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Director: Ridley Scott



“No Good without Evil.
No Love Without Hate.
No Innocence without Lust.
I am Darkness.”


In 1985, director Ridley Scott‘s went deep into the world of phantasmagoric cinematic sci-fi fantasy with Legend, a bleak yet beautiful adventure film that has since emerged as a true cult-classic for Children of the 80s (and anyone who loves their sci-fi fantasy with a healthy dose of romance, elves, unicorns, a touch of Jim Henson and a synth-tastic soundtrack featuring Tangerine Dream, Bryan Ferry, and Jon Anderson). Tom Cruise (and a pair of prosthetic ears) stars as Jack, a peasant hero who enters into a battle with the demonic underworld prince (Tim Curry) who seeks to plunge the world into an ice age. When the evil Lord of Darkness captures a fair maiden (Mia Sara), Jack rallies an army of elves to save her and defeat this diabolical foe once and for all.

Movie 9:15 pm
Single movie tickets for Legend $10 advance HERE | $12 at the door

Why not make it a double feature with The Secret of NIMH at 7:15 pm?!

The Secret of NIMH
Doors 6:45 pm | Movie 7:15 pm

Tickets to The Secret of NIMH $10 advanceHERE | $12 at the door
Tickets for the DOUBLE FEATURE $13 advanceHERE  | $15 at the door

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

THE SECRET OF NIMH (Don Bluth, 1982 / 82 mins / PG) A widowed field mouse must move her family — including an ailing son — to escape a farmer’s plow. Aided by a crow and a pack of super-intelligent lab rat escapees, the brave mother struggles to transplant her home to firmer ground.

LEGEND (Ridley Scott, 1985 / 89 mins / PG) A young man must stop the Lord of Darkness from both destroying daylight and marrying the woman he loves.



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Blade Runner: The Final Cut

Blade Runner: The Final Cut

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