|US Release Date||11/30/2005|
We tour the White House before the 'ID4' director blows it up.
Murder costs you five dollars in this town.
The headline-ripping horror doesn't need blood and guts to terrify.
Plus a tease for the Sacha Baron Cohen comedy 'The Dictator'
Tim Robbins gives an inspired performance in this quirky social satire, but overall <em>Noise</em> has a tough time holding your attention.
In this abandoned-kid-who-thinks-he’s-an-alien mush-fest, <em>Martian Child</em> doesn’t offer much beyond its small-screen sensibilities.
Part documentary, part dramatization, part animation, American Splendor's creative filmmaking and terrific performances give it that art-house-hip cool, but do we really need another Crumb, this one about a comic book writer not as well known and not as interesting?
|Steven Deneault||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
|Roman Hlywa||Art Director||n/a||183||9000001|
From classic movie palaces to the state-of-the-art IMAX screens.