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January 19, 2020

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  • 7:30 PM

    Bringing Out the Dead (35mm)

    January 22, 2020

    Drama / 1999 / 121 minutes

    The combination of director Martin Scorsese, writer Paul Schrader and star Nicolas Cage likely seemed like a potent one in 1999, and while that year's Bringing Out the Dead perhaps fell short of its pedigree, it stands as a fascinating work and one worthy of re-examination. Set in early 90s New York, the film chronicles a 56 hour period in the life of a graveyard shift EMT (Cage) in which the years of dealing with the dead and dying bring him to the brink of a full-scale spiritual and emotional collapse. Cage – taking a welcome step back from the blockbuster precipice – delivers the kind of edgy, manic and utterly compelling performance that put him on the map, and having Scorsese and Schrader back in the gritty milieu that birthed Taxi Driver is a thrill for any film lover. But what pushes the experience over the top are the disturbing, chaotic images that Scorsese, near the height of his power, unleashes in visualizing the descent of a man hurtling towards what will either be madness or redemption. With Patricia Arquette, John Goodman, Ving Rhames and Tom Sizemore.

  • 9:45 PM

    Pain and Glory

    January 22, 2020

    Drama / 2019 / 113 minutes

    A new film from Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar is always cause for celebration, and his 2019 film Pain and Glory is being met with the expected critical accolades. The 21st feature from the iconoclast director, Pain and Glory teams Almodovar regulars Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz to tell the story of a physically infirmed film director (Banderas) looking back on his life and career, from his immigrant childhood to his discovery of film and first love affair in Madrid, a journey of introspection that points the way to his spiritual and artistic salvation. A rich, personal work, the film finds the director at his most honest, eschewing his customary melodrama for the brutally heartfelt, while still treading fearlessly into graphic, bold places few filmmakers would dare to tread. In the lead Banderas delivers a contemplative, raw performance in what will no doubt be remembered as a career best, and Cruz, in a supporting but crucial role, is superb. With Asier Etxeandia and Nora Navas.

  • 7:00 PM

    Pain and Glory

    January 24, 2020

    Drama / 2019 / 113 minutes

    A new film from Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar is always cause for celebration, and his 2019 film Pain and Glory is being met with the expected critical accolades. The 21st feature from the iconoclast director, Pain and Glory teams Almodovar regulars Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz to tell the story of a physically infirmed film director (Banderas) looking back on his life and career, from his immigrant childhood to his discovery of film and first love affair in Madrid, a journey of introspection that points the way to his spiritual and artistic salvation. A rich, personal work, the film finds the director at his most honest, eschewing his customary melodrama for the brutally heartfelt, while still treading fearlessly into graphic, bold places few filmmakers would dare to tread. In the lead Banderas delivers a contemplative, raw performance in what will no doubt be remembered as a career best, and Cruz, in a supporting but crucial role, is superb. With Asier Etxeandia and Nora Navas.

  • 9:15 PM

    Dark Waters

    January 24, 2020

    Drama / 2019 / 126 minutes

    Inspired by a shocking true story, a tenacious attorney (Ruffalo) uncovers a dark secret that connects a growing number of unexplained deaths due to one of the world's largest corporations. In the process, he risks everything – his future, his family, and his own life - to expose the truth.

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January 19, 2020