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October 06, 2005

EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED / / Elijah Wood is a young Jew who travels to the Ukraine and enlists some eccentric locals to help him find the woman who saved his grandfather during World War II. PG-13.

THE GOSPEL / / A successful R&B singer who has abandoned his father's church returns years later to try and make things right -- and discovers the congregation has a lot more to overcome than his youthful fecklessness. PG.

IN HER SHOES / / Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette are squabbling, mismatched sisters in this comic melodrama from writer-director Curtis Hanson. Shirley MacLaine plays the grandmom who acts as a salve on all the family wounds. PG-13.

THUMBSUCKER / / A teenager's attempts to stop from sucking his thumb changes him drastically and threaten to turn his world -- and that of everyone around him -- upside down. R.

TWO FOR THE MONEY / / In a movie that Pete Rose may not appreciate, Matthew McConaughey is an injured college football player who aligns himself with a shady bookie (is there any other kind?) played by Al Pacino. R

WAITING... / / Ryan Reynolds, Anna Farris and Luis Guzman are among the cast of this broad comedy, played out by the young employees of a restaurant called Shenanigan's. R.

WALLACE AND GROMIT: THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT / / Inveterate tinkerer Wallace and his mute canine pal, Gromit, look to uncover what's been eating their town's giant vegetables. G.

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