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March 2004
Week of March 29th thru April 2nd
WALKING TALL opens on April 2nd


Chris Vaughn, a retired soldier who returns to his hometown to make a new life for himself, only to discover his wealthy high school rival has closed the once-prosperous lumber mill to turn the town's resources towards his own criminal gains. His actions endanger his family and threaten his own life, but Chris refuses to back down until his hometown once again feels like home. Directed by Kevin Bray (All About The Benjamins), Walking Tall also stars Kristen Wilson, and Khleo Thomas.


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Jersey Girl: An Interview with Ben Affleck
Ben talks about working with Will Smith, becoming a father one day, and the crazy year he's had so far, especially with the breakup with you know who.

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Bon Voyage: An Interview with Jean-Paul Rappeneau & Virginie Ledoyen
I recently had the honor of interviewing its renowned director, Jean-Paul Rappeneau, and star, Virginie Ledoyen, in New York City.

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Taking Lives : Cast Interviews

Angelina Jolie
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Dawn of the Dead: An Interview with Ving Rhames
His persona as the tough-minded no-nonsense brother will once again be displayed in his latest film, the remake to George Romero's Dawn of the Dead, where Ving plays a cop named Kenneth. Ving talks about generating fear from this film and what gets him going as an actor.

Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London : Cast Interviews

Anthony Anderson
Frankie Muniz
Spartan: An Interview with Val Kilmer
Kilmer talked about working with David Mamet and doing some training for the film.
By Tonisha Johnson
James' Journey to Jerusalem: An Interview with Ra' anan Alexandrowicz & Siyabonga Melongisi Shibe
The filmmaker and actor talk about filming in Israel.
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Starsky & Hutch: Cast Interviews
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Mortensen spoke to Blackfilm.com about making the film, honoring the beautiful animals on whose back he relives Hopkins' legend, and dealing with the windfall of publicity he's endured in recent years as the star of one of Hollywood's biggest film series of all time.

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Jersey Girl (in Film)
No one will ever accuse Ben Affleck of not being a sensitive guy after seeing Jersey Girl. Itworks best as a date film. It will illicit tears, a few chuckles, and not much else.
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This will probably be the first in an avalanche of sequels, but the film is actually entertaining and an improvement on the original. It's a children's movie from start to finish, but succeeds in dropping some very adult themes over the heads of younger viewers.

The Lady Killers (in Film)
Ethan and Joel Coen have made a career of directing and writing interesting, quirky films with memorable characters, but their latest effort, The Ladykillers, is lacking considerably in all of these categories. It drags out a story that could have easily been resolved in less time.

Never Die Alone (in Film)
In order for anyone to appreciate this film, you have to know that the film is an adaptation of a book by Novelist Donald Goines. In this case, NEVER DIE ALONE, is a very well adapted story for which DMX excels in a role he could do blinded.

Secret Window (in Film)
If you are going to see a film that's based off a Stephen King novel, you better be prepared for something offbeat and spooky, and that's what Johnny Depp brings to this latest adaptation, Secret Window.

Dawn of the Dead (in Film)
Snyder's remake is not an outstanding piece of work, but more of a faithful one as he keeps the gore and chill effect as close to the original.

Bon Voyage (in Film)
Bon Voyage, the latest film from renowned French director Jean-Paul Rappeneau, is remarkably clever in its goal to satirize France's shameful surrender in World War Two. The story is complex and takes a while to get going, but becomes very interesting when the plot starts to develop.

Starsky and Hutch (in Film)
Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson's comedic timing, as well as the '70s look in the film and the casting of Snoop Dogg as Huggy Bear makes the film a joy to watch.

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Agent Cody Banks: Destination London (in Film)
Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London is a wonderfully clean, silly, depthless film for the 8 to 12 year old set.

Hidalgo (in Film)
Hidalgo is an adventure tale for the whole family to enjoy, filled with emotion and quality entertainment. I highly recommend it.

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