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Teen Review - Chasing Coral

June 9, 2017 | Teen Blogger | Comments (0)

Review by Shree, member of the Cedarbrae Youth Advisory Group

Chasing coralGoing into the theatre, I did not know what to expect. I was thinking this was going to be just like any other documentary, except about coral – a topic that does not really come up very often in everyday conversation. Minutes before the screening started, I was sitting among at least 2,000-3,000 other high school students under the dim lights of the humongous theatre hall, trying to relate to global warming, and climate change with beautiful and colourful coral that I had only known were found in Australia in the Great Barrier Reef until then – it was not until the movie ended that I became a bit more knowledgeable about coral.

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Teen Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

June 7, 2017 | Teen Blogger | Comments (0)

Guardian's of the galaxy volume 2 posterReview by Sharoon, member of the Cedarbrae Youth Advisory Group

The movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 was released in May of 2017. This movie is the sequel to the very successful first movie that was released in 2014. This movie follows this group known as the Guardians of the Galaxy travelling around the universe as they try to help Peter Quill learn about the mysteries about his parents.

The real story begins as the Guardians get on the nerves of this race known as the Sovereign, after Rocket Raccoon steals batteries from them. This leads to the Sovereign going after them, but luckily they are saved by Ego. Peter learns the truth about his family as he figures out that he has Celestial powers.

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Teen Review: Beauty and the Beast

May 31, 2017 | Teen Blogger | Comments (1)

Review by Naomi, member of the Cedarbrae Youth Advisory Group

Beauty and the beast movie posterWe’ve all heard the story of Beauty and the Beast. It’s a Disney classic and loved by many children around the world. The story tells of a charming prince who was turned into a huge beast and falls in love with a sweet village girl, which reverses his curse and turns him back into his original form.

Just recently, this wonderful Disney tale was made into a blockbuster movie that received a lot of love. Emma Watson, one of my favourite actors, starred in the movie. I took the time to go watch it with my family; I had very high expectations. However I felt that the movie wasn’t so great.

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Contest: Passes to the Advance Screening of Everything, Everything

May 11, 2017 | Debbie | Comments (0)

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Everything, Everything, based on Nicola Yoon’s #1 New York Times Bestseller, hits theatres on Friday, May 19, and we have passes to an advance screening on Wednesday May 17 @ 7pm at Scotiabank Theatre.

Enter to win passes to the advance screening by following our @tpl.teens Instagram account and tagging a friend in the comments of our Everything, Everything contest post on Instagram. The contest is open for 24 hours, from 1:00 p.m. on Thursday May 11 until 1:00 p.m. on Friday May 12, 2017. One entry per person. Must be between the ages of 13-19 to win. Please read the full contest details before entering.

About the Movie

From Warner Bros. Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures comes the romantic drama “Everything, Everything,” directed by Stella Meghie and based on the bestselling book of the same name by Nicola Yoon. What if you couldn’t touch anything in the outside world? Never breathe in the fresh air, feel the sun warm your face…or kiss the boy next door? “Everything, Everything” tells the unlikely love story of Maddy, a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who due to an illness cannot leave the protection of the hermetically sealed environment within her house, and Olly, the boy next door who won’t let that stop them. Maddy is desperate to experience the much more stimulating outside world, and the promise of her first romance. Gazing through windows and talking only through texts, she and Olly form a deep bond that leads them to risk everything to be together…even if it means losing everything. http://everythingeverythingmovie.com/

Place a hold on Everything, Everything today and read it along with the movie.  It’s also available as an ebook or eaudiobook

Full Contest Details

Enter to win a double pass to the advance screening by following our @tpl.teens Instagram account and tagging a friend in the comments of our Everything, Everything contest post on Instagram.

The contest is open for 24 hours, from 1:00 p.m. on Thursday May 11 until 1:00 p.m. on Friday May 12, 2017.

Eligibility:

  • Contests are open to all residents of the City of Toronto age 13 to 19 years, except Toronto Public Library Board members, officers and employees of the Toronto Public Library, Toronto Public Library Foundation and members of those individuals' families and their cohabitants. Winners will be required to present identification when claiming their prize.
  • Limit of one entry per person per email address or social media account.
  • Entering a contest signifies your acceptance of these rules.

Entry Period:

  • Entries will be accepted in the period outlined in contest posts.

Prizes

  • Prizes are as described in contest promotion. Each prize must be accepted as awarded. No cash alternatives, substitution or transfers of the survey prize will be allowed.
  • Odds of winning depend on the number of qualified entries received. Each entrant is eligible to win only one prize.
  • The prize winners will be contacted via email for blogged contests or by social media on the platform used for the contest. Winners agree that Toronto Public Library may use their names for advertising and publicity purposes without additional compensation.
  • Winner selections are final and the Toronto Public Library will not be contacting contest entrants who do not win prizes.

Privacy and Personal Information:

  • Each entrant will be required to provide Toronto Public Library with his/her name, age and email address for the sole purpose of contest administration.

General Rules:

  • Toronto Public Library is not responsible for computer system, hardware, software or program malfunctions or other errors, failures, or delayed computer transactions or network connections that affect contests or your participation in them. Furthermore, the Toronto Public Library is not responsible for:
    • lost, misdirected, misplaced, illegible, unintelligible, incomplete or late entries
    • any act, failure to act, or delay regarding the transmitting or processing of entries
  • Toronto Public Library reserves the right in its sole discretion to cancel or suspend all or any portion of contests without notice for any reason whatsoever, without any liability to you for any costs you may have incurred in respect to the contests.
  • Toronto Public Library is entitled to interpret these rules as required and its decision is final.
  • Contests are subject to all applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws and regulations. These rules are subject to change without notice in order to comply with any applicable federal, provincial and municipal laws or the policy of any other entity having jurisdiction over contests.
  • Any and all disputes arising from contests will be resolved in the courts of the Province of Ontario and are subject to the laws of that Province.
  • Toronto Public Library reserves the right to substitute contest prizes with alternate prizes of equal or greater value.

Personal information submitted in relation to this contest is collected under the authority of the Public Libraries Act, s.20 (d) and will be used to administer contests. Questions about the collection or management of personal information should be directed to the Privacy & Records Management Officer, Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4W 2G8, 416-395-5658.

 

Teen Review - Moana: The Perfect Disney Movie

January 5, 2017 | Teen Blogger | Comments (1)

Review by Vyshnavi

MoanaWhen one thinks of Disney princesses, they probably picture your average young white maiden, who is a magically talented damsel in distress. Said damsel in distress would obviously need a young, strong, powerful prince to save her. Not to mention both princess and Prince are drop dead gorgeous. How typical of Disney. Moana breaks all of these stereotypes.

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TOP 5 MOVIES TO WATCH THIS HOLIDAY

December 28, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

By Hannah, Runnymede Branch Youth Advisory Group member

You don't know what to do this holiday? You don't want to go out in this weather? Too lazy to read a book? The best thing to do is stay home and watch movies - let this post help you decide what to watch!  

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Everything, Everything Movie In The Works

November 22, 2016 | Helena | Comments (0)

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As the saying goes, anticipation is half the fun.  In that spirit, have you heard the good news that a movie is in the works for Nicola Yoon's smash hit Everything, Everything?  It's set for August of next year and will star Hunger Games actor Amandla Stenberg.  You might also want to check out Nicola's latest book The Sun Is Also A Star which, again, is a hit with readers, currently sitting at #6 on the New York Times Best Seller List, and critics alike.  Be sure to check out both books!  

DOCTOR STRANGE - movie review

November 12, 2016 | Teen Blogger | Comments (0)

Reviewed by Sohinee

Doctor Strange Poster*Spoiler ahead* (If you haven’t watched Doctor Strange why are reading this review?) All aboard the Marvel Cinematic Universe train, because there is no stopping it. The MCU released its 14th superhero movie on November 4. The movie starred Benedict Cumberbatch, Tilda Swinton, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams and Mads Mikleson just to name a few.

This is the first time Doctor Strange came to the big screen and the director and cast blew it away! Benedict Cumberbatch played the egotistical, anti-social, Tony Stark persona, Doctor Stephen Strange, a brilliant neurosurgeon who loses his hands because of a car accident. Strange spends the last dregs of his money to buy a one-way ticket to Kathmandu, Nepal, where an alleged healer, healed a paraplegic man. There Strange meets the Ancient One and dives into the world of magic and mystics.

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THE PROPOSAL reviewed

October 8, 2016 | Teen Blogger | Comments (1)

Reviewed by Sanjana, age 18

The proposalThe Proposal is honestly my guilty pleasure; I love it so much. It's funny, it's real, and it gives you a little "escapade" into someone else's life. It's great as a feel-good movie, and with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds (who, in case you didn't know, is Canadian), it was bound to be a blockbuster. So if you've had a rough day or a rough week, grab the pizza, grab the ice cream, and just have fun with this rom-com.

ROBOTS reviewed

September 6, 2016 | Teen Blogger | Comments (0)

Reviewed by Anita, age 16


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The past century brought to us one of the best advancements known to human civilization: animated movies. In an inspiring era of brilliant movies paved by studios like Disney and Pixar, all generations are guaranteed to have their heartstrings plucked by these inspirational and often tear-jerking movies. 

But hidden between the timeless classics of Lion King or Bambi, later smash hits like Frozen, and other beautiful films including Up, Zootopia, Big Hero 6, and more, are many amazing and greatly undervalued films. 

One such movie is the 2005 film Robots from Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox. It's a frequently overlooked feature set in a dystopian world of humanoid robots. It follows the adventures of Rodney Copperbottom, an adolescent robot who dreams of becoming an inventor and making the world a better place. The plot sounds fairly generic when described like that, but in reality, Robots is an extremely well made movie set in a fantastically sculpted universe with a great comedic plot. It also stars Robin Williams, the genius behind Genie in the Aladdin films, as the voice of Fender, a loveable red robot who just keeps falling apart. 

Past the jokes and well-played action also lies a deeper meaning of self-discovery and self-acceptance, beautifully portrayed in a movie that tells you: yeah life is pretty dang hard, but honestly, just follow your dreams, because otherwise, you're wasting it. 

And I completely agree with this message because seriously, what's the point of you being alive if you spend life being miserable? And there are no excuses, because dying while trying to accomplish your dreams is incomparably better than living a long, pointless life. 

But let's put aside my philosophical musings for another day. 

Robots is a funny, entertaining, and heartwarming film worthy of any animated film or Disney fanatic, and perfect for people of all ages who are looking for a genuinely good movie to watch. It's also capable of causing some strong feelings (I may have shed a few tears) so if you enjoy a good, hearty cry, that's another reason to watch this movie. 

If you haven't seen this movie yet, what are you waiting for? Go on!

Teen Game Review : Overcooked

September 3, 2016 | Christine | Comments (0)

Review by Chelsea, age 12
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Overcooked by Ghost Town Games is a fun, cooperative game for your and your friends! It involves a great amount of teamwork, quick thinking, and of course, cooking. Can you master the art of cooking and save your city by feeding the meatball beast?

The pros of the game are:

  • it will improve your communication and teamwork skills
  • you could learn some new cooking recipes
  • you'll have fun!

The cons of the game are:

  • it's not fun if you don't have a friend around
  • you should be prepared for lots of yelling and impatience at the beginning of the game

My friends and I spent hours playing this game! It's a difficult challenge: you have to make a selected amount of recipes within a period of time! In the beginning (or tutorial), a monster appears, and it's hungry. You and your friend(s) work hard to create many salads for the monster! When you're finally finished, the monster is still not satisfied. So, the man that you are with opens a time portal and all of you escape! He brings you back in time to learn the ancient art of cooking, so you can save the city when you're ready! Are you up to the challenge?

Suicide Squad: Reviewed

August 16, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

By Mackenzie, Runnymede Branch Youth Advisory Group member

Suicide Squad is a good movie but does not live up to all its hype. The movie is nothing like how the trailers make it look, which is pretty disappointing. Suicide Squad was supposed to be this year's big summer movie but failed to meet my expectations. The characters are wonderful, the idea of a group of villains working together is great, but the plot could have been much better.

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Ghostbusters: Reviewed

August 16, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

By Mackenzie, Runnymede Branch Youth Advisory Group member

 

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I was never really interested in the original Ghostbusters movies but something about the all female cast and controversy around the trailers drew me in to go see the reboot. I walked out of the theatre feeling great about the film because it was such an enjoyable and fun movie to watch. I was not expecting to like this movie as much as I did but I feel like this is a great modern take on the original Ghostbusters that teens will enjoy.

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Spoiler-Free Movie Review: Jason Bourne

August 14, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

  Written by Kevin, member of the Kennedy Eglinton Youth Advisory Group

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Starring one of the highest-grossing actors of all time, the fifth installment of the Bourne series will surely strike gold at the box office. Matt Damon once again stars as the character of Jason Bourne, a man suffering from extreme amnesia and trying to discover his true identity amidst of a secret conspiracy within the CIA. The movie, which released on the 29th of July, 2016, has already surpassed a total of 138 million U.S. dollars.  

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Movie Review: Captain America Civil War

August 11, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

Written by Kevin, member fo the Kennedy Eglinton Youth Advisory Group

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On May the 6th of this year, one of the most anticipated movies got released. Captain America: Civil War was that movie and man, did it live up to our expectations! Let's JUST say that Civil War thoroughly exceeded every fans' expectations. This movie completed what many believe to be the greatest superhero trilogy of all time. The Captain America franchise can be seen as the perfect example of how superhero movie series should be made. 

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Movie Review: Romeo & Juliet

August 10, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

Written by Lola, member of Kennedy Eglinton Youth Advisory Group          

 

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The Romeo and Juliet movie version I watched was made in 2013. The setting was in Verona, because in the play written by Shakespeare, he decided Verona would be the perfect place for this story. Some of the actors chosen in this stellar movie were, Douglas Booth as Romeo Montague, Hailee Steinfeld as Juliet Capulet, Ed Westwick as Tybalt and Paul Giamatti as Friar Laurence. I thought the movie was beautifully put together. In my opinion, the costumes fit the Elizabethan era perfectly! The acting was tremendously believable. I also appreciated how the director stayed true to the original plot; he did not add too many of his own ideas.

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What's On @ the Library - August 8-13th

August 8, 2016 | Monica | Comments (0)

Check out all the cool things happening at the Toronto Public Library this week, from the art of filmmaking to designing your very own video game!

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Movie Review: Dragon Ball Super

August 5, 2016 | Alice | Comments (0)

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Review by Yasir

Dragon Ball Super is a great anime (Japanese animated cartoons). DBS (Dragon ball super) is made by Akira Toriyama. DBS is the continuation of the previous series “Dragon ball Z.” If you haven’t seen it, then you are going to have a difficult time to understand it. If you know at least all main transformation/technique then you might understand it. There for now 53 episodes in DBS, and every Sunday a new episode is aired. This story is after the majin buu saga (last dbz saga). OOOh yeah, I forgot it is subbed not dubbed.      

If you want to watch it and you don’t watch the rest of the episodes (which you may regret it later on), I suggest you read this to know what is happening (it is till episode 53 since there is no more aired episode  until next Sunday):

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Two Movies: Reviews by Glody

August 5, 2016 | YAG Facilitator | Comments (0)

Secret life of petsThe Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets is an animated comedy movie about the daily life of various animals during their owners' absence during daytime. It starts with Max, a happy go-lucky dog who is severely attached to his owner, Katie. His world was going perfectly well until she brings a new "friend"---Duke, a larger dog, with whom he gets in conflict. However, after being targeted and captured by animal control and with no way of escape, the two lie to a bunny named Snowball about their ownership in order to be set free---on the condition that they join his cult. Now, Max and Duke must brace themselves to face the unexpected while trying their very best to find their way back home and escape it.

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Video Game Review: Black Ops 3

August 4, 2016 | Alice | Comments (0)

Call of dutyReview by Shane

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is another successful game made by Treyarch and Activition (Game developers who make Call of duty games). It is a first person shooter game.This game was released on November 6th, 2015 on platforms such as Ps4, Ps3, Xbox360, Xbox one and PC. I bought it the day it was released.

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Movie Reviews: Studio Ghibli

August 4, 2016 | Alice | Comments (0)

Studio ghibliReview by Maya, age 12

Are you tired of superheroes?  Finding Dory doesn’t catch your interest?  Can’t seem to find a movie worth watching?  Well, move over Disney, there’s a new studio in town! Studio Ghibli is a Japanese anime movie studio that has created many amazing movies ranging from younger- audience movies to ones that are best seen with your parents.  Many of these movies were directed by Hayao Miyazaki who co-founded the studio with another movie director, Isao Takahata.  Together, along with a whole crew of movie-makers, they have created many movies that will make you wonder why you ever watched anything else.

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What's On @ the Library : August 1 - 7

August 1, 2016 | Christine | Comments (0)

Happy Simcoe Day, everyone! I hope you are all enjoying your August long weekend, and doing lots of fun stuff with your friends. Speaking of fun, here is a list of some more great programs happening at the Toronto Public Library this week:

  1. Comics Jam!
    Tuesday August 2 and Wednesday August 3, 1:00 pm - 3:00pm

    at the Lillian H. Smith Branch
    Can't stop drawing? Join us for a two day comics jam! Sign up for Tuesday or Wednesday and unleash your fury of creativity on paper. With comic artist Rebecca Roher from the Centre for Cartoon Studies. For ages 13 - 20. Register in branch or by calling 416-393-7746

  2. Teen DJ Workshop with Scratch Lab
    Tuesday August 2, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    at the Malvern Branch
    Join Scratch Lab for a workshop that examines basic DJ Techniques as well as the evolution of mp3 software in the DJing world. The workshop will consist of a 2 hour info session where everyone will learn the basics of how to mix, match and scratch records, just like the pro DJs. Come out and join the fun and "Get Schooled" with Scratch Lab. Ages 13 - 19. Registration required, please call 416-396-8969 or visit Malvern Branch for details.

  3. Garden Club
    Tuesday August 2, 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm at the S. Walter Stewart Branch
    Get your hands dirty and join the S. Walter Stewart Youth Advisory Group as they plant, grow, and maintain the Library's Flower Garden. Drop-in. Teens 13 - 18. Meet outside the S. Walter Stewart Auditorium to collect tools and plants. For more information contact the branch at 416-396-3975.

  4. Teen Gaming Tournament
    Wednesday August 3, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
    at the Evelyn Gregory Branch
    Whether you're an experienced gamer or just looking to learn a few new tricks, our Teen Gaming Tournaments are sure to be a blast. Drop in to the library and challenge your friends to a game of Mortal Kombat or NBA2K. Maybe you'll even end up on our Gaming Wall of Fame. Prizes for the winners.

  5. Kerbal Space Program
    Thursday August 04 - Tuesday Aug 09, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
    at the Fort York Branch
    Start your own space program and reach to the stars! Kerbal Space Program is an award winning game that teaches players real-world physics and engineering skills as they attempt to explore the Kerbal solar system. This multi day program will start out with a tutorial, and then attempt a mission to the moon or even another planet.
    For more information: https://kerbalspaceprogram.com/en/?page_id=7
    For tweens and teens aged 11-16 yrs. Registration begins on July 25th. Register in the branch, or by phone at 416-393-6240.

  6. Improv Workshop
    Thursday August 4, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    at the Barbara Frum Branch
    Building Story Through Improv!
    Learn the basic techniques of improvisation with a Young People's Theatre Artist Educator. The session includes ensemble-based exercises focusing on the creation and development or new characters and original stories. Space is limited. Please register in branch or by calling 416-395-5441.

  7. Fabric Paper
    Thursday August 4, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm at the Don Mills Branch
    Create your own fabric paper in a few simple steps. Demonstration and materials will be provided. For ages 12 - 19. Space is limited. Please register in person or by phone at 416-395-5710.

  8. Silver Maple Art Club
    Thursday August 4, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm at the York Woods Branch

    Express yourself and learn visual arts techniques in the Silver Maple Arts Club. Explore and experiment with a wide variety of artistic materials while creating art true to you. Drop-In program

  9. Graffiti Art Drop In
    Thursday August 4, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at the Parkdale Branch
    In this workshop series, participants will be introduced to the world of graffiti art. Learn from a UNITY artist about letter structure, style and composition. Participants will be give step-by-step instructions on how to create their own unique graffiti pieces of art. This eight week drop-in program will lead up to the creation of a final mural project. Come to as many sessions as you can -- attend one, or attend them all. Ages 12 - 19

  10. Anime Screening -- Kiznaiver
    Friday August 5, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm at the Jane/Dundas Branch
    Bring your friends and enjoy a selection of anime straight from Japan. Please note: anime will be subtitled in English but spoken in Japanese. Anime shown will be for ages 12 and up.

Hope to see you all there!

The Conjuring 2 Review

July 25, 2016 | Youth Advisory Group | Comments (0)

    Recently I watched The Conjuring 2 with some friends of mine. Directed by James Wan, the movie is based on a true event that happened to a family in Enfield, England in the late 70's. While it was happening, nobody really knew the solution to it. It had many people wondering if it was true or not based on the phenomenon going around the house.

    This movie starts with a calm scenario – once you get introduced to the characters and the scene though, everything you previously thought of the movie changes. Two demons haunt two separate families with no relation. Strange things begin happening in the house; demolished furniture, coming to "real life" and the demons disrupting the family and every one in it. One demon is possessing a little girl name Janet while the other one is haunting another women as it wants her husband dead. Both of these demons have separate goals within the family, but they don't meet until the reporters contact them. Both families have a separate situation until they put the pieces together with all the clues they have received.

    Don't get me wrong – like every other viewer in the theatre, I didn't think The Conjuring 2 was going to be scary. But once I saw the movie, it had me terrified for a good week. The Conjuring 2 has some similarities to The Conjuring. They both include real life stories that happened to families around the world. This movie was really intense because it scares you when you least expect it, as well as when you expect it. Almost everything was on point with the movie, from the paintings to the destruction. Everything had a purpose. The movie was also shot nicely. There were moments where it focused on one specific shot while something else was moving in the background. You never knew where to look.

    This is by far one of my favourite scary movies to watch this year. If I could, I would watch it again and again. This movie is different from the other scary movies out there because it is based on a true story. If you do enjoy scary scenes (or terrifying for that matter), you should also visit the haunted house at the Albion Library in October.

    The Conjuring 2 is an amazing movie that focuses on terrifying its viewers. I strongly recommend watching this movie. I would rate it 7.2/10 stars.

Whats On @ the library July 25th - 31st

July 25, 2016 | Cameron | Comments (0)

Events_programsWant to know what is going on at the Toronto Public Library for teens this week: Check out the listing of programs below that cover programs and events from July 25th to July 31st.

 

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FAIRY TAIL : Anime Review

July 23, 2016 | Christine | Comments (0)

By Alvira

Fairy Tail Anime DVD Cover ImageAnime is NOT a cartoon!!!! It's a separate piece of work...just like books or movies. Just wanted to get that cleared. And the anime I would recommend would be FAIRY TAIL. It is the best anime to ever exist. It had me hooked from beginning to end, it's that good. Those who are interested in anime, you have got to watch Fairy Tail. It will leave you addicted and wanting for more. If you are a fan of Dragon Ball Z, Bleach, One Piece, and Naruto, then this is a MUST WATCH.

So head to the nearest library and try it out, believe me it's gonna be awesome.

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All of these anime are also available in manga format:

 Fairy Tail Manga Cover Image

 

 

Fairy Tail

 

 

 

Dragon Ball Z Manga Cover Image

 



Dragon Ball Z

 

 

 

 

Bleach Manga Cover Image

 

 

Bleach

 

 

 
 
One Piece Manga Cover Image



One Piece

 





 Naruto Manga Cover Image



Naruto is available both in regular print and in eBook format.

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