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Summer Movie Calendar 2005


May/June | July | August

Broken Flowers
August 5
Jim Jarmusch and Bill Murray reteam, after their lovely vignette in Coffee and Cigarettes.

Grizzly Man
August 5
The last of the summer’s three Werner Herzog docs. Hooray for Herzogapalooza!

The Dukes of Hazzard
August 5
How high will Jessica Simpson’s Daisy Dukes go?

August 5
A subtle, artful film that introduces a southern guy (Alessandro Nivola) who moves to a city, then travels back home with his gallery-owner wife.

The Pink Panther
August 5
Steve Martin is probably the only contemporary comedian who could make you set aside your memories of Peter Sellers.

Shaw brothers’ kung-fu films
August 521
BAMcinématek screens nine of the Shaw Brothers Studios’ high-kicking martial-arts classics.

August 5
An achingly beautiful meditation on love and loss. (See also: Hong Kong Heartthrob Tony Leung)

Four Brothers
August 12
John Singleton conjures the month’s most improbable cast: Mark Wahlberg and OutKast’s André Benjamin, as brothers.

August 19
Ian McKellen, marvelously sinister as a ward’s master puppeteer.

The 40 Year Old Virgin
August 19
Daily Show and The Office star Steve Carrell continues witty, ironic silliness as the title character.

Red Eye
August 19
Wes Craven plucks all our terrorism fears with an airline thriller.

Romance & Cigarettes
August 19
A musical that may be the most outlandish indie of the season. (See also: James Gandolfini: The Fat Man Sings)

Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
August 19
Nobody does bloody retribution better than Korea’s Park Chanwook.

August 19
The talking-pigeon ’toon.


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