|May 20||Yogi Bear|
Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Paul Henreid
Turner/Warner Bros.; Directed by Michael Curtiz
Black and White; Not Rated; 102 minutes; 1942
One of the most memorable of all film experiences, CASABLANCA is a true Hollywood legend. All the elements of the production—story, cast, photography, direction, and music—are woven expertly together to create a motion picture monument. Wartime refugees gather in Morocco to obtain scarce exit visas to Lisbon. The final airport sequence is an event not to be forgotten.
|June 17||HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 1
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint
Warner Bros.; Directed by David Yates
Rated PG-13; 146 minutes; 2010
The final chapter of the Harry Potter film series begins as Harry, Ron and Hermione leave Hogwarts behind and set out to find and destroy the Horcruxes – the secret to Voldemort’s power and immortality
|July 9||IRON MAN 2
Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Mickey Rourke
Paramount Pictures; Directed by Jon Favreau
Rated PG-13; 124 minutes; 2010
After confessing his identity as Iron Man to the world, Tony Stark comes under fire from the U.S. Government who demands he hand over the powerful weapon that is the Iron Man suit. Meanwhile, a mysterious and dangerous foe emerges in Ivan Vanko, who creates a powerful persona known as Whiplash in order to exact revenge on the Stark family once and for all… and destroy Iron Man.
|July 22||E. T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Dee Wallace, Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore
Universal Pictures; Directed by Steven Spielberg
Rated PG; 115 minutes; 1982
A being from outer space is accidentally stranded on Earth. In his search for refuge, E.T. wanders into a backyard where he is discovered by ten-year-old Elliott. Elliott assumes responsibility for E.T.’s safety while searching, in a race against time, for a way to reunite E.T. with his own kind in this heartwarming story of friendship and discovery.
WINNER OF THREE ACADEMY AWARDS®
|August 5||THE BLIND SIDE
Sandra Bullock, Kathy Bates, Tim McGraw
Warner Bros.; Directed by John Lee Hancock
Rated PG-13; 128 minutes; 2009
This film is the remarkable true story of Michael Oher, a homeless African-American youngster from a broken home. Michael was taken in by a wealthy white family who helped him fulfill his potential as a person and as an athlete. He worked hard on the field and in the classroom and became an All-American in college and was picked in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft, changing his life and the lives of the loving family who were there to watch him succeed.