Events for September 6th, 2009
Directed by John Ford. US. 1956. NR. 119 min.
Sponsored by Halladay Florist
- Sun, Sep 6, 2:00 pm
Considered by many to be (along with the seminal Stagecoach) the greatest of all the many great westerns created by John Ford, The Searchers is an epic saga of a fanatical hero (played, of course, by John Wayne) and his relentless search for his niece (Natalie Wood), who was kidnapped by the renegade Indians that had slaughtered her family. More»
Directed by Sophie Barthes. US. 2009. PG-13. 101 min.
Fri, Sep 4 thru Thu, Sep 10 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
“Sophie Barthes’s clever metaphysical comedy Cold Souls has been dubbed “Being Paul Giamatti” more than once since its Sundance 2009 debut. But if comparisons to the films of Charlie Kaufman are inevitable, the similarities only go so far. Sure, Paul Giamatti plays “Paul Giamatti,” another “real” actor unwittingly embroiled in a mind/body conundrum; there’s a semi-futuristic doctor’s office that could sit next door to Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind‘s Lacuna, Inc.; and a comparable intellectual wit underscores much of the humor. But Cold Souls exists on a different, surrealist plane: more lyricism, less misanthropy. More»