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See Storks, Trolls, and Lego in our May Family Favourites!See Storks, Trolls, and Lego in our May Family Favourites!Jenny Bullough5/3/2017 10:01:00 Am May is here and with it, not just spring but the promise of summer! If your kids are like ours, they’re already counting down the weeks until summer vacation. And sometimes that has them bouncing off the walls a little bit in anticipation. If you need an easy distraction to buy yourself a little peace on a Saturday morning, check out the lineup of this month’s Family Favourites! From recent hits like Trolls to beloved faves like The Lego Movie, at only 2.99 per ticket we won’t blame you for spending every Saturday morning at the movies! May 6 – The Lego Movie Now’s your chance to see the first-ever full length theatrical Lego movie on the big screen one more time! Emmet (Chris Pratt) is an ordinary, »
- Jenny Bullough
This Week in Home VideoPlus 7 more new releases to watch at home this week on Blu-ray/DVD.
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What is it? A bus driver writes poetry in his spare time about the world and stuff.
Why see it? The brief summation above is pretty much accurate in describing the whole of Jim Jarmusch’s latest, but it doesn’t begin to capture the warmth, humor, and humanity the film delivers. Adam Driver plays the title role and creates a character far removed from the easily antagonized and disgruntled ones he’s best known for. His Paterson is a simple man of simple pleasures, but while most films would mock or sideline him here he’s embraced. Even better, his demeanor and perception of the world are remarkably calming and infectious »
- Rob Hunter
3 April 2017 2:31 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
In the 136 years since it was first published, Swiss author Johanna Spyri’s children’s book Heidi — the much-adored story of a plucky orphan girl raised in the Alps by her grandfather — has been adapted for screen numerous times.
Shirley Temple played the curly-haired titular character in a 1937 film version, while NBC’s made-for-tv movie famously interrupted a 1968 Oakland Raiders versus New York Jets football game (the subsequent angry calls crashed the network’s phone system). Thanks to a hugely popular 1974 Japanese anime series, the tale was brought to a whole new legion of fans in Asia (Japanese and »
- Alex Ritman
When she is discovered skipping school Heidi is sent to live with a wealthy professor in the city where the governess of the house is hiding a dark secret.
“Ddi is extremely excited to bring this modern re-telling of such a historical »
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