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Leon: The Professional

Leon: The Professional

Join us on Thursday, July 20 for a double double bill bill featuring two (two!) phenomenal titles from director Luc Besson and two (two!) memorable performances from Gary OldmanLEON: THE PROFESSIONAL at 6:30 pm followed by THE FIFTH ELEMENT at 9:00 pm.

Doors 6:00 pm | Movie 6:30 pm

Single film tickets $10 advance HERE | $12 at the door

See both LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL and THE FIFTH ELEMENT for $13 advance HERE | $15 at the door

Movie 9:00 pm

Single film tickets $10 advance HERE | $12 at the door

*Minors OK in the balcony! (Please note these films are rated 18A.) Must be 19+ w/ID for bar service and main floor seating.
**Groupons and passes OK for any single film! Please redeem at the door.

LEON: THE PROFESSIONAL (Luc Besson, 1994 / 110 mins / 18A) Mathilda is only 12 years old, but is already familiar with the dark side of life: her abusive father stores drugs for corrupt police officers, and her mother neglects her. Léon, who lives down the hall, tends to his houseplants and works as a hired hitman for mobster Tony. When her family is murdered by crooked DEA agent Stansfield, Mathilda joins forces with a reluctant Léon to learn his deadly trade and avenge her family’s deaths. Starring Jean Reno, Natalie Portman, Gary Oldman and Danny Aiello.

Oozing style, wit and confidence from every sprocket, and offering a dizzyingly, fresh perspective on the Big Apple that only Luc Besson could bring, this is, in a word, wonderful.” (Empire Magazine)

“Leave it to French writer-director Luc Besson to put a kinky twist on Orphan Annie and Daddy Warbucks.” (Rolling Stone)

THE FIFTH ELEMENT (Luc Besson, 1997 / 127 mins / 18A) In the 23rd century, a New York City cabbie, Korben Dallas, finds the fate of the world in his hands when Leeloo falls into his cab. As the embodiment of the fifth element, Leeloo needs to combine with the other four to keep the approaching Great Evil from destroying the world. Together with Father Vito Cornelius, and zany broadcaster Ruby Rhod, Dallas must race against time and the wicked industrialist Zorg to save humanity. Starring Milla Jovovovich, Bruce Willis, Chris Tucker, Ian Holm, and Gary Oldman.

A movie like no other-genre defying stuff.” (Empire Magazine)

“Visually inventive and gleefully over the top, Luc Besson‘s THE FIFTH ELEMENT is a fantastic piece of pop sci-fi that never takes itself too seriously.” (Rotten Tomatoes)

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors

“Feed me, Seymour. Feed me all night long.” Based on Alan Menken and Howard Ashman‘s 1982 off-Broadway musical, director Frank Oz‘s Little Shop of Horrors takes its own fleshy bite out of Roger Corman‘s original B-movie (1960’s The Little Shop of Horrors, which featured a very young Jack Nicholson) and waters it down with a… Continue Reading