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September 19, 2017

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  • 11:59 PM

    Leaving Las Vegas

    September 22, 2017

    Drama / 1995 / 112 minutes

    Distant as it may seem, there was a time when Nicolas Cage was a powerhouse actor, no film illustrating that fact more clearly than 1995’s Leaving Las Vegas. Written and directed by auteur Mike Figgis, the story – that of an alcoholic writer come to Vegas to drink himself to death – proves the perfect vehicle for Cage’s off-center, affable charm – an innate charisma that generates sympathy for a character hell-bent on destroying himself through inebriation. Elizabeth Shue matches Cage’s performance in depth and fearlessness, providing needed emotional ballast as the hardened prostitute who falls for this sinking ship of a man, offering him a last ditch chance at happiness. The film – nominated for multiple awards – won Cage a deserved Oscar for Best Actor and put him on the Hollywood A-list where he would reign like a mad king for over a decade. With a smoky, jazz combo score by Figgis himself as well as three songs courtesy of Sting, including “Angel Eyes”.

  • 4:00 PM

    Good Time

    September 23, 2017

    Crime / 2017 / 100 minutes

    Critics are abuzz about Robert Pattinson’s knockout turn in Ben and Josh Safdie’s Good Time, and for good reason; Pattinson is nearly unrecognizable from his Edward Cullen days, trading heartthrob smoldering for dirtbag desperation in a role that showcases the underestimated breadth of his range. A single night odyssey following a low-level crook as he tries anything and everything to get his developmentally challenged brother (co-director Ben Safdie) out of jail, the Safdies’ film is a mad rush of adrenaline, a harrowing, hallucinogenic journey into the New York underworld. Though the title may be a tad ironic, the bravura filmmaking and Pattinson’s re-defining performance ensure this as one good time you won’t soon forget. With Jennifer Jason Leigh and a propulsive soundtrack courtesy of Oneohtrix Point Never (with guest Iggy Pop).

  • 6:30 PM

    Stalker

    September 23, 2017

    Mystery / 1979 / 161 minutes

    His second foray into philosophical science fiction, Russian auteur Andrei Tarkovsky bests his stratospheric adaptation of Solaris with Stalker, a more earthbound but equally mind-blowing trip into the metaphysical. In the broadest strokes the film involves three men – the guide (the titular “stalker), a writer and a scientist – and the journey they make into a mysterious forbidden zone that has the power to manifest their deepest desires. What follows is an exploration of philosophical and psychological themes as the men discuss their beliefs and come into contact with the strange, surreal and self-reflective. Visually the film is a marvel, moving the viewer through rusted out post-industrial settings to lush, overgrown landscapes, outwardly manifesting the troubled inner world of the truth-seeking travelers, arriving at last in a place both transcendent and existentially terrifying. Adapted by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky from their own groundbreaking novel Roadside Picnic. New Restoration! DCP

  • 9:30 PM

    Good Time

    September 23, 2017

    Crime / 2017 / 100 minutes

    Critics are abuzz about Robert Pattinson’s knockout turn in Ben and Josh Safdie’s Good Time, and for good reason; Pattinson is nearly unrecognizable from his Edward Cullen days, trading heartthrob smoldering for dirtbag desperation in a role that showcases the underestimated breadth of his range. A single night odyssey following a low-level crook as he tries anything and everything to get his developmentally challenged brother (co-director Ben Safdie) out of jail, the Safdies’ film is a mad rush of adrenaline, a harrowing, hallucinogenic journey into the New York underworld. Though the title may be a tad ironic, the bravura filmmaking and Pattinson’s re-defining performance ensure this as one good time you won’t soon forget. With Jennifer Jason Leigh and a propulsive soundtrack courtesy of Oneohtrix Point Never (with guest Iggy Pop).

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