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November 13, 2019

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  • 9:45 PM

    The Cotton Club Encore

    November 13, 2019

    Drama / 1984 / 139 minutes

    As he had done years earlier with the Apocalypse Now Redux, Francis Ford Coppola returns to one his epics with a new version, this time for his more maligned 1984 film The Cotton Club, retitling it The Cotton Club Encore. Adding 27 minutes of cut footage while excising 13 minutes from the original, Coppola’s revisiting of his jazz-era gangster story gives the film a welcome new dimension, bringing a better balance to the narrative that accentuates the racial element which was somewhat muted in the original release. But fear not, the things that were great are still present – namely Richard Sylbert’s sumptuous production design, the superstar cast – which features Richard Gere, Gregory Hines, Diane Lane, Nicolas Cage and Bob Hoskins – and Coppola’s unerring skill at delivering period drama and epic scope. With an equally stellar supporting cast that includes Lonette McKee, James Remar, Fred Gwynne and a newly added Jennifer Grey.

  • 7:00 PM

    Peggy Sue Got Married (35mm)

    November 14, 2019

    Romance / 1986 / 103 minutes

    Taking a break from epic filmmaking, Francis Ford Coppola surprised audiences with his lighthearted 1986 comedy Peggy Sue Got Married, a well-received diversion that minted Kathleen Turner as one of the decade's great leading ladies and helped get the director his groove back after the disappointing reception to the Cotton Club. The story of a dissatisfied suburban housewife who finds herself magically zapped back into her 1960 teenage existence, Coppola's winning wish-fulfillment fantasy trades heavily on nostalgia as well as Turner's undeniable charm, finding its humor in the conundrum of a middle-aged woman employing the wisdom of her years to reckon with teenage dilemmas and reconcile the path her life has taken. An enjoyable, adult-oriented companion piece to the previous years' smash Back to the Future. With Nicolas Cage, Joan Allen, Barry Miller, Catherine Hicks and Kevin J. O'Connor.

  • 9:15 PM

    Greener Grass

    November 14, 2019

    Comedy / 2019 / 97 minutes

    One of the more unusual satires to land in a long while, writer, director and leads Jocelyn DeBoer and Dawn Luebbe's Greener Grass is proving to be one of the surprise critical darlings of this year's indie crop. Set in a surreal, day-glo version of small town suburbia, DeBoer and Luebbe's debut feature concerns a pair of braces-wearing soccer moms – played by themselves – who, despite being best friends, find themselves locked in a passive aggressive battle of the wills, among a host of other bizarrely funny local occurrences. While most comedies that truck in suburban life target the absurdity of social mores and the dark side of the American dream, Greener Grass takes the idea to wild, hilarious extremes, matching the onscreen insanity with an equally oddball visual sense and giving DaBoer and Luebbe a perfect canvas in which to unleash their gloriously deadpan hilarity. With Beck Bennett and Neil Casey.

  • 7:00 PM

    The Cotton Club Encore

    November 15, 2019

    Drama / 1984 / 139 minutes

    As he had done years earlier with the Apocalypse Now Redux, Francis Ford Coppola returns to one his epics with a new version, this time for his more maligned 1984 film The Cotton Club, retitling it The Cotton Club Encore. Adding 27 minutes of cut footage while excising 13 minutes from the original, Coppola’s revisiting of his jazz-era gangster story gives the film a welcome new dimension, bringing a better balance to the narrative that accentuates the racial element which was somewhat muted in the original release. But fear not, the things that were great are still present – namely Richard Sylbert’s sumptuous production design, the superstar cast – which features Richard Gere, Gregory Hines, Diane Lane, Nicolas Cage and Bob Hoskins – and Coppola’s unerring skill at delivering period drama and epic scope. With an equally stellar supporting cast that includes Lonette McKee, James Remar, Fred Gwynne and a newly added Jennifer Grey.

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November 13, 2019