Events for September 29th, 2013
Directed by Sergio Leone. Italy. 1968. PG. 175 min. Paramount and the Academy Archive. 35mm.
- Sun, Sep 29, 2:00 pm
Henry Fonda was one of the most beloved leading men of the mid-20th century. He was especially well-regarded as heroes in such westerns as My Darling Clementine, The Ox-Bow Incident, The Return of Frank James, and others. But when Italian director Sergio Leone wanted to cast a major player to play a heartless, sadistic killer in what many feel was his greatest masterpiece, he did one of the best jobs of casting against type in the history of films – he chose Fonda. More»
Directed by Edgar Wright. UK. 2013. R. 109 min. Universal Studios. 35mm.
Fri, Sep 27 thru Thu, Oct 3 -- Roll over to view showtimes.
“That The World’s End features an impeccably curated soundtrack should come as no surprise. Ever since he cued up the Smiths’ Panic to herald a zombie outbreak in Shaun of the Dead, director Edgar Wright has proved himself a maestro of pop appropriation. The keynote track in his newest feature is Do You Remember the First Time? – a 1994 single by Britpop stalwarts Pulp that slyly describes the futility of trying to recapture early triumphs. It’s the perfect theme song for a movie about man intractably trapped in the past. More»