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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.

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.

Grudge —

A murderous supernatural curse born of a grudge infects — its victims like a virus. Based on the Japanese film, "Ju-On".

Sarah Michelle Gellar, Jason Behr

PG-13 for mature thematic material, disturbing images/terror/violence — and some sensuality/96m/F

Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear and the Selling of — American Empire —

Documentary attempts to show how a radical fringe of the — Republican Party has used the trauma of the 9/11 terror attacks to advance — a pre-existing agenda to radically transform American foreign policy, — while rolling back civil liberties and social programs at home.

Narrated by Julian Bond; interviews with Daniel Ellsberg, — William Hartung, Robert Jensen, Noam Chomsky, others

NR/76m/F

I Heart Huckabees

Two existential detectives investigate an alarming series — of coincidences experienced by the head of the Open Spaces Coalition.

Directed by David O. Russell ("Flirting with Disaster")

Mark Wahlberg, Jude Law, Dustin Hoffman, Lily Tomlin, — Naomi Watts, Jason Schwartzman

R for language and a sex scene/107m/S

Motorcycle Diaries —

In Spanish with English subtitles

An adaptation of a journal written by Ernesto "Che" Guevara — when he was 23 years old. He and his friend, seeking adventure before — graduating college, embark on a road trip across Argentina, Chile, Columbia — and Venezuela in 1951/52. The two friends' lives run parallel for a while — but, by the end of the film, each man's destiny has been decided.

Directed by Walter Salles ("Central Station")

Gael Garcia Bernal, Rodrigo De la Serna

R for language/126m/F

Ray —

The life story of Ray Charles, born in the segregated — South in 1930, he went blind from glaucoma at the age of seven. A pianist, — singer, composer, and bandleader, Charles is credited with the early development — of soul music. He also fought for civil rights, was a womanizer, battled — a heroin addiction and survived numerous professional clashes with record — companies.

Directed by Taylor Hackford

Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Clifton Powell, Harry Lennix, — Terrence Dashon Howard, Richard Schiff, Regina King

PG-13 for depiction of drug addiction, sexuality and some — thematic elements/152m/F

Saw —

When Adam is jolted back to consciousness after nearly — drowning at the bottom of a decrepit bathtub, he finds himself chained — to a rusty pipe inside a dark torture chamber. There is another man, similarly — chained to the opposite side of the space. And between them, a man is — lying in a pool of blood.

Tobin Bell, Ken Leung, Cary Elwes, Danny Glover, Monica — Potter

R for some graphic violence and gore/100m/F

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.

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.

Shaun of the Dead —

A man decides to turn his somewhat lacking life around — by winning back his girlfriend, reconciling with his mother, and dealing — with an entire community that has returned from the dead to eat the living.

Simon Pegg, Kate Ashfield, Nick Frost, Lucy Davis

R for zombie violence/gore and language. 99min.

Surviving Christmas —

Facing yet another Christmas alone, Drew Latham decides — to go back to his idyllic childhood home to spend the holidays with family. — However, the people now living there are not his family. But Drew's not — about to let that put a crimp in his plans.

Ben Affleck, James Gandolfini, Christina Applegate, Catherine — O'Hara

PG-13 for sexual content, language and a brief drug reference/92m/F

Team America: World Police —

An international police force learns that a power hungry — dictator is brokering weapons of mass destruction to terrorists, so the — heroes (including a rising Broadway star) embark on a harrowing mission — to save the world. Trey parker and Matt Stone ("South Park") tackle current — events head on with an all-marionette cast.

Directed by Trey Parker; Written by Trey Parker and Matt — Stone; Voice talents of Trey Parker, Matt Stone

R for graphic, crude and sexual humor, violent images — & strong language; all involving puppets. 105 min.