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C2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, July 29, 2010 Entertainment IEVIEWS PICKS OF THE WEEK "Kick-Ass" (R) -- "Kick- Ass" is one of my favorite films of 2010 (after "Toy Story 3" and "Iron Man 2"). Based on the cult comic-book series, "Kick- Ass" is the story of a high- school nebbish named Dave (Aaron Johnson) who secretly decides to become a superhero named Kick- Ass. When someone with a phonecam videos Kick-Ass beating down a bunch of goons, Kick-Ass becomes a YouTube sensation and Dave finds himself taking on more and more danger- ous assignments. - Eventually, Kick-Ass comes to the attention of a local mobster (Mark Strong) and the teen finds himself over his head. Luckily, there are other masked vigilantes in town ready to come to his aid: Big Daddy (played to the hilt by Nicholas Cage doing his best Adam West impression) and 10-year- old Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz), a ruthless, vulgarity-spew- ing assassin. With its high-octane, ultra-violent set pieces, "Kick-Ass" definitely earns its R rating, and director Matthew Vaughn keeps the pace of the film rockin' like Dokken. If you're a fan of films like "Kill Bill" or "Robo Geisha," then you definitely need to check -out "Kick-Ass." "The Breakfast Club" (25th Anniversary Edition) [Blu-Ray] (R) -- This film about a group of high- school stereotypes bonding during a Saturday detention session made John Hughes the king of '80s teen-angst films, created the term "Brat Pack" and skyrock- Aaron Johnson as Kick-Ass eted Judd Nelson's flaring nostrils into superstardom. Special features include a 12-part documentary by the cast and other film- makers reminiscing about the making of the film and its impact on American culture, a commentary track with Judd Nelson and Anthony Michael Hall, and a documentary on The Brat Pack. "Elvis 75th Anniver- sary DVD Collection" (Unrated) -- This is a mas- sive, 17-disc collection containing 17 Elvis Presley films: "Jailhouse Rock, "It Happened at the World's Fair, "Kissin' Cousins," "Viva Las Vegas," "Girl Happy," "Tickle Me," "Harum Scarum," "Spin- out," "Double Trouble," "Stay Away Joe," "Speed- way," "Live a Little Love a Little," "Charro!," "The Trouble with Girls," "Elvis: That's The Way It Is Spe- cial Edition," "Elvis On Tour" and "'This Is Elvis.'" In addition to the fiims are a Concert book featur- ing photos from many of The King's live shows, 10 reproduction memorabilia items, and commentary tracks and making-of fea- turettes on many of the films. At a list price of $75 (you can find it for around $50 online), this is a rea- sonably priced collection for Elvis fans. TV SERIES "Saturday Night Live: Best of Will Ferrell" Volume Three "Hawaii Five-0" Seasons 1-9 "Victory at Sea" Deluxe "Edition "Heroes" Season Four "Monarchy" Complete Col- lection "Lytton's Diary" Complete Collection "Mercy" Complete First Season "Days That Shook the World" Season Three "The Real Ghostbusters" Vol 3 (c) 2010 Kin8 Features Synd., Inc. GetYour News Online Anytime TheJournal0K,c0m ii:!iii!!!i!:!i!ii!il ..... i!~!!ili:!iiiiii!iiiii!!~i!ii!ii~::!i: ~i!i!i!~!~ili;~ If you need a consumer, commercial or real estate loan, we're ready to lend you money! We have money to lend, 5 p.m. Noon 830 N. Main Street Perkins (405) 547.1199 Saturday 7:30 a.m. to Noon Member The Southern Plains Fiber Guild, who meets monthly at Pioneer Women Museum in Ponca City, will host FiberFes- tival 2010, October 10 through November 7, 2010. FiberFestival 2010 will celebrate fiber hand-art as well as the tools of the trade. Hand-art items will be compositions of 80 percent natural fibers such as and not limited to wools, silks, cottons, flax, jute, and ramie. Previous exhibits have included art work such as tatting, quilt- ing, basketry, hand and machine sewing, needle- point, crochet, weaving, doll making, lucet braids and knitting. The event is a juried art show for fiber enthusiasts of Oklahoma. This year's FiberFestival exhibit is hosted during October and November at the Ponca City Art Center, 819 East Central Avenue, Ponca City, Oklahoma Wednesday through Sunday 1-5 pm. Demonstrations will be held on selected weekends throughout the exhibit. FiberFestival 2010 pro- motes and celebrates the love of all fiber arts as a lasting legacy to future generations. This exhib- its aids education and encourages art to be seen as a practical part of daily life both as an historical representation and exist- ing creative expression. Fiber enthusiasts, from beginners to advanced, are encouraged to pre- pare items for the October competition. For more information, call Donna at 580.765.2388, or Judy Smith at 405-338-8921. Or visit our website at http: //groups.yahoo.corn/group/ southernplainsfiberguild/files/ Fiber%20Festival%202010/ rle GUTHRIE- The City of Guthrie is hosting the-perfect family event this upcoming weekend: the annual "Back Yard Bash" Children's Fes- tival featuring free activities such as inflatable slides, carnival games, bible stories, a petting zoo and live music. The festival will be held July 30-31 at the Cottonwood Flats just west of Historic Downtown Guthrie. 'q e heart of this effort is to link arms with others in our community to provide a fun and safe environment for the children of Guthfie and Logan County," Children's Festival Coordinator Bill Williams said. "Ultimately, we hope to sow seeds about the Lord Jesus Christ and encourage children and their families to become connected to a local church." 5:00-9:00 p.m. on Friday, July 30 and 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 31. Dinner will be served at 5pm on Friday and Saturday and lunch at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday. For more information about the 2010 Children's More than 2,000 children Festival or spending time attended last year' s festivities. All of the food and activities at the event are free and open to the public. The event is a collaboration between the Guthrie Chamber of Com- merce, local businesses, and local churches. The festival will be held from in Guthrie, please contact the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce at (405) 282- 1947; (800) 299-1889 or visitwww.guthrieok.com. For more information about the 2010 Children's Festival, visitwww.childrensfestival .info. O" Tues., August 3, 10:00 a.m. and 7 p.m. --Cimarron Valley Quilters' Guild meeting at First Church of the Nazarene. Guest speaker is Julana Winegarten from Bixby, discuss- ing how to choose colors. See www.CVQG.org for map and details. ...... i i!~~i~: ~i ...... #!~- .... ' :% N "The Long Horn Bud" ~ ....... 10-11:30 Lm. ....