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Ocean’s 8 offers a new female cast, but with an old, worn heist formula

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Running Time: 110 minutes

Just last year, the Ocean’s 11 series got a countrified redo from director Steven Soderbergh with Logan Lucky. Less than a year later, we’ve received another variation on the formula called Ocean’s 8. This time out, the story is based around a heist perpetrated...

Hereditary effectively delivers spine-tingling chills

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Running Time: 127 minutes

Sometimes it’s best to just avoid advance word on a film. Hereditary has been getting a great deal of festival press and raves, with many suggesting it’s the scariest thing to hit cinema screens in years (of course, all of this really depends on what frightens you on a deep level). So yes, there seems to be a bit of hyperbole developing that no film can possibly live up to. However, this is still an effective and well acted horror picture.

The movie follows the trials of an odd family. Artist/miniature builder Annie (Toni Collette) and her husband Steve (Gabriel Byrne) take their teenaged son Peter (Alex Wolff) and younger...

DVD/Blu-ray Roundup for June 8, 2018

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Looks like there’s plenty of new arrivals on Blu-ray and DVD highlights. You’ll find several highlights listed below. So, if you can’t make it out to the movies this week, be sure to give one of these titles a try!


Death Wish - This remake of the 1974 vigilante film features Bruce Willis taking on the role originally played by Charles Bronson. After his wife and college age daughter are violently assaulted, the mild-mannered lead decides to take justice into his own hands and victimize those responsible for the crime. Reaction to this effort wasn’t very enthusiastic. A scant few enjoyed it as B-movie exploitation, while the overwhelming...

Summer fun at the library with ‘Curious Chris’

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Educating via songs, impromptu SKITS

Summer Nightly Indian Dances returns

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CELEBRATING its 35th year

The Summer Nightly Indian Dances kicked off its 35th year of bringing Native American tribes to the area to share their rich traditional dances, songs, and colorful regalia. The season launched on Memorial Day and ends Labor Day, with dances beginning at 7 pm each night.

Local emcees introduce the various indigenous groups to the audience and discuss interesting facts about the performance group whomever they may be.

Each indigenous group performs ceremonial dances along with songs from their tribe. The audience then gets the opportunity to meet with the group after the show to take pictures and ask any questions they may have for the group.


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