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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.

1996 (1 hour 44 minutes) Rated PG-13
Divorced novelist John needs to figure out the reason his relationships with women keep failing. To learn, he goes to the source: his mother. But she’s not exactly thrilled when he moves in with her. Starring Albert Brooks and Debbie Reynolds.

1985 (1 hour 52 minutes) Rated R
Detective John Book goes undercover in an Amish community to protect a boy who witnessed a murder. Once inside, Block must adjust to major culture shock while cautiously romancing the boy’s mother. Starring Harrison Ford, Kelly McGillis and Josef Sommer.

2013 (1 hour 30 minutes) Not Rated
When down-and-out cop and former Marine Tod Shaw learns the president will be coming through his town — and that three killers are posing as Secret Service Agents as part of an assassination plan — he must overcome his demons and try to stop them. Starring Ray Liotta, Erin Karpluk and Michael Paré.

2002 (1 hour 58 minutes) Rated PG-13
Set against the high-energy world of show-style marching bands, Drumline is a fish-out-of-water dramedy about a talented Harlem street drummer who enrolls in a Southern university expecting to lead its marching band’s drumline to victory. Starring Nick Cannon, Orlando Jones and Zoe Saldana.

Apollo 13Apollo 13
1995 (2 hours 20 minutes) Rated PG
Technical troubles scuttle the Apollo 13 lunar mission in 1971, risking the lives of astronaut Jim Lovell and his crew in director Ron Howard’s chronicle of this true-life story, which turns a failed journey into a thrilling saga of heroism. Starring Tom Hanks, Bill Paxton, Kevin Bacon and Gary Sinise.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
1988 (1 hour 50 minutes) Rated PG
Small-time con man Freddy butts heads with Lawrence, a successful European swindler working the Riviera. Hoping to get rid of one another, they make a loser-leaves bet to scam the fortunes of a wealthy heiress. Starring Steve Martin, Michael Caine and Glenne Headly.

Almost PeacefulAlmost Peaceful
2004 (1 hour 34 minutes) UnRated
A group of Jews living in Paris try to start their lives over after World War II. Married couple Albert (Simon Abkarian) and Lea (Zabou Breitman) reopen their tailoring business, Charles (Denis Podalydes) copes with the loss of his family to the death camps and Maurice (Stanislas Merhar) has lost his ability to love. Soon, they all realize that in order to move on, they’ll have to put their traumatic pasts behind them.

2002 (1 hour 42 minutes) Rated PG-13
Director Tim Story’s ensemble comedy depicts a day in the life of a barbershop on Chicago’s south side. A $50,000 reward offer for information about a recent heist sends the shop, which is already a hub of speculation and rumor, into a frenzy. Starring Ice Cube and Anthony Anderson.

Age Old FriendsAge Old Friends
1989 (1 hour 35 minutes) Not Rated
Hume Cronyn and Vincent Gardenia earned Emmys for their superb performances in this made-for-cable feature about growing old with dignity. The story centers on feisty John Cooper (Cronyn), who must decide whether to move in with his daughter or remain in a retirement home to help his progressively senile best friend (Gardenia). Esther Rolle and Tandy Cronyn also star.

The Bank JobThe Bank Job
2008 (1 hour 50 minutes) Rated R
A thief gets in over his head when he breaks into a bank vault full of cash, gems… and secrets on everyone from the London mob to the royal family. But the crime itself is just the beginning in this pulse-pounding thriller based on actual events. Starring Jason Statham, Saffron Burrows and Stephen Campbell Moore.