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July 15, 2017

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  • 4:00 PM

    The Warriors

    July 15, 2017

    Action / 1979 / 92 minutes

    A turf battle between New York City street gangs that rages from Coney Island to the Bronx. The Warriors are mistakenly fingered for the killing of a gang leader. Soon they have every gang in the city out to get revenge and they must make their way across the city to their own turf.Being in a gang never looked as cool as it does in Walter Hill’s hyper-stylized cult-classic The Warriors. By painting the concept of street gangs with a comic book sensibility, Hill creates a fantasy version of 70s New York without sacrificing his trademark grit and machismo, a thrilling backdrop populated by colorful archetypes. Michael Beck plays Swan, the torso-bearing leader of the Warriors, a Coney Island gang framed for the death of a figurehead that was attempting to bring NYC’s vast gang population under one leadership. What follows is a nightmare escape back to the gang’s home turf as they fend off outlandishly attired gangs with wits and whatever weapons they have at their disposal. Aside from skillful action, Hill is a master of tension and setting, imbuing every back alley and subway station with a real sense of menace. Pulsing with great 70s rock and soul cuts, including Joe Walsh’s “In the City” and “Nowhere to Run” by Arnold McCuller. Warriors, come out to play!

  • 5:45 PM

    Jaws

    July 15, 2017

    Thriller / 1975 / 124 minutes

    Ground zero for the modern blockbuster and the template from which all man vs beast films would forever be built upon, Steven Spielberg’s Jaws is a landmark film of our times on many levels. A masterclass of suspense and just plain great filmmaking, Spielberg, along with screenwriter Carl Gottlieb, whittle Peter Benchley’s best-seller down to its bare elements, focusing the story on how three men from vastly different backgrounds join together to take down the monster shark terrorizing a summer tourist community. It helps that Spielberg has 3 powerhouse leads in Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss and the incomparable Robert Shaw, who turns a salty sea captain character into an icon for the ages. And speaking of iconic; the throbbing, dah-dum dah-dum John Williams theme is still hummed by kids on beaches to this day. The definition of a perennial, no summer is complete without a viewing of the original Jaws, preferably a nice, dry movie theater far from the water!

  • 8:00 PM

    The Warriors

    July 15, 2017

    Action / 1979 / 92 minutes

    Being in a gang never looked as cool as it does in Walter Hill’s hyper-stylized cult-classic The Warriors. By painting the concept of street gangs with a comic book sensibility, Hill creates a fantasy version of 70s New York without sacrificing his trademark grit and machismo, a thrilling backdrop populated by colorful archetypes. Michael Beck plays Swan, the torso-bearing leader of the Warriors, a Coney Island gang framed for the death of a figurehead that was attempting to bring NYC’s vast gang population under one leadership. What follows is a nightmare escape back to the gang’s home turf as they fend off outlandishly attired gangs with wits and whatever weapons they have at their disposal. Aside from skillful action, Hill is a master of tension and setting, imbuing every back alley and subway station with a real sense of menace. Pulsing with great 70s rock and soul cuts, including Joe Walsh’s “In the City” and “Nowhere to Run” by Arnold McCuller. Warriors, come out to play!

  • 9:45 PM

    Jaws

    July 15, 2017

    Thriller / 1975 / 124 minutes

    Ground zero for the modern blockbuster and the template from which all man vs beast films would forever be built upon, Steven Spielberg’s Jaws is a landmark film of our times on many levels. A masterclass of suspense and just plain great filmmaking, Spielberg, along with screenwriter Carl Gottlieb, whittle Peter Benchley’s best-seller down to its bare elements, focusing the story on how three men from vastly different backgrounds join together to take down the monster shark terrorizing a summer tourist community. It helps that Spielberg has 3 powerhouse leads in Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss and the incomparable Robert Shaw, who turns a salty sea captain character into an icon for the ages. And speaking of iconic; the throbbing, dah-dum dah-dum John Williams theme is still hummed by kids on beaches to this day. The definition of a perennial, no summer is complete without a viewing of the original Jaws, preferably a nice, dry movie theater far from the water!

  • 11:59 PM

    Meatballs II

    July 15, 2017

    Comedy / 1984 / 87 minutes

    Minus Bill Murray and Ivan Reitman, who by 1984 had gone off to greener pastures, Meatballs, Part II is an in-name-only sequel that forges its own way into the summer camp comedy genre started by its predecessor. This time the off-the-wall shenanigans take place at Camp Sasquatch, where the head counselor (Richard Mulligan) is trying to keep his camp from the greedy clutches of a wealthy competitor. Other madcap plots help fill out the summertime silliness, the most bizarre of which involves campers hiding a space alien – clearly inspired by the success of E.T. two summers prior – from the adult counselors. It’s the sort of anything goes insanity that makes 80s B comedies so uniquely enjoyable, a worthy screwball excursion for the summer camp movie enthusiast. With Kim Richards, John Larroquette and a pre-Pee Wee Paul Reubens.

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July 15, 2017