We’ve now seen The Dark Knight Rises, and have a lot to say about it as we deliver this week our longest review yet for the end of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Does it live up to the hype? We fill out the rest of the show with two more reviews of films that are much smaller, but no less deserving of your filmgoing attention. They are Beyond the Black Rainbow and Beasts of the Southern Wild. Joe and Erik try to make the case that they demand the big screen treatment despite their low budgets.
Over at the Northwest Film Center, we’re gearing up for Top Down, our outdoor rooftop movie series. It starts next Thursday July 26 with a screening of Preston Sturges’ The Palm Beach Story. We’re nearing the last six days of a kickstarter campaign for a new, larger screen, and could use your help. Any donation amount will help us reach our goal so we can bring Film Center’s devoted audience the best possible experience. Follow this link to the kickstarter campaign to donate, if you wish. As a non profit, this kind of support makes what we do possible. Thanks.
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