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Oscar® Calendar

JANUARY Mon., Jan. 4Early registration opens for Niles District cardholders who bring their completed 10-punch film card.  &WATCH TO WIN contest begins Mon., Jan.11Registration opens for all Niles District cardholders Mon., Jan. 25Registration opens for all NON-Niles District cardholders Tues., Jan. 26, 2pmRebecca, Not Rated, 130 min FEBRUARY Mon., Feb. 8PICK THE WINNERS contest begins […]

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Wait Until Dark

Many people consider this one of the most frightening films they have ever seen. I wouldn’t exactly go that far…but for a suspense film, it’s top-notch. Maybe one of the reasons some folks see it as more of a horror movie than a thriller is that the main character is blind and it is a […]

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My Fair Lady

Good old Eliza Doolittle with her flowers in Covert Garden Market…she’s so seemingly content in her existence on the steps of the famed London opera house. Then, along comes Professor Henry Higgins and turns her simple world upside down. From the classic play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw and then adapted into a musical production […]

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Charade

Charade is one fun movie. It’s not the best story in the world and sometimes it seems a little trite. But, when Hepburn and Grant appear on-screen together right at the beginning, the chemistry those two actors exude reels you in and just will not let go. This is the only time they appeared together […]

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Love in the Afternoon

First off, I will be honest. Gary Cooper is sorely miscast in this film. Is that a reason to stay away from it? Definitely not. I just want you to be prepared, though, for Mr. Cooper’s unusual stiffness, in a role that calls for a man who is supposed to be suave and relaxed. Barring […]

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Sabrina (1954)

At the beginning of this Billy Wilder film, Sabrina Fairchild is an unassuming chauffeur’s daughter who has plain looks (OK – as plain as Audrey Hepburn can get!) and an intense infatuation with the employer’s son, David, played perfectly by William Holden (with blond hair!). After a stint in Paris at cooking school, she returns […]

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