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  • There’s just one shopping day until Christmas! Fred is so wrapped up in his acting debut as Scrooge in the Bedrock production of “A Christmas Carol” that he’s completely forgotten to buy any gifts.  And worse, he’s left baby Pebbles stranded at Cave Care Centre! 

    But wife Wilma and a few familiar ghosts perform a true Christmas miracle, helping hubby Fred remember the true meaning of the season. Join Barney, Betty, Bam Bam, and Dino in this hilarious stone-age version of the magical holiday classic.

  • From the beloved classic by the author of The Secret Garden comes A Little Princess, filled with storytelling magic to unlock imaginations and inspire dreams.  

    Sara Crewe (Liesel Matthews) shares a life of wonder in exotic India with her devoted father (Liam Cunningham) But war draws Sara’s father into the military and Sara is sent to a New York boarding school, un by the strict Miss Minchin (Eleanor Bron), to whom exuberant Sara is a troublemaker. But with courage, imagination and kindness, Sara overcomes her hardships – and changes her life and the fortunes of those around her. Experience this “jewel of a movie” (Leonard Maltin) for anyone who ever wishes or dreams.

  • Wall Street titan Steven Taylor seems like a devoted husband. He isn’t. Beautiful Emily Bradford Taylor seems like a faithful wife, she isn’t. And when Steven hires Emily’s lover to kill her, it seems like A Perfect Murder. It isn’t. In fact, little is what it seems in this sleek thriller.

    Michael Douglas, Gwyneth Paltrow and Viggo Mortensen star in A Perfect Murder, inspired by the play Dial M for Murder, filmed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1954. Fans of that classic will be in for a lot of suprises. So will Steven. At each unexpected twist in his “perfect” plot he improvises brilliantly. But  can he always stay one step ahead of the next jolt?

  • Academy Award® winners Kevin Costner and Clint Eastwood confront each other from opposite sides of the law in A Perfect World, an acclaimed, multi-layered manhunt saga (directed by Eastwood) that rumbles down Texas backroads towards a harrowing collision with fate.

    Costner plays Butch Haynes, a hardened prison escapee on the run with a young hostage (T.J. Lowther in a remarkable debut) who sees in Butch the father figure he never had. Eastwood is wily Texas Ranger Red Garnett, leading deputies and a criminologist (Laura Dern) on a state wide pursuit. Red knows every road and pothole in the Panhandle. What’s more, he knows the elusive Haynes – because their paths have crossed before.

  • John Grisham’s bestseller A Time to Kill is a forceful crime thriller, directed by Joel Schumacher (Batman Forever, The Client). Sandra Bullock, Samuel L. Jackson, Matthew McConaughey and Kevin Spacey, all star in a murder trial that brings a small Mississippi town’s racial tensions to boiling point. 

    Amid a frenzy of activist marches, Klan terror, media clamour and brutal riots, an unseasoned but idealistic young attorney mounts a stirring courtroom battle for justice. The superb cast also includes Brenda Fricker, Oliver Platt, Charles S. Dutton, Ashley Judd, Patrick McGoohan, Chris Cooper and both Donald and Kiefer Sutherland. These and other talents make A Time to Kill an unmissable movie.

  • He was where he shouldn’t have been and saw what he shouldn’t have seen. Now, who will believe the word of a career thief and ex-con? Who will trust Luther Whitney when he says he saw a woman killed — and that the man responsible for her death is the President of the United States?

    Clint Eastwood portrays Whitney and directs this crisp, finely acted thriller based on David Baldacci’s best-selling novel. The stellar cast, which includes Gene Hackman and Ed Harris, creates well-rounded characters that intensify a constantly spiralling game of cat and mouse between Whitney, local police and the highest levels of White House power. Eastwood is a master at steadily raising the stakes in thrillers. Here his mastery is absolute.

  • He’s the best there is. In fact, he’s the only one there is! He’s Ace Ventura Pet Detective. Jim Carey (The Mask, Dumb and Dumber, Liar Liar) is on the case to find the Miami Dolphins’ missing mascot and quarterback Dan Marino. 

    He goes eyeball to eyeball with a man-eating shark, stakes out the Miami Dolphins and woos and wows the ladies. Whether he’s undercover, under fire or underwater, he always gets his man... or beast!

  • Africa’s the place and Ace is on the case, setting out to rescue an animal he loathes – a bat! Jim Carrey returns as Ace, the alligator-wrasslin’, elephant-calling monkey-shining, loogie-launching pet detective. If you’re ready to laugh like a pack of hyenas, if you want more fun than an industrial-sized barrel of monkeys, you know what to do. Heed the call.

  • What would you do if that special someone dumped you? After seeing the delightful Addicted to Love, the better question is what wouldn’t you do! Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick take a funny look at love’s obsessive side as Maggie and Sam, teaming for revenge when their exes (Kelly Preston and Tcheky Karyo) team for romance. Sam simply wants his girlfriend back. Maggie wants to get back at her old flame. So all over New York’s SoHo, they unleash their diabolical plot. If successful, the two who spurned them will be hapless, hopeless, loveless. And if Cupid has his way, Maggie and Sam just might go from a jilted Who’s Through to a romantic Who’s Who.

  • Derek Vinyard is dangerous, a coiled fury of hate who leads a neo-Nazi gang. But time and events start to change him. He reassesses his ways while doing time for manslaughter and emerges from prison eager to keep his younger brother (Edward Furlong) from falling victim to the thug cycle of violence and payback.

    It may be too late. Weaving in and out of events past and present in Derek’s life, American History X is revealing in its look at white-supremacist gangs and impassioned in its message that hatred and bigotry can be unlearned. Edward Norton (Fight Club, Pride and Glory) portrays Derek, giving a powerful, persuasive, Oscar® - nominated performance.