Saturday, September 2, 2017

Saturday's TBAs / Quick Thoughts About Friday's Films

Here are the TBAs for Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017

Saturday TBAs

Masons Hall Cinema
3:00p, Land of the Free, 28 (program number), Cinephile
Le Pierre
3:30p, Arthur Miller: Writer, 19, Cinephile
4:15p, Lady Bird, 2
Masons Hall Cinema
7:30p, Great Expectations, 43, Cinephile
7:45p, Hostiles, 7a
Werner Herzog
10:00p, Loving Vincent, 15, Cinephile
Le Pierre
10:30pm, A Man of Integrity, 14, Cinephile
Masons Hall Cinema
10:30p, Faces Places, 17, Cinephile
Noon Seminar, Elks Park FREE
Sponsored by Participant Media
Moderated by Annette Insdorf
Is acting still the art, as Elia Kazan said, “of turning psychology into behavior”?
With Greta Gerwig, Tracy Letts and Gary Oldman


DOWNSIZING:  Liked not loved.  Seems a little longish.  Hong Chau is fab

DARKEST HOUR: Gary Oldman is amazing as Winston Churchill.   Rest of the cast is solid but Oldman gives a performance for the ages.

FACES/PLACES: Um, a film that was lauded at Cannes...maybe too much Varda worship.

Today's likely films: Lean on Pete, Lady Bird and Wonderstruck...then see how we feel.

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