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There are some really great films out now and even more soon to be playing in theaters.  Here are some of our picks: Conviction starring Hilary Swank, a true story about a sister’s devotion to her brother. From the director of Meet the Parents,   Dinner for Schmucks, a hilarious comedy starring Steven Carell and Paul Rudd.  Eat, Pray, Love, takes you on a remarkable journey featuring the beautiful, Julia Roberts.  Incredible worlds built in dreams, a “sit on the edge of you seat” story and great actors are what Inception is all about, stars Leonardo DiCaprio. Money, Sex, Murder, Greed, Corruption, Middle Men has that covered. Love, loss and hidden truths are what Never Let Me Go is all about, starring Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield and Keira Knightley.  Patrik, Age 1.5 is the heartwarming story of love and acceptance.  Everyone is after something in Takers starring Matt Dillon.  Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are not the heroes in the hilarious comedy, they’re The Other Guys.
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Sex and the City, The Movie

The Raves

It gives you everything you ever loved about the series, and blows it out into super-size cinematic proportions. 

~Emily Rems, Premiere

In its cinematic incarnation, Sex and the City has lost none of its bawdiness yet gained a more profound sense of soberness. Parker, especially, who in the last season of the show bordered on insufferable in her affected squeaks and shrieks, is allowed to go to very dark places – to be, in fact, quite unfabulous.

~Kimberley Jones, Austin Chronicle

A movie that taps directly back into the show’s primal appeal, which is the sweet, sad, saucy delight of sharing these women’s company.

~Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly

Cast: Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristin Davis, Mario Cantone, Chris Noth, David Eigenberg, Evan Handler, Jason Lewis, Michael Bloomberg, Kim Cattrall


Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2

Sisterhood Trivia

The final scene of the movie in which the girls jumped off the cliff was requested by Amber, America and Blake. While in Greece they had seen two teenage boys jump off the cliff; the boys were fans and convinced them to do it too, and the girls asked the director that this be a scene in the movie.

Cast: Amber Tamblyn, Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera, Rachel Nichols, Tom Wisdom

Swing Vote

Clearly Swing Vote’s not a public service announcement, but I think it might be better than that because it doesn’t preach, it doesn’t hit you over the head. Everyone one of who you sit in the dark and get to the end, and you can ask yourself a fundamental question. Because you’ve had this comedic ride, you’ve even maybe had a tear well up—because you know at it’s essence it’s about a man and his fifth grader set against the backdrop of politics. But interestingly enough when you get to that last speech that somebody brought up, and we were talking about why we worked so hard on it, you can ask yourself that fundamental question, ‘Am I Bud? Or am I a participant? And who am I going to be going forward?’ And it’s not going to change the world, but I feel good about what we tried to do. ~Kevin Costner

Cast: Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper, Nathan Lane, Kelsey Grammer, Stanley Tucci, George Lopez,  Madeline Carroll

Synecdoche, New York

Image courtesy Philip Seymour Hoffman Fanclub

Memorable Dialogue

Caden Cotard: My father died. They said his body was riddled with cancer and that he didn’t know, he went in because his finger hurt. They said he suffered horribly, and that he called out for me before he died. They said that he said he regretted his life. They said he said a lot of things, too many to recount, and they said it was the longest and the saddest deathbed speech any of them had ever heard.

Cast: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Samantha Morton, Michelle Williams, Catherine Keener, Emily Watson, Dianne Wiest, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Hope Davis, Madeleine Gravis, Tom Noonan

The Lucky Ones

Witty Dialogue

Colee Dunn: Hey Cheaver! Guess what?

Fred Cheaver: What?

Colee Dunn: His penis works!

[Points at T.K]

Fred Cheaver: What do you mean? You got wood?

Colee Dunn: Yeah, definitely wood!

Fred Cheaver: So we don’t need these ladies anymore?

Colee Dunn: No, He is all fixed up. He could pound nail with that thing.

Fred Cheaver: Pound a nail? How do you know that? Have you touched it?

Colee Dunn: No, I didn’t have to, it was just poking right into me. Its a miracle!

Fred Cheaver: You are one lucky bastard T.K.

Cast: Rachel McAdams, Tim Robbins, Michael Peña, Molly Hagen, Mark L Young

The Women

The Women: Literally, there are no male characters shown in the whole movie, not even in the wide street and shop shots on background.

Barbara Delacorte: Everything was wonderful, Mary. I must have the name of your caterer.  So yummy.

Mary Haines: Oh, no. I made everything myself. I think people appreciate the personal touch.

Barbara Delacorte: You cooked? Oh, Mary, how could you. What were you thinking? Now we’ll all have to do that.

Cast: Meg Ryan,  Annette Bening, Eva Mendes, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett smith, Bette Midler, Candice Bergman, Carrie Fisher, Cloris Leachman, Debi Mazar


Yes Man

Carl Allen (talking to himself): Hey Carl…you wanna give your money away to some homeless guy? Yes, yes I do.  How ’bout letting him use up the phone battery so that you can’t get help when your car runs out of gas?  You know what? That sound like a fuckin’ great idea!

Allison: Have you met my friend Ian?  He’s a computer hacker.  He helped me erase your MySpace page and your band’s MySpace page and your FaceBook page.  Happy networking asshole!

Cast: Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel, Bradley Cooper, John Michael Higgins and Terence Stamp