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YESTERDAY (2004, STH AFRICA)MadmanYesterday discovers that she is HIV positive, and has to deal with a husband in denial, and raising her child. 90  DVD 
YESTERDAY'S ENEMY (1959(Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarVal Guest (The Day the Earth Caught Fire, Stop Me Before I Kill!) directs this black and white scope film about a band of British soldiers in an enemy-held village. Cut off by the Japanese advance into Burma, Captain Langford (Stanley Baker, Zulu) and his men seek refuge and attempt to gain information about an upcoming Japanese attack. When his interrogation fails to produce results, Langford horrifies war correspondent Max Anderson (Leo McKern, A Man for All Seasons) and a missionary (Guy Rolfe, Mr. Sardonicus) by ordering two innocent villagers to be killed in an attempt to persuade an informer to talk. But Langford's harsh methods come back to haunt him when, after the Japanese retake the village, they too resort to senseless murders in their effort to get his cooperation. BLACK & WHITE. PG 95  16mm DVD 
YOJIMBO (1961, JAPAN)MadmanLegendary Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune returns for his 9th collaboration, with master director Akira Kurosawa in Yojimbo, a film that has inspired countless filmmakers. The plot of this film was literally stolen by the great 'Spaghetti Western' director Sergio Leone and remade as the classic "A Fistful of Dollars' in 1964. Yojimbo is the story of a samurai who wanders into a town in turmoil. Pitting the town's two warring clans against each other, the mysterious samurai plays a profitable, yet dangerous game. Yojimbo is laced with expert swordplay, black humour and a wonderfully atmospheric score from Masaru Sato. Toshiro Mifune gives a towering performance as the samurai who is equally as deadly with his wits as with his blade. PG 106  DVD 
YOU BELONG TO ME (1941)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarShortly after their star-pairing in Preston Sturges' The Lady Eve, Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda were re-teamed in this lesser-known screwball comedy about a hardworking, intelligent, modern woman and a handsome but slightly old-fashioned playboy. On a ski trip, rich, idle Peter Kirk (Fonda) pursues and falls (literally) for Helen Hunt, M.D. After a courtship of hypochondria, she agrees to marry him on the condition that she will continue to practice medicine. Will the very jealous Peter be able to reconcile himself to his wife seeing male patients? Laughs and sophistication abound from Claude Binyon and Wesley Ruggles, the writer/director team behind Too Many Husbands.  PG 94  16mm  
YOU CAN'T RUN AWAY FROM ITSony/ Columbia/ TriStarAlthough Ellie Andrews (June Allyson) is in love with the treasure-hunting Ballarino, her father, Texas cattleman A.A. Andrews (Charles Bickford), will stop at nothing - including kidnapping -- to see that the wedding never takes place. Escaping her father's grasp, Ellie takes to the road where her flight to avoid a nationwide manhunt attracts the attention of Peter Warne (Jack Lemmon), a newspaper reporter who recognizes that he's stumbled into the story of the year. Despite the oil-and-water chemistry between them, Peter and Ellie fall in love. And after seeing that it's the reporter who she really wants, Andrews encourages Ellie to abandon her plans to marry Ballarino and run away with Peter instead. 96  16mm  
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU (1938)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarAcademy Award® winner James Stewart (1940 Best Actor, The Philadelphia Story and 1985 Honorary Oscar®), Jean Arthur, Academy Award® winner Lionel Barrymore (1931 Best Actor, A Free Soul) and Edward Arnold star in this classic screwball comedy. Based on the phenomenally successful Kaufman-Hart play, You Can't Take It With You was directed by Frank Capra and won two Academy Awards® (1938 Best Picture, Best Director) and garnered five more nominations. It was Capra's third Oscar® for directing. Arthur stars as Alice Sycamore, the stable family member of an offbeat clan of free spirits who falls for Stewart, the down-to-earth son of a snooty, wealthy family. Amidst a backdrop of confusion, the two very different families rediscover the simple joys of life. 126  16mm  
YOU CAN'T WIN 'EM ALL (1970)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarSet in the Greco-Turkish War in 1922 starring Tony Curtis and Charles Bronson. PG 97  16mm  
YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE ZOHANSony/ Columbia/ TriStarAdam Sandler stars as Zohan, an Israeli commando who fakes his own death in order to pursue his dream: becoming a hairstylist in New York. 113 35mm VHS DVD 
YOU GOT SERVED (2004)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarAt Mr. Rad's Warehouse, the best hip-hop crews in Los Angeles compete for money and respect. But when a suburban crew crashes the party, stealing their dancers-and their moves-two warring friends have to pull together to represent the street. Combining a sexy story and the best dance moves to hit the screen, YOU GOT SERVED is a fast-moving urban drama with a hip-hop heart of steel. Starring Marques Houston of IMX, Omari of B2K, Lil' Kim and comedian Steve Harvey.

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Christopher B. Stokes
Marcus Morton, Billy Pollina, Cassius Vernon Weathersby
Steve Harvey, Meagan Good, Omarion, J Boog, Raz B, Lil Fizz, Marques Houston, Omarion Grandberry 
PG 91  DVD 
YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE (1977Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarOne of several off-beat ‘60s English comedies directed by the irrepressible Michael Winner (Death Wish), this cult favorite finds five soldiers—including one Yank played by Michael Callan (Cat Ballou)—sent on a 48-hour scavenger hunt by a military psychiatrist (the legendary Terry-Thomas) who is himself in need of a spot of analysis. The object: to determine which one is the quickest thinker in unpredictable circumstances. An enormous collection of Britain's finest farceurs, including Lionel Jeffries, Denholm Elliott, Bernard Cribbins, Wilfred Hyde-White, James Robertson Justice, James Villiers, Graham Stark, Arthur Lowe and Peter Bull, plus a lively score by Laurie Johnson (TV's "The Avengers"), make this an irresistible treat. Newly remastered. PG 90  16mm DVD 

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