Flickers

Box Office Leaders

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters R The surviving siblings have turned the tables as bounty hunters of witches.

Mama PG13 Two young sisters are found in a cabin after a 5-year search, but are they actually alone? J. Chastain

Movie 43 R 3 teens search the Internet to find the vilest and most disgusting banned films. Loaded with stars

Zero Dark Thirty R Kathryn Bigelow, director of The Hurt Locker, brings the search for Bin Laden to the screen.

Parker R Jason Statham is a thief who has been robbed by his team. Now it’s time for major payback and more.

Silver Linings Playbook R A young man has lost everything but attempts to rebuild his life with the help of a new friend.

Les Miserables PG13 The famous Victor Hugo tale of Jean Valjean and Inspector Javert is told. w/Hugh Jackman

Django Unchained R Slave turned bounty hunter seeks to free his wife from an evil plantation owner. w/Jamie Foxx

Gangster Squad R It’s 1949 and Mickey Cohen runs the rackets, but the Gangster Squad is determined to stop him.

Lincoln PG13 Daniel Day-Lewis portrays the tribulations of our 16th President in this biopic from Steven Spielberg

Broken City R After being setup, an ex-cop seeks his revenge on the corrupt mayor. Russell Crowe/Mark Wahlberg

***Also Playing in  Theaters***

56 Up, Amour, Argo, The Guilt Trip, A Haunted House, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Impossible, Jack Reacher, The Last Stand, Life of Pi, Monsters, Inc., Parental Guidance, Quartet, Rise of the Guardians, Skyfall, Standing Silent, This Is 40, Vishwaroopam, Wreck-It Ralph

New in Theaters – February 1

Bullet to the Head R A hitman and a NYC cop team up to find the killers of their partners. w/Sylvester Stallone

Stand Up Guys R After serving time for 28 years, a gangster returns to crime. w/Al Pacino, Christopher Walken, Alan Arkin

Warm Bodies PG13 Julie is saved from a zombie attack by a zombie with a heart. w/Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer Also Playing: The Gatekeepers – Girls Against Boys – The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia

New on DVD – February 5

Flight R Airline pilot miraculously lands a plane, but an investigation will turn his life upside down. D. Washington

Here Comes the Boom PG A high school biology teacher ignites the student body with his fundraising efforts.

Alex Cross PG13 A young homicide detective is personally challenged by a serial killer. Tyler Perry/Jean Reno

Foreign, Classics, Documentaries, and more

Little White Lies, Tyler Perry’s Madea Gets a Job, Somewhere Between, A Perfect Ending, Deadfall, Celeste and Jesse Forever, The Road to Red Rocks, So Undercover, Late Quartet, Side by Side, Paul Williams: Still Alive, The Bouquet, You May Not Kiss the Bride, The Blue Lightning, The Coalition, Testimony of Two Men, The Deadly Companions, Five Golden Hours, The Dynamiter, PBS Frontline: Poor Kids, Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels, Norman Wisdom vol. 2, Will Hay vol 2, In Our Nature, My Worst Nightmare, The Pool, The Gentle Bear Man of Emo, In My Pocket

Anime: Animaniacs v4, Ultimate Spider-Man: Avenging Spider-Man, Ben 10: Omniverse – A New Beginning 1, Toriko: Part 2, Toys in the Attic

TV Series on DVD

Cougar Town s3, Southland s2-4, Gunsmoke s7v2, The Virginian s7, Above Suspicion series 2

Film 101 –‘Cinema Greats’ 14: James Stewart

Born in Indiana, Pennsylvania, on 20 May, 1908

Birth Name: James Maitland Stewart Ht. 6′ 3″ Died 02 July, 1997

Jimmy studied architecture at Princeton, but his desire to act led him to the University Players where he associated with Josh Logan. He enjoyed singing, dancing, and also played the accordion and piano. The difficulty of finding work during the ‘Great Depression’ led him and his close friend, Henry Fonda, to Hollywood. This was the beginning of his career. He became a stock player for MGM but catapulted to stardom with Frank Capra films: You Can’t Take It With You, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and It’s a Wonderful Life. Jimmy was drafted into WWII as a private and rose to the rank of Colonel and flew combat missions over Europe. He continued in the U.S. Air Force Reserves and retired in 1959 as Brigadier General. Jimmy was nominated for five Academy Awards winning Best Actor for The Philadelpia Story 1940, and he received an Honorary Oscar in 1985 for his 50 years of memorable performances. Stewart married Gloria McLean, a former model, when he was 41. He adopted her two sons and later had twin daughters. He will also be remembered as a great philanthropist and all-around ‘nice guy’ to everyone who knew him.

Must See Movies:

Vivacious Lady 1938

The Shopworn Angel 1938

You Can’t Take It with You 1938

It’s a Wonderful World 1939

Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 1939

Destry Rides Again 1939

The Shop around the Corner 1940

The Mortal Storm 1940

The Philadelphia Story 1940

It’s a Wonderful Life 1946

Call Northside 777 1948

Rope 1948

The Stratton Story 1949

Winchester ‘73 1950

Broken Arrow 1950

Harvey 1950

No Highway in the Sky 1951

Bend of the River 1952

The Naked Spur 1953

The Glenn Miller Story 1954

The Far Country 1954

Rear Window 1954

The Man from Laramie 1955

The Man Who Knew too Much 1956

The Spirit of St. Louis 1957

Vertigo 1958

The FBI Story 1959

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 1962

Cheyenne Autumn 1964

Shenandoah 1965

The Flight of the Phoenix 1965

The Shootist 1976

These movies can be found at: Kensington Video – San Diego

For more info on James Stewart go to: www.jimmy.org

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