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Archive: December, 2018

Movie Review | Miracle in Milan

Miracle in Milan (PN 1995.97 .I7 I73mir 2006) is a heartwarming movie about a one man who makes a difference in many lives. Toto has had quite the tragic life, but he never lets it crush his undying positivity and admiration for the beauty of life. He inspires those living in the shantytown with him …

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Movie Review | Solo: A Star Wars Story

The incredible story of the galaxy’s favorite scoundrel. A non-stop thrill ride that takes you to new and never explored planets in galactic space. See all your favorite Star Wars characters before their run-ins with Darth Vader and the Galactic Empire and learn about their lives before they saved the galaxy. This movie is fantastic. …

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Movie Review | Robots

Robots (PN 1995.9 .A53 R63 2005) is a classic animated comedy about a young robot and his journey to becoming an inventor. He has many ups and downs as he leaves his family to go to a new city. When he first arrives in this new city, he knew nobody, but he quickly gained many …

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Documentary Review | Jazz: Risk

  Risk (PN 1995.96 .J37 J39 2000 pt.8) is the eighth episode of a ten part series on the history of Jazz by Ken Burn. After World War II and during the rise of the Cold War, America began one of it’s most prosperous eras. Swing Jazz are fading and big bands are out the …

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Movie Review | Autism In Love

Autism In Love is a touching documentary, exploring what love looks like in the lives of those with Autism. The film follows four characters: Lenny, a single young adult, a couple going on eight years of dating, and Stephen, married for twenty years. The documentary shows the various challenges they face in love and with …

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Documentary Review | 20 Feet From Stardom

20 Feet From Stardom (PN 1995.96 .M86 T84 2014) gives the spotlight to the long overlooked singers that sang backup to famous artists such as Elvis Presley, Mick Jagger, and Tina Turner. It uncovers the true stories of backup singers Darlene Love, Merry Clayton, Lisa Fischer and more.The documentary tells us about how these people contribute …

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Documentary Review | Life

This first part of the Life (PN 1995.96 .N38 L53 2010 pt.1) series is a beautiful nature documentary that specifically highlights reptiles, amphibians, and mammals. It highlights many different animals in their natural habitats, including polar bears, seals, frogs, alligators, and many others. The film is a breathtaking journey into the lives of these creatures …

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Documentary Review | Queen Under Review

  Queen Under Review (PN 1995.96 .M86 Q84 2006) is a detailed documentary on the legendary rock band Queen and their journey to the top of the musical industry. The documentary went chronologically through their journey, hit by hit. Experts in the music industry gave background behind every song and how that song influenced society. …

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TV Show Review | Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 2

Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a T.V. show about a brilliant yet immature detective, Jake Peralta. He competes with his other coworkers, such as Amy Santiago to find the most criminals to catch. But don’t mistake the genre of this show, as it is highly comedic and witty. There are many reoccurring jokes and laughs that Jake …

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Documentary Review | WWII Dead Men’s Secrets: The Secrets of the Sea Wolves

WWII Dead Men’s Secrets:  The Secrets of the Sea Wolves (PN 1995.96 .W3 D43 2005) is a very informative and fascinating documentary about the German submarines, nicknamed “the sea wolves”, and the impact they had in WWII sea warfare.  This film is a compilation of actual footage from the German submarines, interviews with Nazi submarine …

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  • DVDs – 1 week.

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