• April 5, 2020
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Movies

  • Romeo and Juliet (drama)– March 3

    • This revitalized drama comes to life through an all-star cast including Hailee Steinfeld (Juliet), Ed Westwick (Romeo), Douglas Booth and Paul Giamatti. The story is timeless, but this version written by Julian Fellowes brings new life to a tale all generations should experience.

  • Philomena (true story)– March 3

    • Nominated for four Oscars this year, Philomena depicts the true story of a young journalist (Steve Coogan) who begins a search for the son of a woman, Philomena (Judi Dench), who was who was taken away from Philomena decades ago after she became pregnant and was forced to live in a convent.

  • American Hustle– March 17

    • This Oscar nominated film tells the story of a suave conman (Christian Bale) who, along with his seductive partner in crime Sydney Prosser (Amy Adams), is forced to work with a less-than just FBI Agent (Bradley Cooper) to help take down a group of notorious New Jersey powerbrokers and mafia. Both dangerous and enchanting, this 70s-style movie takes the audience into a world of sex, scandal and seduction.

  • 12 Years a Slave (historical drama)– March 31

    • In this Academy-Award winner for Best Picture, Chiwetel Ejiofor plays Solomon Northup, a young slave during the antebellum period. Solomon, a free black, is sold into slavery after being abducted. Along his twelve year journey he encounters those most detestable in the world, but also those who show him unexpected kindness. After twelve years of struggling to stay alive, Solomon meets a Canadian abolitionist (Brad Pitt) who changes his journey forever.

 

More

  • The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (science fiction adventure)– March 6

  • Out of the Furnace (thriller)– April 7

  • Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (historical drama)– March 17

  • The Best Man Holiday (romantic comedy)– March 10

TV shows

  • The Lying Game season 2 (drama)–

    • From the same author who wrote Pretty Little Liars is another book series that was turned into a hit tv show. It follows the story of Emma Becker (Alexandra Chando) and Sutton Mercer (Alexandra Chando) who are identical twin sisters who grew up living opposite lives. Emma grew up in foster care whereas Sutton was adopted by a wealthy family. But, when they are reunited and determined to discover what happened, they find much more than they ever thought they would.

  • House of Cards season 2 (drama)– Feb 14

    • This adaptation of a novel written by Michael Dobbs stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright. It follows the life of Frank Underwood (Spacey) who was passed up for the position of Secretary of State. In return, he decides to seek revenge on those who betrayed him. His wife, Claire (Wright), often joins him in carrying out these plans.

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