Whats Playing 06/08/07

Wide Release

Hostel II – Starring Lauren German, Heather Matarazzo, Bijou Phillips, and more in the follow-up to El Roth’s horror inducing film from 2005. Three American female college students enter a hostel in Slovakia and are looking for fun times and cheap rates. Upon meeting a handsome young man, they think things are going to be wild. That is until he sells them to twisted masters looking to rape, torture, and kill them.

Ocean’s Thirteen – The whole gang is back including Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Bernie Mac, Matt Damon, Elliott Gould, and more as they are joined by newcomer Al Pacino. Danny Ocean (Clooney) gets everyone back together for their third and biggest heist of all. Willy Bank (Pacino) has double-crossed one of their original eleven and they aim to get back at him.

Surf’s Up – Showcasing the voices of Shia LaBeouf, Jeff Bridges, Jon Heder, Zooey Deschanel, and more in a look at the annual Penguin World Surfing Championships. Follow along a “documentary” crew as they take you behind the scenes to try and prove that surfing was invented by penguins. And also witness the newest up-and-comer in the penguin surfing world, Cody Maverick.

Limited Release

La Vie en Rose – Marion Cotillard, Sylvie Testud, and Pascal Greggory star in the life story of French cabaret singer Edith Piaf as she lived life through her music and battled with cancer before dying at the age of 48.

The Method – Seven people are slated to have their final interviews for a very important position in a big company. Once together, the company uses a method called the Gronholm method to make their final selection. This involves hilarious conversations, psychological tests, and number based games in a race to the top spot. Opened On Wednesday, June 6.

You’re Gonna Miss Me – A documentary about rock n’ roll pioneer Roger Kynard “Rocky” Erickson and his band called the 13th Floor Elevators that coined the term “psychedelic rock” back in the sixties. Follow along with interviews and real footage as he struggled with schizophrenia, drug abuse, a new band, and poverty.

Crazy Love and Once are all expanding.