2007 November Movies (By Date)

 (2007)

Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium

  • 37%
  • G
  • 93 min
  • Comedy

Portman plays Molly Mahoney, the awkward and insecure manager of Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, the strangest, most fantastic toy store in the world. But when Mr. Magorium (Hoffman), the 243-year-old eccentric who owns the store, bequeaths it to her, a dark and ominous change begins to take over the once remarkable Emporium.

Karl Rove, I Love You

    • Unrated
    • 97 min
    • Comedy

    Election Year, 2004. A documentary on the "unknown supporting actor" takes a surprising turn when the lead of the film (Dan Butler; "Bulldog" from the television series "Frasier") becomes smitten with the idea of playing Karl Rove, President Bush's notorious senior advisor. Initially bent on bringing Rove down, as Butler gets deeper and deeper into his role, he actually falls in love with Rove. Written by Phil Leirness

     (2007)

    P.S. I Love You

    • 24%
    • PG-13
    • 126 min
    • Drama

    An adaptation of the best-selling Cecelia Ahern novel about a grieving young widow who discovers her late husband has left her a list of tasks revealed in 10 monthly messages that are intended to ease her out of grief and transition her to a new life.

     (2007)

    Steam

      • NR
      • 120 min
      • Drama

      Three women — a young coed, a forty-something single mother, and one a senior-aged widow — meet in the sauna of the local gym, where they gradually get to know one another and bond over their respective trials and tribulations.

       (2007)

      Gabriel

        • NONE
        • 109 min
        • Action

        Gabriel tells the story of an Arc Angel who fights to bring light back to purgatory - a place where darkness rules - and save the souls of the city's inhabitants.

         (2007)

        Alice's House

          • NONE
          • 92 min
          • Drama

          "Alice's House" is Chico Teixeira's multi-award winning first feature about contemporary life in Brazil. As portrayed by the luminous Carla Ribas, Alice, a middle-aged manicurist living in Sao Paulo, has to overcome obstacles by the male dominated world she finds herself trapped in. Filled with profound insights about family, relationships, and trust, "Alice's House" is the most unlikely of Brazilian films.

           (2007)

          Moon in a Bottle

            • Unrated
            • 97 min
            • Comedy

            Zeta has a month to hand in a novel she has been commissioned to write and every day she searches for inspiration among the strange customers who are regulars at the Café Rossignol. There she becomes close to Alicia, a pretty waitress who doesn't want to fall in love; she gets to know Pascal, the owner of the bar and a cabaret artist who is nervously waiting for the arrival of his old friends and lovers Irene and Kurt. Or she leaves with Don José another regular who is tormented by a letter he doesn't dare to open. They all want to change their lives. The moment has come to be brave and try to do the impossible. Can they put the moon in a bottle..?

             (2007)

            Breakfast with Scot

            • 50%
            • PG-13
            • 95 min
            • Comedy

            Adapted from the novel by Michael Downing, "Breakfast with Scot" is a touching comedy that tells the story of a very 'straight' gay couple, Eric (Tom Cavanagh), an ex-NHL hockey player-turned-sportscaster and Sam (Ben Shenkman), a lawyer, who end up with temporary custody of recently orphaned Scot, (Noah Bernett), a budding queen of an 11 year old.

            Tom Cavanagh stars as Eric, a handsome ex-hockey player turned sportscaster, who is living the perfect gay life at home with his lawyer boyfriend. However, their closely-closeted paradise is threatened when they receive news that Sam's brother Billy's (Colin Cunningham) ex-girlfriend has died, leaving custody of her son Scot (Noah Bernett) to Billy. Ed never wanted kids, and certainly never expected one like this. When 11 year-old Scot arrives and they open his duffle bag, they find a pink musical hairbrush, a pink poodle belt and white sock-ettes with lacy fringe at the top. Scot throws Ed and Sam's life into complete disarray, but they soon find that they can't bear to part with him. "Breakfast With Scot" contrasts the realities of family life against its funniest stereotypes and uncovers how it feels to be a boy who doesn't quite fit into the role society has prepared for him.

             (2007)

            Il nascondiglio

              • Unrated
              • 100 min
              • Mystery

              "The Hideout" is a mystery-thriller about an Italian woman who moves to Davenport to open a restaurant. After her husband commits suicide, she spends fifteen years recovering at a Minnesota mental hospital. When she builds herself up enough to begin another restaurant, she discovers that a murder took place there fifty years earlier. She decides to investigate and finds a secret plot. Written by Amanda Long

              Doctor Who: Time Crash

                • Unrated
                • 8 min
                • Short

                The Tenth Doctor meets one of his previous incarnations.