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November 2005
Week of November 20th through November 24th

RENT opens on November 23rd

Based on Puccini's classic opera La Boheme, Jonathan Larson's revolutionary rock opera Rent tells the story of a group of bohemians struggling to live and pay their rent in the gritty background of New York's East Village. "Measuring their lives in love," these starving artists strive for success and acceptance while enduring the obstacles of poverty, illness and the AIDS epidemic. One of the longest running shows on Broadway, Rent was the winner of the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Obie Award, the New York Drama Critics Circle Award, four Tony Awards and three Drama Desk awards. Cast includes Rosario Dawson, Taye Diggs, Idina Menzel, Jesse L. Martin, Adam Pascal, Tracie Thomas, Sarah Silverman, Anthony Rapp, Tracie Thoms, Wilson Jermaine Heredia.

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Rent: Cast Interviews

Director Chris Columbus
Rosario Dawson and Adam Pascal
Taye Diggs and Anthony Rapp
Jesse L. Martin and Wilson Jermaine Heredia

PULSE Trailer

Check out the remake with Christina Milian
Syriana: An Interview with Jeffrey Wright

Wright examines his character and talks about the sort of films he looks for.
The Ice Harvest : An Interview with John Cusack

Cusack goes over his role, working with Billy Bob Thornton and his attraction to film noirs.
Denzel Washington News

Cassavette to direct Washington in "Steinbeck's Point of View".
Dreamgirls update

Check out the latest wallpaper.
Superman Returns update

Teaser Trailer now online.
Memoirs of a Geisha update

New images added recently.
Breakfast On Pluto: An Interview with Cillian Murphy

Murphy goes over his role and working with Director Neil Jordan.
Little Man casting news

Kerry Washington With Wayans In 'Little Man'
LL Cool J news

Charlie Bohl hired to write film for LL Cool J
Walk the Line update

Images of the film now online.
GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN'- Cast Interviews

Terrence Howard
Quincy Jones
Get Rich or Die Tryin' Update

7 film clips are now available online.
BLADE casting update

Actor & rapper Kirk 'Sticky' Jones taking over the role of Blade in the upcoming TV series
DERAILED - Cast Interviews

Jennifer Aniston, Clive Owen, and Vincent Cassel press conference
The Rza
Pride and Prejudice: An Interview with Kiera Knightly

Knightley goes over her role in “Pride and Prejudice”, the difference between this and “Domino” and her Hollywood image.
BEE SEASON'- Cast Interviews

Richard Gere

November DVD Releases

Oprah Winfrey's 20th Anniversary and Jamie Foxx share the spotlight this week.

King Kong Update

Trailer and new images available online.

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First Looks

Something New
Memoirs of a Geisha
When A Stranger Calls
Hills Have Eyes

The Producers

Last Holiday
Pirates of the Carribean 2
16 Blocks
Winter Passing
Lie With Me
American Gun
Madeas Family Reunion
Big Momma's House 2
Over The Hedge
Jump Shot
Final Destination 3
Brokeback Mountain
The Matador
Slow Burn
Walk the Line
King Kong
Superman Returns

Snakes in a Plane
The Pulse
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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



Latest Review Additions:
Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire (in Film )
I urge you to view this magical creation, bask in its creative ambiance, and see a perfect dream unravel before your eyes.
Jarhead (in Film )
Entertainment value is a must in any film and that is the one area that Jarhead comes up short. It simply drags in too many places.
Doom (in Film )
Doom is a far more accomplished film. Granted, my expectations were extremely low, but that doesn't take away from the fact that the filmmakers made a decent film.
North Country (in Film )
North Country is a gripping, emotionally packed stunner of a drama that easily contends as the best film of 2005.
Good Night and Good Luck (in Film )
Good Night, and Good Luck is a major artistic achievement by Clooney and easily one of the best films of 2005.
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. 
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