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New to Paul Newman's THE HUSTLER? Benjamin Introduces Us to this 1961 Pool Player Classic!

So you heard that The Hustler is playing at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester on Sunday. Aside from the discounted price of $5.00 and Andy’s goodwill for picking great movies, what should one expect from a Black & White film from the early 60’s about pool players in New York City? 1,358 more words

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The Summer of Indie Cinema: The July Schedule

Here is a full list of upcoming screenings with Film Club at our local Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for the month of July 2015.  Click the link of the title below to purchase tickets!  1,037 more words

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Film Club: Porky's

June Film Club: Porky’s

The Film Club reconvened again this week for another edition in the monthly series held by What About the Twinkie. This time around we reviewed 1982’s comedy  38 more words

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Living Rara Avis: A Review of Albert Maysles’ Iris

Albert Maysles’ Iris was a way to capture as much of the “Rare Bird of Fashion” on film as possible to share with the world how a 93 year-old lives a life more exciting than most of the twenty somethings reading fashion blogs from their tablets and smartphones. 368 more words

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Film Club: Porky's

For this months edition of Film Club, new member Eric from the IPC was forced into picking our film for July. Keeping to type, Eric chose something trashy and full of debauchery, … 3,952 more words

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caragale reblogged this on Silver Screen Serenade and commented:

I may not have had the time to partake in this awesome edition of Film Club, but you should still totally read it because it was my buddy Eric's choice! :)

My Dinner with André - Cult or Anything But - A Review

For all the subsequent hoo-ha over its supposed stuffiness, the 1981 two-hander My Dinner with André is an experimental film. It’s also frequently burdened with the descriptor “theatrical,” a categorization ringing true in the stage backgrounds of its actors Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory, and further emphasized by the pair essentially working out their parts prior to the involvement of director Louis Malle. 585 more words

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