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Monday May 30, 2011
As the fallen autumn leaves scatter and disappear,
the Canberra morning frost bites gently at your
ankles and the memories of sunlit nights turn
into a dark office departure, its time to embrace
the coldest of seasons with some of the most heart-
warming of films past.
Get the hot chocolate ready, pull up the leg warmers, grasp
your woolly blanket firmly in hand and snuggle down with
a loved one to enjoy some true winter classics. Snow, ice,
and adorable little penguins are the features of this winter
warmer retrospective in a feelgood journey to learn the
truth about ones self and the power of love.
Edward Scissorhands A truly enchanting movie about an
uncommonly gentle young man who was created rather
than born but left incomplete with scissors for hands.
Taken from the safety of his castle into modern day, he
falls in love with a beautiful teenage girl but faces the
tyranny of being different from society.
Groundhog Day A surly weatherman finds himself
traipsing to the small town of Punxsutawney to receive a
report on the remaining days of winter from a groundhog.
Supposedly the most fun day of the year, Phil is quickly
driven mad when he begins to have the same dreaded day
over and over again.
Little Women During the civil war, four independent and diverse sisters; Jo, Meg,
Beth and Amy, grow up in reduced circumstances. Sharing a bond that no sibling
rivalry can quell, the introduction of men to the household could possibly be the only
reason for their parting.
Happy Feet Finding their soulmates through song, in the freezing world of the
emperor penguins one is born who simply can not sing; but he sure can tap dance
up a storm. Different from his kind, can Mumble find his heartsong or will he
discover a love who can hear music in his feet?
For those of us focused on not just the warm and fuzzies of the season, some more
provocative snowy flicks include Gremlins, Fargo and for those who like a jump, 30
Days of Night.
Winter Classics Available on DVD/Blu-ray
he-who-must-not-be-named! This is it;
a decade in the making, the wizarding
world draws wands for the last time as
the escalation to a final battle between
good and evil unfolds and hits its
crescendo. Determined to put a stop
to the running and hiding Harry, Ron
and Hermione return to Hogwarts
one last time to find and destroy Lord
Voldemort’s remaining horcruxes.
With the stakes at their highest, no one
and nowhere is safe as an incensed
Voldemort uncovers their secret
mission and declares war on all those
who choose to fight for freedom.
In the climactic showdown, Harry
is called upon to make the ultimate
sacrifice and life as they know it
will never be the same again. It
all concludes here. Sad to see a
completion to the longest marathon of
magical mythology, Harry Potter and
the Deathly Hallows Part 2 sees the
culmination of a dynasty. With about
1194 minutes of screen time, more
than $7 billion at the box office, all
seven of its predecessors present and
accounted for in the top 30 of highest
grossing films ever, its own theme park
and infinite fans worldwide; July 15,
2011 is bound to go down as one of the
monumental dates in cinematic history.
Aided by captivating 3D visual effects,
grasp your broomstick tight and escape
into the wonderful wizarding world for
the ultimate finale.
A reflective period piece centred
around three young Midwest boys
in the 1950s; Tree of Life dares to
challenge the topic of childhood loss
of innocence. Tracing the evolution
of the eldest, all seems wondrous
and harmless in 11-year-old Jack’s
(Hunter McCracken) world. Guided
by his mother’s (Jessica Chastain)
soulful love and mercy while trying
to comprehend his father’s (Brad Pitt)
teachings in the way of the world
and putting ones self first, Jack is
divided. Each parent contending for
his allegiance, the naïve Jack must
reconcile their rantings. When he
witnesses a glimpse of sickness,
suffering and death, Jack struggles to
navigate a labyrinth of emotions. Once
a thing of glory; the world at large
becomes a daunting place. Framed
by the story of a lost soul in a modern
world, an adult Jack (Sean Penn);
we seek to discover that amid the
eternal march time, of which we are
invariably a part, the only thing we
can alter is ourselves.
Rediscovering his lost innocence, is
Jack able to forgive his father and take
his real first steps on the path of life?
Teaming two of hollywood’s talented
dramatic actors, Tree of Life is a
wonderfully crafted story of hope.
Acknowledging the beauty and
joy in all things, viewers are led to
realise one of life’s most important
lessons; the gift of an unselfish and
Tree of Life (MA15+)
RELEASE DATE: 7/7/11
Harry Potter 7 Part 2 (M)
GENRE: Adventure / Fantasy
RELEASE DATE: 14/07/11
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