FLASHBACK CINEMA: CLASSIC MOVIES ON THE BIG SCREEN

SUNDAYS & WEDNESDAYS at 2PM & 7PM

At Palladium, Casa Blanca, Embassy & Cibolo.

 

AUGUST 18 & 21

THE BIG LEBOWSKI (1998)

“The Dude abides.” Jeff Bridges is Jeffrey (“The Dude”) Lebowski in this comedy about mistaken identity, kidnapping and bowling. Written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen and co-starring, Steve Buscemi (“Walter, what’s your point?”), John Goodman (“You cannot drag this negative energy into the tournament.”) and Julianne Moore. And yes, that rug really tied the room together. Rated R

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AUGUST 25 & 28

SOUTH PACIFIC (1958)

Romantic musical set in the South Seas during World War II, filled with glorious Rodgers & Hammerstein songs (“Bali Ha'i may call you…”) that will make you feel “younger than springtime.” Navy nurse Mitzi Gaynor is “ a cockeyed optimist” who’s “in love with a wonderful guy” (French plantation owner Rosanno Brazzi). (“Some enchanted evening, you may see a stranger...”) Not rated

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THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY (ALL 3 EXTENDED EDITIONS)

Director Peter Jackson’s landmark trilogy based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic fantasy novels, set in the mythological world of Middle Earth. (“In the land of Mordor, in the fires of Mount Doom…”) A ring, lost for centuries, must be found and destroyed to prevent the dark lord who created it from enslaving the world. Collectively the winners of 17 Academy Awards®, including Best Picture (The Return of the King), presented on the big screen with additional footage not seen in the original theatrical versions. (“One ring to rule them all…”)

SEPTEMBER 1 & 4

LORD OF THE RINGS: PART 1

EXTENDED EDITION Rated PG-13

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SEPTEMBER 8 & 11

LORD OF THE RINGS: PART 2

EXTENDED EDITION Rated PG-13

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SEPTEMBER 15 & 18

LORD OF THE RINGS: PART 3

EXTENDED EDITION Rated PG-13

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SEPTEMBER 22 & 25

THE MALTESE FALCON (1941)

Classic detective story from famed mystery writer Dashiell Hammett.  Humphrey Bogart, in his star-making role as private eye Sam Spade, is hired by a mysterious woman (Mary Astor) to find her missing sister. The plot thickens with the emergence of unsavory characters dying to get their hands on a priceless statuette of a Falcon. (“The stuff that dreams are made of...”) Not rated

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SEPTEMBER 29 & OCTOBER 2

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S (1961)

Romantic comedy/drama starring Audrey Hepburn as the stylish and free-spirited Holly Golightly, on her own in New York City where she is befriended by her neighbor (George Peppard). Hepburn’s dresses by French designer Givenchy helped make the star a fashion icon, and the song Moon River, by Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer, won an Academy Award®. ("Moon River, wider than a mile…") Not rated.

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