Our Historic LanTex Theater has been entertaining Llano movie goers since 1927 starting with silent films. Many small town theaters have been torn down or do not offer movies any more. The City of Llano is very fortunate in having retained ownership of this anchor in the community. We have the Llano Country Opry once a month, the LanTex Film Society has a showing of Texas produced films, once a month, and on other week-ends Llano organizations have presented movies to raise funds for their various projects. The support and participation of the general public in the last few years for this endeavor has been a tremendous success and we hope to continue offering great entertainment in the future. This week-end, Friday February 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, February 18 at 4:00 and 7:30 we will show the very popular “War Horse.” All of the proceeds will go to benefit the LanTex for various improvement projects.War Horse is a play based on the book of the same name and is a children’s book by Michael Morpurgo. Adapted by Stephen Spielburg into a very popular movie and was shot entirely in England and stars Jereny Irvine, Emily Watson, and David Thewlis. In Devon at the outbreak of World War I, young Albert Narra-cott lived with his family on a leased farm. His beloved horse, Joey is sold to the cavalry and shipped to France. Joey serves in the British and German armies, befriends Topthorn (another army horse), and gets caught up in enemy fires. Death, disease and fate take on an extraordinary odyssey serving on both sides. Albert cannot forget Joey, and, still not old enough to enlist in the army, he embarks on a dangerous mission to find and bring him back to Devin. This is a wonderful and heartwarming movie, so come be entertained for the first time and again if you have already seen it. Popcorn, soda, and candy await you. See you at the LanTex this week-end.