Calendar

Aug
20
Sun
A Hard Day’s Night
Aug 20 all-day
A Hard Day's Night

Opening August 11

 

Showtimes:

Sunday (8/27) 1 p.m.
Wednesday (8/30) 8:15 p.m.
Thursday (8/31) 5:30 p.m.

 

When it opened in September 1964, “A Hard Day’s Night” was a problematic entry in a disreputable form: the rock ‘n’ roll musical. The Beatles were already a publicity phenomenon (70 million viewers watched them on “The Ed Sullivan Show”), but they were not yet cultural icons.

Many critics attended the movie and prepared to condescend, but the movie couldn’t be dismissed: It was so joyous and original that even the early reviews acknowledged it as something special. After more than five decades, it has not aged and is not dated; it stands outside its time, its genre and even rock music. It is one of the great life-affirming landmarks of the movies.

92 min | G | Comedy, Musical

Directed by: Richard Lester
Starring: The Beatles!

 

 

 

THX-1138
Aug 20 all-day
THX-1138

Opening August 18
The First Film by Star Wars Visionary George Lucas

Showtimes:

Friday (8/25) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (8/26) 6:00 p.m.

 

George Lucas’s first (and most adult) picture outdoes “Brave New World” in painting a bleak, dehumanized future where every person is given pills to quiet emotions, eliminate sex drive, increase work production and prevent the questioning of authority. In the future, humans live in vast, underground cities, and free will is outlawed by means of mandatory medication that controls human emotion. But when THX 1138 (Robert Duvall) and LUH 3417 (Maggie McOmie) stop taking their meds, they wake up to their desolate reality of their own existence and fall in love with each other in the process. Love is still illegal in this Orwellian dystopia, and the act of making love has made both of them outlaws on the run from an army of robotic police.

88 min | R | Science Fiction, Drama

Directed by: George Lucas
Starring: Robert Duvall, Maggie McOmie

 

 

 

Aug
23
Wed
A Hard Day’s Night
Aug 23 all-day
A Hard Day's Night

Opening August 11

 

Showtimes:

Sunday (8/27) 1 p.m.
Wednesday (8/30) 8:15 p.m.
Thursday (8/31) 5:30 p.m.

 

When it opened in September 1964, “A Hard Day’s Night” was a problematic entry in a disreputable form: the rock ‘n’ roll musical. The Beatles were already a publicity phenomenon (70 million viewers watched them on “The Ed Sullivan Show”), but they were not yet cultural icons.

Many critics attended the movie and prepared to condescend, but the movie couldn’t be dismissed: It was so joyous and original that even the early reviews acknowledged it as something special. After more than five decades, it has not aged and is not dated; it stands outside its time, its genre and even rock music. It is one of the great life-affirming landmarks of the movies.

92 min | G | Comedy, Musical

Directed by: Richard Lester
Starring: The Beatles!

 

 

 

THX-1138
Aug 23 all-day
THX-1138

Opening August 18
The First Film by Star Wars Visionary George Lucas

Showtimes:

Friday (8/25) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (8/26) 6:00 p.m.

 

George Lucas’s first (and most adult) picture outdoes “Brave New World” in painting a bleak, dehumanized future where every person is given pills to quiet emotions, eliminate sex drive, increase work production and prevent the questioning of authority. In the future, humans live in vast, underground cities, and free will is outlawed by means of mandatory medication that controls human emotion. But when THX 1138 (Robert Duvall) and LUH 3417 (Maggie McOmie) stop taking their meds, they wake up to their desolate reality of their own existence and fall in love with each other in the process. Love is still illegal in this Orwellian dystopia, and the act of making love has made both of them outlaws on the run from an army of robotic police.

88 min | R | Science Fiction, Drama

Directed by: George Lucas
Starring: Robert Duvall, Maggie McOmie

 

 

 

Aug
24
Thu
A Hard Day’s Night
Aug 24 all-day
A Hard Day's Night

Opening August 11

 

Showtimes:

Sunday (8/27) 1 p.m.
Wednesday (8/30) 8:15 p.m.
Thursday (8/31) 5:30 p.m.

 

When it opened in September 1964, “A Hard Day’s Night” was a problematic entry in a disreputable form: the rock ‘n’ roll musical. The Beatles were already a publicity phenomenon (70 million viewers watched them on “The Ed Sullivan Show”), but they were not yet cultural icons.

Many critics attended the movie and prepared to condescend, but the movie couldn’t be dismissed: It was so joyous and original that even the early reviews acknowledged it as something special. After more than five decades, it has not aged and is not dated; it stands outside its time, its genre and even rock music. It is one of the great life-affirming landmarks of the movies.

92 min | G | Comedy, Musical

Directed by: Richard Lester
Starring: The Beatles!

 

 

 

THX-1138
Aug 24 all-day
THX-1138

Opening August 18
The First Film by Star Wars Visionary George Lucas

Showtimes:

Friday (8/25) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (8/26) 6:00 p.m.

 

George Lucas’s first (and most adult) picture outdoes “Brave New World” in painting a bleak, dehumanized future where every person is given pills to quiet emotions, eliminate sex drive, increase work production and prevent the questioning of authority. In the future, humans live in vast, underground cities, and free will is outlawed by means of mandatory medication that controls human emotion. But when THX 1138 (Robert Duvall) and LUH 3417 (Maggie McOmie) stop taking their meds, they wake up to their desolate reality of their own existence and fall in love with each other in the process. Love is still illegal in this Orwellian dystopia, and the act of making love has made both of them outlaws on the run from an army of robotic police.

88 min | R | Science Fiction, Drama

Directed by: George Lucas
Starring: Robert Duvall, Maggie McOmie

 

 

 

Aug
25
Fri
Mulholland Drive
Aug 25 all-day
Mulholland Drive

Opening August 25

Showtimes:

  • Wed (8/30): 5:30 p.m
  • Thu (8/31): 7:30 p.m.
  • Sat (9/2): 8:00 p.m.
  • Sun (9/3): 1:00 p.m.
  • Wed (9/6): 5:00 p.m.
  • Thu (9/7): 7:15 p.m.


 

Fashioned from the ruins of a two-hour TV pilot rejected by ABC in 1999, David Lynch’s erotic thriller careens from one violent non sequitur to another. The movie boldly teeters on the brink of self-parody, reveling in its own excess and resisting narrative logic. This voluptuous phantasmagoria is certainly Lynch’s strongest movie since “Blue Velvet” and maybe “Eraserhead.”
“Mulholland Drive” follows a woman (Laura Elena Harring) who’s left amnesiac after a car crash. She wanders the streets of Los Angeles in a daze before taking refuge in an apartment. There she is discovered by Betty (Naomi Watts), a wholesome Midwestern blonde who has come to the City of Angels seeking fame as an actress. Together, the two attempt to solve the mystery of Rita’s true identity. The story is set in a dream-like Los Angeles, spoiled neither by traffic jams nor smog.

147 min | R | Mystery, Thriller

Directed by: David Lynch
Starring: Laura Elena Harring, Naomi Watts

 

 

 

THX-1138
Aug 25 all-day
THX-1138

Opening August 18
The First Film by Star Wars Visionary George Lucas

Showtimes:

Friday (8/25) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (8/26) 6:00 p.m.

 

George Lucas’s first (and most adult) picture outdoes “Brave New World” in painting a bleak, dehumanized future where every person is given pills to quiet emotions, eliminate sex drive, increase work production and prevent the questioning of authority. In the future, humans live in vast, underground cities, and free will is outlawed by means of mandatory medication that controls human emotion. But when THX 1138 (Robert Duvall) and LUH 3417 (Maggie McOmie) stop taking their meds, they wake up to their desolate reality of their own existence and fall in love with each other in the process. Love is still illegal in this Orwellian dystopia, and the act of making love has made both of them outlaws on the run from an army of robotic police.

88 min | R | Science Fiction, Drama

Directed by: George Lucas
Starring: Robert Duvall, Maggie McOmie

 

 

 

Aug
26
Sat
Mulholland Drive
Aug 26 all-day
Mulholland Drive

Opening August 25

Showtimes:

  • Wed (8/30): 5:30 p.m
  • Thu (8/31): 7:30 p.m.
  • Sat (9/2): 8:00 p.m.
  • Sun (9/3): 1:00 p.m.
  • Wed (9/6): 5:00 p.m.
  • Thu (9/7): 7:15 p.m.


 

Fashioned from the ruins of a two-hour TV pilot rejected by ABC in 1999, David Lynch’s erotic thriller careens from one violent non sequitur to another. The movie boldly teeters on the brink of self-parody, reveling in its own excess and resisting narrative logic. This voluptuous phantasmagoria is certainly Lynch’s strongest movie since “Blue Velvet” and maybe “Eraserhead.”
“Mulholland Drive” follows a woman (Laura Elena Harring) who’s left amnesiac after a car crash. She wanders the streets of Los Angeles in a daze before taking refuge in an apartment. There she is discovered by Betty (Naomi Watts), a wholesome Midwestern blonde who has come to the City of Angels seeking fame as an actress. Together, the two attempt to solve the mystery of Rita’s true identity. The story is set in a dream-like Los Angeles, spoiled neither by traffic jams nor smog.

147 min | R | Mystery, Thriller

Directed by: David Lynch
Starring: Laura Elena Harring, Naomi Watts

 

 

 

THX-1138
Aug 26 all-day
THX-1138

Opening August 18
The First Film by Star Wars Visionary George Lucas

Showtimes:

Friday (8/25) 5:30 p.m.
Saturday (8/26) 6:00 p.m.

 

George Lucas’s first (and most adult) picture outdoes “Brave New World” in painting a bleak, dehumanized future where every person is given pills to quiet emotions, eliminate sex drive, increase work production and prevent the questioning of authority. In the future, humans live in vast, underground cities, and free will is outlawed by means of mandatory medication that controls human emotion. But when THX 1138 (Robert Duvall) and LUH 3417 (Maggie McOmie) stop taking their meds, they wake up to their desolate reality of their own existence and fall in love with each other in the process. Love is still illegal in this Orwellian dystopia, and the act of making love has made both of them outlaws on the run from an army of robotic police.

88 min | R | Science Fiction, Drama

Directed by: George Lucas
Starring: Robert Duvall, Maggie McOmie