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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
14 months ago via Flixster

Return to the galaxy where it all began when the next generation in good vs. evil joins forces with familiar faces to wage an all out war to stop a new rising evil. Set years after the events in "Return of the Jedi"; Han, Luke, and Leia are joined by a new set of Resistance fighters who are determined to bring down a new threat known as the "First Order". Will they be able to win the war or will a unknown secret tear apart the very foundation that binds them together? The seventh chapter in the Star Wars Saga brings new action with a familiar heart at the core of it's story. Though it does not help that this is the first movie in the series to be done by Walt Disney in which it plays it safe by not pushing the boundaries like the six previous films did. However, whether you like it, hate it, or indifferent towards it...The Force has Awaken and it will make you feel nostalgic for the original trilogy all over again!!!

Home Alone
Home Alone (1990)
15 months ago via Flixster

What is there to do when you pit a 8 year old precocious kid against 2 bumbling burglars? Sit right back and laugh as the chaos comes reigning down. Hailed as the most successful film of 1990, "Home Alone" has been treasured by kids and adults alike. Macaulay Culkin stars as Kevin McCallister who is accidentally left home alone after his family takes off for the holidays. Once he realizes what has happened, he takes advantage of the situation by doing stuff he normally couldn't do. However, when 2 burglars (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern) decide to rob his house; he does what any normal kid would do...become a home security system. What could possible go wrong? Written and Produced by John Hughes with Chris Columbus directing, "Home Alone" has shown the 2 film makers at their all time best with laughs and action at every turn. Though the movie has some questionable moments toward the end, it does live up to the family comedy genre. So pull up a chair and watch as Kevin turns life at home into adventure!!!!

Toys (1992)
15 months ago via Flixster

Would you be able to protect innocence if it meant fighting for it? Robin Williams gives one of his most beloved and treasured performances as Leslie Zevo. When the owner of a toy company passes away and leaves ownership to his brother, it is up to his son (Leslie) to protect his late father's legacy from his uncle who's determined to destroy the company when he decides to make war toys. Aided by his sister, girlfriend and cousin; Leslie wages an all out war to protect the only life he's ever known...joy and innocence! However, Is he to late? Directed by Barry Levinson, the all star cast brings to life this fun filled fantasy with laugh out loud humor and heart touching emotion. Special warning, even though the movie is light-hearted, it's subject matter tends to go back and forth between comedy and drama, which may be to much for younger audience members. But if you are looking for the ultimate escape in fun and fantasy, look no further than these "Toys"!!!!