Based on a true story that took place before the French Revolution in 1765, a beast roams the countryside of Gevaudan, France, killing only women and children. Unsatisfied with the results produced by his army, the king sends a court biologist and his mysterious blood brother to investigate the killings.
- January 28, 2002 |
Writer-director Steve Oedekerk (The Nutty Professor, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls) also stars in a new style of martial arts film that dubs his altered dialogue over footage from a 1970s martial arts picture. The story is loosely about "The Chosen One" (Oedekerk), who seeks to avenge the death of his parents by killing kung fu legend Master Pain.
- January 27, 2002 |
This thrilling, swashbuckling adventure revives a classic tale for a new generation.
- January 20, 2002 |
Snow Dogs is a fun, feel-good comedy with gorgeous scenery (it's worth watching the movie for that alone). This family comedy also deals with the sensitive subject of birth parents giving up their child, and adoptive parents loving that child as their own.
- January 18, 2002 |
Brilliantly executed action sequences and amazing battle scenes in Black Hawk Down don't overshadow several moments of human interest, exemplified by the men's willingness to literally lay down their lives for their fellow fighters.
- January 17, 2002 |
In the year 2079, much of Earth lives under a protective electromagnetic dome. Invaders from a distant solar system want to conquer Earth, sending alien replicants as assassins, equipped with bombs in their chests, to kill important political figures.
- December 29, 2001 |