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Day After Tomorrow

Tornadoes rip LA; a massive snowstorm pounds New Delhi; — hail the size of grapefruit batters Tokyo; and, in New York City, the — temperature swings from sweltering to freezing in a single day. An abrupt — climate change as induced cataclysmic consequences for the entire planet, — as mankind scrambles to survive. Written and Directed by Roland Emmerich — ("Independence Day", "Patriot") Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum, — Sela Ward, Arjay Smith.

PG-13 for intense situations of peril/ 124 minutes.

Dogville

A beautiful fugitive, Grace, arrives in the isolated town — of Dogville on the run from gangsters. The community eventually agrees — to hide her and, in return, she agrees to work for them. When a search — eventually sets in, the people want more from Grace for their complicity. — But Grace hides a terrible secret, and the "good" townsfolk may come to — regret their demands. Directed by Lars Von Trier. Nicole Kidman, Stellan — Skarsgaard, Patricia Clarkson, James Cann, Chloe Sevigny, Lauren Bacall, — Paul Bettany, Blair Brown, Ben Gazzara, Jeremy Davies.

R for violence and sexual content/178m/S

Dreamers

Left alone in Paris with their parents on holiday, Isabelle — and her brother invite a young American student to stay at their apartment. — They spend the weekend experimenting with emotion and sexuality. Directed — by Bernardo Bertolucci. Michael Pitt, Louis Garrel, Eva Green. In French — and English with English subtitles

NC-17 for explicit sexual content or R for strong sexual — content, and graphic nudity, language and some drug use. 116 min.

Kitchen Stories —

The premise is that in post war Sweden it was discovered — that an average housewife walked the equivalent of the distance from Stockholm — to the Congo every year while preparing her family meals. So the Home — Research Institute sent out 18 observers to a rural district of Norway — to map out the kitchen routines of single men. This is the story of one — of those observers and his subject. A bittersweet comedy. Norway's entry — for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2003. Written and — Directed by Bent Hamer; Starring Tomas Norstrom, Joachim Calmeyer. In — Norwegian with English subtitles.

Not Rated/95m/F

Monsieur Ibrahim —

During the rapidly changing culture of the 1960's, a young — Jewish boy in Paris becomes friends with an elderly Muslim man who owns — a local grocery store. When the boy is abandoned by his father, the man — becomes a very influential adult figure in the young boy's life. Omar — Shariff, Piere Boulanger.

R. 95 min.

Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion —

An award-winning feature-length documentary on Tibet made — over a period of ten years and nine journeys throughout Tibet, India and — Nepal. A sweeping and compelling look at the struggle of the Tibetan people — for freedom for more than five decades. Includes scenes of rarely-seen — rituals in remote monasteries, horse races with Khamba warriors, Himalayan — peaks still traveled by nomadic yak caravans, and a rare interview with — the Dalai Lama. Directed and Photographed by Tom Peosay; Written by Sue — Peosay and Victoria Mudd. Narrated by Martin Sheen, with voiceovers by — Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins and Ed Harris.

NR - Intense Thematic Material. 104min.

Raising Helen —

A New York City woman about to get the promotion of a — lifetime at an ad agency must return to her conservative suburban hometown — to care for her sister's children after a family tragedy. Directed by — Garry Marshall ("Princess Diaries," "Pretty Woman"). Kate Hudson, John — Corbett, Joan Cusack, Hector Elizondo.

PG-13 for thematic issues involving teens. 119 min.

Shrek 2 —

Shrek and Princess Fiona return from their honeymoon to — find an invitation to visit her parents. The King, upset over his daughter — marrying an ogre (as well as becoming one herself), enlists the help of — a Fairy Godmother, Prince Charming and Puss In Boots to force his version — of "happily ever after". Voice talents of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron — Diaz, Antonio Banderas, John Cleese, Julie Andrews, Rupert Everet

PG for some crude humor, a brief substance reference and — some suggestive content/93/m/F

Troy —

The passion of Paris, Prince of Troy, and Helen, Queen — of Sparta, ignites a war that will devastate a civilization. Directed — by Wolfgang Petersen ("Das Boot", "Perfect Storm") Brad Pitt, Orlando — Bloom, Eric Bana, Brian Cox, Saffron Burrows, Peter O'Toole, Julie Christie —

R for graphic violence and some sexuality, nudity. 165 — min.

Van Helsing —

The legendary monster hunter, Van Helsing, travels to — Transylvania on order of a secret society to bring down Dracula, Frankenstein's — monster, the Wolf Man and others. Hugh Jackman, Kate Beckinsale.

PG-13 for nonstop creature action violence and frightening — images, and sensuality.132 min.

What the

$! Do We Know? —

Best Documentary Award Winner at the 2004 Ashland Independent — Film Festival. A woman finds herself in an Alice in Wonderland experience — when her uninspired life quite literally begins to unravel, revealing — the quantum field hidden behind what we consider to be our reality. A — mixture of documentary, animation and drama illustrates ideas woven together — by a Greek chorus of scientists, physicians, mystics and theologians. — NR-111 min.