show business if they had ever been fired and began collecting these stories and producing literary events in Los Angeles and New York. It was only the beginning of a journey that has grown into a look at what it means to be both hired and fired as an American worker in the global economy.