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March 26, 2019

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  • 5:45 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 30, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

  • 8:20 PM

    Vice

    March 30, 2019

    Biography / 2019 / 132 minutes

    Redefining his career with the brilliantly cutting The Big Short, writer-director Adam McKay pulls off similar magic with his Dick Cheney biopic Vice, one of 2018’s most talked-about films. A smart, scathing look at America’s most shadowy and influential Vice President, McKay’s ace-up-the sleeve here is Christian Bale, unrecognizable under added body weight and flawlessly transformative make-up effects, bringing the quiet, unassuming and brilliantly manipulative Cheney to life with subtlety and nuance few actors could manage. Equal to Bale is Amy Adams as Cheney's wife, a woman cannily guiding her husband through the trap-ridden corridors of power, guaranteeing his influence while helping him maintain the well-groomed anonymity that defined his backseat reign. Despite the world-altering stakes and deeply troubling subject matter McKay's instinct for comedy remains intact, adding the wit and levity needed to make Vice a must-see of pitch black political theater. With Steve Carell and Sam Rockwell.

  • 10:45 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 30, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

  • 3:00 PM

    If Beale Street Could Talk

    March 31, 2019

    Drama / 2018 / 117 minutes

    Lauded as the first film to capture the narrative spirit of iconic black author James Baldwin, Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk has been one of the most highly celebrated films of 2018. Set in 70s New York and told in non-linear fashion, Jenkins' adaptation of the Baldwin novel concerns a young African American woman (promising newcomer Kiki Layne) who, along with the support of her close-knit family, attempts to clear her wrongfully convicted boyfriend (Stephan James) before the arrival of their first child. Seeking to upend the typically reductive depiction of black youth in cinema, Jenkins – fortified by the backbone of Baldwin's words – explores the heartache and joy of love's struggle against institutionalized racism, finding strength in familial bonds and grace in the poetry of life's small moments. It also helps that Jenkins has in his employ a stellar cast delivering top-shelf performances, including Regina King, whose turn as the outspoken family matriarch recently won her the Oscar. With Dave Franco, Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal.

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March 26, 2019