2007 September Movies (By Date)

The Sweet and the Bitter

The Sweet and the Bitter

    • Unrated
    • 98 min
    • Crime

    Saro, a young Sicilian thug, that from jobs assigned by his godfather, won the favor of leaders of Cosa Nostra, becoming a "man of honor".

    Unholy

    Unholy

      • 90 min
      • Horror

      Adrienne Barbeau and Nicholas Brendon star in this provocative shocker about a mother’s investigation into the grisly suicide of her daughter. But what begins as a family tragedy will soon lead to a conspiracy of bizarre crimes, occult carnage and a necromancer who may control a dark new trinity of warfare.

      I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With

      I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With

        • NONE
        • 80 min
        • Comedy

        A romantic comedy about a man (Garlin), the food he loves, and the woman who tortures him (Silverman).

        Chopsuey

        Chopsuey

          • Unrated
          • 102 min
          • Drama

          Relationship problems plague a family of siblings in director Catherine O. Camarillo's multilayered indie drama. Businessman Jimmy (Piolo Pascual) is reeling from the shock of being dumped by his fiancée, while his sisters cope with their own romantic woes. Leslie (Krista Ranillo) can't decide between two eligible bachelors, Annette (Andrea Del Rosario) nurtures a long-distance love, and housewife Claire (Dimples Romana) can't get pregnant.

          Consenting Adults

          Consenting Adults

            • Unrated
            • 80 min
            • Biography

            This is a film based on the life of the Wolfenden family and some characters in the city of Reading... See full synopsis »

            I've Fallen for You

            I've Fallen for You

              • Unrated
              • 98 min
              • Drama

              A boy and a girl who have wildly divergent personalities yet share the name, Alex Reyes, decide to team up for a cycling contest. But while female Alex (Kim Chiu) is focused on winning the prize money, male Alex (Gerald Anderson) is more concerned with his parents breaking up. Through their intense training sessions, the two become closer than friends and eventually help each other confront their biggest problems.

              Drunken Sailor

                • Unrated
                • 90 min
                • Documentary

                Crossing the Line

                  • Unrated
                  • 60 min

                  A journey through Italian landscapes as seen through the windows of several long-distance express trains.

                  - Written by

                  Anonymous

                  Small Steps: Creating the High School for Contemporary Arts

                    • Unrated
                    • 87 min
                    • Documentary

                    This film follows students, staff and parents through the first four years of the High School for Contemporary Arts, an experimental "small school" housed within one of the most dangerous schools in the Bronx.

                    Nightwatching

                    Nightwatching

                      • NONE
                      • 141 min
                      • Biography