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The children of Firetree Place, Williamsport, PA, were recent recipients of Exquisite Life’s philanthropic endeavors, after Exquisite Life founder Tonya Anderson responded to a request to provide them with a morning at the movies — specifically, “Annie.” Henrietta Hadley, executive director of...
How did Mark Mussina hit a homerun with his first movie?  The scriptwriter will share how he did it at a fundraiser for the Central PA Film Office on Friday, June 27 in the Capitol Lounge at the Community Arts Center 6:00 to 8:00 pm.  The film office will celebrate his new movie "The Opposite Sex"...
** (out of four) If it weren’t for the acting, “Three Days to Kill” would be a disaster. Of course, that’s often the reason we go to the movies -- to watch three pros like Kevin Costner, Hailee Steinfeld and Connie Nielsen. And yes, that trio keeps “Three Days” from rolling over and playing dead...
Cate Blanchett will win Best Actress for her excellent work in Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine.”There -- I just had to get that out of the way! Despite years of writing Oscar predictions, I feel undone by the current slate, which practically defies prognostication. Having already snagged two dozen...
The 2013 movie slate got off to a slow start and then exploded: As of June, my “best-of” list contained only one title; now I’m having trouble keeping it to ten!Here they are, heavily weighted toward fall and winter: 1. “12 Years a Slave” Brutal and gripping true saga of Solomon Northup, a free...
**1/2 (out of four) It’s silly to object that Disney’s new “Planes” is a copy of “Cars”; the film acknowledges this at every turn. Remarking that the film isn’t as good seems pointless, too; animated movies simply don’t get much better than “Cars.” I’d like to note instead that “Planes” pretty much...
This year, Oscar will be a night of firsts. Among other things, the 2013 slate features both the oldest and youngest females ever to be nominated for Best Actress. And when Daniel-Day Lewis wins for his uncanny portrayal of Abraham Lincoln (believe me, this is a no-brainer), he’ll become the first...
The opening scene of the Academy Award winning film classic Lawrence of Arabia, now rereleased after painstaking restoration on its 50th anniversary, zooms in over a vast and seemingly barren desert to slowly reveal a tiny undefinable speck. That speck grows and eventually becomes identifiable as...
Ah, Sunday. A day of rest for some individuals who enjoy being armchair quarterbacks cheering on their personal favorite football team. For others, Sunday now means viewing a classic movie at the Williamsport Cinema Center, beginning Sept. 18.Cinema Center, 300 W. Fourth Street, will show “Back to...
NCPA readers who finish their taxes on time this year -- April 18 is the fast-approaching deadline! -- might want to kick back afterward with some good movies. So, in honor of Tax Day 2011, here are several worthwhile films about money and greed: “Treasure of the Sierra Madre” (1948) Starring...

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