CRUISE ON DOWN TO THE CARIBBEAN
It’s National Caribbean-American Heritage Month. Take off for the islands with a film that is set in the Caribbean.
GET YOUR PRIDE ON!
Celebrate Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month with one of these great films from our collection.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Visit the great outdoors from the safety of your living room with one of these movies that showcase the wonder that is the wilderness.
FURRY FELINE MOVIES
In honor of Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month check out one of these movies that feature felines and opt to adopt.
GET FIT FAST
These DVDs are a fitness class and a personal training session in one! Whether you want to burn fat, build muscle, or relieve stress, these are the perfect workout DVDs to help you get in shape.
From the homefront to the frontlines, from coming home to being left behind, these military films give you a taste of what our troops go through on the battlefield and throughout their daily lives.
EXPLORE ASIA AND THE PACIFIC THROUGH FILM
Discover and celebrate Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with films that portray their history and culture in the United States.
Who doesn't love to solve good mystery over the course of an evening sitting in their living room, watching TV? Gathered here, like a police lineup, are some of the best mystery movies.
ART ON FILM
Try of these art related movies. From foreign films and documentaries to new movies and classics, one of these films just might inspire you to pick up a brush or a camera.
MOVIES AT LEAST 3 HOURS LONG
If you have a rainy afternoon with nothing else to do, watch one of these extra-long movies to help pass the time.
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH FILMS
Celebrate Women’s History Month this March with a movie that highlights the contributions of women to history and contemporary society.
Take one of these films for a spin and it may inspire you to set out on the road for an adventure on a motorcycle.
BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL
In movies, when characters acknowledge the presence of the audience, that’s called “breaking the fourth wall.” It can be as simple as staring straight into the camera or as elaborate as speaking directly to the audience. Which one is your favorite?