Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa - Animation/Comedy - 11/07
Melman the giraffe, Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, Maurice and the penguins, the gang's
all back...this time they're stranded in Africa, where they meet up with distant
relatives, scheming hunters and romantic rivals. They're fond of the new digs, but also
itching for the pleasures of their Central Park home.
Australia - Adventure/Romance - 11/14
Moulin Rouge director Baz Luhrmann teams up with the film's star Nicole Kidman,
plus Aussie Hugh Jackman to tell an epic love story set against the Australian landscape at
the brink of World War II. An English aristocrat (Kidman) and a rough and tumble local
(Jackman) work to save the land she's inherited in Australia while the Japanesse that
bombed Pearl Harbor attack the city of Darwin.
Role Models - Comedy - 11/14
Paul Rudd (The 40-Year-Old Virgin) and Sean William Scott (American Pie) team up as two sad sack salesmen who end up in court after trashing the company car on an energy drink-fueled bender. Two choices: jail, or 150 service hours in a community mentorship program. After a couple of hours on the job with their new, "unique" charges, they start to wonder if they made the right choice...
Quantum of Solace - Action/Adventure - 11/14
Now that Daniel Craig has been successfully introduced as the latest Bond, it's down to
gritty business in this latest outing, helmed by Monster's Ball maker Marc
Forster. We catch up with 007 directly after the events of Casino Royale, with
Bond determined to find out who blackmailed Vesper, the woman he loved (and who also
Soul Men - Comedy/Drama - 11/14
Bernie Mac and Isaac Hayes make their last screen appearances in this comedy/drama about
two former backup soul singers (Samuel L. Jackson and Mac) who travel cross country
together to perform at a tribute concert in honor of their fallen band leader. Bonus: Jackson and Mac both do their own singing and dancing in the film.
The Soloist - Drama - 11/21
Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey Jr. star in the real-life story of musical prodigy Nathaniel
Ayers, who developed schizophrenia in his second year at Julliard and ended up homeless on
the streets of downtown L.A., where he performs the violin and cello. The movie tells his
story, and the friendship he developed with an L.A. Times reporter who brought his tale to
Bolt - Animation/Adventure - 11/21
In Disney's latest animated adventure, a Hollywood star dog named Bolt (John Travolta) is
accidentally shipped from his California soundstage to New York City. Believing that all of
his amazing feats in the past were real, Bolt tackles the big city and attempts to journey
home, aided by an abandoned housecat and TV-obsessed hamster.
Twilight - Thriller/Romance - 11/21
Fans of Stephenie Meyer's vampire book series (and we know there are lots of you), get
ready. On Nov. 21, the love story between high schooler Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and
vampire Edward Cullen (Harry Potter's Robert Pattinson) hits the big screen. As
their relationship deepens, a trio of Cullen's mortal vampire enemies arrive in the small
town of Forks, Washington, looking for her.
Milk - Drama - 11/26
Gus Van Sant directs Sean Penn as real-life icon Harvey Milk (1930 - 1978), who was the
first openly gay man elected to public office in America. Milk was an activist elected to
San Francisco's board of supervisors in 1977. A year later, he and city mayor George
Moscone were shot to death by another city supervisor, Dan White. Van Sant's film marks the
first theatrical, non-documentary feature about Milk's life and career.
Four Christmases - Romance/Comedy - 11/26
Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon are the starring, happily unmarried couple who find
themseleves stuck at home for Christmas in San Francisco after a fog ruins plans for their
exotic getaway. Four local Christmas celebrations later with parents, step-parents,
siblings and assorted nieces and nephews, the two are forced to re-examine their ideals and
what may or may not be so crazy about their families, and their own future together.
Nothing Like the Holidays - Comedy/Drama - 11/26
John Leguizamo, Freddy Rodriguez and Jay Hernandez star in this dramedy about three Puerto
Rican siblings who return home for the holidays to Humboldt Park on Chicago's northwest
side. Filling out the ensemble are Alfred Molina, Debra Messing (as Leguizamo's wife) and
Transporter 3 - Action - 11/26
Jason Statham returns as the "transporter" who delivers packages without questions. Luc Besson continues
behind the screen as the film's writer, and director Olivier Megaton is signed on for his
first Transporter outing.