2000 Film Releases


Release Date


The Hollow Man August 4  Columbia Pictures


Stars Michelle Rodriguiz, Jaime Tirelli, Santiago Douglas, Ray Santiago, Elisa Bocanegra, Paul Calderon. A drama about femininity for the new century- a young woman who takes up boxing as a means to reconcile her past and embrace life on her own terms.

September 29  Columbia Pictures

Godzilla 2000

Stars Takehiro Murata, Hiroshi Abe, Naomi Nishida, Shiro Sano. He's Back! The 180 foot-high Godzilla is pitted against an alien lifeform aroused from its 6,000 year sleep. Two hundred meters wide and shaped like a rock, the alien flies around the Japanese archipelago and attacks Godzilla, who has just destroyed the entire city of Nemuro, Japan.

August 11 Tri-Star Pictures
 "The Sixth Day" is the story of Adam Gibson (Arnold Scwarzenegger) who comes home from work one day to find a clone has replaced him. He must escape from a sinister world of greed and corrption to reclaim his life and family.  Fall Columbia Pictures/Phoenix Pictures
 "Urban Legends: Final Cut" with Amy (Jennifer Morrison), Travis (Matthew Davis) and Graham (Joseph Lawrence) who are student filmmakers wanting to make it big in Hollywood. But they first have to survive their last semester at Alpine University, where their thesis films will vie for the prestigious, career-making Hitchcock Award. But this contest is where competition is the killer- and someone's killing the competition.  September 22  Columbia Pictures
"All the Pretty Horses" bring Cormac McCarthy's popular, best-selling novel to the screen. Director and Oscar winner Billy Bob Thorton and Academy Award-winning producer Mike Nichols tell the story of a resilient, dispossessed Texas teenager John Grady Cole (Oscar winner Matt Damon) who sets off on horseback for Mexico and comes of age.  4th Quarter  Columbia Pictures
 Charlie's Angels  November 3  Columbia Pictures
"Finding Forrester" traces the unique relationshop that develops between an eccentric, reclusive novelist (Sean Connery, left) and the young, amazingly gifted scholar-athlete (Robert Brown) who becomes his protoge. Photo by Goerge Kraychyk.  December  Columbia Pictures
 "Verticle Limit" is the story about braving the elements on the feared K2 in the treacherous "dead zone" above 26,000 feet. Young climber Peter Garrett (Cjris O'Donnell) and French Canadian medic Monique (Izabella Scorupco) struggle to pull his sister and members of her summit team to safety. Photo by Ken George.  December 8  Columbia Pictures
 "The Tailor of Panama" John Noorman (Academy Award nominee for "Deliverance" and "Hope and Glory") and John Le Carre, the acknoqledged master of the spy novel, team for a new breed of contemporary spy thriller based on le Carre's hit 1996 book. Stars Pierce Brosnan, Jamie Lee Curtis and others.  December  Columbia Pictures

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