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October 2005
Week of October 10th through October 14th

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Latest Features Additions:
A Solider's Play

Mackie and Diggs together on stage in Charles Fuller's Pulitzer-Prize winning drama.

Curious George Update

Rope of Silicon has some new images on the film

Domino update

Photos of MoNique and Delroy Lindo now online.

Gospel: Cast Interviews

Boris Kodjoe
Tamyra Gray
Nona Gaye
Clifton Powell


Adriane Lenox cast as Samuel L. Jackson's ex-wife in Craig Brewer's film.


Actuacine.net has the teaser poster for the film.

Capote: An interview with Phillip Seymour Hoffman

While at the Toronto Film Festival, Hoffman talked about playing the role of Truman Capote.

Good Night, Good Luck: An interview with George Clooney

Clooney discusses the political implications of the film and its relevance to the modern news media.

Two for the Money: An Interview with Matthew McConaughey

McConaughey talks about his character and the sports-gambling business.

Get Rich or Die Tryin' update

More photos have been added online.

October DVD Releases

Ving Rhames and Terrence Howard open the month of releases with Animal.

Into the Blue: An Interview with Jessica Alba

Alba talks about working with Paul Walker and learning how to deal with sharks. 

Cinderella DVD Premiere

Photos from this extravanganza event now online.

The Last Dragon: 20th Anniversary: An Interview with Taimak

Taimak opens up about his whereabouts these last 20 years and coming back to the film world.


Watch selected scenes of the film with Jessica Alba and Paul Walker

THE GOSPEL PREMIERE September 24, 2005 - The Rialto Atlanta, GA USA

Here are photos taken at the premiere in Atlanta, Georgia


Emmy Winner S. Epatha Merkerson joins the cast with Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci.

Serenity: Cast Interviews

Adam Baldwin, Sean Maher, Summer Glau, and Jewel Staite
Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres and Morena Baccarin


Director John Singleton to Receive the 2005 DaimlerChrysler Award

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First Looks

Over The Hedge
Jump Shot


Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Final Destination 3

Brokeback Mountain
The Matador

Slow Burn

Walk the Line
Good Night and Good Luck

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

King Kong
Superman Returns

Saw II
Two for the Money
North Country

Snakes in a Plane
Nine Lives
The Pulse
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
In Her Shoes


Lonely Hearts
End Game
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
Ghost Rider
A Scanner Darkly
Akeelah and the Bee
The Tenants
Dying for Dolly (now IN THE MIX)
Aeon Flux

Underworld: Evolution

Memoirs of a Geisha



Latest Review Additions:
Serenity (in Film )
Funny, intelligent, and filled with a lot of action, , “Serenity”, known as “Firefly” in TV land is as good as any sci-fi film ever brought to the big screen.
The Gospel (in Film )
While the script and editing are flawed, “The Gospel” is still an evening’s entertainment with heart and soul. If anything else, the music is what will drive you to come see this film.
Serenity (in Film )
Funny, intelligent, and filled with a lot of action, , 'Serenity", known as "Firefly" in TV land is as good as any sci-fi film ever brought to the big screen.
Two for the Money (in Film )
"Two For the Money" is a sucker's bet with a heart of gold. With Pacino acting without restraint, you can’t lose on this film.
Into the Blue (in Film )
The film is chock full of pretty, physically perfect people, but ultimately, the film ramps up and becomes a mindless yet engaging thriller if that is possible. 
Oliver Twist (in Film )
Polanksi's masterful touch is evident in every frame of this wonderful film. It is another grand achievement by one of film's greatest auteurs.
Roll Bounce (in Film )
Far from perfect, as there are several clichés within the film, and some of the characters go undeveloped, but overall, the film offers enough wit and charm that should please all that come to see it.
Flightplan (in Film )
You know what you're getting with Jodie Foster and Peter Sarsgaard, and they don't disappoint.
Racing Against The Clock (in Film )
A heartwarming documentary of women empowerment.
The Constant Gardener Review (in Film )
The Constant Gardner is an intellectual film with a purpose.  It is thoughtful and provocative, but not nearly the suspenseful thriller it’s made out to be.

The Man Review (in Film )
"The Man" is another black and white buddy movie where the jokes are flat and the talent is wasted.

Carlito's Way: Rise To Power Review (in Film )
If you're looking for a action packed, gunslinging gangsta this is not the film.

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