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Cellular -- Don't answer that phone! This one's kind of like Phone Booth in reverse, as a wrong number turns out to create a race against time to save whoever it is on the other end of that cell phone (Kim Basinger). Starring Chris Evans and William H. Macy. Rated: PG-13





Bush Family Fortunes -- Greg Palast was one of the first journalists to uncover the vast system of secret alliances between the Bush family and the House of Saud. In Bush Family Fortunes, Palast offers excerpts from some of his most incisive interviews/reportage for the BBC (most of which was never aired in the States), along with a soundtrack by Moby and moments of both hilarity and outrage. Not Rated. Showing at the Met Sept. 11-14 at 3, 5:30 and 8 pm.





Resident Evil: Apocalypse -- You can see the inevitable franchise merger from miles away: "Resident Raider: Lara vs. Alice." Still, you can't get a good series going without a sequel, and here the video game Resident Evil picks up where the first movie left off. One of only two biochemical warfare survivors left in the world, Alice (Milla Jovovich) battles both viruses and the zombies they create. Rated: R





Publication date: 09/09/04

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