2008 July Movies (By Title)

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust

Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust

    • Unrated
    • 82 min
    • Comedy

    The horrifying yet delicious and chewy Gingerdead Man causes murder and mayhem on the set of a horrible low budget movie set. It will take the determination of the studio's young new owner to save both his company and well as the lives of his young new friends. Including a terminally ill young boy whose final wish it was to meet the studios stars - The Tiny Terrors. Written by Ethel May Potter

    Giratina and the Sky Warrior

    Giratina and the Sky Warrior

      • Unrated
      • 96 min
      • Animation

      The film opens with Shaymin as Dialga appears. Then, in the Reverse or Distortion World Giratina senses Dialga's presence, and flies up to the Real World to capture him. Dialga drinks, just as Giratina's portal opens up. Giratina then drags Dialga into the Reverse World. Shaymin is also catapulted into the Reverse World. As Dialga and Giratina fight, Zero observes the battle in his ship. Shaymin absorbs a dark gas and uses "Seed Flare," tearing a hole in the Reverse World and escaping. Dialga fires a laser at Giratina, enveloping her in a time loop and trapping her in the Reverse World. As Dialga escapes, Shaymin falls into a river.

      Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

      Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson

        • R
        • 120 min
        • Documentary

        From Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney and producer Graydon Carter comes a probing look into the uncanny life of national treasure and gonzo journalism inventor Dr. Hunter S. Thompson. A fast moving, wildly entertaining documentary with an iconic soundtrack, the film addresses the major touchstones in Thompson's life-his intense and ill fated relationship with the Hell's Angels, his near-successful bid for the office of sheriff in Aspen in 1970, the notorious story behind the landmark Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, his deep involvement in Senator George McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign, and much more. Narrated by Johnny Depp.

        Hancock

        Hancock

        • 41%
        • PG-13
        • 92 min
        • Action

        "Hancock" centers on a tortured superhero (Will Smith) who crash-lands in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, and tries to transform himself by romancing an alluring housewife, causing chaos in the city.

        Harold

        Harold

        • 29%
        • PG-13
        • 105 min
        • Comedy

        "Harold" revolves around the title character, a premature balding young teen trying to adapt to a new high school. Gooding Jr. plays a school janitor who befriends and helps him through merciless teasing.

        Hellboy II: The Golden Army

        Hellboy II: The Golden Army

          • PG-13
          • 110 min
          • Action

          The sequel to the 2003 movie based on Mike Mignola's Dark Horse comic character.

          Ron Perlman returns to the title role as Hellboy, a humanoid creature born in the flames of Hell and brought to Earth as an infant. Raised in secret, the adolescent "HB" becomes an agent for the secret Bureau for Paranormal Research and Development (BPRD), a covert government agency which serves as the planet's line of defense against otherworldly evil. Selma Blair will also reprise the role of Liz Sherman, a pyrokinetic human who is HB's colleague and love interest.

          "Hellboy 2" will expand the world of Hellboy and surround him with characters both new and familiar as he confronts a deadly threat to mankind.

          Holding Trevor

          Holding Trevor

            • NONE
            • 88 min
            • Drama

            A funny and scathing evaluation of a group of friends and lovers, "Holding Trevor" offers a shrewdly perceptive, biting analysis of young men and women struggling to make sense of their lives and relationships.

            Trevor Holden (Brent Gorski) is young, beautiful and intelligent, and desperately looking for himself in all the wrong places. Despite the well-meaning advice offered by his sexually promiscuous best friend and his self-righteous female roommate, Trevor still seems to come up short. Almost ready to throw in the towel, Trevor happens upon Mr. Right. He ends his unhealthy relationship with Darrell, a self-destructive heroin addict, and finds a potential new beginning in Ephram, a medical intern with ambition, a warm demeanor and stunningly good looks.

            How 2 Build a Rapper

              • Comedy

              This DocuDramedy follows a young artist as he’s put through the paces by two producers looking to answer the question: Can You Build a Rapper?

              How About You

              How About You

              • 67%
              • 100 min
              • Comedy

              Ellie (Hayley Atwell), a free-spirited and headstrong young woman, is left in charge of a retirement home over the Christmas holidays. Her youthful inexperience brings her into bitter conflict with the four grumpy old residents known as the "Hard Core": retired screen beauty Georgia (Vanessa Redgrave), spinster sisters Hazel (Imelda Staunton) and Heather (Brenda Fricker), and a reformed alcoholic judge, Donald (Joss Ackland). "How About You" follows the hilarious antics of these uncivilized seniors, the gradual close of the generation gap, and an unlikely romance. Based on a short story by Maeve Binchy.

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