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THE GLASS CASTLE * * * (Joyce) * * * (Don) (Dysfunctional family drama) Woody Harrelson stars as the dysfunctional father of four who leads his wife (Brie Larson) and kids on an unconventional nomadic journey, looking for the right spot to settle more
ALIEN: COVENANT * * * (Violent/philosophical sci-fi prequel) Both philosophical and extremely violent, this prequel to Ridley Scott's original sci-fi thriller Alien and sequel to his Prometheus has come a long way since Sigourney Weaver chased an alien more
GET OUT * * * (Racially tense horror film) Get Out" is yet another case of a movie starting out with great potential and ending up going down hill faster than the final gory chase scenes. This eerie horror film starts out with a scene before the credits" more
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY VOL. 2* * * (Joyce)* * * ½ (Don)(Funny, adventuresome sci-fi sequel)Joyce had not seen the original “Guardians of the Galaxy,” so it took her a while to … more
Movie lovers will find two excellent French films at the Avon this week. For those who are hard of hearing, which includes Don, you'll have no trouble with either, as the first has no dialogue and the second has English subtitles. THE RED TURTLE * * * more
THE ZOOKEEPER’S WIFE * * * * (Joyce) * * * ½ (Don) (Holocaust film) We’ve seen many films about the Holocaust, many like this one that are based on a true story. “The Zookeeper’s … more
A GHOST STORY* * *(Profound, absurd or one big put on)You are going to love it or hate it, depending on whether or not you see this very unusual film as profound, absurd or big put on.“A Ghost … more
THE BOSS BABY* * *(Cute, cunning cartoon feature)“Where do babies come from?” asks little Tim Templeton when a baby brother shows up in a taxi in suit and tie, carrying a briefcase.Boss … more
A UNITED KINGDOM* * * ½ (Historical drama/love story)The Rhode Island Film Festival screened this interesting historical drama last week and it then moved to the Avon.Based on a true story, … more
Movie Review By JOHN PANNOZZI *** out of five stars Dav Pilkey's beloved children's book series comes to the big screen in a hilarious, and yes, epic, animated adventure. This film tells the story of two friends in fourth-grade. George Beard (voiced by more
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