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September 2005
Week of September 5th through Sept. 9th
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September Films

Here's a look at what comes out this month in theaters.

The Exorcism of Emily Rose: An Interview with Laura Linney

Linney talks about taking on this film and what her beliefs are.

Superman Returns update

Superman Imagery has the teaser trailer of next year's film.

September DVD Releases

The month of September begins with the return of Toy Story, and the first season of Lost, as well as the well acclaimed film, Crash.


Joblo.com has an exclusive poster on the 50 cent film

Underclassmen: An Interview with Nick Cannon

Cannon talks about serving as a producer in his film at such a young age.

DVD Releases

Description: The Month of August ends with Beauty Shop, Lackawanna Blues, and Monster In-Law.

Poseidon News

Movieweb has an exclusive set report and an exclusive behind-the-scenes video clip on the adventure remake

Domino Update

Joblo has the exclusive poster for the Keira Knightley film featuring Delroy Lindo and Mo'Nique.

The Cave: An Interview with Morris Chestnut

Chestnut spoke about taking on this role and working in the water again.

Todd McFarlane's Spawn Animation Cast Alert

Carl Weathers, Keith David, Michael Jai White, and Cree Summer are lending their voices to this animation.

HBO's One Night Stand

Earthquake tears it up with plenty of jokes.

The Brothers Grimm: Cast Interviews

Lena Headey
Monica Bellucci

New Jack City DVD release

Mario Van Peebles reflects on his debut film.


Actuacine.net has the exclusive poster to the Val Kilmer, Robert Downey film.

Andre Benjamin News

Hollywood News had new pics from Guy Ritchie's 'Revolver'.

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First Looks

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

Saw II
Two for the Money
North Country

Snakes in a Plane
Nine Lives
The Pulse
The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
In Her Shoes
The Transporter 2

Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance


Lonely Hearts
End Game
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
Ghost Rider
Cry Wolf
A Scanner Darkly
Akeelah and the Bee
The Tenants
Dying for Dolly
Aeon Flux
The Man
Into the Blue

Carlito's Way

Underworld: Evolution
Roll Bounce

Memoirs of a Geisha
An Unfinished Life



Latest Review Additions:
The Baxter Review (in Film )
Summer romantic comedies are usually quite painful to sit through, but The Baxter is a breeze.

The Memory of a Killer Review (in Film )
Director Erik Van Looy, has put together such a well crafted film with an amazing performance by its lead actor, Jan Decleir.

The 40 Year-Old Virgin Review (in Film )
“The 40 Year-Old Virgin” is insanely filled with enough jokes and uproarious scenes that you will need a box of tissues to wipe away the tears of laughter.

Red Eye Review (in Film )
Not only is the film shorter than 90 minutes, a rarity these days for a drama, but McAdams and Murphy are very combative and appealing in their roles.

Four Brothers Review (in Film )
With Mark Wahlberg leading the charge, “Four Brothers” is a high powered entertaining film filled with enough wit and emotion.

The Skeleton Key Review (in Film )
"The Skeleton Key"  presents a clever twist that you rarely see in Hollywood films these days, and that’s the essence of the film that will have you talking about the twists and turns of it until you figure it out.

The Great Raid Review (in Film )
The Great Raid is not a popcorn action film. It's a good film and is worth spending your money to see.

Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo Review (in Film )
This is the kind of movie where you leave all sophistication at the door and allow yourself to be inundated by stupidity.

Stealth Review (in Film )
Stealth goes in unexpected directions and turns out to be a tremendously entertaining film.

Hustle & Flow Review (in Film )
"Hustle and Flow" is a moving, entertaining, and gritty tale filled with explosion and laughter. Howard not only has a career making performance in the film, but the entire cast is phenomenal.

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