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Kiss the Bride

Three sisters return home for their sibling's (Amanda Detmer) wedding.


2002, 89min., Rated R

4:10pm

DAILY SCHEDULE
TUESDAYNovember 25th

6:00

am

The Fortune Cookie

A TV cameraman hurt while covering a football game is told by his brother-in-law how to get a big insurance settlement.

Starring: Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Ron Rich | Directed By: Billy Wilder

125min., Rated NR

8:30

am

Good Boy!

After adopting a dog, a 12-year-old (Liam Aiken) learns the animal is an interplanetary scout sent to investigate other canines.

Starring: Molly Shannon, Liam Aiken, Kevin Nealon | Directed By: John Robert Hoffman

89min., Rated PG

10:15

am

Music Within

After losing most of his hearing in the Vietnam War, Richard Pimentel (Ron Livingston) becomes a motivational speaker and a driving force behind the Americans With Disabilities Act.

Starring: Ron Livingston, Melissa George, Michael Sheen | Directed By: Steven Sawalich

95min., Rated R

12:05

pm

The Other End of the Line

Although she is already engaged, an employee (Shriya Saran) at a call center in India makes a romantic connection with an American (Jesse Metcalfe), and flies to San Francisco to meet him.

Starring: Shriya Saran, Jesse Metcalfe, Larry Miller | Directed By: James Dodson

106min., Rated PG-13

2:10

pm

No Such Thing

In Iceland a New York journalist (Sarah Polley) meets a reptilian monster (Robert John Burke) which slaughtered her fianc and a television crew.

Starring: Sarah Polley, Robert John Burke, Helen Mirren | Directed By: Hal Hartley

101min., Rated R

4:10

pm

Kiss the Bride

An actress, a career woman and a rebellious rocker return home for their sibling's (Amanda Detmer) wedding.

Starring: Amanda Detmer, Sean Patrick Flanery, Burt Young | Directed By: Vanessa Parise

89min., Rated R

6:00

pm

The Cutting Edge

An ex-hockey player (D.B. Sweeney) and a prima donna (Moira Kelly) bicker as paired figure skaters shooting for the Olympics.

Starring: D.B. Sweeney, Moira Kelly, Roy Dotrice | Directed By: Paul Michael Glaser

101min., Rated PG

8:00

pm

The Cutting Edge 3: Chasing the Dream

An ice skater (Matt Lanter) and his new partner (Francia Raisa) develop feelings for each other while training to compete in Paris.

Starring: Matt Lanter, Francia Raisa, Christy Carlson Romano | Directed By: Stuart Gillard

96min., Rated PG-13

10:00

pm

She's Gotta Have It

Spike Lee won wide acclaim for this portrait of a black woman who shares an unconventional relationship with three men.

Starring: Tracy Camilla Johns, Tommy Redmond Hicks, John Canada Terrell | Directed By: Spike Lee

84min., Rated R

12:00

am

Fame

Students (Asher Book, Kristy Flores, Paul Iacono) at New York's High School of Performing Arts see if they have the dedication and talent necessary to achieve their dreams.

Starring: Asher Book, Kristy Flores, Paul Iacono | Directed By: Kevin Tancharoen

107min., Rated PG

2:05

am

Two Weeks

Home movies provide insight into family relationships as four adults gather at the North Carolina residence of their dying mother (Sally Field).

Starring: Sally Field, Ben Chaplin, Tom Cavanagh | Directed By: Steve Stockman

98min., Rated R

4:00

am

The Man in the Moon

A couple's (Sam Waterston, Tess Harper) two daughters catch the eye of their new teenage neighbor in 1957 Louisiana.

Starring: Sam Waterston, Tess Harper, Gail Strickland | Directed By: Robert Mulligan

99min., Rated PG-13