Zero Dark Thirty R Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker, brings the search for Bin Laden to the screen.
A Haunted House R A young couple believes their new home is haunted, but it’s actually the demon-possessed girlfriend.
Gangster Squad R It’s 1949 and Mickey Cohen runs the rackets, but the Gangster Squad is determined to stop him.
Django Unchained R Slave turned bounty hunter seeks to free his wife from an evil plantation owner. w/Jamie Foxx
Les Miserables PG13 The famous Victor Hugo tale of Jean Valjean and Inspector Javert is told. w/Hugh Jackman
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey PG13 Bilbo fights to reclaim the Dwarf Kingdom of Erebor from Smaug.
Texas Chainsaw 3D R The Sawyers, owners of the town’s barbecue restaurant, are suspected of heinous acts of murder.
Parental Guidance PG Grandparents agree to watch over their three grandchildren. w/Billy Crystal and Bette Midler
Jack Reacher PG13 Homicide detective is searching for a trained military sniper who killed five people. w/Tom Cruise
Lincoln PG13 Daniel Day-Lewis portrays the tribulations of our 16th president in this biopic from Steven Spielberg
This Is 40 R Years after Knocked Up, we see the events that shape a marriage given the best and most difficult of times.
Silver Linings Playbook R A young man has lost everything but attempts to rebuild his life with the help of a new friend.
***Also Playing in Theaters***
Amour, Anna Karenina, Argo, The Guilt Trip, The Impossible, Life of Pi, Monsters, Inc., Miyazaki Festival, Promised Land, Rise of the Guardians, The Sessions, Skyfall, Wreck-It Ralph.
New in Theaters — January 18
Broken City R After being set up, an ex-cop seeks his revenge on the corrupt mayor. Russell Crowe/Mark Wahlberg
The Last Stand R A small town sheriff attempts to stop an escaping drug kingpin being pursued by the FBI.
Mama PG13 Two young sisters are found in a cabin after a 5-year search, but are they actually alone? J. Chastain
New on DVD — January 22
End of Watch R Two young police officers patrol crime ridden streets of South Central L.A. and become targets.
The Paperboy R Based on Pete Dexter’s novel about re-opening the case of a death row inmate. w/John Cusack
Foreign, Classics, Documentaries, and more
Searching for Sugar Man, Birders: The Central Park Effect, The Men Who Built America, Death Race 3: Inferno, Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, Imposter, Pina, Tai Chi Zero, Deadly Blessing, American Experience: The Abolitionists, Officer Down, Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft, Ivan’s Childhood, Keep the Lights On, Fat Kid Rules the World, Abel’s Field, Night of Templar, Hold Your Breath, Nobody Walks, The New Frontier, Beauty Is Embarrassing: The Wayne White Story, Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai, Guns: The Evolution of Firearms, Dirty Energy, Claustrophobia, Taiji on 23rd Street, Breathing, Bleak Night, Bleeding Through, The Hounds
Anime: Young Justice Invasion Destiny Calling: s2, Pokemon Black & White 2, Maple Colors, Chris Hardwick: Mandroid, Toriko pt.1
TV Series on DVD
Scarecrow & Mrs. King s4, Finding Bigfoot, Kendra s4,
Film 101 — Lost but Never Forgotten pt. 2
William Asher (I Love Lucy)
Paul Bogart (All in the Family)
Robert Finkel (Barney Miller)
Zalman King (Two Moon Junction)
John Rich (All in the Family)
Tony Scott (Top Gun)
Mel Stuart (Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory)
Richard Adler (Damn Yankees)
Inex Andrews (Mary, Don’t You Weep)
Fontella Bass (Rescue Me)
Chuck Brown (Godfather of GoGo)
Dave Brubeck (Take Five)
Leslie Carter (Shrek soundtrack)
Jimmy Castor (It’s Just Begun)
Teddy Charles (vibrophonist)
Dick Clark (American Bandstand)
Ray Collins (Mothers of Invention)
Hal David (Forrest Gump)
Michael Davis (MC5)
Doug Dillard (The Darlings)
Lee Dorman (Iron Butterfly)
Donald Dunn (Booker T and the MGs)
Robin Gibb (The Bee Gees)
Greg Ham (Men at Work)
Marvin Hamlisch (The Sting score)
Levon Helm (The Band)
Whitney Houston (I Will Always Love You)
Etta James (At Last)
Davy Jones (The Monkees)
Jon Lord (Almost Famous)
Jimmy McCracklin (The Walk)
Scott McKenzie (San Francisco)
Fred Milano (Dion and the Belmonts)
Johnny Otis (Willie and the Hand Jive)
Charles ‘Skip’ Pitts (Black Snake Moan)
Jenni Rivera (La Diva de la Banda)
Sweet Joe Russel (Persuasions)
Mike Scaccia (Rigor Mortis and Ministry)
Earl Scruggs (Foggy Mountain Breakdown)
Ravi Shankar (sitarist)
Robert Sherman (wrote 150+ Disney songs)
Donna Summer (Last Dance)
Bob Welch (Grown Ups)
Kitty Wells (It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Andy Williams (Moon River)
Adam Yauch (Beastie Boys)
Lee Rich (Co-founder of Lorimar)
Bob Stewart (To Tell the Truth)
Richard D. Zanuck (Jaws)
Ralph McQuarrie (Star Wars)
Carlo Rambaldi (Alien)
Irving Saraf (In the Shadow of the Stars)
Gerry Anderson (Thunderbirds)
Ray Bradbury (Fahrenheit 451)
Don Cornelius (Soul Train)
Tom Davis (Saturday Night Live)
Nora Ephron (You’ve Got Mail)
Al Gordon (The Jack Benny Show)
Chris Marker (Twelve Monkeys)
Frank Pierson (Dog Day Afternoon)
Maurice Sendak (Where the Wild Things Are)
Joan Taylor (Heart of a Stranger)
Gore Vidal (Suddenly, Last Summer)
Thank you for your lasting talent you have given us.
Movies with these stars can be found at: www.facets.org and Kensington Video – San Diego.
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