Events for November 28th, 2010
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. UK. 1938. NR. 97 min.
- Sun, Nov 28, 2:00 pm
Leave it to Hitchcock to take one of the hoariest of plots, “the mystery on a train,” and turn it into a rousing, witty and thrilling joyride. When a seemingly innocuous old lady (Dame May Whitty) suddenly vanishes from aboard a moving train, a young woman acquaintance (Margaret Lockwood) is amazed to find that other passengers claim to have never heard of her, let alone seen her. More»
Directed by Terry Gilliam. US. 1975. PG. 90 min.
Fri, Nov 26 thru Mon, Nov 29 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
Consistently listed by critics and fans as one of the greatest film comedies of all times, Monty Python and the Holy Grail is a very silly retelling of the epic story of King Arthur’s search for the Holy Grail. Along the way, King Arthur and his Knights come upon the Black Knight, the Knights That Say Ni, the Castle Anthrax, the killer rabbit, the bridge of Death, and more. More»
Directed by Tony Goldwyn. US. 2010. R. 107 min.
Fri, Nov 26 thru Thu, Dec 2 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
“Hilary Swank has a jaw built for gumption, and all her best characters — boxer, teacher, suffragette, transgendered teen — make use of that interesting stubbornness. Betty Anne Waters, the remarkable real-life crusader at the heart of the well-made biopic “Conviction,” is a worthy addition to the sisterhood. More»