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In-House Movies This Month

Check the University Update weekly for the date and time movies will be shown. In-House movies shown on channel 1390.

Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the KindertransportInto the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport 2000 (1 hour 57 minutes) Rated PG
Filmmaker Mark Jonathan Harris’s Oscar-winning documentary tells the story of an underground railroad — the Kindertransport — that saved the lives of more than 10,000 Jewish children at the dawn of World War II. Through interviews and archival footage, the survivors movingly recount being taken from their families and sent to live with strangers in the relative safety of England. Judi Dench narrates.

Strangers on a TrainStrangers on a Train 1951 (1 hour 41 minutes) Rated PG
When Bruno meets tennis star Guy aboard a train, he confesses he wants his rich father dead, prompting Guy to reveal that he wants to divorce his shrewish wife — so Bruno suggests that they “trade” murders in this Alfred Hitchcock classic. Starring Farley Granger, Ruth Roman, Robert Walker.

Down Argentine WayDown Argentine Way 1940 (1 hour 29 minutes) Not Rated
Pin-up gal and girl next door Betty Grable stars as Glenda Crawford, an American heiress who falls for a dashing South American horse breeder in this musical comedy. Glenda’s parents disapprove of Ricardo Quintana (Don Ameche), and the star-crossed lovers face tough odds as they fight for the right to be together. In between all the feuding and fussing are standout song-and-dance numbers by Carmen Miranda and the Nicholas Brothers.

Two Mules for Sister SaraTwo Mules for Sister Sara 1970 (1 hour 54 minutes) Rated PG
In this antic Western, Hogan (Clint Eastwood) is a mercenary who hires his gun out to the highest bidder. But he meets his match in Sister Sara (Shirley MacLaine), who’s committed to helping a group of Mexican revolutionaries battle the French. The unlikely duo team up to join the fight — and maybe earn a few centavos in the process.

The PianistThe Pianist 2002 (2 hours 30 minutes) Rated R
Famed Polish pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman struggles to survive the onslaught of Nazi tyranny during World War II in this drama based on his memoirs. In spite of his well-known talent, Szpilman spends several years holed up in Warsaw, clinging to life. Starring Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann and Emilia Fox.

The Condor's Shadow: A DocumentaryThe Condor’s Shadow: A Documentary 2013 (55 minutes) Not Rated
A year-in-the-life journey through endangered species recovery, this beautifully shot film follows passionate field biologist Joseph Brandt to reveal the realities of bringing the iconic California condor back from the brink of extinction.

Rocket GibraltarRocket Gibraltar 1988 (1 hour 39 minutes) Rated PG
Levi Rockwell’s (Burt Lancaster) family has gathered at his home to celebrate his upcoming 77th birthday, and his children and their spouses are an anxious and egocentric bunch set on winning the old man over. Despite the continuous squabbles between siblings and spouses, the group is touched by a poignant and untraditional present Levi’s grandchildren have presented to him. Stars Kevin Spacey, Bill Pullman, Patricia Clarkson and Macaulay Culkin.

GaslightGaslight 1940 (1 hour 24 minutes) Not Rated
Director Thorold Dickinson’s 1940 version of the classic suspense thriller stars Diana Wynyard as Bella Mallen, a young bride who’s slowly tormented by strange happenings in her home, the same home in which a stash of jewels is reportedly hidden. Anton Walbrook plays Bella’s ostensibly devoted husband, who tends to his wife’s increasingly fragile mental state with fiendish charm.