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Posted on May 24, 2022 by Missy Chapman | Comments (0)
Here are some great new movies available at the Warsaw Community Public Library.
“Dear Evan Hansen” is a musical that explores the poignant desire for human connection in the tumultuous life of one young man. Evan is shy, lonely, and bullied for it, teeming with the irrepressible emotions all too familiar with anyone who’s ever been a teenager. After a tragedy strikes, Evan's life suddenly gets turned around, but is it ultimately for the better?
“Venom: Let there be carnage” takes place one year after the events of the previous movie. Eddie Brock attempts to reignite his career by interviewing serial killer Cletus Kasady, who becomes the host of the symbiote Carnage and escapes prison after a failed execution.
“Candyman” is a horror/thriller movie that is a sequel to the original movie of the same name. In this film, artist Anthony McCoy, who was kidnapped by Candyman as a youth, learns of the urban legend that he plans to use as inspiration for his art. As he becomes enveloped in the legend of Candyman, he finds himself being surrounded by mysterious murders that all seem to link to him as the prime suspect.
“Old” is M. Night Shyamalan’s story of a family who goes on a tropical vacation that end up at a beach in a remote area of an island, where they plan to just relax for a couple of hours and that there doesn't appear to be a way for them to escape from the mysterious beach.
“Suicide Squad 2021,” is a superhero film that features inmates from Belle Reve being recruited into a clandestine unit called Task Force X. The mission is to infiltrate the island of Corto Maltese to eradicate a Nazi-era prison called Jotunheim. While carrying out their orders, the group comes into conflict with Starro, a giant alien telepath in the shape of a starfish.
“Come true,” is a story about Sarah, an 18-year-old high school student who suffers from nightmares every night. At night, she prefers to sleep in the park rather than face her mother at home. When she learns that an ongoing sleep study is looking for subjects, she immediately jumps on the opportunity to secure a safe and comfortable place to rest at night. Unfortunately, the longer Sarah participates, the worse her nightmares get.
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