Monthly film screening followed by discussion led by Mary Krauze. Share your thoughts on themes, characters, plot, etc. Light refreshments will be served.
Beasts of the Southern Wild (2012) Faced with both her hot-tempered father's fading health and the flooding of her ramshackled bayou community which unleash ancient aurochs, six-year old Hushpuppy must learn the ways of courage and love. Rated PG-13; 93 min.
Starring Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie and Brian Geraghty. Forced to play a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse in the chaos of war, an elite Army bomb squad unit must come together in a city where everyone is a potential enemy and every object could be a deadly bomb. Rated R; 131 min. (2008)
Starring Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Jared Gilman. Set on an island off the coast of New England in the 1960s, a young boy and girl fall i love and run away together. Various factions of the town mobilize to search for them and the town is turned upside down - which might not be such a bad thing. Rated PG-13; 94 min. (2012)
Starring Emily Rossum and Gerard Butler. A disfigured musical genius, hidden away int he Paris Opera House, terrorizes the opera company for the unwitting benefit of a young protegee whom he trains and loves. Rated PG-13; 143 min. (2004)
Starring Matthew McConaughey, Tye Sheridan and Jacob Lofland. Two brothers encounter a fugitive and form a pact to help him evade the bounty hunters on his trail and reunite him with his true love. Rated PG-13; 130 min. (2013)
Starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz. A small-time magician is swept away to an enchanted land and is forced into a power struggle between three witches. Rated PG; 130 min. (2013)
Family Read Time - read the award-winning book "The Invention of Hugo Cabret" by Brian Selznick. This program is for children in Grades 3-5 with an adult. Read the book together at home and come to the Library on Weds. evening Nov. 6 at 6:45 for a discussion about the story and its characters. Return on Friday, Nov. 8 at 6:00pm to watch the movie and have some pizza. Is it true that the book is always better than the movie?