Remember the 90s? You can tonight at 92YTribeca with the 20th Anniversary screening of CB4 followed by a Q&A with director Tamra Davis, screenwriter/producer Nelson George, producer Sean Daniel, and a SPECIAL SURPRISE GUEST, moderated by writer Touré.
“I tried with Phish. I bought everything and listened to it multiple times…but I found it very, very difficult.”
Danny Boyle (director of Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours and his latest, Trance) speaks his mind last night at 92YTribeca. But he does like The Clash.
Stephen Tobolowsky (you may know him as Ned Ryerson from Groundhog Day or a million other movies) is coming to 92YTribeca on Saturday night to present his recent book, The Dangerous Animals Club, and tell stories of love, loss, near-death experiences and the entertainment industry.
And if you need your Groundhog Day fix, he’s introducing a special 20th anniversary screening of the film after his talk.
“Nice car, Mrs. LaRusso!”
Of all the Karate Kid lines, can you believe Ralph Macchio still hears this one from adoring fans? Watch his 45-minute Q&A with Slate’s Culture Editor John Swanburg that followed a special screening at 92YTribeca last summer.
party girl. watch it!
Tickets for 92YTribeca’s screening of Party Girl with Parker Posey in person for a Q&A went faster than the time it takes her to berate this guy in the library. BUT, we’ve added a second screening and Parker will stick around to introduce it. Maybe if you ask nicely she’ll yell at you.
I have maybe five songs that are instantly rebloggable. This is one of them.
I also am of the belief that every person has one unique gift among mankind. Mine is having an uncanny ability to recall songs from a movie .
This song, Lonely Boy? It was featured in Boogie Nights, one of my very favorite movies. The scene in question is heartbreaking in every single frame, and it is all scored to this song.
Andrew Gold — Lonely Boy - 1977
Is anyone else dressing up as Alan Rickman in Bob Roberts for Halloween?
See the 20th anniversary screening of Tim Robbins’s mock-doc political satire at 92YTribeca on Nov 9 followed by a post-election panel discussion including Ken Layne (Wonkette), David Freedlander (The Daily Beast), Alex Pareene (Salon), Andrea Seabrook (Decode DC), Elinor Lipman (Tweet Land of Liberty: Irreverent Rhymes from the Political Circus) and Larry Wilmore (The Daily Show).
Come see the movie that The New York Times described as: ”At 7 p.m., 92YTriBeCa, 200 Hudson Street, at Canal Street… $12.”
Old Enough To Be President: Connor Ratliff’s 35-Year Journey To The White House is approximately 45 minutes long, and look who is in it:
Will Hines • Noah Forman • Langan Kingsley • Kevin Hines • Nicole Drespel • Random Orlando • Scott Holmes • And Others!
The screening will be followed by a historic campaign Q&A with the candidate and numerous members of his staff, moderated by Chris Gethard.
If you attend only one Presidential campaign movie screening/Q&A with the candidate this year, it will have to be this one. The only other one I know about is that batshit anti-Obama movie and there’s just no way they’re going to have a screening where Barack shows up. So please come to this one instead.