Flickers

BOX OFFICE LEADERS

The Amazing Spider-Man PG13 Peter Parker discovers his past and meets his nemesis, The Lizard. Andrew Garfield

Ted R A talking stuffed teddy bear interacts with a grown man who has had this relationship from his childhood.

Brave PG From Pixar, Merida defies the law of the land and brings trouble upon her kingdom that she must undo.

Magic Mike R A male stripper meets a young dancer and teaches him the art of making easy money with his body.

Savages R Selling marijuana is profitable for a middle-class trio until the drug cartel wants to control the action.

Madea’s Witness Protection NR An investment banker must go into witness protection at Aunt Madea’s home.

Katy Perry: Part of Me PG Viewers are taken inside the world of Katy Perry from backstage to her live performances.

Madagascar 3 PG Our favorite animal characters take a side trip to Europe and join a travelling circus. Animated

Moonrise Kingdom PG13 Two 12-year olds in love journey into the wilderness as the town searches for them.

To Rome with Love R From director Woody Allen, love is alive in Rome with the romancing of residents and visitors.

***Also Playing in Theaters***

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Battleship, Bernie, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, The Dictator, Hardflip, Marvel’s The Avengers, MIB 3, Peace Love and Misunderstanding, People Like Us, Prometheus, Rock of Ages, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, Snow White and the Huntsman,That’s My Boy

New in Theaters – July 13

Ice Age: Continental Drift PG The prehistoric animals fight the high seas and pirates as they journey home. Animated

Also Playing: The Imposter – Red Lights – Trishna – Union Square – Easy Money

New on DVD – July 17

Lockout PG13 A CIA agent must fight a troop of prisoners and rescue the president’s daughter to regain his freedom.

The Three Stooges PG The “Stooges” are left on the doorstep of an orphanage and later fight to save it from closing.

Salmon Fishing in the Yemen PG13 Two unlikelys fall in love while creating a fishery in Yemen for a wealthy oil sheik.

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries, and more

The Fairy, Casa de Mi Padre, Friends with Kids, Singin’ in the Rain (Blu-ray), Get the Gringo, Intruders, Speak of the Devil, The Turin Horse, Girls Gone Dead, Seven Hills of Rome, For the First Time, Three Strangers, The Blood Beast Terror, 4:44 Last Days on Earth, Extraterrestrial, Midnight Son, Doomsday Prophecy, Documenting the Grey Man, Virgin Alexander, James May’s 20th Century, Never Stand Still: Dancing at Jacob’s Pillow, Here.

Anime: Fractale (complete series), Dan vs: s1, Book of Bantorra collection 2, The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan.

TV Series on DVD: Eureka s5, Leverage s4, Sanctuary s4, Alpha s4, Bonanza s3, The Inbetweeners (complete series), Diff’rent Strokes s3, Designing Women (final season), Storage Wars v3.

Film 101 – Best Independent Films  pt. 6

The 25th Hour 2002

Bowling for Columbine 2002

Bubba Ho-Tep 2002

City of God 2002

Equilibrium 2002

Far From Heaven 2002

Hero 2002

In America 2002

Infernal Affairs 2002

Lilya 4-Ever 2002

Marion Bridge 2002

Morvern Callar 2002

One Hour Photo 2002

Open Hearts 2002

The Pianist 2002

Punch-Drunk Love 2002

Roger Dodger 2002

Secretary 2002

The Slaughter Rule 2002

Talk to Her 2002

21 Grams 2003

Alexandra’s Project 2003

All the Real Girls 2003

American Splendor 2003

Dogville 2003

Elephant 2003

High Tension 2003

House of Sand and Fog 2003

Identity 2003

Kill Bill vol. 1 2003

Last Life in the Universe 2003

Lost in Translation 2003

The Mother 2003

My Life without Me 2003

Oldboy 2003

Open Range 2003

Reconstruction 2003

The Return 2003

The Saddest Music in the World 2003

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring 2003

The Station Agent 2003

Tarnation 2003

Thirteen 2003

Willard 2003

These movies can be found at:

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Kensington Video – San Diego

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