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Big Top Pee-Wee  1988  3.0 ★ 85 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 05-Sep-2014   
Pee-Wee Herman joins the circus when a giant storm deposits a big-top tent -- and the menagerie to go with it -- in his front yard. Now it's up to Pee-Wee, the animals and a troupe of circus performers to put on the best show the town's ever seen.


True Grit Nominated For/Won Awards 1969  3.9 ★ 127 mins Classics Rated: G  starting 05-Sep-2014   
Teenage tomboy Mattie Ross enlists the help of crusty lawman Rooster Cogburn to track down the hired hand who murdered her father. Joining them is Texas Ranger La Boeuf, who's after the killer for a different crime.


Roman Holiday Nominated For/Won Awards 1953  4.1 ★ 118 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 05-Sep-2014   
Princess Ann leaves her guardians, and while in Rome, she's taken under the wing of tabloid writer Joe and his photographer sidekick. She thinks the boys don't know who she really is, but they're onto her -- and sense a sensational story.


Days of Thunder Nominated For/Won Awards 1990  3.3 ★ 107 mins Drama Rated: PG-13  starting 12-Sep-2014   
Talented but unproven stock car driver Cole Trickle turns heads on the track. The young hotshot develops a rivalry with a fellow racer that leads to an accident. But with the help of his doctor, Cole just might overcome his injuries -- and his fears.


High Noon Nominated For/Won Awards 1952  3.9 ★ 85 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 12-Sep-2014   
Retiring Marshal Will Kane insists on defending his town from a gang of hooligans who are due on the noon train -- but he faces the task alone as the cowardly townspeople flee like rats from a sinking ship.


Defiance  2008  3.9 ★ 137 mins Drama Rated: R  starting 15-Sep-2014   
In this action-packed drama based on an extraordinary true story, four brothers fight back against Nazi soldiers and create a hidden community in the woods of Belarus to protect more than 1,000 Jewish refugees during World War II.


The Duchess Nominated For/Won Awards 2008  3.7 ★ 109 mins Drama Rated: PG-13  starting 15-Sep-2014   
Keira Knightley stars as Georgiana Spencer, a young duchess who indulges in extravagant vices and begins a scandalous affair with politician Charles Grey to compensate for her unhappy marriage to the duke of Devonshire.


The Cake Eaters  2007  3.0 ★ 86 mins Drama Rated: R  starting 15-Sep-2014 
When aspiring musician Guy Kimbrough (Jayce Bartok) returns to his family home in upstate New York, his arrival shakes up his father, Easy (Bruce Dern), and brother Beagle (Aaron Stanford), who are both still devastated by the recent death of the family matriarch. As the three men struggle to connect, each also tries to find love. Kristen Stewart, Elizabeth Ashley and Miriam Shor co-star in actress Mary Stuart Masterson's directorial debut.


Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Nominated For/Won Awards 1989  3.4 ★ 106 mins Sci-Fi & Fantasy Rated: PG  starting 26-Sep-2014   
Captain Kirk (William Shatner) leads his crew on a mission to free kidnapped diplomats. Arriving at the planet Nimbus III, Kirk and crew come face-to-face with the captor: a smiling Vulcan named Sybok (Laurence Luckinbill) who's Mr. Spock's half-brother. Obsessively searching for God, Sybok hijacks the Enterprise and sets a course for the center of the galaxy. The film marks Shatner's directorial debut.


The Hunted  2003  3.6 ★ 94 mins Action & Adventure Rated: R  starting 30-Sep-2014   
Tommy Lee Jones stars as L.T. Bonham, a retired special ops agent enlisted to track down an assassin with a strange proclivity -- he makes a sport of murdering deer hunters. Bonham gets his man, but the killer escapes while being transported.


Fat Man & Little Boy  1989  3.7 ★ 126 mins Drama Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Helming the Manhattan Project, flinty Gen. Leslie R. Groves clashes with head scientist J. Robert Oppenheimer as they race to build the first nuclear bomb. With the deadline looming, Oppenheimer and his colleagues begin to regret their participation.


Radio Days Nominated For/Won Awards 1987  3.6 ★ 88 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
Director Woody Allen's Oscar-nominated comedy set in 1940s Brooklyn draws heavily on his youth -- a time when radio was king. Through vignettes woven together by music from the era, the film focuses on young Joe (Seth Green) and his houseful of relatives. His father (Michael Tucker) craves news from Europe, his aunt (Dianne Wiest) is obsessed with marriage, and his mother (Julie Kavner) is appalled that Joe has bought a secret decoder ring.


House Arrest  1996  3.3 ★ 111 mins Children & Family Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014   
High schooler Grover Beindorf and his younger sister, Stacy, decide that their parents (Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Pollak) are acting childishly when they announce they're divorcing after 18 years of marriage -- so, the kids lock mom and dad in the basement until they sort out their problems. Grover and Stacy's friends follow suit, and soon, the Beindorf basement is overflowing with the neighborhood's discontented couples!


L'Auberge Espagnole  2002  3.6 ★ 122 mins Comedy Rated: R  starting 01-Oct-2014   
When a Frenchman signs on to become an exchange student and learn Spanish so he can land a coveted job, he heads to Barcelona and moves in with a host of other young Europeans who help him discover how to enjoy life.


Kramer vs. Kramer Nominated For/Won Awards 1979  3.7 ★ 105 mins Drama Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Ted (Dustin Hoffman) is a career-driven yuppie -- until he finds out his dissatisfied wife (Meryl Streep) is leaving him and their 6-year-old son. But just as Ted begins to love being a full-time parent, his wife reappears to reclaim the boy. Poignant and beautifully acted, this cinematic tearjerker swept the 1979 Academy Awards, winning Oscars for Hoffman and Streep in addition to Best Picture, Best Director and Best Screenplay honors.


Interiors Nominated For/Won Awards 1978  3.4 ★ 92 mins Drama Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
In Woody Allen's first dramatic film, the disintegration of an upper class couple's marriage forces their three grown daughters (Diane Keaton, Mary Beth Hurt and Kristin Griffith) to reveal their feelings about them and each other. But none are able to provide ample support to their devastated mother. The film received five Oscar nods, including Best Director, Best Actress (Geraldine Page) and Best Supporting Actress (Maureen Stapleton).


The Fly  1958  3.4 ★ 94 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Scientist André Delambre (David Hedison) has invented a matter transporter. To perfect his machine, he decides to test the device on a human subject -- himself. He steps into the chamber unaware that an ordinary housefly has accompanied him. His head and arm become horrifically switched with those of the fly. Now Delambre and his wife (Patricia Owens) are faced with a gruesome dilemma in this classic sci-fi horror co-starring Vincent Price.


Affliction Nominated For/Won Awards 1998  3.2 ★ 115 mins Drama Rated: R  starting 01-Oct-2014 
Wade Whitehouse (Nick Nolte) is sheriff of a Podunk New Hampshire town, and he's not doing well on the job. Debilitated from years of abuse by his malevolent father (James Coburn), Wade is an abject, drunken failure on the job and family fronts. But when a local businessman is mysteriously killed during a deer hunt, Wade sees the case as a path to redemption. Coburn won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar, and Nolte was nominated for Best Actor.


Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Nominated For/Won Awards 2001  3.6 ★ 82 mins Children & Family Rated: G  starting 01-Oct-2014   
When gooey green aliens kidnap all the adults in Retroville, it's up to Jimmy Neutron to come up with a plan to rescue them. The 11-year-old genius and his pals blast off in homemade rocket ships on an intergalactic mission.


The Wild Thornberrys Movie Nominated For/Won Awards 2002  3.7 ★ 85 mins Children & Family Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
The Thornberry clan is on safari, and things are shaping up the way they usually do -- until a poacher snatches one of the cheetah cubs Eliza and Darwin are traveling with and it's time for a daring rescue.


Annie  1982  3.8 ★ Children & Family Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Based on the Depression-era comic strip "Little Orphan Annie," this adaptation of the smash Broadway musical follows America's favorite urchin (Aileen Quinn) as she captures Daddy Warbucks' (Albert Finney) heart with her unquenchable optimism. In the meantime, Annie must try to dodge the treacherous head of the orphanage (Carol Burnett). Directed by John Huston, Annie features the hit song "Tomorrow."


Body Count  1997  3.1 ★ 88 mins Thrillers Rated: R  starting 01-Oct-2014 
While Daniel (Justin Theroux) and his love, Susanne (Alyssa Milano), hide in the basement of his family's estate, art thieves Jim (Ice-T), Tiny (Tommy "Tiny" Lister) and Cole (Richard Danielson) go on a viscous killing spree, hoping to leave with some expensive art on their way out. All was not well with Daniel's family before the invasion, but now he has to try to save lives in this Kurt Voss-directed actioner.


Nick of Time  1995  3.4 ★ 88 mins Thrillers Rated: R  starting 01-Oct-2014 
Just off the train in Los Angeles, unassuming accountant Gene Watson (Johnny Depp) and his 6-year-old daughter (Courtney Chase) get drawn into a conspiracy to snuff California's governor (Marsha Mason). In the depot, Ms. Jones (Roma Maffia) snatches the girl while Mr. Smith (Christopher Walken) gives the dazed Watson a pistol, a half-dozen slugs and lays down the law: Whack the governor within 90 minutes, or it's the end for the shrimp.


From the Hip Nominated For/Won Awards 1987  3.3 ★ 111 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Jealous superiors assign brash maverick lawyer Robin "Stormy" Weathers (Judd Nelson) to an impossible, high-profile case. Soon, it sinks his confidence as he must defend an uncooperative, megalomaniacal murder suspect (John Hurt) -- a tough task that delights Weathers's colleagues.


Paths of Glory Nominated For/Won Awards 1957  3.8 ★ 87 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Col. Dax leads a weary regiment of French army soldiers during World War I. When French generals order the regiment to carry out what amounts to a suicide mission against German fire, some of the men refuse and are tried on charges of cowardice.


Team America: World Police  2004  3.5 ★ 97 mins Comedy Rated: UR  starting 01-Oct-2014   
"South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone apply their acerbic wit to global crime-fighting in this musical satire about an all-marionette police force that takes on the challenging role of keeping the peace on a troubled planet.


Domestic Disturbance Nominated For/Won Awards 2001  3.5 ★ 89 mins Thrillers Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Oct-2014   
This tidy psychological thriller stars John Travolta as recovering alcoholic Frank Morrison, who's dubious when his often-deceitful son alleges that his new stepfather is a callous killer. But Frank soon begins to sense the boy is telling the truth.


Tamara  2005  3.2 ★ 94 mins Horror Rated: R  starting 01-Oct-2014   
In a high school prank gone horribly wrong, an outcast named Tamara (Jenna Dewan) is murdered, but her tormenters get off scot-free. Now, as a sexy siren returned from the grave with an arsenal of superpowers, Tamara dedicates her afterlife to exacting revenge. Katie Stuart, Chad Faust and Matthew Marsden co-star in this teen horror romp from screenwriter Jeffrey Reddick, the mind behind Final Destination.


Searching for Bobby Fischer Nominated For/Won Awards 1993  3.9 ★ 109 mins Drama Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
After 7-year-old Josh Waitzken gets hooked on speed chess and becomes a whiz at it, his dad hires an implacable chess master to coach the boy but reassesses his decision when Josh's once-pleasant hobby turns into a source of anxiety and indignation.


Bananas Nominated For/Won Awards 1971  3.4 ★ 82 mins Classics Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Neurotic nebbish Fielding Mellish (Woody Allen) follows his dream girl (Louise Lasser) to the fictitious Latin American nation of San Marcos, where he unintentionally becomes a freedom fighter for a revolutionary leader. But shortly after taking the reins of power, the new strongman goes -- you guessed it -- bananas, leaving Fielding in command to bargain with the United States. Watch for Sylvester Stallone in a microscopic role.


The Rage: Carrie 2  1999  3.1 ★ 105 mins Horror Rated: R  starting 01-Oct-2014 
After her only friend, Lisa (Mena Suvari), commits suicide, telekinetic outsider Rachel Lang (Emily Bergl) embarks on a path of vengeance against the popular kids who drove Lisa to plunge off the high school roof in this nail-biting sequel. Soon, Rachel's destructive powers become obvious to school counselor Sue Snell (Amy Irving), who survived the original Carrie's prom night massacre -- but will she be able to prevent a repeat of the carnage?


Shane Nominated For/Won Awards 1953  3.8 ★ 118 mins Classics Rated: NR  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Amid stunning vistas, this Oscar-winning Western from director George Stevens follows a reformed gunslinger whose determination to avoid a fight is tested when greedy cattle barons threaten the community of homesteaders he's joined.


Sleepless in Seattle Nominated For/Won Awards 1993  3.7 ★ 105 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014   
Fate and a tenacious 8-year-old boy conspire to unite lovelorn widower Sam Baldwin and unhappily engaged journalist Annie Reed in this Oscar-nominated romantic comedy inspired by the 1957 classic An Affair to Remember.


Top Dog  1995  3.1 ★ 93 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
When San Diego cop Jack Wilder's partner is murdered, his new partner is one of San Diego's finest -- a dedicated police dog named Reno. Together, they form an unstoppable team in tracking down the terrorist group who killed Wilder's partner. Chuck Norris stars, and Timothy Bottoms plays the villainous Nelson Houseman. Chuck's brother, Aaron Norris (A Force of One), directs this family-friendly action adventure.


Stardust Memories  1980  3.4 ★ 88 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
Woody Allen takes a turn toward Federico Fellini with this stylized and highly autobiographical satire about the travails of celebrity. Allen stars as successful filmmaker Sandy Bates, who reluctantly agrees to attend a weekend seminar devoted to his work, where he's besieged by favor-seekers, old lovers and fans who express their affection for his "early, funny movies."


Sleeper Nominated For/Won Awards 1973  3.5 ★ 87 mins Classics Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
Health-food store owner Miles Monroe (Woody Allen, who also directs) bites the dust in 1973 and ends up cryogenically frozen, only to be defrosted in a dystopian future in which people pleasure themselves with an "orgasmatron" and dissidents' brains are "electronically simplified." Upon becoming a hunted man, Miles masquerades as an android butler in the home of a self-indulgent poet (Diane Keaton) -- but the ruse doesn't last.


Zelig Nominated For/Won Awards 1983  3.5 ★ 79 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
"Human chameleon" Leonard Zelig (Woody Allen) soars to celebrity with his unexplained ability to transform himself into anyone he meets. Zelig finds himself in the unlikeliest of places -- from the intensity of the Yankees dugout to the frenzy of a Nazi rally. But his doctor, brainy psychiatrist Dr. Eudora Fletcher (Mia Farrow), insists that Zelig's condition can only exist in his mind. Allen directs this newsreel-style mockumentary.


Romeo + Juliet Nominated For/Won Awards 1996  3.7 ★ 120 mins Drama Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Oct-2014   
In this contemporary take on William Shakespeare's tragedy, two families feud as their children, Romeo and Juliet, fall in love. Though the film is modern, the bard's dialogue remains intact as the couple pay a disastrous cost for their affection.


Nell Nominated For/Won Awards 1994  3.6 ★ 113 mins Drama Rated: PG-13  starting 01-Oct-2014   
When Dr. Jerome Lovell (Liam Neeson) and Dr. Paula Olsen (Natasha Richardson) discover Nell (Jodie Foster), who lives alone in a remote backwoods area of North Carolina, they're astonished to find a woman who has formed her own language after being cut off from civilization. Michael Apted directs this intense version of Fran├žois Truffaut's earlier The Wild Child. Foster was nominated for a 1995 Best Actress Oscar for her gripping performance.


The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel  1951  3.7 ★ 91 mins Drama Rated: NR  starting 01-Oct-2014 
This classic World War II drama chronicles the life of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel (nicknamed the Desert Fox), focusing on his military career in North Africa, his connection to a plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler and his lonely demise.


A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy Nominated For/Won Awards 1982  3.3 ★ 88 mins Comedy Rated: PG  starting 01-Oct-2014 
While gathered for a weekend party at the country home of a quirky inventor (writer-director Woody Allen) and his wife (Mary Steenburgen), six consenting adults swap beds -- and sexual partners -- in this classic romantic comedy set in the early 1900s. Co-starring Mia Farrow, José Ferrer, Tony Roberts and Julie Hagerty, the film borrows pieces of its plot from Ingmar Bergman's Smiles of a Summer's Night and Jean Renoir's Rules of the Game.