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It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
December 24 & 27
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)(1946)
Frank Capra’s classic is a cherished Christmas tradition for countless families. Building & loan owner George Bailey (James Stewart) is all that stands between the people of Bedford Falls and the wicked miser Mr. Potter (Lionel Barrymore). When misfortune strikes on Christmas Eve, George realizes, with the help of an angel named Clarence, (Henry Travers) that he truly has a “wonderful life.” ("No man is a failure who has friends.”) Rated PG

Die Hard
December 31 & January 3
Die Hard(1988)
Is it a Christmas movie or isn’t it? Who cares? It’s one of the best action thrillers ever. Bruce Willis is New York cop John McClane, in LA during Christmas to visit his estranged wife Holly (Bonnie Bedelia). When the skyscraper in which Holly works is taken over by a murderous gang it falls to McClane to save the day. Alan Rickman is superbly sinister as the chief villain. (“Do you really think you have a chance against us, Mr. Cowboy?”) Rated R

Sabrina (1954)
January 7 & 10
Sabrina (1954)(1954)
Billy Wilder’s enchanting romantic comedy featuring three of Hollywood’s brightest stars. Audrey Hepburn is the chauffeur’s daughter, in love with the playboy son of a wealthy family (William Holden). Humphrey Bogart plays Holden’s all-business brother determined to stop the romance, only to become smitten with Hepburn himself. (“It’s as though a window had been thrown open and a lovely breeze swept through this stuffy old house.”)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
January 14 & 17
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets(2002)
Harry Potter and his friends return for their second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry New adventures abound, involving a flying car, giant spiders, an enchanted diary, as well as some new characters. Kenneth Branagh is hilarious as the vain Gilderoy Lockhart, author of “Magical Me.” ("Let me introduce you to your new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher…me!”) Rated PG

Alien (1979)
January 21 & 24
Alien (1979)(1979)
The ORIGINAL, from director Ridley Scott, about a spaceship stalked by an alien creature with a serious attitude. It’s the perfect blend of science fiction and horror (“In space no one can hear you scream”). Sigourney Weaver, in a star-making role, plays Lieutenant Ripley: tough as nails and with a healthy skepticism about taking extraterrestrial remains back to earth. (“This thing bled acid. Who knows what it's gonna do when it's dead.”) Rated R

Gone With the Wind (1939)
January 28 & 31
Gone With the Wind (1939)(1940)
This epic love story set against the backdrop of the Civil War received 10 Academy Awards® including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress (Hattie McDaniel). Vivien Leigh won Best Actress for her classic portrayal of Scarlett O’Hara, who goes from carefree southern belle (“Fiddle-dee-dee!”) to indomitable heroine (“Tomorrow…is another day!”). Clark Gable plays Rhett Butler, the charming rogue who pursues her. (“Frankly, my dear…”)

Gigi (1958)
February 4 & 7
Gigi (1958)(1958)
Winner of 9 Academy Awards® (the most for any musical), including Best Picture. Lerner and Loewe, the team that created My Fair Lady, collaborated on this romance set in Paris at the turn of the 20th century. Leslie Caron is the high-spirited Gigi and Louis Jourdan is the jaded aristocrat who falls for her. Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold perform a memorable duet in a movie filled with hummable songs. (“Ah, yes…I remember it well.”)