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Date Listed 17-Oct-16
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Address Kitchener, ON N2E1X4
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1. Clash of the Titans- $5

he eschewing of modern optical effects techniques in favor of the classic stop-motion animation work of special effects legend Ray Harryhausen was a delightful highlight of this action adventure that attempted to give Greek mythology the Star Wars (1977) treatment. Harry Hamlin stars as Perseus, a mortal who, due to the interference of the mighty god Zeus (Laurence Olivier), finds himself in the city of Joppa, far away from his island home. There, he falls in love with Andromeda (Judi Bowker), an imprisoned princess. To free her, win her hand, and thus half of the kingdom, Perseus solves a riddle, but Joppa's enraged ruler orders Andromeda fed to the Kraken, a towering sea monster that's the last of the powerful Titans. In his quest to save Andromeda, Perseus must endure a series of trials with the help of the winged horse Pegasus and a friendly playwright, Ammon (Burgess Meredith). His ultimate goal is to secure the head of the grotesque Gorgon named Medusa and use it to turn the Kraken into stone, but dangers await, including the hideously deformed Calibos

2. The Lord of the Rings- $12

ontroversial animator Ralph Bakshi's literal adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's classic fantasy trilogy, "The Lord of the Rings", is brought to the screen. An evil sorcerer from a previous era created a magical ring which enables its users to call upon its tremendous powers to rule the world, but it inevitably warps them to evil. It was believed lost, but during a resurgence of magical evil in the world, Bilbo, a simple, plain-spoken hobbit, recovers it from its hiding place. The forces of good give his nephew Frodo the choice to bear the awful burden of the ring to a place where it may be destroyed.

3. Willow- $50

From legendary filmmakers George Lucas and Ron Howard comes one of the most beloved fantasy tales of all time. This groundbreaking film features stunning special effects, dazzling action and a classic battle between good and evil.

When young Willow Ufgood (Warwick Davis) finds an abandoned baby, he is suddenly thrust unto an adventure filled with magic and danger. According to an ancient prophecy, the sacred child is destined to end the reign of the evil sorceress Queen Bavmorda (Jean Marsh). Now, the only a single swordsman (Val Kilmer) at his side, Willow must overcome the forces of darkness that threaten to destroy anyone who stands in the Queen's way!

4. The Last Airbender- $5

The Last Airbender(released June/10)stars,among others, Noah Ringer, Nicola Peltz, Dev Patel,Jackson Rathbone and Cliff Curtis.This is a nicely done fantasy film directed by M.Shyamalam.Together with an interesting story and some bang up S/Fx and computer enhancements,it is bound to please viewers of all ages.
The story finds a world where humans live in tribes based on the elements earth,air,water and fire.Each tribe has at least one who can control their particular elements.Looking over the earth are four spirits who symbolize each element.The only person that can commune both with humans and spirits,and unites the world,is the avatar.The avatar has not been seen in 100 years and as such the fire tribe has been on a quest to take over the world.
In the south lives a brother and sister who are under the water elements and the it is the sister who is the last remaining water user/bender in their tribe.Out looking for food they discover something under the ice.They dig it out and find a large ball of ice.Seeing something in it the sister opens it.In it lies a young boy and an animal that looks like the Luck dragon from The Never Ending Story,on steroids! He claims he ran away from his induction ceremony as the new avatar,without finishing his lessons and learning to bend other elements,besides air.
In the area happens to be an exiled prince and his uncle from the fire nation.The prince is looking to capture and return the avatar to his father in order to regain his rightful place by his side.They enter the water village and end up capturing the young boy,but he soon escapes from their grasp.He returns to the brother and sister who accompanying him on his flying animal to his home village.However the village has been destroyed in the 100 years since his disappearance.

5, Stuart Little and Stuart Little 2- $10

He's clever, enthusiastic, a 'can-do' guy with attitude, and he's a mouse. From Rob Minkoff, co-director of "The Lion King," comes the comedy adventure "Stuart Little," based on the classic book by beloved author E.B. White "Charlotte's Web", "The Trumpet Of The Swan" that has been entertaining families for over 50 years. Combining live-action with groundbreaking visual effects by the artists and innovators at Sony Pictures Imageworks, it's the story of a mouse adopted by the Littles, a human family. As Stuart embarks on adventures with a variety of characters, including his nemesis, Snowbell the Cat, he learns the true meaning of family, loyalty and friendship

The brave and pint-sized hero Stuart Little (Michael J. Fox) returns in "Stuart Little 2," delighting audiences with his big heart and even more action-packed adventure. This time, Stuart must journey through the city with reluctant Snowbell (Nathan Lane) to rescue a new friend, Margalo (Melanie Griffith), from a villainous Falcon (James Woods
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