2007 November Movies (By Date)

 (2007)

Torn from the Flag

    • Unrated
    • 97 min
    • Documentary

    A sociopolitical historical documentary-thriller about the international decline of communism and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.

    - Written by

    Anonymous

     (2007)

    Pirates of Ghost Island

      • R
      • 80 min
      • Horror

      After enjoying a graduation party amid a cruise, an unexpected storm strikes, stranding a group of young friends on an uninhabited island (or so they thought.) Before they know it, they are thrown in a whirl-wind battle with the PIRATES OF GHOST ISLAND, whom have taken over the island for the last 200 years. Who survives?... Written by Anonymous

       (2007)

      Adrift in Tokyo

        • Unrated
        • 101 min
        • Comedy

        Takemura has no friends and no family. He's a student but he doesn't have any particular ambitions. In other words, he isn't going anywhere fast. Were all this not enough, the sorry sad sack has a debt of 800,000 yen. Fukuhara, a surly debt collector with a glorious mullet, is on his case. After roughing Takemura up, he gives him an ultimatum-72 hours to pay up, or else. Takemura barely has his wits about him again when he runs across Fukuhara a second time, and this time the thug has a different proposal-a walk. That's right, in exchange for a million yen, Takemura must accompany Fukuhara on a walk across the city of Tokyo. Starting in a distant corner of the city, they begin their trek towards downtown, striking up a conversation. It's at this point that Fukuhara admits that he's recently killed his wife, and intends to turn himself in at Kasumagaseki police station-because, he says, it's the finest in town. The pair's itinerary, however, is hardly a quick and direct one. The disparate duo drift here and there, hanging out and coming across a host of eccentric personalities, creatures of the urban jungle's various habitats. As their walking, talking and trading truths continues, the arrangement between Takemura and Fukuhara starts to transform into friendship. Written by Nicolas Archambault for Fantasia Film Festival

         (2007)

        Bats: Human Harvest

          • R
          • 84 min
          • Horror

          Set in present day Afghanistan, the sequel centers on a group of soldiers who endeavor to capture Fazul, a fanatical terrorist who has escaped into the maze of caves underlying the landscape of the country. As the troops spelunk, they encounter one major obstacle: genetically altered bats programmed to seek out flesh and consume it. Written by cjnb

           (2007)

          Somebody Help Me

            • NONE
            • 100 min
            • Horror

            Ten friends escape to a remote cabin getaway for a weekend party, but when a little girl appears in the night, things turn eerie. One by one, the group ends up dead or missing, and the remaining must band together to discover the truth behind the little girl's secret.

             (2007)

            A Dennis the Menace Christmas

              • G
              • 83 min
              • Comedy

              Dennis Christmas is a Dennis The Menace version of A Christmas Carol where Mr. Wilson plays his own version of Scrooge. While Dennis has problems of his own with the neighborhood bully, he does his best to try and give Mr. Wilson the Christmas Spirit. Dennis causes his usual damage and Mr. Wilson ends up breaking Dennis' spirit. An Angel of Christmas Past Present and Future steps in to help save Christmas for the Mitchells, the Wilsons, and everyone else. Written by Jason Cotton

              It Was One of Us

                • Unrated
                • Comedy

                Five former college roommates gather years later for an emotional reunion. Although their lives have taken different paths, they still feel a strong bond and each reveals a dark, personal secret.

                 (2007)

                Loose Change: Final Cut

                  • Unrated
                  • 129 min
                  • Documentary

                  Loose Change Final Cut is the third installment of the documentary that asks the tough questions about the 9/11 attacks and related events. This movie hopes to be the catalyst for a new independent investigation, in which the family members receive answers to their questions, and the TRUE PERPETRATORS of this horrendous crime are PROSECUTED and PUNISHED.

                   (2007)

                  Sugar Creek

                    • R
                    • 95 min
                    • Western

                    It is 1889. Adam Stanton is in a dark box, alone. He is being dragged across earth and stone, the sound is maddening; on and on. He has no idea of how long he's been here. But suddenly, the dragging stops. He hears the approaching footsteps, the chimes of spurs against dirt. Then an axe is dragged across the lid, heavy metal against wood. With a loud crash, and the first light his blinded eyes have seen, Adam hears words that will haunt him for the next three days, "Come and see." With a hard push, Adam lifts the lid, breaking it free of the nails. He rises, squinting, a sore back. There is no one there. But then he sees them; five other boxes, coffins, surrounding his. Confusion and fear set in, and why are his feet bare? What Adam doesn't know; there is a legend, a dark horseman, who brings in men who have lived past their time. He pulls his victims into the valley in coffins and hunts them for three days. The locals fear him as a henchman for ol' sleuth foot, and the legend says, if you help the one he's hunting; the shoeless man, he will kill you as well. Adam meets a strange cast of characters on his journey. One by one, they all fall before the Horseman. As Adam slowly discovers his connection to this dark rider, he is found by a lost missionary, Christine. Through her help and the Horseman's wrath, Adam will learn that you can't escape the past. Some terrible things are never forgotten and need to be redeemed; and the worst possible sin is to do nothing at all. Written by Anonymous

                     (2007)

                    My Boy Jack

                      • Unrated
                      • 93 min
                      • Biography

                      English gentleman author Rudyard Kipling, famous for the Jungle Book, uses his considerable influence, being on a War Office propaganda think tank, to get his nearly 18 year-old son John 'Jack', admitted for military service during World war I after he is repeatedly refused on account of his bad eyesight. He is enrolled in the Irish Guards: their patriotic dream but mother and sister's nightmare. After a short officer training course Jack gets command of a platoon and embarks in France. Soon his unit suffers terrible losses and Jack is reported missing. Now mother Caroline 'Carry' Kipling proves unstoppable pushing Rudyard's influence and half of England to help find out the truth. When it finally comes, there is far less glory than gore and guilt. Written by KGF Vissers (edited P Vanderl)