25th Hour with Edward Norton and Philip Seymour Hoffman, directed by Spike Lee. Grim little story of a guy's last day before beginning a seven year stretch in the Otisville penitentiary. They bring in bits and pieces of the past to show how things came to this sorry pass. He spends some time with a couple of old friends from high school, or maybe even as far back as elementary school, his dad and his girlfriend. He visits his mob connections, we find out who tipped off the cops, though we don't really find out why. We can imagine any number of reasons, but we never find out. There's a bit of a fantasy at the end of not going to prison, but I suspect that never happens. Not a very happy story.
We do have Rosario Dawson, who is certainly nice to look at. She's been in several other films that I've seen (Men in Black II, Death Proof and Sin City), not that I remember her, but then I'm kind of shallow that way. It was difficult to find a full length picture of her. Lots of pictures of her face and breasts, and a few that reached to her knees, but hardly any that went all the way to her toes. I am now officially impressed with Dustbury's ability to deliver cheesecake.