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2017 National Film Registry Additions!

Each year, the Library of Congress honors 25 films that are “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant.  This year’s pool of films is as varied as ever, including historical classics, modern blockbusters and riveting documentaries. Here are the titles the Niles-Maine District Library owns.  For the complete list, click here. (in alphabetical order) 4 Little Girls […]

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DVD Review: Maudie

Every once and a while, a movie comes across that really makes an impact — whether because of the story, the visuals or a performance.  Sally Hawkins’ performance in Maudie is an example of the kind of visceral impact I’ve been searching for all year and have hardly found.  Based on the life of Canadian […]

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19 Films to Remember Jerry Lewis

These 19 films are just the beginning of the countless comic moments of Jerry Lewis. Check out what else we own at https://www.nileslibrary.org/. Artists and Models At War with the Army The Bellboy Cinderfella Cracking Up The Delicate Delinquent Don’t Give Up the Ship The Errand Boy The Family Jewels The Geisha Boy It’s Only […]

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DVD Review: This Beautiful Fantastic

I watched this one because of the great cast: Jessica Brown Findlay from Downton Abbey fame, fantastic actor Tom Wilkinson, and Andrew Scott, who is wonderful as Moriarty in the BBC Sherlock series. Aside from that, I had no expectations about this film and had read/heard nothing about it. Right from the start, I realized […]

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