What are We Watching this Weekend?

by clarencecarter
August 5, 2005 7:58 AM
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If I can get out of here by 3:45, then I'll be heading straightaway to the Sunshine for some blockbuster art cinema: 2046. After that...maybe Stealth again? To answer filmenthusiast's question from last week: it's most certainly as funny in practice as I'd imagined.

And for all our loyal readers, that "we" above is meant for anybody who reads the blog--we're curious what people are seeing.

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  • filmenthusiast2000 | August 9, 2005 5:56 AMReply

    Raoul Walsh's REGENERATION at Museum of Moving Image--the closest thing the cinema has to Stephen Crane's 'Maggie: A Girl of the Streets' or 'How the Other Half Lives'

  • Cryptic Ned | August 7, 2005 3:12 AMReply

    Midnight showing of "Barbarella" here in Pittsburgh, and "The Beat that My Heart Skipped" tomorrow. And "Hustle & Flow" yesterday.

    Horrible movie season is over for the year! (mark your calendars for March through July of 2006)

  • robbiefreeling | August 5, 2005 8:14 AMReply

    Finally seeing 2046, as I vowed I would never see it on any of those various bootlegs that popped up over the past couple of years. Probably another showing of THE CONFORMIST or SARABAND.
    Also, it seems like DARWIN'S NIGHTMARE is a necessity. The importance of the subject matter and the necessity of its being on film might trump the moral dubiousness of catching it at the union-dubious IFC Center on Waverly.

    Then the weekend's wide open: catch up with MURDERBALL and HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE? Finally shell it out for BAD NEWS BEARS? Try to track down MY SUMMER OF LOVE? God, I go to the movies all the time...how am I so behind?

    And is it worth it to trek out to Pleasantville for BARRY LYNDON. We could make a day of it.....