2007 May Movies (By Date)

Lovesick: Sick Love

Lovesick: Sick Love

    • R
    • 94 min
    • Crime

    Julia is a hard-working girl with two jobs and a boyfriend, Istvan, who is a rock musician and always in trouble. When cocaine dealers threaten to kill him over a debt, she tries to help him come up with the money. This starts an unfortunate chain of events at her daytime job at the hotel, and brings her and the hotel manager, O'Ryan, closer together, or so it seems. Then, in his unrequited love for Julia, O'Ryan goes a step too far, way too far, and from there, things get very ugly. Written by Wilhelm Noeker {[email protected]}

    It Came From Another World!

    It Came From Another World!

      • Unrated
      • 93 min
      • Sci-Fi

      "It Came From Another World!" chronicles the continuing adventures of everyone's favorite 'a-rockin' scientist, Professor Jackson. First introduced in 2006's "The Monster of Phantom Lake," Professor Jackson (Josh Craig) finds himself tasked yet again with saving the planet from certain doom. When Professor Jackson's colleague and best friend Dr. Frasier (Mike Mason) doesn't return from a scientific expedition in the deep woods, the Professor is sent to find and retrieve him. While searching, the Professor and Canoe Cops Sven (M. Scott Taulman) and Gustav (Mike Cook) stumble upon an enigmatic meteorite that may hold the answer to Dr. Frasier's disappearance - and something far more cataclysmic than they could ever imagine! Can our intrepid heroes unlock the secrets of the mysterious "rock from outer space" before its otherworldly power threatens not only the fate of the entire universe, but Professor Jackson's wedding plans?

      - Written by

      Christopher R. Mihm

      Carlos Oscar: Life Is Crazy Good

        • Unrated
        • Comedy

        This funny Puerto Rican comedian keeps it family friendly and talks about his observation about his own Latino family.

        Gong Tau

        Gong Tau

          • Unrated
          • 97 min
          • Horror

          CID detective Rockman was sent to Thailand to investigate a case involving the Hong Kong and Thai underground syndicate. During his visit he met a sexy table dancer called Elli, they had a brief but hot steamy affair. Unexpectedly Rockman was ordered to return to Hong Kong. Before leaving he promised Elli he would return. But he never did. Heart broken Elli felt she was deceived. Rockman never expect his affair would bring the worst luck for him and family. Three years later in Hong Kong, when Rockman was busily investigating a murder case one stormy night, a senior policeman was murdered by a most wanted fugitive Lam Chiu. On the other hand, Rockman's wife broke down after their son died mysteriously. All the major newspapers headlined the two cases, saying the murder and the baby's death are related. Frustrated Rockman worked closely with Brother Sum well seasoned detective...

          Blind Dating

          Blind Dating

          • 25%
          • PG-13
          • 95 min
          • Comedy

          BLIND DATING is a hilarious comedy about Danny (Chris Pine), an intelligent, confident, handsome young man who also happens to be blind. Not that he's letting that hold him back - for the most part, Danny refuses to let his visual impairment get in the way of anything. Which is why Danny's girl-crazy, limo-driving brother Larry (Eddie Kaye Thomas, AMERICAN PIE) is horrified to discover that Danny is not only shy and nervous when it comes to the opposite sex, he's also a virgin. Also starring Jane Seymour and directed by James Keach, BLIND DATING is a warm and funny story about overcoming cultural boundaries, physiological differences, and above all, finding true love.

          The Salon

          The Salon

          • 12%
          • PG-13
          • 92 min
          • Comedy

          Every neighborhood has that special place where people from the community can come, sit, talk and let their hair down. For many, it's the thread that holds neighborhoods together. In an era of corporate takeovers in the high stakes real estate market, the neighborhood shop is a dying breed with little resources to fight back.

          Duck

          Duck

            • PG-13
            • 96 min
            • Drama

            "Duck" is a sad-funny story of hope and survival, set in Los Angeles' as-of-yet avertable future. In 2009, when Los Angeles' last city park is closed to the public, a dispossessed man (Philip Baker Hall)-and the duck who follows him as a mother-quest west, on foot, in search of water and meaning, in the desert that is L.A.

            ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway

            ShowBusiness: The Road to Broadway

            • 88%
            • PG
            • 102 min
            • Documentary

            This documentary looks at one of the most controversial and high-profile seasons on Broadway in decades, following the production of four top Broadway musicals from rehearsals to opening night.

            Good Boy, Bad Boy

            Good Boy, Bad Boy

              • Unrated
              • 115 min
              • Comedy

              As a new principal of a college [of fairly bad reputation], Mr. Awasthi has to take steps which are stringent and yet, fruitful. He has a handful of problems: good students emigrating from the college, the bad ones disrupting the class and similar others. His corrective measures have changed the scenario drastically, except that it has a small glitch- There are two R. Malhotras. Rajan Malhotra is the nerdy "Good Boy", while the other R. Malhotra, Raju is the spoiled "bad Boy" of the campus. Their Identity cards are mixed up and somehow they find themselves in the opposite sections. The Good one in the bad boys' section and vice versa. Now the principal knows this, and he has proposed their name [real Raju- the bad boy] in the annual quiz and [real rajan- the good boy] dance competitions respectively. Time is short. It is now upon them to prove their mettle in the competitions, in the eyes of their parents... Written by Priyodit

              The Ex

              The Ex

              • 19%
              • PG-13
              • 89 min
              • Comedy

              Tom Reilly (Zach Braff) is a bit of an underachiever when it comes to his career (or lack thereof), but his adoring wife Sofia (Amanda Peet), a formidable lawyer, has always been happy to act as the breadwinner. With the birth of their first child, Sofia decides she wants to be a stay-at-home mom so Tom needs to step up and take care of his growing family. Unfortunately he gets fired from his job in New York City and is forced to start working with his father-in-law (Charles Grodin) in Sofia's hometown of Ohio. Tom soon clashes with his work colleagues, especially the outrageous Chip (Jason Bateman), who still carries a torch for Sofia from their high school days, and Sofia becomes increasingly uncomfortable staying home with their new baby. But in a comedy about doing the right thing for all the wrong reasons, the couple needs to get back to what they're good at before their model family goes completely off track.