2007 May Movies (By Title)

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

    Gothic Vampires from Hell

    Gothic Vampires from Hell

      • Unrated
      • 90 min
      • Horror

      The band "Gothic Vampires From Hell" knew the music business was tough, but they didn't know that it was THAT TOUGH! When they meet sexy record executives at Gotham Records they thought they might be sharks, but what they really turned out to be were BLOOD SUCKING VAMPIRES! Written by MVD

      H.R. Giger's Sanctuary

      H.R. Giger's Sanctuary

        • Unrated
        • 40 min
        • Documentary

        "H.R. Giger's Sanctuary" explores the treasures of the H.R. Giger Museum & Giger Bar at the Chateau St. Germain in beautiful Gruyeres, Switzerland. The documentary features an interview and a museum tour with the master of the airbrush, the inventor of "biomechanics", and the creator of the Academy Award winning "Alien". The artist talks openly about his fascination with the morbid, his fame and cult following, his fears and nightmares, and about his visions of the future. Written by Nick Brandestini

        Have Dreams, Will Travel

        Have Dreams, Will Travel

          • Unrated
          • 86 min
          • Drama

          In the 60's, in West Texas, twelve year-old Ben is a boy neglected by his parents. His mother is obsessed by the movie stars of Hollywood and every afternoon she goes to the movie theater, while his father spends his spare time building a boat. One night, there is a car wreck in front of Ben's parents dining where only the girl Cassie survives with a broken arm. Ben's parents lodges Cassie during her recovery and she becomes friend of Ben. Later the mature girl convinces Ben to travel with her to Baltimore, where her modern and liberal aunt and uncle live. They hitchhike through Arkansas, Kentucky and Virginia in a journey of friendship and discoveries until they reach Baltimore. Their adventure ends when Cassie has a breakdown and is interned in the Mercy Psychiatric Ward in Virginia and Ben joins the Military Academy in North Caroline to stay close to Cassie. But the girl had a plan for them and Ben gives his best effort to make her dream come true. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

          Héros fragiles

            • Unrated
            • 87 min
            • Documentary
            Hollywood Dreams

            Hollywood Dreams

            • 36%
            • NONE
            • 100 min
            • Comedy

            "Hollywood Dreams" follows the journey of a young woman from a small town in Iowa, Margie Chizek (Tanna Frederick), who arrives in Los Angeles deeply scarred by certain events in her childhood and profoundly obsessed with a life-long dream of achieving fame and stardom. After a series of difficult and sometimes comic struggles - including a failed audition for the "part of a lifetime" in a local play - she literally bumps into a self-styled "major producer / manager" (Zack Norman) who, together with his personal and professional partner (David Proval), takes her under his wing. As Margie's fate seems to have suddenly changed and her goal appears finally within reach, her romantic involvement with an exciting, complex up-and-coming young actor (Justin Kirk) challenges her - and our - ideas of success, fame and love.

            Home of the Brave

            Home of the Brave

              • R
              • 106 min
              • Action

              "Home of the Brave" stars Samuel L. Jackson, Jessica Biel and rapper 50 Cent as U.S. troops adjusting to life back home after enduring the physical and emotional toll of war in Iraq.

              Huddersfield

              Huddersfield

                • PG
                • 95 min
                • Drama

                Story is set in a small town in Serbia. Rasha is thirty, lives with his alcoholic father and trying, and failing, to make ends meet by giving literature lessons to teenage girls and hosting a program on the local radio, presenting new books and interviewing authors. Ivan, a promising judoist in his teenage years, has since had a history of neurosis, psychotic episodes, hospitalization, being heavily medicated, involvement in various occult groups and practices, prior to having been baptized in the Orthodox Church. Milla is very attractive, energetic, resourceful and very straightforward: it immediately becomes clear that, apart from having a student/teacher relationship, she and Rasha are lovers. Doole is a wannabe yuppie: he works for the local representative of major confectionery brands and is doing his best to act the part of a successful businessman who is well aware of global business trends - as he sees them. The monotony of their lives is interrupted by arrival of Igor, who has lived in Huddersfield since the beginning of the nineties, and this is the first time he's come to visit since. They all get together in the evening, and what begins as a cheerful high school reunion party of close friends with a lot of catching up to do, turns into an emotional roller coaster of reminiscing, dark humor, bitterness, uncontrollable laughter, anger, grim soul searching. Through the very personal accounts of their own lives and lives of their high school friends, we get to reveal the ominous mark the final decade of the twentieth century has left on them and their entire generation, and find the answer to the question: do they have the strength to move on? Written by Eye To Eye

                I Don't Want to Sleep Alone

                I Don't Want to Sleep Alone

                • 89%
                • NONE
                • 115 min
                • Comedy

                After being beaten up by some swindlers, silent, mullet-sporting Hsiao-kang (Lee) is carried by a group of Bangladeshi men back to their rundown abode, where the Chinese itinerant is nursed back to health by Rawang (Norman Bin Atun). Soon sharing a musty old mattress with his rescuer, a recovering Hsiao-Kang leaves the house to explore the equally dilapidated surroundings. At a coffee shop in Chinatown, he meets Chyi (Tsai regular Chen Siang-chyi), a waitress who works and lives with her older, female boss (Pearlly Chua).

                I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal

                I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal

                • 79%
                • NONE
                • 105 min
                • Documentary

                I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life & Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal is the stirring new documentary about legendary Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal. The story of a great man's determined fight for justice, the film provides enlightening insight into what drove his search and what kept him going.