Friday, October 17, 2008

New Movie Titles - Oct. 17

New titles added to

Clemens Library:

Two Fat Ladies
Enemies of Happiness
Julian of Norwich
Sister Rose’s Passion
Genesis

Alcuin Library:

Perfume: The Story of a Murder
The Sand Pebbles
Three Kings
964 Pinocchio
Testament
Kind Hearts and Coronets
Cries and Whispers
America’s Atomic Bomb Tests
History of Nuclear Defense: Surviving Atomic Attack
The Manhattan Project
Atomic Filmmakers: Hollywood’s Secret Film Studio
Atomic Testing
The Edge of Heaven
Standard Operating Procedure
Mongol: the Rise of Genghis Khan
Maria la del Barrio
La Fea mas Bella
Asoka
La Otra
Stuck
4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days
The Atomic Bomb Collection:
Atomic Journeys: Welcome to Ground Zero
Nukes in Space: The Rainbow Bomb
Trinity & Beyond: The Atomic Bomb


-sg

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could you please get "Les Chiefs"?

Thanks

http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0007LEMU6/qid=1110064386/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_0_1/702-4480979-5115217

http://www.leschiefs.com/

News & Events said...

I spoke to the Media Director and she said "iokay" to adding Les Chiefs to the collection. Watch for it in the new movie titles list in the upcoming weeks. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Could the library get The Amateurs (aka The Moguls) starring Jeff Bridges?

Thank You!

http://www.amazon.com/Amateurs-Jeff-Bridges/dp/B000XJ5UEY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1224954009&sr=1-1

http://www.firstlookstudios.com/films/amateurs/

News & Events said...

We didn't find very good review for "The Amateurs" (see below):

From the Portland Oregonian: All this star power goes for naught in Traeger's film, which tries to blend bucolic sweetness with juvenile let's-make-a-porno jokes.

From the LA Times: There are no laughs to be found in writer-director Michael Traeger's would-be comedy The Amateurs, but there is one big mystery: how actors of this caliber could have been convinced to take part.

From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer: A sleazy, uninspired, pathetically unfunny sex farce.


So it was decided not to add it to the collection. Thanks for your suggestion though!

Anonymous said...

I was wondering if the library could get the first season of "Army Wives"

Thanks

News & Events said...

We will order "Army Wives" for Clemens Library collection.

Thanks!