Niagra Motel 2006 Color 88 minutes Rated R
Starring: Craig Ferguson, Kevin Pollack, Anna Friel
Niagara Falls has always been the quintessential romantic destination for newlyweds and a symbol of beginnings, promise and potential. Apparently they've never heard of the Niagara Motel where the honeymoon is definitely over! At this low-rent, high-drama establishment, heartbreak waltzes with hilarity in a madcap dance of absurdity as eight hapless residents struggle to tie up the loose ends of their lives without hanging themselves in the process! The Independent 2000 Color 95 minutes Rated R
Starring: Jerry Stiller, Janeane Garofalo, Max Perlich
The Independent is the story of one man's struggle for a little bit of recognition. It's filled with interviews from Morty's celebrity friends, clips from his thirty years of films, and a cinema verite camera which follows Morty and Paloma as they try to find the money to help him complete his latest work, the socially conscious semi-erotic thriller, Ms. Kevorkian. The Independent is filled with great performances, and finds its way into your hands as the result of the settling of a lawsuit with a now-defunct, terrible little independent film distributor, the ugly details of which we are contractually unable to revisit here Mambo Café 2000 Color 98 minutes Rated PG-13
Starring: Thalia, Paul Rodriguez, Rosanna DeSoto
Nydia's college career may soon be over if her family's business, The Mambo Café, doesn't get back on track. While on summer break, Nydia and her brother cook up a scheme to bring in the customers. The only problem is ... it requires the mob, a murder and plenty of mayhem.