Just an early reminder that Teen Movie Friday on January 7 @ 3:30 pm will feature Inception. If you’ve seen it, you know you need to see it again. (I’m STILL confused.) If you haven’t…you’re in for a mindbending afternoon!
With today’s Teens Talk Books discussion of Graceling all wrapped up, make sure you plan to be at the library next Friday, December 17 @ 4 pm for our annual holiday showing of “Elf.” If you aren’t here, I’ll assume you’re a cotton-headed ninny-muggins!
Get in the spooky spirit with today’s big-screen showing of CLUE, starring Tim Curry and a madcap cast of characters from the board game who must solve a murder mystery in a creepy mansion. 98 minutes; rated PG. This movie has some hilarious quotes!
”Why are you screaming?” “Because I’m frightened!” “Of what?” “SCREAMING!”
So, we’re going to have a Teens Talk Books discussion of the super-cool new book, I Am Number Four. And lo and behold, there is a movie of this book ALREADY in production! Check out the amazing trailer!
Intrigued? Make sure you come to Teens Talk Books on Oct. 22 @ 4 pm!
Today’s the day! Stop by at 3 pm to catch our big-screen showing of “Iron Man 2,” starring Robert Downey Jr (rated PG-13).
We’re excited to show “Dear John” tomorrow on the big screen @ 3 pm! We’ll have cool A/C and popcorn — you just bring yourself, a friend, and maybe some Kleenex for me, ’cause I hear this is a tearjerker…
Happy July, everyone! I know I’ve been posting a lot of videos lately, but I couldn’t resist sharing this one, brought to my attention by alert reader novelwriter65. It’s from author John Green‘s trip to the American Library Association annual conference (and if you know librarians Marisa and Robin, ask if they got to see him!).
If you <3 John Green, either before or after watching this video, check out some of his books from the library!
Okay, so I’m a little late in writing about this, but we’re kicking back and enjoying spring break here at WPL. We’ve had a series of movie showings, from Where the Wild Things Are to Star Wars: The Clone Wars (which I liked more than I expected to, thanks to the baby Hutt-ling).
And be sure to join us tomorrow for our final presentation, a large-screen showing of the fresh-to-DVD hit “The Blind Side,” starring Sandra Bullock.