Time-hopping sci-fi tale soars—but how high?
Among the books often labeled unfilmable is David Mitchell’s 2004 sci-fi hexaptych Cloud Atlas. Somebody finally decided to wrestle that tiger, though, and the results are structurally (if not always emotionally) miraculous—a $100 million genre-hopping art house blockbuster in search of a sympathetic audience.
Louie’s Rock-N-Reels, Albuquerque’s longtime purveyor of awesome movie memorabilia, suffered a break-in late last month. Owner Louie Torres says several of his most prized items disappeared during the burglary. This is lousy news and not just because it takes money from the pockets of a hardworking local businessman. It also deprives Albuquerque’s movie fans of the opportunity to purchase their own piece of movie history.
The Fisher King (1991) at KiMo Theatre
Film follows the friendship between a radio DJ and a homeless man. Part of the Thanks for the Memories ... Remembering Robin Williams film series.
The 4th Annual Rocky Horror Anniversary Show at Guild Cinema
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