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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.

One Eyed JacksOne Eyed Jacks 1961 (2 hours 21 minutes) Unrated
After a successful bank robbery in Mexico, outlaw bandit Rio (Marlon Brando, who also directed) is betrayed by partner Dad Longworth (Karl Malden) and ends up serving a long prison stretch. After Rio gets sprung years later, he seeks vengeance on Longworth, who has since become a wealthy and respectable lawman.

He Walked By NightHe Walked by Night 1948 (1 hour 19 minutes) Not Rated
A burglar morphs into a stone-cold cop killer and becomes the subject of a tireless manhunt that leads Los Angeles’s finest into a harrowing final chase in the city’s sewer system. Starring Richard Basehart, Whit Bissell and Scott Brady, He Walked by Night (which also features Jack Webb) inspired the long-running TV show “Dragnet” and features the immortal line, “The names were changed to protect the innocent.”

The New WorldThe New World 2005 (2 hours 15 minutes) Rated PG-13
Set in 1607 at the founding of the Jamestown Settlement, Terrence Malick’s epic adventure chronicles the extraordinary actions of explorer John Smith (Colin Farrell) and Native American princess Pocahontas (Q’Orianka Kilcher). As English settlers and Native Americans clash, Smith and Pocahontas find their worlds colliding and their hearts entwined, but ancestral loyalty may tear them apart. Christian Bale and Christopher Plummer co-star.

Searching for Sugar ManSearching for Sugar Man 2012 (1 hour 26 minutes) Rated PG-13
Decades after Detroit singer-songwriter Rodriguez disappeared following the commercial failure of his two critically praised records in the 1970s, two fans from South Africa, where Rodriguez was a huge hit, try to track down their idol. Starring Sixto Rodriguez, Steve Segerman and Dennis Coffey.

Everything is IlluminatedEverything Is Illuminated 2005 (1 hour 46 minutes) Rated PG-13
A young American Jewish man begins an exhausting quest — aided by a naïve Ukranian translator — to find the righteous gentile woman who saved his grandfather when his small Ukranian village (along with most of the populace) was obliterated during the Nazi invasion of Russia in 1941. Stars Elijah Wood, Eugene Hutz and Boris Leskin. Liev Schreiber directs. Based on the novel by Jonathan Safran Foer.

PleasantvillePleasantville 1998 (2 hours 4 minutes) Rated PG-13
David and his sister, Jennifer, get sucked into the black-and-white world of a 1950s TV sitcom called “Pleasantville.” But when Jennifer’s modern attitude disrupts Pleasantville’s boring routine, she literally brings color into its life. Starring Tobey Maguire, Reese Witherspoon and William H. Macy.

Playing for TimePlaying for Time 1980 (2 hours 30 minutes) Not Rated
When Jewish songstress Fania Fénelon (Vanessa Redgrave) is plucked from the stage and sent to Auschwitz, she and other musicians find themselves assigned to a terrible task: using their talents to soothe fellow prisoners who are sentenced to die in the gas chambers. Daniel Mann directs this Emmy-winning television movie based on Fénelon’s autobiography; famed playwright Arthur Miller penned the script.

The Perfect ManThe Perfect Man 2011 (1 hour 23 minutes) Not Rated
Honoring an agreement they made years ago, unhappily married Russell leaves his wife promptly after their son heads off to college. But it doesn’t take long for Russell to regret it, vowing to win his wife back from her seemingly perfect new man. Starring Malika Blessing, Maya Dunbar and Christian Keyes.

GigiGigi 1958 (1 hour 56 minutes) Rated G
Leslie Caron stars as Gigi, an avant-garde French waif being groomed as the fille de joie of affluent and handsome Gaston (Louis Jourdan). Soon Gigi metamorphoses into a stunning beauty, and the head-over-heels Gaston asks for her hand. But Gigi’s courtesan grandmother is aghast: No one in the family has ever considered something as plebeian as matrimony! This 1958 gem won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director.

GiftedGifted 2017 (1 hour 41 minutes) Rated PG-13
When his sister dies, 30-something bachelor Frank Adler assumes the care of her 7-year-old daughter. But his plans to raise her are threatened when the child reveals herself to be a math prodigy, and his mom suddenly gets involved. Starring Chris Evans, Mckenna Grace and Lindsay Duncan.