2008 September Movies

Broken Windows

Broken Windows

    • Unrated
    • 97 min
    • Drama

    Four Women, Four Dreams, Four Realities

    Bryan Loves You

    Bryan Loves You

      • NONE
      • Horror

      In a small Arizona town, a therapist finds himself in the middle of a cult that seems to be everywhere. In an effort to find out more about the religion, he and two of his friends try to find out all about those who love Bryan. Do you?

      California Company Town

      California Company Town

      • 100%
      • Unrated
      • 76 min
      • Documentary

      Lee Anne Schmitt explores of California's landscape and past to document the history of one-time boom towns built and abandoned by the industries that necessitated their creation. Sold as a limitless land expansive with free opportunity, California was actually, from its onset, fissured by the interwoven needs of private and public interests. Schmitt's film covers various locations through time, as the major industries of the early 20th century (mining, lumber, oil) give way to the military, eventually leading to multinational corporations, and the use of small towns as satellites for growing urban metropolises. Written by Dan Wood

      Candy Rain

      Candy Rain

        • Unrated
        • 106 min
        • Romance

        An omnibus film about four lesbian relationships, Candy Rain leads off with a tale of two old friends (Grace Chen and Belle Hsin), who are tested by their burgeoning lesbian relationship. They sleep together and bask in each other's company, but minor differences get in the way of a smooth ride to happily ever after, leading to an inevitable break up and a possible make up. Story two centers on an OCD-suffering introvert (Sandrine Pinna) who works as a chef and meets possible partners online. Her new girl is a forward older woman (Waa, doing her best Bai Ling impression), and the two manage some semblance of relationship progression before clashing personalities - and one partner's irrational need for loneliness - gets in the way of extended bliss.

        Carnival of the Damned

          • Unrated
          • 116 min
          • Horror

          A 70's and 80's style feature, filmed and edited to look like the exploitation grindhouse films of that era, complete with trailers and film reel damage. The feature follows a series of exploitation trailers and popcorn ads to give you the feel of going to see a movie in the theater or drive-in, back in the day. Written by Chris Thompson

          Cats: The Movie!

          Cats: The Movie!

            • G
            • 75 min
            • Family

            Marcello is a curious young indoor cat who one day ventures out into the world and embarks on a true adventure, overcoming the dangers of the outside world and even finding love with an outdoor female feline named Jujube whom he meets along the way.

            - Written by

            Leigh L.

            Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger

            Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger

              • PG
              • 79 min
              • Documentary

              An HBO special edited from three performances from Chris Rock's 2008 comedy tour: London (dark suit, dark shirt), Johannesburg (black suit, white shirt) and New York (shiny jacket). Topics include the ongoing presidential campaign, the possibility of a black president, George W. Bush, gas prices, low-paid jobs, ringtones and bottled water, sex, relationships and the correct use of the n-word. Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen

              Comme les autres

              Comme les autres

                • Unrated
                • 90 min
                • Comedy

                Manu, a gay pediatrician in his forties, would be perfectly happy if he could adopt a child and bring him or her up with his partner, Philippe, a lawyer. Where the shoe pinches is that Philippe is pleased with his present life and will not have it spoiled by the invading presence of a wailing brat. Unable to find an agreement the two lovers part. Manu, although shaken, is single-minded about finding a surrogate mother, willing to give him the child he craves. Fina, an Argentine beauty trying to get a job, but held back because of her lack of immigrant papers, might do the job for him in exchange for a marriage of convenience. However, as Blaise Pascal would put it, "The heart has reasons that Reason cannot know". Written by Guy Bellinger

                Cover Girl Culture: Awakening the Media Generation

                  • Unrated
                  • 82 min
                  • Documentary

                  A former Elite model reveals how the worlds of fashion, advertising and celebrity impact teens and young women. Who sets today's standards for beauty and how are these standards affecting our girls and society? Who is responsible? Are there ways this can be changed? If so, who can/will change it? Startling interviews with fashion editors from Teen Vogue and ELLE magazine. Intimate interviews with top agents, designers, models and many more. An important issue covered is the sexualization of young girls in the media/advertising.

                  - Written by

                  Anonymous

                  De Gales hus

                  De Gales hus

                    • Unrated
                    • 102 min
                    • Drama

                    Based on the novel.