The Philadelphia Inquirer
THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON 3 stars (Paramount, ’08) $29.98. 166 mins. Oscar-nominated film based on a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald about the life and loves of a man, born with the appearance and ailments of an 80-year-old, but who ages backwards. With Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Taraji P. Henson, Tilda Swinton. PG-13 (brief war violence, sexual content and smoking)
LAST CHANCE HARVEY 2.5 stars (Anchor Bay, ’08) $29.98. 93 mins. The bleak life of a jingle writer becomes promising when he meets a charming woman at the wedding of his estranged daughter. With Dustin Hoffman, Emma Thompson, Kathy Baker, James Brolin. PG-13 (brief profanity)
ENCHANTED APRIL (Miramax, ’92) $29.99. 95 mins. Two Englishwomen are reminded of how to love when they flee to the Italian Rivera to escape their boring marriages. With Josie Lawrence, Miranda Richardson, Alfred Molina, Neville Phillips. PG
For Kids:
IMAGINATION MOVERS (Walt Disney Video, ’09) $19.99. 110 mins. Smitty, Dave, Scott, and Rich – with help from friends Nina and Warehouse Mouse – use their imaginations to solve Idea Emergencies.
4 stars: Excellent; 3 stars: Good; 2 stars: Fair; 1 star: Poor.
(Videos without stars were not reviewed.) MPAA ratings: Motion Picture Association of America ratings are included for titles that received them. If the title was reviewed by The Philadelphia Inquirer, further parental warnings (violence, nudity, etc.) are included.
(CC): Closed-captioned.
–Compiled by Lloylita Prout

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