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TMNT
MPAA Rating: Rated PG
Genre: Action/Adventure

Do you like the Ninja Turtles? You girls a probably rolling your eyes. Well actually, the ninja turtles are way awesome! This movie has a lot of love, good, bad, and green! This is an all around exciting movie!


Reviewed by a customer, from Tomball on Wed. Feb 6, 2008

Ever After
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for momentary strong language.
Genre: Fantasy

This is a Cinderella Story about a girl named Danielle (Drew Berrymore) who's father passed away when she was younger leaving her with her new step mother and two step sisters. Immediately her life turns into a nightmare. She is suddenly the maid and her oldest step sister is "the princess" and even the other step sister starts to rebel. One day as Danielle was picking apples, a man riding her father's horse rode past. It turned out to be the prince! Fate brought them together, but now Danielle is having trouble at home.


Reviewed by a customer, from Tomball on Wed. Feb 6, 2008

National Treasure
MPAA Rating: Rated PG for action violence and some scary images.
Genre: Action/Adventure

Ben Gates wants to find the ancient treasure of the Knights Templar not only to unlock secrets and to discover the historical artifacts, but to clear the name of Gates in the community. But there is an enemy...Ian Howe. Ben and Riley must steal the Declaration of Independence before him.


Reviewed by Emily K., from Tomball on Wed. Jan 2, 2008

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
MPAA Rating: Rated PG for sustained sequences of sci-fi action/violence.
Genre: Science Fiction

I love this movie. Hayden Christensen in this movie is absolutely fabulous! It's a great movie because it has a little bit of every thing including action, suspense, romance,and mystery. You have got to see this movie!


Reviewed by Keri, from Fairbanks on Tue. Jan 1, 2008

The Attack of the Clones: Star Wars II
MPAA Rating: Rated PG for sustained sequences of sci-fi action/violence.
Genre: Science Fiction

This movie is really awesome because of the mixture of its content. Action, adventure, mystery, coolness, romance...this movie's got it all.


Reviewed by Emily K., from Tomball on Wed. Oct 31, 2007

Fantastic Four
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13; for sequences of intense action, and some suggestive content.
Genre: Action/Adventure

Best marvel movie--action and comedy mixed into one movie!!!!!


Reviewed by Nirav G., from Fairbanks on Mon. Oct 8, 2007

Life As A House
MPAA Rating: Rated R for language, sexuality and drug use.
Genre: Drama

What would you do if you found out you had a short time to live? George, played by Kevin Kline, decides he's going to try to salvage what he can of his broken relationship with his estranged wife and teenaged son, played by the same kid that plays Annakin Skywalker in the recent Star Wars prequels. George decides he's going to build a home to leave something to his son meanwhile keeping himself busy while he's slowly dying of cancer. Truthfully, my girlfriend suggested this movie and I reluctantly began watching it. However, I was pleasantly surprised and glued to the screen the entire time.


Reviewed by JM, from Aldine on Thu. Aug 23, 2007

American History X
MPAA Rating: Rated R for graphic brutal violence including rape, pervasive language, strong sexuality and nudity.
Genre: Drama

Try to keep an open mind about this one. It's about a guy (Edward Norton Jr) who is a member of a skinhead/white supremacist gang. He's quickly rising to the ranks of leader in the gang. However, he's locked up after a shooting incident and discovers there's much more to life than what he's been brainwashed to believe. Incredible cinematography. Flashbacks in the movie are filmed in black and white, but the rest of the movie is color. It's a violent film, but an important example of race relations in America. By far Edward Norton Jr's greatest performances.


Reviewed by JM, from Aldine on Thu. Aug 23, 2007

Band of Brothers
MPAA Rating: NR
Genre: Television

The several part HBO series is a co-creation of Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. By far one of the greatest war films/series made in a while. Action, comedy, lots of structure. It's entertaining and it's a history lesson.


Reviewed by JM, from Aldine on Thu. Aug 23, 2007

The Taste Of Tea
MPAA Rating: NR
Genre: International

It's sort of a Japanese mellowed version of "Little Miss Sunshine", only without the pageant and road-trip & delves more into the interpersonal relationships of each character. The guy who plays the grandpa is priceless. I don't want to give too much away, but there's a scene at the beginning & end of the movie that made me cry. It's a really beautiful movie that isn't too sappy, but definitely quirky and imaginative.


Reviewed by Jessica, from Fairbanks on Sun. Aug 12, 2007

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