for Dec 4 DVDs
  • ARMORED

    A serious heist caper starring Laurence Fishburne and Matt Dillon
  • BROTHERS

    Toby McGuire and Jake Gyllenhaal in a returned-from-Iraq family drama
  • EVERYBODY’S FINE

    Robert DeNiro in a story of a father trying to reconnect with his adult children.
  • 1. TERMINATOR SALVATION:

    Christian Bale is John Connor this time, all grown up and living in the future world from which the Terminators come.  It’s 2018, Connor is one of a handful of survivors of the nuclear war with the Machines … and somehow, he is trying to protect the man who will become his father, Kyle Reese.  It really helps to watch the first Terminator movie to understand all this.  Good special effects, but dark and bleak.  And Arnold has a cameo – sort of. Rated 14A.

  • 2. NIGHT IN THE MUSEUM: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN:

    I liked the original, but have to say that this sequel is twice the movie!  Amy Adams is fabulous as Amelia Earhart and Ben Stiller’s character, more confident now that he’s rich and no longer a night watchman, once again does battle with Egyptian King Kamunrah, based on Boris Karloff’s Imhotep.  Great fun! Gets help from Owen Wilson’s little band of cowboys, and just has a generally good time. Rated PG.

  • 3. FIVE MINUTES OF HEAVEN:

    Liam Neeson is excellent in this revenge story of a man whose brother is killed, and who has a chance to meet the murderer on a nationally televised program … it’s all about forgiveness, but he has another agenda. Rated  14A.

  • 4. NIGHT IN THE MUSEUM: BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN:

    The first movie ever shot on location in the Smithsonian, this one drags a little in places, but it’s great fun!

THE TERMINATOR (1984): 
Who knew that 25 years later this film would still be cranking out sequels.  It’s a perfect companion piece to the new one.
  • THE ROAD  

    Interesting but bleak post-apocalyptic tale staring Viggo Mortenson – written by Cormac McCarthy (No Country for Old Men)
  • NINJA ASSASSIN

    A martial arts extravaganza with a no-name Asian cast
  • OLD DOGS

    Relatively lame Robin Williams/John Travolta family film
  • FANTASTIC MR. FOX

    Odd looking stop-motion animation will puzzle some older kids.
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