Friday, July 11, 2014
‘O Brother, Where Art Thou’
After being sprung from a chain gang, Ulysses, Pete, and Delmar traipse across Mississippi during the Depression Era. This comical adventure through Mississippi has the three convicts running into extraordinary characters including Big Dan Teague. Follow the three escapees as they search for and try to recover the buried loot of a fantastical bank heist of years past.
Friday, July 25, 2014
‘Field of Dreams’
“If you build it, he will come” is the ghostly whisper that Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella hears. Ray is compelled to build a baseball diamond in the middle of his cornfield. While the farm is being foreclosed on, no one believes that if the diamond is build, he will come. Through this heart felt drama, Ray pushes through to follow his dreams and help those who gave up their dreams to rediscover the joy in what they left behind. Ray teaches that dreams do not have to be fantastical, but simply believed in and pursued. “Is this heaven?” “No, it’s Iowa.”
Friday, August 8, 2014
Walter, a shy and quiet boy, is suddenly dropped off at a house in the middle of nowhere for the summer. Hastily his mother introduces Walter to his uncles, Uncle Hub and Uncle Garth. Walter fears that his summer will be depressing, but his thoughts are suddenly changed when his uncles run a salesman off their property with a shot gun. Walter soon realizes that his summer will be anything but normal. It is a magical summer that shows you are never too old to be mischievous and adventurous.
Friday, August 29, 2014
Matilda Wormwood was born into an average, normal family: a dishonest car salesman of a father, a self-absorbed, Bingo playing mother, and an obnoxious older brother. However, Matilda is not your average, normal girl. With her anger and frustration toward her family escalating, Matilda learns of her extraordinary telekinetic powers. With her new found powers, Matilda enforces justice for the students undermined by Principle Truchbull, makes new friends, and finds her true potential.
Friday, September 5, 2014
’50 First Dates’
Henry Roth is the name that every girl on the Island knows. Lucy Whitmore cannot remember anything from the previous days. When Henry meets Lucy, he does not realize what is in store for him. After discovering Lucy’s condition, Henry works diligently to make Lucy fall in love with him every new day. 50 First Dates is a romantic, whimsical, and fun movie revealing that if you love someone, nothing—not even memory loss—should stand in your way.
Friday, September 19, 2014
Below the ocean we find Marlin—a tropical Clown Fish. In an unfortunate accident, Marlin becomes a single parent to Nemo. Nemo has a “lucky fin” which makes it hard for him to swim and keep up with his fellow ocean school mates. In a reckless moment, Nemo decides to defy is father and touch the “Butt.” Suddenly, Nemo is captured by a gentleman who lives at 42 Wallaby Way Sidney. Marlin sets out on a journey to rescue his son and encounters sharks, a sea turtle named Crush, jellyfish, a pelican, and of course his forgetful sidekick Dory. In this adventurous movie, we realize the importance of perseverance, family, friends, and how important it is to “just keep swimming.”