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Being John Malkovich

Being John Malkovich

“Have you ever had two people look at you, with complete lust and devotion, through the same pair of eyes?”

Join us on the 7 1/2 floor of The Rio Theatre for director Spike Jonze’s brilliantly insane and insanely brilliantly work of magic-realism, BEING JOHN MALKOVICH (which will be screening as part of a double-bill featuring Charlie Kaufman’s latest masterful work of puppet-inspired cinema, ANOMALISA, at 7:00 pm).

This breathtakingly unique and wildly-imagined cult-favorite follows mildly neurotic puppeteer Craig Schwartz (John Cusack), who reluctantly takes a temp job at a strange office only to discover a bizarre portal leading directly… Into the mind of actor John Malkovich. Featuring crazed monkey flashbacks, Cameron Diaz, one of the strangest three-ways ever put on film, Charlie Sheen, puppets, Catherine Keerner, the New Jersey turnpike, and, of course – MALKOVICH!

“The crazy-ass imagination at work in BEING JOHN MALKOVICH hits you like a blast of pure oxygen. Unblemished by solemnity, intellectual pretensions or elephant dung, this movie of constant astonishments will make you laugh hard and long.” (Rolling Stone)

Monday, March 14
Movie 9:00pm

Single film ticket = $10 advance | $12 at the door
Why not make it a double bill? Catch Charlie Kaufman’s latest ANOMALISA at 7:00, and see both for a single, sweet price.
Double bill tickets = $15 advance | $18 at the door

Advanced tickets available by clicking HERE

**Minors OK in balcony! Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service.
**Groupons and passes OK for any single film only. Please redeem at the door.

BEING JOHN MALKOVICH (Spike Jonze, 1999 / 112 mins / 14A) | A puppeteer discovers a portal that leads literally into the head of the acclaimed actor John Malkovich.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Matthew Broderick stars in one of John Hughes‘ hands-down best, FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF. A cinematic touchstone for 80s kids (and pretty much every kid who’s come after), the film is as fresh and funny today… Continue Reading