THE WEEKEND ROUND UP (FEB 8 - 11)

THE WEEKEND ROUND UP (FEB 8 - 11)

Take your pick of a Burt Reynolds tribute, Jeff Goldblum classics, midnight cult faves and much more amongst our weekend picks. Be sure to check out what else is playing amongst the film houses playing the selections, and visit our theatres page to explore what else is showing in the world of cult faves and classics!

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15th

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THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY (1978 / 35mm Print)

Fri Feb 15th 6:45pm / Quad Cinema, New York City

When a rich woman's ex-husband and a tabloid-type reporter turn up just before her planned remarriage, she begins to learn the truth about herself.
Starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and James Stewart, and later remade as HIGH SOCIETY.

More info HERE

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THE APARTMENT (1960 / 4K DCP)

Fri Feb 15th 5pm / Phenomena Experience, Barcelona Spain

Among a robust ensemble of actors, Jeff Goldblum commenced his winning ’80s big-screen run with his snarking/charming turn as a People Magazine reporter who joins a reunion of now-thirtysomething college friends following the funeral of one of their own. Kasdan’s sleeper hit and Best Picture Academy Award nominee overflows with rue, ribaldry, reflectiveness, and a Motown-infused soundtrack.

More info HERE

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GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER? (1967 / DCP)

Fri Feb 15th 1pm / MOMA, New York City

Nicolas Roeg started his directing career with this auspiciously audacious film. PERFORMANCE stars James Fox as a violent London gangster who holes up in the home of a reclusive rock star (Mick Jagger) and experiences a psychedelic-induced transformation.

More info HERE

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SPELLBOUND (1945 / 35mm Print)

Fri Feb 15th 1pm 5:30pm / Metrograph, New York City

Artist William Blake (Johnny Depp) moves to the West to find a future, but finds trouble instead. With bounty hunters on his tracks, the walking Dead Man is lead on his spiritual journey to escape by an outcast native called Nobody. Hauntingly directed by Jim Jarmusch with a gritty, atmospheric score by Neil Young and beautifully austere black-and-white photography.

More info HERE

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WHITE LIGHTNING (1973 / 35mm Print) + THE LONGEST YARD (1974 / 35mm Print)

Fri Feb 8th 6:30pm / New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles CA

Another Double Feature in Film Forum’s series of 1970s comedy greats from an era where all the rules of film making were being broken.

More info HERE

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9th

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BATMAN (1966)

Sat Feb 9th 11:30am / North Park Theatre, Buffalo NY

$5 Tickets! Holy high camp! Experience the righteous action extravaganza that took the legendary 1960s Batman series leap from the TV screen to the big screen in glorious Technicolor with Adam West and Burt Ward as the caped crusaders.

More info HERE

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EARTH GIRLS ARE EASY (1988 / 35mm Print)

Sat Feb 9th 7:15pm / Quad Cinema, New York City

Reteaming with ace cinematographer Oliver Stapleton, JulienTemple again enlivened the movie musical, with loopy romance ensuing once furry aliens Jeff Goldblum, Jim Carrey, and Damon Wayans crash-land in Southern California and are given manscaping makeovers by beauticians Julie Brown (who co-scripted, adapting her previously released title song) and Geena Davis (whom Goldblum married mid-production). The score is by music titan Nile Rodgers.

More info HERE

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CRASH (1996 / 35mm Print)

Sat Feb 9th 9pm / Metrograph, New York City

“A masterful minimalist adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s 1973 neo-futurist novel about sex and car crashes,” per critic Jonathan Rosenbaum, David Cronenberg’s Crash is a concert of flesh and steel, a cautionary tale of machine age eroticism that doubles as an enticing invitation, with Spader as a film producer who, after a head-on smash-up, finds himself drawn into an underground society of men and women who fetishize auto collisions. The movie that gives a whole new meaning to “sex drive.”

More info HERE

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MOVIE PARTY: MOULIN ROUGE (2001 / DCP)

Sat Feb 9th 11:30am / Austin Alamo Drafthouse’s Mueller 4:30pm, Ritz 3:35pm, Lakeline 4pm & Village 9:40pm, all Austin TX

Baz Luhrmann’s extravaganza may be all about love, but until you've seen the movie, and sung the songs, and learned that lesson in a movie theater with 200 other heart-swept people, you'll never really know what it's like to be in love. Your heart will swell! Your lungs will burst! Your brain will explode with rainbows! Props for some special interaction, plus a Can-Can dance contest!

More info HERE

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10th

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THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR (1968 / DCP) + THE CINCINNATI KID (1965 / DCP)

Sun Feb 10th 7:30pm / Aero Theatre, Santa Monica CA

Norman Jewison-Steve McQueen Double Feature! In THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR, McQueen stars as a high-class bank robber who becomes involved with insurance investigator Faye Dunaway. In THE CINCINNATI KID, McQueen is an ambitious young gambler poised to triumph over master poker player Edward G. Robinson in Depression-era New Orleans.

More info HERE

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SMOKEY & THE BANDIT (1977 / DCP) + THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE IN TEXAS (1982 / DCP)

Sun Feb 10th 7:30pm / Astor Theatre, Melbourne Australia

The Astor presents a Burt Reynolds tribute Double Feature with back to back classics with the dashing mustachioed leading man.

More info HERE

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OLIVER! (1968 / 35mm Print)

Sun Feb 10th 2pm / New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles CA

Winner of six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, Oliver! remains one of the greatest and grandest movie musicals in cinema history. Updating the Charles Dickens classic via Lionel Bart’s blockbuster West End musical, the timeless tale is told through a series of unforgettable songs and dance set pieces,

More info HERE

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NOTTING HILL (1999 / DCP)

Sun Feb 10th 10:45am / Nitehawk Cinema, Brooklyn NY

Every man’s dream comes true for William Thacker (Hugh Grant), an unsuccessful Notting Hill bookstore owner, when Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), the world’s most beautiful woman and best-liked actress, enters his shop. Catch this romantic comedy as part of the Nitehawk’s weekend brunch screening.

More info HERE

MIDNIGHT MOVIES

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PULP FICTION (1994 / Quentin Tarantino’s Personal 35mm Print!)

Fri Feb 8th / New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles CA

From the archives of Director Quentin Tarantino, watch his game changing, and utterly quotable, 1994 art house crime caper via his personal 35mm Print.

More info HERE

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CRASH (1996 / 35mm Print)

Fri Feb 8th & Sat Feb 9th / Nitehawk Cinema, Brooklyn NY

As well as The Metrograph, David Cronenberg’s divisive feature of merging lust with car wrecks also screens at the Nitehawk this weekend, but in 35mm Print format

More info HERE

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DISCO GODFATHER (1979 / 35mm Print)

Sat Feb 9th / New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles CA

Put your weight on it! Rudy Ray Moore is the Disco Godfather, an ex-cop and nightclub owner of the raddest, baddest discotheque in town. When the scourge of angel dust threatens his community, he’ll have to become a martial arts wrecking machine, and partner with Carol Speed (The Mack, Abby), to rid the streets of “the whack.” Packed with unforgettable dance sequences, killer tunes, and hallucinogenic interludes, Disco Godfather can’t be beat!

More info HERE

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THE DESCENT (2005 / 35mm Print)

Fri Feb 8th / Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline MA

Neil Marshall's modern horror marvel, an incredibly unique and excruciatingly claustrophobic take on the vampire myth. One of the most terrifying movies of the last 20 years.

More info HERE

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MANDY (2018 / DCP)

Fri Feb 8th / Syndicated, Brooklyn NY

The enchanted lives of a couple in a secluded forest are brutally shattered by a nightmarish hippie cult and their demon-biker henchmen, propelling a man into a spiraling, surreal rampage of vengeance. A stunning homage to 80s horror with Nicolas Cage in full manic mode.

More info HERE

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NEKROMANTIK 2 (1991 / Digital)

Fri Feb 8th / Spectacle Theatre, Brooklyn NY

NEKROMANTIK 2 begins right where the first film disgustingly left off, but it’s not long before the film finds its own sickeningly romantic direction. Be warned, this isn’t for the squeamish.

More info HERE

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BIG (1988 / DCP), SILENCE OF THE LAMBS (1991 / DCP), SUSPIRIA (1977 / DCP), HANNIBAL (2001 / 35mm Print), POLICE STORY (1985 / 4K DCP).

Fri Feb 8th & Sat Feb 9th / IFC Center, New York City

**Note Police Story starts at 11:40pm // All films screen as single movie sessions.

More info HERE

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