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We have just added enough stills to make your head spin from several films opening this year and a couple that are opening today. So sit back, relax and dive into the movie still goodness below, and click on any of the preview images to check out the full gallery.

ELIZABETHTOWN
(October 14, 2005)

A love letter to the resilience of the life force, Elizabethtown is a story of an unexpected romance that develops against the backdrop of a Kentucky patriarch’s hilariously elaborate memorial.

BROKEN FLOWERS
(August 5, 2005)

In the new film from acclaimed writer/director Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray stars as Don Johnston. The resolutely single Don’s has just been dumped by his latest lover, Sherry (Julie Delpy). Don yet again resigns himself to being alone and left to his own devices. Instead, he is compelled to reflect on his past when he receives by mail a mysterious pink letter. It is from an anonymous former lover and informs him that he has a 19-year-old son who may now be looking for his father. Don is urged to investigate this “mystery” by his closest friend and neighbor, Winston (Jeffrey Wright), an amateur sleuth and family man. Hesitant to travel at all, Don nonetheless embarks on a cross-country trek in search of clues from four former flames (Frances Conroy, Jessica Lange, Sharon Stone, and Tilda Swinton). Unannounced visits to each of these unique women hold new surprises for Don as he haphazardly confronts both his past and, consequently, his present.

NIGHT WATCH
(TBA 2005 (Fourth Quarter))

Set in contemporary Moscow, Night Watch
revolves around the conflict and balance maintained between the forces
of light and darkness — the result of a medieval truce between the
opposing sides. As night falls, the dark forces battle the super-human
“Others” of the Night Watch, whose mission is to patrol and protect.
But there is constant fear that an ancient prophecy will come true:
that a powerful “Other” will rise up, be tempted by one of the sides,
and tip the balance plunging the world into a renewed war between the
dark and light, the results of which would be catastrophic.

Night Watch is the first installment of a trilogy based on the
best-selling sci-fi novels of Sergei Lukyanenko entitled Night Watch,
Day Watch
and Dusk Watch.

2046
(August 5, 2005)

He was a writer. He thought he wrote about the future but it really was the past. In his novel, a mysterious train left for 2046 every once in a while. Everyone who went there had the same intention…to recapture their lost memories. It was said that in 2046, nothing ever changed. Nobody knew for sure if it was true, because nobody who went there had ever come back – except for one. He was there. He chose to leave. He wanted to change.

FRIENDS WITH MONEY
(TBA 2005)

Four best friends and their relationships with one another and their husbands. Only one (Aniston) is not married.

LORD OF WAR
(September 16, 2005)

After escaping the USSR for the land of opportunity, young hustler YURI (Nicolas Cage) seizes the opportunity to make a buck by selling a key to the UN armory and realizing his calling as an arms dealer.

Driven by the lure of easy money and the heady cocktail of glamour and danger, Yuri and his brother VITALY claw their way up through the world of international arms dealing, all the while staying one step ahead of the law, ruthless competitors and treacherous clients by wit and cunning.

With private jets and a beauty queen at his side, Yuri savors the high life in the fast lane, even after being forced to kill in cold blood and learning the brutal personal cost of his profession.

But when Vitaly encounters the innocent victims of their unholy trade and is killed making a moral stand, Yuri’s world begins to cave in…

THE SQUID AND THE WHALE
(October 7, 2005)

The Squid and the Whale portrays the dysfunction of family, the frailties of adolescents, and the emotional pitfalls of parenting with an incisive perception and subtlety. This is the kind of filmmaking that shines with clarity and truth and makes us understand how books and ideas can become weapons and how our lives are forever shaped by our families.

DON’T COME KNOCKING
(October 14, 2005 (Limited))

Howard Spence (Sam Shepard) has seen better
days. He once was a big movie star, acting mainly in Westerns. At the
age of sixty, he uses drugs, alcohol and young girls to avoid the
painful truth that there are only supporting parts left for him to
play.

After yet another night of debauchery in his trailer, he
decides to flee from the film set and leave his ruthless life behind.
He ends up in Elko, Nevada, the town where he was born, and where his
mother still lives. Lulu (Eva Marie Saint) has not seen her only son
for more than thirty years, and she wants him to show her pictures of
his family. Howard has no family, of course. So he learns from his
mother that a woman called her once, long ago, telling her that she was
carrying Howard’s child. The idea that he has a son or a daughter
somewhere out there seems like a ray of hope for Howard, a possible
salvation from his narcissistic and meaningless life.

Meanwhile, the film shoot is interrupted and Sutter (Tim
Roth), a private detective, is hired to find Howard and escort him back
to the set. When he appears in town, Howard is reminded of the reality
he has escaped from and he flees again, this time to find his lost
child in Montana.

The movie that catapulted Howard to stardom back then was shot
near Butte, a city that is now a place of deep depression. Doreen
(Jessica Lange) was one of Howard’s flames at the time. She is now
running the M&M, the coffee shop where she was a waitress when
Howard first met her. Her son Earl (Gabriel Mann) is a rock musician
and singer living in Butte as well.

His encounters with Doreen and Earl make Howard think that
returning to Butte might have been a big mistake. Especially his son
completely rejects him. Howard is ready to give up and leave Butte
again, when out of nowhere a young woman appears. Sky (Sarah Polley) is
in fact, Howard’s daughter, the product of another short fling that
must have happened during the filming of the same movie. Earl and Sky
do not even know about each other.

For the first time in his life, Howard does something unselfish and tries to put this disconnected family back together…

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