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Monty Python and the Holy Grail
(1975)
Summer Classics.
@Tinseltown North, Hill Country
Galleria, 2, 7. (See Sunday.)
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Northville Cemetery Massacre
(1976)
D: William Dear; with David Hyry, Craig Collicut,
Carson Jackson. (R, 83 min.)
Weird Wednesday.
It’s corrupt cops vs. bikers in this
Wild Bunch
on
wheels. Director Dear will be onhand for a post-film
Q&A. @Alamo Ritz, 9:45pm.
Pompeii
(2014)
@Barton Creek Square, 9:30pm.
(See Monday.)
The Princess Bride
Quote-Along
(1987)
Action Pack.
@Alamo Lakeline, 7pm; Alamo
Slaughter Lane, 7:15pm. (See Thursday, 7/24.)
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Roger & Me
(1989)
1989: 25 Years Later.
@Paramount, 7pm. (See Tuesday.)
Twin Peaks
Pilot
(1990)
D: David Lynch; with Kyle
MacLachlan, Michael Ontkean, Sheryl Lee. (NR, 94
min.)
The Complete David Lynch.
It is happening
again. @Alamo Ritz, 7pm.
J
Wild at Heart
(1990)
The Complete David
Lynch.
@Alamo Ritz, 3:45pm. (See Monday.)
SPACES
Curtis Harrington Shorts
AFS: Avant Cinema.
Six shorts from Curtis Harrington, widely regarded
as one of the important avant-garde directors of the
Forties, as well as an early influential figure in what
would come to be known as New Queer Cinema, are
screened. @Austin Studios Screening Room, 7:30pm.
The Goonies
(1985)
D: Richard Donner; with Sean
Astin, Josh Brolin, Corey Feldman, Martha Plimpton.
(PG, 114 min.)
101X Summer Cinema Series.
Never
say die! (*) @Central Market North, 8:30pm.
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The Pink Panther
(1963)
D: Blake Edwards;
with Peter Sellers, David Niven, Robert Wagner,
Capucine. (NR, 113 min.)
Sound & Cinema.
Henry
Mancini’s indelible theme song gets the local treat-
ment as the Jeff Lofton Quartet performs before
Edward’s and Seller’s comic classic. (*)
@Long Center for the Performing Arts, 7pm.
Thursday 31
Back to the Future: Part II
(1989)
D: Robert
Zemeckis; with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea
Thompson. (PG, 108 min.)
1989: 25 Years Later.
Where they went, they didn’t need roads. (Double
bill:
Road House
.) @Paramount, 7pm.
Clue
Quote-Along
(1985)
D: Jonathan Lynn;
with Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn,
Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull,
Lesley Ann Warren, Colleen Camp. (PG, 87 min.)
Action Pack.
@Alamo Ritz, 8pm.
Crumb
(1994)
D: Terry Zwigoff; with Robert Crumb,
Aline Kominksy. (R, 119 min.)
Two Thumbs Up:
Ebert’s Picks.
A staggeringly intimate look at
the life of the famed cartoonist and his family.
(Double bill:
Dark City
.) (*) @Stateside at the
Paramount, 7:15pm.
J
Dark City
(1998)
See p.60.
Life Itself
(2014)
@Alamo Lakeline, 3:10pm.
(See Saturday.)
J
Liv & Ingmar
(2012)
D: Dheeraj Akolkar. (NR,
89 min.)
AFS Essential Cinema: Liv & Ingmar.
A
study of the fruitful, tormented relationship of the
actress Liv Ullman with director Ingmar Bergman.
@Marchesa Hall & Theatre, 7:30pm.
J
Road House
(1989)
D: Rowdy Herrington; with
Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch, Sam Elliott, Ben Gazzara.
(R, 114 min.)
1989: 25 Years Later.
The ne plus
ultra of Eighties action movies. (Double bill:
Back to
the Future: Part II
.) @Paramount, 9:10pm.
Ultimate Nineties Party
Action Pack.
@Alamo Ritz, 10:50pm. (See Friday.)
J
Wild at Heart
(1990)
The Complete David
Lynch.
@Alamo Ritz, 4pm. (See Monday.)
iMaX
See ShowTImeS for ScheduLe
D-Day: Normandy 1944
(2014)
D: Pascal Vuong;
narrated by Tom Brokaw. (NR, 40 min.)
Tom Brokaw
narrates this film about the largest Allied operation
of World War II.
Texas: The Big Picture
(2003)
D: Scott Swofford;
narrated by Colby Donaldson. (NR, 39 min.)
Texas is
shown to be a land broad enough to produce every-
thing from grapefruit to microchips.
Titans of the Ice Age
(2013)
D: David Clark;
narrated by Christopher Plummer. (NR, 45 min.)
Computer-generated imagery brings to life this mys-
terious era of the Ice Age.
Under the Sea 3D
(2009)
D: Howard Hall. (NR, 40
min.)
The impact of global warming is examined in
the waters of Southern Australia, New Guinea, and
elsewhere in the Indo-Pacific region.
oFFscreen
Other Worlds Austin Film Fest Call For
Entries
Science fiction comes in all shapes and
sizes – horror, drama, comedy, shorts, and full-
length films. Other World Austin will bring the best
of all that is sci-fi to Austin, and they want you to
submit your film! To do so, visit
www.otherworlds
austin.com
for form and guidlines.
Fridays, Mondays,
Saturdays, Sundays, Thursdays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays.
AN EMOTIONAL
POWERHOUSE.
A GENUINELY
GREAT MOVIE!
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STARTS fRIDAY, JULY 25 IN THEATERS EVERYWHERE
Check Local Listings for Theater Locations & Showtimes
COMING TO The PARAMOUNT
FUNNY GIRL
ThU (7/24) 7:00
The WAY We WeRe
ThU (7/24) 9:55
IRON ANd WINe PReseNTs
GeORGe WAshINGTON
FRI (7/25) 7:00
PAReNThOOd
sUN (7/27) 2:00; MON 9:10
FIeLd OF dReAMs
sUN (7/27) 4:25; MON 7:00
dO The RIGhT ThING
TUe (7/29) 7:00; Wed 8:50
ROGeR ANd Me
TUe (7/29) 9:20; Wed 7:00
BACK TO The FUTURe PART II ThU (7/31) 7:00; FRI 9:15
ROAd hOUse
ThU (7/31) 9:10; FRI 7:00
CAsABLANCA
sAT (8/2) 7:00; sUN 4:15
The PhILAdeLPhIA sTORY
sAT (8/2) 9:00; sUN 2:00
COMING TO STATESIDE
CRUMB
THU (7/31) 7:15; FRI 9:15
DARK CITY
THU (7/31) 9:35; FRI 7:15
REBECCA
TUE (8/12) 7:15; WED 9:15
NOTORIOUS
TUE (8/12) 9:45; WED 7:15
IRON & WINE
Presents:
George Washington
Friday, July 25th
Then performs his annual
Midwives Benefit Concert
Saturday, July 26th
This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin
through the Economic Development Department/Cultural Arts
Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in
Austin’s future. Visit Austin at NowPlayingAustin.com.
This project is funded and supported in part
by a grant from the Texas Commission on the
Arts, and is supported in part by an award
from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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