2007 March Movies (By Title)

Big Bang

Big Bang

    • Unrated
    • 118 min
    • Action

    High-strung salaryman Park Man-su (Kam Woo Sung) has spent his entire life living strictly by the rules, just like his father taught him. He never jaywalks, never speeds, never wakes up late, and in return, he receives only disdain for being too rigid and boring. When Man Su loses both his job and his marriage in a moment's time, he abandons his rules and ends up getting arrested for urinating in the street. At the police station, he meets free-wheeling Cheul Gun (Kim Su-ro) who makes a career out of petty crime. Already well over the edge, Man Su flees the station with his unlikely cellmate, stealing a police car and gun in the process. Things quickly escalate out of control for these two fugitives as they embark on a wild crime spree with the police in hot pursuit…

    Bill Engvall: 15º Off Cool

    Bill Engvall: 15º Off Cool

      • Unrated
      • 60 min
      • Comedy

      One of America's top-selling comics and one of Country's top comedians, Bill Engvall has scored #1 albums, earned platinum and gold, and outsold Chris Rock, Adam Sandler and Jerry Seinfeld. He has also starred in "Blue Collar TV" and the Blue Collar Comedy Tour movies, whose original documented the most successful comedy tour in years. He recently participated in the finalinstallment of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour, appearing on the One For The Road CD and DVD. His newest CD and DVD,15º Off Cool, filmed at the Paramount Theatre in Austin, TX, features all-new material.

      Black Snake Moan

      Black Snake Moan

      • 66%
      • R
      • 116 min
      • Drama

      Desire is a burning sickness for Rae (Ricci), a feverish need that eats at her soul, while making her the white-trash sexual target of every man and boy in her small Tennessee town. When her true love Ronnie (Timberlake) leaves for military service, Rae plunges into wild excess. Beaten, left for dead, she's taken in by Laz (Jackson) a reformed bluesman, a private self-contained black man who nurses deep anger of his own. Fiercely committed to his task of keeping her alive, Laz makes Rae his prisoner to give her a chance at freedom, and finds his own way back to the full force of life in the bargain.

      Blades of Glory

      Blades of Glory

      • 69%
      • PG-13
      • 93 min
      • Comedy

      When rival figure skaters Chazz Michael Michaels (Will Ferrell) and Jimmy MacElroy (Jon Heder) go ballistic in an embarrassing, no-holds-barred fight at the World Championships, they are stripped of their gold medals and banned from the sport for life. Now, three-and-a-half years on, they've found a loophole that will allow them to compete: if they can put aside their differences, they can skate together - in pairs' figure skating.

      Bound By A Secret

      Bound By A Secret

        • Unrated
        • 80 min
        • Drama

        Two lifelong friends must face personal drama when one of them learns she has cancer. They also have to make a decision about a ghost from the past: should they tell the child of one friend (Baxter), a suburb mom, that she is in fact the child of the other (Warren), a Broadway star. Written by Cocomab

        Butterfly: A Grimm Love Story

        Butterfly: A Grimm Love Story

          • NONE
          • 87 min
          • Crime

          Katie Armstrong, a young American woman studying Criminal Psychology in Germany finds herself inexplicably drawn to a murder case which would soon become the subject of her thesis. The psychology behind Oliver Hartwin, a homosexual cannibal killer who advertised on the Internet for a lover willing to be murdered and devoured as the ultimate act of love and self-sacrifice. As a woman whose past relationships have all failed, Katie doubts her own ability to find love and becomes obsessed with understanding their relationship. While researching Oliver, Katie becomes entrenched in his life, and begins delve deeper and deeper into his past. She explores his childhood and the childhood of his victim looking for any clues as to what made him become what he is today. Piece by piece she fleshes them up by retracing both of their lives systematically. Their homes, their jobs, their relationships. From children into adulthood, she begins to lose herself in their story. With every new discovery, her emotions begin to get the better of her. Katie lets herself go, compulsively plunging into a deeply alienated lifestyle. This downward spiral culminates in the discovery of the video-tape made by Oliver recording the final moments of his victim's life. Witnessing the courtship between the two men, and the final atrocity of the killing, Katie hits rock bottom. At the base of her own emotional sanity, she discovers the inner strength to pick herself and begin the smallest steps to rebuilding her life.

          Caffeine

          Caffeine

            • R
            • 92 min
            • Comedy

            There's always something strange brewing at the Black Cat Café.

            A neurotic young commitment-phobe runs into his ex-girlfriend while he's whacked out on killer dope; a high strung control freak finds out that her husband-to-be is a transvestite; a hyper-possessive boyfriend discovers that his girlfriend is an ex-porn actress; and the manager's boyfriend has a ménage a trois which he says is forgivable because the girls were identical twins.

            Caffeine is an eccentric comedy about these characters' hapless attempts to repair their fractured relationships as they confront issues of fidelity, betrayal, forgiveness, and commitment. During one lunchtime at this offbeat London coffee house, the relationships of the quirky staff and several couples are suddenly turned upside down by the sudden revelations of supremely embarrassing secrets and idiosyncrasies, generally having to do with their rampaging sexual appetites.

            Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition

              • Unrated
              • 60 min
              • Documentary

              Champions of Faith: Baseball Edition serves to humanize some of the most celebrated and accomplished ballplayers of our time and restore the "sports hero" to its proper place in the American culture: personal stories captured in interviews and game highlights provided by Major League Baseball Productions. Some of the biggest names in our national pastime discuss faith, family, teamwork, sacrifice, leadership, humility and the many virtues and spiritual lessons they have learned from the game. The players, coaches, and managers interviewed for this project and featured in this film include Mike Piazza, David Eckstein, Mike Sweeney, Jeff Suppan, Jack McKeon, Tom Glavine, Craig Biggio, Sean Casey, Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez, Jim Leyland, Mike Scioscia, Lance Berkman, Tim Salmon, Juan Pierre, Mark Prior, Carlos Beltran, Ozzie Guillen, A.J. Pierzynski, Chris Speier, Rich Donnelly, Sandy Alomar, Sr., Sandy Alomar Jr., Mark Teahen, and former players Darrell Miller and Sal Bando. A glimpse into what makes a baseball player - and a human being - great. Chicago television and radio sportscaster John Morales narrates this film. Written by Anonymous

              Cherry Valley

                • Unrated
                • 72 min
                • Documentary

                Three film students travel to the small town of Cherry Valley to investigate a ghost in their friend's house. Expecting to find nothing, they arrive to find that the entire town may be haunted. When they hear and see a variety of orbs, footsteps, and noises at the beginning of their trip the three begin to doubt their conservative views on paranormal activity.Along their journey the friends discover something more than their original quest. They realize that Cherry Valley, whether you believe it is haunted or not, is full of ordinary people revealing and experiencing extraordinary events. Written by Candace TenBrink

                Color Me Kubrick

                Color Me Kubrick

                • 50%
                • NONE
                • 86 min
                • Comedy

                Billed as a cinema verite laffer, "Colour Me Kubrick' is based on events during the shooting of "Eyes Wide Shut" in London from 1998-99, when a man pretending to be legendary director Stanley Kubrick got into many of the city's most exclusive parties, restaurants and nightclubs. Playing on his willing victims' star-struck desire to believe, he was successful despite bearing no resemblance to Kubrick.