2007 September Movies

Ira & Abby

Ira & Abby

    • R
    • 105 min
    • Comedy

    A hastily married couple quickly devolve into a life of affairs, meddling parents, and therapy.

    Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity

    Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity

      • Unrated
      • 80 min
      • Comedy

      Combining his amazing talent and his unorthodox sense of humor, Jeff Dunham returns, yet again, with an hilarious ventriloquist performance. Starting off with the infamously known Walter, scrutinizing every bit of today's American society. Followed by two new characters, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, who continuously threatens the crowd with Silence and Death, and Melvin the Superhero

      Johnny Gaddaar

      Johnny Gaddaar

        • 151 min
        • Crime

        Vikram decides to elope with his girlfriend Mini for a better life. For this purpose he decides to steal the money collected by his business partners for a drug deal. Everything goes horribly wrong when the partner carrying the money, Shiva, is accidentally killed.

        Keepers of Eden

          • Unrated
          • 72 min
          • Documentary

          The Amazon Rain forest, dubbed "the lungs of the Earth" is the most bio-diverse region on our planet. With each passing day, the industrial contamination grows and its destruction becomes more apparent. KEEPERS OF EDEN, a groundbreaking new documentary, presents the story of the Huarani tribe, who have inhabited the rainforests of Ecuador for thousands of years, who are now in danger of being erased the fallout caused by major oil companies. Historical Media Associates, LLC documents how such oil contamination is causing a fatal blow to both the indigenous people, their culture and the environment. As a result of these "poisoned" living conditions, the native Huarani are suffering from disease on the level of a toxic and fatal plague. All caused by oil contamination. The despoliation, drilling and oil contamination continue to this very day. KEEPERS OF EDEN presents the empassioned struggle of the Huarani people and their fight for survival. Written by Historical Media Associates

          King of California

          King of California

          • 63%
          • PG-13
          • 96 min
          • Comedy

          A young girl's teenage years are complicated by an eccentric and manic-depressive father who becomes obsessed with his belief that there's buried treasure in the San Fernando Valley.

          Klunkerz

          Klunkerz

            • G
            • 83 min
            • Documentary

            Long before the mountain bike entered our global consciousness, the cycling enthusiasts of Northern California's Marin County rode modified pre-WWII bicycles down the slopes of Mount Tamalpais. They developed their bikes through rigorous field-testing, often risking life and limb to do so. Some of these cyclists were Category-1 road racers looking for a new way to train during the off-season. Others were simply fun-loving hippies looking for a new way to commune with nature. Their early bikes were scavenged from dumpsters and junkyards. It was from these humble beginnings that a multi-billion dollar industry, a form of recreation for the masses, and an Olympic event, were born. These hefty steeds were affectionately known as Klunkerz.

            Lilies

              • Unrated
              • 467 min
              • Drama

              Tough, sexy, funny and heartbreaking, Lillies details the lives of Iris, May and Ruby Moss - Catholic sisters coming of age in a dockland terraced house. Familial love sustains them, and their fortunes are bound to those of their brother and their father. Set in the years immediately following the First World War, Lilies pulls no punches in its storytelling. It depicts a sensual, vivid and sometimes savage universe - where life is lived on a knife-edge of poverty, fuelled by various kinds of love. Dadda, the family's charismatic and mercurial father married very young, is now widowed, and his struggle to nurture his unruly children proves both moving and comic. Written by Anonymous

              Little Box of Sweets

              • 50%
              • Unrated
              • 89 min
              • Drama

              Set in a country coming of age, Little Box Of Sweets is a simple love story about a young girl's journey to fight for her dreams and the love of the man who inspired her! A little village ... See full synopsis »

              Little Rock Central: 50 Years Later

                • PG
                • 70 min
                • Documentary

                Fifty years ago, Little Rock Central High School became a symbol of the struggles and hopes of the Civil Rights Movement. Today, it is a stark reminder of the complicated road to equality. This HBO Documentary Films production takes an eye-opening look at the landmark high school, which is now essentially two separate schools, in which white students matriculate to some of the most prestigious colleges in the country, while many black students cannot pass basic reading requirements. The film follows present-day students and with community leaders, as well as one of the original "Little Rock Nine," who reflects on how much--and how little--has changed since she courageously crossed the school's steps during the infamous "Integration Crisis of 1957," when nine African-American students were prevented from entering the building by an angry mob of whites.

                Maré, Nossa História de Amor

                Maré, Nossa História de Amor

                  • Unrated
                  • 104 min
                  • Drama

                  Living in a slum divided between two rival gangs of drug traffickers, Analídia is the daughter of one of the gangs' leaders and Jonatha is a childhood friend of the other gang leader. Both study in a dance group situated exactly in the middle of the two territories, looking for solace in art. A salute to the strong sense of Brazilian music, to the relevance of national contemporary dance, and to the strange mix found today in slums, where violence lives alongside the artistic paths enabled by social projects. Written by Lu Gastão