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Movie review written by Jon Patch with 3.5 out of 4 paws

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Walt Disney Pictures and Roth Films present a PG rated, 118 minute, Adventure, Family, Fantasy film directed by Joachim Ronning, screenplay by Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster with a theater release date of October 18, 2019.

Review written by Jon Patch with 3.5 paws out of 4

Fifty Shades Freed

Universal Pictures and Perfect World Entertainment present a 105 minute, R rated, Drama, Romance, Thriller, directed by James Foley, screenplay by Niall Leonard and based on the novel by E.L. James with a theatre release date of February 9, 2018.

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The Only Living Boy in New York

Rated R, 88 minute, Drama, in theaters on August 11, 2017

Review written by Jon Patch with 1 out of four paws

A Ghost Story

A24, Sailor Bear, Zero Trans Fat Productions and Ideaman Studios present an R rated, 92 minute, Drama, Fantasy, Romance film directed and written by David Lowery with a theater release date of July 7, 2017.

Review written by Jon Patch with 2 out of 4 paws


Warner Bros. Pictures, RatPac – Dune Entertainment and Di Novi Pictures present an R rated, 100 minute, Drama, Thriller, directed by Denise Di Novi, screenplay by Christina Hodson and David Leslie Johnson with a theater release date of April 21, 2017.

20th Century Fox presents: Why Him?
Runtime: 111minutes. Rated R
Opens December 23rd

Review written by Lexi Lapp

"If you love your dog, this is the most important book you'll ever read.” —Jane Velez-Mitchell, New York Times–bestselling author, Editor,
What Happens to Rover When the Marriage is Over?
And Other Doggone Legal Dilemmas
By Patti Lawson
Recipient of the Maxwell Award for Dog Humor Book of the year (Dog Writer’s Association) for her first book,
The Dog Diet.
Ten years ago, the term “animal law” hardly existed: it wasn’t used by lawyers, judges, courts, or even animal rights associations. Today, animal law is well-recognized, with both the American and Canadian bar associations devoting full chapters to the subject. If you are one of the 56.7 million American households with at least one dog, how can you be sure that you know all the laws that apply to your furry family members?
What Happens to Rover When the Marriage is Over? (Skyhorse Publishing; September 2016; 978-1-5107-1153-2; $24.99) is a witty, informative, and no-nonsense look at the everyday situations and issues—and their legal consequences—that affect dogs and their owners. Dished up with a good deal of humor, heart, and pragmatic counsel, every chapter covers a different issue that dogs and their pet parents may face at some time.

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Author Patti Lawson presents these issues conversationally—not couched in legalese—so every pet parent, grandparent, or sibling will know what to expect. With real-life stories and real court cases, this book covers topics people rarely think to ask about or research—until it’s too late:
 Fighting city hall when a dog runs afoul of the law
 The rights of pet parents to take their dogs on public transportation
 Providing for a canine companion after an owner’s death
 Keeping custody of their pet should they divorce or separate
 Confiscation of a pet by a humane officer if they violate a city ordinance
 Housing rights and those of their dog
 Breed-specific legislation
This is the go-to guide for keeping your pooch out of the pound and you out of court. Not to mention, it’s just plain fun to read!
About the Author
Patti Lawson is an award-winning author, lawyer, newspaper columnist, and public speaker. Patti’s first book, The Dog Diet: What My Dog Taught Me About Shedding Pounds, Licking Stress, and Getting a New Leash on Life, won the Dog Writer’s Association of America Maxwell Award for Dog Humor Book. In 2012, Patti was awarded the AKC Responsible Pet Ownership Public Service Award. She lives in Elkview, West Virginia, with her dogs Sadie and Rusty.
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What Happens to Rover When the Marriage is Over?
And Other Doggone Legal Dilemmas
By Patti Lawson
Skyhorse Publishing hardcover
September 2016 978-1-5107-1153-2 ǀ $24.99

Review written by Jon Patch with 3 paws out of 4

The Light Between Oceans

Heyday Films, LBO Productions, DreamWorks SKG, Participant Media, Amblin Entertainment, Reliance Entertainment and Touchstone Pictures present a PG-13, 131 minute, Romance, Drama, novel by M.L. Stedman, directed and written for the screen by Derek Cianfrance with a theater release date of September 2, 2016.

2oth Century Fox, Regency Enterprises, Artemple-Hollywood and Pacific Standard present an R rated, 149 minute, Drama, Mystery, Thriller, directed by David Fincher, screenplay and novel by Gillian Flynn with a theater release date of October 3, 2014.

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