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Located in Siren. Showtimes, prices, and mailing list.

Digital theatres and curved screens. Handicapped accessible. New Richmond.

Movie program, information about Santorini Island and the annual summer Jazz festival. Santorini, Greece.

New England based cinema chain; listing current show schedules, directions, history, and general information about all of its theaters.

Features showtimes and theatre information, ticket details, services, movie content, and gift certificates.

Listings and showtimes for the Ada, Elder, and Kenton Theatres, and the HI-Road Drive In theatres of Ohio.

A family-owned chain serving most of Iowa and part of Nebraska. Includes theater addresses and showtimes for various cities and towns.

Ireland-based chain. Cinema listings with showtimes, downloadable Flash video trailers, competitions, and links.

Features new movies, reviews, and release dates for chain based in New Mexico with 21 theaters and 74 screens.

Operators of Showcase and Multiplex Cinemas and other chains. 1300 screens in the USA, UK, and Latin America.

Focuses upon problems of adapting and transforming fiction and drama into film. Editors, back issues index, subscription information, and upcoming events.

A list of plot questions, with detailed answers.

Critical essay and interpretation of '2001: A Space Odyssey.'

Files for making your Windows or Macintosh desktop look like HAL.

Detailed, negative review of the film, by critic Brian Farrelly.

Official "21" film site. Includes cast and crew credits, news regarding the film, and multimedia downloads.

Mark Bourne's review: "If Se7en and Hannibal are grand opera, The Abominable Dr. Phibes is Gilbert and Sullivan." 3 stars.

Fan fiction about how Buckaroo met Rawhide and brought the idea of the Institute together.

Movie review by Fred Thom.

Production information and poster.

Official website with synopsis, cast information, and production art.

Review of the movie by Keith Cohen.

Location details and trivia alongside screen captures.

Movie trailers, DVD information, cast biographies and "fun stuff".

Review of the movie, plus plot line, cast, and information on a technicolor clip of the rehearsal.

News, fan fiction, and message board.

Review of the film by D.B. Spalding. "...a profound celebration of each culture's, each individual's, personal experience of our universe."

Part of the official Warner Bros. Online marketing strategy for "The Dark Knight".

Heath Ledger is set to play The Joker in the Batman Begins sequel. The Australian actor was apparently officially offered the much sought after role.

Battle Royale review from the Snowblood Rose section of