Tag Archives: movies

Tech Class with Chris ~ Hoopla, Overdrive & the new, Axis360

Have a device but don't have a clue how to get started streaming movies, listening to music or audiobooks, or reading eBooks? Well, you're in luck! Join our fabulous tech helper, Chris, and she'll show you how to use our library database apps, Hoopla, Axis 360 and Overdrive. Bring your charged device, your library card, your passwords (for iTunes, Amazon, etc.) and your enthusiasm! We'll provide the rest!

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Summer Movie for Adults

Based on an adaptation of the book, Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13, Ron Howard's Apollo 13 dramatizes the aborted 1970 Apollo 13 lunar mission, starring Tom Hanks, Ed Harris, Kevin Bacon, Gary Sinise and Bill Paxton.

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Cinema Sundays! Sommersby

Jack Sommersby returns home from fighting in the Civil War but something's not right. Jack's wife and neighbors knew him to be an unpleasant man but he returns a kinder, gentler man. Is this Jack an imposter? Even his wife is unsure...

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The Last Picture Show

A coming of age film set in rural Texas in the early 1950s, The Last Picture Show was nominated for 8 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, with 2 wins for Leachman and Johnson in supporting roles. Based on Larry McMurtry's semi-autobiographical 1966 novel, The Last Picture Show stars Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges, Cloris Leachman (Best Supporting Actress), Eileen Brennan, Clu Gulager, Ellen Burstyn, John Hillerman & Ben Johnson (Best Supporting Actor). The film also featured the debut appearances of Cybill Shepherd and Randy Quaid.

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Paths of Glory – Cinema Sundays!

Stanley Kubrick’s 1957 Paths of Glory, based on the 1935 novel by Humphrey Cobb, is a retelling of an event experienced by 4 French soldiers court-martialed and executed for mutiny as an example to the rest of the French troops during ...

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Bram Stoker Award Horror Fest

The Sixth Sense Written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, The Sixth Sense was the 1999 winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Best Screenplay.  It stars Bruce Willis as a disheartened child psychologist trying to help a young boy(Haley Joel ...

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