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Shark Tale

Oscar, a fast-talking little fish who dreams big, is showered — with fame and fortune when a great white lie turns him into a hero. But — when his lie threatens to make him the Catch of the Day, he must try to — tip the scales back in his favor again. Animated.

Voice talents of Will Smith, Angelina Jolie, Renee Zellwegger, — Martin Scorcese, Robert DeNiro, Jack Black, Peter Falk

PG for some mild language and crude humor, 91 min.

La Dolce Vita —

Marcello Mastroianni stars in Fellini's classic 1960 film — about a playboy celebrity journalist who sees his life in shallow, hedonistic — Rome society as worthless, but cannot change. One of Fellini's most entertaining — and least ambiguous films, with a brilliant performance by the young Mastroianni. — Written and Directed by Federico Fellini Marcello Mastroianni, Anita Ekberg, — Anouk Aimee

NR but contains nudity and sexual situations, 174 min.

Ladder 49 —

A firefighter trapped in the worst blaze of his career — awaits rescue. While his life hangs in the balance, family, dignity and — courage come into focus.

Juaquin Phoenix, John Travolta, Morris Chestnut, Robert — Patrick

PG-13 for intense fire and rescue situations, and for — language, 115 min.

Outfoxed —

Scathing documentary about the Fox News Channel and, in — a broader sense, an indictment of media empires and the dangers of ever — enlarging corporations deciding the public's need-to-know. Includes interviews — with former Fox News Channel employees and inter-office memos they provided.

Directed by Robert Greenwald

NR, 71 min.

Silver City —

The discovery of a corpse threatens to unravel a bumbling — politician's campaign for governor of Colorado. Political comedy/drama — touches on greedy developers, lobbyists, brutal moguls, apathetic journalists, — exploited immigrants and Machiavellian campaign managers.

Directed by John Sayles

Chris Cooper, Danny Huston, Mary Kay Place, Kris Kristofferson, — Maria Bello, Daryl Hannah, Richard Dreyfuss

R for language, 129 min.

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Shall We Dance

A businessman discovers a new passion for dancing, and — for a beautiful dance instructor. His passion for dancing revitalizes — the young woman, and her instruction leads him to revitalize his marriage.

Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez

PG-13 for some sexual references and brief language, 100 — 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 minutes.

Friday Night Lights —

Based on the best seller, the story focuses on the small — town of Odessa, Texas, their obsession with high school football and the — pressure to win. Billy Bob Thornton, Lucas Black, Derek Luke

PG-13 for thematic issues, sexual content, language, some — teen drinking and rough sports action, 118 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.

Raise Your Voice —

A small town girl with a big voice defies her father's — wishes and secretly heads off to spend a summer at a Los Angeles performing — arts academy. There she finds herself in a highly competitive program — in an intimidating new city. Hilary Duff, Jason Ritter, John Corbett, — Rebecca De Mornay, David Keith, Rita Wilson

PG for thematic elements and language, 107 min.

Raspberry Heaven —

Angie has flashbacks while working with the Shakespeare — Festival in Ashland, Oregon. She replays her tormented past through an — encounter that becomes angry and assaultive. She attacks her brother, — Kurt, then attempts suicide. Their tormented past becomes a detective's — obsession, a psychologist's nightmare, and a forgotten soldier's personal — war. In this mystery/drama, no one escapes what they cannot control or — forgive in themselves. Written and Directed by Ashland's David Oas Starring — Alicia Legano, Morgan Spector, Doug Rowe, Michael Elich, Richard Elmore

R for violence, sexual content, and some drug use and — language, 102 min.

Taxi —

Belle is New York's fastest cabbie. An over-eager cop — puts her skills and her souped-up car to use in pursuing a gang of bank — robbers. Queen Latifah, Jimmy Fallow

PG-13 for language, sensuality and brief violence, 97 — min.