- A midlevel shipping clerk finally lands a date with an attractive coworker, only to discover that she and most of his other fellow employees are aliens surveilling the planet Earth ahead of an invasion. Jonathan M. Woodward, Samm Levine and Angela Bettis star in this fanciful independent comedy.
- One Way to Valhalla
- After he suffers a head injury thanks to a bicycle accident that's the result of losing his license and his beloved 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, hard-drinking, volatile auto enthusiast Bo Durant (Gabriel Macht) undergoes a radical, alienating personality change that only his stepdaughter (Alison Pill) seems able to understand. Kim Dickens costars in this offbeat independent drama.
- The Devil's Arithmetic
- A teenage girl (Kirsten Dunst), who has no interest in her Jewish heritage, gets a supernatural opportunity to experience for herself the horrors of the Holocaust alongside her future aunt (Brittany Murphy). Louise Fletcher and Mimi Rogers costar in this drama.
- Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
- A couple meet on a Long Island commuter train, are drawn to each other's opposing personalities, and begin a tenuous relationship. Then they discover that they were already lovers for two years in the past, and chose to have their painful relationship erased from their minds by the cutting-edge technology of a company called Lacuna Inc., where the employees are hiding their own secrets from each other and themselves. Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet and Kirsten Dunst star in this acclaimed comedy drama that won an Oscar(R) for Best Original Screenplay.
- Adept in the martial art of Silat, an Indonesian teenager (Iko Uwais) from a sleepy farming community embarks on a traditional rite of passage by traveling to the bustling city of Jakarta, where he runs afoul of human traffickers when he tries to help a stripper (Sisca Jessica) and her little brother escape from their clutches. Mads Koudal costars in this fast-paced action drama.
- Cherry Crush
- A noir thriller set in high school, this unique crime story stars Nikki Reed and Jonathan Tucker as troubled teen lovers who commit and conceal the murder of a corrupt bankruptcy lawyer (Frank Whaley), even as a dogged detective (Michael O'Keefe) closes in on their scent. Dennis Boutsikaris costars.
- Our Idiot Brother
- Ned Rochlin (Paul Rudd) chooses to look for the good in every situation and the best in everyone he meets, which often puts him at odds with the world around him - especially his family. Upon being released from jail, Ned excitedly returns to the organic farm he shares with his girlfriend, Janet (Kathryn Hahn), to find that she has thrown him out, and more importantly won't give up custody of his beloved dog. Without a house, a job, or a clue about how to get his dog back, Ned seeks shelter with his begrudging family.
- A Bag of Hammers
- In this offbeat comedy, two slacker buddies (Jason Ritter and Jake Sandvig) befriend a street-smart kid who wants to join their larcenous valet parking business. When they discover the kid is neglected, they have to decide if they're ready to become responsible adults in order to protect him.
- Peter & Vandy
- Jason Ritter and Jess Weixler are a couple whose doomed relationship is depicted out of chronological order in this independent romantic drama that follows a love affair from first date to breakup in fractured fashion. Jesse L. Martin costars.
- Pauly Shore's Vegas is My Oyster
- Music, comedy and debauchery are the order of the evening when funny man Pauly Shore hosts this Las Vegas variety show featuring an eclectic blend of adult entertainers, "filthy glam" rock band Semi Precious Weapons, and comedians including Maz Jobrani, Andy Dick, Charlyne Yi, Faizon Love and Tom Green.
- A Get2Gether
- Romance-minded Derrick intended to create an intimate, couples-only evening for himself, his new girlfriend, and another couple, but a jealous buddy miffed that he didn't get an invitation turns the gathering into a neighborhood-wide house party. B. Cole, Tony T. Roberts and Kid Capri star in this raucous comedy.
- Summer's Moon
- Traveling to a rural small town seeking the father she's never known, a teenage girl is trapped by a demented serial killer from whom she can't escape. Ashley Greene, Stephen McHattie and Peter Mooney star in this horror thriller.
- Sex in an Epidemic
- AIDS activist Jean Carlomusto directs this historical account of the varying social, sexual and political reactions to the disease's spread and the way it transformed how Americans thinks about sexual practices with the creation of the "safe sex" concept. Included is a look at the struggle of HIV educators and community groups to combat the apathy and fear that greeted the rise of AIDS, particularly on the part of lawmakers, who passed a bill prohibiting federal funding for any educational materials "condoning the homosexual lifestyle."
- Kevin Nealon: Whelmed...But Not Overly
- Standup comedian, television star and author Kevin Nealon headlines this new comedy special that finds the new father daunted by fears, insecurities and doubts, but only slightly. Taped before an enthusiastic Denver, Colorado audience, this special finds the popular funny man in top form.
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