Terry Gilliam’s groundbreaking science fiction satire BRAZIL, a dark comedy with jaw-dropping, retro-futuristic design, is paired with his fantasy film THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN, terrific for children and adults alike!
Graham Chapman has the titular role as Jesus' next-door neighbor in LIFE OF BRIAN, one of the most hilariously dangerous comedies ever. It's followed by Cannes Grand Prix winner MONTY PYTHON’S THE MEANING OF LIFE.
In director Michelangelo Antonioni’s first color film, Monica Vitti stars as Giuliana, a wife and mother living near a petrochemical plant in northern Italy. Though Giuliana feels profoundly alienated, the attentions of her husband’s business associate (Richard Harris) do little to relieve her loneliness.
Alec Guinness' multiple roles as British aristocrats of various ages and genders earned a National Board of Review Best Actor award in one of the first and best of the legendary Ealing Studios comedies, KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS. Then, see Guinness as a bank clerk plotting to steal a fortune in gold bullion in THE LAVENDER HILL MOB, which earned him his first Best Actor Oscar nomination.
Arguably director Steven Spielberg’s most popular film, it follows several children (including Henry Thomas and a very young Drew Barrymore) who shelter and try to help a stranded alien back home to the stars. Magical and enchanting. With Dee Wallace Stone and Peter Coyote.