DECEMBER 9, 2010 / THE SOURCE WEEKLY / 31 FILM SHORTS
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WHAT’S ANGELINA DOING WITH THAT DUDE FROM MY MORNING JACKET? SEE THE TOURIST AND FIND OUT.
BURLESQUE Ali (Christina Aguilera) escapes small town life and moves to LA to pursue her dreams and gets a job at The Burlesque Lounge as a cocktail waitress. She works her way up from slinging drinks to the big stage, helping to restore the theater to its former glory.
CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER In the third film adaptation from C.S. Lewis’ Chroni- cles of Narnia series Lucy and Edmund return to Nar- nia with their cousin Eustace where they meet up with Prince Caspian. Together they begin a voyage to the edge of the world and on the way encounter dragons, dwarves and band of lost warriors.
COOL IT Based on the book of the same name and lectures by Bjorn Lomborg, the controversial author of The Skeptical Environmentalist. Lomborg, along with film- maker Ondi Timoner, travels the world exploring the facts and true science of global warming and its impact.
DUE DATE Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr.) is a high-strung father-to-be trying to make it home in time for the birth of his child. Peter hitches a ride with aspiring actor Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) in order to make it on time in this comedy directed by Todd Phillips of Hangover fame.
FAIR GAME Naomi Watts plays Valerie Plame, the CIA agent whose cover was allegedly blown by White House officials after her husband, played by Sean Penn, was critical of the Bush administration’s handling of Iraq.
FASTER Driver (Dwayne Johnson) is released after spending 10 years in prison and the only thing on his mind is avenging the murder of his brother during a botched bank robbery, which sent him to prison in the first place.
THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNET’S NEST The last installment in Stieg Larsson’s Millenium trilogy is adapted to film by Swedish director Dan- iel Alfredson. This time, Lisbeth arrives in a hospital after being shot, and then is put on trial for murder. Slowly, the conspiracy against her unravels.
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS (PART 1) The last novel in the Harry Potter series is so robust that it had to be split into two parts and the first piece begins with Harry and friends racing to bring down Lord Voldemort’s Horcux, which is his secret to immortality.
LOVE AND OTHER DRUGS Maggie (Anne Hathaway) is an alluring free spirit who won’t let anyone tie her down, until she meets her match in Jamie (Jake Gyllenhall), a relentlessly charming pharmaceutical salesman. Their evolving relationship takes them both by surprise when they fall under the influence of the ultimate drug: love.
MEGAMIND Is it possible for the world’s most brilliant, but least successful super-villain to save the day after his former foe retires and a new villain hits town? Me- gamind switches sides after Metro Man steps down.
MORNING GLORY After losing her job at a local news program, Becky (Rachel McAdams) stumbles into a job at Daybreak, the last-place national morning news show. Becky must revitalize the show, while also trying to save her reputation and relationship.
THE NEXT THREE DAYS Russell Crow plays a man whose wife (Elizabeth Banks) has been imprisoned for murder and he hatches a plan to break her out. Based on the French film Pour Elle.
TAMARA DREWE Former ugly-duckling Tamara Drewe returns to the village of her youth in the English-countryside and throws the lives of the locals into a tailspin. Jeal- ousy, infatuation, career ambitions and love affairs collide among the inhabitants of the neighboring farmsteads.
TANGLED The tale of Rapunzel gets the CGI animation treat- ment as the storied heroine descends from her tower for the first time to chase after a bandit she’s fallen in love with. Features the voices of Mandy Moore, Zachary Levi and others.
THE TOURIST Frank (Johnny Depp) is an American tourist travel- ing to Europe in order to mend a broken heart. He unexpectedly encounters Elise (Angelina Jolie), an extraordinary women who leads him into a web of romance and danger.
UNSTOPPABLE An engineer (Denzel Washington) and his conduc- tor try to stop an unmanned runaway train carrying toxic chemicals from derailing and destroying a city.
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Cena de Navidad
Holiday Menu • Served Family Style • Salad •
Ensalada Noche Buena
A traditional Christmas Eve salad made of refreshing romain lettuce and fruit with a yogurt, honey and citrus dressing.
• Entrée • Pierna Mechada
Olive and prune stuffed pork oven cooked in a garlic and beer marinade. Calabazitas Rostisadas
Roasted zucchini and yellow squash in a light olive oil and cilantro sauce. Chipolte Mashed Potatoes topped with a Bourbon mushroom sauce.
Tamales de Manzanas
An authentic Christmas tamale made of semi-sweet apples and raisons served with a cinnamon rompope sauce
• Dessert • Chocolate and Chile de Arbel Mousse
Served in a white chocolate bowl and topped with whipped cream and nutmeg. Amalia’s Rompope
Traditional Mexican eggnog made from scratch and served with dessert. Alcohol may be added for an additional price.
IN TAMARA DREWE, SOMEONE WILL ALMOST CERTAINLY FALL IN LOVE WITH THIS MAN.
THE WARRIOR’S WAY In a story of revenge, redemption and martial arts, the world’s greatest swordsman abandons his war- rior clan to start a new life in the American Badlands.
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