The Royal Tennenbaums

One of the first films where we really start feeling the Anderson signature filmmaking style. This is a story about a big family and a whole smorgasbord of issues that arise from their physically and emotionally absent father. Featuring the biggest combination of on-screen talent of all his films, the performances are all incredibly poignant and carry all their own meanings. Plus, Alec Baldwin randomly narrates throughout the film which just gives it that shiny cherry on top. Thinking about this movie just brings back the emotions and the laughs that it consistently provides, making it an absolute highlight for movies released in the early 2000s. (2001, PG-13, 110 mins) Sat., Oct. 23 @ 4:30 | Tue., Oct. 26 @ 7:15 | Thu., Oct. 28 @ 6pm