First Cinema 21 had a series featuring a slew of Hitchcock classics on 35mm, then they had Kubrick fest featuring 2001, Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, and Strangelove, and now, starting on Christmas, they've got three Wes Anderson movies on 35mm: Rushmore, Tenenbaums, and the phenomenally great Bottle Rocket. (In some amazing alternate universe, Anderson went on to make more movies like Bottle Rocket, and I want to see those movies.)
AND. From December 21-23, they're showing 1966's Django, the film that inspired Tarantino to make Django Unchained (which—I can say this because I have seen it and chances are good that you have not—is one of the best movies of the year).
In conclusion, go to Cinema 21.
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