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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.

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.

First Daughter —

The daughter of the President of the United States wants — to enjoy her college years without the constant presence of the Secret — Service. So a young agent is assigned to go undercover to protect her.

Directed by Forest Whitaker; Starring Katie Holmes, Mark — Blucas, Michael Keaton

PG for language, sexual situations and alcohol-related — material, 105 min.

Forgotten —

A grieving mother is told by her psychiatrist that she — has created the memories of a lost 8-year-old son that she never had. — But then she meets a man who has had a similar experience, and she sets — out to prove her son's existence.

Julianne Moore, Dominic West, Gary Sinise, Anthony Edwards, — Alfre Woodard, Linus Roache

PG-13 for intense thematic material, some violence and — brief language, 91 min.

Garden State —

Andrew returns to his hometown for the funeral of his — clinically depressed mother, a journey that reconnects him with some of — his past friends. Because the trip coincides with his decision to stop — taking his powerful anti-depressants, he also begins to reconnect with — himself, rekindling emotional attachments and confronting his father, — a psychologist.

Written and Directed by Zach Braff

Zach Braff, Natalie Portman, Ian Holm, Peter Sarsgaard

R for language, drug use and a scene of sexuality, 109 — min.

Hunting of the President —

Adapted from the book by Joe Conason and Gene Lyons, this — documentary uses dramatic narration provided by Morgan Freeman, ominous — music, and humorous stock footage to develop tension, drama, humor and — outrage in telling the story of the alleged Republican conspiracy that — tried for ten years to discredit President Bill Clinton.

NR, but contains testimony about sexual relations, language, — glimpse of a woman in a wet t-shirt, news footage of an execution, 89 — min.

Mister 3000

An arrogant, retired baseball player who built his life — around his claim of getting 3,000 hits find out that three of them have — been disqualified. He is forced into a comeback to get his additional — hits and re-claim his record, and maybe some integrity.

Bernie Mac, Angelina Bassett

PG-13 for sexual content and language. 103 min.

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.

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.

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow —

Set in 1939 New York, a reporter and a pilot track down — a mad scientist and try to foil his plot to take over the world.

Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelia Jolie, Bai Ling, Omid — Djalili, Giovanni Ribisi.

PG for sequences of stylized sci-fi violence and some — mild language, 107min.

Wimbledon —

A tennis player falls to a rank of 157th on the circuit — and loses his desire to play. Then he meets an ambitious player on the — women's circuit who helps him regain his focus. But is he good for her — focus?

Kirsten Dunst, Paul Bettany

PG-13 for language, sexuality and partial nudity.

Home at the End of the World —

A tale that chronicles a dozen years in the lives of two — best friends who couldn't be more different.

Colin Farrell, Robin Wright Penn, Sissy Spacek, Dallas — Roberts.

R for strong drug content, sexuality, nudity, language — and a distruring incident. 120 min.