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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.

Chicken RunChicken Run
2000 (1 hour 24 minutes) Rated G
Facing mortal peril, Rocky the rooster and Ginger the hen decide to rebel against evil farmers Mr. and Ms. Tweedy and lead their fellow chickens in a great escape from the farm where they are being held captive. Voices by Mel Gibson, Phil Daniels and Lynn Ferguson.

King of TexasKing of Texas
2002 (1 hour 30 minutes) Not Rated
Shakespeare’s King Lear goes Western in this drama starring Patrick Stewart, Marcia Gay Harden and Lauren Holly. The Battle of the Alamo is about to commence, and John Lear (Stewart), a power-hungry rancher, pits his three daughters against one another in a race to claim their inheritance. But his youngest, Claudia (Julie Cox), fails to take the bait, engineering Lear’s own ruin. Uli Edel directs.

The DuchessThe Duchess
2008 (1 hour 49 minutes) Rated PG-13
Keira Knightley stars as Georgiana Spencer, a young duchess who indulges in extravagant vices and begins a scandalous affair with politician Charles Grey to compensate for her unhappy marriage to the duke of Devonshire. Ralph Fiennes and Charlotte Rampling co-star.

Crazy, Stupid, LoveCrazy, Stupid, Love
2011 (2 hours 1 minutes) Rated PG-13
When Cal Weaver learns that his wife wants a divorce, he reluctantly faces the prospect of single life with the counsel of smooth young bachelor Jacob Palmer. Meanwhile, Cal’s adolescent son is in love with his 17-year-old babysitter. Starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Julianne Moore.

BabeBabe
1995 (1 hour 32 minutes) Rated G
Director Chris Noonan’s tale of precocious piglet Babe’s (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh) struggle to fit in and become a champion sheepherder won the hearts of audiences and critics. Nominated for seven Academy Awards (including Best Picture), Babe won the Visual Effects Oscar, and everything from farmer Arthur Hoggett (James Cromwell) to the multitude of farm animals to the humble, edgy script is remarkably appealing for kids and adults alike.

Agatha Christie: The Pale HorseAgatha Christie: The Pale Horse
1997 (1 hour 41 minutes) Not Rated
Ruth Madoc, Jean Marsh, Colin Buchanan and Michael Byrne star in this thriller based on novelist Agatha Christie’s work. Writer Mark Easterbrook has a vested interest in solving the murder of a priest. That’s because Mark himself is under suspicion. But to save his reputation and put the real killer behind bars, he’ll have to go through a mysterious list of names that’s suddenly turned up and may hold the key to the murderer’s identity.

The DishThe Dish
2000 (1 hour 41 minutes) Rated PG-13
A village in Australia is thrust into the spotlight when NASA employs a satellite dish to serve as a transmitter for the Apollo 11 moon mission. But when the dish gets out of range, it’s up to the Aussies to ensure that the mission is broadcast. Starring Sam Neill, Kevin Harrington and Tom Long.

Dolphin TaleDolphin Tale
2011 (1 hour 53 minutes) Rated PG
A badly maimed juvenile dolphin is given a new tail, and a new life, through the efforts of the humans who save it in this true-life adventure saga. After losing its tail to a crab trap, the dolphin is doomed until a young boy spots its plight. Starring Harry Connick Jr., Ashley Judd and Nathan Gamble.