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La La Land
Here’s to the fools who dream. And here’s to the movie lovers who join us to watch Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone dance and sing their way through iconic LA locales, pursuing their dreams and dealing with a crazy little thing called true love. This six-time Oscar winner bursts with the heart, joy, and exhilarating exuberance of great classic Hollywood musicals from a bygone era of filmmaking. But this feel-good, like-they-don’t-make-'em-anymore movie from wunderkind Damien Chazelle is also a stunningly thoughtful work of modern artistry that pleases even the people who would walk 100 miles to avoid a musical. Heck, it even makes the thought of being stuck in a traffic jam feel like a sun-kissed rhapsody. During the two hours you’ll spend under the stars in the “City of Stars,” your head will be lifted up there, too. And who knows...someone in the Open Space crowd could be the one for you.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:2016
Runtime:128 min.
Rating:PG-13
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Damien Chazelle
Produced by:Fred Berger
Gary Gilbert
Jordan Horowitz
Marc Platt
Screenwriter:Damien Chazelle
Editing By:Tom Cross
Linus Sandgren
Cast:Ryan Gosling
Emma Stone
Amiée Conn
Terry Walters
Thom Shelton
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Moana Sing-Along
What can we say except “You’re Welcome” for bringing Disney’s latest animated triumph to the Open Space—and in sing-along form, no less! Join us for the beautifully resonant story of a curious, kind, and strong princess (no, excuse us, daughter of a chief) who isn’t in search of a prince, but rather her own path. With a swaggering demigod and doltish chicken in tow, she sets sail on an adventure to save her people. Rich in Polynesian myth and culture, and featuring the vocal talents of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and the music of Lin-Manuel Miranda (of “Hamilton” fame), "Moana" will expand your horizons and—in true Maui style—steal your heart.
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Section:Open Space
Release Year:2016
Runtime:107 min.
Rating:PG
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Ron Clements
John Musker
Produced by:Osnat Shurer
Screenwriter:Jared Bush
Editing By:Jeff Draheim
Cast:Auli'i Cravalho
Dwayne Johnson
Rachel House
Temuera Morrison
Jemaine Clement
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to Open Space we go for the ultimate Walt Disney classic, a charming and tender take on the Grimm Brothers' fairytale about a princess, an evil queen, cute woodland creatures, a septet of diminutive miners, a poisoned apple, and a dashing prince. This groundbreaking masterpiece marked the first full-length animated film made in the US, and it was hand-drawn without any computer assistance, kids! You don’t need a magic mirror to see that one man’s vision and the painstaking work of 570 artists culminated in a peak moment of American imagination that helped establish animation as an art form and laid the foundation for a style that endures today (see Sunday’s “Moana”). Even the grumpiest among us will be dazzled by this film, which remains the fairest of them all. Featuring an introduction by Disney historian Leonard Maltin.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1937
Runtime:83 min.
Rating:G
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:David Hand
Produced by:Walt Disney
Screenwriter:Ted Sears
Richard Creedon
Otto Englander
Dick Rickard
Merrill De Maris
Dorothy Ann Black
Webb Smith
Editing By:George Cave
Bill Melendez
Ben Sharpsteen
I.J. Wilkinson
Cast:Adriana Caselotti
Roy Atwell
Stuart Buchanan
Eddie Collins
Pinto Colvig
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Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
Star Wars is the epitome of movie magic. Episode VII sent the world into a collective state of fevered anticipation, uniting us across generations, borders, and walks of life. It took us back home to our dear friends and introduced us to new ones with whom we immediately fell in love. It made a general out of a princess, and made us forget all about Jar Jar Binks. It brought us the engineering marvel that is the adorable robot named BB-8. And it was, however impossible it seems, as thrilling, euphoric, beautiful, and brilliant as we all hoped it would be. Yes, we’re showing the seventh episode in George Lucas’ epic space saga, Star Wars, on Saturday night. Darn right we are. Just five months and counting till Episode VIII, and the Force is strong with the Open Space.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:2015
Runtime:136 min.
Rating:PG-13
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:J.J. Abrams
Produced by:J.J. Abrams
Bryan Burk
Kathleen Kennedy
Screenwriter:Lawrence Kasdan
J.J. Abrams
Michael Arndt
Cinematography:Dan Mindel
Editing By:Maryann Brandon
Mary Jo Markey
Cast:Harrison Ford
Mark Hamill
Carrie Fisher
Adam Driver
Daisy Ridley
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Stop Making Sense
Mesmerizing. Beautiful. Awe-inspiring. Impossibly moving. The best dang concert movie of all time. We could fill an encyclopedia with the things that make this classic from the Talking Heads the collective favorite movie of many music lovers, but when it comes down to it, it’s as simple as this: “Stop Making Sense” is joy incarnate—pure exhilaration in cinematic form. It’s a film so good that even if you don’t know the band or the music being played, you’ll still be compelled to dance and marvel at a man (the brilliant David Byrne) who seems to have been transported to a state of bliss. So that’s why This Must Be the Movie for a special Monday night public test screening (no concessions, no frills)— an Open Space first—as we don our big suits to pay tribute to the late director Jonathan Demme and Burn Down the House. Does anybody have any questions?
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1984
Runtime:88 min.
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Jonathan Demme
Produced by:Gary Goetzman
Screenwriter:Jonathan Demme
Talking Heads
Cinematography:Jordan Cronenweth
Editing By:Lisa Day
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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Remember the rip-roaring aughts when America was obsessed with all things NASCAR? When yokels slathered in corporate logos captured our hearts and imaginations? No? Well, it really did happen, and praise Lord Baby Jesus, Will Ferrell was there to document it with this brilliant chicken-fried comedy about NASCAR driver Ricky Bobby (Ferrell) and his best friend (John C. Reilly) as they take on a despised Formula 1 racer (Sacha Baron Cohen). Can Ricky Bobby reclaim his manhood (by, you know, driving a car fast) and humiliate the Frenchman at the famed Talladega 500? While it may not have won the Academy Award for “Best Movie Ever Made” like “Highlander” did, this sports satire is a work of inspired absurdity so hilarious, you just might blow a gasket.
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:2006
Runtime:108 min.
Rating:PG-13
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
French
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Adam McKay
Produced by:Judd Apatow
Jimmy Miller
Screenwriter:Will Ferrell
Adam McKay
Cinematography:Oliver Wood
Editing By:Brent White
Cast:Will Ferrell
John C. Reilly
Sacha Baron Cohen
Jean Girard
Gary Cole
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What About Bob?
We feel good. We feel great. We feel wonderful about your People’s Choice vote this year. Take a vacation from your problems and spend a hassle-free night with this hilarious black comedy cult classic. Bill Murray plays Bob, a well-meaning basket case with an egotistical new psychiatrist, Dr. Leo Marvin (Richard Dreyfuss). On the eve of a month-long holiday, the doctor sends his patient home with his latest self-help book, thinking, "That’s that." But Bob is needier and cleverer than your average patient, and tracks down the good doctor and his family at their vacation home. As the control-freak doctor loses more and more of his cool with his clingy houseguest—and his family and friends grow more and more attached to Bob—Dr. Marvin begins to question his own sanity. And we'll question yours if you decide to miss Friday night at Open Space!
Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:1991
Runtime:99 min.
Rating:PG
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Frank Oz
Produced by:Laura Ziskin
Screenwriter:Tom Schulman
Cinematography:Michael Ballhaus
Editing By:Anne V. Coates
Cast:Bill Murray
Richard Dreyfuss
Julie Hagerty
Charlie Korsmo
Kathryn Erbe
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