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Ashley Hinshaw, Dev Patel, Jonny Weston. An 18-year-old girl tries to escape from her unhappy life by going to San Francisco with her best friend. But once she gets there, she becomes immersed in the local porn industry while dating a drug-addicted lawyer. (2012) (102min)
Liane Balaban, Jonathan Scarfe, Jason Priestley. A World War II miniseries set in London in 1940. As England braces for an invasion by Germany, the Minister of Aircraft Production decides to use Newfoundland in Canada as a base for fighter planes to prevent the Germans from destroying the aircraft. (2006) (179min)
Duane Martin, Leon, Tupac Shakur, Marlon Wayans, Bernie Mac. It's the game of hoops taken to the streets! These inner city players give it all they've got in a local tournament. In the mean time, one dazzling high school player must choose between playing pro ball for big bucks or going to college! CC. (1994) (97 min.)
Paul Newman, Sally Field, Melinda Dillon. Sally is tricked into writing a newspaper story unjustly implicating Newman in the possible murder of a union leader. He complains, but she claims privilege of the press. Enraged, he plans a stunning revenge in this impressive social drama. (1981) (116 min.)
Hillary Duff, Evan Ross, Ellen Burstyn. A rebellious 17 year-old girl who has been sent to live with her grandparents announces to them that she intends to commit suicide before she turns 18. But will her budding romance with a young cook change her mind? (2009) (92min)
ACROSS THE LINE: The Exodus of Charlie Wright
Aidan Quinn, Mario Van Peebles, Gina Gershon . A billionaire financial whiz goes into self-imposed exile after the biggest investment fraud in U.S. history. In Tijuana while searching for a woman he had abandoned 20 years earlier, he finds that he and and his $2 billion dollar stash are being pursued by an FBI agent, a powerful crime boss and a Russian mob hit man. (2010) (95min)
William Hurt, Kathleen Turner, Geena Davis, Ed Begley, Jr.. Macon Leary's safe, predictable lifestyle as the author of travel guides has been disrupted lately. Not only has his wife walked out on him, he's just broken his leg. Geena Davis won an Oscar for her performance as the new love interest in his life. CC. (1988) (121 min.)
Jodie Foster, Kelly McGillis, Bernie Coulson, Leo Rossi. Jonathan Kaplan's film is a savage indictment of the she-was-asking-for-it defense used in rape cases. Can our legal system truly provide justice for a woman who is assaulted in a bar? Jodie's performance as the victim won her a well-deserved Oscar. CC. (1988) (110 min.)
Hugh Dancy, Rose Byrne, Amy Irving. A brilliant, but socially awkward astronomy buff is drawn out of his sheltered existence by his beautiful, outgoing neighbor. But can true love survive when two very different worlds collide? (2009) (99min)
Jeff Goldblum, Willem Dafoe, Derek Jacobi. From director Paul Schrader ("The Walker,""American Gigolo") comes this compelling drama about a man who had been imprisoned in a concentration camp during WWII. After the war he spends 15 years in a remote experimental insane asylum where he uses his magic and comic skills to entertain the residents. (2009) (106min)
Naomi Watts, Robin Wright, Xavier Samuel. This drama, based upon Doris Lessing's novel, is the story of two life-long friends who become involved in passionate relationships with each other's sons. (2013) (111min)
Victor Rasuk, Dominic Chianese, Elizabeth Pena. A meditation on isolation and connection in the big city that follows the lives and problems of three disparate characters who intersect on the New York City subways. (2007) (91min)