Thursday, September 18, 2014

New This Week (9/18/14)

Use the link in the titles or call the library to check availability and request these new items:

Captain America : The Winter Soldier (PG-13)
Following the battle of New York, Captain America, is living quietly, trying to adjust to modern life. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague is attacked, he is caught in a web of intrigue that threatens the entire world. Now Captain America, Black Widow, and the Falcon must join forces to overthrow their insidious enemy's most mysterious and powerful "weapon" yet: The Winter Soldier.

DCI Banks : Season Two (NR)
Detective Sergeant Annie Cabbott departs and Banks must learn to work with her replacement--the impossible-to-read Helen Morton--as he attempts to solve a whole new set of shocking cases. 

The Fault In Our Stars (PG-13)
Hazel and Gus share a sarcastic sense of humor, a distaste for the conventional, and ultimately a love that sweeps them on an unforgettable journey. Although the two teens face unlikely challenges, their courage and dedication to each other prove that while life isn't perfect, love can still be extraordinary.

Homeland : The Complete Third Season (NR)
As Carrie and Saul search for the truth behind the bombing of CIA headquarters, lines are blurred between friend and foe and no one can be trusted. While hiding a stunning secret of her own, Carrie helps recruit Brody for a dangerous mission that could offer him a chance at redemption. But when the plan unravels and Brody is targeted deep inside Iran, he must put his life in Carrie's hands, leading to a suspenseful and shocking finale.

A Long Way Down (R)
Four strangers decide to end it all on New Year's Eve. However, when they meet by chance on a London rooftop, they agree to halt their plans for six weeks. Along the way, they discover that even accidental, dysfunctional families make life worth living.

37 Days (NR)
A three-part political thriller, following the catastrophic chain of events which led from the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand on June 28, 1914, to the declaration of war between Britain and Germany 37 days later. This tense and gripping mini-series tracks the unfolding crisis through the eyes of leading politicians and diplomats struggling to prevent the world's first global war. 37 Days unlocks the mystery of the war's origins, overturning assumptions about its inevitability and demonstrating that World War One was neither a chance happening nor a foregone conclusion.

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