For the people featured in this film body modification is more than a few tattoos and peircings. This eye-popping documentary offers the stories of people who regard augmenting their bodies as a way of life, whether for artistic reasons or out of pure vanity. The various extremities of body modification are depicted, from bodybuilding to extreme implanting. Contains graphic images, for mature audiences only. | Read MoreDocumentary
Haitian auteur Raoul Peck meticulously drapes the poetic across the political in his reflection on the universal malady of absolute power corrupting absolutely. Inspired by the last days of 19th-century Haitian king Henri Christophe but set in the 21st century in the palace of Port-au-Prince, Moloch Tropical unnervingly resonates in the contemporary moment across different leaders and nations—from Saddam Hussein to Bill Clinton. Special benefit screening for Handicap International. | Read More
Monica and David are in love. Truly, blissfully in love. They also happen to have Down syndrome. Alexandra Codina's affectionate and heartwarming documentary is an intimate, year-in-the-life portrait of two child-like spirits with adult desires. Supported (and, for more than 30 years, sheltered) by endlessly devoted mothers, Monica and David prepare for their fairy tale wedding and face the realities of married life afterward. | Read MoreDocumentary
Exhibitionism, voyeurism, jealousy, lust. Brooklyn wedding photographer Theo's (Chris Messina) side business shooting surveillance-style photos of clients on the sly takes an unexpected turn—and creates a rift with his fiancée (Rashida Jones)—when he's hired by a provocative mystery woman (Meital Dohan). The first narrative feature from Oscar®-nominated director Dana Adam Shapiro (Murderball), Monogamy effectively fuses an absorbing mystery-thriller and a taut relationship drama. | Read MoreDrama and Thriller
A thoughtful character study wrapped in a hi-tech sci-fi flick, Moon stars Sam Rockwell as the sole operator of a lunar mining base, living with only a computer robot (voiced by Kevin Spacey) to keep him company. Three years living on the surface of the moon, far from the touch of his wife and young daughter, has taken its tol—he's starting to hallucinate, touching off a thrilling chain of events that will shake his sense of identity to the core. | Read MoreThriller and Science Fiction
The man on the moon is bored. One day, he hitches a ride to Earth on the tails of a passing comet — an "attack from outer space"that sets the alarm bells ringing in the President's headquarters — and starts to explore the fantastical creatures and sights of a new planet. But all is not well — the Moon Man's absence from his post means that all the world's children are unable to sleep. Before the President can capture him, they must join forces to return him to his rightful place in the sky. | Read More
Based on the hit underground comic strip, this hilarious, gay romantic comedy follows the story of Ethan Green, an adorable 26 year-old professional 'assistant' looking for love in all the wrong places. Kitchy and fun, sexy and outrageous, Ethan Green is a sure bet for a good time that might just make your love life look downright easy. | Read MoreComedy
A recently widowed woman (Anne Reid) becomes involved with a much younger man, who had been dating her daughter, in this superbly acted drama from the director of Notting Hill. Alwin Kuchler's exquisite photography ably abets a screenplay by Hanif Kureishi (My Beautiful Laundrette, The Buddha of Suburbia) that intelligently probes its central character's predicament without descending into sensationalism. | Read More
One sweltering summer day in Manhattan, the streets explode into chaos as a rat-borne virus breaks out. With every bite, city dwellers turn into bloodthirsty, rodent-like creatures that violently attack other residents. Seven recently evicted tenants fight through the night for survival, as the city quickly spirals out of control.
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Join Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest of the Muppets on a delightful romp down the Great White Way! When the Muppets launch their musical Manhattan Melodies, they soon learn there is more to Broadway than the smell of grease paint and the roar of the crowd. Cleverly directed by Frank Oz—and featuring Dabney Coleman, Joan Rivers, Elliott Gould, Liza Minnelli, and Gregory Hines—The Muppets Take Manhattan is brimming with cuteness and fun for all ages!
Our family-friendly pre-show activities include face-painting, Muppet-themed trivia, sing-alongs, and fuzzy surprise guests! | Read MoreFamily Friendly
Contemporary teenager Dorothy (Grammy Award-winner Ashanti) joins the Scarecrow (Kermit the Frog), the Tin Thing (Gonzo), and the Cowardly Lion (Fozzie Bear) to fight off the Wicked Witch (Miss Piggy) as they journey to the showbiz capital of Oz in the hopes that the Wizard (Jeffrey Tambor) will make her a star! Also featuring Queen Latifah, David Alan Grier and Quentin Tarantino as himself! Admission granted on a first-come, first-served basis. | Read More