Thursday February 7, 2008
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Hey Insiders,

Everybody is kung fu fighting as Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker tear up Paris in Rush Hour 3, the latest adventure of the mismatched duo Lee and Carter. It's all about the buddy action at the moment - Shia LaBeouf and Jon Heder are a team of a different kind in the surfing penguin movie Surf's Up, a family comedy that features some of Hollywood's finest doing voice work in this animated film.

Ensemble casts make the most of two other movies out right now - The Kingdom will get pulses racing with its low-flying bullets and high-octane explosions when Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Garner head to the Middle East, and the unusual fairytale Stardust will delight old and young alike with its cast of newcomers like Charlie Cox and veterans like Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert De Niro.

For something a little more cerebral, check out the latest Michael Moore documentary Sicko, but be warned - you'll never want to go anywhere in the US without a giant first aid kit on standby if you do!

See you in-store.

Surf's Up
Young penguin Cody dreams of being a champion surfer like the legendary Big Z. With new friend Chicken Joe, he travels to the Big Z Memorial tournament, determined to win. There he meets the arrogant current champion Tank, who brags about beating the wave that killed Big Z, and the beautiful young lifeguard Lani, who may just hold the key to his success.
The Kingdom
Terrorists detonate a massive bomb in a compound for foreign oil workers in Saudi Arabia. One of the dead is an FBI agent, and back in the US his fellow agents argue that they should ship out immediately to investigate the crime. Team leader Fleury and his three specialists take matters into their own hands and enter Saudi Arabia. Once there they encounter a world completely different to their own, leading to frustrations, cultural clashes and ultimately, more danger than they could ever have imagined.
Michael Moore takes himself across the US speaking to ordinary citizens who feel let down by the US health care system, the people who work within the system and the chairmen and politicians who govern the policies. Moore also compares the US health system with other health care programs from around the world, and points the spotlights on the enormous profits enjoyed by health care companies.
Resident Evil: Extinction
Extinction sees humanity on the run, decimated by the virus that turns ordinary people into flesh-eating zombies. Scientists learn that the secret to producing a cure lies in the blood of series heroine Alice, a zombie-killing warrior. Alice is travelling up to Alaska, where she believes there is a town safe from infection, but between her and it are hordes of hungry zombies, and on her tail are the scientists who want her blood.
Gray Matters
Gray and Sam are brother and sister, best friends and flatmates in New York City. Their social life is too insular, so they head to a dog park so Sam can, maybe, meet a woman. He meets Charlie - a zoologist new in the city; he likes her immediately, and the feeling seems mutual. As the three of them spend time together, Gray's feelings for Charlie grows, as do her brother's.
A Mighty Heart
Mariane Pearl is the woman who suffers through the abduction of her husband and his subsequent execution by Pakistani militants. The movie itself is based on Mariane Pearl's book about the events, which took place in early 2002. Pearl frantically tries to track down her husband and somehow secure his safety.

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Rush Hour 3 (M)

Lee and Carter are reunited when a Chinese ambassador is shot on Lee's watch by a gunman who has a personal connection to Lee. Lee and Carter travel to Paris to stop the gunman and bring down his Triad employers, danger meeting them at every turn.

La Vie En Rose (M)

La Vie en Rose is in many ways like Edith Piaf herself - bittersweet, moving, and with a core of emotion that's always on the brink of exploding. This biopic moves backwards and forwards through the often manic, always unique life that the French singer led, from her solitary early life through to her last days, and all the pleasure and pain that she experienced along the way.
Mr Brooks (MA 15+)

Kevin Costner headlines the cast of this gripping psychological thriller about a rich, well-liked philanthropist and family man who moonlights as a serial killer.
Family Guy: Blue Harvest (MA 15+)

The first of three episodes from the original Star Wars Trilogy. Peter Griffin will play the role of Han Solo, while mom Lois is Princess Leia. Evil baby Stewie will be Darth Vader, Brian the dog is Chewbacca and son Chris is Luke Skywalker. The Robots R2=D2 and C-3PO are Cleveland and Quagmire, respectively, while creepy old guy Herbert gets the Obi-Wan character.

Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal (PG)

In this funny and action-packed all new Looney Tune adventure, players can arm themselves for fun as you team up with the beloved characters to fight for their lives in a combat-based journey with incredible weapons, puzzle solving challenges and vehicle-based action in rich environments inspired by the unforgettable, outlandish cartoons.

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