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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.

Bank ShotBank Shot
1974 (1 hour 24 minutes) Rated PG
Fresh from his recent jailbreak, criminal mastermind Walter Ballantine (George C.Scott) is already plotting his next bank heist. And this time he’s thinking big-he’s not just taking the loot; he’s stealing the whole bank! Starring George C. Scott, Joanna Cassidy and Sorrell Booke.

Changing LanesChanging Lanes
2002 (1 hour 38 minutes) Rated R
The lives of an egocentric attorney and a recovering alcoholic dangerously collide when their cars crash on an expressway. After the accident, the lawyer finds he’s left behind a file with the other driver, sparking a vengeful game of one-upmanship. Starring Ben Affleck, Samuel L. Jackson and Toni Collette.

The Open RoadThe Open Road
2009 (1 hour 30 minutes) Rated PG-13
With his mother facing surgery, Carlton and his friend Lucy travel to Ohio to round up his estranged father, Kyle, a baseball legend. Michael Meredith’s comedy-drama follows the unlikely trio on an emotionally awkward road trip back to Texas. Starring Justin Timberlake, Jeff Bridges and Kate Mara.

Notting HillNotting Hill
1999 (2 hour 4 minutes) Rated PG-13
A chance encounter brings together reserved bookstore owner William Thacker (Hugh Grant) and Hollywood icon Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), who forge an improbable romance until Anna’s megastardom begins whittling away at their relationship. Can their love overcome all the pretense — and the flash of the paparazzi? Rhys Ifans co-stars in a scene -stealing turn as Spike, William’s dim-bulb, bedraggled flatmate.

The Great Buck HowardThe Great Buck Howard
2008 (1 hour 27 minutes) Rated PG
In this offbeat comedy, a law student quits school against his dad’s wishes to be the apprentice of cantankerous illusionist the Great Buck Howard. Starring Colin Hanks, John Malkovich and Emily Blunt.

The Trip to BountifulThe Trip to Bountiful
2014 (1 hour 30 minutes) Rated PG
Unhappily living with her son and snobby daughter-in-law, elderly Carrie Watts longs to reconnect with her past by visiting the place she grew up. Undeterred by her son’s opposition, Carrie boards a bus and sets off for her hometown on her own. Starring Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams and Blair Underwood.

Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice?Whatever Happened to Aunt Alice?
1969 (1 hour 36 mins) Rated PG
When the feisty Alice Dimmock (Ruth Gordon) takes a job working for the widowed Claire Marrable (Oscar winner Geraldine Page), she can’t help but be suspicious. After all, she’s next in a long line of housekeepers who have mysteriously “disappeared.” Concerned for her safety, Alice’s nephew urges her to quit…but his aunt is determined to stay. Robert Aldrich (What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?) produces.

The LongshotsThe Longshots
2008 (1 hour 35 minutes) Rated PG
When plucky 11-year-old Jasmine Plummer becomes the Pop Warner League’s first female quarterback, she raises eyebrows in her small Illinois town — until she takes her team to the brink of gridiron glory. Starring Ice Cube, Keke Palmer and Tasha Smith.