Summer jazz, falling angels, hanging shadows, and more

By mattdentler | Matt Dentler's Blog July 3, 2009 at 3:20AM

Summer jazz, falling angels, hanging shadows, and more
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If you're not interested in watching what the theaters have to offer this weekend, or you're maxed-out on your home video options and tired of the endless Michael Jackson coverage, here are some Cinetic films to rent or buy online:


Bob Odenkirk's comedy Melvin Goes To Dinner, which is truly one of the most beloved fest hits in the last 10 years. And yes, that is the woman from those Progressive Insurance TV commercials.

Margaret Brown's award-winning documentary The Order of Myths.

Seen Food Inc.? (You should) Now, get more food facts from the documentary The Future of Food.

Alan Kirschen's acclaimed drama, Mona, which comes to you directly from a successful festival run.

The documentary Home is worth catching, and it's a sweet and contemplative look at the experience of modern day immigrants coming to Manhattan.

Get to know more about Italian horror films, from this comprehensive documentary Hanging Shadows.

A family bonds during the hysteria of the Cold War, in the great drama Falling Angels (starring Miranda Richardson).

Marlo Poras' crowd-pleasing documentary, Run Granny Run, is a humorous and powerful look at elections today.

Sit back and get in the summer mood with the landmark concert film, Jazz On A Summer's Day, featuring performances from Thelonious Monk and Anita O'Day.

Have a great weekend!