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The Overnight - Opens July 3rd

 

In an attempt to acclimate to Los Angeles, a young couple spends an increasingly bizarre evening with the parents of their son's new friend.

 

"An unpredictably weird and delightful sex comedy, "The Overnight" has a sly take on contemporary coupledom." - New York Post.

 

"A perfectly cast quartet of actors buoy the slight, generally unpredictable antics of writer-director Patrick Brice's second feature." - Variety.

 

"An unsettling uncertainty gives emotional texture and depth to what could have been just another wish-fulfillment fantasy for frustrated thirtysomethings." - Slant Magazine.

 

80 min., Rated R.

 

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Boulevard - New York Film Critics Series

Sneak Preview Screening, One Night Only

Tuesday July 7th, Pre-show starts at 7:00, Feature starts at 7:30

 

Nolan Mack (Robin Williams), a soft-spoken bank employee, undoubtedly loves his wife Joy (Kathy Baker), though their cavernous empty house only underscores how disconnected they’ve always been from each other. Nolan finds himself drifting from his familiar present-day life in pursuit of lost time after meeting a troubled young man named Leo on his drive home. What begins as an aimless drive down an unfamiliar street turns into a life-altering series of events.

 

Tickets for this screening are $10 for Members and $15 for General Admission. No Cinema Center Passes will be accepted.

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Manglehorn

 

A strange and lonely man tries to come to terms with a past crime that cost him the love of his life.

 

"The finest performance Pacino has delivered in years." - Guardian.

 

"Rich and compelling performances from his actors, in particular his leading man." - HeyUGuys.

 

"For a character study, David Gordon Green can hardly do better than Manglehorn. It's a rustic film that capitalizes on the tokens of the past in a style that's less nostalgic and more endearing." - Consequences of Sound.

 

97 min., Rated PG-13.

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