Lots happening in our new release section. Hope to see you soon. Here they are…..
127 Hours: Directed by Danny Boyle: A mountain climber becomes trapped under a boulder while canyoneering alone near Moab, Utah and resorts to desperate measures in order to survive.
Alamar: Filmmaker Pedro González-Rubio’s delicate family drama about an epic journey into the open sea.
Client 9: Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer An intimate documentary on the rise of the once-popular New York governor and his scandal ridden fall from grace. Includes candid interviews with the scandalized former politician.
Alpha and Omega: Two young wolves at opposite ends of their pack’s social order are thrown together into a foreign land and need each other to return home, but love complicates everything.
Helena From the Wedding: Newlyweds Alex and Alice host a New Year’s Eve party for their closest friends at a remote cabin in the mountains. However, when an unexpected guest shows up, the group’s facades begin to crumble.
Inside Job: Takes a closer look at what brought about the financial meltdown.
Last Train Home: Documentary following a family as they embark on the grueling annual journey along with 200 other million peasant workers to reunite with their distant family.
Eleonore’s Secret: Imaginative modern fairytale from animator Dominique Monféry (Disney’s Destino). In French with optional English dub/sub.
Morning Glory: An upstart television producer accepts the challenge of reviving a struggling morning show program with warring co-hosts.
Next Three Days: Directed by Paul Haggis. A married couple’s life is turned upside down when the wife is accused of a murder.
How Much Further: Beautifully shot and charming road movie about a pair of very different women forced to travel together through Ecuador’s rural south.
Room in Rome: Two young, beautiful women, strangers to each other, spend a long summer night alone in a hotel room exploring each other’s bodies and hearts.
Skin: Based on the true story of a black girl who was born to two white Afrikaner parents in South Africa during the apartheid era.
Summer Wars: Kenji Koiso, an eleventh grade math genius, agrees to take a summer job at the Nagano hometown of his crush.
Tales from Earthsea: Something bizarre has come over the land. The kingdom is deteriorating. People are beginning to act strange… What’s even more strange is that people are beginning to see dragons, which shouldn’t enter the world of humans.
Waiting for Superman: Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim reminds us that education “statistics” have names: Anthony, Francisco, Bianca.
Walking Dead: S1 Police officer Rick Grimes leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies.
William S. Burroughs: Man Within Reverential documentary on the life and legacy of the legendary writer William S. Burroughs. Narrated by Peter Weller. Genesis P-Orridge, John Waters, Laurie Anderson
Chevolution: Documentary examining the history, legacy and legal wrangles surrounding Alberto Korda’s iconic portrait of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara. Antonio Banderas, Gael García Bernal
Copacabana: Belgian comedy about an impulsive, restless single mother who attempts to improve herself to win her adult daughter’s love.
Fighter: Directed by David O Russell. A look at the early years of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward and his brother who helped train him before going pro in the mid 1980s.
Hereafter: Directed by Clint Eastwood. A drama centered on three people — a blue-collar American, a French journalist and a London school boy — who are touched by death in different ways.
Lemmy: Ridiculously entertaining tribute to the thoroughly kickass and unstoppable geriatric frontman of Motörhead.
Features Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Grohl, Metallica, Alice Cooper and many others. A hit at SxSW and Fantasia.
Simple Curve: Widowed father and his twenty-seven year old son, Jim and Caleb, run a custom furniture business in the Slocan Valley area of British Columbia.
Reprise: Swedish comedy-drama follows two close friends as one becomes highly successful while the other’s life falls to pieces.
St. Trinians: St Trinian’s, a school for “young ladies” with its anarchic doctrine of free expression, brings together a motley crew of ungovernable girls who, using their wit and ingenuity, save the school from bankruptcy.
Dickens Collection: Martin Chuzzlewit, Oliver Twist, Bleak House, Our Mutual Friends, Hard Times and Great Expectations.
Airplane, Top Secret, Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Jean De Florette, Manon of the Spring and the Dolphin.
Ciao for now,
The Thomas Staff