Tuesday night films begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Library Auditorium on the 2nd floor. Due to our contract with Movie Licensing USA, we can't publicize movie titles online, but you may call the library for the titles or pick up a movie listing from a public service desk.
Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Tim Curry
Walt Disney Pictures; Directed by Brian Henson
Rated G; 99 minutes; 1996
The entire gang of lovable muppets are back for an all-new adventure based on the classic tale of pirates and buried treasure. Hollywood’s favorite muppet personalities Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy head the cast of hilarious humans and non-humans in a fun-filled fantasy that features original music from Academy Award® winning composer Hans Zimmer.
Sean Astin, Josh Brolin
Warner Bros.; Directed by Richard Donner
Rated PG; 111 minutes; 1985
A group of seven young friends from a small Northwest town who find themselves on a thrilling underground adventure filled with humor and heart-pounding peril as they seek the secrets behind the treasure of the notorious pirate, One-Eyed Willie.
REVIEWS: "More things happen in this movie than in six ordinary action films! There's not just a thrill a minute; there's a thrill, a laugh, a shock and a special effect" - Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES
"Wow! I can't imagine a better summer movie. Extraordinary! Exciting!"- Joel Siegel, GOOD MORNING AMERICA, ABC-TV
"A clever thriller with laughs that combines storybook splendor with modern chills. I doubt if there's a kid from 6 to 60 who won't be cheering them on."- Rex Reed, NEW YORK POST
Brendan Fraser, Josh Hutcherson, Anita Briem
New Line Cinema; Directed by Eric Brevig
Rated PG; 92 minutes; 2008
A scientist whose radical theories have completely tarnished his reputation goes backpacking across Iceland and finds a cave that leads him deep down into the bowels of the planet. He follows it trying to find out what has happened to his missing brother. He discovers a fantastic and dangerous lost world in the center of the earth filled with bizarre landscapes and terrifying creatures.
Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight, Patricia Arquette, Tim Blake Nelson
Buena Vista Pictures; Directed by Andrew Davis
Rated PG; 2003
Sigourney Weaver plays a warden at Camp Green Lake with an unusual method of discipline. The camp makes all of its wards dig large holes under the guise of building character. The real reason is a plan to find a buried treasure left in the desert long ago.
Kathryn Beaumont, Ed Wynn
Walt Disney Pictures; Directed by Clyde Geronimi and Wilfred Jackson
Rated G; 75 minutes; 1951; Animated
Disney version of Lewis Carroll's Children's story. Alice becomes bored and her mind starts to wander. She sees a white rabbit who appears to be in a hurry. She chases it into its burrow and then a most bizarre series of adventures begins.