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Tests of bravery, tests of strength, and regular school tests are all on the horizon for the heroes of this week’s new free titles.

 

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It’s time to bend and snap back to 2001, when one plucky pupil in pink showed Harvard Law how to study in style. Legally Blonde is the cultural phenomenon that launched a sequel, a musical, and a fiercely fashionable fanbase.

 

 

Being the chief of police carries its own set of dangers and dilemmas, but being framed for murder isn’t standard procedure. With the local PD, the DEA, and his own homicide detective wife on his trail, one cornered cop is running Out of Time, fast.

 

 

A former CIA analyst thwarting a terrorist attack while on vacation seems like a case of right place, right time, but thing get more complicated when the terrorists want revenge. Sweat, tears, and plenty of blood will be left on the field in the Patriot Games.

 

 

Just like many sibling rivals, the two Conlon brothers have walked very different paths through life. Unlike most sibling rivals, their paths both end in the same mixed martial arts ring. Only one can be crowned the true Warrior.

 

LIVES UNEXAMINED

 

Documentary films can thrill, educate, disturb, and, perhaps most importantly, shed light on important stories that are not being told. The dedicated documentarians behind these works are determined to spread the word.

 

 

You may not recognize the name Doc Pomus, but if the words Save the Last Dance for Me or This Magic Moment ring a bell, you may have heard his work. A.K.A. Doc Pomus introduces the man behind the music.

 

 

North Korea is a nation perpetually making international headlines, but still shrouded in a fair amount of mystery to the average outsider. It takes a close neighbor, South-Korea-born filmmaker Soon-Mi Yoo to lift the veil with Songs From the North.

 

 

How do you begin to capture the unique experience of African American boys in the American education system? Following two of them through it for 13 years is a great start, and American Promise does just that.

 

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