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Vol. LXII, No. 30
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
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Question of the Week:

“Have you seen any good summer movies that you would recommend or are there any that you haven’t seen yet but are looking forward to seeing in the future?”
(Asked at the Student Film Festival at the Library)


“I’m looking forward to seeing The Dark Knight, which opens tonight at midnight.”

Susan Conlon, Princeton Junction

“Just the other night I saw The Last Mistress, a French film. It was pretty good but not anything I would shout out about. I’m looking forward to seeing The Dark Knight.

Martha Perry, Hopewell

“I saw Wall-E and I loved it. It was really cute and the best animated movie I have ever seen. I also saw Iron Man, which was good.”

Anna Greenwood, Grover Avenue


“I have not seen one good summer movie yet. Get Smart was pretty bad. As far as in the future, strangely enough I want to see Journey to the Center of the Earth. It's an old film and I want to see how they remade it. I’m not expecting too much.”

Don Mann, Pennington

“The movie that I’ve seen and enjoyed is called Mongol. It’s the life story of Genghis Kahn from early childhood to just when he unifies the Mongolian Empire. It was beautifully filmed and the battle scenes were as real and as epic as those in Saving Private Ryan. I am looking forward to seeing The Counterfeiters, which is a true story about how Hitler used certain concentration camp survivors, who were expert engravers and counterfeiters. His plan was to flood the British and American markets with counterfeit currency in an attempt to destroy their economies.”

Howard Elisofon, Manhattan


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