Grafton Movies Can Be Good For Your Grades…

Well, we are all back from a (hopefully) relaxing week off of school and stress. However, now we must crack down a catch up on that homework we meant to do while we were home and study for the upcoming exam week. It is a known fact that too much studying does more harm than good, so if you are looking for something to clear your head and help you re-focus your attention- stop by Grafton!

We have two great movies this week! At 7 PM we are showing The Time Traveler’s Wife. Staring Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana, this romantic drama centers around a Chicago librarian who can travel through time. The movie focuses on his attempt to build a stable relationship with his wife and her attempt to build a life around her unstable husband. Based on a book by Audrey Niffenegger, which I have heard that the movie stays very close to, it should be a relaxing break from all your stressful studying.

Due to a complication with our distributing company, we cannot show Inglourious Basterds. For more information check out the post by Katelyn. Instead of the war film, we are showing Gamer, starring Gerard Butler and Michael C. Hall from the hit show Dexter. This action thriller follows Butler, a star player in an online multi-player game, as he tries to overthrow the creator of the game and retake his independence. With over an hour and a half of intense action, this movie will definitely wake you up and get you pumped for another round of writing those papers!

Best of luck with these next two weeks- push through it and then you have a month of no work! You can do it JMU!

– Christine

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