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SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS MATINEE & EVENING

 
Notebook, The
April 29 & May 2
The Notebook(2004)
Grab the Kleenex for this touching romance (and fan favorite) based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks. Framed as a story told by a man (James Garner) to a woman (Gena Rowlands) about young lovers living in the 1940’s. Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams won critical acclaim for their break-out performances as the young couple whose relationship is tested by war and class distinctions. (“I wrote you 365 letters…I wrote you every day for a year…”) Rated PG-13

Monty Python and the Holy Grail
May 6 & 9
Monty Python and the Holy Grail(1975)
British Comedy troupe Monty Python applies their unique brand of off-the-wall humor to the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. The actors play multiple parts, with Graham Chapman (“I am Arthur, King of the Britons!”), Terry Gilliam as the Bridgekeeper (“What…is your quest?”), Eric Idle as the Dead Collector (“Hang on, he says he’s not dead!”), and John Cleese as the incredibly determined Black Knight. (“It’s just a flesh wound!”) Rated PG

Sound of Music, The
May 13 & 16
The Sound of Music(1965)
“The hills are alive” with the sound of the most popular musical of all time and the winner of 5 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Julie Andrews is governess to the seven rambunctious children of Captain von Trapp (Christopher Plummer). Shot on location in Austria, the majestic Alps look awesome on the big screen and the unforgettable score by Rodgers and Hammerstein is full of favorite tunes. ("Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens...”) Rated G

Clueless
May 20 & 23
Clueless(1995)
A classic 90’s comedy about a “way-normal” teenager (Alicia Silverstone) growing up beautiful, popular and rich in Beverly Hills. She doesn’t date high school boys (“As IF!”) and hasn’t learned to park (“What’s the point? Everywhere you go has valet.”). Ex-stepbrother Paul Rudd is “kind of a Baldwin.” Hailed by critics as funny and smart, with dialogue that is way-quotable. ("He does dress better than I do…what would I bring to the relationship?”) Rated PG-13

Grease
May 27 & 30
Grease(1978)
Grease is STILL the word! Join John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John and the rest of the gang at Rydell High in the original high school musical, looking better than ever in a 4K Digital restoration. With a dynamite score (the album went multi-multi-platinum) that includes “Summer Nights,” “Greased Lightnin’,” “Beauty School Dropout” (performed by real life 50’s heart-throb Frankie Avalon) and “You’re the One That I Want.” (“I’ve got chills…they’re multiplying…”) Rated PG

Princess Bride, The
June 3 & 6
The Princess Bride(1987)
A cult classic and maybe the most quotable comedy ever made. The dashing Westley (Cary Elwes) is intent on rescuing the lovely Buttercup (Robin Wright) from an unhappy fate as the bride of Prince Humperdinck (Chris Sarandon). Mandy Patinkin is a fencing master (“My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.”) and Billy Crystal is Miracle Max, a medicine man with a talent for treating the “mostly dead.” (“Have fun storming the castle!”) Rated PG