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  • Spotlight:  

    This Oscar-nominated film gets its name from a department in a Boston newspaper that puts its focus on various wrongs that need to be righted.  It’s a group of investigative reporters who ferret out the worst of what’s out there, “All the President’s Men-style.”  The real-life case that is dealt with in the film is the abuse of children by priests in the Catholic church in Boston.  After years of digging, the expose comes out damning the behavior of not only the priests, but the church leadership right to the top.  Mark Ruffalo and Michael Keaton star. Rated 14A.

  • The Good Dinosaur:  

    From Disney Pixar, this one had a great run at the box office, loved by kids and adults alike.  It’s premise is very high-concept:  you know that meteor that struck the earth wiping out the dinosaurs millions of years ago?  Well, what if it missed?  And what if the dinosaurs continued to walk the earth when man evolved?  This is the story of a dinosaur who develops a relationship with a young human boy, and they embark on a remarkable journey of self-discovery.  Features the voices of Frances McDormand, Anna Paquin, and Sam Elliott among others. Rated PG.

  • Diablo:  

    Scott Eastwood steps into his father’s shoes here, looking and sounding a lot like Clint in this western in which he is a young man, back from fighting the Civil War, and having to deal with the kidnapping of his wife.  Walt Goggins also stars, in what becomes not only a revenge picture, but one that tells a story of love and loss that almost gets lost in the western setting.  Well-played – and Scott Eastwood is excellent.  Rated 14A.

  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998):

     You don't have to be 10 years old to totally get the action and the nuances of Lego-mania in this excellent animated feature that tells the story of Emmett, a regular guy, a construction worker, who seems to be singled out by powers above, for something very special.  Great appearances here by Lego versions of Batman, Han Solo, and a non-animated character played by Will Ferrell, "The Man Upstairs."  Excellent imagination used here, with an action-packed story.  Rated PG. 

The Blues Brothers (1980):

Jake and Elwood Blues (John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd) are out to put the band back together in what is one of the best road movies of all time.  Great performances by James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles, and Aretha Franklin.  Well made, well-acted, and it just never gets old! Rated 14A.