Where to see a free movie around the Ogden area this week

Thursday , October 12, 2017 - 5:00 AM

ANN ELISE TAYLOR, Standard-Examiner Staff


Time and date: 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

Location: Southwest Branch

Description: “Bodi, a Tibetan Mastiff, is an aspiring musician who heads off to the big city to make it big. But it’s easier said than done and even though he gets a little help from his idol, the path to success is a wild and crazy ride,” the library’s website says.


Time and date: 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

Location: Ogden Valley Branch

Description: “DJ and his best friend Chowder must contend with a neighbor that hates children and steals their toys. But when the old man goes to the hospital, leaving the house empty, DJ witnesses the house come alive and “eat” a girl selling candy. The police become victims themselves when they arrive to investigate, so it’s up to DJ to find a way to destroy the heart and rescue its victims,” the library’s website says.


Time and date: 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14

Location: Pleasant Valley Branch

Description: “Count Dracula still runs Hotel Transylvania but now he has a half-human grandson, Dennis, who is about to turn 5 years old and has yet to grow fangs. In an attempt to encourage Dennis’s vampire side to come out, Drac takes him to a summer camp where young vampires learn to hone their abilities. But when he inadvertently puts Dennis in danger, Mavis threatens to take Dennis to California to live with the human in-laws. For Drac, this is a fate worse than death!” the library’s website says. 


Time and date: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17

Location: Ogden Valley Branch

Description: “The Ghostbusters are called on once again when strange events begin around New York City. As they investigate they discover a malevolent slimy substance running under the streets. They trace the source back to the Manhattan Museum of Art where a sinister painting hides a dark secret,” the library’s website says.


Time and date: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct.18

Location: Pleasant Valley Branch

Description: “Retired British Special Air Service Captain James Conrad is hired by the U.S. government to map a small island called “Skull Island”. The members of the team soon encounter monstrous creatures that inhabit the jungle including the island’s protector, a giant ape called Kong by the natives,” the library’s website says.

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