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By using words powerful enough to make the sun rise and set and to cause brilliant moonbeams to illuminate the sky, Malala Yousafzai has brought global awareness to the millions of girls without the privilege to be educated. There is a movie made about this empowering 18 year old advocate for women's rights and she said in the movie that it was not only about her, but about the over 40 million girls who can’t go to school. The movie is called “He Named Me Malala”.
 

Everyone knows the story of Peter Pan and his adventures with Wendy. But no one knows who Peter Pan was before he became Peter Pan.

   “The last word always belongs to the mountain.” The movie Everest is a movie of victory and defeat.

      It’s where monsters go for safety, for protection, and to be with other monsters. Hotel Transylvania is a monster gathering place, and it has been for a long time. When the movie about it first came out 3 years ago, it really caught the eye of the public. Now, the long-awaited sequel, Hotel Transylvania 2, is finally here, and better than ever.

This is where the movie Scorch Trials starts off; they have escaped from the maze only to find echoes of what was once mankind.

Based off of a 60's TV show, "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." is a thrilling action/comedy mix. It's a very clever movie and personally, I loved it.

In the latest installment of the Mission Impossible series, “Mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation,” Tom Cruise reprises his role as Ethan Hunt, an agent for the Impossible Mission Force (IMF).

I recently had the chance to see Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd. This was easily my favorite Marvel movie of all time, and that's saying a lot because I’ve seen them all. 

Around half a billion people grew up with it. There is over one hundred pieces per person on the planet. Sound familiar? This is the Lego brick.

       He is back! Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises his famous role in the continuation of the Terminator franchise started over thirty years ago.

Jurassic World is filled with new adventures and action around every corner, with suspense and beautiful animation.

The movie “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” is about two boys who have to make a movie for a girl with cancer. The boys’ names are Greg, who speaks to you throughout the movie, and Earl, who is Greg’s best friend. The girl’s name is Rachel and her cancer is named leukemia. Greg makes more than a few mistakes during the movie; such as announcing that Rachel has leukemia in the middle of history class and making a movie so bad it kills someone.

Do you ever wonder what is going on inside another person’s head? I’ll bet you never imagined that there could be little people pushing buttons and pulling levers, controlling their emotions, as is the case in Inside Out.

After coming across a strange looking pin, Casey Newton’s life is turned completely upside down.

Avengers: Age of Ultron definitely lives up to the prequel!

          Monkey Kingdom, directed by Mark Linfield and narrated by Tina Fey, is about how monkey Maya and her son Kip face many challenges and climb their way up the ranks

 
Nobody thought they could do it. No one had faith in them. But their coach did. With Kevin Costner starring as Coach Jim White, McFarland, U.S.A. is truly inspiring.

   Jupiter (played by Mila Kunis) has a horrible life in the movie, Jupiter Ascending.

 The magic is running out at the museum.

The remake of the movie “Annie” updates the original plot and adds a hip-hoppin’ African American Annie in today’s New York City.

Careful the things you say- children will listen.

Finally the third movie in the Hobbit trilogy is here!

No Turning Back takes you flying down snowy white capped mountain on skis, snowboards and even by parachute!