The Jeffrey Dahmer Files

(2012) NR 1Hr 16m

Stripping away the headlines and hype, this documentary spotlights the people who surrounded serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer during and after his arrest. Comments by neighbors and police create a portrait of Dahmer that’s disturbingly normal.”

[Sept 13 2013]

Limelight

(2011) NR 1Hr 42min

"This documentary examines the career of New York club owner Peter Gatien, whose run-ins with the law eventually had him deported to Canada. Through Gatien, viewers are treated to a fascinating glimpse into the evolution of New York’s wild nightlife."

[July 8 2013]

Four Rooms

(1995) R 97 Minutes

One mad New Year’s Eve, an overwhelmed bellboy (Tim Roth) copes with witches and diabolical children, gets caught in the middle of a sour relationship and settles a bloody bet for members of a superstar’s entourage. Madonna, Antonio Banderas and Bruce Willis co-star in this uncommon comedy like no other that features four stories by a quartet of hot directors: Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino.”

[June 29 2012]

Party Girl

(1995) R 94 Minutes

Mary (Parker Posey), a flighty, unemployed, 24-year-old Manhattanite, is trying to get her life in order. But instead of bothering herself with a real job, she throws a series of parties at her apartment to pay the rent. When she gets thrown in jail after one of her soirees is raided, she has to take a library job to repay her godmother, who bailed her out of the clink. Daisy Von Scherler Mayer directs this definitive “Generation X” comedy.”

[June 11 2012]

Legends of the Fall

(1994) R 132 Minutes

The Ludlow clan — father William and brothers Alfred, Tristan and Samuel — splinters when Sam goes off to fight in World War I against his father’s wishes. To protect Sam, his siblings follow suit, but tragedy ensues when their efforts fall short.”

[June 10 2012]

Broken Arrow 

(1996) R 108 Minutes

When rogue stealth-fighter pilot Vic Deakins (John Travolta) deliberately drops off the radar while on maneuvers, the Air Force ends up with two stolen nuclear warheads — and Deakins’s co-pilot, Riley Hale (Christian Slater), is the military’s only hope for getting them back. Traversing the deserted canyons of Utah, Hale teams with park ranger Terry Carmichael (Samantha Mathis) to put Deakins back in his box. But can they pull it off?”

[May 19 2012]

FernGully: The Last Rainforest

(1992) G 75 Minutes

When a sprite named Crysta shrinks a human boy, Zak, down to her size, he vows to help the magical fairy folk stop a greedy logging company from destroying their home, the pristine rainforest known as FernGully. Zak and his new friends fight to defend FernGully from lumberjacks — and the vengeful spirit they accidentally unleash after chopping down a magic tree. This fun, animated film features the vocal talents of Tim Curry and Robin Williams.”

[May 15 2012]

Dumb and Dumber: Unrated

(1994) UR 112 Minutes

Full of scatological humor, this unrated comic romp stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as the dim-bulb title characters who get more than they bargained for when they try to return a briefcase left at the airport by socialite Mary Swanson (Lauren Holly). Unaware that the case is crammed with cash intended for the baddies who abducted Mary’s husband, the two cretins set out on a cross-country trip to find her — with the kidnappers not far behind.”

[May 10 2012]

All Dogs Go to Heaven

(1989) G 84 Minutes

After canine Charlie B. Barkin (voiced by Burt Reynolds) is double-crossed and killed by his partner Carface (Vic Tayback), he’s given a chance to leave heaven and return to earth, where he seeks revenge on Carface and becomes the protector of an orphan girl. Set in 1939 Louisiana, the delightful animation, courtesy of Don Bluth’s studio, also stars Dom DeLuise as Charlie’s best pal, Itchy, and Charles Nelson Reilly as Carface’s henchman Killer.”

[May 6 2012]

Beethoven

(1992) PG 86 Minutes

Workaholic George Newton (Charles Grodin) reluctantly agrees to let his children keep a St. Bernard puppy who’s just escaped the clutches of two dimwitted dognappers (Oliver Platt and Stanley Tucci). Dubbed Beethoven, the playful pooch soon turns into a full-grown engine of destruction, leaving wreckage and hilarity in his wake. Disney veteran Dean Jones is cast against type as a vile veterinarian who kidnaps Beethoven for a lab experiment.”

[May 6 2012]