A Day at the Movies

imagesOn this Veterans Day it might be a good idea to watch a movie that is a reminder of the their service. Some ideas: Saving Private Ryan, The Best Years of Our Lives, The Deer Hunter and The Messenger, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Just do a little looking around online and you can find numerous lists – and chances are the library has a copy of the movie you’re looking for.

MOVIE REVIEW: Last night I showed Only Lovers Left Alive, Akron native Jim Jarmusch’s latest film that’s about, well, vampires, nominally. It had a lot of funny lines, with references to science, literature, art and music that the vampires, Adam and Eve, were witness to throughout their lengthy lifetimes. Set in Detroit and Tangier, it spent a lot of time showing Detroit’s emptiness and Tangier’s beauty and at more than 2 hours, it was a bit long. But I really love Tilda Swinton (as I’ve previously mentioned), who stars as Eve,  and I could watch her for hours…

DVD Releases 11-4/11-11

Maleficent – DVD & Blu-Ray
A Million Ways to Die in the West – DVD & Blu-Ray
Planes – Fire & Rescue – DVD & Blu-Ray
Hercules – DVD & Blu-Ray
A Most Wanted Man – DVD & Blu-Ray
Step Up All In – DVD & Blu-Ray
Hot in Cleveland, Series 5 – DVD
The Newsroom, the Complete Second Season – DVD
White Collar, Season 5 – DVD
How to Train Your Dragon 2 – DVD & Blu-Ray
Let’s Be Cops – DVD & Blu-Ray
Jersey Boys – DVD & Blu-Ray
Tammy – DVD & Blu-Ray
Art 21: Art in the 21st Century, Season 7 – DVD
True Blood, Complete Season 7 – DVD
Monty Python Live (Mostly) One Down and Five to Go – Blu-Ray
Happy Watching!

~ Dori

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