Soundtracks Released July 24, 2012

Killer Joe

Matthew McConaughey, Emile Hirsch, Gina Gershon, Thomas Haden Church

When 22-year-old drug dealer Chris (Emile Hirsch) has his stash stolen by his mother, he has to come up with six thousand dollars quick or he's dead… more

When 22-year-old drug dealer Chris (Emile Hirsch) has his stash stolen by his mother, he has to come up with six thousand dollars quick or he's dead. Desperate, he turns to "Killer Joe" (Matthew McConaughey) when he finds out that his mother's life insurance policy is worth $50,000. Although Joe usually demands cash up front, he finds himself willing to bend the rules in exchange for Chris' attractive younger sister, Dottie (Juno Temple), who will serve as sexual collateral until the money comes in... if it ever does.

Dark Comedy

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3 / 5

Ruby Sparks

Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan, Annette Bening, Deborah Ann Woll

A young novelist achieves success early in his career, but then struggles. In a bid to overcome his writer's block, he writes about a woman he thinks… more

A young novelist achieves success early in his career, but then struggles. In a bid to overcome his writer's block, he writes about a woman he thinks will love him, and wills her into existence.

Romance

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4 / 5

Searching for Sugar Man

In 1968, two producers went to a downtown Detroit bar to see an unknown recording artist – a charismatic Mexican-American singer/songwriter named Rodr… more

In 1968, two producers went to a downtown Detroit bar to see an unknown recording artist – a charismatic Mexican-American singer/songwriter named Rodriguez who had attracted a local following with his mysterious presence, soulful melodies and prophetic lyrics. They were immediately bewitched by the singer, and thought they had found a musical folk hero in the purest sense – an artist who reminded them of a Chicano Bob Dylan, perhaps even greater. They had worked with the likes of Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, but they believed the album they subsequently produced with Rodriguez – Cold Fact – was the masterpiece of their producing careers.

Documentary

85 mins

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5 / 5