Thursday November 12, 2009
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Hi there Movie Clubbers,

We know you're aware that every fortnight your local Network store has more great titles for you to sink your teeth into. This fortnight is no different and we've got some magic to get us started.

If the words 'muggle' and 'mudblood' actually mean something to you, you must be a Harry Potter fan. In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Harry's (Daniel Radcliffe) adventures continue, this time surrounding the book marked with the message: This book is the property of the Half-Blood Prince. Oooh, scary! This is yet another Harry Potter epic filled with magic, mysticism and mayhem.

Speaking of mayhem, The Hangover will have you in stitches as a group of men attending a buck's night and Las Vegas combine to set up one of the funniest films of the year. Doug (Justin Bartha) and his buddies intend to have the night of their lives. That's fine until they wake up the next day minus the groom-to-be. This is the kind of hangover you never recover from! If you're still in the mood for laughs, Adventureland is one flick that'll give The Hangover a run for its money. Brainiac James (Jesse Eisenberg) is reluctantly working at an adventure theme park where he meets the girl of his dreams, Emily (Kristen Stewart) making for one fun-filled adventure!

Yes, we love our rom-coms and The Proposal is a must-see. Margaret Tate's (Bullock) life is perfect until the authorities threaten to deport her to Canada. To prevent this; she promotes Andrew (Reynolds) to the position of editor after he agrees to marry her. That's all well and good until the two start developing real feelings for one another. Uh-oh!

And that's just a taste of what we've got at your local Network store this fortnight.

See you in-store.
Ever wondered how young people in the late '80s spent their summer holidays? Maybe, you're just looking for a way to re-live your glory days. Either way, Adventureland is for you! Brainiac James (Jesse Eisenberg) has his sights set on spending his summer holiday
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The Hangover
Where better to set a story about male bonding and alcohol than Las Vegas? Doug, against everyone else's advice, is set to marry Tracy on Sunday. The 'mantrip' involves the groom, his two best buddies Phil and Stu and just to keep Doug in check, his future
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The Proposal
If there's one thing you can count on Sandra Bullock for thanks to films such as Miss Congeniality, it's a good old laugh. And teamed with funnyman Ryan Reynolds, we get two for the price of one in The Proposal. Margaret Tate plays an executive editor
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Four Holidays
Kate and Brad are a happily unmarried couple who avoid spending Christmas with their families and instead travel to exotic locales. But when they find themselves stuck at the airport and their flight to Fiji cancelled, they have no choice but to spend the holiday with their dysfunctional relatives.
My Sister's Keeper
Anna Fitzgerald looks to earn medical emancipation from her parents who until now have relied on their youngest child to help their leukemia-stricken daughter Kate remain alive. Based on the book My Sister's Keeper by Jodi Piccoult.
Terminator Salvation
John Connor is the man fated to lead the human resistance against Skynet and its army of Terminators. But the future Connor was raised to believe in is altered in part by the appearance of Marcus. Connor must decide whether Marcus has been sent from the future, or rescued from the past.

Also Showing
Is Anybody There?
The Open Road
Santa Buddies

Coming Soon
Ice Age 3
G.I. Joe
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (M)

Another year, another Harry Potter epic. Although, we were made to wait a little longer this time due to production delays. The sixth instalment of the most successful film franchise of all time may lack in the boom-boom-pow department that we've come to expect from the Harry Potter films but it more than makes up for this by exploring.
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Samson & Delilah (MA15+)

Australia has thrown up some great films lately with efforts such as Wolf Creek and Mary and Max. Samson & Delilah is no exception. Samson and Delilah's (first time actors Rowan McNamara and Marissa Gibson) world is small: they're part of an isolated Aboriginal community in the Central Australian desert. Samson spends a little too
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Winged Creatures (MA 15+)

It's everyone's worst nightmare: you're in a diner or café and a deranged person begins shooting everyone and anyone in his way. Winged Creatures follows how the survivors cope with everyday life after the tragedy. Anne (Dakota Fanning) starts preaching about God, Charlie (Forest Whitaker) heads off to the casino leaving
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American Dad: Season 4 (M)

CIA agent Stan Smith is back, stopping at nothing to make the world safe through right-wing democracy and provide for his outrageously dysfunctional extended family. God bless American Dad!
Assassins Creed 2 (MA15+)

The first Assassin's Creed game revolutionised the stealth-action genre, and now the sequel is here to expand on the original. Set in Venice around the time of Leonardo da Vinci, you play as Ezio, another member of the legendary assassin's guild. The combat system has been greatly expanded, making the sequel more action orientated. This is going to be a big hit like its predecessor.

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