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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 February's Winner: Mary Serrao

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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La La Land
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Beautiful!
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Zootopia
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Fantastic art and fantastic message!
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La La Land
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I really enjoyed this. The songs and dancing were great. The scenery and costumes were beautiful. The cinematography was amazing. I love Ryan Gosling!
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Manchester by the Sea
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Moving portrait of a man whose life is changed irrevocably after a tragic event. Great acting by Casey Affleck.
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War Dogs
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Two young men discover that they can make millions by selling arms to the United States during the Iraq War. What happens to their supposed friendship along the way adds depth to this "inspired by real events" film.
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Captain Fantastic
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This drama about an unconventional father who is bringing up his six children in the Northwest wilderness questions whether raising children to be totally self-reliant but in relative isolation is the best method of parenting.
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Britney Ever After
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Lifetime really likes doing biopics. For this one they could not get permission to use any of Britney's amazing songs. You would think that would make them not do the movie but no they went ahead anyways. The acting was horrible. They had fake Britney songs and whoever sung them could not sing at all. Poor Britney, I don't blame her for not wanting any part in this movie.
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Pan
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Man I remember being so excited when I saw the trailer for this and then was sad when I never had a chance to see it in theaters. Well I'm glad I didn't because it was so BORING. There were a few things I liked Hugh Jackman as the villain of the story, the actor who portrayed Smee and the crocodile. That's it. The movie was a long, boring mess. Would not recommend.
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Asylum
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This was an odd movie. A man visits an insane Asylum and has to figure out which of the patients is actually a former doctor who has gone insane. If he guesses correctly he gets a job there. For being about an insane asylum it wasn't that interesting. It had some good parts but overall I found it dull.
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Masterminds
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Not a great film - but pretty funny and entertaining!