~ Bones ~

Release Date: October 24th, 2001
Genre: Suspense/Horror and Action/Adventure Rating: R for violence, gore, language, sexuality and drugs.
Starring: Snoop Dogg, Pam Grier, Sean Amsing, Ricky Harris, Merwin Mondesir Directed by: Ernest R. Dickerson Produced by: Lloyd Segan, Peter Heller, Rupert Harvey Written by: Tim Metcalfe, Adam Simon Distributor: New Line Cinema

Synopsis: In the 1970s, Jimmy Bones (Snoop Dogg) is a legendary protector and patron of his thriving neighborhood. Cool, handsome and respected Bones is the benevolent caretaker of his people until he is betrayed by those closest to him. Flash forward 20 years - Crime and drugs have crumbled the neighborhood and Bones has become a charismatic emblem of better times. But his spirit is about to make a comeback.

~ The Last Castle ~

Release Date: October 19, 2001
Genre: Drama, Action/Adventure and Thriller Rating: R for language and violence.
Starring: Robert Redford, James Gandolfini, Mark Ruffalo, Clifton Collins Jr., Delroy Lindo Directed by: Rod Lurie Produced by: Robert Lawrence Written by: David Scarpa, Graham Yost Distributor: DreamWorks SKG

Synopsis: The Castle - the unlikely last stop in the brilliant career of three-star General Irwin (Robert Redford). Court-martialed and stripped of his rank, Irwin has been sentenced to the maximum security military prison, which is run with an iron fist by its warden, Colonel Winter (James Gandolfini). Winter can't help but respect the once-legendary general, but it isn't long before that respect turns to resentment and then open hostility as Irwin continually confronts the warden on his methods. Setting out to break Irwin by whatever means necessary, the colonel's tactics only fuel Irwin's defiance and cause the other prisoners to rally behind the general in his new mission: to seize control of the prison and remove Winter from his command. The men imprisoned in The Castle have been told that they are no longer soldiers...but they are about to prove that they can still fight a war.

~ From Hell ~

Release Date: October 19, 2001
Genre: Suspense/Horror and Thriller
Starring: Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Ian Holm, Robbie Coltrane, Susan Lynch Directed by: Albert Hughes, Allen Hughes Produced by: Don Murphy, Jane Hamsher, Kevin Messick Written by: Terry Hayes, Rafael Yglesias Distributor: Twentieth Century Fox

Synopsis: 2 hrs. 17 min. Based upon the legendary serial killer "Jack The Ripper", inspector Frederick Abberline (Johnny Depp) investigates the mysterious murders of prostitutes within the Whitechapel district of London. Also an adaption of the graphic novel of the same name by Alan Moore. MPAA Rating: R for strong violence/gore, sexuality, language and drug content.

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