2008 November Movies

Tru Loved

Tru Loved

  • 39%
  • R
  • 99 min
  • Comedy

Recently relocated from San Francisco to conservative suburbia by her lesbian mothers, Tru struggles like all teens to fit in and find love, but her quest is complicated by sexual politics, closed minds, and closeted friends as she seeks to establish her school's first Gay-Straight Alliance.

Two Tigers

Two Tigers

    • Action

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    Un Novio Para Mi Mujer

    Un Novio Para Mi Mujer

      • NONE
      • 100 min
      • Comedy

      A man seeks to find a boyfriend for his wife so that he can break up with her.

      Vincent: A Life in Color

        • Unrated
        • 96 min
        • Documentary

        Vincent P. Falk is Fashion Man. Clad in brightly colored suits; Vincent twirls on Chicago's many bridges, performing fashion shows for passing tour boats. As he spins his way through the city, tourists and locals alike are left to wonder just who is this strange man. Over the course of one boat season, we follow Vincent and begin to unravel the mystery that surrounds him. We discover that the man behind the fashion, having come through the travails of life, has decided to do what makes him happy. And so, he spins on.

        - Written by

        Jennifer Burns

        We Are Wizards

        We Are Wizards

        • 50%
        • 79 min
        • Documentary

        Most people might not be aware that there is a raging Wizard Rock scene going on in this country. "We Are Wizards" profiles some of the power players in the underground Harry Potter creative community. The film offers a look at a seven-year-old rock star and his teen pop idols, hilarious audio-commentary set to the movie and online creative writing sites waging war with corporate agents.

        The books' themes of good versus evil and using inner strength to overcome challenges serve as a catalyst for many who face personal obstacles, or just to meet like-minded folk and have fun. It is staggering to learn of the different ways people touched by J.K. Rowling's book series are honoring the characters and story with their own ideas, passion and talents. The Harry Potter mythos allows the nerdy, the average, the young, the downtrodden, and the bored a chance to borrow a little inspiration and step out of their respective worlds to be a part of something BIG. Not to say the aforementioned groups are lacking in talent. The fan arena is simply a staging ground for sharpening skills and surprising oneself with the results - much like the epic story of a boy wizard.

        Were the World Mine

        Were the World Mine

        • 71%
        • 96 min
        • Adventure

        A color drenched, winning musical film-fantasy of a struggling gay teen, Timothy (Tanner Cohen), whose spirit soars when his eccentric teacher casts him as Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream. After magically discovering the play's love-potion, Timothy puckishly begins to turn his closed-minded

        town gay - including casting a love spell on the town's stunning jock - with hilarious and unexpected results. After he reluctantly restores the town's free will, he is amazed with the surprising results.

        If you could magically make someone love you, would you?

        Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon

        Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon

          • Unrated
          • 85 min
          • Horror

          Surviving the plane crash was only the beginning ... After their plane crashes into uncharted territory in the Himalayas, the survivors set out to find help in the freezing cold. As the days pass and with no sign of a rescue, tensions begin to mount. The survivors wrestle with their consciences as they realise that in order to survive, they must use the bodies of the dead as food. But when it appears that something else is already feeding upon the dead, the survivors realise that their biggest danger is not hunger but something infinitely more sinister: a legendary Yeti is stalking them and is moving in for the kill. Can they outsmart the beast or will they die trying?