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Teen Cinema


March 26, 2013

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For ages 13 to 18 years

Get the old-time movie feel in the library! Come watch some classic films and past favorites on the little silver screen. Call for more details.

March 5, 2013


Whitney Houston, Jordin Sparks, Carme Ejogo
TriStar Pictures; Directed by Salim Akil
Rated PG-13; 116 minutes; 2012

Three sisters form a successful singing group and must deal with the fallout of fame and drugs. 








March 12, 2013

Here comes the BOOM

Kevin James, Salma Hayek, Henry Winkler
Columbia Pictures; Directed by Frank Coraci
Rated PG; 105 minutes; 2012

In this comedy former collegiate wrestler, Scott Voss is now a 42-year-old, apathetic biology teacher in a failing high school. When cutbacks threaten the school's music program and its teacher, Scott springs into action. He dusts off his long-unused wrestling skills and earns money for the program by moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter. Though the school nurse thinks he's crazy, Scott gains something he never expected, and the school rallies behind him.  








March 19, 2013

Total Recall

Colin Farrell, Bokeem Woodbine, Bryan Cranston
Columbia Pictures; Directed by Len Wiseman
Rated PG-13; 121 minutes; 2012

As the nation states Euromerica and New Shanghai vie for supremacy, a factory worker begins to suspect that he's a spy, though he is unaware which side of the fight he's on. 










March 26, 2013


Tyler Perry, Eugene Levy, Denise Richards
Lionsgate; Directed by Tyler Perry
Rated PG-13; 114 minutes; 2012

George Needleman is the gentle CFO of an investment bank, but is forced in to action when he learns that his firm has been operating a mob-backed Ponzi scheme – and that he’s been set up as the fall guy. Facing death threats, George and his entire family are put under witness protection in the safest place that the federal prosecutor from Atlanta, can think of … his Aunt Madea’s House down South. As a result, Madea and her live-in brother, Uncle Joe, find themselves managing a completely dysfunctional family from Connecticut. But as George tries to solve the mystery behind Lockwise’s finances, Madea whips the Needlemans into shape using her hilarious brand of tough love.