NERDLAND
2016, Titmouse Studio, 83 min, Dir: Chris Prynoski

Titmouse Animation mastermind Chris Prynoski moves seamlessly from the small screen to the very big with this depraved and hilarious feature debut. Written by Andrew Kevin Walker (SEVEN), NERDLAND follows two hapless roommates, aspiring actor John (Paul Rudd) and would-be screenwriter Elliot (Patton Oswalt), in their quest to get their names in Hollywood lights. Of course nothing goes according to plan, as a litany of comedic talents, including Hannibal Burress, Kate Micucci, Riki Lindhome, Mike Judge and Molly Shannon, twists the blade on our hopelessly lost leads and the city itself. “Revels in the foulness of 21st-century pop culture.” - Nick Schager, Variety


SE7EN
1995, Warner Bros., 127 min, USA, Dir: David Fincher

Morgan Freeman is a big-city homicide cop days from retiring when he’s assigned to a gruesome case that’s just one in what will turn out to be a string of murders. Saddled with a wet-behind-the-ears rookie detective partner (Brad Pitt), Freeman finds himself descending farther down into the urban inferno than he has gone in his entire career. Co-starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey.


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