May Day Boogaloo Presented by Rich Lee
May 1st at 7:00
Break dance around the Maypole this May 1 when Cinema Center screens both the classic bboy/bgirl films Breakin' and Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.
The fun starts at 7pm when we screen Breakin'.
After the movie ends there will music and break dance demonstrations from the areas best break dancers in the Spectator Lounge at 8:30. Who knows, maybe a battle or two will break out on the dance floor?
At 9:30, the sequel to end all sequels - Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo, will start. Special props will be given to those who make noise when Ice-T is spotted in one of his earliest roles.
Special beer and wine will be on hand for those of age.
Bravas will be on site!
$9 is all it will take to get you into all the fun.
Special thanks to Mr. Rich Lee for making this special event happen!
White God - Opens May 1st
Winner of the Prix Un Certain Regardíor for innovative filmmaking at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival
Favoring pedigree dogs, a new regulation puts a severe tax on mixed breeds. Owners dump their dogs and shelters become overcrowded. 13-year-old Lili fights desperately to protect her pet Hagen, but her father eventually sets the dog free on the streets. Struggling to survive, homeless Hagen realizes that not everyone is a dog’s best friend. With little hope inside a dog pound, Hagen will seize an opportunity to escape with a growing pack of canines and revolt against mankind. Lili may be the only one who can halt this unexpected war between man and dog.
"Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó downplays White God as a "genre experiment," but his film has real bite regardless." - Toronto Star
"A rousing creature-feature thriller and political allegory..." - Globe and Mail
"Director Kornél Mundruczó goes big with allegory, violence, drama and sentiment, and the results are riveting." - New York Post.
117 min., Rated R.
While We're Young
Noah Boaumbach's comedy While We're Young stars Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts as Josh and Cornelia, a childless New York married couple in their mid-forties. As their other friends all start having children, the couple gravitates toward a young hipster couple named Jamie (Adam Driver) and Darby (Amanda Seyfried). He's an aspiring documentary filmmaker, a vocation Josh already has. Soon the older couple begins enjoying the energy they feel hanging out with the younger generation, but eventually Josh begins to suspect his new best friend might not be as straightforward and trustworthy as he thought.
"Baumbach belongs in a select group of invaluable American directors. He makes movies built, increasingly, like traditionally structured studio comedies of an earlier age." - Chicago Tribune.
"This delicious satire about aging hipsters and their discontents is everything we've come to expect from the best of Noah Baumbach, as well as several things more." - Los Angeles Times.
"If you've been wishing you could see a good Woody Allen comedy again, you should check out Noah Baumbach's While We're Young, which sees the 45-year-old director moving in on Allen's territory - the Manhattan comedy of manners." - Globe and Mail.
94 min., Rated R