Cult Cinema

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One night only! "Rarely have on-screen teens felt this authentic. They bluster, bicker and trade horrible insults, then suddenly expose their most guarded feelings." - Newsday

“The classic 80s film, The Breakfast Club strands five archetypal teenagers — played by Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy — in a high school library for an all-day detention session. Left to their own devices, the kids move beyond an initial hostility to work through their anxieties with frankness and mutual recognition.

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Hal Ashby's eccentric dark comedy. A classic of early 70s American cinema, with a superlative Cat Stevens' soundtrack.

Part of our ongoing Cult Cinema series.

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“Ridley Scott's Blade Runner has seen five major iterations, from a 1982 work print used for test screenings through a 2007 cut released to theaters as "The Final Cut."

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“Travis Bickle drives cabs all night. He can't sleep. But what he sees whilst cruising the NY city streets he finds so disgusting that it drives him to a climactic moment of violence, which some may deem equally disgusting.

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"A warm and silly fairy-tale, played with giddy delight by all concerned and directed with a rich vein of humour by Rob Reiner; a satire on fairy-tales and fairy-telling; and a sly attack on Hollywood’s tendency to ignore the simple beauty of storytelling. The Princess Bride is all these things, a film all about the telling of tales.

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A part of our Cult Cinema series  “On the surface, Amy Heckerling’s 90s spin on Jane Austen’s novel Emma appears to be merely another frothy coming-of-age flick.

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The movie that inspired THE DISASTER ARTIST. "To make a movie so bad it's good you need vision, drive, luck and obsessive vanity. Fortuitiously Tommy Wiseau appears to possess all of these qualities, combined with a total lack of acting talent." - The Guardian

“Tommy Wiseau’s The Room may be the first true successor to the Rocky Horror throne.  Wiseau's Johnny is the noblest of boyfriends and most capable of lovers. But none of that satisfies his fiancée Lisa, a wicked Jezebel whose boredom with Johnny manifests in a brazen affair with his best friend.

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