2008 October Movies

A Sentimental Capitalism

A Sentimental Capitalism

    • Unrated
    • 92 min
    • Comedy

    A Sentimental Capitalism is a tragicomic tale on the extension of economic logic to art and love. The film chronicles the apprenticeship of Fernande Bouvier, a naive country girl, who, traveling from Paris to New York in 1929, from avant-garde Bohemia to the narrow circles of high finance, will loose a few illusions.

    - Written by

    Anonymous

    Adams Wall

    Adams Wall

      • Unrated
      • 94 min
      • Drama

      Adam, a Jewish teenager and Yasmine, a young Lebanese girl, fall in love. Their relationship is overshadowed by the ongoing feud between their families, but also by the raging conflict in the Middle East. From the heart of Mile End, Montreal's multicultural neighborhood, comes this modern-day story of two lovers fighting against the walls that separate them. Written by Anonymous

      Admiral

      Admiral

        • 124 min
        • Drama

        This is a story of a great love facing the greatest drama of the history of Russia. Admiral Kolchak is a true war hero and beloved husband and father. One day he meets Anna, the love of his life and the wife of his best friend. The revolution in his heart faces the revolution in his own country His destiny is to become the Supreme Rules of Russia.

        Afterwards

        Afterwards

          • 107 min
          • Drama

          Newly divorced lawyer Nathan Del Amico is shaken up after he meets a doctor who claims that he can sense when select people are about to die. Though he doesn't believe the doctor, events in Nathan's life slowly make him think he's not long for this world.

          Allah Made Me Funny

          Allah Made Me Funny

            • NONE
            • 83 min
            • Documentary

            His landmark concert film follows three acclaimed comedians on stage and off as they lift the veil to reveal the humorous side of what it's really like to be American and Muslim. Mo Amer, Azhar Usman, and Preacher Moss poke fun at themselves, their communities, government, human nature and the tricky predicament of living in post- 9/11 America. Featuring music of rising indie scene artists, Allah Made Me Funny: Live in Concert is rollicking good fun and gives people of all cultural backgrounds an opportunity to laugh hard, drop their guard, and open their minds.

            Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who

            Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who

              • 237 min
              • Documentary

              Spanning four decades, this authorized and definitive anthology of The Who relives their journey from humble beginnings to their meteoric rise to rock legend status in a 3-film DVD set.

              Amexicano

              Amexicano

                • PG-13
                • 85 min
                • Drama

                An Italian-American and a Mexican illegal immigrant form an unlikely friendship in Queens, New York. Bruno (Carmine Famiglietti), is lazy, out of work and late with his rent. When an opportunity for work comes along Bruno is hesitant because it involves hiring undocumented day laborers on street corners. He is convinced it is not safe and sure enough the first guy he hires is Diego (Manny Perez), a fast talking hustler who could be dangerous. It's not until Bruno hires Ignacio (Raúl Castillo) and meets his wife Gabriela (Jennifer Peña) that his attitude changes despite language barriers and racial prejudices. Directed by Matthew Bonifacio and Written by Carmine Famiglietti.

                An American Carol

                An American Carol

                • 11%
                • PG-13
                • 84 min
                • Comedy

                The American spirit is celebrated in the outrageous and totally irreverent comedy An American Carol from David Zucker, the master of movie satire (Airplane!, The Naked Gun, Scary Movie 3 and 4).

                Anaconda 3: The Offspring

                Anaconda 3: The Offspring

                  • R
                  • 91 min
                  • Action

                  A mercenary-for-hire accepts a mission from a billionaire to capture a dangerous snake that could possibly help cure a terminal illness.

                  Arctic Monkeys at the Apollo

                  Arctic Monkeys at the Apollo

                    • Unrated
                    • 76 min
                    • Documentary

                    At the Apollo is a live album and video release by Arctic Monkeys of the final concert of their 2007 world-tour, filmed in Manchester, England. It was filmed on 35mm film and in surround-sound. It was directed by Richard Ayoade and photographed by cinematographer Danny Cohen (This Is England). It was edited by Nick Fenton (Heima), and produced by Diarmid Scrimshaw (Dead Man's Shoes). It has been awarded best music DVD 2009 by the NME. The music played in introduction credits was writtn by Bruno Nicolai , entitled 'Servizio fotografico' from the film The red queen kills seven times srtaring Barbara Bouchet.