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Mary and the Witch’s Flower (2017)

Title: Mary and the Witch’s Flower
Rating: PG
Directed by: Hiromasa Yonebayashi
Written by: Riko Sakaguchi, and Hiromasa Yonebayashi
Based on the novel by: Mary Stewart
Starring: Ruby Barnhill, Kate Winslet, Jim Broadbent, and Ewen Bremner
Release Date: 1/19/2018
Running Time: 102 minutes

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What did you think of this film?
Based on The Little Broomstick by Mary Stewart, a strange flower grants a girl magic powers.

Are There Any Extras During The Credits? No

Are There Any Extras After The Credits? No

BFG, The (2016)


Title: The BFG
Rating: PG
Directed by: Steven Spielberg
Written by: Melissa Mathison
Based on the book by: Roald Dahl
Starring: Rebecca Hall, Mark Rylance, Bill Hader, Jemaine Clement, Penelope Wilton and Ruby Barnhill
Release Date: 7/1/2016
Running Time: 117 minutes

Official Site

The talents of three of the world’s greatest storytellers – Roald Dahl, Walt Disney and Steven Spielberg – finally unite to bring Dahl’s beloved classic “The BFG” to life. Directed by Spielberg, Disney’s “The BFG” tells the imaginative story of a young girl and the Giant who introduces her to the wonders and perils of Giant Country. The BFG (Mark Rylance), while a giant himself, is a Big Friendly Giant and nothing like the other inhabitants of Giant Country. Standing 24-feet tall with enormous ears and a keen sense of smell, he is endearingly dim-witted and keeps to himself for the most part. Giants like Bloodbottler (Bill Hader) and Fleshlumpeater (Jemaine Clement) on the other hand, are twice as big and at least twice as scary and have been known to eat humans, while the BFG prefers Snozzcumber and Frobscottle. Upon her arrival in Giant Country, Sophie, a precocious 10-year-old girl from London, is initially frightened of the mysterious giant who has brought her to his cave, but soon comes to realize that the BFG is actually quite gentle and charming, and, having never met a giant before, has many questions. The BFG brings Sophie to Dream Country where he collects dreams and sends them to children, teaching her all about the magic and mystery of dreams. Having both been on their own in the world up until now, their affection for one another quickly grows, but Sophie’s presence in Giant Country has attracted the unwanted attention of the other giants, who have become increasingly more bothersome. Sophie and the BFG soon depart for London to see the Queen (Penelope Wilton) and warn her of the precarious giant situation, but they must first convince the Queen and her maid, Mary (Rebecca Hall), that giants do indeed exist. Together, they come up with a plan to get rid of the giants once and for all.

What did you think of this film?

During Credits? No

After Credits? No

Dedication: For our Melissa

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Special thanks to Frank S. for this submission

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