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  1. #11
    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Joel is stunned to discover that his girlfriend Clementine has had her memories of their tumultuous relationship erased. Out of desperation, he contacts the inventor of the process, Dr. Howard Mierzwiak, to have Clementine removed from his own memory. But as Joel's memories progressively disappear, he begins to rediscover their earlier passion. From deep within the recesses of his brain, Joel attempts to escape the procedure. As Dr. Mierzwiak and his crew chase him through the maze of his memories, it's clear that Joel just can't get her out of his head.

    Starring: Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst, Tom Wilkinson, Elijah Wood
    Directed by: Michel Gondry

  2. #12
    Taking Lives

    A top FBI profiler, Special Agent Illeana Scott doesn't rely on traditional crime-solving techniques to unravel the mysteries of a murderous mind. Her intuitive, unconventional approach is often the only way to unlock the identities of the killers for the police to capture.

    When Montreal detectives handling a local homicide investigation reluctantly ask for an outsider's help to get inside the head of a cunning serial killer, Agent Scott joins the case. With meticulous insight, she theorizes that the chameleon-like killer is "life-jacking" - assuming the lives and identities of his victims.

    As the pressure mounts to catch the elusive murderer, Agent Scott's unorthodox methods alienate her from a territorial police team that feels threatened by her uncanny abilities. Her seemingly cold demeanor belies an unparalleled passion for her work, and she's at her best when she's working alone. But when an unexpected attraction sparks a complicated romantic entanglement, the consummate specialist begins to doubt her finely honed instincts.

    Alone in an unfamiliar city with no one she can trust, Agent Scott suddenly finds herself on a twisted and terrifying journey, surrounded by suspects in a case that has become chillingly personal.

    Starring: Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke, Kiefer Sutherland, Olivier Martinez, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Tcheky Karyo, Gena Rowlands
    Directed by: D.J. Caruso

  3. #13
    Intermission (limited)

    In this dramedy starring Cillian Murphy (28 DAYS LATER) and Colin Farrell (PHONE BOOTH) a series coincidences (a bus accident, a love affair) and haphazard relationships (between two coworkers, a mother and her daughters, and a cop and criminal) unite a small group of people living in Dublin.

    Starring: Cillian Murphy, Colin Farrell, Kelly MacDonald, Colm Meaney, Brian F. O'Byrne,
    Shirley Henderson, Ger Ryan
    Directed by: John Crowley

  4. #14
    March 26

    Jersey Girl

    Ollie Trinke is at the top of his game. A smooth, Manhattan music publicist, Ollie has just married the love of his life and has a child on the way. It's a perfect life that is tragically upended when he suddenly finds himself a single father unqualified for his new role.

    Before long Ollie's big city lifestyle clashes head on with fatherhood. After losing his job, he's forced to move back in with his father in the New Jersey suburb where he was raised. With the help of a beautiful young friend who opens him up to love again, and the daughter who gives him the courage to keep going, he begins to realize that sometimes, you have to forget about what you thought you were and just accept who you are.

    Starring: Ben Affleck, Liv Tyler, George Carlin, Jason Biggs, Jennifer Lopez
    Directed by: Kevin Smith

  5. #15
    The Ladykillers

    Hanks stars as Goldthwait Higginson Dorr III, Ph.D., a charlatan professor who’s assembled a gang of "experts" for the heist of the century. The thieves: experts in explosions, tunneling, and muscle, and the critical "inside man." The base of operations: the root cellar of an unsuspecting, church-going little old lady named Mrs. Munson (IRMA P. HALL). The ruse: the five need a place to practice their church music. The problem: it quickly becomes evident that Dorr’s thieves lack the mental capacity to do the job. The bigger problem: they have all seriously underestimated their upstairs host.

    When Mrs. Munson stumbles onto their plot and threatens to notify the authorities, the felonious five decide to do her in. After all, how hard can it be to knock off one old lady?

    Starring: Tom Hanks, Marlon Wayans
    Directed by: Joel Coen

  6. #16
    Never Die Alone

    Based on cult novelist Donald Goines’ novel of the same name, NEVER DIE ALONE is a richly literate film noir about King David (DMX), a hard-boiled, stylish criminal who returns to his hometown seeking redemption but finding only violent death. But he did not die alone...King David’s final moments are spent with Paul (David Arquette) an aspiring journalist who knew him just a few minutes but upon whose life he would forever have an impact. King David – half preacher, half Satan, and all street smarts – had recorded the story of his recent exploits on audiotape, leaving behind an often-poetic sermon on villainy and its consequences. The tapes reveal that the cycle of violence and retribution his actions have spawned has come back on him full circle, as he suspected it might all along...

    Starring: DMX, David Arquette
    Directed by: Ernest R. Dickerson

  7. #17
    Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

    The Gang investigates the dastardly plans of a masked villain who is planning to take control of the city of Coolsville by tampering with the "Monster Machine" that reproduces Mystery, Inc's classic foes such as The 10,000 Volt Ghost, Captain Cutler and The Creeper. Their investigation leads them to the Coolsonian Museum where they are attending a book release red carpet event, along the way they encounter the mysterious museum curator Patrick and a pesky Reporter, with a reported romantic subplot between the Reporter and our beloved Fred.

    Starring: Freddie Prinze, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, Seth Green, Alicia Silverstone
    Directed by: Raja Gosnell

  8. #18
    Bon Voyage (NYC)

    Set in 1940s France in the moments before the German occupation of Paris during World War II, Jean-Paul Rappeneau's lively farce BON VOYAGE combines a murder mystery, a political drama, and a series of madcap subplots including a secret scientific discovery and a gathering of socialites at Bordeaux's Hotel Splendide. The result is a picturesque period piece full of energy, adventure, and breathtaking scenery. Dynamic performances from an all-star cast that includes Gerard Depardieu, Isabelle Adjani, and Gregori Derangere complete this delightfully pert film.

    Forced to flee Paris as the Germans advance, a mismatched group of oddly acquainted personalities reassemble in Bordeaux. Viviane is a stunning film actress whose talents are used both on-screen and off. She swiftly seduces the French prime minister, Beaufort, on the eve of WWII--a convenient catch in wartime. However, her former flame Frederic, who Viviane neatly framed and sent to prison for a murder she committed, is now free and is still pursuing her. Frederic's jailbreak buddy Raoul, is also in tow, with nothing but trouble up his sleeve. Meanwhile, a pretty physics student, Camille tempts the hearts of both ex-cons, while protecting her professor and their scientific discovery, which must not fall into German hands. Waiting on the wings is the suspicious journalist Winckler, whose sneaky demeanor is only matched by Thierry, the revenge-crazed nephew of the man Viviane murdered.

    Starring: Isabelle Adjani, Gerard Depardieu, Virginie Ledoyen, Yvan Attal, Gregori Derangere, Jean-Marc Stehle, Peter Coyote, Aurore Clement, Xavier de Guillebon,
    Edith Scob, Michel Vuillermoz, Nicolas Pignon, Nicolas Vaude
    Directed by: Jean-Paul Rappeneau

  9. #19
    Thanks for all this useful information on what to expect on March... Hope you can do this for each month...

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by TNGirlie27
    Was that you trying to be sarcastic? I like to know what's being released each month, and I just thought someone else might like it too. I wasn't trying to step on anyone's toes, or create useless threads. If what I did in this thread isn't needed, could a moderator please tell me to stop? I don't appreciate working on something, and then someone making smart comments.
    Case of misunderstanding again. Must be the WOW smilie (). It was supposed to be a "Wow! So many movies!". So I'm not trying to be sarcastic at all. I think what you are doing is pretty good, and it does can save some troubles of fluff or Wolf or any other moderators posting them here once in a while. So do go on with your great job !

    P.S. hope any misunderstanding is cleared by now.

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