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Welcome to the Liverpool Public Library Film Club where movie buffs can watch at their own pace, participate in challenges and can enjoy special programming. Participants earn tickets toward monthly and grand prize drawings.

Please pick up the Film Club booklet for all the details at the Adult Information Desk. A new booklet came out with new challenges on February 25! If you are already in the club, please stop by to pick up your new booklet!

April 24 @ 7:00 p.m.: Join Len Sharp on a journey through science fiction over the past 115 years of movie “magic”. Len will share excerpts from his extensive collection of films and discuss how accurate the science has been portrayed since the first Sci-fi movie produced by Georges Méliès in 1902 with his "Trip to the Moon" to present films such as "Armageddon", "Contact", "The Day After Tomorrow", or "Jurassic Park".

Congratulations to April's Winner: Ginny Withers!

Sarah chose a copy of Jurassic Park for her home collection and received microwave popcorn, a box of Milk Duds and reserved seating at all library-shown films during the month of February!


Reviews
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The Accountant
Review
An autistic accountant,trained as an elite fighter by his controlling father, supplements his income by helping to uncover internal embezzlement in shady companies.
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The Girl on the Train
Review
A woman who assuages her disappointment in life by drinking finds that she becomes a suspect in a murder in this mystery thriller.
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Hidden Figures
Review
Now this is the one that should of won the Oscar! It kept my attention the whole time! It told the true story of 3 incredible,talented and smart African American women. I would highly recommend this movie!
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Nothing Left to Fear
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This had an interesting concept but was so slow paced and boring. I didn't really care about any of the characters. It was just a whole boring mess.
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Moonlight
Review
I really wanted to like this one but it was just so dull. The parts where the character was a teen and child was most interesting.
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Resident Evil: Retribution
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This was a letdown. I enjoyed the other Resident Evil and was excited when I saw some of the characters who had died in the other movies would have a part in this. I didn't like the direction they went with this. It was confusing and not as fun as the others in the series.
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Nocturnal Animals
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This film, based on the bestselling book "Tony and Susan," contains an intricate story within a story. A woman reads her ex-husband's novel which is a metaphor for their lives together in this thought-provoking film. Warning: you might want to fast-forward over the first five or ten minutes!
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Jackie
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I did not care for this film, not sure if it's because I didn't like Jackie's affected voice or her general personality (in the movie and in real life). It was interesting that the movie did make her seem more human and less like an icon, however.
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Rise of the Gargoyles
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This was one of those awful horror movies. It was set in France so there was lots of horrible fake French accents. The gargoyle was pretty cool looking, so it had that going for it. Eric Balfour was the male lead and I always liked him. The acting wasn't too horrible and they did the best with the plot they were given.
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The Man in the Iron Mask
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Alas, even the handsomeness of Leonardo DeCaprio could not save this movie from being dreadfully boring. I enjoy a good historical film but this one was not enjoyable at all.