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In a wager to rule the land of the remembered, two spirits – Lady La Muerte (Kate del Castillo) and Xibalba (Ron Perlman) – put the fate of the underworlds in the hands of two young men and their mutual love.
There is currently no theater experience present, or planned, like ours in the area and I am sure it will spoil your expectations about movie-going experiences in the future.
Can’t wait until Valentine’s Day until the next Nicholas Sparks movie? You’re in luck. I have your passes right here. Details below.
In 1984, coal miners in the UK went on strike for nearly a year. Protesting governmental policies and impending job cuts in the nationalized industry, the miners’ union cut off their work and in turn found themselves cut off from the rest of the country. Simple necessities like food and fuel became a challenge to obtain as the authorities attempted to push small mining towns into a corner of surrender. What does this have to do with pride and gay rights? Apparently everything.
Our dependence on oil for fuel has high costs, and I’m not just talking about the per gallon price at the station these days. Pump takes a closer look at these costs and what has put us in this situation, while offering a clear cut solution.
In 1994, American rapper Nas released his debut album, Illmatic. What he recorded there would go on to influence the genre, and beyond, for years to come. This is the story of his early years leading up to the release of Illmatic, what influenced it, how he got there, and what it means.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is very loosely based on the classic children’s picture book by the same name. Ed Oxenbould is the twelve year old with Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner, Kerris Dorsey, and Dylan Minnette as his family. And they all are about to have – say it with me – a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.
It’s bad enough to suspect your wife is having an affair. It’s bad enough to suspect your house is haunted. It’s really bad when you suspect the thing haunting your house killed your wife, but you’re prime suspect. An Irish horror film, The Canal follows the unfortunate David (Rupert Evans) as his life, and mind, begin to unravel.