Wednesday, January 5, 2011

New this week:

The American
After a job ends more violently than expected, Jack, an assassin, retreats to the Italian countryside and accepts one last assignment to construct a deadly weapon for a mysterious contact, but risks discovery when he pursues a relationship with a beautiful local woman.

Ed Wood (1994)
This is a stranger-than-fiction true story of the early career of Edward D. Wood, Jr., the undisputed worst movie director of all time. Wood was the auteur behind Glen or Glenda? and of Plan 9 from Outer Space, and it is during the making of these two no-budget flicks that Wood is profiled.

Love’s Abiding Joy
Missie and Willie have set up a homestead and are starting a family. The new railroad will make it possible for Missie's father to visit. When the reunion is interrupted by tragedy, this family's faith and love are once again challenged.
Based on the book by Janette Oke.

The Man Who Cried (2000)
Set against a romantic Parisian backdrop, the lives of four strangers, an innocent woman with a dangerous secret, a seductive cabaret dancer, a mysterious stranger, and an unscrupulous operatic tenor, collide on one fateful evening when secrecy is a matter of survival.

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