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(A+) The African Queen

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MPAA Rating: R     Audience: High School

Rose Sayer and her brother Samuel are English missionaries in 1914 German East Africa. Their rare contact with the outside world is through Charlie Allnut, who delivers their occasional ma...

(A+) Aladdin

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MPAA Rating: G     Audience: Kindergarten - 3rd Grade
One of the best of the contemporary Disney releases, this classic tale of the magic lamp benefits tremendously from the energy and humor of Robin Williams as the genie. Only the Disney animators c...

(A+) Ali

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MPAA Rating: R     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Will Smith delivers a knock-out punch as Muhammed Ali in this outstanding film that follows the champ from his first heavyweight title to the "Rumble in the Jungle" when he won the title again by d...

(A+) All About Eve

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MPAA Rating:     Audience: Middle School

Margo Channing (Bette Davis), a Broadway diva beginning to show her age, meets the young fan who stands outside the theater after every performance (Anne Baxter as Eve Harrington). Taken by...

(A+) Amadeus

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MPAA Rating: PG     Audience: Middle School
Antionio Salieri (F. Murray Abraham in an Oscar-winning performance), the court composer, should have been Mozart. He followed all the rules, worked hard, and cared deeply. Music was his life. M...

(A+) American Graffiti

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MPAA Rating: PG     Audience: Mature High Schooler
The movie takes place on a single night in 1962, immediately before two good friends, Curt (Richard Dreyfus) and Steve (Ron Howard), are about to leave for college. Curt and Steve are facing enormo...

(A+) American Splendor

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MPAA Rating: R     Audience: Mature High Schooler
Harvey Pekar says, "Ordinary life is pretty complex stuff." His own life is a good example. He has the most ordinary of professions - he is a file clerk in a veteran's hospital. He lives in the m...

(A+) Apollo 13

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MPAA Rating: PG     Audience: Middle School
This movie should be called "Smart and Smarter." In addition to the thrilling story, masterful performances, and impeccable technical authenticity, it is a heartening story of the triumph of smart ...



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