Events for January 30th, 2011
Directed by Preston Sturges. US. 1948. NR. 105 min.
- Sun, Jan 30, 2:00 pm
In this, Sturges’ last major Hollywood production, he provided a masterpiece of black comedy. Rex Harrison stars as an egocentric symphony conductor who suspects his wife (lovely Linda Darnell) of having an affair. As he is conducting the works of Tchaikovsky, Rossini and Wagner, he imagines three devastatingly funny scenarios of revenge, including murder. More»
Directed by Andy Abrahams Wilson. US. 2008. NR. 104 min.
- Sun, Jan 30, 4:00 pm
Join us for a Q&A after the screening hosted by MontCoLyme.
A gripping tale of microbes, medicine & money Under Our Skin investigates the untold story of Lyme disease, an emerging epidemic larger than AIDS. Each year thousands go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, often told that their symptoms are “all in their head.” More»
Directed by Tom Hooper. UK. 2010. R. 118 min.
Fri, Jan 14 thru Thu, Feb 3 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
“The King’s Speech — directed by Tom Hooper, who made the 2009 football rouser The Damned United — is a direct and heartfelt piece of work. It’s conventional, maybe, in its sense of filmmaking decorum, but extraordinary in the way it cuts to the core of human frustration and feelings of inadequacy, reminding us how universal those feelings are. The picture’s fervent mouthpiece for those ideas is Colin Firth — in what may be the finest performance of the year — as Albert, the second son of King George V, who would go on to become a reluctant, stammering king. More»