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Night at the Movies

August 4, 2010 by  
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Movies Easy AGrab that buttery popcorn and pick a prime spot as you prepare to indulge in one of these hot new flicks, either at the theatre or in the comfort of your living room.

1. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps After being locked up for years, Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) finds he no longer holds the top spot in the corrupted world he once ruled. Trying to salvage his relationship with his daughter, Gekko creates an alliance with her fiancé, Jacob (Shia LaBeouf), who at first sees Gekko as a father figure and friend but soon learns that Gekko is far from a changed man.

2. The American If you can’t get enough of James Bond, this film is a must-see. Jack (George Clooney), a seasoned assassin and master craftsman of weapons, decides this mission to the Italian countryside will be his last after things didn’t end as planned during a job in Sweden. As Jack becomes friends with a local priest and pursues a romance with a local woman, his assignment slowly unfolds and the action and suspense doesn’t stop.

3. Easy A In this high school comedy, it turns out that Little Miss Perfect (Emma Stone) isn’t such a goody-goody after all. After telling a little lie about losing her virginity, the news spreads and her life becomes like Hester Prynne’s in The Scarlet Letter, which she’s reading in school. Deciding to turn a bad situation good, she uses this new rumour about her to climb the social ladder. Features Gossip Girl Penn Badgley and Amanda Bynes.

4. Kings of Pastry Your mouth will water as your eyes stay glued to the screen during this sweet documentary. The film follows Jacquy Pfeiffer, founder of The French Pastry School in Chicago, as he travels to France to compete against 15 of the country’s leading pastry chefs for the title of Meilleur Ouvrier de France – Best Craftsman in France. The three-day competition captures exclusive footage of nerve-racking drama, talent, sacrifice and the creation of marvelous pastries.

5. Kids in America Set in the late ’80s, when the economy is booming, Matt Franklin (Topher Grace), a promising young MIT graduate, leaves his high-paying position at a lab and finds a job as a video clerk because of his disgust with the greed surrounding him. From there on, Matt’s life snowballs through crisis after crisis with friends, family and crushes. During one reckless Labour Day party, everything comes to a crazy end.  Catch Anna Faris and Michelle Trachtenberg in this flick, too!

Home theatre Movie Night

Letters to Juliet Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or just enjoy a good love story, watch Amanda Seyfried, Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Egan embark on a quest to reunite two long-lost loves.

Around June Curl up on the couch and take in this story of love, inspiration, courage and change that a young woman named June (Samaire Armstrong) experiences.

Cracks Looking to watch a love story with a new twist? Try this film starring Eva Green, Juno Temple, Maria Valverde, and Imogen Poots which tells the tale of a lesbian romance between a teacher and student in 1934.


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