2007 March Movies (By Date)

August the First

    • Unrated
    • 81 min
    • Drama

    The party to celebrate Tunde Ibirinde's graduation is the backdrop for a far more momentous occasion: the return of estranged father Dipo, after over a decade of absence. Each family member must face their feelings before they face Dipo.

    Nina Frisk

    Nina Frisk

      • Unrated
      • 83 min
      • Comedy

      Nina Frisk is a flight attendant who loves flying. She is happy above the clouds, far away from her dysfunctional family and superficial love life. But then one day Nina meets Marcus and his son William, and falls helplessly in love. For the first time ever in her life, Nina begins to long for a family of her own. But Nina soon discovers that life on earth can be just as turbulent as in the sky. Written by kai81

      Beyond the Gates

      Beyond the Gates

        • R
        • 115 min
        • Drama

        Joe Connor (Hugh Dancy), charismatic and idealistic, is a young man taking a year out. While his friends are backpacking around India or lying on a beach in Thailand, Joe has chosen a "real" experience - teaching in a Rwandan school. He is looking forward to stunning his mates with tales of adventure and life at the sharp end. His enthusiasm for Africa makes him popular with the pupils. To Francois, the school groundsman, Joe is a real friend.

        The Host

        The Host

          • R
          • 119 min
          • Action

          The talk of the 2006 Cannes International Film Festival, "The Host," the latest film from critically acclaimed visionary director Bong Joon-ho, has already garnered a substantial amount of international buzz. Utilizing state-of-the-art special effects courtesy of a creative partnership between Weta Workshop ("King Kong," "The Lord of the Rings") and The Orphanage ("Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," "Sin City"), "The Host" is equal parts creature-feature thrill ride and poignant human drama.

          300

          300

          • 60%
          • R
          • 117 min
          • Action

          "300" is an adaptation of Frank Miller's epic graphic novel. Using hyper-real renderings similar to Miller's own graphically stylized illustrations, the film tells the true story of 300 elite Spartan warriors led by their fearless king Leonidas (Butler), who thwart the charge of Xerxes and his massive Persian army at the battle of Thermopylae. Facing insurmountable odds, their valor and sacrifice inspire all of Greece to unite against their Persian foe, leading to the origins of democracy.

          Believe in Me

          Believe in Me

          • 60%
          • PG
          • 131 min
          • Drama

          A basketball coach moves to Oklahoma, expecting to coach the boys' basketball team, but instead ends up coaching the girls' team, developing a rapport with the team and developing them into a strong team in a sport that never supported women players before.

          Outlaw

          Outlaw

          • 21%
          • NONE
          • 103 min
          • Action

          "Outlaw" is about a group of people that take the law into their own hands and try to right perceived wrongs. It's about people that are sick of being treated like they don't exist. Failed by the government and left to fend for themselves by a redundant police force, "Outlaw" is about people that have had enough and decide to do something about it. They take to the streets and deal with the wrongs themselves.

          The film is the next to come from writer/director Nick Love following his successes with "The Football Factory" in 2004 and "The Business" in 2005. "Outlaw" will be entirely funded by the public through a tiered payment strategy available only on the film's official site.

          Third Ward TX

            • Unrated
            • 56 min
            • Documentary

            A group of African-American artists use art as the engine to transform an inner-city, left-for-dead, Houston neighborhood back into a lively, livable neighborhood and, ironically, a better target for developers. Their creative response to the gentrification may save the neighborhood. Written by A. Garrison

            Maxed Out

            Maxed Out

              • NONE
              • 90 min
              • Documentary

              When Hurricane Katrina ravaged America's Gulf Coast, it laid bare an uncomfortable reality-America is not only far from the world's wealthiest nation; it is crumbling beneath a staggering burden of individual and government debt. "Maxed Out" takes us on a journey deep inside the American debt-style, where everything seems okay as long as the minimum monthly payment arrives on time. Sure, most of us may have that sinking feeling that something isn't quite right, but we're told not to worry. After all, there's always more credit! "Maxed Out" shows how the modern financial industry really works, explains the true definition of "preferred customer" and tells us why the poor are getting poorer and the rich getting richer. By turns hilarious and profoundly disturbing, "Maxed Out" paints a picture of a national nightmare which is all too real for most of us.

              The Namesake

              The Namesake

                • PG-13
                • 122 min
                • Drama

                "The Namesake" is the story of the Ganguli family whose move from Calcutta to New York evokes a lifelong balancing act to meld to a new world without forgetting the old. Though parents Ashoke and Ashima (Irfan Khan, Tabu) long for the family and culture that enveloped them in India, they take great pride in the opportunities their sacrifices have afforded their children. Paradoxically, their son Gogol (Kal Penn) is torn between finding his own unique identity without losing his heritage. Even Gogol's name represents the family's journey into the unknown.