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Artificial Intelligence

Release Date: June 29th, 2001
Movie Premise: A.I. was originally conceived by the late Stanley Kubrick, who had written a lengthy treatment, based on a short story by Brian Aldiss, prior to his death in early 1999. Long-time friend of Kubrick, Steven Spielberg decided in early 2000 to make it his next film. The futuristic drama is set in the 21st century, after the polar ice caps have melted and much of civilization is under water. The human race must then rely on artificial intelligence. The story focuses on a robot character, played by Haley Joel Osment ("The Sixth Sense").

Help Save the Arctic Refuge

Big Oil is lobbying Congress to drill in the coastal plain of the Arctic
National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is the only remaining 5% of Alaska's North Slope not already open to drilling. The Arctic Refuge is our greatest wildlife sanctuary, and drilling there would be like drilling in Yellowstone National Park or the Grand Canyon. The coastal plain is its biological heart.

Stop the Bush Energy Plan

The secretive White House energy task force came up with one swell energy plan -- that is, if you make your money in the oil, coal, or nuclear industries.
Check out a video about the task force's monkeying around, and then tell your U.S. senator that you think it's high time we invest in conservation and renewable energy over polluting fossil fuels and risky nuclear power plants.

Dr. Doolittle 2

Eddie Murphy returns as the doctor who can talk to the animals. This time, it's Dolittle versus Darwin in the ultimate man versus nature showdown, in the midst of the animal kingdom's first labor strike.

Voice of the Voiceless

Voice of the Voiceless Produced and directed by Tania Cuevas Martinez The life, the words and the movement of Mumia Abu-Jamal are uniquely examined in Voice of the Voiceless. A New York transplant via San Francisco, up-and-coming producer/director Tania Cuevas Martinez uses her politically-conscious upbringing and hip-hop influence to bring Mumia's story to the screen.

Being There

BEING THERE is based on Jerzy Kosinski�s short comic novel about a simpleton, Chance(Peter Sellers), raised in isolation whose only education came from watching TV. When he�s forced out of the house where he worked as a gardener by the death of the wealthy recluse who raised him from infancy, he�s fortuitously struck by a limousine carrying Eve Rand (Shirley MacLaine), the wife of a wealthy industrialist. He�s mistaken, because of his well-tailored suits, for a man of means and taken to dinner with her husband, Ben Rand (Melvyn Douglas). There, as Chauncy Gardner, his blank affect is taken for seriousness and his literal pronouncements about gardening for metaphoric economic predictions. Soon he�s meeting the president (Jack Warden), going on TV--where he�s a natural--and being considered for political office.


Milk Sucks

Male calves, the "byproducts" of the dairy industry, endure 14 to17 weeks of torment in veal crates so small that they can't even turn around. Female calves often replace their old, worn-out mothers, or are slaughtered soon after birth for the rennet in their stomachs (an ingredient of most commercial cheeses). They are often kept in tiny crates or tethered in stalls for the first few months of their lives, only to grow up to become "milk machines"
like their mothers


Available: 01/16/2001
Oliver Stone's self-proclaimed "countermyth," JFK mocks the doubtful veracity of the Warren Commission's findings on the Kennedy assassination and summmarizes some of the myriad theories that have been proposed in its stead. Focusing on the investigation by New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison into the activities of the FBI and other government agencies as well as their attempted cover-ups, Stone weaves fact and speculation into a compelling argument for the reopening of the case files.


Release Date: January 8, 2001
Chocolat is a movie that deserves to be seen. The development of the story is mastered with grace and experience: the elements, the scenario, the characters are the perfect products of the writer's imagination. A lady (a marvellously matured Juliet Binoche)coming from far and foreign lands, carrying with her a luggage of esoteric knowledge earned in exotic lands, blends chocolate for the villagers of a small town in France. The magic power of her particular blends gives the villagers happiness and excitement.

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