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Cinespia: Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion

Ticketed – Cinespia continues their 2017 season, sponsored by Amazon Studios, with a special screening of fan favorite, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, to be held at the historic Palace Theatre in Downtown LA on Saturday, March 25.

Cinespia: “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”

Invite Only – the 1960s classic film “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” on Saturday, March 4th at the historic Los Angeles Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles in celebration of Ryan Murphy’s new FX Series FEUD: Bette and Joan, premiering on Sunday, March 5th at 10PM.

Cinespia: “Lost in Translations”

Ticketed – An odd couple that finds fleeting joy in a far off land, Lost in Translation brims with melancholy, beauty and elation, and is one of the best films of the 21st century. Winner of the Academy Award. Bring your oddball for a night in a beautiful rococo theatre, with cocktails, DJ Allie Tielz, a karaoke bar, free photobooth and Sofia’s masterpiece on the big screen.

The Shining + Holiday Party

Ticketed – Come play with us amongst the ballrooms, balconies and fountains of L.A.’s most spectacular movie palace as we recreate the Overlook Hotel for our annual holiday party. Explore all three floors of this opulent theatre with it’s crystal chandeliers, eerie children’s play room, mirrored powder room, wood paneled study and cavernous auditorium, then watch Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece on the big screen with thousands of fans. With full bars

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Little Miss Sunshine 10 Year Reunion

Ticketed – A gentle family satire and a classic American road movie, Little Miss Sunshine was a smash hit in 2006. Join the cast and crew as they reunite and celebrate the 10th anniversary of this beautiful movie. Directors Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris with members of the cast and crew will be in person as they tell the story of this extraordinary, small film that grew to be the

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Cinespia: Addams Family Values

Ticketed – The follow up to the smash hit, Addams Family Values is a darkly comic, crazy fun ride. A baby is added into the mix, Wednesday goes to summer camp, and a gold digger tries to seduce the incredibly strange Uncle Fester. Hilarious comedy from masters Raul Julia, Anjelica Huston and Christopher Lloyd, with a brilliant turn by Joan Cusack as the opportunist. Nothing, however, can beat Christina Ricci

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Sabrina

Ticketed– Audrey Hepburn stars as the elfin Sabrina, the innocent and beautiful daughter of a chauffeur in a Long Island mansion. When the playboy son of the manor chases her, it’s a dream come true, but sometimes the right man is right under your nose. Hilarious, romantic and touching comedy from the director of Some Like It Hot. The chic mansion parties on summer nights, the elegant glamour of 50s

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The Muppet Movie

Ticketed– The magic of Jim Henson springs to life in the beloved comedy. Kermit the Frog travels from a swamp in the south all the way to Hollywood as he dreams big with a few friends. Raucous, hilarious fun with some of comedy’s greatest, Mel Brooks, Steve Martin, Madeline Kahn, Richard Pryor and so many others. Miss Piggy, Gonzo, the Electric Mayhem Band and some of our other best friends

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Kill Bill Volumes 1 + 2

Ticketed– Tarantino’s action epic shown in it’s entirety. The director’s fourth film burns up the screen and has become a cult classic. Uma Thurman gets her revenge in this sprawling thrill ride with samurai choreography, high flying kung fu stunts and rocking 60s music. Also starring Daryl Hannah, Lucy Liu, Viveca Fox and Sonny Chiba. Join us for the whole bloody affair, there’s nothing quite like it.

The Sandlot

Ticketed– Summer fun returns with this nostalgic look back at happy childhood days. The new kid in the neighborhood is taken under the wing of a baseball prodigy in this coming of age tale. Their adventures with the prettiest girl in town, and the meanest dog around, will leave you laughing and cheering this 90s classic about the summer you never forget.