A Science Fiction movie and a crime drama will be featured by the Menomonee Falls Public Library in its July Tuesday/Thursday Monthly Movies picks on July 19 and July 21. Both movies will be presented in the library’s Meeting/Community Room off the main lobby. Admission is free to all, based on the movie’s rating. Carry-in soft drinks, water, or coffee in covered containers, as well as popcorn or candy, are permitted. The times, synopses, and ratings are as follows:
2:15PM Tuesday, July 19 and 6:30PM Thursday, July 21: THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU, starring Matt Damon, Emily Blunt and Anthony Mackie. A rising-star New York politician is courting a British ballet dancer. He learns that he is up against fate- the “adjustment bureau”- who try and see that they aren’t to be together, almost at any cost. Directed by George Nolfi, based on a short story written by Philip K. Dick. Rated PG-13, 106 minutes.
6:30PM Tuesday, July 19 and 2:15PM Thursday, July 21 : THE LINCOLN LAWYER. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei and John Leguizamo. A Los Angeles defense attorney, who operates out of a Lincoln car, lands a case defending a playboy who is accused of attempted murder. Despite what is expected to be an open and shut case, it develops into a case that might be linked to one of his old cases. Directed by Brad Furman, based on the novel written by Michael Connelly. Rated R, 119 minutes.
For more information, check the library’s website home.mf.lib.wi.us or call Karen at 262-532-8912.
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