In the tradition of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the action comedy New York Minute follows one monumental day in the lives of Jane and Roxanne Ryan (Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen), sister adversaries who begrudgingly journey together from their Long Island home to New York City. Pursued by an overzealous truant officer (Eugene Levy) and accused of kidnapping a Senator's dog, the Ryans must work together to thwart the forces threatening to jeopardize Jane's college dreams and ship Roxy off to a convent school.
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New York Says Thank You is an epic story following the journey of New Yorkers whose lives were touched by September 11 as they travel the country helping communities rebuild after disasters. Along the way, they face their emotions and ultimately triumph over tragedy through an idea that evolved from a five-year-old New York City boy. | Read MoreDocumentary
Hedén's debut film sensitively illuminates the effects of lovesickness and wanderlust. After Sidney sends his lost love a plane ticket and a letter, asking her to meet him at the top of the Empire State Building, he unexpectedly meets a lovesick woman. Together they wander the streets of New York, lamenting their lost loves while secretly wondering if they're falling in love with each other. In English. | Read More
Revolving around Jesse, a 17-year-old surfer who treads the line between success and self-destruction, Newcastle saturates the senses with magnificent surfing footage and absorbs viewers in the fresh loves and personal tragedies of Jesse and his mates. | Read MoreDrama and Sports
When you get married, you're not just getting a husband or wife-you get the family, the friends, even the exes. With crackling humor and sharp insights into modern relationships, writer/director Edward Burns tracks a newly wedded couple whose honeymoon period is upended by the arrival of the husband's wild-child baby sister and the crumbling marriage of the wife's meddlesome sister. Burns, Caitlin FitzGerald, Max Baker, Marsha Dietlein Bennett, and Kerry Bishé star. | Read More
Having grown up in a tiny hardscrabble village in the Mexican highlands, Martin sets out for Mexico City to seek his own destiny, and to save his father and mother from the marginalization to which they seem destined. An impressively crafted and moving first feature.
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In this fast-paced remake of Johnnie To's Breaking News, the public confidence of the police force is compromised after they botch catching a gang of robbers and it gets captured on camera. In retaliation, the police chief and PR director decide to create a live reality show with a search-and-destroy operation against the gang they let get away. This crime thriller is loaded with loud gunfights and action that takes the term "media war" to a whole new level. | Read MoreDrama, Crime, Action, Thriller
A master of the modern relationship dramedy, Edward Burns crafts a summery gem centered on baby-faced 24-year-old Johnny Rizzo, who's about to trade his dream job in talk radio for some snoozeville gig that'll pay enough to please his fiancée. Enter Uncle Terry (Burns), a rascally womanizer set on turning a day in the Hamptons into an eye-opening fling for his nephew. Nice guy Johnny's not interested, of course, but then he meets the lovely Brooke…. | Read More
The feature debut of the versatile Curtis Harrington (1926-2007) stars a young Dennis Hopper, and until now it has not been seen on 35mm for many years. Set in an amusement park, Harrington's film blends a romantic mystery story with elements of film noir and the horror genre. Preceded by a Harrington experimental short film. | Read More
Since September 11, 2001, over a million Americans have served in the armed forces stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Night Visions focuses on one young man who joined the U.S. Army for idealistic reasons but emerged from the service a very different person. Through intimate interviews and his personal footage of Iraq, we come to realize that some casualties of war are not visible. | Read MoreDocumentary