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At the Movies
Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center. Screenings are Fridays through
Sunday in Scott Hall, Room 123, College Avenue campus, near the corner
of College Avenue and Hamilton Street. Thursday screenings are in
Loree Hall, Room 024, Douglass College campus, near the corner of
Nichol Avenue and George Street; with selected free events at Borders
Books, Route 18 South, East Brunswick. All programs begin at 7 p.m.;
admission $5 to $10. Call 732-932-8482.
1999 Oscar, preceded by Cannes and Golden Globe awards), set in Madrid
and Barcelona, about a woman who loses her only son and sets out on
a quest to find his wayward father. Subtitles; $5, Friday through
Sunday, April 21 to 23.
"Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome" from "The Magick
Cycle," starring Curtis Harrington and Anais Nin. Borders Books,
Wednesday, April 26, free.
director Andrei Tarkovsky about a journey through a government
"zone" where it is believed one can fulfill one’s innermost
desires. Subtitles; $5, Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29.
presented by Princeton University’s East Asian Studies Program, in
the James Stewart Film Theater, 185 Nassau Street. Free. 609-258-5722.
Akira Kurosawa’s 1970 feature and first film in color. The
beautiful work is set in a slum community and introduces a group of
marginal characters, all victims of cruelty, Monday, April 24.
at Kresge Auditorium, Princeton University. $5. 609-683-1101.
shared Cannes’ Best Actress award as two young women knocking about
Lille in search of work and human connection. Erick Zonka directs,
Wednesday, April 19. Happiness, Tod Solondz satirizes New
suburban wasteland combining a warped sitcom with a litany of kitsch
horrors. Cast includes Dylan Baker, Jon Lovitz and Lara Flynn-Boyle,
Wednesday, April 26.
Confirm titles with theaters.
Spacey star in Sam Mendes’ dark comedy about dysfunctional suburban
families. Winner of five Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
above, an intelligent screen version of Bret Easton Ellis’s thriller
about a yuppie serial killer, directed by Mary Harron, stars Christian
Bale. AMC, Destinta, Loews, Mercer, Regal.
Jr., Claudia Schiffer, and Ben Stiller all appear in this film by
director James Toback about privileged white kids exploring hip-hop
culture. AMC, Destinta, Loews, MarketFair, Regal.
for her gender-bending performance in the true story of a girl named
Teena posing as a boy named Brandon. Directed by Kimberly Pierce.
best supporting actor in his role as the doctor in the screen version
of John Irving’s bestseller. Directed by Lasse Hallstrom, it won
the Oscar for Best Screenplay Adaptation. AMC,
bent on revealing both her cleavage and the polluting sins of a
power company. AMC, Destinta, Garden, Loews, Mercer,
air crash survivor in peril. AMC, Destinta, Loews,
record store whose business is failing, and whose life stinks.
Loews, MarketFair, Regal.
this romantic comedy with Ben Stiller and Jen Elfman. AMC,
Loews, Mercer, Montgomery, Regal.
mission of second stringers, starring Gary Sinise and Tim Robbins,
sent to discover what destroyed the first Mars landers. AMC,
stars in a film version of Willie Morris’ book about a lonely young
boy who finds friendship in a Jack Russell terrier. AMC, Mercer,
shot at their dream of meeting their wrestling idol at a World
match. AMC, Destinta, Loews, Mercer, Regal.
(X-Files) and Minnie Driver (Good Will Hunting). AMC, Loews,
two men who stumble upon the legendary city of gold, with music by
Elton John, and voices by Kevin Kline, Kenneth Branaugh, and Armand
Assante. AMC, Destinta, Loews, MarketFair, Montgomery,
and African-American gangs in Oakland. AMC, Destinta, Loews,
trial for supposed war crimes and finds an advocate in a marine buddy
played by Tommy Lee Jones. AMC, Destinta, Garden, Loews,
man drawn into a secret society reminiscent of Yale’s. AMC,
Loews, MarketFair, Regal.
starring Sandra Bullock, directed by Betty Thomas. AMC, Destinta,
Loews Montgomery, Regal.
disabled bank robber and his money-hungry young nurse, played by Linda
Fiorentino. AMC, Destinta, Loews, Mercer, Regal.
AMC Hamilton 24 Theaters, 325 Sloan Avenue, I-295 Exit
65A, 609-890-8307. 24-screen, stadium-seating multiplex. $7 adults;
$5 matinees; $5 twilight.
Destinta, Independence Plaza, 2465 South Broad Street,
Hamilton, 609-888-4500. Stadium-seating 12-screen multiplex. $6.75
adults; $5 matinees.
East Windsor Cinemas, Routes 130 and 571, 609-443-9295.
$3 adults; $2.50 matinees. Features Indian language films.
Garden Theater, 160 Nassau Street, 609-683-7595. $6.50
adults; $4 matinees.
Loews Theaters, Route 1 South, New Brunswick,
Stadium-seating multiplex. $8.50 adults; $5.25 matinees.
MarketFair-UA, Route 1 South, 609-520-8700. $7.50
adults; $4.75 matinees.
Mercer Mall General Cinemas, Route 1, 609-452-2868.
$7.25 adults; $4.75 matinees.
Montgomery Center Theater, Routes 206 and 518,
Rocky Hill, 609-924-7444. $7 adults; $4.25 matinees.
Regal Cinemas Town Center Plaza, 319 Route 130 North,
East Windsor, 609-371-8473. Stadium-seating, 15 screens. $8 adults;
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