The Other Guys: Dwayne Johnson and Samuel L Jackson are the toughest cops in the precinct.Ferrell and Wahlberg are the less effective pairing of the title.Starring: Elliott Gould, Nina van Pallandt, Sterling Hayden | Directed By: Robert Altman 112min., Rated R A housewife (Valerie Harper) flees from a policeman's killer (Richard Romanus) on the road between Phoenix and Denver.Starring: Valerie Harper, Richard Romanus, Nicholas Pryor | Directed By: E. Swackhamer 78min., Rated NR A young man (Jude Law) feels fated to marry a woman (Gretchen Mol) who is indifferent to him and betrothed to another.Can they unravel a conspiracy orchestrated by a millionaire property developer (Steve Coogan)?
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SFSFF is thrilled to continue presenting indelible live cinema events at San Francisco’s glorious silent-era movie palace, the Castro Theatre. Tickets and more information here: GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER In their last glorious teaming, Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy are old-line liberals who have raised their daughter as such but still aren’t prepared for the shock when she returns home from vacation with a new African-American fiancé.
This year brings many restorations including three titles SFSFF had a hand in—Silence with Cinémathèque Française, The Three Musketeers with Mo MA, and a fragment of the lost Wallace Beery, Louise Brooks film Now We’re in the Air with the Czech National Archive! As directed by Stanley Kramer, Tracy’s closing monologue was the last scene he ever played and Hepburn won the Oscar. (1967, 108 min, 35mm) GET OUT A young African-American man (Daniel Kaluuya) heads upstate to finally meet his white girlfriend's parents, and his discomfort gives way to absolute terror as he finds himself in the grip of a nightmare he can not escape.
That goes without saying and stop calling me “Shirley”. Can an experienced black dog trainer (Paul Winfield) re-educate the animal?
Winter’s Bone (Dir Debra Granik, 2010) When Granik’s searing Ozark thriller – concerning a girl searching for her father – first emerged, more than a few critics suggested that its unknown lead actor might hang around for a while.