Friday April 29th, 9:30pm

Heat occupies an exalted position among the countless contemporary crime films.
-Variety
 
If there’s one thing Michael Mann knows how to do, it’s create tension.
-Washington Post
 
Michael Mann and a superlative cast have taken a classic heist movie rife with familiar genre elements and turned it into a sleek, accomplished piece of work, meticulously controlled and completely involving.
-Los   Angeles Times
 
Boosters and touts use the term ‘major movie’ so often that it’s more likely to generate yawns than excitement at this point. Back to basics. Heat is a major movie. With major stars. Doing major acting.
-Detroit News
 
For a film that deserves Oscars for photography, editing, sound and arguably scoring, Heat is packed with unforgettable subcharacters.
-USA Today
 
This is the first time De Niro and Pacino have acted together, and each gives a strong, watertight performance.
-San Francisco Chronicle
 
All this adds good weight and tension to the movie and provides a lot of very good actors with the opportunity to do honest, probing work in a context where, typically, less will do.
-TIME Magazine 
 
The cop/ crime stuff that makes up the bulk of the movie is well thought out and well directed.
-Film.com
 
Heat has an impressively strong script by Mann, and he backs it up with gorgeous filmmaking.
-Sacramento Bee
 
Michael Mann’s writing and direction elevate this material. It’s not just an action picture.
-Roger Ebert
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Sat 4/30 7pm - Wag the Dog - R (1997)  9pm - Meet the Parents - PG-13 (2000)
 

Friday April 29th, 9:30pm


Heat occupies an exalted position among the countless contemporary crime films.

-Variety

 

If there’s one thing Michael Mann knows how to do, it’s create tension.

-Washington Post

 

Michael Mann and a superlative cast have taken a classic heist movie rife with familiar genre elements and turned it into a sleek, accomplished piece of work, meticulously controlled and completely involving.

-Los Angeles Times

 

Boosters and touts use the term ‘major movie’ so often that it’s more likely to generate yawns than excitement at this point. Back to basics. Heat is a major movie. With major stars. Doing major acting.

-Detroit News

 

For a film that deserves Oscars for photography, editing, sound and arguably scoring, Heat is packed with unforgettable subcharacters.

-USA Today

 

This is the first time De Niro and Pacino have acted together, and each gives a strong, watertight performance.

-San Francisco Chronicle

 

All this adds good weight and tension to the movie and provides a lot of very good actors with the opportunity to do honest, probing work in a context where, typically, less will do.

-TIME Magazine

 

The cop/ crime stuff that makes up the bulk of the movie is well thought out and well directed.

-Film.com

 

Heat has an impressively strong script by Mann, and he backs it up with gorgeous filmmaking.

-Sacramento Bee

 

Michael Mann’s writing and direction elevate this material. It’s not just an action picture.

-Roger Ebert

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Sat 4/30
 
7pm - Wag the Dog - R (1997)  
9pm - Meet the Parents - PG-13 (2000)