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Drunktown's Finest - SOLD OUT

Jan 23 to Jan 27
Friday to Tuesday 6:15pm ONLY!

Dir. Sydney Freeland - 2014 - 92m - No Matinees

RUSH LINE TICKETS MAY BE AVAILABLE FOR THE TUESDAY JANUARY 27 SCREENING AT OUR BOX OFFICE STARTING AROUND 6:15PM BUT THERE IS NO GUARANTEES!

NOTE:  A SPECIAL ENCORE SCREENING HAS BEEN ADDED FOR SATURDAY JANUARY 31 AT 1PM!  ADVANCE TICKETS FOR THAT ENCORE SCREENING WILL BE AVAILABLE AT OUR BOX OFFICE STARTING TUESDAY JANUARY 27 AT 4:30PM !!

Three young Native Americans – an adopted Christian girl, a rebellious father-to-be, and a promiscuous transsexual – strive to escape the hardships of life on an Indian reservation.

About the production - Navajo writer/director Sydney Freeland began the journey to create Drunktown’s Finest in 2005, when she decided to take up the task of crafting an on-screen story that would accurately represent the variety of lifestyles present on the reservation she called home. Inspired by films such as Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Amores Perros, Sydney chose to create characters that reflected three dissimilar cultures found in her backyard – the macho, the LGBT, and the religious. Mentored by Legend Group Studios’ Ben Caswell, Sydney submitted an early version of the Drunktown script to Bird Runningwater with the Sundance Native Lab in 2009. When she was accepted into the Sundance Director’s Lab in 2010, Sydney shared the script with Robert Redford, who responded well to the material and, in early 2011, signed on as Executive Producer of the film.

The three storylines present in Drunktown were written and rewritten over the course of six years. When Sundance gave the script a thumbs-up in the spring of 2013, Sydney knew it was time to start shooting. Producer Chad Burris procured the necessary funding, and production began in July.

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The Humbling

Jan 23 to Jan 27
Friday to Tuesday 4:00, 8:15

Dir. Barry Levinson - 2015 - 107m

Screenplay by Buck Henry (The Graduate) and Michael Zebede, based on the acclaimed Philip Roth novel!

The story of aging, suicidal stage actor Simon Axler (Al Pacino) and his struggles to find passion for life again. Near his breaking point, he finds motivation in the form of a young and lustful lesbian, Pegeen Stapleford (Greta Gerwig), who has had a crush on Simon since childhood. As their relationship heats up, Simon has a hard time keeping up with the youthful and exuberant Pegeen. He feels more alive than ever before but with many disapproving people protesting their relationship, Simon must decide where his true passion lies. Starring Kyra Sedgwick, Charles Grodin, Dianne Wiest, Dan Hedaya and Nina Arianda.

"Al Pacino gives one of his best performances in years" - Vanity Fair

"Easily (Pacino's) best bigscreen performance since Christopher Nolan's Insomina." - Variety

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Why Don't You Play In Hell?

Feb 6 to Feb 7
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Sion Sono - 2013 - 126m - Japan - In Japanese with English Subtitles - An Alibi Midnight Movie Madness Event - $8 General / $6 Students with ids

Based on a screenplay he wrote nearly fifteen years ago, Why Don't You Play In Hell? is among Sono’s very best work, as his trademark excess and outrageousness is infused with an affection for the previous century of Japanese cinema. This is Sion Sono with his talent and unique vision completely unleashed.

There's a war going on, but that won't stop the inexperienced but eager wannabe film crew The Fuck Bombers from following their dreams of making the ultimate action epic. Ten years ago, yakuza mid-boss Ikegami led an assault against rival don Muto. Now, on the eve of his revenge, all Muto wants to do is complete his masterpiece, a feature film with his daughter in the starring role, before his wife is released from prison. And The Fuck Bombers are standing by with the chance of a lifetime: to film a real, live yakuza battle to the death... on 35mm!

Endlessly irreverent and wildly, hilariously visceral, Why Don't You Play In Hell? is a Tarantino-esque ode to the yakuza films of yore, and features an over-the-top, blood-soaked finale for the ages.

"From sudden zooms and abrupt freeze frames to lengthy tracking shots, slow-motion, and CG-enhanced fantasy interludes, Why Don't You Play In Hell? boasts an aesthetic insanity to match its uninhibited narrative." - Nick Schager, AV Club

"A deliriously gaudy celebration of the decline of everything (including Japanese cinema, film as a medium, and any notion of good taste), it plays like the improbable bastard offspring of Cinema Paradiso (1988) and Kill Bill (2003)" - Anton Bitel, Sight and Sound

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