Due to high interest in this movie, an additional showing of this Classic has been added at 9:20 pm. Please order tickets online or at the door.
Are you up for a zany spoof of airplane-disaster movies that will have you rolling in the aisles? “Airplane!” from 1980 is the answer, the movie that spawned such hilarious movies as “The Naked Gun.” Laugh every minute as you encounter an assemblage of types, including some of your favorite stars, such as Leslie Nielsen, Julie Hagerty, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
The showing is on Thursday, April 11 at 7pm. All seats are $8. Getting to the theater early is always a good idea–for a choice of seating and to order freshly-made food and drinks. You are strongly advised to buy tickets in advance at the box office or online.
Audrey Hepburn? The Cockney flower girl who is magically transformed, as a caterpillar into a butterfly, into the incandescent Miss Liza Doolittle.
But, here’s a completely different Hepburn, equally unforgettable. “Wait Until Dark” is a suspense film that keeps you guessing until the very end.
Hepburn plays a young married woman who has recently lost her sight in an accident. Fate involves her with some vicious criminals who are desperate to locate contraband that has gone astray. Hepburn, Oscar-nominated for the role, gives a subtle and powerful performance that puts you inside her head, as the plot takes complex twists and turns.
You won’t forget this movie!
The showing is on Thursday, March 14 at 7pm. All seats are $8. Getting to the theater early is always a good idea–for a choice of seating and to order freshly-made food and drinks. You are strongly advised to buy tickets in advance at the box office or online.
From the City of El Cerrito website:
In this special screening of Rising Waters with new footage from Super Storm Sandy, producer Come to a FREE SHOWING of this documentary about the physical and cultural impacts of global climate change. Andrea Torrice tells the personal stories of those communities that have already begun to feel the effects of global climate change. Hear from the producer, local leaders and other guest speakers, and contribute your voice to a regional community dialog. Following the screening, join the conversation at Nong Thon restaurant at 10086 San Pablo Avenue where refreshments will be served. There is a $10 suggested donation for food.
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