Box Office Leaders
PG13 007 must defend M16 in this latest Bond adventure. w/Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem
PG Video arcade character disrupts classic video games to get his deserved attention. Animated
R Airline pilot miraculously lands a plane, but an investigation will turn his life upside down. D. Washington
R True story of the covert rescue of six Americans held hostage in Iran. Ben Affleck/John Goodman
PG13 Liam Neeson must defend his family from a villainous relative he had to kill while saving his daughter.
The Man with the Iron Fists R A town’s blacksmith creates weapons of destruction for warring tribes.
R Actions in the past affect the future in tale of interaction through history. w/Tom Hanks
PG Dracula’s five-stake resort for creatures to relax and be free of humans. Animated
Here Comes the Boom
PG A high school biology teacher ignites the student body with his fundraising efforts.
PG13 Beca breaks social barriers at a new college by uniting opposing cliques with music.
Also Playing in Theaters
Alex Cross, Bad Blood, Chasing Mavericks, Death Trap, End of Watch, Frankenweenie, Fun Size, A Late Quartet, Lazytown: Welcome to Lazytown, Looper, The Master, The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Paranormal Activity 4, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Sessions, Seven Psychopaths, Silent Hill: Revelation 3-D, Simon and the Oaks, Sinister, Smashed
New in Theaters — November 16
Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn pt. 2
PG13 Bella and Edward’s epic love story concludes the vampire series.
PG13 Daniel Day-Lewis portrays the tribulations of our 16th President in biopic from Steven Spielberg.
Anna Karenina, Citadel, Price Check
New on DVD — November 20
The Expendables 2
R The team re-unites with a vengeance adding Billy the Kid and Maggie. Watch for Chuck Norris.
Foreign, Classics, Documentaries, and more
Ken Burns: The Dust Bowl, Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups, The X from Outer Space, Goke, Body Snatcher from Hell, The Living Skeleton, Genocide, The Replacements: Color Me Obsessed, Nixon in China, Heaven’s Gate, Ramrod, Alter Egos, The Fantasist, Nature: Magic of the Snowy Owl, The Trap, 3 Blind Saints, Pitfall, The Dead Inside, Darkland, Bringing up Bobby, Measure of a Man, My Heart Beats, Backroad, Wanted: Chasing Dreams, The Captain’s Table
Transformers Prime: s2, Inuyasha the Final Act set 1, Pokemon Black and White set 1, Dragons: Riders of Berk, Soul Eater (complete series)
TV Series on DVD
Ancient Aliens s4, Diff’rent Strokes s4
Film 101 – Cinema Greats 10: Marlon Brando
Born in Omaha, Neb., on April 3, 1924
Birth Name: Marlon Brando Jr.
Ht. 5’ 9” Died 01 July, 2004
Brando was trained by Stella Adler in the acting style of Stanislavski, which was to draw upon your “emotional memories”—called method acting.
Brando amazed the critics with his performance in
A Streetcar Named Desire
Brando won his first Academy Award for
On the Waterfront
He became box-office poison by the end of the ‘60s, which ended with his second Oscar-winning performance for
(1972). His off-screen persona was as complex as his on-screen performances.
Nominated for 8 Oscars, Brando won two for Best Actor. Many critics consider him the greatest male actor of all time.
Must See Marlon Brando Movies:
The Men 1950
A Streetcar Named Desire 1951
Viva Zapata! 1952,
Julius Caesar 1953
The Wild One 1953
On the Waterfront 1954
Guys and Dolls 1955
The Teahouse of the August Moon 1956
The Young Lions 1958
The Fugitive Kind 1959
One-Eyed Jacks 1961
Mutiny on the Bounty 1962
The Ugly American 1963
The Chase 1966
Reflections in a Golden Eye 1967
The Godfather 1972
Last Tango in Paris 1972
Apocalypse Now 1979
These movies can be found at: www.facets.org and Kensington Video – San Diego.