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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.

Anacondas: Hunt for the Blood Orchid —

A group of scientists journey down a jungle river in search — of an extremely rare orchid rumored to be the source of a youth-preserving — serum. But a deadly predator lies in wait. Johny Messner, Kadee Strickland, — Mathew Marsden, Morris Chestnut. PG-13 for action violence, scary images — and some language/97 minutes.

Alien vs. Predator —

A billionaire finances an expedition to the Antarctic — to uncover a pyramid long since buried. What they find is a battlefield — for two alien races. Lance Henriksen, Sanaa Lathan, Raoul Bova PG-13 for — violence, language, horror images, slime and gore, 101 min.

Collateral —

A contract killer uses a cab to arrive at his kills. When — circumstances cause him to actually hijack the cab and the driver, Max, — the two men find their survival dependent on each other. Directed by Michael — Mann ("The Insider") Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith R for — violence and language 120min.

De-Lovely

Cole Porter, one of the greatest of all Broadway songwriters, — married his socialite muse and, by all accounts, loved her the entire — 30 years of their marriage. But while he may have worshipped his wife, — he also had many relationships with men. Kevin Kline, Ashley Judd, Jonathan — Pryce. PG-13 for sexual content and language.

Hero —

In Mandarin with English subtitles

A series of Rashomon-like flashback accounts shape the — story of how one man defeated three assassins who sought to murder the — most powerful warlord in pre-unified China. The film seeks to explore — the Chinese concept of a hero, and shows how man must make war to secure — the peace. Lush cinematography in the most expensive Chinese movie made — to date. Directed by Zhang Yimou ("Raise the Red Lantern", "Ju Dou", "Not — One Less", "Road Home", "Happy Times") Jet Li, Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung — PG-13 for stylized martial arts violence and a scene of sexuality/99 minutes.

Napoleon Dynamite —

With a red afro, moon boots and ninja moves, Napoleon — Dynamite spends his days in the rural town of Preston, Idaho, drawing — magical beasts, working on his computer hackingskills to impress the chicks — and begrudgingly feeding his grandma's pet llama.When his friend tries — to run for class president, it's Napoleon who tires to help him triumph — over adversity. John Heder, Efran Rameriz. PG for thematic elements and — language, 90 minutes.

Princess Diaries 2 —

Mia, now ready to assume her role as a princess, has moved — into the Royal Palace with her grandmother, Queen Clarisse. But according — to law, Mia must marry and become the new Queen, a situation that exposes — her to a parade of suitors. Anne Hathaway, Julie Andrews.G, 113 min.

Riding Giants —

Documentary offering a thrilling, informative history — of big-wave surfing, featuring three legendary participants of the sport. — From Greg Noll, a hotdogger who became big-wave riding's first ambassador — in the 1950's, to Jeff Clark, who surfed Mavericks alone in the Northern — California for years, to Laird Hamilton, the blond titan who ushered big-wave — riding to its present extreme-sport vitality. Directed by Stacy Peralta — ("Dogtown and Z-Boys"); Featuring Greg Noll, Jeff Clark, Laird Hamilton. — PG-13 for brief, strong language. 102 minutes.

Suspect Zero

An FBI agent suspects a former agent of stalking and executing — killers as a sort of avenging vigilante. He may also be after a Suspect — Zero, a serial killer responsible for hundreds of murders.

Aaron Eckhart, Ben Kingsley, Carrie-Anne Moss. R for violent — content, language and some nudity/100 minutes.

Without a Paddle —

Three young guys go into the Oregon wilderness in search — of a lost treasure. Taking a canoe upriver, everything that can go wrong, — does.

Seth Green, Matthew Lillard, Dax Shepherd, Burt Reynolds. — PG-13 for drug content, sexual material, language, crude humor and some — violence.

Vanity Fair —

Set in early 19th century London, Becky sharp, a willful, — resourceful, and charming pleasure-seeker, uses her finishing school credentials — and connections to get a job as governess. Adapted from William Thackeray's — novel.

Directed by Mira Nair ("Monsoon Wedding", Mississippi — Masala")

Reese Witherspoon, James Purefoy, Jim Broadbent, Gabriel — Byrne, Bob Hoskins, Rhys Ifans

PG-13 for some sensuality/partial nudity and a brief violent — image. 141 min.

Intimate Strangers —

In French with English subtitles

A woman consults a psychologist due to marital problems, — but knocks on the wrong office door. The man who answers, a mild-mannered — tax accountant, doesn't have the nerve to tell her she's made a mistake, — and is exposed to the most intimate details of her marriage and sex life. — Erotic suspense in the style of Hitchcock.

Directed by Patrice Leconte ("Man on the Train", "Tango")

Fabrice Luchini, Sandrine Bonnaire, Michel Duchausoy

R for sexual dialogue. 104 min.

Wicker Park —

A young ad exec has decided to settle down and marry, — but after spying a lost love in a local caf?, he becomes obsessed with — finding out about her.

Josh Harnett, Matthew Lillard, Rose Byrne, Diane Kruger

PG-13 for sexuality and language. 115 min.

Paparazzi —

When a group of overzealous paparazzi photographers cause — a car accident that injures the wife and son of a movie star, he plans — revenge.

Cole Hauser, Tom Sizemore, Robin Tunney, Dennis Farina

PG-13 for intense violent sequences, sexual content and — language. 85 minutes.

Corporation —

Documentary based on Joel Bakan's book "The Corporation: — The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power". A timely critical inquiry — that examines the very nature of the corporation - its inner workings, — curious history, controversial impacts and possible futures. Audience — Award for Best Documentary Feature at Sundance.

NR/145m.

Cellular —

A wrong number on his cell phone sends a young man into — a high-stakes race against time to save a woman's life.

Chris Evans, Kim Basinger, Jason Statham, William H. Macy

PG-13 for violence, terror

situations, — language and

some sexualitly.

Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse

After escaping a secret facility overrun by the undead, — Alice finds her genetically altered strength, senses and dexterity useful — in staying alive and battling the evil corporation who altered her.

Mila Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Eric Mabius

R for non-stop violence, language and some nudity/94m.