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04.18.2005

You can always check into our UPCOMING MOVIES section for all of the latest info on all the upcoming movie releases, but here's what's opening this week -->

FILMS IN WIDE RELEASE

THE INTERPRETER

Kidman stars as African-born U.N. interpreter Silvia Broome, who inadvertently overhears a death threat against an African head of state scheduled to address the United Nation's General Assembly. Realizing she's become a target of the assassins as well, Silvia's desperate to thwart the plot...if only she can survive long enough to get someone to believe her. Sean Penn is Tobin Keller, the federal agent charged with protecting the interpreter, who nonetheless suspects she may not be telling the whole truth. Silvia and Tobin, by nature, see life from different points of view: one, a U.N. interpreter, believes in the power and sanctity of words; the other, a Secret Service agent, believes in reading people based on their behavior, no matter what is said. In the right hallway, at the right time, all it takes is a whisper to tip the balance of power.


8.8/10 (37 votes)


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KING'S RANSOM

Anthony Anderson stars as Malcolm King, a wealthy and arrogant businessman whose ex-wife to be has plans to take him for everything hes worth in their divorce settlement. Determined to avoid losing his fortune to her, Malcolm plans his own kidnapping with the help of his dim-witted mistress and her ex-con brother. Unfortunately for Malcolm, he is not the only one with a kidnapping plot.


6.7/10 (7 votes)


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A LOT LIKE LOVE

It takes some people years to fall in love at first sight...A LOT LIKE LOVE is a romantic comedy about destiny, connection and the frequently fuzzy line between chance friendships and happily ever after. A LOT LIKE LOVE traces the relationship of Oliver (Kutcher) and Emily (Peet) who meet on a flight from Los Angeles to New York seven years ago - each of them declaring that they couldn't be more wrong for each other. Life keeps bringing them back together over the next seven years, but the timing never seems right. As they struggle with their different partners, careers and breakups, they turn from casual acquaintances into trusted friends who can say anything to one another. As they each search for love and a relationship that's not fated for disaster, it takes seven years for Oliver and Emily to figure out that maybe what they really have is something...a lot like love.


8.1/10 (11 votes)


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FILMS IN LIMITED RELEASE

DUMA

Set in the exotic country of South Africa, this film tells the powerful adventure tale of an unbreakable bond of friendship between a cheetah named Duma and Xan (Alexander Michaletos), an intrepid young boy who faces the true test of love when he must cross the whole of Southern Africa to return his best friend to his rightful home in the wilds. On his journey, Xan learns that everything always changes, but not love.


9.4/10 (5 votes)


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SAVE THE GREEN PLANET

Lee Byeong-Gu (Shin Ha-Gyun, JSA) is a sensitive, blue collar sad sack hopped up on conspiracy theories and sci-fi films whose life has been derailed by one bad break after another. Yet he knows there's no such thing as bad luck. The only thing that could have made such a mess of his life are...aliens. Nasty, disgusting aliens who have infiltrated human society. Sly aliens who are planning to destroy our planet at the next lunar eclipse. The one alien possessing the Royal Genetic Code needed to contact the Crown Prince and stop the destruction just happens to be his old boss, CEO of Yuje Chemicals, Kang Man-Shik (Baek Yun-Shik).

So with the help of his circus-performer girlfriend he sets out to kidnap Kang and torture him until he confesses to his alien identity and stops the invasion. Of course, it's hard to confess to something that's just a delusion in a sick man's mind. First time director Jang Jun-Hwan has marshaled every trick in his cinematic arsenal to unleash a full-out moviemaking assault on the audience. Shot for $4 million, this stylish flick looks like something Terry Gilliam would come up with if he were in a really bad mood. Funny, brilliant and moving, SAVE THE GREEN PLANET is one-of-a-kind.


7/10 (3 votes)


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