DONNIE DARKO: THE DIRECTOR'S CUT - October 1988 and small town USA is about to witness the end of the world. Troubled, brilliant teenager Donnie Darko is plagued by terrifying visions and must unravel the strange occurrences infecting his school, his home and his life before a horrifying spectre known only as "Frank" can pull him over the edge of his sanity.
Now, with the Director's Cut, the full extent of Richard Kelly's fevered imagination is unleashed - this genre-blending phenomenon is about to get darker. Combining never before seen footage, spectacular visual effects and a fully enhanced audio track, prepare to experience "Donnie Darko" as never before.
MOONLIGHT MILE - Academy Award winners Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon and Holly Hunter star with Jake Gyllenhaal (Donnie Darko) in MOONLIGHT MILE - an emotional tale of disarming honesty and unexpected humour, written and directed by Brad Silberling (City Of Angels). When Joe Nast's (Gyllenhaal) marriage plans change due to an unexpected loss, he wants to be the man he believes everyone wants him to be - dutifully bereaved husband-to-be and the perfect would-be son-in-law to Ben (Hoffman) and JoJo (Sarandon). But when another women unexpectedly enters his life, he's torn between fulfilling his new role and following his heart.
THE GOOD GIRL - "Jennifer Aniston's performance is a revelation" (Company) in this critically acclaimed comedy about chance encounters and second chances.
Justine Last (Aniston) is a genuine, down-to-earth good girl whose humdrum existence revolves around her clueless husband (John C.Reilly), his brainless buddy (Tim Blake Nelson) and her pointless job at the Retail Rodeo. But a passionate young co-worker named Holden (Jake Gyllenhaal) seems determined to fill Justine's life with all that she's been missing: love, laughter and larceny!
PROOF - Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play and directed by Academy Award nominee John Madden (Best Director, Shakespeare In Love, 1998), PROOF stars Oscar winners Anthony Hopkins (Best Actor, The Silence Of The Lambs, 1991) and Gwyneth Paltrow (Best Actress, Shakespeare In Love, 1998) in a powerful story of a young women haunted by her father's past and the shadow of her own future. Catherine (Paltrow) has devoted years to caring for her brilliant but unstable father Robert (Hopkins), a mathematical genius. But when his genius slips away, he leaves behind a mystery. While coming to terms with the possibility that she has inherited his genius - and insanity - Catherine must also deal with the arrival of her estranged sister (Hope Davis - About Schmidt) and the attentions of Robert's former student (Jake Gyllenhaal - The Day After Tomorrow).