This Week At The New Beverly
Our full April calendar is online!
Friday April 9
Two by David Lynch
2001, USA, 147 minutes
written & directed by David Lynch
starring Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, Ann Miller, Dan Hedaya, Justin Theroux, Brent Briscoe, Robert Forster
Fri: 7:30, Watch The Trailer!
Cannes Film Festival Best Director Award Winner
4 Stars - This works because Lynch is absolutely uncompromising. This is a movie to surrender yourself to.- Roger Ebert
It's a dark dreamscape that needs to be experienced, not explained
- Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
A gorgeously rounded picture, one that starts out with a glamorous come-hither wink and has the good grace to follow through, although perhaps not in the way we expect.
- Stephanie Zacharek, Salon.com
- plus on the same bill -
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
1992, USA, 135 minutes
directed by David Lynch, written by David Lynch & Robert Engels
starring Sheryl Lee, Ray Wise, Mädchen Amick, Dana Ashbrook
Fri: 10:20, Watch The Trailer!
Few of [Lynch's] movies are as pungently atmospheric and bleak as this one. But if Fire Walk With Me is among his messiest in terms of execution, in retrospect we can see how the film serves as a bridge between his '80s examinations of small-town oddness (Blue Velvet, the Twin Peaks series) and his later explorations of imperiled female protagonists (Mulholland Dr., Inland Empire).
- Tim Grierson, LA Weekly
Saturday & Sunday April 10 & 11
Please note that this is not a New Beverly presentation
Japan Film Festival
See www.jffla.orgfor more information
Saturday April 10
Amoeba Music & Phil Blankenship present
New Beverly Midnights
Gimme An F
1984, USA, 101 minutes - Not Available On DVD!
dir. Paul Justman, starring Stephen Shellen, Mark Keyloun, Jennifer Cooke, Beth Miller, Daphne Ashbrook
11:59pm, All Tickets $7
Extremely rare 35mm print of this nearly lost 80s cheerleader sex comedy - FIRST EVER revival screening!
Monday & Tuesday April 12 & 13
1972, USA, 100 minutes
dir. Sam Peckinpah, starring Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino, Ben Johnson, Joe Don Baker
Junior Bonner is really a gentle character study and a lyrical portrait of family, respect and integrity in the face of adversity. One of Peckinpah's loveliest and most personal films.
- Sean Axmaker, Turner Classic Movies
- plus on the same bill -
1997, USA, 154 minutes
directed by Quentin Tarantino, written for the screen by Quentin Tarantino based on a novel by Elmore Leonard
starring Pam Grier, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Forster, Bridget Fonda, Michael Keaton, Robert De Niro
9:30, Watch The Trailer!
4 Stars - This is the movie that proves Tarantino is the real thing, and not just a two-film wonder boy. It's not a retread of "Reservoir Dogs" or "Pulp Fiction," but a new film in a new style, and it evokes the particular magic of Elmore Leonard--who elevates the crime novel to a form of sociological comedy.- Roger Ebert
Director Quentin Tarantino's first full-length feature after 1994's phenomenally successful Pulp Fiction is every bit in the same class as his previous two films, and cements his status as a director of genuine style, intelligence and, in this case, warmth.- All Movie
Wednesday & Thursday April 14 & 15
John Milius double feature
The Wind and the Lion
1975, USA, 119 minutes
written & directed by John Milius
starring Sean Connery, Candice Bergen, Brian Keith, John Huston, Geoffrey Lewis, Steve Kanaly
7:30, Watch The Trailer!
Nominated For Two Academy Awards including Best Score Jerry Goldsmith
Milius puts dialogue in the mouths of his actors that sends chills down the spine when one is reminded that history is more or less repeating itself.- All Movie Guide
By turns amusing, compelling, and utterly preposterous, it remains an entertaining and surprisingly relevant film for our time.
- DVD Verdict
- plus on the same bill -
The Devil's 8
1969, USA, 97 minutes - Not Available On DVD!
directed by Burt Topper
written by John Milius, Willard Huyck & James Gordon White
starring Christopher George, Ralph Meeker, Fabian, Tom Nardini, Leslie Parrish, Ross Hagen, Cliff Osmond
Advance tickets may be purchased online through Brown Paper Tickets by clicking HERE. Advance tickets are not sold at the box office.
Currently, only general admission tickets may be purchased via this link. Discounted student, senior, etc. tickets may not be purchased in advance at this time. As always, any available tickets will also be sold at the theater box office the day of the event. Purchasing advance tickets is generally unnecessary for most shows, as the only programs that ever come close to selling out are special event shows with special guests, etc. Plenty of tickets are available at the door for nearly all of our programs.
16&17: Elevator to the Gallows & Le Cercle Rouge
17: Charles Bronson in 10 to Midnight
18&19: Lee Van Cleef in Death Rides a Horse & Sabata
22: Troma 35th Anniversary w/ Toxic Avenger & Poultrygeist
23&24: Never On Sunday & Irma la douce
24: Terror in the Aisles
25-27: Gone With The Wind
22: George Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968)
29: John Frankenheimer's 99 and 44/100% Dead
Schedule subject to change