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Jul 31 - Aug 7
Thu 7/31
1:30   Le Chef
3:20   Words and Pictures
5:30   Snowpiercer
8:00   AltDaily presents Ferris Bueller`s Day Off
Fri 8/1
1:00   Boyhood
4:15   Boyhood
7:30   Boyhood
Sat 8/2
1:00   Boyhood
4:15   Boyhood
7:30   Boyhood
Sun 8/3
1:00   Boyhood
4:15   Boyhood
7:30   Boyhood
Mon 8/4
12:40   Boyhood
3:45   Boyhood
7:15   Mal Vincent hosts Auntie Mame
Tue 8/5
1:30   Auntie Mame matinee
4:15   Boyhood
7:30   Boyhood
Wed 8/6
1:00   Boyhood
4:15   Boyhood
7:30   Boyhood
 

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Matinee $7.00
Senior Citizens (65 & up) $7.00
Kids (12 & under) $7.00
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AltDaily presents Ferris Bueller`s Day Off
 AltDaily presents Ferris Bueller`s Day Off
FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."— Ferris. For the ultimate playing-hookie movie, ecperience come out on a summer-school night and dance to Twist & Shout with us. (1986, PG13, 103 mins)

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Le Chef
 Le Chef
All's fair in love and war, especially when the battles are dangerously delicious and terribly tantalizing! In the new comedy Le Chef, fate brings two chefs together and helps them along a journey through the intoxicating world of French haute-cuisine. Self-taught, aspiring chef Jacky (Michaël Youn) has the talent—but not the luck. Star chef Alexandre Lagarde (Jean Reno) is in danger of losing his reputation—along with his beloved restaurant. A legend in his own time, Lagarde is in serious conflict with Stanislas Matter (Julien Boisselier), the new CEO of the group that owns his restaurant. Matter is plotting to destroy Lagarde’s reputation so that he’ll have grounds to fire him and move the restaurant away from classic French cuisine towards trendy molecular gastronomy. Desperate to cling to his status as a Three Star chef (a rarity in the world of fine dining), Lagarde teams up with Jacky and together they try to find the balance between tradition and trend, as well as between family life and food obsession. Written and directed by Daniel Cohen. Partially subtitled. (PG13, 84 mins)

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Words and Pictures
 Words and Pictures
A witty romantic drama, Words and Pictures stars the engaging duo of Juliette Binoche and Clive Owen working together on-screen for the first time. Prep school English teacher Jack Marcus (Owen) laments his students' obsession with social media and good grades rather than engaging with the power of the written word. A one-time literary star, Jack has not published in years, filling his spare time with drink versus the art of language. He meets his match in Dina Delsanto (Binoche)—an abstract painter and new teacher on campus, who was once celebrated for her art. From the start, the two flirt and provoke each other with equal relish. With a performance review looming and his teaching job on the line, Jack hatches an inspired plan for galvanizing student interest in their studies: he declares a war between Words and Pictures, confident that the former can convey greater meaning than the latter. Dina and her art students accept the challenge between Jack and his English students, and the battle lines are drawn. Directed by Fred Schepisi (Six Degrees of Separation, A Cry in the Dark, Roxanne). (PG13, 116 mins)

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Snowpiercer
 Snowpiercer
Here is one of the most thought-provoking science-fiction movies in years. Brilliant, bloody and inventive, Snowpiercer has a great deal to say about social structure, class, fascism, capitalism, theism, man-made atrocities, and why wars are being fought and lost over controlling the means of production. Korean director Joon-ho Bong includes fitting nods to Oldboy, 2001, The Matrix, Blade Runner, Children of Men, and The Empire Strikes Back (among others). Bong’s assembled a solid cast here, as well. Chris Evans (Captain America), Tilda Swinton (all things Wes Anderson), Jamie Bell and Octavia Spencer. (R, 126 mins)



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Boyhood
 Boyhood
Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, the latest from writer/director Richard Linklater (whose last two films, Bernie and Before Midnight, were terrific) is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason (a breakthrough performance by Ellar Coltrane), who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. Starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as Mason's parents and newcomer Lorelei Linklater as his sister Samantha, Boyhood charts the rocky terrain of childhood like no other film has before. Snapshots of adolescence, from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between, become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years, from Coldplay's “Yellow” to Arcade Fire's “Deep Blue.” Boyhood has been garnering some of the best reviews of the year; it’s both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting. It's impossible not to watch Mason and his family without thinking about our own journeys. (R, 166 mins)

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Mal Vincent hosts Auntie Mame
 Mal Vincent hosts Auntie Mame
Mame Dennis always told us: "Life is a banquet, but most poor fools are starving to death." This is a banquet of comedy that is social satire at its most hilarious, based on a true-life character who lived through a Southern fox hunt, Pearl Harbor and the stock market crash—while partying all the way. Auntie Mame lived for flamboyant, sophisticated and witty excesses. Rosalind Russell stars in what is generally considered the movie that most convincingly dares us all to be individuals—and party every night. Russell, the winner of last year’s festival Best Actress award (for His Girl Friday) relishes her best part. Watch, too, for the Oscar-nominated supporting role by Peggy Cass as the pregnant Agnes Gooch. (1958, 143 mins)


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Rocky Horror Picture Show
 Rocky Horror Picture Show
The comedy/horror/musical turned cult classic stars Tim Curry and Susan Sarandon. All shows feature live cast performances by Norfolk's own Fishnet Inc. No props allowed--throw your imagination! Tickets go on sale about 1/2 hour before showtime; plenty of seats always available. Shows every 2nd and 4th Friday of each month and, of course, Halloween night each year, and additionally showing on the 5th Friday (if there is one) with proceeds benefiting Fishnet Inc. (R, 99 mins)

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