Category Archives: Movies

Brad Pitt Is Still Hot

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If you think Brad Pitt has lost it since he became the less important part of Brangelina, check out the new Details. The photos by Steven Klein (Brad’s frequent fashion photo collaborator) are fantastic and will remind you why we loved him to begin with.

Details

Jane Wyman, 1914-2007

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Jane Wyman, star of Johnny Belinda, Magnificent Obsession, All That Heaven Allows, The Lost Weekend and TV’s Falcon Crest, died this morning at age 93. In addition to her numerous acting credits, she was the first wife of Ronald Reagan and mother of Maureen Reagan.

CNN

Mannequin On the Big Screen!

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Chelsea Cinema on 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue continues their summer retro film festival tonight with Mannequin, the story of a young window display artist who falls in love with a mannequin come to life. The most bizarre part of the movie is that its about a heterosexual window dresser. Filmed at the historic Wannamaker’s department store in Philadelphia.

Flashdance On the Big Screen!

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Chelsea Cinema on 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue continues their summer retro film festival tonight with Flashdance, the story of a female welder who aspires to be a dancer. Watch the audition scene at the end carefully and see if you can see the male stand-in dancer’s moustache!

8/9 The Breakfast Club On the Big Screen!

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Chelsea Cinema on 23rd Street and Eighth Avenue continues their summer retro film festival tonight with The Breakfast Club, the story of a bunch of high school kids from different backgrounds spending a detention Saturday together and getting to know each other. I know, sounds totally yawnsville, but its an important piece of film. Trust us.

8/6: Bus Stop On the Big Screen

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The Bryant Park Summer Film Festival continues tonight at sunset with a screening of Bus Stop (1956).

The film tells the story of a naieve rodeo cowboy (Don Murray) who falls in love with a damaged cafe singer (Marilyn Monroe). One of Monroe’s best films!

Free to the public, get there way early. No chairs or plastic sheets, please.

Monday, August 8th
starts at sunset

Bryant Park
Sixth Avenue @ 40th St

7/23: The Sting On the Big Screen

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The Bryant Park Summer Film Festival continues tonight at sunset with a screening of The Sting (1973). Too bad its pouring rain right now, but then maybe you’ll get a great seat.

The film tells the story of con man Johnny Hooker (a young and gorgeous Robert Redford) and his attempt to con millions from the man he holds responsible for his partner’s death. Also stars Paul Newman and Eileen Brennan, all in fabulous 1930’s costumes.

Free to the public, get there way early. No chairs or plastic sheets, please.

Monday, July 23rd
starts at sunset

Bryant Park
Sixth Avenue @ 40th St