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Agronomist

In English, French and Creole

An intimate and revealing documentary about the life and — work of Haitian journalist Jean Dominique and his journalist wife, Michael — Montas, subjects who reflect the agony of Haiti's continuing struggle — for freedom. Written and Directed by Jonathan Demme ("Silence of the Lambs," — "Philadelphia," "Swimming to Cambodia"). PG-13 for some violent images — and brief nudity. 90 minutes.

Around the World in 80 Days

The fantastic adventures of eccentric inventor Phileas — Fogg who, to win a bet, journeys around the world in the record time of — 80 days using every mode of transportation from train to boat to elephant — to balloon. Based on the classic Jules Verne novel and the 1956 Academy — Award-winning film. Steve Coogan, Jackie Chan, Cecile de France, Jim Broadbent, — Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, Rob Schneider, Arnold Schwarzenegger, John Cleese. — PG-13 for action violence, some crude humor and mild language. 120 minutes.

Bon Voyage —

In French with English subtitles

At the start of WWII, a self-absorbed French movie star — kills an admirer in her apartment, then convinces another admirer - a — young writer - to dispose of the body. He's caught, but in the confusion — of the German invasion, escapes and flees in the pursuit of the actress. — Mix in a Jewish scientist, a Nazi spy, the murder victim's annoying son, — and a French criminal, and you have a classic French farce that is witty — and dramatic. Directed by Jen-Paul Rappeneau ("That Man From Rio", "Cyrano — de Bergerac") Isabelle Adjani, Gerard Depardieu, Gregori Derangere, Peter — Coyote. PG-13 for some violence. 114 minutes.

Chronicles of Riddick

The continuing adventures of Riddick, who first appeared — in "Pitch Black," a prisoner who ends up protecting a progressive race — from a despot who targets humans for subjugation with any army of warriors — known as Necromongers.

Vin Diesel, Colm Feore, Thandie Newton, Judi Dench. PG-13 — for intense sequences of violent action and some language. 119 minutes.

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.

Dodgeball —

Comedy about the survival of a small fitness facility, — tied to a dodgeball contest with a much larger and aggressive rival.

Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Christine Taylor, Justin Long, — Jason Batemen, Gary Cole, Brigette Nielsen. PG-13 for rude and sexual — humor, and language. 89 minutes.

Garfield —

Live-action and computer generated comedy about the lazy, — orange tabby cat whose pampered lifestyle is upended when his owner brings — home a goofy dog-named Odie. But it's Garfield to the rescue when Odie — is dognapped. Breckin Meyer, Jennifer Love Hewitt; Voice talents of Bill — Murray, Debra Messing, Alan Cumming, Brad Garret. PG for brief mild language. — 85 minutes.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban —

Harry faces his greatest challenge yet - a confrontation — with Sirius Black, an escaped convict and madman rumored to be in cahoots — with Harry's archenemy, Lord Voldemort, and who is suspected of being — the one who killed Harry's parents. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma — Watson, Gary Oldman, Julie Christie, Emma Thompson, Robbie Coltrane, Maggie — Smith, Alan Rickman, Michael Gambon. PG for frightening moments, creature — violence and mild language. 142 minutes.

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 minutes.

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter?and Spring —

In Korean with English Subtitles

Filmed at a single location - a remote and picturesque — mountain lake in South Korea - the story concentrates on the relationship — between a Buddhist monk and his young prot?g?. Five vignettes corresponding — to the seasons of the title seek to isolate essentials of universal human — nature within a Buddhist framework. It is shown with all its violence, — desire, savagery - and its beauty, compassion and delight. Written and — directed by Kim Ki Duk. Oh Young Soo, Kim Ki Duk, Kim Young Min, Seo Jae — Kyung, Ha Yeo Jin. Rated R for some strong sexuality. 103 minutes.

Stepford Wives —

A young couple moves from Manhattan to an upper-class — suburb in Connecticut, where the wives are way to perfect - existing only — to serve their husbands.

Frank Oz directs this comic re-imagining of the 1975 suspense — classic. Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick, Christopher Walken, Bette Midler, — Glenn Close, Faith Hill. PG-13 for sexual content, thematic material and — language. 93 minutes.

Terminal —

A Balkan emigrant is en route to America when a coup erupts — in his country. Without a valid passport, he is forced to live inside — New York's JFK airport. He finds the compressed universe of the terminal — to be a richly complex world of absurdity, generosity, ambition, amusement, — status, and romance, but an airport official desperately wants to be rid — of him. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, — Stanley Tucci. PG-13 for brief language and drug references. 128 minutes.

Tibet: Cry of the Snow Lion —

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. Narrated by Martin Sheen, with voiceovers by Susan Sarandon, Tim — Robbins and Ed Harris. NR. Intense thematic material. 104 minutes.

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 minutes.