Liam Neeson reprises his role as someone who’s way angrier than you’d expect in the revenge-musical of the summer. When Ewen Drubble is hired as the local librarian in a sleepy New England town, no one suspects that he is a hit man forced out of retirement to do one last job. When a patron fails to return a late copy of The Happiness Project, mayhem, fines and dance routines ensue. Includes the hit songs “Kindle This!” and “Dewey Decimal Die,” with music by Sir Elton John and lyrics by a block of Havarti.
Barney Miller’s Crossing
The Coen brothers bring the beloved seventies police-station sit-com to the screen with all the characters you love but very few of the laughs. Instead, there’s wry quirkiness and obtuse symbolism aplenty to make you feel just sophisticated enough to convince yourself that you’re…
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