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Movies – Oct 2005

October, 2005
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Possibly the most endearing flick of the season, Hinokio sets emotions rolling right from the trailer. A spin on old Pinocchio, the story revolves around a teen reluctant to face the world until an advanced toy provides an interface, allowing even young love to blossom. This of course begs the question: who’s responsible for the change, human or machine? Note to DVD fiends: could be out by the time you read this.

Director: Takahiko Akiyama
Starring: Masatoshi Nakamura, Kanata Hongo, Maki Horikita
Rating: PG


Chicken Little

Slated to be Disney’s big fall release, the movie has one scaremongering chicken warning the world of impending doom when the sky begins falling, pun apparently intended, over pristine settlement Oakey Oaks. Chicken Little and friends like Abby Mallard then attempt to save the day and all recently opened amusement parks.

Director: Mark Dindall
Starring: Zach Braff, Joan Cusack, Don Knotts
Rating: still unrated, probably G


Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

A seasonal change can’t come to pass without Harry making a cameo, and here it is. For the present outing an entire tournament has been devised for Harry to prove himself in, competing against young wizards from other magical schools. Chosen by the Goblet, Harry needs to also defeat the nefarious Dark Lord whilst making certain box office returns justify additional sequels.

Director: Mike Newell
Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Ralph Fiennes, Gary Oldman, Emma Watson
Rating: PG-13


Kids in America

Sometimes the kids need to stand up for themselves and protect their rights in the face of uncaring systems, something the film at hand strives to provide examples for with its semi-realistic but comedic stylization. You get strong teenage characters, good conflict and the obligatorily sympathetic cool teacher. Strike one for juvenile empowerment!

Director: Josh Stolberg
Starring: Gregory Smith, Chris Morris, Stephanie Sherrin
Rating: PG-13

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