July 2002 Movies

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Like Mike PG

Bow Wow plays an orphan boy named Calvin who lives out his dream of playing in the NBA—with a little help from a magical pair of sneakers! Soon after he laces up the mysterious high-tops, Calvin's amazing basketball skills land him a spot on the Los Angeles Knights team. In addition to hitting 25-foot jumpers and throwing down rim-rattling slam dunks, the small superstar sets his sights on another dream...having a family. But first he and his pals must defeat Bittleman, the orphanage headmaster trying to sabotage Calvin's career and dash his hopes of ever being adopted.
Jonathan Lipnicki, John Schultz, Michael Elliot, Eugene Levy, Bow Wow, Brenda Song, Jordan Moffet, Morris Chestnut
Comedy Sports Kids

Men in Black II

Agent Jay (Will Smith) requires the help of Agent Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) who has returned to normal civilian life after his memory was wiped.
Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Rosario Dawson, Tony Shalhoub, Lara Flynn Boyle, Barry Sonnenfeld, Rip Torn, Robert Gordon
Action Sequel Sci-Fi
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Reign of Fire PG-13

In present-day London, 12-year-old Quinn watches as his mother, a construction engineer, inadvertently wakes an enormous fire-breathing beast from its centuries-long slumber. Twenty years later, much of the world has been scarred by the beast and its offspring. As a fire chief, Quinn (Christian Bale) is responsible for warding off the beasts and keeping a small community alive as they eke out a meager existence. Into their midst comes hotshot American Van Zan (Matthew McConaughey) who says he has a way to kill the beasts and save mankind - a way Quinn's never seen done.
Gerard Butler, Christian Bale, Matthew McConaughey, Rob Bowman, Doug Cockle, Benny Nieves
Action Fantasy Sci-Fi

The Kid Stays in the Picture R

"The Kid Stays in the Picture" traces the meteoric rise, fall, and rise again of legendary Hollywood producer Robert Evans. Adapted from Mr. Evans's tell-all autobiography, the movie takes the audience on an intimate journey into the mind of this Hollywood legend.
Nanette Burstein, Robert Evans, Brett Morgen
Documentary
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