New in theaters - 0/19/03 .....

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New in theaters - 0/19/03 .....
Mon, 09-22-2003 - 9:18am
Yes, I know it's late. Friday and the weekend got away from me.

(and edited to say the month should be a 9, not a 0)


Anything Else

Rated R for a scene of drug use and some sexual references

A struggling, insecure artist in New York is having an affair with a dense, self-centered, much younger woman. When her boyfriend finds out about the affair, heartbroken, he confronts the older man--as does her father who chases the artist with a loaded shot gun.

Starring Woody Allen, Jason Biggs, Christina Ricci, Stockard Channing, Glenn Close

Running Time - 1:36


Cold Creek Manor

Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality

Finally putting an end to their days as slaves to the hustle-bustle of city life, Gothamites Cooper Tilson and his wife, Leah, pack up their kids and all their possessions, and move into a recently repossessed mansion in the 'sticks' of New York State. Once a grand and elegant manor, the house at Cold Creek is now in shambles, but Cooper and Leah have unlimited time to show the house the tender loving care that it desperately needs. All's well until Dale Massie, the house's former owner, gets out of prison, looking to reclaim his birthright place, by any means necessary.

Starring Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone, Stephen Dorff, Juliette Lewis, Christopher Plummer

Running Time - 1:58


The Fighting Temptations

Rated PG-13 for some sexual references

A morally vacant and debt-ridden advertising executive in New York travels back to his small southern town in Alabama to attend his aunt's funeral -- and more so, to cash in on an inheritance. However, he discovers that in order to collect, he must first lead the local church gospel choir to success at a national competition.

Starring Cuba Gooding Jr, Beyonce Knowles, Mike Epps, Wendell Pierce, Justina Machado

Running Time - 2:03


Red Betsy

Rated PG for language and thematic elements

A tale that paints a lyrical portrait of a close-knit Wisconsin family dealing with loss, change, and social progress during a pivotal time in American history, as the country is on the brink of war. Plans are altered and new paths are chosen. New lives are born and others are lost. Consistent though, is the community's gathering to share in and mark these special moments in life, as charted through the Rounds family.

Starring Alison Elliott, Leo Burmester, Lois Smith, Chad Lowe, William Wise

Running Time - 1:38


Secondhand Lions

Rated PG for thematic material, language and action violence

An introverted 14 year-old boy reluctantly finds himself spending the summer with a pair of cranky, eccentric great-uncles. At first appalled by their gruff uncaring manner, over time he becomes enthralled with his uncles as the exotic tales and remembrances of their own youthful exploits introduce the boy to a world of imagination and wonder and re-ignites the old men’s spirits.

Starring Michael Caine, Robert Duvall, Haley Joel Osment, Kyra Sedgwick, Emmanuelle Vaugier

Running Time - 1:40



Rated R for drug use, self destructive violence, language and sexuality - all involving young teens.

An unflinching look at the sometimes-harsh world of a young teen trying to fit in with a fast group of seventh graders in Los Angeles.

Starring Evan Rachel Wood, Nikki Reed, Holly Hunter, Kip Pardue, Jeremy Sisto

Running Time - 1:40



Rated R for strong violence/gore and some language

A fast-paced, modern-day tale of deadly action, ruthless intrigue and forbidden love, all set against the backdrop of an ancient feud between vampire and werewolves in a timeless gothic metropolis.

Starring Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Shane Brolly, Michael Sheen, Bill Nighy

Running Time - 2:01

Edited 9/22/2003 9:19:42 AM ET by cl-wordyone

Edited 9/22/2003 9:21:43 AM ET by cl-wordyone